Tag Archives: Fly Fishing

Saltwater Fly Fishing Tips & Tricks, By Cathy Beck

In over 25 years of hosting trips for Frontiers, Barry and I have seen it all. For our clients, having us along gives them assurance that in most instances we can help. We’ll tie on their shock tippet, suggest flies, … Continue reading

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CEO Travis Campbell on Bristol Bay

As a fly fishing company we are a natural resource dependent business and, as such, it is in our best interest to help foster healthy fisheries, clean water, and abundant access. Simply stated, no fish, no fishing, no us. The … Continue reading

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Rooster Fishing, By Capt. Brian Horsley | RIO

Every angler has been told “You should have been here last week.” Who are those guys who were there last week? This spring in Baja we were those guys. We walked into a week of red hot rooster fishing. Everyone … Continue reading

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10 Tips for the Beginner Fisherman, By John Barr | RIO

1. Do not worry about making long casts. Long casts are advantageous in certain situations but if you can make quality, accurate casts of 30 feet or less you will catch a lot of fish. The shorter the cast the … Continue reading

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RIO Products Introduces Two New Fly Line Technologies

July 2, 2012 (Idaho Falls, Idaho) – [Video Below] RIO Products, manufacturer of fly lines, leaders and tippet material, is excited to announce the addition of two new sophisticated and radically advanced proprietary technologies. These technologies, called MaxFloat and MaxCast, … Continue reading

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Fishing Both Coasts, By Nick Curcione

I am not overstating the case when I say have a passion for fly-fishing. It has literally has dominated my life to the extent that I’ve made major career decisions based in large part on the opportunities I would have … Continue reading

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