Tag Archives: RIO in Action

The Perfect Match, By Lani Waller

Forget science, if you can. And sometimes you can even forget the line recommendation on the rod – if you want to. What matters most in matching a rod and line are you, your style of fishing and casting and … 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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Sight Fishing for Tarpon in Low Light – By Diana Rudolph

As the sun fought its way up through the low cloudbank clinging to the horizon, the wind diminished. The morning oozed tarpon. Hot, muggy and still. To the west a flash of lightning lit up the sky momentarily and a … Continue reading

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Atlantic Salmon, Gaspe Penninsula, Quebec

Atlantic Salmon in the beautiful Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec is an amazing trip. Here’s Simon’s recount of his experiences.

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Cutthroat & Browns, Lower South Fork Snake River

One of the best things about living in Idaho Falls, Idaho is the access to perfect blue ribbon trout fisheries. Annualy, Sales manager takes a camping trip on the Snake River. Here’s his summary…

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