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Swingin’ for Kings, by Jason Hartwick

Swingin’ for Kings: The Idiots gear guide for Spey fishing for Chinook Salmon The mighty Chinook salmon or “King” as many refer to them, might be one of the most prized anadromous fish an angler can hook in fresh water. … Continue reading

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RIO Unveils Fly Line Selector App

RIO Products Unveils Its Fly Line Selector App Idaho Falls, Idaho (August 1, 2014) – RIO Products makes the connection to fish come easier for anglers whether it’s through its lines, leaders and tippet or through education on the consumer … Continue reading

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Dialing in the RIO Scandi, by Topher Browne

The RIO Scandi is a new offering from RIO Products for 2014. Though new, the RIO Scandi is really an amalgam of two old friends: the RIO AFS and the RIO Steelhead Scandi. The RIO Scandi adds the new ConnectCore … Continue reading

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New RIO Shooting Heads

Idaho Falls, Idaho (June 2, 2014 ) – RIO Products, industry-leading manufacturer of fly lines, leaders and tippet material, introduces saltwater anglers to a full range of floating, intermediate and sinking shooting heads in its cold, saltwater fly line series.

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New Scandi Lines from RIO

RIO Products Expands Offerings in the Scandi Line Category March 3, 2013 (Idaho Falls, Idaho) – RIO Products, industry-leading manufacturer of fly lines, leaders and tippet material, continues to expand its offerings in its spey line category with the addition … Continue reading

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Winter Steelhead in the Great Lakes, by Pete Humphreys

Winter steel in the Great Lakes. As the magic of fall approaches – my favorite season, the summer days melt away like the snowfall in spring, it marks the changing from the summer swelter to cool crisp autumn. As the … Continue reading

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