Tag Archives: RIO

Fishing The Hang, by Phil Rowley

Just about every stillwater fly fisher has experienced a vicious swirl, felt a solid tug or seen the flash of fish as it attempts to pounce on your fly just as you raise the rod to cast at the end … Continue reading

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Bolivia Gold, by Cathy Beck

The Tsamine Indian family stares at us as we float by in our dugout canoe on Bolivia’s Secure River. It’s not a threatening stare by any means but I wonder what they make of all of this, a white blond … Continue reading

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Fishing a Trico Spinner Fall, by John Barr

Throughout the country on many rivers Trico spinner falls offer some of the most consistent and predictable dry fly fishing we have. Many rivers will start seeing Trico activity almost daily starting in mid-summer and continuing into the fall. Trico … Continue reading

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RIO Rakes in the Awards

RIO Products, manufacturer of fly lines, leaders and tippet material, won three prestigious awards during 2012: the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) award for most world records in the fly tippet category in 2011, the European Fishing Tackle Trade Exhibition … Continue reading

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Summer Stillwater, By Brian Chan

Contrary to popular belief there is a lot of great lake fishing to be had after the spring to early summer chironomid or midge fishing subsides. Damselfly and caddis fly emergences, although much shorter in duration, offer some great nymphal, … Continue reading

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Fly Fishing Lagoons, By Jon Cave

“The Lagoons” is what people call the greater Indian River Lagoon (IRL) system on Florida’s east central coast and includes the interconnected estuaries of Mosquito Lagoon, Banana River, and Indian River. While fly-fishing is excellent throughout much of the IRL, … Continue reading

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