In this episode of RIO's "How To Fly Fish" series, RIO brand manager Simon Gawesworth talks about fishing intermediate lines in a lake. The intermediate line should be the second line density every lake angler should buy (after a floating line), but few anglers know how to fish them, or the nuances behind using them.
Simon explains what an intermediate line is, talks about when to use a clear versus a "camo" intermediate line, as well as discussing the sink rate that makes the line an "intermediate". In this video, packed with tips for the lake angler, Simon also shows how to fish the "washing line" and the "hang", and runs through a couple of excellent tips that, if you are new to fishing intermediate lines, will really help your day.
Clearly explained in Simon's easy-going, simple-to-understand style, this is an excellent film for anyone who fly fishes in lakes - packed with great information and tips.
RIO's "How To Fly Fish" videos are a series of short films that explain all you need to know to learn a particular way to fish or cast. Where applicable, each film talks through the gear that you need, shows how to rig the gear, how to read the water, and how to fish that particular technique. These educational films are packed with information and top tips designed to improve the knowledge and skill level of all fly fishers. Each one is bought to you by a RIO employee or a RIO brand ambassador.