RIO Products has announced the release of a new full range of floating, intermediate and sinking shooting heads in its saltwater fly line series. Based on the popular OutBound Short series, the OutBound Short Shooting Heads offer a powerful front taper to … more
Latest Fly Lines News
Andy Leister of Vail Valley Anglers explains the technology behind the new Sharkwave Fly Line from Scientific Anglers and demonstrates its benefits out on the water.
RIO Products has announced the release of a new line series, the Indicator II, which is designed specifically for the ultimate sensitivity in fly control and line mending when fishing heavy indicator rigs. Read more in the press release below.
RIO Products has announced the addition of two lines to their InTouch lake series: the InTouch CamoLux, a full intermediate sinking line, and the InTouch Midge Tip Long, a floating line with a six-foot intermediate tip, both designed with RIO’s revolutionary … more
RIO Products has announced two additions to its spey line category: the RIO Scandi and Scandi VersiTip. Both lines utilize RIO’s ultra-low stretch ConnectCore technology for increased control and sensitivity when casting. Read more in the press release below.
RIO Products has announced the release of a competition-legal nymphing line, designed with an ultra-thin diameter, low stretch, and a supple core that maximizes sensitivity and allows faster hook sets. Read more in the press release below.
This week John Van Vleet, the marketing manager over at Scientific Anglers, talks to MidCurrent about living in a tent in a baseball stadium for 152 nights in a row, trout fishing, and most importantly about SA’s new line, called Sharkwave. … more
RIO Products has announced the addition of a new slower sinking line to their OutBound Short series. The OutBound Short type 3 will offer anglers the utmost in depth control and high performance. Available from WF6I/S3 to WF10I/S3. Read more … more
Do you travel to fish? Do you have a pile of different lines for a specific line weight? Do you fish a floating line and sinking line in the same outing? Do you buy expensive separate spools for your reels … more