RIO Products has announced their Powerflex Tippet is now available in a new and convenient 3-pack. Read more in the press release below.
Latest Leaders & Tippet News
The ever gracious Simon Gawesworth took some time at this year’s industry trade show to tell MidCurrent why the newest trout tippets and leaders from RIO Products are much much stronger than they used to be.
Co-founder of ARC Fishing company, Travis Thompson, talks about their new line-up of tippets, specifically their Fluorocoat product and why it’s different. ARC Fluorocoat is a fluorocarbon-coated nylon tippet. The process pairs the strength and suppleness of nylon with the … more
I have to admit I’m not much of a nymphing kinda of guy. I just don’t enjoy it that much. That is unless I get super techy with it and utilize some of the tricks my Euro-nymping friends have taught … more
Following improvement and integrating new technologies into the leader and tippet offerings, Umpqua Feather Merchants has also released new packaging design for these selections. Read more in the press release below.
Designed for the highest level of precision and presentation, RIO has announced their new Suppleflex series of trout leaders. Made of the soft, knotless nylon, which allows for a natural drift, Suppleflex trout leaders are available now and retail for … more
How many times have you been out fishing with a dry-dropper, double nymph or streamer rig (dirty I know) and had to switch back and forth throughout the day? There’s an easy solution for keeping your previous rig all set … more
Oliver White explains why streamer aficionados and anglers who use loop-to-loop knots with heavier pieces of mono or fluoro should consider using the Triple Figure-Eight knot.
This year RIO has proved the mettle of their products, winning numerous awards during the 2012 season, including: the most world records in the fly tippet category from the International Game Fish Association, “Best New Fly Line” by the European … more
Ever daydream about catching a 40-inch, 25-30lb trout on a fly? Now’s the time if you live anywhere near a large body of water with big lake trout in it. Don’t think about rolling up with your typical trout rod and … more