Tag: RIO Products
RIO has announced the release of the new InTouch Long MOW Tips, created to easily cast large flies and designed specifically for anglers using longer Spey rods.
RIO Products has announced the release of their new Fathom CleanSweep lines, a family of sinking lines designed specifically for the lake angler. Read more in the press release below. RIO Sweeps Lakes with Its New Line FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO (September 3, 2019) – Once again, RIO rises to the demand of anglers this time by...
The Technical Trout series of fly lines from RIO Products recent won Best New Fly Line at the European Fishing Tackle Trade Exhibition, and is now available for purchase.
RIO Products has released a list of their new products for the 2020 season.
RIO Products has released a series of innovative strike indicators designed to help anglers help subtle takes. The Kahuna LT is is a highly sensitive indicator that does not damage or kink the leader. Read more in the press release below. RIO Releases New Subtle Indicators FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO (April 1, 2019) – RIO, manufacturer...
RIO has announced the addition of two new Spey lines for anglers targeting trout: the InTouch Skagit Trout Spey and the InTouch Skagit Trout Spey VersiTip. Read more in the press release below. RIO’s Trout Spey Series Targets Anglers Fishing New Water IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO (March 1, 2019) – Fly fishing with Trout Spey rods has rapidly become a popular...
RIO Products has announced the release of the new Creek Line, designed specifically for fishing small creeks, streams and brooks.
RIO Products has announced its new Fly Clips and Fly Twists, accessories to make rigging easier and quicker for anglers.
RIO Products has announced a new line designed specifically for chasing bonefish. The DirectCore Bonefish Line was the the winner of the Best New Saltwater Fly Line at IFTD.
RIO products just won best new saltwater fly line at the 2016 IFTD industry trade show for their Redfish Line. Brand manager Simon Gawesworth gives us the specific differences in "winter" and "summer" redfish lines in the video above.