This RIO Fly Fishing Tip shows how to quickly and efficiently stretch your fly line before you start casting or fishing. This is particularly important to do when out on the flats after you arrive at the place you are about to fish.
Dry Your Dry Fly After Catching A Fish
This RIO Fly Fishing Tip shows the importance of cleaning and treating your dry fly after catching a fish. Following these simple tips ensures your dry fly will remain floating fish, after fish, after fish.
Double Haul Tips – Advanced Style
This RIO Fly Fishing Tip is the fourth tip in a series of five tips on how to master the double haul. This tip introduces a neat trick for maximizing line speed and double haul ease – called “Advanced Style”.
A short film showing how to tie the Double & Triple Surgeon Knots
This film shows how to tie the Double & Triple Surgeon knots – two good knots for joining tippet and leader together. Easy to see, and with clear directions and some top tips, this is one of the best knot films out there.
Four fly fishing knots for connecting a leader to tippet material, and how to tie them
This film shows how to tie 4 of the most popular fly fishing knots for attaching tippet to a leader. Easy to see, and with clear directions, this is one of the best knot films out there.
How To Select And Tune A Leader To Perfection
In this episode of RIO’s “How To Fly Fish” series, RIO product designer Chris Walker explains how to select the right leader for multiple trout fishing situations. Chris shows the various RIO leaders that are built for specific applications, and explains precisely why each leader design works.
Chris also illustrates what the “tippet”, “taper” and “butt” sections are, and explains why these sections are so important. For a more “DIY” approach, Chris also shows how to take a regular trout leader and tune it for a specific application.
FLUOROCARBON VS NYLON TIPPET
We commonly get asked what is the difference between fluorocarbon and nylon tippet? In this Fly Fishing Tip, RIO line designer Chris Walker, quickly explains the difference between the two, and why you would fish one over the other.
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