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RIO Grand Fly Line

$74.95

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    • Camo/Tan, WF4F/90ft
        $74.95
    • Camo/Tan, WF5F/90ft
        $74.95
    • Camo/Tan, WF6F/100ft
        $74.95
    • Pale Green/Light Yellow, WF4F/90ft
        $74.95
    • Pale Green/Light Yellow, WF5F/90ft
        $74.95
    • Pale Green/Light Yellow, WF6F/100ft
        $74.95
    • Pale Green/Light Yellow, WF7F/100ft
        $74.95
    • Pale Green/Light Yellow, WF8F/100ft
        $74.95
    • Pale Green/Light Yellow, WF9F/100ft
        $74.95
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    Let the battle begin.

    Load your reel with the RIO Grand Fly Line when you're gunning for cutthroat, browns, or rainbows. Designed for fast-action fly rods, this cold-water, trout-specific line is built with loads of modern tech to keep you at the top of your game.

    • Trout-specific floating line is designed for modern, fast-action fly rods
    • Front-loaded, short-head design enables easy casting
    • A full line size heavier to easily load fast rods
    • AgentX technology features a coating for enhanced performance, durability, and slickness
    • MaxCast technology (high-tech line coating) actively repels water for higher floatation, longer casts, and greater durability
    • MaxFloat construction features a proprietary tip coating for superior float, reduced drag, and quieter pickups
    • Built with a supple, cold-water core and coating
    • Dualtone marking system easily identifies the loading area of each fly line for convenience
    • Welded loops on both ends for convenience
    • If you're buying a reel or spool and fly line, we'll be happy to rig it up for you, please give us a call at (855)-712-0513 for details
    • Item #RIO0042

    Tech Specs

    Material
    AgentX
    Overall Length
    [3wt] 80 ft, [4wt, 5wt] 90 ft, [6wt, 7wt, 8wt, 9wt] 100 ft
    Fly Line Weight
    3 wt, 4 wt, 5 wt, 6 wt, 7 wt, 8 wt, 9 wt
    Fly Line Style
    floating
    Taper Design
    WF
    Front Taper
    7 ft
    Belly
    18 ft
    Front Belly
    7 ft
    Rear Taper
    6 ft
    Running Line
    52 ft
    Recommended Use
    trout fishing

    Tech Specs

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    Dreamy casting

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I recently upgraded to the Rio Grand Fly Line and I am glad I did. This line complements the fast action of my Sage One 9ft 5w rod. I typically fish small to medium sized rivers for all species of trout and this line performs exceptionally well on fast action rods for those conditions.

    Awesome line

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I replaced my SA GPX with this line and I like it quite a bit better. It shoots faster and I can get more line out there with fewer false casts. It's easy to pick up 50+ ft of line and throw it back out there with no false casts. Also, leaders seem to dig into the loop connection less than the GPX (removing a heavily loaded leader was damn near impossible). I also like the dualtone marking system a lot. My rod is a med-fast action. I almost got the Gold, but my local fly shop talked me into this one.

    Go-to trout line

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I use this line most often since I have a fast-action Sage VXP and fish mid-size rivers for trout. The line floats great and is easy to cast. This is a great line for the price.

    Great on a fast rod!

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    If you're fishing a medium sized river with a fast rod, this line is great. Definitely helps to load the rod at shorter distances. I use this for primarily double nymph rigs and streamer fishing on the Weber and Provo and have no complaints. Not the most delicate presentation out there, but if you're throwing a line 30ft or less on a super fast rod, you still get the energy from the rod. If you're routinely casting longer distances with a fast rod on a lake, I'd go with the Rio Gold as your more standard line.