RIO CREEK FLY LINE
RIOs Creek Line has been designed for anglers that fish small creeks and streams. The line loads at close range, allowing anglers to make short casts of 10 to 15 feet with ease, yet has enough body and head length for those occasions when a longer cast is needed. Each line is built with a supple coldwater core that results in tangle-free performance, and features RIO’s MaxFloat Tip that ensures the line tip does not sink.
- Designed to load at close range
- Perfect for small creeks, streams, and brooks
- Ideal for nymphs, dries, and small streamers
- Supple coldwater core for tangle free performance
5.00/5 Stars out of 7 Reviews
Joshua (PA) | August 12th, 2020
Purchased this line (WF3F) for small mountain streams. Paired it with my sage pulse 7'6 3 wt and it performs perfectly. I also paired it with my 9' 4wt redington hydrogen rod for use on larger rivers and it casts 40-50 feet like a dream even though it's not the main design. Loads perfectly with both rods
Andrew (IL) | June 19th, 2020
Paired the WF3F with my Sage Dart 376-3 and it's a match made in heaven.
DAVID DUBE (Bloomington, Indiana) | June 15th, 2020
I bought this in combination with a Reddington 2wt rod and the Reddington Zero 2/3 reel. I couldn't ask for a better performing combination. The line loaded easifly for those demanding accurate short casts.
Jake (cincinnati, oh) | March 13th, 2020
best line on the market for small creek fishing, wild trout chasin'.... hands down... don't expect the best presentation if trying to land a dry w/ distance, but I don't think that is what most are purchasing it for either...
Michael (Catlettsburg, KY) | February 8th, 2020
Heading to the mountains to chase natives, this is the line I use. Loads and casts great for skinny water. Works pretty well if you need to extend your casting if you encounter a little larger water. One draw back on larger water / longer casts. With all the weight near the tip, specifically for short casts with minimal line, you don't get supper delicate presentations when having to case longer distances. But that is just what I've notice with my casting. However, this line isn't designed for long casting / bigger water. What it was designed to do, it does very well.
Matt (PA) | January 2nd, 2020
Just put this line (WF1F) on a new Sage Dart 1wt and was really impressed. I was nervous about having the short 7' 6" stick load properly with a small amount of line out, but was very pleased with the results.
David M. (Santa Barbara, CA) | July 31st, 2019
Bought this in the 2wt. for a Redington Butter Stick lightweight rod. Took it out and managed 10'-40' casts, which feel pretty impressive given the size of the line. My only complain is that when the line got wet it tended to coil and very lightly "stick" to itself. This made casting a little more challenging because casts where I was letting out line weren't as smooth, but maybe it's something I'll get used to after the line is not so new.