Chris (NC) | October 27th, 2021
Solid price on reliable tippet.
Josh (MN) | April 20th, 2021
After recently leaving this brand to try Umpqua. I am back and back for good. Less break offs, less re-rigging, and more fish in the net. Tippet makes a big difference!
Steve (Southern California) | March 29th, 2021
I've had a hard time finding good fluorocarbon tippet in the smaller sizes (5x/6x/7x). This is the one I've come back to after I run out. It is supple, has good abrasion resistance and the breaking strength is close to what is advertised. It is expensive though, but isn't all fly fishing fluoro tippet expensive...
Jake (Idaho) | March 1st, 2021
Excellent fluoro tippet with high strength to diameter ratio.
JB (MN) | February 24th, 2021
I have fished with RIO, SA, and Umpqua's flouro tippet and after each I can say that RIO is my favorite. I think the diameter may be slightly larger in 6x, but the trade off in knot strength is where the biggest difference has been, they tie great knots if you do, period.
Nick (New York) | February 17th, 2021
So far, so good. Purchased in the guide spool sizes because I go through the stuff so fast. No breaks yet.
CZOscar (North Texas) | February 9th, 2021
I was reluctant to spend a lot for fluoroflex tippet when mono seems to work fine but after some research decided it was the best choice for the weighted nymphs that are the best in the waters I trout fish. String, easy to get down, and best of all seems to be much better abrasive resistant bouncing along tge bottom.
I now use tge Rio fluroroflex in all of my non dry fly fishing.
Great tippet material and worth the extra money.
Ian Linfoot (Australia) | February 7th, 2021
Holds up well in the aussie salt, nymphing in NZ, or fishing steelhead in BC. Subtle, stealthy, and strong.
leo (sf) | February 2nd, 2021
great tippet. my go to for nymphing.
Chad Drakeley (Colorado) | January 1st, 2021
This is my go to tippet for all fly fishing applications. Have used it from 0X - 7x and it has served me well. Have caught Large carp on 4x even though wouldn't recommend that...