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RIO Grand Fly Line
    RIO Grand Fly Line
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      RIO Grand Fly Line

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    RIO GRAND FLOATING FLY LINE

    The RIO Grand is a full line size heavier than the industry standard, and features more weight distributed towards the front of the line to easily load faster action fly rods. The line has a short head that is easy to cast, making it the perfect choice for fast action rods, or for more novice casters that like a little extra load to help them with the cast. The RIO Grand is built with "MaxCast" Technology, RIO's ultra-sophisticated line coating that actively repels water for higher flotation, longer casts and greater durability.

    FEATURES

    • Front loaded, short head
    • A full line size heavier to easily load fast rods
    • built with a supple, coldwater core and coating
    • Welded loops on both ends

    SPECIFICATIONS

    • WF3F, Length: 80 ft (24.4 m)
    • WF4F to WF5F: Length: 90 ft (27.4 m)
    • WF6F to WF8F: Length: 100 ft (30.5 m)
    • Color: Moss/Gold or Melon/Gray



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    Rio Grand 6W line
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    Mike (Oregon) | September 11th, 2019
    I'm new to this whole fly fishing thing and have a TFO Pro II Lefty 9' 5wt rod, 5wt reel, and using Rio Grand 6wt line, 9' Rio leader (sales rep recommended this setup). Bottom line i've caught some rainbows with this setup out on my boat in a lake and it's been fun learning (easier to practice/learn how to cast out in the middle of the water where I'm least likely to hook a tree or the person next to me), But wondering if I should have started with 5W line since they are designed a size heavier. Planning on practicing in rivers which I think this setup is best suited for. The line changes color green to yellow where it is recommended to have the line at the end of the rod to start casting (good for beginners)... the line casts well even with my beginner skill level. I'm going to try some sinking line in one of the shallow lakes I travel to.