RIO INTOUCH TROUT/STEELHEAD INDICATOR FLY LINE
The InTouch Trout/Steelhead Indicator line is designed for the river fly fisher that likes to fish indicator rigs with control at long range. The line features a powerful front taper that has no problem turning over indicators, and a long body and back taper for stability and for excellent line control and mending at distance. The line is built on RIO's ultra-low stretch ConnectCore for the minimum of stretch and maximum in performance, and feature RIO's SureFire, XS and AgentX Technologies.
- Powerful front taper to cast indicator rigs
- Ultra-low stretch Connectcore for maximum performance
- Long rear taper and head for mending and line control
- Supple coldwater coating ensures no memory off the reel
4.80/5 Stars out of 5 Reviews
Adam (Minnesota) | March 29th, 2021
The number one benefit of this line is it’s mendability when indicator nymphing. The line itself feels less quality than my textured SA lines, but it gets the job done.
Jonathan (Jersey City, New Jersey) | September 1st, 2020
This line is incredible for nymphing with indicator rigs on bigger rivers as well as high sticking on smaller rivers. It’s very durable and slick and shoots well. It can also be used to cast hoppers and hopper dropper rigs as well as smaller dries as small as #18 if you cast a long distance on a lake for example.
Josh Fruscello (DC) | March 11th, 2020
Using this on the Salmon River in NY for Indicator fishing and bottom bouncing. Effective at turning over these more clunky rigs
Mike Dean (California) | August 6th, 2019
I’ve been using the Airflo indicator line for a while now but a few months ago I fished with a guide that had this line strung up and I really liked the way it fished. So when it came time to change the line on my 10’ 4 wt. nymph rod, I switched to this line. The front taper is a little longer and the 30’ head weight is about a half size less than the Airflo but it still turns junk over with ease. This is a good all around nymph line and if you get in a situation where you need to do some roll casting, it works good for that as well.
Jared Noyman (California) | August 1st, 2019
I have been using this fly line for over a year now and it has held up great, making it possible to land some trophy fish.