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RIO Lightline Fly Line
    RIO Lightline Fly Line
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      RIO Lightline Fly Line

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    • $79.99

    RIO LIGHTLINE FLY LINE

    Fiberglass and Bamboo Fly angler rejoice, there is a new fly line on the market designed specifically for your slower action fly rods!

    RIO’s LightLine has been designed to load slower, more traditional action fly rods such as bamboo, glass and the more “Classic” flexing graphite rods. Built to precisely match the industry line standards, this line will not overload such rods – even at longer range. The weight distribution and short front taper ensures the line loads at close range, making it ideal for fishing on smaller creeks and streams, while the softer, supple coating ensures the line remains relaxed and easy to handle in the majority of conditions.

    FEATURES

    • Short front taper and weight distribution makes it ideal for creeks
    • Perfect for bamboo, glass and sof§er graphite fly rods
    • MaxFloat Tip and MaxCast technologies for the very best in performance
    • Extra-supple coating for minimal coiling and relaxed performance
    • Max Cast
    • Max Float Tip
    • Agent X
    • Front and Rear Welded Loop
    • Line Sizes Double Tapered DT2-DT6
    • Color: Brown/Ivory

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    Nick (New York) | March 4th, 2020
    I'm enjoying this line so far. I paired it with an Echo Glass 7' 10" 5wt. and it plays very well with the slower action of this shorter rod. I went with the WF of the DT because I'd like to be able to use it when I encounter larger water too, although it may not roll cast as well at a double taper would. For throwing small dry flies and terrestrials, the presentation is accurate and delicate. I'm curious to see how it handles small streamers too. One note-- the brown color of the line can be tough to spot. Might be worth it to attach a palsa indicator if you're fishing dark fast water.