RIO Directcore Jungle Line - Float

RIO Directcore Jungle Line - Float
RIO Directcore Jungle Line - Float
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Directcore Jungle Line - Float by RIO
Rio's DirectCore Jungle Line is the floating line designed to stand up to tropical conditions. It won't wilt in the heat, and it's ready for all kinds of sun exposure. Its DirectCore is designed to stretch and lays flat on the water without sacrificing the stiffness needed to cast when it's hot out. The short, powerful head loads easily to turn over large flies and rigs, and its Extreme Slickness coating lets the line slide through your guides to get more distance more easily.

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