RIO InTouch Short Head Spey Fly Line

RIO InTouch Short Head Spey Fly Line
RIO InTouch Short Head Spey Fly Line
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InTouch Short Head Spey Fly Line by RIO
Whether you're looking for an easy-casting spey line to transition you from your quick-loading skagit head, or looking to add a quick-to-load spey line to your arsenal of salmon and steelhead lines for those tight quarter scenarios, Rio's InTouch Short Head Spey Fly Line will fit the bill. Its shorter head length loads quickly and pairs well with shorter length rods. Rio also integrated a removable 15ft tip to each line option, giving anglers the ability to attach a mow tip to the line for better depth control when swinging for deep-swimming chinooks and low-lying steelhead.

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SKU: RIO001A
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