RIO Sub-Surface AquaLux II Fly Line

RIO Sub-Surface AquaLux II Fly Line
RIO Sub-Surface AquaLux II Fly Line
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Sub-Surface AquaLux II Fly Line by RIO
When you spend your time on still waters chasing chunky rainbows and fiesty high-elevation brookies, then the RIO Sub-Surface AquaLux Fly Line better be on your spool. This sinking line features RIO's ConnectCore technology, which dramatically reduces the overall stretch of the line. Not only does this make for a more intuitive casting feel, it also makes for faster sets and increased sensitivity to subtle takes. A welded loop at the front of the line makes switching out rigs fast and easy, and the front-loaded shooting head is designed for long distance casting, so you can fish those ledges from a distance without spooking your soon-to-be catch.

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SKU: RIO000L
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