RIO Trout LT DT Fly Line

RIO Trout LT DT Fly Line
RIO Trout LT DT Fly Line
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Trout LT DT Fly Line by RIO
The RIO Trout LT DT Fly Line allows for soft, precise presentations, and it's built with the weight distributed towards the back of the line, which aids in making easy roll and single-handed spey casts.

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SKU: RIO0043
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