Rio Fluoroflex Plus Tippet - Fluorocarbon
Rio Fluoroflex Tippet is my first choice when fishing sinking flies. Fluorocarbon sinks and is abrasion resistant. To set up my favorite trout rig for trout I use 3x,4x and 5x Rio Fluoroflex Plus. Why buy Fluorocarbon:
- It never goes bad
- It sinks
- It is very abrasion resistant
These all make fluoro a great choice when fishing nymphs or dry fly fishing on lakes when you want to hide your tippet just below the surface film. The fish are very keen to dimples on the surface film and a tippet denting it (and refracting light) can be an easy tip off to a wary fish.
Yup, the best of the worst. I'ma dirty ass nympher too... they come in 4 sizes Small 1/2", Medium 3/4", Large 1” and X-large 1¼. The small size works great for spring creeks and slow moving currents wear you won't...
Put this on before your fly ever hits the water. Floatant greases the material creating a seal the discourages water from soaking into the fly.
Rio Powerflex Tippet - Nylon Mono
Perfect for dry flies, Rio Powerflex nylon monofilament as it floats. The Rio powerflex tippet's transparent color offers excellent camouflage. If you are getting started most trout anglers will start off with 4x,5x, and 6x Rio Powerflex. The larger the number...