RIO Educates Anglers with Its New “How To” Video Series


From RIO Products:

IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO (November 1, 2016) – RIO Products is deeply committed to helping anglers learn about fly fishing through its many educational outlets; whether via its knot-tying videos, line maintenance tips or its unique custom line selector app.

The latest educational project from RIO is its new “How To” video series – a 12 episode series that takes fly fishing education one step further. The idea behind the project is to create a series of short educational films that show fly fishers how to either fish a certain style or learn a new cast. Each film talks about the relevant gear needed, shows any special rigging techniques, explains how to read the water, and how to fish that particular method.

Scheduled to be launched at the beginning of each month, the first episode of RIO’s “How To” series, starts with RIO brand manager Simon Gawesworth, explaining one of the simplest, and most effective ways to fish for trout in a river; “How To Fish a Soft Hackle”. This episode can be watched here.

Over the coming year RIO staff and ambassadors, with years of experience in fishing and teaching, host episodes with such diverse subjects as “How To Mend”, “How to Learn to Double Haul”, “How To Set The Hook”, and “How To Fish A Dry Fly”. As each video goes live, it can be found on RIO’s “How To” video tab at:

About RIO Products:

RIO is a pioneer in developing fly lines, leaders and tippet material to enhance fly fishing experiences across the globe. Offering premium fly lines for both freshwater and saltwater fishing applications, RIO consistently utilizes field experience and scientific testing to create the best products on the market for anglers. Founded 20 years ago in the mountains of Idaho, RIO continues to develop innovative products, design revolutionary tapers and refine performance-driven fly line technologies. For more information about RIO Products, please visit www.rioproducts.comConnect with us through FacebookInstagramTwitter, and Vimeo.


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