RIO’s New Saltwater Mono Tippet Allows Anglers to Build Custom Leaders

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From RIO Products:

IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO (December 1, 2016) – RIO Products, manufacturers of fly line, leader, and tippet, brings its award-winning Saltwater Mono Tippet to market allowing saltwater anglers a better material for building leaders. This product won the Best Leader/Tippet award at the IFTD show in Orlando in July.

Saltwater anglers looking to tie their own leaders for bonefish, permit, and other saltwater species can now turn to RIO’s Saltwater Mono Tippet. It is made from medium-stiff nylon to easily turn over saltwater flies and has great knot strength and good abrasion resistance. Anglers will find this material lacks memory and is very easy to tie. Its impressive strength-to-diameter ratio provides good knot-ability, and the wide range of sizes allows anglers to build leaders for nearly any saltwater species.

Available from eight to 60 pound, these 50 yard spools retail for $8.95 and can be found at any RIO dealer. For more information, please watch this video.

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.com. Connect with us through Facebook, Instagram, and Vimeo.



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