We know, it's a ridiculous looking fly. But the combination of colors and rubber legs drives big trout crazy. The Beadhead Tequeely Bugger is one of those 'under the radar' Alaskan streamers that is ideal to swing or strip from spring through late July. It's also excellent in off-color high water.
If you are fishing where you need to get deep to reach big fish this is the line. The head portion of the line is 30 feet of Type 6 sink tip. It will easily get you down 10, 20, 30+ feet deep. Plus it casts like a dream.
We love the Outbound Short for fishing off the beach for kings or silvers, or in larger rivers where dropping your fly through heavy current is mandatory. This line is the best out there for turning over big flies and when you let it go it really flies! Plus the ultra-low stretch in the line makes for solid hook ups.
Exceptionally powerful, easy casting, line built for maximum distance, with ultra-low stretch performance.
The Outbound Short is a 100 foot line. The running line is 70 feet of intermediate sink and the head is 30 feet of Type 6 (6.0 ips) sink tip.
RIO’s InTouch OutBound Short series of lines are designed to cast large and heavy flies very long distances. Built with RIO’s ultra-low stretch ConnectCore Technology. A short, aggressive front taper easily carries large, weighted streamers, while the powerful head design loads rods deeply and efficiently for effortless casts. A full range of densities make this a very versatile line series. Each line features RIO’s XS Technology for super slick performance, and is built with a supple, coldwater coating that ensures the line remains tangle-free.
- Ultra-low stretch ConnectCore for maximum performance
- Front loaded to cast large flies with ease
- Designed for easy distance
- XS Technology for a super slick coating
- Welded loops for fast rigging
In the frenzy of salmon fishing, Alaska's lakes are often overlooked. From the rainbow fishing of the Matsu Valley to the Trophy Cutthroat Lakes of Southeast Alaska, these 32 flies will catch fish.