Rio Outbound Fly Line
Rio Outbound Fly Line Rio Outbound Fly Line
$79.95

With a little celestial guidance, RIO has created the OutBound Integrated Shooting Taper. With this line the average freshwater or saltwater caster can launch casts far, far away to the previously unreachable. Designed to load high performance rods quickly with few false casts because the 37.5 ft head is heavier than the AFTMA standards. The supple coldwater monofilament core and coating, combined with a taper design unique to each model, plus a thin tangle-free running line, ensure the longest flight time for unearthly casts.

Available in 4 models from floating, hover and intermediate heads with floating running lines, to DC Type  6 sinking heads with intermediate sinking running lines. The lines include welded loops on the front and are color-coded for sink rate.

Floating: WF5F - WF12F, Color: Yellow/Green 
Hover; WF5F/S1 - WF10F/S1, Color: Glacial  
Intermediate: WF5F/I - WF 12F/I, Color: Yellow/Clear
Type 6 Sink: WF6S6 - WF10S6, Color: Gray/Dark Gray 

RIO's Custom-cut OutBound lines will certainly excite anglers everywhere that need distance and depth. These lines have a 35' long level head followed by an ultra-thin intermediate running line that ensures the longest flight time for ultimate distance.

Anglers simply cut the head to the length and weight for their casting style and rod action:

Available with three different head weights: T-8, T-11 & T-14 


T-8: 
35 ft = 280 gns, 34 ft = 272 gns, 33 ft = 264 gns, 32 ft = 256 gns
31 ft = 248 gns, 30 ft= 240 gns, 29 ft = 232 gns, 28 ft = 224 gns
27 ft = 216 gns, 26 ft = 208 gns, 25 ft = 200 gns, 24 ft = 192 gns

T-11: 
35 ft = 385 gns, 34 ft = 374 gns, 33 ft = 363 gns, 32 ft = 352 gns
31 ft = 341 gns, 30 ft= 330 gns, 29 ft = 319 gns, 28 ft = 308 gns
27 ft = 297 gns, 26 ft = 286 gns, 25 ft = 275 gns, 24 ft = 264 gns

T-14: 
35 ft = 490 gns, 34 ft = 476 gns, 33 ft = 462 gns, 32 ft = 448 gns
31 ft = 434 gns, 30 ft= 420 gns, 29 ft = 406 gns, 28 ft = 392 gns
27 ft = 378 gns, 26 ft = 364 gns, 25 ft = 350 gns, 24 ft = 336 gns