RIO® Coldwater Clouser™ Fly Line
RIO® Coldwater Clouser Fly Line is the first choice for anglers casting poppers, streamers, or Clouser Minnows. This slick shooting Coldwater Clouser Fly Line delicately delivers oversized, wind-resistant flies with precise accuracy and ease. Built with an abrasion-resistant coldwater coating on a multifilament core, the high-performing Clouser line is designed with an innovative reverse compound taper and an aggressive bullet-shaped front taper, so energy is smoothly transferred when casting heavily weighted flies. Specially treated with RIO's Agent X® to ensure maximum buoyancy and low-memory, this line offers a welded loop on the tip for quick leader changes. Length 100’; Color: Chartreuse.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Yoda72 As always Rio lines are a reliable fly line that always come thou for me. June 22, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by flyfisher2 dissapointed I really like RIo specialty lines as they usual are well designed and do the job as advertised but I am not very happy with this line. The head is so weighted that you can not make long casts without the head collapsing on itself. A clouser line is not much use if you can only use it in short and midrange casts. June 17, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by RichardES 6 wt WF line I bought this for my new St Croix 9 ft 4 pc Legend Ultra rod that they rate as fast. The Clouser is rated 1/2 wt higher than its stated weight. This makes it much easier to cast a fast rod that I was not used to. My 40 year old Fenwick is rated slow and the Clouser makes casting the St Croix so much fun. January 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Flycaster45 Best line ever used This line casts like a dream. I would highly reccomend it to anyone. August 15, 2011
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A:I have Clouser W6WF on my St Croix 9' Legend Ultra and LOVE it ! This rod is rated fast, and the Clouser is rated 1/2 wt higher which makes casting easier. I don't fish salt water, and don't have the Rio line specs handy, but if they make a line wt for your type fishing, go for it.
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