InTouch Trout LT - WF & DT Floating Fly Line

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RIO InTouch Light Touch Weight Forward & Double Taper Lines - The Best Line For Slow Action RodsThe ultimate line for delicate presentation, with ultra-low stretch performance.Weight Forward Line: The InTouch Trout LT (Light Touch) WF line is available in both double taper, and weight forward profiles, and features a long, fine front taper for the lightest of presentations and perfect roll casts. The ultra-low stretch ConnectCore provides groundbreaking levels of sensitivity for intuitively better cast timing, easier line lift and sharp, precise mends.Long, fine tapers for soft presentationConnectCore improves cast timing, hook set and mendingPerfect for soft hackles, and small dry fliesDouble Taper Line:INTOUCH TROUT LT DT - DT3F to DT6FThe InTouch Trout LT (Light Touch) line is available in both double taper, and weight forward profiles, and features a long, fine front taper for the lightest of presentations and perfect roll casts. The ultra-low stretch ConnectCore provides groundbreaking levels of sensitivity for intuitively better cast timing, easier line lift and sharp, precise mends. Lack of stretch also means enhanced detection of subtle takes and faster reaction time when setting the hook. The InTouch Trout LT is perfect for fishing dry flies, nymphs and emergers.LONG, FINE TAPERS FOR SOFT PRESENTATIONCONNECTCORE IMPROVES CAST TIMING, HOOK SET AND MENDINGPERFECT FOR SOFT HACKLES, AND SMALL DRY FLIESOther floating fly lines to consider: For mountain creeks and small streams? Check out the InTouch DT line above. The InTouch family of fly lines all have the ConnectCore low stretch core to give you a closer feel to your fly! You know the feel of having only 20 feet of line out, how easy it is to maintain line tension, set the hook and control your line? Well imagine that feeling with 50 feet of line out! That is the new InTouch technology from Rio!How do I tie the fly line to my backing?Backing is the braided line on your reel underneath the fly line. Most reels should have at least 100 yards of backing. You will need to tie this fly line to your backing. There are a few options. Some fly lines come with a loop on the backing end. In this instance you can tie a Surgeon's Loop in the backing and connect the fly line with a loop-to-loop connection. You will have to lace the entire fly line through the backing loop.

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