Created specifically for the pike and musky fly fishermen, this line features a short head and powerful front taper to cast the biggest of streamers. The line is slightly heavier than the AFTMA standard to load fast action rods quickly for long controlled cast with minimum casting time. Built with RIO’s ConnectCore Technology, the performance of the line and connectivity to the fish is maximized.
Sinking rate: Floating / Intermediate (3,5 - 5 cm /s) Length: 30,5 meter Color: gray / yellow
RIO InTouch Pike/Musky
Full Head Weight
Full Head Length
Full Line Length
XS (Extreme Slickness) The RIO test laboratories carried out extensive practical experiments and material combinations, until they discovered the secret behind the XS Technology. The result is a ge-neration of fly lines with a slicker surface. On the water this leads to longer and more accurate casts, less abrasion, less dirt attraction and an overall better performance.
AgentX Traditionally, getting a fly line to float has required mixing tiny glass balls (called microspheres) into the line’s coating. After years of experimentation RIO has developed a unique element which is six times more buoyant than those used by other fly line manufacturers. This process is called „Fusion Technology”. By simultaneously processing this super-buoyant undercoating with an ultra-smooth outer coating the results are the smoothest, most durable and highest floating fly lines imaginable.
Connect Core RIO’s ConnectCore full-sinking lines open up new worlds of perception and sensitivity with no-stretch performance. Soft, subtle takes become positive grabs, and without stretch to dull reaction times, hook sets are instant and sure. ConnectCore - The secret weapon for stillwater success.
Welded Loops RIO pioneered / originated the innovative welded loop technique. Welded loop fly line tips float better and enable a rapid change of leader. Almost all RIO fly lines are supplied with these small welded loops, please see the appropriate line diagram for information.
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