(Two lines that have been demoed a few times, excellent condition)
The easiest casting, most powerful Skagit head ever made.
The Skagit Max is an exceptionally easy casting Skagit style shooting head that will cast big flies, and the heaviest sinking tips with the utmost of ease. A unique taper design not only casts all the nasty stuff associated with Skagit fishing, but also forms beautiful loops and is extremely pleasant to cast. The head is built on RIO's ultra-low stretch ConnectCore for the utmost in casting control and sensitivity, and has a highly visible orange section loop for easy recognition. It is available in a multitude of lengths and weights to cover all rod and angling situations.
- Ultra-low stretch core for the best in casting and fishing sensitivity
- Easy loading design
- Printed ID system on the front of the head for quick recognition
- High viz rear loop.
RIO’s UniSpey has a powerful mid length head that is the most versatile of spey line designs, and that will cast long distances with ease. The head length is ideal for Spey rods between 12ft and 14ft in length, and for mid-sized rivers. Anglers will find the line loads best when the black “loading point” is between the reel and the rod tip. Welded loops in the front make it very easy to rig.
USED ONCE, Demo
AN EASY CASTING SHOOTING HEAD DESIGNED FOR EFFORTLESS DISTANCE AND GREAT PRESENTATION.
- EASY CASTING DESIGN
- PRINTED ID SYSTEM FOR QUICK SIZE IDENTIFICATION
- ULTRA-LOW STRETCH CORE FOR THE BEST IN CASTING AND FISHING SENSITIVITY
- HIGH VIZ REAR LOOP
- Length: 31 ft
- Condition: Like New
The RIO Scandi head is a very easy casting Scandi style shooting head, built on RIO’s ultra-low stretch ConnectCore for the utmost in casting control and sensitivity. It is available in a multitude of lengths and weights to cover all rod and angling situations. For tight casting spots and the utmost in ease of casting use a head length that is between 2.5 and 3 times the length of the rod, thus a 12 ft rod would work best with a head that is between 30 and 36 ft in length. The shorter the head length, the tighter the back casting space an angler can fish in. With more room and better casting skills a longer head provides the angler with less line to strip in between each cast and more fishing time.