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Airflo Super DRI Xceed Fly Line Review

Mon, 12/09/2013 - 14:24 -- Tom Larimer
Airflo Xceed = Ultimate Versatility

Check out this video with my good friend Tim Rajeff talking about Airflo's new Super DRI Xceed fly line. While Airflo Spey lines have become extremely popular over the years, with the introduction of the Super DRI material the company is finally making a charge in the single-hand fly line market.

Organize and Store Your Fly Fishing Gear

Sat, 12/07/2013 - 15:43 -- Tom Larimer
Airflo Head Bag
You will catch more fish if your gear is organized!

Have you ever found yourself pawing through the depths of your gear bag, trying to find something you need quickly? Maybe the hatch is on and you're looking for your back-up floatant. Or you're on a huge school of bonefish and you need to replace your leader because the last fish tore you up in the mangroves. You need to access your gear quickly in these situations. Nothing is more frustrating than not being able to find gear when you need it.

Airflo Super DRI Fly Lines

Mon, 06/03/2013 - 21:42 -- Tom Larimer
Airflo Super DRI Fly Lines
Airflo Super DRI -Five new lines for 2013

Airflo Fly Lines have gained huge popularity in the Spey world over the past few years. However, our trout lines have never gained much traction, in part because they honestly didn’t perform well. That is all about to change. Airflo is in the process of releasing a new family of lines called Super DRI. After casting them I can say they are the finest single-hand fly lines I’ve ever fished with.

The Airflo Story

Thu, 03/28/2013 - 13:07 -- Tom Larimer
Airflo Fly Lines
Go with the Flo

I started fishing Airflo Fly Lines when I moved to Oregon, almost thirteen years ago. The first thing I noticed was the incredible feel of the lines. The polyurethane coating was very supple yet the lines had amazing loop stability during the cast. Plus, they were way more durable than other lines out there. In the end, I just loved the way Airflo lines cast.

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Airflo Skagit Intermediate Compact

Mon, 02/13/2012 - 14:52 -- Tom Larimer
Airflo Skagit Intermediate Compact
Airflo Skagit Intermediate Compact

The Airflo Skagit Intermediate is a new concept in Spey casting that will change the game of swinging flies for anadromous fish. By building a Skagit head with a short floating rear section coupled with an intermediate body, we took the ease of casting a Skagit head and combined it with the effectiveness of an intermediate Scandi.

Airflo Skagit Switch

Airflo Skagit Switch Spey Line

The idea of Switch Rods was brilliant… Build a rod that can do everything from Spey casting to overhead casting. –They’re the perfect tools for small and medium sized steelhead rivers. Problem is, the industry gave us these new toys but forgot to build fly lines that were actually fun to cast on them.

Airflo Rage Compact

Airflo Rage Compact Spey Line

I've always loved Scandi heads for floating line presentations. From the moment I first cast them over ten years ago, I grooved on the line speed and tight loops I could throw. However, Scandi heads have their faults.

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