via Merge Fly Fishing
the video below isn’t much of a review in itself but it sums up all the important features and the film’s lovely location is a perfect example of where this new Barrio line shines like a star.
its short yet very stabile and well proportioned head design lets anglers of all levels easily get the fly where it should go in these tight spaces, whether we’re using aerial or rolls or spey casts.
i used this line model extensively throughout the past season in 3, 4 and 5wts and the great first impressions with each one haven’t changed a bit: i very highly recommend it.
in case you’re wondering, its use isn’t confined to minuscule fish as buddy Sandy Nelson demonstrates here !
available in tan or light olive from sizes 1 to 5, click either pic for more info and user reviews on the Barrio site.
at 27£ ( 34€ – 43US$) including fast shipping anywhere in the world this one’s a no brainer.
“Growing up where the rivers where virtually always chocolate brown, I dreamed of crystal clear mountain streams that I occasionally got glimpses of on TV and in books. I finally got to the most beautiful crystal clear stream with my good friend and fishing buddy”
filmed in South Africa here’s a drop-dead gorgeous environment with what appears to be a very healthy and eager population of rainbow trout. the stuff that dreams are made of…
this one’s a real gem, enjoy !
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looks like Charles brainwashed himself. i hope he keeps this up and treats us with more small stream magic. enjoy !
filmed, edited and fished by Adam Rawson
sweet stream, sweet sounds and sweet-sweet, beautiful little brown trout.
success and failure, who could ask for more ?
this one’s for Andy 😀
in these places
work really well on these.
the little-fish / little-fly rule isn’t always a rule.