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Default Re: Camolux Freshwater Fly Lines by RIO Products

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Originally Posted by mcnerney View Post
No they are different lines, the Camolux has a sink rate on 1.5-2 inches/sec. The Aqualux is a full intermediate line (I couldn't find the sink rate on the Rio web site, they just said it is a great line for fishing the top 6 ft in shallow bays and along the shoreline, seems kind of strange they don't tell what the sink rate is, but I might have just missed it).
I went to Rio's website and found this page.
AquaLux - Freshwater Fly Lines | RIO

it says that the sink rate is 1.5-2.0 ips as well. So what would be the difference between them?

I just recently ordered a discontinued and discounted Rio Avid Intermediate clear line from backcountry.com for fishing deep ledge for bass of a boat. I wonder if this line is the same but the cheapo version of the Camo.
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