I recently bought an 8wt rig (Elkhorn) or fresh and salt water in WA, but occasionally I go to Mexico for family vacations in the northern part of the Sea of Cortez. It's a town called Puerto Penasco, or Rocky Point for you gringos. It's a hunderd miles south of AZ, on the mainland just across from San Felipe, which is on the Baja. My question is how the Rio Anad line will behave in warmer water. I plan to go in June and the water temps may be in the 70's. I can't afford multiple spools and a variety of floating and sinking lines for another fly rig (I already have that for my 3wt and 5wt), so I was leaning toward the Rio Anad line for my 8wt because of its versitility and generally-good reviews on this board. The box the line comes in, however, specifically mentions the line's coating is designed for cold water. Does anyone here have a recommendation for me on whether to try this line, or an alternative that would function reasonably well in Mexico as well as up here? Also, the shop I was in had the Rio Anad listed for $150+. Who carries it at a better price? I'm primarily a fresh-water fly fisher but want to dip my toe in the salt now and then. Thanks for your wisdom.