Fly Fishing Gifts for the Holidays
Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fly-fish, and he’ll spend way too much time and money obsessing over the perfect setup. For someone unfamiliar to the sport, walking into a fly shop without an understanding of the basics can be intimidating. Questions about the differences between a  [...]
Redington Palix River Wader Review
There are a few things an angler asks for in his or her waders beyond the ability to keep dry. Because out on the river, it isn’t about what you look like or what you’re wearing, it is about you and the water. Of course the reasons among anglers for spending countless hours in cold  [...]
Patagonia Stormfront Fishing Sling Review
Over the past ten years there has been a shift away from the classic fishing vest towards more versatile ways to carry your gear. Patagonia’s Stormfront Sling pack, though not meant to entirely take the place of your trusty old vest, is an excellent alternative with more versatile uses.. Not only does a sling pack  [...]
Orvis Clearwater Fishing Vest
It’s hard, if not impossible, to best the Orvis Clearwater Vest. As the longest continually operating fly-fishing business in the world, Orvis absolutely knows what they’re doing when it comes to angling gear and equipment. I’m a fourth-generation user of the company’s many products, and even though he’s not around anymore, I know my great  [...]
Dan Bailey Waist-Hi Wader Review
I recently wore the Dan Bailey Waist-Hi Waders for a weekend of winter bull trout fishing in the Squamish area. The waders are actually quite good-looking, for a pair of mustard coloured pants. Enough about the look find out how these Dan Bailey waders performed up here in the Pacific Northwest : Dan Bailey Waders  [...]
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