Archive for the ‘Gear’ Category
“Then the epiphany. I didn’t need a drift boat, I needed a raft. ” Alex Cerveniak walks through his decision to move from a hard boat to a Stealthcraft Raft.
A quick look at some new wading boots from Korkers. There are two new models to look at the Darkhorse wading boot and the Hatchback Wading boot. The Darkhorse is a more traditionally styled wading boot, while the Hatchback has a unique and cutting edge design of rear entry.
The TyWheel provides a magnetic work surface that puts your tools, hooks, and materials conveniently in front of you. In addition, modular attachments make your work station customizable to your specific needs. Your vise is instantly converted into a portable fly tying machine you can easily stow and take with you on your trip to […]
Regal Vises have been around for along time. If you polled fly tiers on all the vises they have used, Regal would probably hold a top spot. They are dependable, timeless, and made in the USA. Check out their newest model, the Revolution
All Hatch reels are made in the USA in Southern California. Their unique design allows for a since piece cage and a single piece spool. Through their use of carrying sized arbors on the spools a single reel can fit into a range (three) of line/rod weight classes.
The OPST Comando Skagit Heads are the result of decades of focus on sustained anchor systemology (SAS) by Ed Ward and Jerry French.
A review of the Korkers Devils Canyon boot, proving you don’t have to sacrifice performance for a lighter and more comfortable wading boot.
The hunt for the perfect Ostrich plume is over, thanks to OPST (Olympic Peninsula Skagit Tactics)
3 new Skagit heads from Rio with their ConnectCore technology. A floater, short floater, and half INT should fit nearly every need.
With the hint of fall in the air, what better time to brush up on our quest for Great Lakes steelhead than with a review of Rick Kustich’s book. Advanced Fly Fishing for Great Lakes Steelhead is a sort of follow up book to Rick and Jerry Kustich’s 1999 book Fly Fishing for Great Lakes Steelhead.
Have trouble finding the best 5wt trout line? Are the modern spey lines confusing and intimidating? Want to know more about all the new Skagit and Scandi variations? Well Rio breaks it all down in these 3 informative videos.
The GreenCaddis Breiefcase Fly Box is designed for when you need massive amounts of fly storage without the restrictions of fitting within a vest pocket. This rugged fly box has a sturdy metal hinge pin and measures 9.5″ x 7″ x 2.5″. 50 rows of streamer foam with plenty of clearance from the lid to […]
Mossy’s Fly Shop and CrossCurrent TV teamed up for this great video on how to create loops in various types of fly line… Lots of great info!
There is no golden rule to frequency of line cleaning… basically if your floating line isn’t floating, its time to clean it. Geoff from Scientific Anglers/ Ross shows you how to keep your line in top performance.
10 featured customer product reviews for Green Caddis Outfitters fly boxes, scissors and fly tying hooks.