Archive for the ‘Gear’ Category
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.
Brad from Southen Water Designs has continued turning out some great work leading into the winter, and the new “Wings” artwork is already slapped on my camera case and laptop.
For years I have exclusively used custom built rods from Midwest Custom Fly Rods. Steve has been a close friend for a very long time and to this day I am astonished and some of his creations. He has recently launched his own “Warrior Series” line of prebuilt rods that can be purchased immediately instead of waiting to have him custom build a rod. Like his custom rods the Warrior Series rods have his own unique style and amazing details that you can’t find on rods sitting on a shelf in a fly shop.
This has been the most requested box since we began offering our extra large clear lid fly boxes and we can finally announce that we are offering streamer foam in addition to our slit and easy grip models. Now, you can load up a massive amount of streamers in these extra large boxes with the ability to see the flies on each side without having to open up the box!
Several months ago we launched the GreenCaddis brand of fly tying hooks to complement our fly boxes and scissors. We are excited and encouraged by the feedback our customers have given us and we are moving into the next phase of the process which is to introduce more styles and sizes. As the temperature drops and the fishing slows we move into “tying season” and this year as you stock your boxes for next year we hope you can consider giving GreenCaddis hooks a try.
Check on the SF Fugly Packer, designed and tested by deerhair magic man Pat Cohen. Oversized and super strong, this thing is made for the tightest hair bugs.
Fishpond, inc., creators of high quality fly-fishing and outdoor travel gear and accessories, is proud to introduce a new collection of 11 products using welded construction. The Westwater collection features a TPU welded fabric construction and water resistant zippers.
(Idaho Falls, Idaho) – RIO Products, manufacturer of fly lines, leaders and tippet material, is excited to announce the addition of two new sophisticated and radically advanced proprietary technologies. These technologies, called MaxFloat and MaxCast, are being added to three of RIO’s highly respected and best-selling trout lines, the RIO Gold, RIO Grand and Trout [...]
(Bainbridge Island, Wash.) – Sage Manufacturing, fly-fishing industry leader, delivers advanced technology to the world of slow action rods. The CIRCA collection reinvents the slow action rod category with a deliberately more relaxed casting tempo combined with a fast recovery, pinpoint accuracy and extraordinary overall performance. The CIRCA is the ultimate dry fly rod that [...]
This versatile double-sided fly box is perfect for the angler who needs to find the fly they want at a moment’s notice! It is 100% waterproof and will float if dropped into the water. Each side is protected by its own clear lid so you can easily see your flies without exposing them to the [...]
Allen Fly Fishing has teamed up with artist Eric Hornung for a new seires of t-shirts. This will be a monthly thing, so be sure to stay on the lookout as new artwork rolls out. Shirts can be purchased directly from Allen on thier site, along with a full line of rods, reels, and fly [...]
One of the the most important accessories in fly fishing… sunglasses! Everyday on the water, you need eye protection. Be it a bad cast or pulling out a snag… Hooks + eyes = BAD! But, glare reduction and the lack of eye fatigue are just as important.