Posts Tagged ‘Product review’
“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.
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)
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.
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.
The last cooler you will ever buy… until you want another YetiKeeping things cold is what it all comes down to, and the Yeti deliver. I loaded up the cooler with bottles of water and ice tea for a family outting recently. A few hours later I went digging for and ice tea, and found upon opening my drink, it turned to slush. The Cooler worked so well it actually made my drink partialy freeze!!!
The performance of Regal vises lies in the unique design of our head and jaws which consistently hold the hook in place better than any of the competitive vises on the market, and allows for immediate change in hook sizes with absolutely no adjustments. This saves time and frustration and the tier can meet the demands of the next fishing outing in one tying session.
The new Rio Hover Line is a innovative specialty line that should catch the eye of a range of anglers. Traditionally “intermediate” lines have a sink rate of 2ips (inches per second). This new line has a sink rate of 1ips, and while it technically lives in the same realm as sinks and intermediate lines… […]
You wouldn’t drive a railroad spike with a small finishing hammer… and you don’t want to throw big streamers with a long fine taper dry fly line. The Titan has a lot of mass up front in the double taper. which allows for the delivery of big flies. You also get the ability to generate fast line speed with minimal backcast… which in non-geek-speak means less chance of crushing yourself with a large hook and more time with the fly in the water.
It’s no secret, if fish in cold weather you get cold hands. Add to that landing fish and getting your hands wet, then you have numb fingers making fly fishing near impossible. The hunt for perfect cold weather fishing gloves is an ongoing process for all cold weather anglers and usually involved sacrificing fit for […]
The recent years have seen many improvements in fishing outerwear materials and most specifically waders. Redington has now jumped the game with not only top tier materials, but in the way a wader is constructed. No thread, no seams, no holes… The Redington Sonic Pro wader. Traditional wader construction consists of sewn fabric then sealing […]
So when you think Cliff, I’m sure the first thought is the killer fly boxes with the blue slit foam. Based in Casper, Wyoming, Cliff has more than just fly boxes. For the fly tier, there is the “Top Shelf”. An organizer that attaches to your vise stem, the Top Shelf includes a magnetic surface […]