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Days Off… When working in the fly shop or guiding, days off are sometimes few and far between. I usually give myself three options: Go Fishing (Obvious choice) Laundry and errands (probably weeks worth of laundry at that point) Stay inside all day organizing gear and boat bag (sometimes distracted by movies and potential naps).. read more →

Why you should consider getting a boat bag, even if you don’t have a boat. If you think of a boat bag as more of a gear bag, this might just make sense. I describe my boat bag as more of a portable fly shop. Even if I am just going to some small stream.. read more →

Hey! What’s Your Spey? “I’ve been doing the two-handed gig for just over a decade now -which isn’t that long of a time. However, I’ve seen a LOT of changes in the past 10+ years. Spey used to mean loong rods (13.5′-18′-my first rod was a 14′ 9wt.) and the lines were mostly longer belly.. read more →

14 Feb 2017
February 14, 2017

Ben’s Pick!

Fly Fishing Gear, Fly Tying, Home 0 Comment

Orvis Safe Passage Fly Tying Kit Bag-$129.00 of Awesomeness! “Fly tying work spaces often look as though a tornado has gone right through the middle of our feathers, furs, and other tying material. It doesn’t take long for our fly tying workspace to be scattered about. The Orvis Safe Passage Fly Tyer’s Kit Bag is.. read more →

“When it comes to tying your own flies one of the critical ‘tools’ would be the vice. A person has lots of choices. Everything from a vice grip clamped to a table to a very ornate complicated devise even I don’t know what all the ‘du-dads’ are for. Some where in the middle however will be a.. read more →