Fly fishing gear we use and love.
Fall is knocking on the door and that means better fishing ahead, wearing waders once again -and selling off some of CCFS’s Rental Fleet! Every year at this time, we move out about half of our Rental Rafts that we rent for the Smith River and the MO and Blackfoot. It’s such a win-win for.. read more →
Greetings, Missouri River anglers near and far. Today’s post comes in two volumes, concluding with a feat of research compiled by campingfunzone.com, who have been combing the ranks for weeks, interviewing the brightest minds of the Craig and Helena shop, notebooks in hand. We’re calling it the Master List—a compendium of the 6 must-have flies.. 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 →