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Aqua Design Camo Tube Face Mask Review

January 19, 2020

Use Heat Shrink Tubing to Customize Your Fly Rod!

January 16, 2020

New Custom Wooden Water Maps from Foundry Fishing

January 13, 2020

Is an 8 Weight Fly Rod Always the Best Choice?

January 9, 2020

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January 19, 2020

From the dead of winter to the height of summer, sun protection is something that must always be on an angler's mind. In particular, your face and neck are two body parts that can really take a beating from the sun's direct rays as well as reflection off the water's su...

November 12, 2019

Perhaps no name is more recognizable in the sun protection accessory segment than BUFF. Although most people likely know them best for popularizing sun masks many years back, they've since grown to offer a broad range of sun-protective gear that's ideal for anyone who...

November 3, 2019

I love keeping things simple and packing as light as possible. Because of this, I'm a huge fan of waist packs, slings, and the like because they are so lightweight, portable, minimalist, and easy to move around with. As part of Umpqua's newest product lineup for this y...

June 2, 2019

Intro/Specs/Craftsmanship

Have you ever fished a textured fly line? While the vast majority of fly lines have smooth surfaces, some lines are built with different types of surface designs that are said to reduce friction and improve line flow. I've typically just stuck...

May 20, 2019

Intro/Specs/Craftsmanship

How much more expensive can fly line get these days? Back when I began fly fishing, I remember premium lines costing around $60 or $70. Well, that seems like a pretty good deal nowadays, as the most premium lines cost well over $100! The big fl...

March 24, 2019

Based in Colorado, Solyce Fly Fishing currently offers three unique products designed to make your fly fishing life easier. Let's dig in and take a closer look.....

Tippetac

This little contraption is quite simplistic yet extremely handy when rigging on the water. The Ti...

February 11, 2019

Intro/Specs/Craftsmanship

There's a lot of reasons to try fly fishing at night, some of which we went over in a past article right here. Despite these positives, the big negative with night fishing is simply visibility. Even on a full moon night, I always feel like I'm...

February 7, 2019

I tie a lot of my flies for snook and largemouth with Puglisi or "EP" fibers. These long, soft fibers come in a huge array of colors and are amazing for crafting a plethora of flies imitating baitfish and other morsels. At the vise, the material is very easy to work wi...

January 28, 2019

Picture courtesy of Cortland Line

Intro/Specs/Craftsmanship

Back when I started fly fishing in the early 90's, I remember the top fly lines costing around 60$ or so. Were there more expensive lines? Perhaps. As both a kid and a newbie, I wasn't super aware or knowledgeab...

January 21, 2019

Misery. Anger. Frustration.

These are not the first words that typically come to mind when you think of a day of fly fishing, but if your gear gets drenched that can really throw things for a loop. You need serious protection for stuff like camera gear and extra clothin...

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