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Fly Fisherman features the latest and greatest fly fishing gear in the industry, including rods, reels, line, waders, nets, vises, and much more!

Orvis-Ultralight-Jacket

Pack Light, Stay Dry

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

  In November I packed the new-for-2018 Orvis Ultralight Wading Jacket ($250, orvis.com) as part of my luggage for a… more »

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New 2018 Fly Fishing Gear

by Fly Fisherman 0

Just in case you missed it, here are some highlights from the Fly Fisherman Gear Guide 2018. If you’re curious… more »

Picking-the-Best-Saltwater-Leader

How to Select the Best Saltwater Leader

by Capt. Bruce Chard 0

In the last 25 years of guiding, the most common questions I get from fly fishers are about saltwater leaders…. more »

Picking a Fly Leader

Picking the Perfect Fly-Fishing Leader

by George Daniel 0

With your future boss, going on a first date, meeting your girlfriend’s parents for the first time, or presenting a… more »

Best New Fly Line of 2018

New Fly Lines of 2018

by Fly Fisherman 0

Amplitude Anadro  The Anadro is for big fish like steelhead, Atlantic salmon, Chinooks, and cohos in big rivers where long… more »

Exocett SS

Thomas & Thomas Exocett SS

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

The successful Thomas & Thomas Exocett saltwater series turned heads when it hit the market two years ago, and showed… more »

Waterworks Lamson Cobalt

Waterworks Lamson Cobalt

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

Amid the current profusion of fly reels on the market, it’s hard to imagine much new being brought to the… more »

Orvis Waders

Orvis Ultralight Convertible Wader

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

I’ve backpacked into high-mountain lakes without waders just because I couldn’t handle the extra weight. Standing crotch-deep in numbing water,… more »

Scott-G-Series

Scott G-Series

by Ross Purnell, Editor 0

In 1976, San Fransisco was ground zero in the world of graphite fly rod design. Golden Gate Casting Club member… more »

Fly Base Layer

Hook & Fly Base Layer

by Jeff Simpson 0

Blending the best two natural materials in the world—Bamboo and Merino wool—results in a garment that benefits from the best… more »

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