Author Archives: timromano
Fly manager Brian Schmidt from Umpqua Feather Merchants gives us a sneak peak at some of the newer popper styles that will be available in 2016 and how subtle differences in their design go a long way in differentiating them … more
Chris Peterson of Hell’s Bay Boatworks give us a quick rundown of some of the world’s best shallow water skiffs and what each model is good for.
Jeremy Tricola of Icebreaker Nature Clothing goes over the benefits of using Merino wool as an under-wader baselayer, and why the Icebreaker brand got wool dialed.
The info below comes to us via the good folks at Sawyer Paddles and Oars and is specifically aimed at their Cobra style of oarlocks, but the tips can be used to tweak almost any other oar lock in a bind. … more
After spending the last couple of weeks running around the wilds of Chile with the good folks at Magic Waters Lodge and getting in and out of cars and trucks from one fishing spot to the next, I finally stopped … more
St. Croix has added an 11-weight rod to their already impressive Legend X rod series. “The rods were designed specifically for fishing larger warm-water species like musky, pike and bass, and are built on blanks rolled with a multi-dynamic blend … more
John Torok of Hatch Outdoors explains some of the newest products for 2015 from the company that’s mostly known for its quality reels.
Jeremy Tricola from Icebreaker Nature clothing discusses why their merino wool socks (which are guaranteed for life) are a perfect match with wading boots.
Chris Callanan from Outcast Sporting Gear gives us the skinny on the company’s newest watercraft, called the OSG Approach inflatable SUP: The Approach has a small inflatable collar which makes it an extremely stable platform for maneuvering around and following … more