Mark Harbaugh from Patagonia delves into the details on the newest piece for 2014 in their Stormfront Line, called Stormfront Pack Sling. The completely waterproof sling retails for $199.
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Andy Toohey, owner of Boulder Boat Works, shares with us what he typically carries in his Famous 2500 Umpqua boat bag for a typical summer day while fishing from one of his polymer boats.
MidCurrent is starting a new video series here in our gear section called “What’s In Your bag?” Over the next fishing season MidCurrent sits down with the industry’s notable figures, random anglers, guides, and fishing bums and asks them what’s in … more
Rob Kolanda of Front Range Anglers shows us a few aftermarket accessories to help prevent rust from forming on your flies. They include a product called Zerust from Flambeau, and a way to simply attach your fly boxes to … more
Rob Kolanda is one of the fishiest people I’ve ever met. He’s an advisory member to Team USA, has won the Denver Carp Slam multiple times, and would most likely out fish you and five of your closest fishing buddies. … more
Oliver White talks about the Patagonia Stormfront Backpack, what makes it so special, and why it’s one of his favorite pieces of gear for traveling or everyday use.
Just announced: Umpqua’s new line of packs and bags will be accompanying members of the U.S. Fly Fishing Team in competition. And thus far, Coach Anthony Naranja has rave reviews on their design and versatility. Read more in the press … more
The man that knows no fishing boundaries and has seen and done almost all of it talks candidly about the Orvis Guide Sling Pack and why he likes it so much even, though it’s “not a product he would normally … more
Umpqua Feather Merchants has made the jump into the soft goods market and announced last week that their new lineup of packs and bags is now available for shipping. Read more in the press release below. From Umpqua: Last week, … more
Ethan Smith, founder and owner of SmithFly explains how his line of products fill a niche in the fly fishing bag world and why they “play nice” with other systems out there.