Scott Hunter, owner and founder of Vedavoo fly fishing gear, talks about the high-riding Spinner Daypack, which retails for $119.00.
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Riley Cotter of Umpqua Feather Merchants talks about the new 2013 Ledges 500 Waist Pack, which will be available January 2013 for $99.
Riley Cotter of Umpqua Feather Merchants explains the new Umpqua 3500 Wet/Dry Duffle bag. The “Deadline 3500” wet/dry duffle has a membrane that can be used to separate wet gear from dry gear and will be available January 2013 with … more
Umpqua has weighed in with an impressive array of soft goods—six separate pieces, in fact, ranging from chest packs to a boat bag. What’s most impressive is that these pieces were clearly designed by the folks who make a lot … more
I’ve been a fishpond fan for years. They’re a Colorado company with strong roots here in my home state and are very conservation-oriented. Their design and R&D taking place in many of the places I like to fish and boat … more
Ethan Smith gives MidCurrent the skinny on his new fishing gear company SmithFly Designs and why he chose to go with a modular system that is made completely in the US. Ethan—whose career as a very successful graphic artist gave … more
Johnny Le Coq founded fly-fishing accessories, vests, bags and packs maker Fishpond a little over twelve years ago. He and his new partners recently moved all of their operations to Denver, Colorado, where Le Coq continues to be in charge … more
As an angler, I aspire to be a minimalist. When I trout fish, the happiest evenings are those when I wade into the river in boots, wearing nothing up top other than my shirt with a pair of scissors/hemos threaded … more
Clear Creek Fishing Gear has come out with a full compendium of bags and packs suited to handle the gear needs of anglers in a variety of scenarios, from the airline overhead compartment to the deck of a drift boat … more
The new Magnum Sling Pack is a larger design of the most popular bar in Orvis’s Safe Passage line. Many anglers feel sling bags are the most practical because they can carry a large amount of gear but when not in use … more