New York Times Looks At Women's Fly Fishing Vests

Times writer Sarah Tuff asks Bozeman, Montana fly fisher Anne Johansen to test five different fly fishing vests designed for women. “Nearly 500,000 women fly-fish, according to the Fish and Wildlife Service. While that’s only 16 percent of those practicing long, graceful casts on this country’s rivers, lakes and ocean bays, fly-fishing companies now offer women an alternative to wading in bulky, ill-fitting men’s vests.”
Johansen’s pick? The $170 Patagonia Riverwalker vest, which she described as “not flashy, but technical.”

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