Read the review here.
G. Loomis has introduced new rods in their IMX-PRO family, according to Hatch Magazine. The rods include a Euro-nymphing specific tool, along with a rod designed just for fishing creeks. Read more about these rods here.
Fresh off the heels of their discontinuing the use of individual plastic packaging for leaders, Scientific Anglers has announced another new sustainable product. The company's fly lines won't come spooled on plastic anymore. Instead, the spools will be made from 100% biodegradable paper. You should start seeing these for sale at your local fly shops soon...
I had the chance to review the newest boots from Korkers - their River Ops wading boots. These boots really impressed me. You can read the entire review over at Hatch Magazine.
In case you didn't find what you were looking for in the Gear Junkie gift guide for Father's Day, the folks at Fly Fisherman Magazine have you covered. You can view their list of recommended gear for Father's Day here.
It hit 90 here in Salt Lake City this week - an unfortunate sign that a hot, dry summer isn't just coming, but finally arrived. Thankfully, that means my usual wet wading season has been expanded substantially. If you're new to wet wading, or just want to upgrade your gear, this piece from Phil Monahan over at Orvis is a great places to start. Read it here.
The folks over at Gear Junkie put together this gear guide to help you find the right fly fishing gift for your dad this Father's Day. You can read the gift guide here.
The name of this product is a bit on the nose - EZ-P. It's an addition you can add to your waders to make it easier to reliever yourself while fishing. But does an aftermarket zipper really work well? Henry Koltz, over at Angling Trade, goes into detail on this really interesting piece of gear. Read what he has to say here.
Adam Bible, over at Men's Journal, recently put this piece together that details the best ultralight wading and fishing gear needed for high-country fly fishing. Read the roundup here.
Ryan Chelius, over at Outdoor Life, recently penned this column on tips for bait anglers to consider when buying their first fly rod. I reckon there's some good information in here for new fly anglers looking to upgrade their current outfit, as well. You can read the story here.