The Stickman T-7: Return of the 7 Weight

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The 7 Weight is the middle child of fly fishing. A 7 weight fly rod is the most versatile tool in the fly anglers box. The number of species and techniques that are perfect for the 7 weight is staggering, and yet this versatile rod is...



Hazard Hooks Review

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By Justin Pickett A good hook is a necessity. Whether I’m tying my own flies, or buying from a local shop, I always make sure that the fly is lashed to a quality hook. One of the worst feelings in fly fishing is losing a fish...



Tiemco Magnetic Adjustable Bobbin

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By Bob Reece The line between necessity and advantageous varies from person to person. When Tiemco produced its Adjustable Magnetic Bobbin, it sparked frequent discussions among tiers regarding these two categories. My curiosity finally got the best of me and I decided to give...



Echo’s Bad Ass Glass Quickshot

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By Justin Pickett The resurgence of fiberglass rods over the past few years has been interesting. Rods that could have been found on eBay, or in antique shops, for a few bucks have suddenly bloomed into this new identity of high-end versions with words like “technology” and...



The Orvis Helios 3 F and D

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Which Helios 3 fly rod is right for the saltwater angler? I have spent the last two weeks fly fishing for bonefish in the Bahamas. As you would expect, there were some beautiful days and some real howlers. In my rod quiver for the trip were...