The Simms Fall Run Jacket: Review

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By Louis Cahill The Simms Fall Run might be the most versatile jacket I own. I love my fall run jacket. I wear it all the time, on the water and off. If summers were not so hot where I live, I’d probably wear it...



The Stowaway Fly Reel Case from Fishpond: Review

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By Louis Cahill The Fishpond Stowaway reel case is a versatile piece of gear for the traveling angler. I’ve stored and carried my reels for years without a dedicated solution. The Stowaway reel case has changed that. This incredibly tough and versatile case makes traveling...



The Simms Freestone Backpack: Review

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By Louis Cahill Looking for a great fly fishing backpack? The Simms Freestone Backpack is a great choice. Light weight but durable, easy to carry and really versatile this pack is perfect for hike in fishing and even a light overnight. Loaded with features and...



Simms Flyweight Access Boot, a true breakthrough

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I have hated every rubber soled boot I’ve ever worn, until now. Up to now, when I heard the words “rubber sole” I just heard, “wet, cold and hurt.” There has never been a rubber soled boot that gripped better than a Converse Allstar, as...



Prolong the Life of Your Leaders with Tippet Rings

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Leaders have got quite expensive over the past couple decades. Recently, I saw a pack of two fluorocarbon leaders retail for $20.00 in a fly shop. That's a pretty good hit to the wallet if you get out on the water to fly fish regularly. One...