Saturday Shoutout / The Sage Light Saber & A Bloggers Wager

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Darth Bennett Two Hand Wielding  Photo by Louis Cahill

Darth Bennett Two Hand Wielding Photo by Louis Cahill

Although totally worth your time, this weeks Shoutout is admittedly self-serving.

I have a little wager going with my good friend Andrew Bennett at Deneki Outdoors. Kent and I feel like our readers are the best and most loyal readers on the web. We did a Shoutout to Deneki a while back, and felt pretty sure that we would show up as Andrews #1 referring site. Sadly, we are stuck in the #2 position.


I made a bet with Andrew that we could change that and I’m counting on your help. Please, let’s show these boys what the G&G family can do. Follow this link to read Andrews awesome review of the new Sage Light Saber.


Come fish with us in the Bahamas!

Louis Cahill
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7 thoughts on “Saturday Shoutout / The Sage Light Saber & A Bloggers Wager

  1. The new Sage sounds like a great rod. I may have to see if I can find somewhere to try one out. Geez, if I buy yet another rod I am probably going to be relegated to sleeping in the back of my PU!
    Hope “we” take the #1 spot. Vince Lombardi was right on, winning isn’t everything, it is the ONLY thing. 🙂

  2. Does anyone still make a decent wading sandal anymore. SIMM made the black one for a while with Keen. It was ok held the rocks in the toe which sucked but they were durable. I still use mine. Orvis had a good one but no toe cover but I liked them better than the Simms/keen. I know many like neo socks and then wading boots but its summer man and sandles are the way.
    I’m talking for western rivers. ID MT WA OR

    • Eric,

      I Googled fly fishing wading sandal and I found quite a few options. I generally wear my Chaco sandals when I’m not wearing a wading boot. I’ve got them one size larger so I’ve got some extra room for toe protection. They work great for me when I’m in my drift boat but I do agree there’s better options out there for traction and toe protection.


    • Tal,

      Thanks for the G&G Love and we thank you for taking the time to check out Andrew and his staff do a fantastic job regularly writing very informative content to help anglers improve their skills. I visit it regularly and I’ve learned a great deal.


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