St. Croix Names New Brand Manager

As part of their reentry into the fly fishing world, St. Croix has named Tom Larimer as fly fishing brand manager. Larimer previously worked for G. Loomis and as a guide on the Deschutes River in Oregon. You can read more about Larimer and the new role for St. Croix here. The post St. Croix […]

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St. Croix Returning to Fly Fishing

St. Croix has always been a big name in fishing. For a while, they were serious contenders in the fly fishing world. That changed a decade ago when the company decided to focus on its conventional gear, with the intention to return to fly fishing at a later date. That later date is fast approaching, […]

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How to Land Your First Striper on a Fly Rod

If you’ve ever been interested in catching striped bass on a fly rod, you’re not alone. I know tons of anglers who make a trip or two back East every year to fish for them, or try to find stripers in a reservoir somewhere a bit closer to home. Regardless of where you fish for […]

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Night Fishing for Brown Trout

The folks over at Flymen Fishing are putting out some fantastic content these days, and this piece from Stephen Nymick is no exception. This story dishes the details on fishing for big brown trout at night, and why that’s likely the best way to catch your local creek’s trophy. You can read the story here. […]

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Report: Half of US Waters too Polluted for Fish

According to a new report issued by the Environmental Integrity Project, a watchdog group in Washington, D.C., over half of the lakes and rivers in the United States are too polluted for fish to swim healthily. You can read more about the report here. The post Report: Half of US Waters too Polluted for Fish […]

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Story: “How to Think About Bob Clay”

If you fish bamboo fly rods or fish for steelhead, you’ve likely heard of Bob Clay. He’s one of the best bamboo rod makers alive, and some say he’s an even better steelhead angler. Regardless, this profile of him in The Flyfish Journal is a wonderfully poignant story. Kudos to Dylan Tomine for doing such a fantastic […]

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Fly Fishing Enters NFT World

Fly fishing has made one of its first – if not the first – foray into the world of NFTs, or non-fungible tokens. Catchflo, a footwear company, has partnered with Trippytroutclub, an NFT collection of hard-drawn artwork that’s sold to benefit conservation efforts in the Southern Appalachians. A full press release is below. Catchflo, fly fishing’s only […]

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