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Worlds Most Comfortable Fishing Shirt

April 21, 2015

We have received a lot of requests for us to make more branded items like shirts, hats, etc.  And I will be the first to admit that designing clothing isn't really one of our strengths.  So in an effort to produce something of quality we have teamed up with a new brand called Dolly Varden Outdoor Clothing.  They make fishing clothing that doesn't look like fishing clothing.  And the particular piece we chose to do is a simple baseball tee ish.  The Biscayne Ball Tee is made of a blend of Poly, Viscose, and Spandex to create an ultralight, sun protecting, wrinkle free t shirt that fits incredible and pushing away odors.  Mens As you can see, it looks like a normal...

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Interview with @meggalegga

April 13, 2015

Name: Meg / Megan / @meggalegga Location: Home, Washington / My VW Vanagon, somewhere in the PNW wilderness Day Job: Graphic Designer Weekend Job: Adventurer, backroad hunter, lake hopper, master mapper, photo documentarian When was your first fishing experience? As the daughter of a fly fisherman, I've been fishing for as long as I can remember. My earliest fishing memory is one of a yearly family trip to fish for salmon in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It was cold and blue, and everything but our classic bright orange life preservers and the blood of the fish just washed together. We stayed out for hours until the waves were taller than I could have ever dreamed of. My older...

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Tenkara Fishing Report | The Owyhee River

March 23, 2015

First Day of Spring: Short Sleeves and Dries Flies Bald Eagles soaring, buttery browns lining the edges. We fished the Owyhee rod on the river of the same name.  Early Spring brings bugs and the fish start looking up.  Today we were hoping for hatches of Skwala.  While sporadic, the fish were more keyed in on midges and blue winged olives. The Owyhee River in March requires stealth.  At just 14 CFS the water level is extremely low and slow moving. The fish can feel you and see you much easier, especially now that they are looking up eating dry flies.  Rule #1 don't step in the water unless you have to. We were lucky today and got a few on...

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The Cascade Rod

February 20, 2015

The Cascade Rod was designed after our desire to fish those really small, brushy creeks in the Cascade mountain range.  It is an 8 foot rod and when collapsed is only 16 inches so it fits easily in backpacks.  We have made the Cascade with a faster action for precision casting especially in those hard to reach spots.  It is an incredibly fun rod that can handle fish quite well.  In addition to its small stream applications, it is a great rod for kids because of how lightweight and compact it is.  Here is a little video we made about it.

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