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Connor Parrish Embarks Sets Forth to Protect and Preserve the Gallatin River.
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Simms funds position for conservation work on the company’s home river, the Gallatin. Most people would not consider counting rotting chinook salmon carcasses as the basis for starting a romantic relationship, but Connor Parrish was even more interested when he … Continue reading

Celebrate a Conservation Win for Keys Permit
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During the spring and early summer, permit in the Florida Keys leave the flats and migrate offshore to spawn in deeper water at reefs and wrecks. Tracking data from Bonefish & Tarpon Trust’s tagging program show that the most important … Continue reading

First Impressions of Simms CX Jacket and Bib.
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Chad Smith discusses the next evolution in technical outerwear — Simms’ all-new CX Jacket and Bib. In March of this year, Simms launched the all-new CX Jacket and Bib, a collection built for the grind that revels in the shine. … Continue reading

Take a Tour of the All-New Flyweight Wader and Jackets
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Finally – the wait is over – Simms’ all-new Flyweight Collection is available now at simmsfishing.com and your local retailer. In full transparency, this collection has been a challenge to keep under wraps for so long. Why? Because we truly … Continue reading

Shoot, Direct, Edit — Jessica Haydahl Does It All.
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Happy International Women’s Day. To honor the day, we’d like to highlight photographer/outdoorswomen, Jessica Haydahl. It’s especially fitting to feature Jessica today not only because she’s an amazing outdoorswoman/photographer, but her latest project, Dropped In the Pacific, is a film … Continue reading