Topic: Fly Fishing



The Perfect Fit
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How to Measure Yourself for a Perfect Fitting Wader You know what’s a pain? Getting fitted for a suit. However, when you take the time and accurately take all the appropriate measurements, you end up looking pretty sharp. You know … Continue reading

Mega Hatch Success
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When the Hatch of the Century Happens, Use These 6 Tips To Stand Out Amongst The Crowd. Have you ever been in the middle of a mega hatch? You know the one. Where the water opens up and belches out … Continue reading

Low Light Equals Best Bite
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Take Advantage of Low Light Conditions. By Simms Pro Team Member, Landon Mayer. We all love those bright sunny, warm days but often times, “ideal conditions” don’t always lead to the best action. Here, Simms Pro Team member, Landon Mayer … Continue reading

Yakutia — A Siberian Exploration
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Go Behind the Scenes of Capt. Jack Productions’ Latest Film. The Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) kicks off in Denver this weekend and like many of you, all of us here at Simms are stoked to check out all the … Continue reading

Hopper Time
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Hoppers are Back on the Menu. Time Your Sessions and Reap the Rewards. We all love summer dry fly fishing but who doesn’t welcome late summer and the hordes of grasshoppers that come with it. Here, Simms Pro Team Member, Landon … Continue reading

The Best Waders in the World
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Made By Hand. Heart. And Soul Making the world’s best waders is far from easy and even further from fast. Cutting-edge materials and innovative design are no doubt key ingredients to our recipe. However, the real secret to Simms American-made … Continue reading

Behind the Warrior: Phillip Churchill
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From Colorado to Afghanistan to Montana — Post Military, Phillip Churchill Finds a Home In Bozeman and a Family with Warriors and Quiet Waters. After his second deployment to Afghanistan, Phillip Churchill returned to his home state of Colorado. The month … Continue reading

Clint Kemp of Blackfly Lodge
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Behind a salty exterior is a guide with an incomparable passion for bonefish. Like many of us, Clint Kemp’s introduction to fly fishing was nothing glamorous. Born and raised on the Bahamian island of Nassau, Clint spent a good part of his … Continue reading

Mike Hennessy of Hawaii On The Fly
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After years of big game fishing, Capt. Mike Hennessy’s focus switched from giant billfish to monster bonefish. With its legendary surf breaks and beautiful beaches, you’d be hard pressed to find a “top vacation spot” list on the web that didn’t include … Continue reading

Mongolia Through The Lens
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Looking to add a new destination to your bucket list? Consider Mongolia. Vast, wide open countryside with no fences or property deliniation, it’s just you, the river and the world’s largest salmonid, the taimen. Check out these awesome photos from … Continue reading