Topic: Simms Fishing



Trump Jr. says what anglers and hunters have been saying all along
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The President’s son tweets in opposition to Pebble Mine, noting the headwaters of Bristol Bay are too fragile to risk. On Tuesday, the president signed the Great American Outdoors Act into law. This law, widely supported and celebrated by anglers and hunters across … Continue reading

Simms Pros Take Over the Podiums
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Last week was a big week in the tournament circuit for the Simms Professional Anglers. Multiple events, multiple trophies. It’s been a big few weeks for the professional angler circuits. Because of the crazy start to 2020, fishing tours across … Continue reading

A Win For All Things Wild
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In a great showing of bipartisanship for the sake of our national parks, equal outdoor access, and preserving the wild places that we hold dear, the Great American Outdoors Act cleared its final hurdle. Let’s all raise a glass and … Continue reading

The Next Step in the Fight for Bristol Bay
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The fight against the proposed Pebble mine has reached another critical milestone with the release of the Final Environmental Impact Statement (Final EIS) on Thursday, July 23, 2020. Produced by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Final EIS is the … Continue reading

The Modern Surf Fisherman: A Different Breed
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It can take months to get proficient in the surf fishing game. It takes years, if not a lifetime, to master catching large striped bass from the surf. Unlike the boat bound anglers, the surf fishing crowd is a different … Continue reading

Adaptive Waters
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Benshi Creative’s Latest Film Showcasing the Power of Community in a Time of Need. So here we are – over half-way through 2020. It’s interesting to look back at the tail end of 2019 and think about just how much … Continue reading

Reap the Rewards of Fall
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Tips to Take Full Advantage of the Fall. By Simms Ambassador, Mark Raisler. Why is fall so much better than the spring when the mayflies first show? Why do I get more excited than the first caddis emergence of the … 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

Fishing is Healing: Behind the Journey of a Warrior
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Meet Saul Martinez, Retired Army Infantryman and Purple Heart Recipient and Learn How Fly Fishing Changed Him Forever. When the attacks on the United States occurred on September 11, 2001, Saul Martinez was a high school sophomore in Bloomington, California. … Continue reading

Keepemwet
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A Popular Hashtag Evolves Into a Website Promoting the Next Level of Catch-and-Release Fishing. Thankfully, the notion of catch-and-release has caught on and become highly practiced by a large percentage of anglers. While releasing a fish you don’t intend on … Continue reading