Topic: Simms Fishing



Brett Hite Breaks Down Conroe
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Brett Hite weighs in on fishing diversity, breaking down new water, and the bladed jig. Take a quick glance at the roster of anglers fishing the 2017 Bassmaster Classic, and you’ll be struck by the geography. Of the 52 anglers … Continue reading

Hey Montana, Don’t Mine the Yellowstone!
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A Canadian Company Continues to Threaten the Yellowstone. If you’ve ever spent a day fishing the Yellowstone, you understand this iconic river isn’t merely an angler’s paradise — it’s a treasure you could never put a price on, let alone … 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

Introducing Simms Waypoints Sling Pack
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An advanced, high-volume fishing sling for conquering gear chaos in comfort. Throughout the year, there are many situations when your own two feet can take you places where two oars can’t. This is especially true when your favorite rivers are … Continue reading

Happy Thanksgiving
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Simms Gives Thanks for Conservation, Community Outreach, Victory and Product Innovation. Over the course of a year, we acquire special moments, achievements, relationships and other significant happenings that we are thankful for. While partaking in a 24 hour food binge … 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

Support Our Troops with your Next Wader
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Introducing Simms G3™ Wader — Warriors and Quiet Waters Limited Edition. While on active duty, Colonel Eric Hastings flew high above the jungles of Vietnam and couldn’t help but notice the waters cutting through “the absolute death and destruction on … Continue reading

Simms G Series — Zero Parts Candy Ass
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Fall is Here, Winter is on it’s Way — Time to Gear Up, Not Down. As the seasons change, new fishing opportunities arise calling for shifts in fly selection, rods, reels, tactics and clothing. Fall is here and winter isn’t far … Continue reading

Saving the Smith
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For the Owner of Simms Fishing Products, Saving the Smith River is Personal. K.C. Walsh, passionate angler, entrepreneur and owner of Simms Fishing Products has a personal connection to Montana’s Smith River. In the blog below, first published on www.americanrivers.org, Walsh reflects … Continue reading