Fly Fishing Watercraft Fall Sale

28 August 2018
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28 August 2018, Comments: 0

Fly Fishing Watercraft Fall Sale

Here is a question to ponder: “What is a fly fisher without a boat?”

Now the answer that many might find as the obvious one is “Well, a wade angler”.

That is to be sure, but have you ever found yourself on the water, wondering: “What if I actually had a boat right now?  How might my fortune change?”

Well, a whole lot would change.  A fly angler without a boat could quite possibly be only living a half-life.  How does one fish the deeper drop-offs when they are far out of wading (and casting) distance.  When floating sneaky rivers and creeks throughout the United States, often it behoves one to row downriver, away from the hustle and bustle of those unwatercrafted.

Perhaps you found yourself in this situation this past summer in fact.  Casting from shore when only a mere 30 yards past where your fly was landing, you were being outfished by a gentleman in a kick boat at an almost 10 to 1 ratio (not that I have been in that situation before…).   Perhaps now is the time to remedy such a situation.  From mountain lakes, wide steelhead rivers, warmwater pike and musky hideouts, and even some brackish and saltwater situations…kick tubes and personal watercraft are great for sneaky waters and catching fish that are not reached from shore.  We have even had a lot of luck with kick tubes out on the San Juan River below Navajo Dam, kicking around Texas Hole.

Fortunately, right now we are offering 15% off all our watercraft until September 4th so you can avoid finding yourself in situations where you wish you had a boat.  Plus they are very packable, so you can keep them in the trunk, ready at a moment’s notice.

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Andy McKinley
Andy manages Duranglers Flies and Supplies online store and web content. When he is not plugging away in the basement of Duranglers, he can be found in the shop talking weird flies, throwing spey casts for few fish, eating pizza, drinking coffee, painting, and raising a family in Southwest Colorado.

His fly fishing writings have been published on blogs such as the Daily Drake and Simms Wading Room.

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