Simms Intruder Boot Review

Simms Intruder Boot Review Just like days at the beach, nights at the Hawaiian shave ice trailer, and fireflies in the open fields of the Midwest; the Simms Intruder boots are quintessentially summer. Built for wet wading in rough and rugged or soft and sandy conditions, these boots have great grip on slick bottoms while…

Redington Hydrogen Fly Rod Review

Redington Hydrogen Fly Rod Review Last Summer, Redington announced the release of their new series of fly rods: the Hydrogen.  These rods were designed specifically for the trout angler, and our initial test of the Hydrogen was very positive.  Since that time, the Hydrogen has been one of those rods we like to mention when anglers…

Duranglers Rising Net Review

Duranglers Rising Net Review Let me tell you a little story about at net.  Nets with stories are better nets anyway. Rising Fly Fishing Tools Before I get into the story, first let me quickly tell you about Rising Fly Fishing Tools.  Rising is a unique fly fishing company that builds and supplies a whole host…

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Fishpond Headgate Tippet Holder Review

Fishpond Headgate Tippet Holder Review The other day I got my hands on the Headgate Tippet Holder from Fishpond.  New for 2015 and made of strong annodized aerospace aluminum; this little gadget at first glance reminds me of a carabiner.  Call it a tippet carabiner.  This thing is leagues above my old tippet-T, which the Headgate immediately replaced.…

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Sage Salt vs. Sage Method

  Sage Salt vs. Sage Method [button title=”Shop Salt” link=”http://duranglers.com/shop/fly-rods-sage-2/sage-salt-fly-rod/” color=”green”]     [button title=”Shop Method” link=”http://duranglers.com/product/sage-method-fly-rod/” color=”green”] The ‘best’ salt water rod.  Does such a thing exist?  If you were ask 100 saltwater anglers, you would get 100 different answers.  It is a subjective discussion. Tom took off last week to the Caribbean to chase…