Salt Water Gear

I usually don’t try to promote or push certain gear as such in order to keep this site on an even keel without too much commercalism involved. Also the fact that I’am a Scott Rod dealer has nothing to do with it—–well maybe just a little bit. There are numerous …

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A New Age

Today the guys from SMT (southern montana telephone) came to the house and hooked me up with their new dsl service. I applied for this service as it sounded like a good deal with all the long distance calls included and such. When I talked with them on the phone …

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Unconditional Warranty

I have come to find out in the past years that when you purchase a rod or reel you definitely want one that comes with that unconditional warranty. A good example is from my last trip to Andros. I have been using Teton reels which we are a dealer for. …

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Fly Fishing Christmas Gifts

With Christmas just around the bend, it seems fitting to discuss the gifts that we as fly fishermen (and fisherwomen) receive from our loved ones. As I read this article by Mark Littleton of the Seattle Times I could relate to the gifts that he’s received over the years. I …

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Cane Versus Graphite/Glass Rods

After recently breaking my Scott 3-wt. rod a couple of weeks back, I was curious about how strong graphite and fiberglass rods actually are. With that in mind, I started looking up some information on cane/bamboo rods and why some fishermen choose to use natural cane rods versus rods made …

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