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Fly fishing



Fly Fishing Gear

Four products to help you catch your dinner.

Gear Review: Redington Sonic-Pro Ultra Packable Waders

Fishing waders that pack down to the size of a cantaloupe.

Gear Review: Orvis Clearwater Fishing Rod & Encounter II Reel

An affordable fly fishing rod/reel combo from Orvis.

Gear Review: Patagonia Sweet Pack Vest

A versatile fishing vest from Patagonia.

Gear Guide 2012: Fly-fishing Gear

An affordable starter kit for backcountry anglers

Casting Call: Backcountry Fly-Fishing Gear

Get started backcountry fly-fishing with our testers' value-oriented picks, and you'll have one more excuse to linger in beautiful places.

Gear Review: FlytePacker Raft

Get off the bank and onto the lake with the FlytePacker Raft.

Gear Review: Gerber Flik Fish Multitool

Heavy but handy, the Gerber Flik Fish multitool offers functions specific for fishermen (and women).

Gear Review: Fishpond Tumbleweed Chest Pack

There's no need for an angler's vest with the Fishpond Tumbleweed Chest Pack.

Gear Review: Costa Del Mar Zane Sunglasses

Worth the price, the Costa Del Mar Zane sunglasses have polarized lenses perfect for spotting fish despite the water's glare.

Gear Review: Sage 1650 Fishing Reel

Reel in dinner with the Sage 1650.

Gear Review: Redington Classic Trout 9056 Fly Fishing Rod

The packable Redington Classic Trout 9056 is a great fly rod for beginners.

Gear Review: 9-Weight Fly Rods & Reels

If you chase big fish, you need a 9-weight fly rod to carry along on your adventures. BACKPACKER reviewed five rods that fit the bill.

Top 3 Rainy Season Hikes: Neshannock Creek, PA

Cast a fly to land lunker brown trout.

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