Monthly Archives: February 2012

Sage ONE Rods in Action

Sage Fly Fishing - Product Reviews - ONE Rod

Captain Frank of Outdoor Community had the chance to take an 8 weight ONE Rod on his latest trip to the Bahamas. Needless to say it surpassed his expectations. Some fast rods have a feel almost comparable to a broomstick. … Continue reading

Biloxi Marsh Reds, By Pat Ford

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I just returned from fishing the Biloxi Marsh with Tony Weaver and Capt. Gjuro Bruer. This is one of my favorite fishing experiences. We stay at a relatively inexpensive hotel just off Burbon Street, and commute to Hopedale each morning.

Hope for the River, By Will Rice

Will Rice for Sage Fly Fish

Here’s the last entry in our compelling series about the situation down on the South Platte and Sand Creek written by Will Rice. I’m very cautious when I talk to people who are not familiar with this section of the … Continue reading

Benzene 101 and What Lies Beneath, By Will Rice

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Here’s the second entry in a series about the situation down on the South Platte and Sand Creek written by Will Rice. Prior to this disaster, I’m not sure I knew what benzene was – or the fact that it … Continue reading

Troubled Water, By Will Rice

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Has a man made disaster ever struck your home waters? If not, here is how it looks, here is how it smells… and here is how it feels. Our friend Will Rice has been writing about the situation down on … Continue reading

Fly Rod Review: On the Water with Sage ESN

ESN - Nymph fly Rod - Sage Fly Fishing

We receive a great deal of questions about our new ESN (European Style Nymphing) fly rods. If you want to learn more, read this review by Kirk Deeter from MidCurrent.