Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Other Side of the River

Sage Fly Fishing - Leah Ricketts - River Snorkeling

(Photo: Leah Ricketts via Outside Online) Ever have the urge to just dive into that perfect pool and see what you are missing? Ya, us too. So why not not throw on a snorkel and explore every place you wish … Continue reading

Astonishing Numbers for Bristol Bay

Sage Fly Fishing - Save Bristol Bay

The country has spoken. 200,000 people took the time to submit comments on the EPA’s Watershed Assessment on Bristol Bay, AK. More impressively, 98% of them agreed with the EPA’s findings in opposing Pebble Mine. The Assessment concludes that Bristol … Continue reading

Sage Reinvents the Travel Rod Tube

Sage New Award Winning Technical Travel Rod Tube

July 25, 2012 (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) – Sage Manufacturing, fly-fishing industry leader, announces the release of the most innovative rod tube design in over 50 years. Sage’s new design transforms the traditional travel rod tube to set the new standard … Continue reading

Tune Your TV: Alaska Gold

Sage Fly Fishing - PBS/FRONTLINE - Alaska Gold

Your schedule for tomorrow night should be cleared. Across the country FRONTLINE, PBS’s acclaimed documentary series, will be airing an hour long special titled Alaska Gold. FRONTLINE which is praised for being “the last best hope for broadcast documentaries” is … Continue reading

Florida Bass Fishing with Jon Cave

Sage Fly Fishing - Jon Cave - Florida Bass

When it comes to fly-fishing for largemouth bass, Florida can’t be beat. The state is loaded with countless small ponds, marshes, lakes, streams, and other freshwater environments that are prime habitat for bass and it’s virtually impossible to drive very … Continue reading

“It Takes a Lot of Country”

Sage Fly Fishing - Mark Rutherford - Bristol Bay

Photo credit: (Mark Rutherford via Atlantic Magazine) Paul Greenberg, author of the New York Times best seller Four Fish and writer for the renowned Atlantic magazine, spent the last few weeks writing an article via satellite from Bristol Bay, Alaska. … Continue reading