Monthly Archives: June 2013

Sage’s New METHOD Fly Rod Series Combines Technology with Ultra-Fast Action

METHOD Fly Rod

METHOD Fly Rod Series Combines Technology with Ultra-Fast ActionJune 13, 2013 (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) – This summer, fly fishing industry leader, Sage Manufacturing announces the release of its 2014 premier collection of high performance rods called the METHOD series. These … Continue reading

Sage Reimagines Reel Design with the EVOKE

EVOKE

Sage Reimagines Reel Design with the EVOKEJune 17, 2013 (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) – Fly fishing industry leader, Sage Manufacturing, introduces a completely new reel design called the EVOKE. These reels provide anglers with all of the drag strength and adjustability … Continue reading

Two New Reels From Sage Offer Anglers Affordable Quality

reelweb

Two New Reels From Sage Offer Anglers Affordable QualityJune 13, 2013 (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) – This summer, fly fishing industry leader Sage Manufacturing reveals the 3200 and 2200 series, two new fully-featured fly reel designs offered at prices every angler … Continue reading

New Sage MOTIVE Rods Make Saltwater Fly Fishing More Accessible

MOTIVE Rod

New Sage MOTIVE Rods Make Saltwater Fly Fishing More AccessibleJune 13, 2013 (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) – As more and more anglers take to saltwater to expand their fly fishing experiences, industry leader Sage Manufacturing, introduces the MOTIVE fly rod series. … Continue reading

Travel Confidently with Sage’s New Fly Rod Tubes and Cases

fly rod tubes

Travel Confidently with Sage’s New Fly Rod Tubes and CasesJune 13, 2013 (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) – Fly fishing industry leader, Sage Manufacturing, offers anglers peace of mind with its redesigned Ballistic Rod Tubes and Traditional Rod Tubes. Updated in form … Continue reading

Hail To The Worm

ARGENTINA 2013 RIO MALLEO

HAIL TO THE WORM  By Cathy BeckHere I am on the Rio Malleo, which is perhaps the best dry fly river in all of Patagonia, and my Argentine/Italian guide Nicco is suggesting that I fish a worm. I can’t believe … Continue reading