Troubled Water, By Will Rice

Will Rice for Sage Fly Fish

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 the South Platte and Sand Creek that continues to evolve. This river is near and dear to a lot of anglers in Denver. Here’s the first entry in a three part series.
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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.
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Tres Valles, By Cathy Beck

Tres Valles - Cathy Beck - Sage Fly Fish

I woke up this morning to one of the most breathtaking views. From my bedroom window I look down on the lake at Tres Valles, which at the moment is reflecting the Patagonia Andes with snow covered peaks and rugged foothills that border the far side of the lake. The aroma of freshly brewed coffee beckons me to breakfast and I find the rest of our group of fishermen already seated and waiting for the fresh fruit, homeade bread and eggs that will follow.
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Typhoon DXL Boat Bag Review

Typhoon DXL Boat Bat

Shane over at Matador Network had a chance to take out the Sage Typhoon DXL Boat Bag. He put it through some tough tests and the Typhoon DXL passed on all accounts! Continue reading

Gear Preview: Deneki Checks Out Quest Insulated Hoody

Sage Fly Fishing - Andrew Bennett - Review

Our friend Andrew over at Deneki checked out our new Quest Softshell Insulated Hoody at the IFTD show last year. He liked what he saw and previewed it on his blog for all to see…

What makes it cool? Well, it’s a softshell hoody to start, which to us is one of the more practical pieces of angling clothing out there. Softshells shed non-Irene amounts of rain but stretch, breathe and are super-comfortable. Hoods protect your head from wind, bugs, errant casts, and your overly-chatty boat mate.

We couldn’t have said it better. Check out his entire post at his site: Deneki.com

Agua Boa Amazon, By Cathy Beck

Peacock Bass - Amazon - Barry Beck

Our guide, Daniel, turns the boat upriver leaving the dock behind and remarks that the water is high but it’s coming down. We stare in amazement as we take in just how high the water really is; t’s hard in some places to tell where the river ends and the Amazon jungle starts.
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