Tag Archives: Sage fly fishing

“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

Job Openings at Far Bank

Sage Fly Fishing - Far Bank - Job Openings

Winter time in Washington offers the steelhead angler a plethora of opportunities – enough to last a lifetime, let alone a season. During these winter months, it’s hard not to think about steelhead and spend most of your free time … Continue reading

CEO Travis Campbell on Bristol Bay

Sage Fly Fishing - Travis Campbell - Bristol Bay

As a fly fishing company we are a natural resource dependent business and, as such, it is in our best interest to help foster healthy fisheries, clean water, and abundant access. Simply stated, no fish, no fishing, no us. The … Continue reading

Undamming the Elwha

Sage Fly Fishing - Conservation - Elwha River

Nearly a year ago a partnership between KCTX 9 and EarthFix spawned a poignant documentary project on the undamming of the Elwha River. Last week the documentary was shown on Southern Oregon public television and is sure to be screened … Continue reading

Another Review, another fan: ONE Spey & Switch

Sage Fly Fishing - Product Reviews - Sage ONE Spey

Aaron at Powfly.org took some time to lay out a comprehensive review of the new Sage ONE spey & switch rods. As you may have guessed, he thought they were “phenomenal.” Every spey and switch rod series out there has … Continue reading

Typhoon Waist Pack Review

Sage Fly Fishing - Product Review - Typhoon Pack

Gear junkies at “Chucking Line and Chasing Tail” give you 11 reasons to get yourself a Typhoon Waist Pack. 2. While it’s big, it’s extremely scale-able. Put 3 full boxes and all your extras in and your good to go. … Continue reading