Orvis Clearwater Fly Line Review

Typically when I write a review, I am doing so to promote a product that I have benefitted from. These items are ones that I have been pleased with, and am spreading the word about to hopefully help fellow anglers. In this case, however, I am writing to dissuade others from purchasing a product IContinue reading “Orvis Clearwater Fly Line Review”

Pelican Catch 100 Kayak Review

When I first started looking for a fishing kayak, I wanted to go big or go home. Peddle drive, fish finder, and more storage than the trunk of a car were all necessities in my mind. But then I noticed the price. And the weight. Finally, the dismayed look on my parents’ faces convinced meContinue reading “Pelican Catch 100 Kayak Review”

Eskimo Hand Auger Review

It seems like the life of my first auger has finally come to an end. With a missing handle cap, a cracked handle, and dull blades, I think next year I’ll have to splurge and get myself another one, especially if the ice conditions are anything like they were this year. That being said, IContinue reading “Eskimo Hand Auger Review”

Regal Medallion Series Vise Review

There comes a time in a fly tier’s “career” when they look to upgrade the simple tools they began with. For me, after a long time of using the cheap bobbins and vises I had amassed from various tying kits over the years, I decided to take my game up a notch this fall. ToContinue reading “Regal Medallion Series Vise Review”

My Favorite Rod and Reel: Cabela’s Fish Eagle and Shimano Sedona Combo Review

Does price really dictate quality? I had a thought this morning as I groggily rolled out of bed, realizing that I had an entire blog post to write: if you compared two rod and reel combos, one very pricey (greater than $250) and one much cheaper (under $100), would there be a difference in fish-catchingContinue reading “My Favorite Rod and Reel: Cabela’s Fish Eagle and Shimano Sedona Combo Review”