Changes, delays, postponements have happened for a lot of things in the year 2020. Tax Day is no exception. If you’re lucky enough to receive a tax return on your hard-earned money, and you have free rein to spend it but you don’t know what to spend it on, we got you covered. Below is a list of some items to consider to burn some of that hard-earned duckets. If you didn’t receive a tax return, these are all things you should consider anyway.
Inspired by classic trout reels, the Sage Trout Reel applies classic reel design with modern components and materials. This reel sports two different colors and sizes range from 2 weight to an 8 weight for those big hefty trout.
A big box for a large number of flies. Because it is designed to use in a boat, in the outdoors, and is perfect for travel, the MFC Boat Box is a great accessory for anyone who fly fishes. It sports a variety of colors and has a variety of inserts (leaf) to accommodate a variety of situations.
Entertaining a variety of fish species from saltwater to fresh water, the Scott Sector fly rod, weight range from 6 to 12 weight rods, to cover a spectrum of species. Trout to Tuna, the Scott Sector is a high performance rod that combines modern technology, cutting edge performance to provide both power, range and accuracy in multitude of fishing situations.
The Rio Flats Pro line for saltwater is great. The Flats Pro lines have a variety of line type options:
- F or Floating- two floating color combinations: aqua/orange/sand for high visibility or gray/kelp/sand to be more incognito for fish that spook easily.
- F/I or Floating/ Intermediate Stealth Tip- this option is designed with 6′ of the clear intermediate line at the tip to be stealthy for short accurate casts.
- F/I or Floating/ Intermediate- a line with a 15ft clear intermediate tip for getting in the deeper flats.
- I or Intermediate- a full intermediate sinking tropical line made for saltwater.
The Simms Solarflex Hoody is comfortable, effective, and versatile. The Women’s version of the Solarflex doesn’t come in a BugStopper, but it should. That being said, the BugStopper Hoody for Women is rated 50 UPF. If you can say there is a downside to the Women’s BugStopper, is it is a thicker material than the Solarflex making it “less” versatile. Either way, they are very nice pieces to add to your fishing wardrobe.
You can’t deny nippers are an essential tool for fishing and it seems you should have more than one. If you are looking for a replacement or adding to your arsenal, the Umpqua Rivergrip Big Nip is a good option. The larger size makes it easy to use, yet small enough that it doesn’t get in the way. Standard features like a hook eye cleaner are included, but the best part is the rubberized grip making it easy to grip and use in cold and wet conditions.
The Sharktooth Line Cutter, Line Keeper is simply brilliant. Whose ever idea to put a razor cutter on a line tamer is genius. Rust proof so you can use it for saltwater and freshwater and comes in 3 different of sizes.