Fish come and go but it is the memory of the afternoons on the stream that endure.
-E. Donnall Thomas
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Knots - Use our step by step instructions to get your knots right the first time.
Getting Started: Rigging and Outfitting- Get your gear rigged and ready before you hit the water.
Places - Read our state profiles and guides to the best fisheries around.
Recipes- Use our fly library to access recipes, step-by-step tying instructions and fishing tips for each pattern.
Tools and Materials- Fly tying is a complex world of tools and materials. Let us break it down for you.
Vise Reviews- Read about the different brands and models to find the best vise for your needs.
Rods- Read our fly rod reviews before making your next purchase.
Reels- Our fly reel reviews will help you sort through the overwhelming number of options.
Waders- Read our wader reviews if you want to stay dry and find the best value on the market.
Vests/Packs- Stay comfortable and organized on the water.
Fly Boxes- Storing and organizing flies is a challenge. We have some suggestions here.
Nets- It is a simple tool with some serious options. Check out the brands and reviews here.
Rafts- The fishing raft opens a world of access and opportunity. Get off on the right foot here.
Drift Boats- Float in comfort and style. The drift boat is a fantastic tool and we want to share the know how here.
Pontoons- Small, portable and capable of floating everything from lakes to whitewater. Check out our pontoon and one-man tips here.
Float Tubes- The tube and u-boat is a specialized tool for stillwater success.
Kayaks- Kayaks come in a variety of styles with a few that fit perfectly for fly fishing.
Canoes- The traditional boat still holds it's own as a master access and comfort on moving and still waters.
Montana Fly Fishing Guide Service - Take a guided trip on your next Montana fly fishing vacation.
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