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Redington’s Elements: The Art of the Spey

Here’s the second installment of Redington’s video series called, Elements, which shows short clips that artfully describe what we love about fishing. If you’ve thrown spey rods you know what this one is all about. If you haven’t but want … Continue reading

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Redington’s Find Your Water: Tarpon

Winter here in Montana. But not everywhere. Check out this video from Redington’s Find Your Water series and maybe it will make you feel a little warmer, certainly jealous. But don’t sit there and whine about it. Mexico. Belize. Bahamas. … Continue reading

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Desert Gold: Carp on the Fly

Here’s another installment of Redington’s Find Your Water. Carp aren’t about to change my life, but they are a good option when I can’t fish steelhead and salmon, or streamer fish for big browns. This just shows that fishing is … Continue reading

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Best Products From the IFTD Show

A little belated here, but I thought all of you would want to know who won awards at the ICAST/IFTD show held in Las Vegas in early July. IFTD New Product Showcase Winners:

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Redington’s Sonic Pro Jacket

Got this jacket back in the summer and waited patiently for the fall weather to come in. But I didn’t get a chance to really see what it could do until I was in Quebec, fishing Atlantic salmon with Camp … Continue reading

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Tonic, Redington & Sage Geocache: Find it first

Want a new XL Redington shirt, plus a cool gray Redington hat, along with a couple Sage stickers and an Angler’s Tonic sticker? Here’s what you do. You get yourself a GPS if you don’t already own one, or you … Continue reading

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Fall Browns on Montana’s Madison River

Wind, gear-chuckers, and high afternoon sun? No worries—sink the hopper and slay. Walked upstram and found more of the same, but I did discover a few little sidechannels that must not have looked too good to the gear guys because I … Continue reading

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