Product Reviews

Jeff’s opinion and evaluation of various products related to fly fishing and other outdoor activities.

How To Install Goat Head Spikes On Your Wading Boots

The video that follows is short…but might just be an important one if you currently are wading with rubber wading boots. You will see me attaching Goat Head spikes to my Simms Wading Boots in an effort to be more stable while wading. If you have had issues with the rubber not being as safe […]

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Feather Craft Meat Locker Fly Box Review

The folks at Feather Craft in St.Louis, Missouri have a great line of products and they are my ‘go to’ for all my fly tying needs and materials…each time I call they go above and beyond the call of duty to help me find exactly what I need. I made a big spring order the […]

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Float Tubes And The New Voyager

I have been a float tube person for several years now and probably can boldly state that I logged about as many hours in the Creek Company’s ODC 420 as anyone. The progress and technology made in float tubes over the past 20 years has been remarkable to say the least. In the old days […]

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An Outdoor Camera

If you are like me and spend most of your time in the outdoors then you want to take note of a new series of cameras that are out there and ready for your use. This past June 11th I turned the big “50”! I am not a big person on gifts and have always […]

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Ross Reels and Ross Worldwide Alert

I have a few Ross rods and even a couple reels and have always liked the equipment. Recently, though, my Ross Flystart 1 spool began free-spooling while I was fishing. I took it home and removed 4 screws to find a small plastic bushing used to aid the drag system. I had yet another spool […]

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Twin Troller X10 (Part 2)

Last week I introduced you to my new boat…can’t say that without thinking of Forest Gump and his Shrimpin’ boat…he ended up naming her “Jenny, the most beautiful name in the world” and it sure was good luck, but for now I will just keep mine un-named and wait to see if “Vickie” pops up […]

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