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Check out our exclusive on the water technical reviews
Affordable and high performance was hard to find before TFO came on to the rod scene. Now you can have both.
Terminal means stuff that is fairly often lost to the river...leader stuff, swivels, etc.
Thermometers are a necessary tool to determine hatch conditions and fish activity. An essential tool for the serious angler.
We carry a nice selection of dry flies, hex flies, and attractor patterns perfect for trout fishing.
Tube flies are increasing in popularity.
This is one amazing tool that you simply use in your current fly tying vise. Click on and read more about it...
Temple Fork BVK Rods
A fast action rod series designed for presentation and distance, the BVK series combines strength and power--and affordability.
The new Clouser series fly rods are lighter, stronger, and faster. Powerful enough for casting weighted lines and wind-resistant flies, yet delicate enough to protect fine leaders, the Clouser rods are perfect for every species from trout to false albacore. With so much performance and versatility, the new Clouser series is certain to improve the efficiency and enjoyment of every angler.
Renowned two-handed experts, Mike Kinney and Bob Meiser, have combined their expertise to create the Deer Creek Switch Rod Series.
Consistent with TFO's tradition of offering high-performance gear at an affordable price, the new Prism Cast Large Arbor Reels are made from cast aluminum with a cork disc drag and a one-way clutch bearing for instant drag engagement.
Smooth casting, powerful medium fast action rods.
For the angler looking for a reel that is as adventurous and dependable as they are, look no further than the NEW Atoll Reel Series from Temple Fork Outfitters.
A great searching fly, but this fly is a killer for Brook Trout
These strike indicators are easy to attach and adjust and stay in place on your lines.
This Thingamabobber includes a jam stop to prevent the strike indicator from slipping.
Step up to the plate and give this rod a cast! This fast action rod will throw a tight loop and carry line like no other rod for the money.
"I would certainly rate this as one of the very best eight weight rods I have ever cast."-- Lefty Kreh
Every guide on our staff uses this nail knot tool.
Transitional Steelhead by Matt Barthels
If you are like me, you are starting to dream of spring, warmer weather, and of course, steelhead. Spring may still seem a long way off with the recent arctic blasts we have been experiencing, but within the next month, things should start to break free of winter's grip and our steelhead will start acting accordingly.
Tying the Blood Knot by Ray Schmidt
Step-by-step instructions for tying a blood knot.
Temple Fork's Deer Creek Spey 13' 7/8 Wt. by Jim Haeck
Our fly shop guy Jim Haeck tell you what he thinks about his new Deer Creek Series Spey Rod.
The Giant Mayfly Hex Hatch by Ray Scmidt
The Hexagenia Limbata hatches in mid-June to mid-July.
The Hex Hatch by Brent Borcherdt
Brent Borcherdt has big bugs on the brain! You probably do too if you have ever fished the hex hatch. Brent lays out some tips that will help you have a successful nighttime fishing experience.
Trout Gurgler by John Gouker
Our guide John Gouker experimented with the traditional Gartside Gurgler, and found that this fly is a trout magnet.