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General announcements from Schmidt Outfitters
Argentina is a special place, from the Golden Dorado of the North to the giant Browns of Patagonia.
Expand your fly fishing art collection. We carry an assortment of paintings, wood carvings, and more.
The Au Sable River in Michigan runs approximately 140 miles (225 km) through the northern Lower Peninsula, through the towns of Grayling and Mio, and enters Lake Huron at Oscoda. It is considered one of the best brown trout fisheries east of the Rocky Mountains.
If you're looking for a line that casts like a Skagit Compact, but wishes like a straight floater, the Rage Compact is the line you're looking for.
Skagit lines were originally developed by the steelhead rats of the Pacific northwest to get flies in front of fish regardless of environment. These short, high power heads have the ability to make a cast in tight confined spaces, which often means the difference between success and failure. As with any line, the shorter the head, the more critical the weight.
The Skagit Intermediate gets you below the surface and into more even, mid-strata flows, allowing for a smoother, more direct fly presentation.
Protect your stripping fingers from fly line abrasion and clean the line at the same time with the patented Stripee.
Don't use your teeth to trim tippet--use a nipper
This translucent and reflective trilobal fiber adds sparkle to any fly body. Use by itself or blend with other dubbing.
Multi trilobal filaments in a single strand yarn with bright highlights used for parachutes. Overbodies, legs, tails, and trailing shucks. Similar to Z-Lon.
Soft, lively hair popular for small streamers and salmon flies.
A sparkling 3 strand acylic yarn with many uses, especially good for caddis pupae and crab patterns.
A perfect blend of guard hair and soft underfur combined to make this an awesome nymph dubbing.
Albright Knot by
This knot is most often used to tie backing to a fly line.
Aquatic Entomology For Beginners by Schmidt Outfitters
Knowing which fly to choose to "match the hatch" is important. Read this little biology refresher course to reacquaint yourself with aquatic insect life.
Arbor Knot by
This is one of several knots that can be used to tie the backing to the fly reel.