5 Accessories Every Angler Should Have
When it comes to accessories, these five are necessary to make the most out of your day fly fishing on Bozeman are rivers.
Hatch Nipper 3.0
It's a tough day on the river when you don't have a nipper. Your dentist would not approve of the grooves left in your teeth, a result of biting your tippet all day every day. A great nipper makes all the difference. The Hatch Nipper 3.0 has taken the nipper game to the next level. The 3.0 version builds on the excellence of previous models in terms of size and function with improved performance and durability. For someone that constantly seeks the highest level of gear performance, the Hatch Nipper 3.0 is a perfect fit.
High N Dry Floatants
Every angler knows how frustrating a poor performing floatant can be. Now fly fishers can keep their flies afloat with the environmental friendly High N Dry Floatants. Available in a gel, liquid, and powder they have a product to keep flies with any material afloat. All are priced from $9.99 to $11.99 and last a long time as long as you don't spill or lose them! For those that like to fly fish in an environmentally friendly fashion, High N Dry is a must have!
Fishpond Landing Nets
Fishpond Nets are the most durable, lightweight nets on the market. They are available in a multitude of sizes between boat nets and nets for minimalist fly fishers that spend the majority of their time in the backcountry. The deep rubber nets allow anglers to land big fish and keep them wet without damaging their ever important slime layer. $125.95 - $219.95
Fly Boxes come in all shapes and sizes for anglers' different fly storage systems. Our Bozeman fly shop currently has a huge selection of fly boxes from compartment boxes to slotted foam or rubber. Living out of pucks is a huge pain in the butt and a well-organized pack or boat bag keeps rigging time down and fishing time up. Develop your fly storage system and stick with it to catch more fish!
Reduce micro trash ditched on the river by having a spot to actually put it. A hugely overlooked piece of fly fishing, but important nonetheless, keeping trash out of the beautiful places we are fortunate enough to fish is wildly appreciated by all anglers.