Paragon offers a high-quality rod for backcountry focused anglers who need a lightweight setup that can handle abuse on the trail and alpine elements. Their lifetime warranty backs that quality. That means these rods can put as many miles on the trail as you can.
WetFly’s telescoping Komodo Creek Flex Tenkara rod has a medium/light action and extends to three different lengths. A telescoping rod means it can grow to fit anglers of any size and can be expanded for different fish and water.
At three and a half years old, McKenzie cares more about fish than too many adults. She embraces the experience of fishing with an open heart and doesn’t place her own needs above the animals in the wild or the fish in the water. That’s the kind of angler that I want to be.
Summer is only a couple of months away, and that means wet wading season. I can’t think of too many better things than wading through a cool river on a hot day with light tackle. If you’re looking for a lighter wet wading shoe for sand flats or small streams, check-out the new Danner Rivercomber.
The big question that seems to be on the mind of a lot of anglers is – Are these boots really worth $499? Or, can you get by with something cheaper? The answer to both questions is, yes.