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Tackle and Gear Bags for Fly Fishing

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Fly Fishing Tackle and Gear Bags Ė shipped the SAME DAY - NO Sales Tax!

We have selected our fly rods, reels, lines, spare undies, extra set of reading glasses, a stocking cap, and have this equipment set out for the dayís fishing trip. Or maybe it is our pile of gear that we keep ready near the door in case we can escape at a momentís notice and flee to the river, lake, estuary, or open-ocean. We have found that the average shopping bag falls far short in the testing department in terms of convenience, water resistance, organizational ability, durability and - - - well, it just requires some technical specificity and experience to craft a first-rate fishing tackle and gear bag.

Guide Reviews and Video of Tackle and Gear Bags.

The Caddis Fly Shop inventories an excellent and diverse collection of water resistant, padded cases to protect fly fishing gear, from time to time featuring products including Sage, Fishpond, Ross, and William Joseph. These fly fishing tackle and gear bags range from boat bags, camera bags, and run the gamut to water resistant/proof boat tackle bags. We invite you to check out our gear bags and give us a call if you have something in mind that you donít see listed here. Patagonia, for example, revised products so often that we might have great Patagonia gear bags in the shop that wee donít have listed on the Internet catalog.

We have a great selection of fishing tackle gear bags sling tackle gear packs, and bags principally designed for boat transport of fishing tackle and gear. These durable and field tested waterproof fishing tackle bags by Fishpond, Simms, Sage, Patagonia, and William Joseph will deliver your tackle and gear in the condition you want it to be in when you get off the plane, step out of the boat into the river, or trek off into the woods.

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