Steelhead driven. Trout, bass, and saltwater savvy.

Why buy from us?

Expertise.
The Fly Fishing Shop is a family business founded in 1981 by Patty Barnes and Mark Bachmann. We have been supplying the finest service and equipment to the most discriminating fly fishers for over 35 years. Our sales staff are seasoned guides and experienced fly fishers who field test the products we sell personally. Our expertise is what sets us apart; take advantage of our know-how and invaluable experience.

Selection.
We have a huge selection of all the things you need to make your day on the water a success. Just to start, there's over 50,000 flies in stock and 100+ different models of rods to choose from. Our selection of fly tying material is unparalleled. We have the latest and greatest gear, competitively priced. And if we don't have it, we can usually get it.

Convenience.
Whether you want to visit our store in person or shop with confidence online, we are all about convenience. We are open 362 days of the year and most in-stock items ship within two days.

Location.
Our store is located with easy access to many fine trout, bass, and shad waters plus numerous year-round steelhead and salmon rivers. Minutes from our door you can hook mint-bright steelhead any time of the year. In under an hour, you can fish four distinctively different watersheds with productive fishing year-round.

Store Hours:

Winter (November 1 through March 31) 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Summer
(April 1 through October 31) 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Aug132018

Long Belly, Scandi, Skagit, or Scandit for Two-hand Fly Rods?

by on Monday, August 13, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Long Belly, Scandi, Skagit, or Scandit? In the modern Spey methodology there are three main accepted philosophies or divisions dictated by the types of fly lines employed. There are traditional long belly lines that started their evolution before there were rod guides that would enable the shooting of fly line. When the sport of fly fishing began a fly line was simply tied to the end of a flexible pole. The longer the pole and the longer the line the further an angler could cast. The addition...

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