SOUTHERN BELIZE FLY TYING INITIATIVE
By Dave Fason Tying flies is something most anglers enjoy doing. The ability to use your imagination to create something that will in return catch fish is invaluable as an angler. I take for granted that I can purchase materials and tools needed so easily. This is not the case...
LOON OUTDOORS x 1% FOR THE PLANET
ASHLAND, ORE (September 24, 2019) – Loon cares. It cares deeply about people, places, and its products, which is why it recently joined 1% For The Planet. By donating one percent of its gross sales each year, Loon shows how dedicated it is to build its brand around caring. “1% for...
THE RIVER BRINGS EVERYTHING
Between 1918 and 1965 five dams were built on the Klamath River, cutting off access to the upstream spawning habitat for Steelhead, lamprey and five species of Pacific Salmon. Now, they are getting ready to be removed.
3 GO TO FLIES FOR FALL
Fall can be some of the best fishing of the year. Here are three go to flies for your fall fishing adventures.
FLUORESCING: WHY IT'S IMPORTANT AND HOW TO USE IT
Fluorescing materials absorb underwater light and make flies more visible to fish. Learn more about why fluorescing is important and how it works.
A LAST STAND FOR BRISTOL BAY, ALASKA
Bristol Bay is the most productive wild salmon ecosystem in the world. How can we help protect it?
5 WAYS TO BECOME A BETTER FLY TYER
Is it time to become a better fly tyer? Regardless of where you are in your tying journey, take heart. This list is for you!
We’re proud of our northwest heritage, and it was an honor to be profiled by 1859 Magazine the Oregon-focused lifestyle magazine.
THIS IS FLY
The article that appeared in This is Fly affirmed what we already knew about Matt from Loon Live: he's a phenomenal tyer, a great entertainer, and one of the most entertaining personalities in our sport.
The fine folks at Entrepreneur took notice of how awesome it is, and wrote a nice little piece on Loon Live.
BEHIND THE SCENES
We lifted the curtain, turned on the cameras, and hopefully gave an honest take about Loon and what makes us tick.