It’s a recurring question that is too often considered, but for good reason. Let’s face it, we’re all working the 9-5 grind, but the pursuit of our passions is what keeps the dream of the weekend warrior alive and well.
See how we hand sharpen and hand tune every pair of our tying scissors.
There’s a subtle but overpowering sense of inferiority when you’re buried in Alaska’s most untouched wilderness.
“Home is where you park it” became our creed, but one of our most memorable experiences came when we left our 80 square foot fortress behind.
Is it cold outside? Yes. Is the fishing any good? Maybe. So, should we go fly fishing? Absolutely!
We made good on our promises and the gamble, as it turned out, was a good one. The weather was perfect and the fish were in.
The Rigging Foams were developed because we know that changing flies fast means fishing more, and not-fishing less.
Where smooth lines, and an ergonomic shape unite two of our sports’ most indispensable tools: the nipper and the bottle opener.
You’re not fishing if you’re fiddling, searching, or asking “now where did that go?”. We set out do design the Tippet Stack as a solution to other, clumsier tippet storage systems.
We lifted the curtain, turned on the cameras, and hopefully gave an honest take about Loon and what makes us tick.
The fine folks at Entrepreneur took notice of how awesome it is, and wrote a nice little piece on Loon Live.
We’re proud of our northwest heritage, and it was an honor to be profiled by 1859 Magazine the Oregon-focused lifestyle magazine.
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.
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