What to Bring

Here is a brief list of some items to bring with you for your fly-fishing trip.

  • Polarized Glasses: If you do not already own a pair – BUY A PAIR! It makes all the difference in the world. A cheap pair  will work just fine!
  • Change of Clothes: Just in case your current clothing gets wet (happens rarely).
  • Extra Thick Socks – Wool or PolyPro – NOT cotton. Your feet are going to be in the water (safe and dry in waders and boots-but the water can be chilly). Keep them toasty with warmer socks and you will be more comfortable.
  • Waterproof Camera: Nothing adds credibility to your stories more than having a photo to support it. If not, you’re left with tall fish tales. If you’re bringing your cell, be sure to put it in a well-sealed baggy or plastic case. 
  •  Dark Clothing- You want to blend in with what the fish see above the water. Dark Greens, Browns, Camo, etc. You do not want to spook the fish. Loose warm pants (yoga pants, etc) are best to wear under your waders. Jeans are definitely not recommended. 
  • Sunscreen/Insect repellent – Highly recommend environmentally friendly! Let’s not poison the fish!
  • Rain Jacket/Layers  – For obvious reasons – to make you as comfortable as possible.
  • Hat – A cap with a brim works best.
  • Cash –  to tip your wonderful, professional and talented Guides! (its customary to tip your guide in fly fishing world).