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Re: How far would you go for a flyrod/fly shop?

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Thanks everyone. It seems it may be worth my while to pay a visit to a few of these shops. I might make it out there in a couple of weekends once my schedule frees up a bit.

Posted on: 2012/12/6 7:08


Re: How far would you go for a flyrod/fly shop?

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I normally travel around 1/2 hour to 45 minutes to either two shops that are around the Philly area. Other than that if you want to count my reel and flies purchased up at Salmon River (5 hours drive) when I went up for steelheads that one day, that's ok.
Only a few of my flies purchased in the philly area would have worked up there. Sometimes you have to go to the local area fly shop to see what's best for that area.

Posted on: 2012/12/17 14:52
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Re: How far would you go for a flyrod/fly shop?

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...as far as I would to fish a decent stream. There could be one near by. Hit it on the way to or from the stream. but for JUST a shop. Only a couple minutes.

Posted on: 2012/12/18 14:02


Re: How far would you go for a flyrod/fly shop?

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FYI
FFP no longer carries SAGE
TCO state college has few SAGE models in the shop, but not all. The TCO website has practically the whole line. They may drop ship or have a greater variety at other locations. I would call first to see if they have what you are looking for on hand. they might be willing to transfer a rod or two from another store to that location for you.

Posted on: 2012/12/19 7:57



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