Fly fishing for Steelhead is an incredibly rewarding experience. However it is usually not without some suffering (if
you can call it that.) From the rainy coast of California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia to the freezing
reaches of the more inland rivers, Steelhead inhabit some pretty extraordinary places. Steelheaders will endure some harsh
conditions to tie into a Steelhead. Here is collection of gear that is designed for and endorsed by the top Steelheading
guides in Pacific North West.
Fly fishers, especially those who ply cold waters for the fish they hope to hook up with, usually have to get wet to get on their quarry. Waders have been around in some form or another for a long time now and are as part of the mythology of fly fishing as creel, rod, reel, and the flies themselves. Today's modern wader designs employ high tech materials, innovative construction, and athletic tailoring designed to not only protect you from the elements, but to help you stay as comfortable and safe as possible when you're in the river, wading the flat, or trying to stay dry on the boat. At Lost Coast Outfitters, we think an appropriate pair of waders can mean the difference between a good day of fishing and a great one. That's why we offer the very best waders from Simms Fishing Products, Redington, and Patagonia. Waders play a central part of the fly fishing game, so why scrimp on your own safety, comfort, and fun?