Creating the most exciting travel adventures found anywhere in the world.

 

At Sweet Waters Adventure, we want to keep our attention honed on the business we know best – creating for our clients the most exciting travel adventures found anywhere in the world. As serious fishermen and hunters ourselves, we know when to take the job on personally and when to partner with an excellent resource. When it comes to the perfect gear for the task at hand, we always turn to companies that provide quality products.

The truth is, travel is expensive. The tackle you choose and the clothes you wear can be as important in determining how successful and comfortable you are on your trip as the fish and the location you select. Sweet Waters Adventure is proud to be able to provide our customers with quality products at fair prices. Think of it as an added value for being a loyal customer. We make it easy to purchase items you need to gear up for your next fishing trip. Click on the following companies – go to their corporate website and decide what you want. Call or email me with the name of the product and product number, it’s that easy. The items will be drop–shipped to you directly from the manufacturer for you can gear up your adventure.

If you have any questions about the products or, need advice about which products work best in a particular situation, please call and we will be more than happy to help in any way. If we don’t have the answer, we know how to find it.

Make Sweet Waters Adventure your first and last stop for all of your fly-fishing equipment needs. Just pick up the phone and dial (251) 633–6330 or email me at jim@sweetwatersadventure.com

 

Rio Products

For more than 20 years, RIO has demonstrated passion, innovation and a pure love for the sport through its development of the industry’s highest performance fly lines. And the great news is, we will continue to research, design and refine our products to ensure they are your preferred line of choice for years to come.

 

Sage Fly Rods

Sage continues to innovate, pushing the boundaries of performance. We have invested decades of research and design and coupled the results with the experience of testing our products around the globe. Everything we do is done with one goal in mind: Mastering the art and science of fly fishing.

 

Redington

Dedicated to making fly fishing more fun, Redington has always focused on making quality gear to make spending time on the water that much more enjoyable.

Redington was founded in 1992 and has always brought innovative and performance driven products to the market; always at a tremendous value to anglers worldwide. We believe that good quality doesn’t have to mean over–priced. From experienced anglers to beginners just getting their feet wet for the first time, we give you what they want. Every time.

 

Farlex Reels

Just like transitioning from a single hand rod to a Spey/Double handed rod there was a learning curve on the reels. What is marketed for Steelhead and Salmon are large reels most often with drags whether cork, composite or other; they are usually overkill. It took me some time to realize that drags, when set too tight, often popped the fish instantly or over the course of a battle, or to light and the reel would free spool resulting in a mess. What I found was the drag needed to be just tight enough to prevent the reel from free spooling on a hot running fish. In the process of this experience I was introduced to Hardy gear–and–pawl (GP) reels and immensely enjoyed the tactile experience, the noise the reel made on a hot running fish really added to the experience. Also, it became obvious that the GP reels were adequate to prevent free spool. Secondarily, most modern reels are large arbor and typically 5” in diameter, I find these larger diameter reels to be a bit annoying during certain cast like the double spey and snake roll as they create some undesirable axial pendulum action to the cast. My preference is a more compact wider reel that minimizes the effect.

 

Tibor Fly Reels

No matter how technological the fishing industry becomes, it’s nice to know it still holds a place for the timeless values of integrity and Old World craftsmanship. In the world of fly fishing, that place is occupied by legends like Billy Pate, Lefty Kreh and a Hungarian tool and die master with a passion for fly fishing and a gift for reel design: Tibor “Ted” Juracsik.

 

Einarsson Fly Fishing

Einarsson Fly Fishing is born out of the fanatical pursuit of fly fishing and a passion for exemplary engineering. The pedigree of this company is firmly rooted in 25 years of manual and automated machining/engineering combined with a lifetime of fly fishing and guiding in the best Atlantic salmon Rivers of Iceland. Based in Isafjordur nestled in the fjord lands of north western Iceland, ‘Einarsson Fly Fishing’ captures the very essence of artisan principles while embracing the latest innovations and cutting edge technologies in design and manufacturing.

 

Aqua Flies

Aqua Flies is a company committed to tying the finest flies on earth. Only the highest quality fly tying materials are used: Gamakatsu hooks, Whiting Farms feathers, Waddington Shanks. Each fly is hand tied by the most experienced commercial fly tiers in the business and passes through stringent quality inspection.

The people behind Aqua Flies are dedicated fly tiers and fly fishermen who understand how to utilize top–notch materials, correct proportions, and precise tying methods to produce a superior product. We know the difference between a fly that will catch fish and one that just looks good at the vice. We have a history and depth of experience that enables us to combine proven tradition with unequaled innovation.

 

Simms Fishing Products

Simms is a brand founded on the pillars of innovation. It was the brainchild of visionary angler John Simms who saw a need to develop better waders and accessories than what was then available on the market. That quest led to the development of Simms Fishing Products in 1980. During that era, Simms was one of the first companies worldwide to introduce neoprene waders, which provided enhanced warmth and waterproofing armor for serious anglers pushing the limits of their fishing pursuits.

The brand continued to progress under the Jackson–based Life–Link International banner through the ’80s. But it took a giant leap in 1993, when current owner, K.C. Walsh, a passionate angler and entrepreneur, acquired the company and relocated it to Bozeman. Walsh grew up in a flyfishing family and it was his life–long dream to live, and work, and play in Montana.

 

 

At Sweet Waters Adventure, every excursion is customized to your unique requirements.

There are no “canned” adventures. You wouldn’t want it any other way. Once we’ve designed the perfect getaway for you and your family or your fishing buddies, we’ll nail down every detail including pricing options. Your choice of accommodations and activities determine your final costs. We’ll work closely with you to meet your specific requirements and desires. Of course, every adventure varies according to your length of stay, types of activities, and the season.

You’ll be amazed that most of our quotes will be turned around in less than 24 hours. Few other adventure companies can back that claim up with real results. But here’s the most important benefit for you to remember – our services are completely free to our clients. At Sweet Waters Adventure, we have developed contacts around the globe that will offer the lone adventurer, family, or group action-packed days, some of the finest cuisine served up anywhere, and the assurance of comfortable nights. Not to mention enough life-affirming experiences to guarantee a future full of priceless memories. Tell us your dreams. We’ll help them come true.
 

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