Bass Fly-Fishing Collection

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Bass Fly-Fishing Clothing and Gear

Explore our Bass Collection to find the fly-fishing gear, clothing, and apparel made for targeting this exciting predator species. The expert angler will want to browse fly rods in our Helios line, designed for the finesse or power essential for casting to aggressive bass. Our Recon and Clearwater fly rods offer impressive performance at budget-friendly prices, ideal for the novice; choose the fly rod alone or opt for the convenience of an outfit, including the rod, reel, fly line and backing. Select the best fly-fishing line, leader, and tippet for bass; explore options from our PRO, Hydros, and Clearwater fly lines, engineered to present your fly where the bass are feeding. Stock your fly box and tie on the best fly patterns for bass: Our collection includes the proven imitation species, like poppers and streamers, effective at earning strikes from largemouth and smallmouth bass.

We include the wading boots, clothing, and outerwear you’ll need for every bass fly-fishing excursion. Our PRO line of fishing clothing for men and women includes lightweight UPF 50-rated hoodies, shirts, and fleece made for your day on the water, in seasons-spanning weights that promise comfort in punishing heat or for cool-weather fly fishing. Jackson Quick-Dry Pants and Shorts for men and women make your day casting to bass more comfortable with moisture-wicking and quick-drying fabric, and just-right stretch built in for the freedom of movement you need. Enjoy sure footing and comfort with wading boots or shoes from our Bass Collection, engineered with advanced technologies to offer traction on slippery surfaces, impressive stability, maximum arch support, and a lighter weight to minimize fatigue over long hours of hiking and fishing.

New to bass fly fishing? Try our one-day fly-fishing school in Harrisonburg, Virginia, and learn the basics, from fly-casting techniques to rod setup to fly selection to safely releasing fish.