Orvis Fly Fishing Rods: Only the Best

Seriously…does it get any better?  Admittedly, I’m not an avid fly-fisherman.  I’ve done it a few times on many different bodies of water (including the pool at the Georgia’s Governor’s Mansion, where Orvis was giving lessons) and loved it.  Most of my fishing is done with a spinner or bait caster.  I could really get into this, though.

Here’s some more incentive:




  1. 11/07/2014 / 7:53 PM

    I don’t fly fish, but I would really like to!

  2. 11/07/2014 / 7:54 PM

    I don’t fly fish, but I really would like to pick it up!

  3. Brad
    11/08/2014 / 10:38 AM

    I’ve fly fished my entire life and have my great-grandfathers bamboo fly rod. I worked in Yellowstone during my undergrad at UGA and had the pleasure of working for Orvis out of college. But, there are tons of companies that make rods that are on par or better than Orvis. I had a top of the line Orvis 5-weight that broke first use on the Hooch…haven’t used Orvis since. Check out Thomas & Thomas…the best.

  4. 11/15/2014 / 8:37 PM

    As an avid angler my entire life i must say; Brad makes a great point. I like Orvis as a company, and wear a lot of their gear but there are many other better companies for your fishing tackle. I have Orvis line on a 5 wt. that started fraying at the loop almost immediately, granted, I still use it today and it functions fine. Still, i would recommend Temple Fork Outfitters for your rod, and when its time, upgrade your reel to ROSS (USA)

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  6. 03/22/2020 / 11:15 PM

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