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Leland Sonoma Traveler Outfit Review


OUR FLAGSHIP FLY FISHING OUTFIT


Experience the difference that a perfectly balanced, custom assembled rig can make with the Leland Sonoma Traveler. . . Read More.
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Specifications:

• Line Size: 5
• Length: 8 feet
• Sections: 4

• Reel: Leland Classic Trout
• Line: Leland Trout (WF5F)
• Leader: Leland Trout (9'5X)
• Blank Color: Matte Wine
• Reel Seat: Double-Uplocking Gunsmoke Anodized Aluminum
• Guides: Darkened chrome-plated light wire stainless steel

• Handle: Proprietary Leland Squeeze Grip
• Action: Adaptive, Fast
• Cordura Rod Tube



January 8, 2014 (Sonoma, CA): Regardless of the time of year, there's no better resolution than spending more time outdoors. If you're new to the sport of fly fishing, gaining experience is as easy as grabbing the Sonoma Traveler Outfit and a few flies and hitting the trail. But if you're an experienced angler looking for another quality rod to add to your lineup, you'll appreciate the ucompromising performance of the Sonoma Traveler Outfit.

Rods we stand behind: The Leland Sonoma Series has always been the cornerstone of our education program, designed for maximum efficiency, versatility, and intuitive casting. These are the rods that influenced the way we design fly tackle and informed how we teach the sport of fly fishing. From beginners to expert instructors, thousands of anglers have come to better know fly fishing through the Leland Sonoma fly rods.
 
The Sonoma Traveler 4-Piece Outfit is the most versatile edition yet, providing enjoyable and efficient fly fishing in a setup that's built to go everywhere you go. The Traveler Outfit embodies the best elements of what a quality fly fishing outfit should be: accurate and fun to cast with an efficient distribution of energy throughout fly rod to fly line. The Sonoma Traveler owes a lot of this performance to a rather unconventional 8-foot length. Few five-weight rods are built to this standard, but the shorter length allows the rod to be both exceptionally light and hugely powerful. The result is accurate, tight loops and effortless casting for every skill level.

Built with a purpose: The Sonoma Traveler fly rod is everything you'd expect from a Leland flagship rod. The premium cork custom-shaped grip, the highly figured wood insert and anodized double-uplocking reel seat, the chrome-plated stainless guides. It's matte finish means you won't spook fish and the aesthetics are superior to rods twice the price. Paired with the Leland Classic Reel - one of our best selling designs and a perfect blend of vintage and contemporary – and you've got a premier assembly of fly fishing gear.
 
But it's the way that these elements work in concert to provide outstanding control that sets the Sonoma Traveler Outfit apart. And of all these elements, the fly line is perhaps the most critical. Our Leland weight forward, five-weight floating fly line perfectly complements the efficient taper of the Sonoma Traveler. It allows for smooth casting and gives the kind of tailored performance that makes buying a balanced outfit worthwhile.

The rundown: Fly fishing gear shouldn't be complicated. Our Sonoma Traveler Outfit is a testament to what happens when the best attributes of today's fly fishing gear are simplified into one solution. It's a refined option for the angler that wants gear they can trust and the guarantee of the Leland name.


Pro Review - Leland's Casey Rolig

In a world full of “do it all” nine-foot five-weight fly rods, eight foot rods have become less and less common. But spend a day fishing with the Leland Sonoma Traveler Outfit, and you'll understand why other brands are missing out on a huge opportunity for fun and efficiency.
 
In hand, it feels lighter than just about any rod I've fished recently. But regardless of the actual weight, it's the reduction in “swing weight” provided by the shorter fly rod length that makes it not only feel lighter, it makes it more balanced. This shorter length of rod provides for naturally tighter loops of fly line, resulting is easy accuracy.
 
On a recent trip to Big Sur, California, I had a great time casting dry flies in tighter casting quarters. From close to medium-far, this balanced rod was a joy to cast and sensitive enough to land dry flies with ease. As a five weight, it still has ample line mass for efficiently delivering hopper dropper rigs when needed. It's also great as a nymph rig, but the trout were looking up so I was fishing dries. The fly line supplied is butter smooth. It seemed to have a softer finish than most “performance” fly lines of today. The line floats like a cork and my mends we nice and smooth.
 
Leland's Classic Trout Reel isn't just the correct size to accommodate my fly line and plenty of backing, it's also the correct weight to balance the entire outfit. Add to this a unique porting pattern that any grandfather would approve of and a classic click and pawl drag system and you've got a timeless fly reel. It also comes with a leather pouch for protecting this fine reel.
 
Wrap it all up and this outfit truly embodies what trout fly fishing is all about. Effortless, efficient, accurate casts are memorably provided by this balanced and beautiful outfit. Dry fly fishing and light nymphing are more enjoyable than ever and each fish is earned, not just caught. This four-piece outfit also comes with a nylon covered hard tube with integrated reel pouch for safe and easy transport.
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How to Fly Cast: Goals 1-5 Fly Casting Master Course
If you like to do things right, commit to all our fly casting goals. This is the ultimate fly fishing gift for yourself or any fly angler!
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How to Fly Cast: Goals 1-5 – Fly Casting Master Course



Complete this flight of fly casting goals and you'll be at the pinnacle of skilled casters...





Education

• Understanding all principles

• Air and water cast mastery

• All angles, all distances

Equipment

• Understanding balanced equipment

• Fly line tapers

• Efficient equipment solutions

Experience

• Mastering all fly casts

• Access to all waters

• Take private water with you, everywhere



For truly dedicated fly anglers, we offer our Master Cast fly casting package. The goal of this flight of fly casting courses is to give you complete mastery of fly line control. Upon completion, you'll have the principle-based skill set to control your fly fishing destiny. Accuracy, controlled distance and subtle pretensions will be yours at will. Wind will become irrelevant and the world of fly fishing possibilities will finally be exposed.



Butter smooth, efficient loops of fly line will leap effortlessly from your fly rod's tip, penetrate wind and present your fly exactly where you want it. Straight casts and curved casts will be yours for the picking and previously impossible casts to ungodly targets will become commonplace.



With these fly casting skills, you'll unlock the secret...that you can take “private water” with you anywhere you fish. Fishing guides will smile upon your first cast and you'll be escorted to more challenging waters, where the big fish live. You'll never rush to the river again, as you'll be fishing your own waters, with the fly casting skills that most anglers lack.



You'll no longer just catch fish on fly fishing tackle. Instead, you'll earn your fish by leveraging your casting principles to create a more than likely outcome...a fish you chose to catch. This subtle, but important difference will add immeasurable enjoyment to the sport you already love.



Fly fishing equipment will no longer just be a casual choice for you. It will become a confident solution to your fishing experience, as you'll understand the principles and physics behind an efficient and balanced fly fishing outfit, suited to your fly fishing desires.



Most importantly, you'll become a fly casting ambassador to this great sport. Your casting skills will be noticed by others. Questions will be asked. Should you choose, you'll have the ability to change other fly anglers' experiences.



Think about it, what other outdoor sport could you master in only ten hours of instruction and a bit of practice? If fly fishing is in your blood, we at Leland are here for you. If you give us your trust, focused attention and limited time, we promise you won't be disappointed. Give us a toll-free call at 866-672-1959 and we'll put a date on the calendar that will change your fly fishing life.

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How to Fly Cast: Goal 1 - Form a Loop
If you've ever wanted to fly fish or understand how to efficiently cast a fly rod, here's the place to start.
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How to Fly Cast: Goal 1 - Form a Loop



Efficiently forming a loop of fly line will unlock the magic of fly fishing.





Education

• Three principles of efficient fly casting

• Pulling fly line to a stop

• Forming an effective loop

Equipment

• Confirming your fly equipment is balanced

• Balancing your fly equipment, if possible

• Demonstrating balanced, efficient Leland equipment

Experience

• Confidence in fly casting and basic fly fishing

• Excitement for the sport of fly fishing

• Path to fly fishing success



Far more than just a fly casting demonstration, our best-selling product is a necessary component for you to truly enjoy the sport. Think of it as a welcome mat for anyone who's ever wanted to fly fish.



The defining attribute of our sport is the unique way we deliver our lure (the fly) using a weighted line (the fly line). The goal of this gathering is to give you the three (and only three) important principles of efficient fly line control for fly casts up to forty feet.



Our qualified staff will assist you in forming an elegant, efficient loop of fly line using a fully-balanced Leland fly fishing outfit. This essential skill will begin to unlock the magic of fly fishing. With it, you can begin to deliver your fly with control and accuracy, while celebrating the sport.




Efficient fly casting is is of course an important component of the sport of fly fishing, but there's more. We'll also cover some of the rudimentary principles of fishing. Nothing too deep in detail. Just enough fishing information to give you the confidence that you'll arrive stream-side with a good cast and a responsible understanding of fly fishing.



For two hours at our beautiful ranch, you'll have the undivided attention of a Leland staff member. Whether honing your fly cast, discussing the basics of fly fishing or reviewing the limited tackle required to participate, the goal is put you at ease, build confidence and responsibly prepare you for an enjoyable day on the water.



Don't put fly fishing off another year, start your journey correctly. Give us a toll-free call at 866-672-1959 and book your fly fishing experience at the Leland Ranch today. You won't be disappointed.

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How to Fly Cast: Goal 2 - Line Control
Fly casting goal 2 will expose you to complete fly line control. With it you can access fish other anglers cannot.
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How to Fly Cast: Goal 2 – Line Control



Controlling your fly line is the goal. Accuracy, efficiency and happiness on every cast is the payoff.





Education

• Pulling fly line from air

• Pulling fly line from water

• Fly line control at all angles

Equipment

• Confirming your fly equipment is balanced

• Balancing your fly equipment, if possible

• Demonstrating balanced, efficient Leland equipment

Experience

• Fly cast where others cannot

• Fish your fly where others cannot

• Catch fish others cannot



Leveraging what you've mastered from Goal 1 – Forming an efficient Loop, it's now time to add control to your fly casting game with fly casts up to forty feet.



Fly line control is imperative to fish catching success. Simply put, the world's greatest fly (if there actually was one) is nearly useless unless you can put it where you want it. We'll make sure you'll have the skill set to accurately place your fly where you wish.



Furthermore, with our proven casting principles, you'll be on your way to understanding how to fly cast in challenging situations that other anglers deem impossible. You'll be able to access waters (and the fish in these waters) that to other anglers, simply don't exist.



We call this approach, “private water casting.” In essence, there is private water within every public stream or river that is often unfished. We'll give you the principles, understanding and techniques to fish this untouched water and catch the best fish in the run.




Whether air casting or water casting, your fly fishing world will expand greatly. You won't have to rush to the public water. Instead, you can take your time and fish the waters you choose to fish and catch the fish that others only dream about.



It's time to raise the fly casting bar with fly line control and we're here to help you. Give us a toll-free call at 866-672-1959 and we'll put a date on your calendar that you'll never regret.

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Leland Reel Co. Sonoma Trout Fly Reel
The reel we pair with the Sonoma Rod in our educational packages: fully machined and anodized, with click-pawl drag technology.
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Fly reels have been built with click-pawl drag mechanisms since the earliest days of trout fishing because it is a maintenance-free, proven design. In the spirit of helping those anglers who are new to the sport connect with its history, we offer the Leland Sonoma Trout Fly Reel. A no nonsense fly fishing reel designed to hold 4-6 weight fly lines. It's fully machined from solid aluminum to provide years of service. The drag tension is tight enough to keep the line from over-running while stripping of line for casting. The exposed palming ring on the spool makes fighting fish easy. No drag to overtighten or loosen when you're new to the sport.
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  • Spool Diameter: 3 in.
  • Spool Width: 7/8 in. Internal / 1 1/4 in. External
  • Capacity: WF5F + 80 yds. 20#


    What's in a name? When we started Leland Reel Company and began designing our fly reels, we had a focused concept: to make fly reels "classic" again. We wanted to bring back the great days of fly fishing, when life was more carefree, less technical and simply enjoyable. We wanted to offer a fly reel that looked like the ones we dreamed about owning when we were younger - reels that spoke, visually, to the heritage of our sport. We wanted to create fly reels that were elemental in design yet relevant functionally, with contemporary materials and performance. At Leland Reel Company, we have almost three decades of retail customer interaction. We've listened to our customers and we've learned a thing or two. We know that our customers are losing confidence in their fly tackle purchases. They're uncertain if they really need all the perceived features of the latest and greatest fly reels, and they fear that their new fly reel will be replaced next season with something "better" that offers even more quantified performance. At Leland Reel Company, we're moving away from this, designing great fishing reels that work as intended and that will pass the test of time, not only on the stream but on the shelf, too. So come join us at Leland Reel Company, as we celebrate the sport of fly fishing.
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    How to Fly Cast: Goal 5 - Efficient Spey Casting
    Goal 5 will open your world of fly fishing with a two-handed fly rod. New waters, new fish, new experiences.
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    How to Fly Cast: Goal 5 – Efficient Two-Hand Fly Casting



    Efficiently casting a two-handed fly rod at all angles literally opens up your world of fly fishing





    Education

    • Two-handed water casting

    • Two-handed air casting

    • Changing casting angles

    Equipment

    • Confirming your fly equipment is balanced

    • Balancing your two-handed line system

    • Demonstrating balanced, efficient Leland two-handed equipment

    Experience

    • Cast at all angles

    • Access all waters

    • Catch more fish



    If you dream of chasing steelhead or salmon in broader rivers, nothing compares to the function and potential enjoyment of using a two-handed fly fishing outfit. These longer fly rods provide extra leverage and fly line “lift” allowing you to cast in extremely tight quarters and access fish that other single-hand fly casters only dream about.



    With the right information and equipment, you'll be able to comfortably and efficiently expand your fishing opportunities...and we've got it all waiting for you here at the Leland Ranch in Sonoma.



    With thirty years of experience in fly casting instruction, we've distilled the basic principles that are necessary for you to truly understand how to efficiently and enjoyably cast a balanced two-handed fly fishing outfit.



    With confidence and a new fly casting skill set, you'll begin to unlock the fishing potential that awaits you. You'll be able to cast in seemingly impossible conditions to waters that were previously unavailable to you...and catch fish that you only dreamed about.



    We'll also demystify the overwhelming choices available in two-handed fly line systems, giving you the understanding and confidence that you'll have the correct fly line for angling success.



    There's also a hidden secret to two-handed fly casting. Once you understand the basic principles of two-handed line dynamics, you'll apply them even when you're casting your single-handed fly rod.



    Let's expand your fly fishing world. Let's unlock untouched waters and give you access to even more trophy fish and memories. Let's get you efficiently casting a two-handed fly rod. Let's get you up to the Leland Ranch. Give us a toll-free call at 866-672-1959 and we'll begin your two-handed journey.

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    How to Fly Cast: Goal 3 - Efficient Distance Casting
    Goal 3 exposes you to efficient and controlled fly casting at distance. Almost every fish is now in reach.
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    How to Fly Cast: Goal 3 – Efficient Distance Casting



    Adding distance to any cast can increase your enjoyment of the sport...and earn you more fish!





    Education

    • Efficient, Controlled Distance

    • Shooting Line from Water

    • Shooting Line from Air

    Equipment

    • Confirming your fly equipment is balanced

    • Balancing your fly equipment, if possible

    • Demonstrating balanced, efficient Leland equipment

    Experience

    • Fly cast where others cannot

    • Fish your fly where others cannot

    • Catch fish others cannot



    When fly casters think about distance, far too often the focus is solely on the longest fly cast possible. To us at Leland, this is missing the point. Controlled distance is the real goal. With it, you can put your fly accurately where you want it, whether close, medium and of course, far.



    To reach out further with your fly cast, power is not the only consideration. Instead, efficiency and a well-formed loop are the necessary building blocks. Only when a loop of fly line is properly formed will it travel through the air with as little resistance as possible creating fly casts beyond forty feet.



    If you've visited us for our fly casting goals, 1 and 2, you're now ready for Goal 3. Leveraging our proven fly casting principles, we'll show you how to efficiently form a smooth fly line loop. We'll prove to you that you can cast in the wind and we'll provide you with the necessary skill set to reach out further with your fly cast than you ever thought possible,while still remaining accurate.



    With these casting skills wind will become far less relevant to your day on the water. You'll be able to access water that other anglers cannot touch and catch the fish that most fly casters only dream about. Beyond increasing your fish count, you'll add further enjoyment to this great sport. You'll celebrate each cast and catch.



    If you're ready to continue your fly fishing journey by upping your fly casting game. Give us a toll-free call at 866-672-1959. We'll get a date on your calendar for a visit to the Leland Ranch where we'll add controlled distance to your fly cast and value to your fly fishing experience.

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    Göran Andersson's Salmon School 2015
    You’re invited to join Göran Andersson, father of the underhand cast and the man responsible for countless innovations in tackle design, for his annual salmon school in Norway.
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    Salmon School 2015 on Norway's Verdal River

    Week 1: June TBD

    Week 2: June TBD / $1850

    Week 3: July TBD / $2015


    Booking, Questions & Inquiries

    Email: gwander@looptackle.se

    Email: goran@goranandersson.se


    Göran Andersson's Signature Rods

    Loop G.A. Signature Series Rods: Read the Review

    Atlantic Salmon Outfit: Purchase Here

    Double Hand Models: Purchase Here


    No one in the world has more experience fly fishing for Atlantic salmon than Göran Andersson. In his six decades on the water, Andersson's landed over 5,000 15+ pound Atlantic salmon while wading unassisted (he meticulously logs every fish in his journals). When you pair this with the fact that he pioneered the underhand cast and helped design some of fly fishing's most innovative gear, it's clear that this is more than just a fly fishing school.


    Spend a week with Andersson on his native waters, honing your cast and technique while bringing in salmon upwards of 30 pounds. It's a lifetime's worth of experience distilled into a week of comprehensive angling education. Leland's own Josh Frazier and Val Atkinson attended Andersson's 2013 school, returning with a new perspective not just on fishing for Atlantic salmon, but on what it means to learn from a master of the sport.




    The comprehensive course covers everything you'll need to be a better angler:


    - Master your underhand and overhand cast

    - Learn where to fish most effectively, no matter the conditions

    - How to control fly movement and fly depth

    - How to select and design patterns for every situation

    - How to select and construct shooting heads and custom running lines

    - Eliminate casting strain on your back, neck and shoulder

    - How to fight, land, and safely release large salmon


    The school is located on the Verdal River, 70km north of the airport in Trondheim Norway, and less than 50km from the Swedish border. Accommodations are provided by Ostnes Farm, including quaint two-bedroom cabins a short walk from the river. Teaching occurs for 4 hours each day in Swedish and English, and dinner is included in the price. 

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    Joshua Leland Frazier
    Josh is the owner of Leland Fly Fishing Outfitters, which he named after his grandfather, whose love of the sport was passed down to him through generations. Josh travels the world in pursuit of fish, but his favorite fishing holes are back at his roots in the small mountain streams of the Eastern Sierra. 
    - "I do anything that is needed to make it all work for my great employees and customers."
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    How did you get started fly fishing? What were/are your strongest fly fishing Influences? What was your most memorable or first fly fishing experience?

    While conventional fishing with my father on the banks of the San Joaquin each summer, I watched casters of those long rods paint the water with dry flies. These fly fishermen were free to search every nook of the stream for the native, colorful, and wily trout. I feared this type of angling freedom was not available to me. Luckily, driven by the legacy of my Grandfather and images of these "free" fly fishers, I challenged my apprehension and picked up a fly rod.

    What do you like to fish now? Explain How?

    Steelhead and Tarpon are the fish I travel for each year. I love the Florida Keys, in the off season, for specific permit, tarpon and bonefish trips. I will fish for anything that will come to a dry fly. A six inch golden, in its native water, rising to a dry fly is the best thing in the world.

    What is your fantasy trip? What do you see in the future

    Fishing any small stream in the golden state with my wife, two daughters and two dogs.

    Gear. What is your next purchase and why?

    We have just designed the coolest fly-fishing gear in the world. Stay Tuned. After 15 years in the industry, I had lost a lot of the excitement about gear. No longer. I want 5 of each!!

    What’s your favorite San Francisco spot? Why?

    Much to my wife’s dismay my favorite spot in San Francisco is Fishermen’s Wharf. Everyone there is on vacation, happy and visiting my city. Their smiling faces reminded me that I live in the best city in the world. I also like the Fishermen part of the Wharf.

    What music do you listen to when you hop in the truck and go fly fishing?

    I listen, exclusively, to Willie Nelson on my way to fishing. His songs are real and dusty, like the roads to the best fishing.

    What’s your ultimate fly fishing travel rig? A lifted van? A Range Rover? An F-350? Why?

    I have half of the rig. A 16 foot Airstream Bambi. I want a Sportsmobile 4WD with pop up, racks, storage and full sound in Yellow to pull it!

    Anything else we should know about you? School? Hometown? Other projects, interests, etc.?

    Joshua was born in Oxford, England and has lived in Maine, Boston, Toronto, upstate New York, and San Francisco. Josh is an avid fly fisherman who has fished near and far for much of his life. Josh graduated from Colgate University in Hamilton, New York in 1997 where he studied Economics. Following his graduation, Josh moved to the San Francisco Bay Area and began his work in the fly fishing industry with Orvis of San Francisco. In 1998, Josh left Orvis and joined the staff at San Francisco’s Fly Fishing Outfitters and in 1999 he took over the operation, renaming it Leland Fly Fishing Outfitters after his grandfather, Leland Frazier. Since then, Josh has successfully positioned himself and his growing business as innovators in fly fishing specialty retail and fly fishing education both in traditional and online channels. Josh continues to travel the world extensively in search of tarpon and steelhead. He is a Master certified fly casting instructor and is working on his master certifications in Spey casting. During the week, when not at the San Francisco shop, you can catch him teaching private casting lessons at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park Casting Ponds.

    Josh’s home is now in San Francisco, CA, where he lives with his wife, two daughters, and two dogs. In his free time, Josh enjoys learning guitar with his wife. He is also an avid soccer player who enjoys the competitive city leagues for which the Bay Area is famous.
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    About Leland Fly Fishing Outfitters

    Leland Fly Fishing Outfitters is a full-service fly shop that has provided anglers in the San Francisco Bay Area with top quality gear and education since 1985. As we continue to serve Bay Area anglers from our Sonoma Ranch, the Internet has given us the chance to extend our service to fly anglers across the planet, and that's an opportunity and privilege we're excited to have.

    Who is Leland Frazier?

    Leland is the grandfather I never met. Unfortunately he passed away before I was born, but through bed-time stories told by my father, his life, and most memorably his passion for fly fishing, were carried forward. A man whose face I only knew from black and white photos taken along the Owens River was slowly becoming a legend in my mind. As I grew older and came to understand that fly fishing was more than just a pastime, these photos and stories began to resonate. Sadly, I thought fly fishing was a mystery whose complexity and history had to be learned from a sage like my grandfather, a man who now only lived in lore and legend like the sport itself.

    While conventional fishing with my father on the banks of the San Joaquin each summer, I watched the wielders of long rods paint the water with their colored lines and dry flies. These fly fishermen were free to search every corner of the stream for the colorful, native trout. I feared this type of angling freedom was not available to me. Driven by the legacy of my grandfather and images of these "free" fly fishers, I challenged my apprehension and picked up a fly rod.

    Twenty years later I named my retail fly fishing business after this angling legend, Leland Frazier. This was an obvious and easy decision, as it was he who led me to fly fishing and his memory that lent me the courage to return to the river after those challenging days when I caught more trees on my back cast than fish on my forward cast.

    It's probably true that with Leland by my side it would have been easier to cover the water with my fly line and dry flies. I worked very hard to become a fly fisherman by reading, fishing, researching, and cornering anyone who knew anything about the sport. It was a long road, but I learned that with hard work, fly fishing, like anything in life, is attainable.

    We at Leland Fly Fishing Outfitters want to make it easy for you to become a fly fisher, as easy as if a wise grandfather were at your side every step of the way. I welcome and encourage you to let fly fishing connect you to your proud history, create history of your own, or perhaps give you the opportunity to fill your grandchildren with the same wonder, possibility, focus, and joy that Leland gives to me.

    – Josh Leland Frazier, Leland Fly Fishing Outfitters

     

    Let us know how we can help you with any part of your angling dreams and pursuits. Call 866-672-1959 or email us at info@FlyFishingOutfitters.com

    Feel free to LIVE CHAT with one of our experts.

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    Laurel Kohl Frazier
    My nickname used to be ‘Mama Leland’… and I would help out during the busy holiday season with order fulfillment and shipping, plan the holiday party and the like. Today the business has grown beyond Mama Leland. I’ve spent the past six years partnering with Josh to design and implement the Leland Fly Fishing Ranch, in Sonoma. It’s been very rewarding collaborating my passion for design and architecture with Josh’s dream of creating the best fly fishing educational facility.
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    detdesc::How you got started fly fishing? What were/are your strongest fly fishing Influences? What was your most memorable or first fly fishing experience?

    My first introduction to the art of fly fishing was my grandfather’s hand tied flies. Although we never ‘fly’ fished together, I remember his straw work hats adorned with his latest craft. It was my father who first took me fly fishing. I am the youngest of three daughters and became his fishing buddy by default. I can remember conventional fishing for big fish in small ponds when I was a child, but it was over ten years ago when we floated the middle-fork of the Salmon that I realized there was no greater reward than catching a fish on a fly.

    What do you like to fish now? Explain How?

    Now I like to fish whenever I can sneak away. This means an early evening on the Big Wood River while visiting family in Ketchum Idaho, or a morning on the flats boat casting to Bonefish while visiting family in the Florida Keys. Once our daughters are old enough to come along, I know I’ll find myself back on the water more often.

    What is your fantasy trip? What do you see in the future?

    I have many fantasy trips and fishing destinations I’d like to fit in, but one place I dream about getting back to, sooner than later, is New Zealand. Nine months after Josh and I met we traveled to NZ together, and fished all but three days during our three week stay. There’s truly nothing like flying in a helicopter to reach a fishing destination in the most dramatic of settings. It was on this same trip when Josh proposed… I guess I passed the test! New Zealand’s challenging sight fishing, makes it all the more rewarding.

    Gear. What is your next purchase and why?

    My next purchase is a rod from the new Leland Rod Company. I can’t wait to get my hands on the most well designed rod out there!

    What’s your favorite San Francisco spot? Why?

    My favorite San Francisco spot is Chrissy Field, down at the beach under the Golden Gate Bridge. Whether we’re picnicking, taking a walk, flying a kite, running the dogs, or simply watching the kite surfers … I continually have to pinch myself. How could we be so lucky to live within blocks of this beach with the Marin Headland’s in the background and iconic bridge in the foreground?

    What music do you listen to when you hop in the truck and go fly fishing?

    A dusty old Willie Nelson ‘tape’ that sits in the tape deck of our old truck. Truth is, it reminds me of long road trips with my family back in the day, in addition to road trips to the Sierra with Josh and Lillie, before we added two kids and another dog to the pack.

    What’s your ultimate fly fishing travel rig? A lifted van? A Range Rover? An F-350? Why?

    My ultimate travel rig is parked up at the Ranch in Sonoma. The old Tundra and our 16’ Airstream Bambi. The Airstream is designed to a T with all the modern amenities, and reminds me of staying in finest boutique hotel. The best part is you can drive it down any dirt road and tuck it in alongside the smallest of streams.

    Anything else we should know about you? School? Hometown? Other projects, interests, etc.?

    I grew up outside of Cleveland OH and went to Penn State University. After graduating in ’97, I moved to London, England and worked to travel all over Europe. I returned to the States and found myself in New York City. After almost three years working in website production I decided to pursue my passion for architecture and design and moved to San Francisco to attend the Academy of Art University. Shortly after graduating I started my own business and have enjoyed designing for both residential and commercial clients. The biggest and most rewarding project I’ve taken on is raising our two little girls, now three and just over one.
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    Tiemco Hooks: TMC 8089 Bronze, 25 PK, 2
    Tiemco's TMC 8089 fly tying hook is designed to carry lots of material and its straight eye and wide gape make it a standard choice for bass poppers.
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    Summary
    Tiemco's TMC 8089 is a professional grade fly tying hook designed specifically for tying bass popper fly patterns. This hook has a straight eye, a wide gape, and is constructed of fine wire all so you can easily tie in and spin loads of deer hair for your bass popping bugs! This attractive bronze hook is forged and will stand up to even the toughest bass hiding out near the weedy banks. The Tiemco TMC 8089 is available in hook sizes #2, #6, #10, and #12. Underhanded casts with popping bugs has never looked so good.



    Details
    - Straight eye

    - Fine wire

    - Wide gape

    - Forged

    - Bronze



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    - #2, #6, #10, and #12



    Uses
    - Bass poppers



    Leland on TMC 8089
    The professional bass fishing tour has energized the sport of bass fishing (not like it needed any help), and more and more anglers across the world from Japan to the United States are learning how thrilling bass fishing can be. Bass on a fly fishing rod can be the ultimate bass experience and if you want to get out there and land a big one, you'll need to stock a box of bass poppers. Tiemco knows and understands how bass fly fishers think and they've constructed a special fly tying hook for this group of dedicated fly anglers: meet the TMC 8089. This hook is designed with a straight eye, a wide gape, and fine wire to make spinning deer hair a breeze. Give this fly tying hook a whirl in your next Fruit Salad popper and see what comes to the surface in your favorite bass pond!



    Leland on Tiemco



    Since the company's founding on 1 December, 1969, Tiemco Limited has been designing and manufacturing superb fishing gear. In its nearly 50 years of operation, innovation, growth, and service, Teimco has accomplished a great deal for the fishing industry as a whole. From its perch in cosmopolitan and bustling Tokyo, Japan, Tiemco has introduced countless fishing products from tackle to clothing to fly and line floatant products. In 1976, Tiemco opened the first fly fishing school and education program in Japan's storied fishing history, helping the surge fly fishing's popularity among Japanese sporting enthusiasts.



    Today, among other creative and productive fishing enterprises, Tiemco has positioned itself as the World's leader in premium grade fly fishing hooks. Tiemco's consistent creativity and attention to detail shines clearly in the brilliant and functional designs of its premium fly tying hooks.



    From a design perspective, Tiemco has never missed the mark. Offering a range of hooks perfectly sized, weighted, and shaped for the widest variety of fly fishing situations, Tiemco has the most comprehensive line of fly tying hooks the market has ever witnessed. In addition to solid and functional design, Tiemco has never shied from technological advancement. Most recently Tiemco has introduced the chemically sharpened Super Point on it's best hooks. The Super Point series of hooks from Tiemco remain sharp hook up after hook up and are specially designed to pierce the mouth of even the toughest fish cleanly and quickly.



    Design aside, quality control is a top priority for Tiemco. Throughout our experiences at the fly tying bench, we've had the opportunity to tie tons of flies on tons of hooks. With Tiemco fly tying hooks, we've never cracked or snapped a shank, found a misshapen or unclosed hook eye, or found a tarnished or poorly finished hook. Period.



    From trout to tarpon, in freshwater or saltwater, for bass poppers or Micro Mayflies, we choose Tiemco hooks over the other competitor's best efforts. Teimco hooks are simply the best hooks we've ever clamped in our fly tying vises, and we think you'll agree.



    Tiemco on Tiemco



    "Tiemco's advanced method has revolutionized the design and manufacture of fly hooks. Tiemco has become the world-wide leader by introducing new hook styles that let flies appear more life-like and by pioneering new manufacturing processes, such as chemical sharpening that improve hook performance.



    Each year we add new hook designs, extending the range of our hooks to meet the expanding needs of innovative fly tyers.



    Each Tiemco hook style is designed specifically to satisfy the most demanding customers in the world: the fly tyers who depend on Tiemco hooks. Tiemco fly tying hooks are made with fly fishing in mind. And since a sharp, strong hook may be the single most important component in your fly fishing gear, we believe it makes perfect sense to choose the best hooks in the world!



    Think Tiemco!"
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