Fly Fishing in Camouflage?


Fly Fishing in Camo

You may think that we are off our rocker with this one, but we have an explanation. On a recent hunting trip in Wyoming, our Editor-in-Chief J. Townsend stumbled upon the most inviting trout stream cutting through the middle of the land they were hunting. After the morning hunt, he decided to shrug off his hunting pack and break out the fly rod in an attempt to catch dinner.

There are a couple really awesome components here at work which eventually led to some success. Justin is dressed from head to toe in the First Lite Fusion Camo Pattern. As many of you know, Harvesting Nature partnered with First Lite this year because of the quality and dependability of their products. Many of our writers were fans of First Lite even before the partnership and continue to rely on that same clothing to drive them towards success in the field.

Visit the First Lite website and learn more about these amazing products.

The other amazing component to this story is the hat that sits atop Justin’s head. This hat is our Leather Patch Fly Fishing hat which is a Harvesting Nature exclusive designed specifically for our fly fishing fans. We can tell you that this hat is rugged. It can be put through the elements and is still as comfortable as the first day you put it on. It has a olive green cloth front, a tan mesh back, and sports a saddle colored leather patch embossed with a Elk Hair Caddis Fly. If you want a quality hat that will keep the sun off of your head while keeping you cool, then this is the hat for you!

Use Discount Code HAT2015 to Get 20% off all Harvesting Nature hats!

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Justin Townsend

Justin (Choctaw) is an avid hunter, angler, and chef whose passions for the outdoors lead him to create Harvesting Nature in 2011. He continues to hunt, fish, and cook all while sharing his experiences with others through film, on podcasts, in print, and with recipes. He also proudly serves in the United States Coast Guard in Key West, FL.

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