Fly Club T-Shirt

 
This t-shirt is everything you've dreamed of and more. It feels soft and lightweight, with the right amount of stretch. It's comfortable and flattering for both men and women.

• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (heather colors contain polyester)
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz (142 g/m2)
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Side-seamed

The Male model is wearing a size M. He's 6.2 feet (190 cm) tall, chest circumference 37.7" (96 cm), waist circumference 33.4" (85 cm).
The female model is wearing a size M. She's 5.8 feet (178 cm) tall, chest circumference 34.6" (88 cm), waist circumference 27.16" (69 cm), hip circumference 37.7" (96cm).

Size guide

  S M L XL 2XL
Length (inches) 28 29 30 31 32
Width (inches) 18 20 22 24 26

Collections: Merch

Included Rivers

High Flow Feather River

High Flow Feather River

If there was ever a California river to fly under the radar, it's the well known but poorly understood High Flow section of the Feather. A compliment to the better known Low Flow section, the High Flow zone is a steelheader's dream, and an incredible place to stick fish and work on your technique before moving onto more challenging rivers. High numbers of adult and halfpounders hit the net on the High Flow, and the easy access from the levee roads that parallel the river make access easy.

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East Walker River

East Walker River

The East Walker river begins with the outflow at the Bridgeport Reservoir and meanders through gentle bends and quick riffles before hitting the Nevada state line and continuing it's journey into the desert. Prolific aquatic insect life equals an abundance of incredible fish, and Highway 168 borders the river for most of its length making this fishery highly accessible and popular. While it's a decently long haul from Sacramento and the Bay area, spending a couple days on the East Walker is an incredibly memorable and enjoyable experience for anglers at all levels.

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East Carson River

East Carson River

COMING SOON.

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Lower Yuba River

Lower Yuba River

Also known as the Yuba Goldfields, the Lower Yuba's consistently cold water feeds one of the best low elevation wild trout rivers in the West. Access at the Highway 20 bridge provides as many miles of fishable water as an angler wants to commit to. There's more fight in a 12" Yuba 'bow than in most fish twice their size, but with limited cover on the banks and lots of year round pressure, these fish don't give themselves up easily.

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North Feather River

North Feather River

The North Feather parallels highway for its duration from the mouth of Lake Oroville to its origin at Lake Almanor with numerous creeks feeding it and swelling its size along the way. With abundant rainbow trout and limited access, most of the North Feather is still unexplored and holds endless opportunities for anglers willing to put in the work to find them.

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Putah Creek

Putah Creek

Putah creek remains a somewhat mystery that has frustrated even the most seasoned anglers for years. With its close proximity to Sacramento and San Francisco, trophy sized rainbow trout, and beautiful scenery, you'd think pictures of grip and grins with huge fish would be flooding social media day in and day out. Not the case. Notoriously fickle and hatch specific, these wary rainbows don't give themselves up easily, and the terrain isn't always as gentle and inviting as it looks. While technically open all year, we stay off the river December through February to allow fish to spawn and continue to populate this amazing wild trout fishery. 

 

 

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North Yuba River

North Yuba River

The North Yuba river holds a special place in every angler's heart who have had a chance to experience it. A true high elevation trout stream, this gem of the Sierra Mountains is packed with aggressive rainbows more than willing to pounce on a dry fly. Best experienced in the summer while wet wading and plucking abundant blackberries along the way, if there was ever a Field of Dreams for trout streams, this would be it.

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Little Truckee River

Little Truckee River

The Little Truckee River is sacred water for many. A short meandering stream winding its way between Stampede and Boca reservoirs, the Little Truckee river holds surprisingly large fish, and an equally surprising number of them. Easy terrain and convenient access also means crowds, bit with a bit of planning, and a little respect for other anglers, it's very possible to have your own slice of paradise on the water.

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Feather River

Feather River

The "Feather River" is the final output after all three branches of the upper Feather system (North Feather, Middle Feather and South Feather) combine into Lake Oroville, and then release and wind through the Oroville Wildlife Area. Serving as key steelhead and salmon grounds, the Feather River offers hard fighting sea run rainbows in an accessible and still wild landscape.

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Truckee River

Truckee River

Spilling out of Lake Tahoe, the Truckee river meanders through the town of Truckee and winds through the Sierras before terminating into Pyramid Lake. With a healthy population of wild rainbow and brown trout, incredible scenery and easy access, the Truckee river is a true gem of the West.

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