Can you change as fast as the weather?
Cold Comfort Whether meticulously working every bucket in a winter steelhead run or casting for a late-season striper off Montauk, you need to keep weather out and warmth in. We’ve selected a collection of gear for stationary fishing in deep cold that keeps you on the water longer.
Stick and Move You can’t catch ‘em if they ain’t there, so you go to the fish — post-holing through powder, breaking trail and prospecting upstream. Our selection of gear for active fishing in wintry weather keeps you warm when you need it and whisks away sweat when your internal stove is cranking.
Take nothing with you.
The Micro Puff® Jacket

Our lightest, most packable insulated jacket ever

Early mornings and double handers. For never again having to choose between weight, space or warmth.

Our Wader Lineup
Middle Fork Packable Waders
Men’s Rio Gallegos Zip-Front Waders
Men’s Rio Gallegos Waders
Men’s Skeena River Waders
Men’s Rio Azul Waders
Women’s Spring River Waders
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As long as the river doesn’t go out, who cares about the weather? Jason Hale works into position for the perfect swing. North Umpqua, Oregon. AUSTIN TRIGG

The Tough Puff Hoody: stretch and abrasion resistance for the most challenging conditions.

Patagonia Fly Fishing Ambassador Mikael Frödin

Mikael Frödin

For the last 35 years, he has traveled the world as a salmon fishing professional, working as a fly tier and guide, giving speeches, coaching anglers of all levels, and running “Master Class” weeks in many countries.

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