Way back when….March of this year, we announced an amazing opportunity from Fall River Flyrods for anglers across the country to be part of a traveling Bamboo Fly Rod that would ultimately be given away to one of the participants.
A Video Refresher:
The time for the giveaway has finally arrived!
This Sunday, via Google Hangout, the group will be gathering online for a live giveaway. It will be one amazing Christmas present for one lucky angler and I’ll announce who ultimately won the grand prize here at the OBN on Monday.
Until then, I wanted to spotlight all the amazing blog posts that have been done for this Fly Rod over the last year. Starting with:
From A Year on the Fly:
From The Naturalist’s Angle:
From of Dry Flies & Fat Tires:
From Arizona Wanderings:
From Fontinalis Rising:
From Waterdog Journal:
From Unaccomplished Angler:
From Brookfield Angler:
Thank you once again to Jason and Julie Zicha from Fall River Flyrods.
They have both been an active participants in this promotion from day one and we owe them a huge dose of gratitude for bringing such an amazing opportunity to so many. The Bamboo fly rod is one of a kind and so are they.
Fall River FlyRods recently had a big move to Utah that we wanted to share with everyone as well. A Note from them:
You may or may not be familiar with a shop here called Four Seasons Fly Fishers but the fine folks at Four Seasons are our new partners in crime. It is the quintessential Utah fly shop; it’s about 7 miles past Park City and the shop itself is less than a mile away from the Middle Provo river. Four Seasons is the only game in town here and they have just extended enough area in their shop so that Jason can work there in it. Mark will be featuring our custom bamboo and graphite rods, along with adding a bamboo rod repair service and bamboo rod building classes. We’re super excited about it… Four Seasons gains an on-site custom builder and we gain a little street cred by having an actual brick and mortar retail outlet.
Congrats Jason and Julie for a great move….although I have to say, we (me) here in Idaho are going to miss you!!