Fishing Travel Packing Lists
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FISHING TRAVEL PACKING LISTS
Knowing what to bring on a fishing adventure is important. The following links will give you comprehensive information to help you pack your bags for your next fishing trip. Not all items are necessary for every trip. Some fishing lodges provide nearly everything you'll need, while others require you to bring a lot of items with you. It's always best to call or email if you have questions.
MEXICO - Baja Mexico
MEXICO - Yucatan
MEXICO - Mainland Bass Lakes
MONTANA - Flyfishing for rainbow trout, brown trout, and cutthroat trout on the many legendary Montana flyfishing streams.
OREGON - Sturgeon and salmon and steelhead oh my! Trout and bass galore.
PANAMA - The Pacific side is legendary for the biggest marlin in the hemisphere, sailfish, tuna, dorado, wahoo, and a host of other rod bending species!
WASHINGTON - Salmon, steelhead, trout and sturgeon!
FISHING TRAVEL GEAR FOR EVERY TRIP!!
Almost all of our lodges have excellent tackle for our clients to use.
People still sometimes like to bring their own equipment. In some cases, it's a good idea!
I recommend carrying at least one travel rod/reel with you in your carry-on luggage. Some airlines allow line on the reel, some will make you remove it at security. The best bet is to pack the fishing line or flyline in your checked bags.
Here are some items every traveler should have on EVERY trip!