Central Coast Fly Fishing Announces The Perfect Gift For The Fly Fisher On Your Shopping List and a Holiday Food Drive to Support The Hope Center Four Legged Friends In Need
CARMEL, CA –Christmas is a wonderful time of the year unless you're having problems coming up with gift ideas. Fly fishing is an extremely popular sport and a good way to become one with nature. Here's a list of gift ideas... all under $50... which you can find at Central Coast Fly Fishing. They're perfect gifts for your fishing buddy, or as stocking stuffers... or even for yourself (so long as you've been good).
• Flies - You lucky dog, the top gift you can give a fly fisherman is a fly. Flies are the "lure" that go on the end of the line and are used to attract fish. Flies come in a variety of patterns. The most basic are dry flies and nymphs, which mimic insects that lives in streams and lakes and is considered fine dining by bass, trout and other fish. No gift will touch an angler's spirit (and keep them daydreaming about warm fishing days) like hand-crafted flies. Flies are only a couple dollars each!
• For that buddy who needs all the help he can get to stay organized, check out the Montana Fly Company "River Camo" Aluminum Fly Box...$39.95 to $49.95. Comes in eye-catching rainbow and brown trout colors. Who can resist?
• Practice your casting skills indoors and, at the same time, entertain your cat. The Form Game Rod was designed with beginners in mind. The 50" fly rod comes with a practice fly line, leader and yarn fly. Redington Form Game Rod...$39.95.
• Try Maxx HD Polarized Sunglasses, and you'll find they're much more than sun protection for your eyes... they're also fashion statements. The best polarized fishing glasses for under $20.
• Light up that fly fisherman’s life with the Princeton Tec "Impulse" Multi-Purpose LED Light for .$11.95. This small multi-task LED light that comes with 2 types of quick release options. Put one on every key chain, backpack, ball cap and book bag in the house!
From socks to fly boxes, to gizmos, and decorative doo-dads, you'll find a lot more than expensive rods and reels at your fly shop. No matter what is on your shopping list, or personal wish list (interested to know what's on some of your lists....), please consider stopping in to Central Coast Fly Fishing. For more information go to http://www.centralcoastflyfishing.com/
Don’t forget about the Central Coast Fly Fishing Four Legged Dog Concierge Daisy Mae! Throughout the month of December she will be holding a food drive for four legged friends in need. Bring a can or two or food or why not bring an entire bag and help Daisy Mae fill up 4 bins of food for the Hope Center during the month of December. The Hope Center’s mission is to establish a food pantry serving the Monterey Peninsula, helping our neighbors in need with supplemental groceries. The organization provides information regarding community services and empowers our children to make our world a better place. “We will serve any family in need and that includes their pets,” said Kim Lemaire, Executive Director. “When a family is hungry everyone suffers – mom, dad, the children and their pets.”
If that is not enough, stay tuned for the 12 “flies” of Christmas Facebook giveaway!
About Geoff Malloway, Central Coast Fly Fishing
Geoff Malloway never thought his first introduction to fly fishing in 1973 would be a gateway into a life enriched with outdoor adventures and the satisfaction of sharing his fly fishing passion with others. With a background in fisheries and wildlife management and teaching, Geoff is well suited to helping others experience the great outdoors with fly rod in hand. “I’ve come to realized that fly fishing isn’t about catching fish at all…it’s a catalyst for developing an appreciation for the natural world around us and deriving from it a sense of well-being. ”Since 1996, Geoff has owned Central Coast Fly Fishing, a full-service fly fishing specialties shop located in Carmel, CA.
Central Coast Fly Fishing located at 7172 Carmel Valley Road in Carmel. For more information go to www.centralcoastflyfishing.com.