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Depending on the angler, most fly fishing will be short sessions at the bank and so you are less likely to cook a fry up like most carp anglers. (But if you are then check out the full cooking range!) The engaging, water-deep style of fly angling leaves anglers hungry more for the catch than for nutrients.

Although you are spending the day in your waders in the water, it is important to keep yourself hydrated especially during the fly fishing season where the sun is shining bright and the air is warmer. For this reason, we stock a range of cups, mugs, flasks and plates in our fly fishing cooking section.

An Angler's Guide to Fishing Cooking Equipment

What Equipment Do You NEED to Start Fly Fishing?

Pre-prepared food and drink supplies make angling by the coastline that much easier. A great way to stop a sandwich or cold drink from spoiling is by using one of the cool bags that we stock over in our luggage range. View them here. 

Great brands to look out for, especially when it comes to picking your flask is Yellowstone. This manufacture of flasks are great for containing hot or cold drinks throughout your day of fly fishing and many have the capacity to hold 1-1.5L of liquid as well as coming with a cup to make drinking quick and easy! Additionally, the Angling Direct Mugs are great for the average sizes brew, noodle pack or soup and are finished with the AD emblem.

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