NEW RELEASE for Spring 2018 “SUNFISH Lucky 13” from Fly Life Company.

Finally spring has arrived, and coincidentally and with much JOY the start of a new fishing season!  To celebrate we at Fly Life company have released our first T-shirt of our 2018 lineup. Introducing the “Sunfish Lucky 13” logo, offered on a super soft extremely durable tee, breathable, and light-weight, perfect for a long day…

SPRING is coming! Now what to fish for?

It’s been a long long, LONG winter and finally you watch the long range forecast and see double digit temperatures in the near future.  The itch is hitting hard!  It’s that time of year to take out your gear and finally hit your favorite waterways, but in a lot of areas throughout North America the…

From Hobby to Passion. From Passion to Lifestyle.

What started with an idea in a warm garage one frigid January evening, blame it on cabin fever from the off season depression, the passion for the sport, the drive to take on a new project, or all of the above, Fly Life company has been around for just over a year now and the…

Salmon run is on!!!

As the summer winds down and autumn becomes well established with the cooler nights and color changing leaves, the salmon move in to take over the coastal and Great Lake’s rivers.  Here in Southern Ontario where we spent the summers casting dry flies for smaller resident trout, now it’s time to upgrade the gear to…

Trout Bone Release…!

The latest collection release from Fly Life Co,  we’re proud to present the “Trout Bone” series logo offered in 4 classic colors offered on T-shirts and soon to come Hoodies as Autumn looms.  There will also be a dark series logo on lighter background T-shirts to be released soon as well.  Grab yours today on…

Headwater Brookies

Catching brook trout in the northern reaches of it’s range is as simple as casting a line to any water body within your vicinity, and in Canada there are literally millions of lakes or river to choose from.  When you’re living in southern Ontario or central, and eastern US states, Brookie waters are akin to…