Take nothing with you.
The Micro Puff® Jacket

Our lightest, most packable insulated jacket ever

Winter runs and double handers. For never again having to choose between weight, space or warmth.

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Shane Grimes soothes tired legs with some ice water immersion therapy 12 miles into the Wind River Range, Wyoming. JEREMIAH WATT
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Middle Fork Packable Waders

With any process of exploration, the result is often unexpected. When we set out to design the lightest, most packable and most technically advanced waders we’ve ever made, we had no idea they’d also become our go-to favorites for the home pool. Packed with features for everyday wear, they easily roll into a compact stuffsack for go-anywhere convenience and capability.

Patagonia Fly Fishing
Patagonia Fly Fishing
Middle Fork Packable Waders

£300.00 | Regular fit

Patagonia Fly Fishing
Patagonia Fly Fishing

Our Wader Lineup

Middle Fork
Packable Waders

Lightest and most packable

Men’s Rio Gallegos
Zip-Front Waders

Highest-performing, most durable and feature-rich, with TIZIP® front

Men’s Rio
Gallegos Waders

Highest-performing, most durable and feature-rich

Men’s Skeena
River Waders

Midweight versatility for the widest range of conditions

Men’s Rio Azul

Lightweight performance for the minimalist

Women’s Spring
River Waders

Versatile midweight comfort for female anglers

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Steve Frogley on a frigid approach to the deep runs of the Provo River in Utah. ANDREW BURR

When the going
gets           .

The Tough Puff Hoody: stretch and abrasion resistance for the most challenging conditions.

Patagonia Fly Fishing Ambassador Mikael Frödin

Mikael Frödin

For the last 35 years, he has traveled the world as a salmon fishing professional, working as a fly tier and guide, giving speeches, coaching anglers of all levels, and running “Master Class” weeks in many countries.

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Patagonia Fly Fishing
Everything Old is New Again: Bristol Bay and the Pebble Mine

In another stark example of elections having consequences, the new administration’s leadership at the EPA quickly showed its stripes by reaching a backroom deal to settle the lawsuit with the backers of the Pebble Mine, and is attempting to roll back the restrictions proposed back in 2014.

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Yvon Chouinard:

Tying the Pheasant Tail
& Partridge

Following up on his essay “Lessons from a Simple Fly,” newly published in Fly Fisherman and Trout & Salmon magazines, Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard sits down in his living room to show how he combines just a few simple materials to tie the pheasant tail and partridge soft hackle.

Whether you’ve been tying for years or you’re leaning over the vise for the first time, it’s a pattern that can change the way you think about what makes a truly effective fly.

As the saying goes, begin as you wish to continue. April Vokey lands a monster on day one. ANDREW BURR
Shane Grimes forges across late-season snowpack in the Wind River Range, Wyoming. JEREMIAH WATT