The Pacific Salmon Foundation, founded in 1987, is a federally incorporated non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the conservation and restoration of wild Pacific salmon and their natural habitats in British Columbia and the Yukon.  Operating independently from government, The Foundation facilitates dialogue and undertakes positive initiatives in support of Pacific salmon amongst all levels of government including First Nations; as well as industry, communities, individual volunteers and all fishing interests.

AFFTA — The American Fly Fishing Trade Association -is the sole trade organization for the fly-fishing industry. Our mission is to promote the sustained growth of the fly fishing industry. Their efforts are focused on achieving three strategic objectives: growing demand for fly-fishing products by attracting an ever expanding audience to the sport, promoting better business practices and professional development opportunities for members, and providing a clear, loud voice to elected officials and government agencies on issues ranging from the protection and rehabilitation of fly-fishing habitats to tax related issues important to the fly-fishing community.

The International Game Fish Association is a not-for-profit organization committed to the conservation of game fish and the promotion of responsible, ethical angling practices through science, education, rule making and record keeping.  The IGFA remains committed to the collection of historical information and artifacts related to the history of sport fishing.  To that end we would like to encourage individuals, organizations, and clubs to contribute materials of historical significance to the  E. K. Harry Library and to the Museum, where they will be secured and preserved for future generations and serve as reference material for researchers. Names of contributors will be acknowledged in the IGFA’s quarterly International Angler magazine and on the IGFA website, and may be featured in future articles about donors and donations.

Islander Reels has been manufacturing precision Center Pin, Fly and Mooching reels for over 20 years. Islander is a division of J.S. Foster Corporation in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. J.S. Foster Corporation is a precision production machine shop, using modern C.N.C. lathes and machining centers and employs over 50 people involved in various capacities of the operation of the company. J.S. Foster was started by Joseph Foster over 40 years ago and continues to be a family owned and operated business. Through a close working relationship with J.S. Foster, Islander Reels combines a tradition of quality and integrity with its own ingenuity and commitment to excellence. This ensures precision and quality in every Islander reel. Islander’s staff are directly involved in each phase of production from conceptual design to finishing touches, a process that has been improved at every level through comments and suggestions from pro and amateur fishers alike.

Thirty-three years ago, I had a dream to move to Oregon, raise my family in the country, and build the finest fly rods I could!  Did that and still doing it!  I still get up each day excited to walk to the shop to build the next fly rod.  If you are looking for a new rod, I hope that rod will be an Anderson Custom Rod

Anderson Custom Rods are now found in most states and many countries and used by thousands of discriminating anglers.   I offer 31 different two-handed rods in three model lines on my own custom blanks, as well as numerous single-hand rods.

The High Sierra Pack station offers pack trips for all outdoor lovers: hikers, fishermen, and sightseers to name a few. Booking a pack trip with the High Sierra Pack Station means booking a trip with 3 generations of family-owned experience in the Western Sierras.

With 3 generations of experiece behind us, you’ll be well taken care of on a Pack Trip with the
High Sierra Pack Station.

At fishpond, we have a passion for creating products that stretch the boundaries of traditional product design and set new standards for functionality. With our roots firmly planted in our core fishing market, we have expanded our portfolio of products to include several new items targeting the outdoor adventure travel and lifestyle segments.

At Kiui, I wanted to make the lightest and highest performing Mountain Hunting clothing possible. I wanted to create a brand that stood for uncompromised quality, uncompromised performance, and where the whole process—the design and technology and sourcing, are shared with the consumer.  By selling direct online we could make the best products, keep the prices down and manage, to our standards, every aspect of the customer experience. So I started KUIU.