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The Best Accessories for Fly Fishing

Orvis fly-fishing accessories, from durable sling packs to fishing tools and points between—give you everything you need for productive days casting. Find all the essentials for angling success in this collection.

Explore a variety of strike indicators to help cover all the bases, as well as a wide range of split-shot sizes for all nymphing needs. With gel and powder floatants, you can be sure your dry flies will ride high and stay visible when the hatch is on. Nail knots can be a real pain to tie when your hands start shaking after seeing the head of a huge trout just within reach, so try the knot-tying tool to get you on the water quicker and with greater ease, and a pair of polarized fishing sunglasses from Smith or Costa, the better to see below the surface. Keeping your fly-fishing accessories organized and within reach helps you maximize your fishing time—that’s why we designed our waterproof fishing packs, fishing zingers, fly boxes , and fishing lanyard to meet the exacting needs of the avid angler. With the Orvis tippet tool and rugged fly rod case, you can organize and protect essential equipment.

And what of the winter months, after you've tied yourself silly with flies? Take a look at the great library of instructional and destination books to help pass the time and inform you of a greater set of skills and locations to follow your passion. These tools and many more we offer are integral in allowing us the convenience and enjoyment of a seamless experience on the water.

The most skilled and accomplished artists and craftsmen take pride in the quality of the tools they use to create beautiful works of art; these tools are extensions of the artist or tradesman and provide a level of detail and proficiency that's unmatched when compared to an inferior device. Fly fishing is a beautiful sport full of technical challenges that require durable devices and dependable accessories to get the job done. When the time comes to get back on the water, make sure you have the best fly-fishing tools on hand so you aren't trying to make do with inferior solutions to basic angling problems. After all, your dentist and teeth will appreciate that you used nippers or scissor forceps to cut your fishing line; you'll look a lot better in that photo of the fish you spent days or a lifetime trying to catch without a chipped tooth or line cuts from too many years sitting on the bank chomping on line. Browse our fishing tools and accessories and find precisely what you need—nobody knows fly fishing better than Orvis.

What accessories do you need for fly-fishing?

If you’re starting your fly-fishing journey, you’ll need nippers, a hemostat, floatant, split-shot, and strike indicators. You may want a sling pack or the Orvis Lanyard to help organize your accessories and keep them within reach. Polarized sunglasses are also a must, as well as appropriate footwear.