Loon Outdoors Announces Tools of the Trade

Chapter 1 – The Song Writer and the Guide featuring Chuck Ragan

Loon Outdoors is proud to present Tools of the Trade, a series of videos featuring Loon Outdoors Ambassadors and their use of Loon’s tools. The videos were made in partnership with Dominic Bruno of Wade Deep Media.

“The goal of the videos is to remind viewers that these are tools used by professionals and to connect people with the outdoors. We want our customers to have the best experience possible when they board a boat, wade a riffle or sit down to create successful fly patterns.”

“Tools of the Trade is about showcasing our Ambassadors that work on the water and at the vise every day to make a living,” says Hogan Brown, Director of Marketing Loon Outdoors. “Our pros are part of everything we design and our goal is to solve their problems with our products. We want our customers to know that we design tools that are built to last and be useful, not just look good on the shelf or screen. If professional guides and fly tiers depend on Loon, we believe anglers around the world can trust on our tools to tie great flies and help them chase fish anywhere.”


First video

Check out the first Tools of the Trade video featuring professional guide Chuck Ragan on the Lower Yuba River and around his house in Rough and Ready, California.



About Loon Outdoors

Every angler puts a lot of thought into what he or she brings to the water. We believe it is equally important to think about what is left there. That is what fishing with a conscience is all about; ascribing value to the health of the water we fish. We develop our products with these values in mind and make sure they are safe for fish, fisheries, and fishermen, without ever compromising quality or performance. By offering reusable and biodegradable weights and indicators we make sure lost tackle doesn’t harm wildlife. Our floatants, sinkets and cleaners are solvent-free and consist of water-soluble components that perform without polluting the water. And our tying paints, cements and wax are non-toxic and odorless, to keep tying benches free from harmful fumes. We will continue to develop products that help anglers protect the water they love while they are doing what they love. Our products will always allow anglers to fish with a conscience.


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