As Northeastern Wisconsin’s largest fly shop, Tight Lines offers a wealth of knowledge and equipment. Fly fishing is an art, a timeless traditional sport that allows us to experience the rhythms of nature. We want to share this experience in the hope that you find as much enjoyment in the pursuit as we have.
Each of us hopes to meet you on the stream one day, until then, “Tight Lines to you.”
Tight Lines is excited to welcome the newest member to our guide staff Gavin Marquart. We look forward to many years of good times at camp with this you man. GAVIN MARQUART Gavin grew up in the Green Bay area chasing any warm water species willing to eat a fly. He spent his undergrad at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse where much of his time went to chasing inland trout in the Driftless region. In the fall his attention shifts to huge flies and rigid rods in hopes of a boat side musky ambush. His passion for…Details
The shop is happy to announce Gavin Marquart to the Tight Lines Family. Gavin will be helping Tim and Charlie out this summer in the shop, stop by and say hi to the new guy! Gavin is the newest member to the Tight Lines crew and will be helping in the shop for the busy summer months. A native to the Green Bay area, Gavin began fly fishing six years ago chasing bass and pike. He is currently attending the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse where he is studying geography with a focus in environmental studies. Much of his time is…Details
Two spots just opened up for this trip of a lifetime! This is by far the most exotic and my favorite destination in the world. This year we are doing something a bit different and not staying at the lodge. I have worked out details with the lodge manager for a camp trip far up the Itrasams and Pluma Rivers. We will be taking dug out canoes upstream and camping each night with our guides deeper and deeper into the Bolivian Jungle. This is very rare to have a couple of spots open up for this trip during prime…Details
I thought this was a great video to share. Enjoy! Testify is a visual poem adapted from the essay “Testament of a Fisherman” published in 1964 by Michigan author John Voelker. Over 50 years later we filmed this video on and around the author’s home waters of Marquette County on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula because we believe the pure trout waters and relaxed pace of life of this region haven’t changed much. Today the need for time on a river and reconnection with nature are more important than ever–and Voelker’s words still ring true. Produced by: aaronpeterson.net Music: “Rise” by Tony…Details
The shops travel schedule is now posted! We have a couple other trips in the hopper including Mexico, the Deschutes and an additional trip to the Amazon. We will post all the details as soon as we firm up all the dates. Give us a shout with any questions on our exciting trips.Details