The Winston Rod Company, located in the heart of wild trout fishing in Southwestern Montana, today announced the first of its new TROUTGAITERSTM designs as part of it’s flyfishing accessories program. These face and neck coverings provide a colorful addition to your face covering/gaiter collection while fishing, hiking or for a variety of activities. The beautiful new designs utilize a trout-themed approach to wearing neck gaiters. In fact, several of the new TROUTGAITERSTM incorporate the spectacular trout paintings of celebrated artist James Prosek. James donated the use of his artwork, and together with Winston and Bauer, we donated to Trout Unlimited in Montana to help with TU’s important coldwater conservation efforts.
According to Winston Sales Manager, Adam Hutchison, “We were first introduced to James’ paintings almost 15 years ago with Winston’s “Not Recommended by Big Fish Anywhere” campaign. We have introduced this new series of new gaiter designs not only revisiting this theme but with several new ones to be rolled out in the coming weeks. We are also introducing our Bauer Fly Reels Colorful Reels TROUTGAITERSTM.”
Additional TROUTGAITERSTM from Winston and Bauer will be released in the coming weeks. Order the “Not Recommended by Big Fish Anywhere” or the “Colorful Reels” gaiters now from your local Winston and Bauer Dealer or, while supplies last, directly from the Winston and Bauer websites at winstonrods.com or bauerflyreel.com.
NOTE: TROUTGAITERSTM, are intended to be used primarily as neck gaiters. Like many neck gaiters, they are not intended to replace medical grade respirator masks, or other masks, to prevent the transmission of illnesses.
For more information or to place an order, please contact Winston at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. To buy a TROUTGAITERTM click here: www.winstonrods.com
It would be helpful to see all the different ways these could be worn
Tough decision as to which neck gaiter to order! They are awesome! I have one question, can you please tell me where they are produced? Getting into the habit of only purchasing “Made in the USA”! Thank you for your reply!