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Rising Bob’s Tactical Scissors (w/ Forceps)$17.99
With proper sized thumb & double finger loops, angled tips, half textured/half smooth tip and a serrated scissor section
Rising Brookie Net$99.00
28″ long (10″ handle) net made with anodized aluminum, with a knurled texture for grip and measurement indicators on the hoop
Rising FlatBill SnapBack$20.00
Adjustable SnapBack allows for one size to fit most head sizes. Flat bill brim for the younger generation of anglers and those that can rock the style.
Rising Lunker Net$129.00
45″ long (24″ handle) net made with anodized aluminum, with a knurled texture for grip and measurement indicators on the hoop
Rising Trucker Cap$18.00 – $24.00
Made in the USA with a black underbill for better on-water sight and a mesh trucker back
Rising Work 6″ Plier$19.99
Rising introduced the Work 6″ in 2008, augmented them in 2010 with internal spring goodness and have been selling them to thousands of happy anglers
In 2004/05 Dylan Rothwell started RISING. Previous work with Vortex Backpacks and William Joseph had given him confidence in his own design skills, as well as a love for the outdoor recreation market. From the beginning, the focus at Rising was to design and build products that would improve the fishing experience – be that on the water, on the road, at the tying table, or chilling by the campfire.
Their first products shipped in Jan 2005, and they continued to march to their drummer for four more years. In 2009 they entered into an exclusive distribution deal with Umpqua Feather Merchants. As the largest manufacturer of flies in the world, they were a natural partner: they were large, well funded, well staffed and had room in their large warehouse – Rising was small, cash strapped, and had run out of room in their basement. The arrangement worked well for both companies – but in summer of 2012 they made the decision to go their separate ways.
As of the summer of 2012, Rising is now back flying solo, and marching to their own beat (which is reggae oriented friends). They did so because they have re-committed to manufacturing as many of their designs in house as is feasible. In house production required new machines, new warehouse, and new partners.. They’ve expanded the ranks with incredibly diverse talent – Mickey, Lance, Robin, Rancher, Fischer, Whalen, and Erin to name the most prominent.
THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT