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Took the family skiing in Vermont and was told to drop in and see the Orvis Flagship store. Very neat, clean and well run. Love all the products and the people there were very kind and helpful. We stayed for about an hour just checking...More
I never fished this rod & only put it together twice , the second time I put it together to show a friend ....I could not get the lower section to seperate....
When it finally pulled apart I hard a high pitched ...." POP "....it...More
The store itself is interesting with it’s dynamic construction, including a large trout pool that feeds into the store, full of Brown, Brook & Rainbow trout. I love Orvis clothing, so if you do, you don’t want to miss this place. Very helpful and knowledgeable...More
My wife and I are not fishing people but we did enjoy walking around the flagship store. They served us hot apple cider for free and had a couple of wood burning fireplaces in the store. There were a small indoor trout pond and a...More
It's a store with the things from their catalog. Maybe if you're into fly fishing it's special. I don't know. But even for that, there wasn't much to see. They advertise a tour of their rod factory, but that's just once a day at 10am....More
My friends and myself will not shop anywhere else for out fly fishing supplies. The best in The east.
Never had a problem with anything. My problem is the loss of your outlet stores. I go from New London,NH to Maine quite often an always...More
I honestly don't know, and I'd suggest calling, but on the basis that Orvis has an extensive range of dog-related merchandise, I'd imagine that a well-behaved dog on a leash would be welcome in the extensive grounds at the... More
I honestly don't know, and I'd suggest calling, but on the basis that Orvis has an extensive range of dog-related merchandise, I'd imagine that a well-behaved dog on a leash would be welcome in the extensive grounds at the very least, if not in the actual store