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October 14th, 2020

Covid-19 Update

As the COVID-19 situation continues to change, we’re taking action to better serve you.

February 5th, 2019

2019 Toronto Sportsman Show

We are headed to the Toronto Sportsman Show on March 13-17, 2019! Come out to the International Centre in Mississauga, Ontario and experience Canada’s biggest fishing and outdoor show.

September 14th, 2017

Partner Highlight – Renegade Series

We are proud to work with a number of great companies who share our values for excellent products and service. One such partner is Jerry French Fly Fishing, who we teamed up with for the Pieroway Renegade series. The Renegade series is a high performance line-up of two-handed and single-hand rods that are the ideal length and weight for the purpose intended, utilizing the latest in carbon fiber technology and designed to be highly functional in close quarters fly fishing situations.

October 4th, 2015

Pimp my Fly Rod

Focused on micro-production, customization, flexibility, adaptability, making old new and new like nothing before have been cornerstones of our success. We are proud to launch our Pimp My Fly Rod program whereby we make old new again.

August 29th, 2014

Nanex Canada Inc. and Pieroway Rod Company announce partnership to develop nanotechnology solutions

Nanex Canada is proud to announce a new partnership with Pieroway Rod Company Canada to develop Water Skater, a new line of super-hydrophobic fly fishing accessories. This partnership brings together Pieroway’s experience in the design and manufacture of innovative fly fishing rods, with Nanex’s experience in super-hydrophobic nano-coatings.

June 30th, 2014

The Water Safety Essential All Flyfishers Need

Did you know that each year in Canada, lightning strikes kill up to 10 people and seriously injure up to 164 others? Most graphite fly rods come with a warning that they are effective conductors of electricity and therefor should not be used during electrical storms and to keep them away from security fences/power lines. All good advice but did you also know that each year, 470 people or more drown in Canada?

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