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Travel Essentials for a Fly-Fishing Trip to Europe

The Orvis Europe Packing List collection features clothing, fly-fishing gear, and accessories you need for a successful fly-fishing trip to the continent. Weather in Europe can be unpredictable when you’re traveling in summer through fall, the most popular time for fly-fishing getaways. Start by acquiring rugged, water-resistant Orvis Trekkage luggage. This set includes a carry-on roller bag, a large rolling bag suitcase, an adventure tote, and travel kit, plus other bag styles for the business traveler. Each piece includes safety features and a blaze orange liner so you can find your things easily. Layering is key for travel to Europe when you’ll be spending the majority of your time on the water. Find warm fleece quarter-zips, vests, and hoodies to pack as an outer or mid-layer over a quick-dry or button-up casting shirt. You’ll discover sustainably made tech performance materials across this category, including our popular Recycled Sweater Fleece Vest. Protective, quick-dry pants are crucial for fishing, and lightweight pants are best for travel. Choose from the offerings in this category, and trek confidently to any stream for summer or early fall casting. Stow our waterproof fishing pack in your checked bag so you’ll be prepared to carry everything you need for a full day on the water. If you need to pack your own fly-fishing gear, browse our selection of elite Helios Fly-Fishing Rods as well as reels, high-quality fly-fishing line, and tools. Last but not least, be sure to take a pair (or two) of polarized sunglasses to protect your eyes and give you an advantage over your quarry.

Obtain Travel Insurance Through Orvis

Add peace of mind to your trip with a membership to Global Rescue Travel Services, the world’s premier emergency response organization. If you or a loved one needs medical attention or security assistance, Global Rescue Travel Services offers operations centers around the globe staffed with nurses, paramedics, and special ops military veterans so if you need to be evacuated or transported to your home hospital, they can take care of you. Complete your safety and protection package by adding IMG Signature Travel Insurance to your Global Rescue membership. Travel insurance guarantees you’ll have a financial buffer for unforeseen travel expenses like canceled flights, missed connections, lost baggage, and emergency medical and dental.

Downloadable Packing Lists

Download and print our handy packing lists for Italy, Spain, or the UK, and get ready for your adventure abroad.

Europe Travel Packing List

This packing checklist for a fly-fishing trip to Europe includes items you’ll need for either fall / winter or summer travel:

  • Base layers in merino wool or other moisture-wicking tech performance fabrics for both top and bottom, for late fall or winter
  • Mid-layers including a quarter-zip pullover, packable vest, and UPF 50+ sun hoodie
  • Merino wool socks
  • Wool cap, insulated beanie, or buff
  • Fishing gloves
  • PRO waders
  • Quick-dry pants
  • Insulated, waterproof wading or fishing jacket or lightweight storm jacket, depending on season
  • Casting shirts
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun hat or ball cap with UPF properties
  • Rod, reel, lines, flies, nippers, forceps, and any accessories not provided by the guide service, if you’re using one
  • Fishing pack
  • Passport
  • Travel documents, flight itinerary, and contact information
  • Medications
  • Phone charger
  • Outlet adapter
  • Toiletries
  • Sunscreen and non-aerosol bug spray
  • Lip balm sunscreen
  • Waterproof phone case
  • Recommended apps: Google Maps (download the map of the area prior so you can use it offline), relevant airline apps, Google Translate, and a currency converter