Smash and Grab Sale at Backwater Angler!

Bad news folks! After 15 years in Monkton, and after moving this July a mere 1/5th of a mile closer to I-83 on Mt. Carmel Rd. in Parkton, we experienced our first smash and grab theft at the shop Tuesday morning at 5:31 AM. All told, we lost approximately $4, 500 combined between stolen inventory-including a mannequin and property damage that occurred during the break-in. If one had told me 15 years ago that I would need to have security cameras to protect a fly fishing store, I would not have believed them. For many folks in this tight knit River community it’s been quite hard to take all of this so we’re adjusting by making light of it and are asking folks to shop with us this weekend to help us pay our insurance deductible!

Smash and Grab Sale* details through Sept 25:
Free flyline with any rod and reel purchase.
35% all clothing excluding waders and rain-jackets and boots.
Free pair of socks (a $24.95 value) with any purchase over $100.
Free Loon Dust with any purchase over $50
25% off used graphite and fiberglass rods
* There is always an asterisk* Sale is limited to in-stock merchandise only.

Special thanks go out to the officers from the Cockeysville precinct for responding quickly to the alarm. The Baltimore County Forensic lab for checking out the site with all their cool technology and the genuine concern the Burglary detective assigned to our case has shown us. Thanks to the manager of the Subway, Jen from Crop Salon, Tommy from Hereford Bed and Biscuit and John from Kingsdene for checking in on us this week. Kudos to the excellent crew from Caplan Bros. Glass that helped get our aluminum and glass door fixed up the same day so we did not have an interruption of business. Our hat’s off to Mr. Peter Fenwick who stopped in for a guide trip with Jeff Lewatowski that morning and spent the wee hours helping us pick up the glass off the floor before he connected with some wild fish downstream of York Rd. and to Ashely McGrath at H.U. Dove Insurance who helped file our claim with Liberty Mutual so we could get on with getting the shop back to normal.