The Benefits of Being a Guide

Being a fishing guide isn’t easy work, but it’s definitely some of the most satisfying I’ve ever done. Eddie Olwell’s latest piece in the Ravalli Republic is a great look at the good things that come from guiding. Read the article in full here. The post The Benefits of Being a Guide appeared first on MidCurrent. Read […]

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Tying Parachute Dries

Parachute dry flies are a staple in my box year-round, but they’re especially helpful during the colder months, when small bugs hatch. Parachute flies are easy to see, and look like most any midge or baetis dry fly on a given trout river. Dennis Potter, over at Fly Tyer Magazine, wrote a great piece about […]

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Winter Fly Fishing 101

Ben Kryzinski put together a good piece for Hatch Magazine on the basics of winter fly fishing. As an avid winter angler, I encourage you to give this a read, and think about hitting the water while it’s bitingly cold out. There’s something fun about winter fishing that’s hard to describe, but you’ll know it when you […]

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