Orvis Podcast: Dylan Tomine on Fly Fishing

Tom Rosenbauer sat down with renowned fly fishing writer Dylan Tomine to talk shop about the other pleasures of fly fishing. As someone who’s working my way through Tomine’s most recent book – Headwaters – this was a fun podcast for me. Listen to it here. The post Orvis Podcast: Dylan Tomine on Fly Fishing appeared first […]

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A Simple Approach to Leaders

Art Scheck put together this informative primer on leaders, and the best ways to simplify your approach to them. You can read everything Scheck has to say here. The post A Simple Approach to Leaders appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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How to Land Your First Striper on a Fly Rod

If you’ve ever been interested in catching striped bass on a fly rod, you’re not alone. I know tons of anglers who make a trip or two back East every year to fish for them, or try to find stripers in a reservoir somewhere a bit closer to home. Regardless of where you fish for […]

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Top Flies for Spring on the North Platte

CiCi Oliver, of the Ugly Bug Fly Shop in Casper, Wyoming, wrote this great piece for Orvis that highlights the three best flies for spring fishing on the North Platte River. If you’re interested in testing Wyoming’s famous stretches of the North Platte, then this is a must-read article. The post Top Flies for Spring […]

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Smallmouth Caught in Gardner River

A smallmouth bass was caught and harvested from the Gardner River, a tributary to the Yellowstone River. The fish was caught just outside of Yellowstone National Park’s boundary, and marks the highest point in the Yellowstone River drainage that smallmouth bass have ever been recorded. You can read more about the disturbing catch here. The […]

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Streamer Presentations: Glides and Slides

Dom Swentosky is one of the most thoughtful anglers I’ve ever spoken with. It shows all through his writing over at Troubitten, and particularly in this recent piece on how to properly present streamers. You can read it in full here. The post Streamer Presentations: Glides and Slides appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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This Woman Is Sailing All Over the World With Only Her Water…

This Woman Is Sailing All Over the World With Only Her Water-Loving Cat On tranquil evenings, she fishes off of a soft leading surf board connected to the side of Swell with a little light that draws in fish, Clark informed. Along with fishing, Amelia’s pastimes consist of going for strollings on the coastline and […]

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Passionate Carp Arctic Thermal Suit Fishermen’s Mail take on…

Passionate Carp Arctic Thermal Suit Fishermen’s Mail take on editor Richard Howard is the No. 1 items examiner, examining out lots of high quality set each week. Fishermen’s Mail deal with editor Richard Howard is the No. 1 items examiner, inspecting out tons of top quality set each week.

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Column: “Staying Connected To Angling During Winter”

With the onset of winter, many of us are either digging out down jackets and wool base layers, or retreating to the tying bench. For the anglers who don’t – or can’t – fish during winter, and who don’t tie flies, this can be a lonely part of the year. That’s where this recent column […]

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Tying Tuesday: Polar Fibre Minnow

With winter finally socking in around most of the country, many anglers are focusing on filling up empty fly boxes for next season. If you’re looking for a new baitfish pattern to mix things up, then this new tutorial from Fly Fish Food is for you. The post Tying Tuesday: Polar Fibre Minnow appeared first […]

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