Dylan Tomine to Visit Sun Valley

Dylan Tomine, author of the new book Headwaters, is visiting the Community Library in Sun Valley, Idaho, on June 23 at 7:00 p.m., to discuss his book and all things fly fishing. Tomine is currently touring through the Mountain West with his book. You can get details on the Sun Valley event here, and other readings here. […]

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Stonefly Hatches Simplified

The folks over at Fly Fisherman Magazine are periodically releasing stories from their archives that only appeared in print. This recent story is a great primer on stonefly hatches, and it really breaks down these bugs into a simple package. To read the story, click here. The post Stonefly Hatches Simplified appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Where The Fish are Eating

This is a great story from Dom Swentosky over at Troutbitten. It details the importance of focusing on where in the water fish are eating, instead of the GPS coordinates of a certain hole. This story is a wonderful reminder to fish all parts of the water column until you find fish that are willing to eat. […]

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Silver Creek at a Crossroads

Matthew L. Miller has written about Idaho’s famous Silver Creek for years, and this recent piece of his is one of his best. It details the potentially tricky future that faces Silver Creek, and what anglers can do to help the storied fishery. You can read all of Miller’s story here. The post Silver Creek […]

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Exactly How Failing At Dating Apps Actually Led Me To The Pe…

Exactly How Failing At Dating Apps Actually Led Me To The Perfect Relationship Is it any kind of astonish that none of those on-line partnerships ever before functioned out? Is it any kind of impress that none of those on the internet connections ever before functioned out?

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Could we reserve half the Ground for nature? Popular biologi…

Could we reserve half the Ground for nature? Popular biologist E.O. Wilson desires to establish apart fifty percent of the earth as secured locations for nature. Such locations are additionally significantly thought about by guardians as crucial in the battle to shield nature. In 2005, researchers with the University of Wisconsin-Madison approximated that human beings […]

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Podcast: Troutbitten’s Winter Fly Fishing Tactics

Fly fishing during winter can often feel more challenging than any other time of year. There aren’t really hatches to help you find eager fish. Some rivers freeze over, or have tiny ribbons of open water. Fish seem to laze about, unwilling to move. Finding a place to start is downright daunting. That’s where the […]

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Speak Up for Colorado River Management

Per a news release from Angling Trade, the Grand Mesa, Uncompaghre, and Gunnison National Forest’s operating plan is up for revision. This national forest is home to the headwaters of the Colorado River, including fisheries like the Taylor, San Miguel, and Gunnison Rivers. With the operating plan up for revision, now is a great time to speak […]

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Story: An Artery Restored

The American Fly Fishing Trade Association (AFFTA) is one of today’s most effective conservation groups. While conservation isn’t their only focus, it’s certainly one with which they’ve seen great success. To whit, consider this story they just shared about restoring side-channels on Montana’s Bighorn River. Doing this improves the overall streamflow of the river, thereby […]

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AmazingFishing by Electric Tool – Fishing in Cambodia – How …

AmazingFishing by Electric Tool – Fishing in Cambodia – How to Catch Fish with modern-day Tool Hi all belove customers as well as site visitors. Welcoming from Cambodia.

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