New Caleta Women’s Sunglasses from Costa

Costa, longtime maker of some of the best fly fishing sunglasses on the market, just released a new set of frames for women – the Caleta. You can view the sunglasses and more details here. The post New Caleta Women’s Sunglasses from Costa appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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2022 Adams Fly Festival

If you’ve ever caught a trout on an Adams – and who hasn’t? – then you might be interested in this event in the village of Kingsley, Michigan. It’s the 2022 Adams Fly Festival, held to honor Len Halladay, the creator of the Adams. You can learn more about the event here. The post 2022 […]

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Leader 911

Louis Cahill put together this story over at Gink & Gasoline that goes into detail on how to handle leader emergencies. I’m sure we’ve all been there, whether it’s broken leader or running out of 5x during a spring blue-wing hatch. You can read Cahill’s story here. The post Leader 911 appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Fly Fisherman Throwback: Mother’s Day Hatch

This is a throwback story from the September 1987 edition of Fly Fisherman Magazine that tells the story of the legendary Mother’s Day caddis hatch. This is a fun glimpse to what trout fishing was like back in the late ’80s. You can read the story here. The post Fly Fisherman Throwback: Mother’s Day Hatch appeared first […]

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Kris Millgate Earns Two Emmy Nominations

Kris Millgate, the longtime fly fishing writer and videographer, recently earned two Emmy nominations for her recent film “Ocean to Idaho.” The film depicts the fragility of the ecosystems that support salmon in the Columbia River Basin. You can read more about the nominations and view the film here. The post Kris Millgate Earns Two […]

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Orvis Podcast: Modifying Flies with Tim Cammisa

This recent episode of the Orvis Fly Fishing Podcast sees Tom Rosenbauer sitting down with fly tier Tim Cammisa to talk about flies. Specifically, they discuss why we start to modify or change flies, and which fly patterns are “untouchable.” It’s an interesting discussion that’ll get the attention of anyone spending more time at the […]

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Video: How to Behave on a Trout Stream

Tom Rosenbauer is releasing a series of new videos in the coming weeks, about a host of different topics in fly fishing. The most recent release is one about river etiquette. With more and more anglers on the water these days, this is an especially important video. See All Orvis Learning Center Fly Fishing Video […]

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Podcast: Fly Culture with April Vokey

April Vokey is one of the few anglers in this sport who needs no introduction. She’s an accomplished steelhead guide, fisher, and provides some outstanding content (her podcast Anchored is great, if you haven’t checked it out yet). It’s no surprise, then, that Pete Tyjas, over at The Fly Culture, had April on his show […]

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Story: “How to Think About Bob Clay”

If you fish bamboo fly rods or fish for steelhead, you’ve likely heard of Bob Clay. He’s one of the best bamboo rod makers alive, and some say he’s an even better steelhead angler. Regardless, this profile of him in The Flyfish Journal is a wonderfully poignant story. Kudos to Dylan Tomine for doing such a fantastic […]

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10 Tips for Fishing Silver Creek

If you’ve fly fished, you’ve likely heard of Idaho’s famous Silver Creek. It’s one of the best fisheries in the world. It’s also one of the most challenging. That’s why this piece in Fly Fisherman Magazine is worth a read for all of us. You’ll find some spectacular tips on fishing Silver Creek. Read it in full […]

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