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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Fast Leader Changes

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, put this set of tips together to help you figure out how to quickly change leaders. Switching leaders is a pain, and it takes away from time spent on the water. This article, though, should help you cut down on the time you spend tying knots. Read Dom’s story here. The post […]

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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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2022 Stimmie Awards Now Open

Fly Fusion Magazine, in partnership with the International Fly Fishing Film Festival, has launched the 2022 Stimmie Awards. “Building off the current momentum of the International Fly Fishing Film Festival, Stimmie Awards recognize top emerging filmmakers and encourage creative fly-fishing films that celebrate our community,” said Chris Bird, executive producer. Beginning April 1, filmmakers have […]

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Orvis Podcast: Good News From the Everglades

Tom Rosenbauer sits down with Dr. Steve Davis to discuss some much-needed good news from the Everglades. Davis is the chief scientist for the Everglades Foundation, and he gives some updates on the group’s projects to restore habitat for fish throughout the region. Listen to the podcast here. The post Orvis Podcast: Good News From […]

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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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Podcast: Orvis Podcast with Kirk Deeter

Tom Rosenbauer sat down with fishing writer and editor extraordinaire Kirk Deeter on a recent episode of the Orvis Fly Fishing Podcast. During the show, they discuss something that really caught my interest – whether we’ve gone “too far” with native trout. If you’re curious what “too far” means, then I suggest you listen to […]

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Pharmaceutical Contaminants Discovered in South Florida Bonefish

A three-year study by Florida International University (FIU) and Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT) has discovered pharmaceutical contaminants in the blood and other tissues of bonefish in Biscayne Bay and the Florida Keys. “Coastal fisheries face increasing threats associated with human-based contaminants,” said Jim McDuffie, BTT President and CEO. “Pharmaceuticals are an often overlooked dimension […]

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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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38 Simple Camping Tricks That Are Perfectly Genius You have …

38 Simple Camping Tricks That Are Perfectly Genius You have your outdoor tents, your clothing, as well as your food, however you’re most likely missing out on a couple of basic points that they are able develop roughing it a little much less harsh … like ‘Smoreoes, for example.What’s a’Smoreo, you ask? Make crescent rolls […]

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