Tying Tuesday: Tak’s Crystal Chironomid

This week’s Tying Tuesday video comes to us from Anglers All on YouTube. It’s a tutorial on tying a fun chironomid pattern that should be a fantastic choice for anglers up in the high country. The post Tying Tuesday: Tak’s Crystal Chironomid appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Field & Stream Classics: Fishing for Bass

The folks at Field & Stream have been releasing classic stories from their archives over the past year. One of their recent releases was a story from A.J. McClane on fly fishing for bass. You can read the story here. The post Field & Stream Classics: Fishing for Bass appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Deschutes River Closes to Summer Steelhead

Starting as early as June 1, closures for summer steelhead and salmon will be in place on the Deschutes River in Oregon. The closures are part of the fishery framework that helps fisheries managers protect the ever-diminishing returns of sea-run fish in the Columbia River Basin. You can read more about the closure here. The […]

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Fly Fishing, Conservation Bolster Mental Health

This story comes to us from Kara Armano in Sky-Hi News, a local outlet in Grand County, Colorado. The story details how fly fishing and conservation bolster mental health. With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, this is a timely, and well-done story. You can read it in full here. The post Fly Fishing, Conservation Bolster Mental […]

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St. Croix Returning to Fly Fishing

St. Croix has always been a big name in fishing. For a while, they were serious contenders in the fly fishing world. That changed a decade ago when the company decided to focus on its conventional gear, with the intention to return to fly fishing at a later date. That later date is fast approaching, […]

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Rosenbauer’s Tips on Safe Wading

The folks over at Orvis are releasing new videos each week featuring Tom Rosenbauer. In them, Rosenbauer discusses some of the tips and tactics we all need to know in order to have a great time on the water. This week’s video is about wading safely. With high water approaching during spring runoff, this is […]

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BTT Commits $600,000 to Permit Spawning Research

The Bonefish and Tarpon Trust (BTT) just announced that they’re committing $600,000 to monitor permit spawning sites in the Florida Keys. This is an enormous step forward in conserving and protecting the permit populations in Florida. To learn more about what the project will entail, you can read the full press release from BTT here. […]

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Skwala Enters Outerwear Market

As reported earlier in this week by other news outlets, there’s a new outerwear manufacturer on the block. Headquartered in Montana, Skwala aims to offer intuitively-designed gear for fly anglers. A quick glance through their product catalog shows waders, jackets, and other accessories that will soon be available for purchase. You can peruse their unique […]

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How to Tie and Fish Soft Hackles for More Trout

Soft hackle flies are one of the most effective patterns ever created, but they’re not often fished these days. If you want to catch more trout, though, tying and fishing soft hackles is a fantastic way to do just that. You can read more about soft hackles here. The post How to Tie and Fish […]

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Cops seized 1.1 tonnes of drug in among Australia’s biggest …

Cops seized 1.1 tonnes of drug in among Australia’s biggest numbing bring Concerning 500 kilos of drug were seized in a procedure at Parsley Bay, north of Sydney, late on Christmas Day. Fifteen human beings, presumably component of an Australian scoundrel cartel, have actually been jailed in link to 500 kg of drug in NSW […]

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