Colorado Fishery Wiped Out After Mudslide

The entire Poudre River fishery downstream from Black Hollow Creek was lost due to a mudslide. A fish hatchery was also severely impacted. The mudslide happened after the Cameron Peak Wildfire torched the area, removing the brush that normally retains sediment during rainstorms. The Poudre River from Black Hollow Creek to Stove Prairie Station is […]

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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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The Best Fly Packs of 2022

I recently had the chance to review some fly packs and assortments from a variety of companies. The quality of flies available online for purchase is a lot better than I expected. You can read my full thoughts here. The post The Best Fly Packs of 2022 appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Video: Particles and Droplets

Gilbert Rowley is one of the best fly fishing filmmakers producing right now. He just recently released a film – “Particles and Droplets” – on YouTube that previously was only shown during the International Fly Fishing Film Festival. The post Video: Particles and Droplets appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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FALSE:: ERROR: UNSUPPORTED ENCODING

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Obama to authorize legislation prohibiting United States imp…

Obama to authorize legislation prohibiting United States imports of fish captured by servant labor Regulations passed by Congress last week would certainly prevent all imports of items that make use of found guilty, compelled or indentured labor. Hundreds of individuals are assumed to have actually been traded as servants to sustain Thailands $ 7.3 bn […]

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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: Blacked-out Pheasant Tail

Today’s Tying Tuesday comes to us from the fine folks at Fly Fish Food. The pattern is one we’re all familiar with – the Pheasant Tail nymph. But their take on it is a bit unique. It certainly looks like a good winter fly for my local fisheries. What do you think? The post Tying […]

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Madison River Issue Resolved

The malfunction at Hebgen Dam that caused the Madison River to drop to alarmingly low levels – endangering an entire year-class of new trout – has been fixed, per Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks (FWP). When the dam malfunctioned, flows dropped to around 177 cubic feet per second, leaving much of the upper Madison River […]

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