Electricity Restored to Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park is working hard to reopen following the massive floods earlier this week. Electricity has been restored to the park, making it one step closer to reopening, which park officials says should happen sometime next week. Damage to the north part of the park is still being assessed, although that area will be […]

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Gear Review: Skwala RS Jacket

I recently covered some of the same Swkala gear that I reviewed here at MidCurrent, for Hatch Magazine. I took a slightly deeper look at the RS Jacket, and you can read that review here. The post Gear Review: Skwala RS Jacket appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Costa Releases New Film “One Water”

To celebrate Earth Day on April 22, Costa Sunglasses released a new film titled “One Water.” The film explores the connection between humanity and water, and why we need to work so hard to protect it. You can view the film below. The post Costa Releases New Film “One Water” appeared first on MidCurrent. Read […]

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Fly Fishing Enters NFT World

Fly fishing has made one of its first – if not the first – foray into the world of NFTs, or non-fungible tokens. Catchflo, a footwear company, has partnered with Trippytroutclub, an NFT collection of hard-drawn artwork that’s sold to benefit conservation efforts in the Southern Appalachians. A full press release is below. Catchflo, fly fishing’s only […]

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Weekly champion: DAM Quick Z-Base Big Pit Reel

THIS brand-new huge tooth cavity reel from DAM tickings a great deal of boxes. Many thanks to the slow-moving oscillation, ideal line lay, as well as lengthy actors spindle taking 400 m of 0.35 mm line, you can thumping a lure out with it. Itas likewise rather light also for its dimension at 635 g […]

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Just how heating seas are compeling fish to look for brand-n…

Just how heating seas are compeling fish to look for brand-new waters Image: Jukka Rapo/ Folio Images/ Getty Images As waters cozy, fish effort cooler waters and also head to greater latitudes, a trouble that has actually likewise been highlighted in the North Sea. Shellfishes, lobsters, clams as well as scallops which currently predominate our […]

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Wyoming Angler Starts Fishing School

Zac Sexton, a native of Buffalo, WY, has been a diehard fly angler his entire life. And he’s trying to turn that passion into something he can more easily share with others. Sexton is working on getting a fly fishing school up and running in the small town of Buffalo, nestled on the east slope […]

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Travel: See Southeast Alaska

Alaska holds the dreams and hearts of many anglers, and rightfully so. It’s a gorgeous, awe-inspiring landscape that’s one of my favorite places to fish. But it’s not all about salmon on the Kenai River, or halibut in Prince William Sound. Southeast Alaska has tons of fantastic fishing options, which are detailed in this awesome […]

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The Backing Barrel Sighter

This story comes to us from Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten. The story details a style of tight-line sighter indicators Dom calls “Backing Barrel Sighters.” Dom also says these might be the best sighters ever, for tight-line nymphing. Read the story here. The post The Backing Barrel Sighter appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Tying Thursday: Utah Killer Bug

Since we didn’t get a Tying Tuesday this week, I thought I’d still share this great video I found from Avid Max. This is one of the better tutorials I’ve seen on tying the Utah Killer Bug, a cranefly imitation that’s absolutely deadly on spring creeks. The post Tying Thursday: Utah Killer Bug appeared first […]

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