Smallmouth Bass Tournament Registration Opens

The third annual GREAT Smallmouth Bass Fishing Challenge, held on the Miami River in Ohio, is now open for registration. The fishing challenge has two categories this year – one for conventional fishing, and one for fly fishing.  For anglers interested in registering for the event, you can learn more here. The post Smallmouth Bass […]

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Story: In-Laws’ Bass Pond

This is a fun story from Louis Cahill over at Gink & Gasoline. It’s about fishing his in-laws’ bass pond. I can’t help but wonder, after reading, why my in-laws don’t have a bass pond for me to fish. You can read the story here. The post Story: In-Laws’ Bass Pond appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Fooling Selective Trout

The great Pat Dorsey recently put this story together for Fly Fisherman Magazine, about how to fool selective trout during a blue-winged olive hatch. You can read the story in full here. The post Fooling Selective Trout appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Night Fishing for Brown Trout

The folks over at Flymen Fishing are putting out some fantastic content these days, and this piece from Stephen Nymick is no exception. This story dishes the details on fishing for big brown trout at night, and why that’s likely the best way to catch your local creek’s trophy. You can read the story here. […]

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Billfish Royal Slam on the Fly

Catching any billfish – marlin and sailfish are two examples – on a fly rod is an achievement. Catching all nine species in less than a year, though? That’s astounding. And it was recently accomplished by Jeremy Block, as detailed in this wonderful story from Fly Fisherman Magazine.  The post Billfish Royal Slam on the Fly […]

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Nautilus Reels Announces New Factory, Forgoing IFTD

The folks over at Nautilus Reels sent out this press release on Wednesday, March 23, 2022: Nautilus Reels is pleased to announce that they recently relocated their headquarters to a new factory in Miami, Florida. Additionally, to keep up with high demand for their reels and get them to dealers sooner, Nautilus will forgo attending […]

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New Mexico Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Anglers

The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled yesterday in favor of the public’s – anglers and boaters alike – right to access all water in the state. This is a major win after nearly a decade of landowners trying to block public access to waters. You can read more about this decision here. The post New […]

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China states repeated United States Navy patrols in South Ch…

China states repeated United States Navy patrols in South China Sea validate protection increases|Fox News Graphiq Chinese authorities have actually urged that they have no strategies to militarize the Spratly Islands. China President Xi Jianping made a promise to that effect when he saw the White House in September. China landed private jets on Fiery […]

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Limitation catch of one sort of fish might assist in saving …

Limitation catch of one sort of fish might assist in saving reef, research study establishes Its reasonably easy it has one tenth the number of types of coral reefs and also fish than we have below in Australia, he informed Guardian Australia. They after that examined the version as well as provided it can duplicate […]

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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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