Orvis Highlights Conservation and Access in 2021 Impact Report

In celebration of Earth Day, Orvis, the family-owned and -operated  outdoor retailer that specializes in fly-fishing and wingshooting gear, dog products and active lifestyle  apparel, releases its 2021 Impact Report, highlighting the contributions the brand and its patrons made  to protect wild places, increase participation in sporting activities and improve canine well-being  throughout the year. […]

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Tying Tuesday: Vulgata Dun

This is a fun tying tutorial for a species of mayfly that hatches with abundance in Sweden – Ephemera vulgata. This mayfly is large, and the pattern isn’t easy. It’s tied gorgeously here in this video by Trout Castz. The post Tying Tuesday: Vulgata Dun appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Conservation: From Slough to Spring Creek

If you’ve ever fished near the Jefferson River in Montana, you’ve likely looked curiously at the Jefferson itself. Is it worth fishing? Especially with so many other storied trout rivers nearby? Years ago, they answer may not be what it is today. Thanks to a partnership between state agencies and private conservation groups, the Jefferson […]

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Tying Tuesday: Peacock Butcher

The Peacock Butcher wet fly is a great little pattern for those looking to either expand their tying skills, or to change up their spring fishing. You can see how to tie this classic pattern below, thanks to Davie McPhail. The post Tying Tuesday: Peacock Butcher appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Gear Review: Hardy Ultradisc Cassette Reel

I recently had the chance to fish and review one of Hardy’s newest products – their Ultradisc Cassette reel. The reel is a pretty impressive piece of gear, with plenty of power to put the brakes on the biggest of trout. You can read the review in full here. The post Gear Review: Hardy Ultradisc […]

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Fantastic angling at Battambang – individuals angling in Cam…

. Angling for bass as well as various other types making use of a range of appeals& & strategies in lakes.Read a lot more: www.youtube.com

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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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Paul Bruun Inducted Into Fly Fishing Hall of Fame

Paul Bruun, a former guide and current columnist for Jackson Hole News & Guide, was inducted into this year’s Fly Fishing Hall of Fame class. Bruun has long been recognized throughout fly fishing as an expert on the history of angling, especially in the United States. Read more about Bruun and his induction here. The post Paul […]

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Gierach: “You Can’t Eat the Scenery”

John Gierach needs no introduction. His writing is some of the best I’ve ever read, and he keeps pumping out new, engrossing stories on a regular basis. In this excerpt from an essay titled, “You Can’t Eat the Scenery,” Gierach takes us on a tour of fishing in Alaska. It’s a wonderful story that should […]

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Opinion: Don’t Ignore Triggerfish

Chris Hunt had a great piece in Hatch Magazine earlier this week, and he’s just followed it up with another fun read. This one details why you shouldn’t ignore chasing triggerfish – and other new-to-you species – on the flats. It’s not all bonefish, tarpon, and permit, after all. Read Hunt’s story here. The post Opinion: Don’t […]

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