Fly Fisherman Throwback: Mother’s Day Hatch

This is a throwback story from the September 1987 edition of Fly Fisherman Magazine that tells the story of the legendary Mother’s Day caddis hatch. This is a fun glimpse to what trout fishing was like back in the late ’80s. You can read the story here. The post Fly Fisherman Throwback: Mother’s Day Hatch appeared first […]

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Orvis Podcast: Dylan Tomine on Fly Fishing

Tom Rosenbauer sat down with renowned fly fishing writer Dylan Tomine to talk shop about the other pleasures of fly fishing. As someone who’s working my way through Tomine’s most recent book – Headwaters – this was a fun podcast for me. Listen to it here. The post Orvis Podcast: Dylan Tomine on Fly Fishing appeared first […]

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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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Redington Debuts New Trailblazer Rod

Redington’s all-new TRAILBLAZER is ready for anywhere you want to go because there are  no good reasons to leave your fly rod at home.   The TRAILBLAZER IS DESIGNED to fit into all your outdoor adventures—whether your rig is  packed to the gills with necessary provisions for a cross-country road trip or your backpack  can’t stash […]

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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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50 Greatest Milestones of Modern Fly Fishing

If you’re any sort of fly fishing history buff, then Ted Leeson’s piece over at Fly Fisherman Magazine is for you. In it, he details the 50 greatest milestones in modern fly fishing history, starting way back in 1947 with the introduction of the Wonderod – the first fly rod built with a synthetic shaft material. This […]

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Finding Fish Close to Home

Orvis consistently puts out some of the best educational content in fly fishing. Their latest series on finding fish close to home is one I’ve really enjoyed. This portion of their learning center features articles and podcasts to help you find a great fishing spot close to home. Back when I lived in Provo, Utah […]

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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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Streamer Presentations: Jigging

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, is putting together quite the in-depth series on streamer fishing techniques. His most recent addition covers the topic of jigging streamers, which I’ve personally found to be quite effective here in the Rockies. You can learn all about jigging streamers here. The post Streamer Presentations: Jigging appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Opinion: Is the Fly Fishing Industry Making Us Soft?

Paul Puckett, over at Gink & Gasoline, put together a fantastic piece where he discusses how fly fishing is too easy these days. I have to say, I agree with Paul – but there are still plenty of undiscovered gems out there. Regardless, it’s worth reading Puckett’s ideas, which you can find here. The post Opinion: Is […]

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