Story: Use Your Map!

This is a great story from Justin Pickett over at Gink & Gasoline, about the need to use your map while you’re out fishing and exploring. It’s a fun read about an adventure he had trying to find a lake in Patagonia. You can read the story here. The post Story: Use Your Map! appeared first on […]

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5 Tips for Taking a Kid on a Guided Trip

Taking kids fishing is a fun, worthwhile activity. It’s one of the best ways to pass along your love for the sport. But taking kids on a guided trip can be a bit of a gamble. After all, guided trips aren’t cheap, and you’ll want to get the most out of your day that you […]

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Story: Everything Has a Flipside

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, recently penned this fun story titled “Everything Has a Flipside.” You can read it in full here. The post Story: Everything Has a Flipside appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Report: Half of US Waters too Polluted for Fish

According to a new report issued by the Environmental Integrity Project, a watchdog group in Washington, D.C., over half of the lakes and rivers in the United States are too polluted for fish to swim healthily. You can read more about the report here. The post Report: Half of US Waters too Polluted for Fish […]

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Tying Tuesday: Juju Emerger

Charlie Craven is back at the vise again this week with another great tying video. In it, he describes how to tie a deadly spring pattern, the Juju emerger. The post Tying Tuesday: Juju Emerger appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Erica Nelson Featured in New York Times

Erica Nelson is an indigenous fly fishing guide in Colorado – one of only two women to claim that title in the whole state. Mark Aiken, of The New York Times, recently put together this fantastic feature on Erica and her accomplishments as a guide and as a person. You can read the entire story here. The […]

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Maine Announces Brook Trout Habitat Protections

The state of Maine just unveiled new conservation projects that will protect some of the last remaining Eastern brook trout habitat in the United States. These projects have the green light and should start this year. To read more about the habitat protections, click here. The post Maine Announces Brook Trout Habitat Protections appeared first […]

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Pebble Mine Veto Decision Delayed

The Pebble Mine project is nothing if not persistent. While it’s unfortunate that Pebble won’t go away, there is still some light at the end of the tunnel. However, getting there will take some work on the part of the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA has delayed a decision on when to hold a hearing […]

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Story: “In Praise of the Mighty Whitey”

Tom Reed wrote this story for Fly Fisherman Magazine a few years ago, and they recently republished it online. The story is an ode to whitefish, an oft-maligned native fish here in the West that has more business in our rivers than browns or rainbows. Whitefish are a fantastic catch on a fly rod. Just last week […]

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‘LIKE IT HIT A BRICK WALL’ 5 eliminated as pick-up rakes rig…

‘LIKE IT HIT A BRICK WALL’ 5 eliminated as pick-up rakes right into bicyclists in Michigan|Fox News The motorist attempted to run away on foot, yet was snatched quickly after the 7 p. m. event, informed authorities. Obtaining informed cops had actually gotten numerous telephone calls caution were made concerning the pick-up previously Tuesday “over […]

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