Facing the Fear of Fishing

Does fishing intimidate you but you would really like to get out there and try it? Patricia Clement has been there and has a few tips for you! Read more: www.takemefishing.org

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Costa Releases Lido Performance Frames

Costa Sunglasses, manufacturer of the first color-enhancing all-polarized glass sunglass lens, brings next-level performance and style to its spring 2022 collection with the new Lido. Versatile, stylish and packed with performance features, Lido is where form meets function. Lido might have a laid back vibe, but don’t let it fool you, its pro-level features compete […]

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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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This Woman Is Sailing All Over the World With Only Her Water…

This Woman Is Sailing All Over the World With Only Her Water-Loving Cat On tranquil evenings, she fishes off of a soft leading surf board connected to the side of Swell with a little light that draws in fish, Clark informed. Along with fishing, Amelia’s pastimes consist of going for strollings on the coastline and […]

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Salmon angling period opens up- in scenes

The Scottish town of Kenmore has actually been the typical location for the opening of the period considering that 1947, with this year noting the 70 th wedding anniversary Read a lot more: www.theguardian.com

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Video: A Journey Upstream

When we think of conservation in fly fishing, we often think of trout in the Rockies, or salmon and steelhead in the Pacific. And while those are certainly necessary and important conservation projects, it’s important not to overlook other initiatives. That’s the mindset behind a film from two young brothers about conserving the fishery on […]

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Video: Life in the Cactus Forest

Chase and Aimee Bartee are back at it with their phenomenal series “For Wild’s Sake.” Their latest installment sets the stage for the rare fish of the desert Southwest, in the cactus forest. Watch the video below. The post Video: Life in the Cactus Forest appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Opinion: Late Fall’s Best Trout Flies

Morgan Lyle, over at Field & Stream, got together with a few fly fishing guides and talked shop about fall fly patterns. Specifically, he wanted to know which flies guides go to when fall fishing starts to wrap up. The list shouldn’t surprise anyone, but it’s a good reminder of the key elements to focus on if […]

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5 Old-School Striper Patterns

With the fall run of striped bass fast approaching, you’re probably spending some time at the tying vise to get ready. But you don’t need to focus on finding the latest hot new fly. According to the folks over at Field & Stream, you just need five classic patterns. You can view the list of patterns […]

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AmazingFishing by Electric Tool – Fishing in Cambodia – How …

AmazingFishing by Electric Tool – Fishing in Cambodia – How to Catch Fish with modern-day Tool Hi all belove customers as well as site visitors. Welcoming from Cambodia.

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