Dylan Tomine to Visit Sun Valley

Dylan Tomine, author of the new book Headwaters, is visiting the Community Library in Sun Valley, Idaho, on June 23 at 7:00 p.m., to discuss his book and all things fly fishing. Tomine is currently touring through the Mountain West with his book. You can get details on the Sun Valley event here, and other readings here. […]

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Historic Flooding Closes Yellowstone

Historic flooding along the Yellowstone River basin has closed portions Yellowstone National Park indefinitely. The entire park is tentatively closed until June 19, which is what park officials say is the earliest date the southern end of Yellowstone might open. Entire portions of the road between Mammoth Hot Springs – located in the northern end […]

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Montana Towns Suffer from Catastrophic Flooding

Towns along the Yellowstone River in southern Montana are experiencing extreme hardship due to the flooding that started in Yellowstone National Park. Gardiner, Montana suffered the loss of at least one home, featured in a viral video you can see below. Dramatic footage captured the moment a house falls into the Yellowstone River and was […]

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BLM Purchase Opens New Fishing Access in Wyoming

Thanks to a purchase of 35,670 acres of land near Capser, Wyoming, access is open on 8.8 miles of the North Platte River that were previously inaccessible to anglers. You can read more about the land purchase here. The post BLM Purchase Opens New Fishing Access in Wyoming appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Fast Leader Changes

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, put this set of tips together to help you figure out how to quickly change leaders. Switching leaders is a pain, and it takes away from time spent on the water. This article, though, should help you cut down on the time you spend tying knots. Read Dom’s story here. The post […]

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A Simple Approach to Leaders

Art Scheck put together this informative primer on leaders, and the best ways to simplify your approach to them. You can read everything Scheck has to say here. The post A Simple Approach to Leaders appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Let it Ride

This is a wonderful story from Daniel Galhardo over at Gink & Gasoline. This piece details why you always need to let your cast ride – don’t pick up and recast instantly! You can read the story here. The post Let it Ride appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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New Film: “The Streak”

In a new film exclusively on Fly Fisherman Magazine‘s YouTube channel and website, we’re treated to a wonderful story. “The Streak” details the events that led two friends to catch fish together, every calendar month, for 19 years on Montana’s Bitterroot River. You can view the film here. The post New Film: “The Streak” appeared first […]

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BTT Commits $600,000 to Permit Spawning Research

The Bonefish and Tarpon Trust (BTT) just announced that they’re committing $600,000 to monitor permit spawning sites in the Florida Keys. This is an enormous step forward in conserving and protecting the permit populations in Florida. To learn more about what the project will entail, you can read the full press release from BTT here. […]

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‘Rocky Mountain Fly Highway’ Showing Scheduled in Sun Valley

Sun Valley, Idaho, is a fantastic home base for any fly angler who can afford to live there. Even if you can only visit, it’s a wonderful place to spend a few days. On Wednesday, March 9, the Sun Valley Community Library is screening a new short film called “Rocky Mountain Fly Highway.” It details […]

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