MidCurrent Gear Roundup Spring 2022

We recently launched a new feature column here at MidCurrent called the Gear Roundup. We’ll publish these at least once a quarter to highlight new gear that’s of interest to fly anglers and anyone who recreates outdoors. You can read the first installment of the Gear Roundup here. The post MidCurrent Gear Roundup Spring 2022 […]

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Fly Fishing Show Has Great 2022 Season

The folks over at The Fly Fishing Show had a successful 2022 season, and wanted to share a few of the successes both they and vendors saw. Below is a press release from The Fly Fishing Show. Shortly before 9 a.m. on a chilly January 28 in Edison, New Jersey, there was a sound that […]

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Thoughts on Wading Staffs

Wading staffs are one of the few pieces of fly fishing gear I haven’t used extensively. I thankfully haven’t needed to, but I know plenty of anglers who do need them. If you’re wondering how one could help you, I suggest reading this great piece from Dom Swentosky at Troutbitten.  The post Thoughts on Wading Staffs […]

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Orvis Podcast: Seven Deadly Sins of Nymph Fishing

Tom Rosenbauer has had Josh Nugent, of Out Fly Fishing in Calgary, on the Orvis Podcast a few times over the past few years to do a “Seven Deadly Sins” series. Their latest entry discusses the seven deadly sins of nymphing, and it’s a fantastic conversation. You can listen to the podcast here. The post […]

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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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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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Know Your Weights and Measures

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, put together this great piece on why it’s important for anglers to understand their weights and measures. Whether it’s the size of your leader or the distance you need to cast to a rising trout, knowing your weights and measures is an indispensable skill in fly fishing. Read what Dom had to […]

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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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Podcast: Fly Culture with April Vokey

April Vokey is one of the few anglers in this sport who needs no introduction. She’s an accomplished steelhead guide, fisher, and provides some outstanding content (her podcast Anchored is great, if you haven’t checked it out yet). It’s no surprise, then, that Pete Tyjas, over at The Fly Culture, had April on his show […]

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Streamer Presentations: Glides and Slides

Dom Swentosky is one of the most thoughtful anglers I’ve ever spoken with. It shows all through his writing over at Troubitten, and particularly in this recent piece on how to properly present streamers. You can read it in full here. The post Streamer Presentations: Glides and Slides appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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