Three Fly Fishing Guide Rigs

Pat Dorsey put together this great piece for Fly Fisherman Magazine highlighting three different guide rigs. For those new to fly fishing, or those looking to up their success rate this summer, these rigs are worth using. You can read the story here. The post Three Fly Fishing Guide Rigs appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Smallmouth Caught in Gardner River

A smallmouth bass was caught and harvested from the Gardner River, a tributary to the Yellowstone River. The fish was caught just outside of Yellowstone National Park’s boundary, and marks the highest point in the Yellowstone River drainage that smallmouth bass have ever been recorded. You can read more about the disturbing catch here. The […]

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Video: Particles and Droplets

Gilbert Rowley is one of the best fly fishing filmmakers producing right now. He just recently released a film – “Particles and Droplets” – on YouTube that previously was only shown during the International Fly Fishing Film Festival. The post Video: Particles and Droplets appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Weekly win: Trakker RLX Combi-Chair

THIS is a brilliant chair layout from Trakker. You can transform it from a criterion, yet comfy cushioned meeting chair to a reduced cyclist, by folding the back leg in, or utilize it to remain degree on a sloping financial institution. You can likewise utilize it as a bedchair seat in its reduced biker style […]

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These Are The Jobs That Will Cost You The Most Sleep When it…

These Are The Jobs That Will Cost You The Most Sleep When it is required to evaluate wellness as well as especially work-related wellness rest is typically ignored, Shockey described. To come up with the positions, the CDC assessed study reactions from 179,621 workers in 29 countries that reported exactly how much rest they commonly […]

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Improve Your Casting Accuracy

If you’re looking to start the new year off on the right foot, then this latest piece from Louis Cahill at Gink & Gasoline is for you. It details how a great fly cast starts with more than just your arm mechanics. You need a good, solid base – just like in any other sport. Read the […]

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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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Opinion: Fly Fishing During the Spawn

Over the past few years, I’ve talked extensively about how to responsibly fish during spawning season. This year, I decided to take things a step further and share my opinion that fishing during the spawn isn’t always the wrong choice. To understand why I feel that way, you can read this story here. The post […]

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Should You Cut or Retie Tangled Tippet?

It’s interesting to watch how different anglers react to tangled tippet and leaders. Some try to untangle it all, regardless of how bad the original knot was. Others don’t even try, and just cut the line and start over. Of course, there’s the question of which is the “right” thing to do, and the answer […]

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Potential World-record Catfish Landed on Fly Rod

Catching catfish on a fly rod is a goal of mine; where I live in Wyoming isn’t exactly a great place to go looking for catfish. So when I saw this story of an angler out of Texas who landed a potential world-record catfish on a fly rod, I was more than a bit jealous. […]

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