Night Fishing for Brown Trout

The folks over at Flymen Fishing are putting out some fantastic content these days, and this piece from Stephen Nymick is no exception. This story dishes the details on fishing for big brown trout at night, and why that’s likely the best way to catch your local creek’s trophy. You can read the story here. […]

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Now or Never for Columbia Basin Steelhead

The perils that face steelhead and salmon in the Columbia River basin aren’t new to anglers. This story by Rich Simms and Greg Fitz, though, helps put it all in context. If you’ve been curious about exactly how much trouble these fish are in, you need to read this story. The post Now or Never […]

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Salmon Passage Approved on Puget Sound’s Green River

As part of the infrastructure law passed by Congress and signed by President Joe Biden, Puget Sound’s Green River will get enough money to construct a fish passage at the Howard Hanson Dam. The fish passage will provide salmon access to over 100 miles of spawning habitat on the upper Green River. Construction on the […]

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The Best Shad Flies

If you live anywhere near rivers where shad will soon start running, you ought to consider tying up some of these flies. Chasing shad on the fly is a great way to try something new this year, and it offers a chance to start fishing before the trout really wake up. You can read more […]

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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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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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Weekly win: DAM Quick Z-Base Big Pit Reel

THIS brand-new huge pit reel from DAM ticks a great deal of boxes. Many thanks to the slow-moving oscillation, best line lay, as well as lengthy actors spindle taking 400 m of 0.35 mm line, you can thud a lure out with it. Itas likewise quite lit up as well for its dimension at 635 […]

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Champions League last 2016: Real Madrid favourites, informs …

Champions League last 2016: Real Madrid favourites, informs Carlo Ancelotti That much better positioned to evaluate this period’s European Champions League last than Carlo Ancelotti?

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Story: “New Life for Armstrong Creek”

The folks at Fly Fisherman Magazine are running some of their classic stories from past print editions in the online magazine. This is a great chance to revisit some of the great stories Fly Fisherman has published over the years. This story details how many of the spring creeks in Montana’s Paradise Valley became open to the public for […]

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Hybrid Coho, Chinook Salmon Found in Canada

Researchers found a surprise when running genetic tests on salmon collected near Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The salmon appeared, at first, to be chinook salmon. Testing showed they were a hybrid between coho and chinook, a surprise since the two salmon don’t share spawning habitat. The going theory at the moment is that low water […]

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