Field & Stream Classics: Fishing for Bass

The folks at Field & Stream have been releasing classic stories from their archives over the past year. One of their recent releases was a story from A.J. McClane on fly fishing for bass. You can read the story here. The post Field & Stream Classics: Fishing for Bass appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Fly Fishing, Conservation Bolster Mental Health

This story comes to us from Kara Armano in Sky-Hi News, a local outlet in Grand County, Colorado. The story details how fly fishing and conservation bolster mental health. With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, this is a timely, and well-done story. You can read it in full here. The post Fly Fishing, Conservation Bolster Mental […]

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St. Croix Names New Brand Manager

As part of their reentry into the fly fishing world, St. Croix has named Tom Larimer as fly fishing brand manager. Larimer previously worked for G. Loomis and as a guide on the Deschutes River in Oregon. You can read more about Larimer and the new role for St. Croix here. The post St. Croix […]

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Story: Use Your Map!

This is a great story from Justin Pickett over at Gink & Gasoline, about the need to use your map while you’re out fishing and exploring. It’s a fun read about an adventure he had trying to find a lake in Patagonia. You can read the story here. The post Story: Use Your Map! appeared first on […]

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Daiichi Unveils New Brand Identity

One of the bigger events at the 2022 International Fly Tackle Dealer (IFTD) show was Daiichi unveiling their new brand identity. Daiichi is a brand many fly tiers are familiar with. The company is moving in some new, exciting directions. The photo above is the brand’s new logo, and you’ll see similar updated messaging throughout […]

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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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Why You Should Fish More Leeches

Landon Mayer is one of the best guides in fly fishing, and he’s made a name for himself as someone who knows how to catch big fish. So, when Landon talks, I usually sit up straight and listen. His latest story for Fly Fisherman Magazine details why us anglers ought to fish more leech flies. As Mayer […]

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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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Master Reaper Pole Section Retainer

Below is an additional convenient little device from the group at Guru. The Pole Section Retainer will certainly suit anything from a No. 4 to a butt area. It features 2 post socks as well as a beneficial center grasp in between. Including an EVA layered structure for optimum security as well as thick post […]

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Luckiest Fish Catch– Spring Fishing on Lake Fork

Reserve a Guided Lake Fork Trip– http://bit.ly/2mBk8M6 Billy’s YouTube– http://bit.ly/2naNUEj Billy’s Facebook– http://bit.ly/2mxJmdV S/O to my homie Billy for placing me on the juice box. No far better time to fish than currently. Obtain after that springtime hustle and also stick some fat n’ saucy toads! — Young Plugg Fishin Gear Used Today Senko Setup […]

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