Smith Launches New Optics Lines

Smith Optics, one of the leaders in outdoor eyewear manufacturing, announced the launch of two new product lines. The Embark sunglasses are Smith’s first-ever glacier-style shades that come complete with ventilated and flexible TPU side shields. The Bobcat combines goggle-like performance with the airflow and comfort of a pair of sunglasses. It’s a smaller, lighter-weight […]

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Bobbit Worms Are Pure Nope, So Why Would You Want To Catch O…

Bobbit Worms Are Pure Nope, So Why Would You Want To Catch One? I Have No Idea. That being stated, there are some out there that make a pastime out of capturing the creepy-crawlies., he captures bobbit worms to make use of as lure to capture larger fish. In the video clip summary he informs, […]

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Internet Fishing In Battambang Province – Khmer Cast Net Fis…

Internet Fishing In Battambang Province – Khmer Cast Net Fishing – Cambodia Traditional Fishing( Part 10). Hey there everyone as well as individuals around the globe.

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Canoeists CAN NOT paddle up angling places A public right of…

Canoeists CAN NOT paddle up angling places A public right of navigating( PRN) can just be developed by lengthy use of watercrafts on the pertinent stretch of river. That usage needs to have been regular and also normal, and also have to have constructed the river of considerable useful worth as a network of interaction […]

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Cutthroat Trout Stocked in Holston River

In an effort to provide anglers with a different experiences, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) stocked over 2,500 cutthroat trout into a section of the Holston River. This is the second stocking of cutthroat trout in Tennessee in 2021. You can read more about the fish stocking efforts here. The post Cutthroat Trout Stocked […]

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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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Column: “Staying Connected To Angling During Winter”

With the onset of winter, many of us are either digging out down jackets and wool base layers, or retreating to the tying bench. For the anglers who don’t – or can’t – fish during winter, and who don’t tie flies, this can be a lonely part of the year. That’s where this recent column […]

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Opinion: Infrastructure Matters for Wildlife

This is an interesting piece from Ashlee Abrantes, a PhD candidate at the University of Washington, in which she argues that wildlife need as much help with their infrastructure as humans need with ours. It’s an interesting premise, obviously spurred by the recent passage of the infrastructure bill in the U.S. Congress. Read Abrantes’s story […]

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Fly Casting Tips

Kent Klewein, over at Gink & Gasoline, put this story together on how you can perfect the timing of your fly cast. As a guide myself, I love the simple steps Kent outlines here, and they’ll more than likely help you improve your casting. Read the story here. The post Fly Casting Tips appeared first on MidCurrent. […]

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