Targeting Trout in Stillwater

Landon Mayer put together this great piece that goes into detail on targeting trout in stillwater. As someone who personally hopes to up my own stillwater angling game, this was a great story to read through. You can view it in full here. The post Targeting Trout in Stillwater appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Silver Creek at a Crossroads

Matthew L. Miller has written about Idaho’s famous Silver Creek for years, and this recent piece of his is one of his best. It details the potentially tricky future that faces Silver Creek, and what anglers can do to help the storied fishery. You can read all of Miller’s story here. The post Silver Creek […]

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Story: “In Praise of the Mighty Whitey”

Tom Reed wrote this story for Fly Fisherman Magazine a few years ago, and they recently republished it online. The story is an ode to whitefish, an oft-maligned native fish here in the West that has more business in our rivers than browns or rainbows. Whitefish are a fantastic catch on a fly rod. Just last week […]

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Cease Crabbing: Obama Makes Major No-go Zone For Fishermen I…

Cease Crabbing: Obama Makes Major No-go Zone For Fishermen In The Atlantic In a press launch, the Atlantic Offshore Lobstermens Association proclaimed that We discover it wretched that the federal government is kicking the residential angling fleet out of a location where they sustainably gather healthy and balanced fish supplies. Ray Hilborn, a fisheries researcher […]

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“Mega Trends” in Fly Fishing for 2022

The folks over at Angling Trade were fairly astute in their predictions for the fly fishing industry throughout the pandemic. That makes their recent list of “mega trends” the sport will see in 2022 all the more interesting. Kirk Deeter – who wrote this piece – predicts that we’ll see a normalization of the supply chain, and […]

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Oregon Votes To Continue Wild Steelhead Harvest

Despite fierce public backlash, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife voted 5-2 to adopt a new fisheries management plan that allows for the harvest of wild steelhead. With these fish already facing immense pressure from dozens of other threats, the decision to continue harvest of wild steelhead has left many in the fly fishing […]

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Story: “Flood Tide Redfish”

Owen Plair put together this story about fishing for redfish during flood tides over at Gink & Gasoline. Plair claims that fishing redfish on these flood tides is one of the most unique experiences fly anglers can find anywhere. Read the full story here. The post Story: “Flood Tide Redfish” appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Opinion: Don’t Ignore Triggerfish

Chris Hunt had a great piece in Hatch Magazine earlier this week, and he’s just followed it up with another fun read. This one details why you shouldn’t ignore chasing triggerfish – and other new-to-you species – on the flats. It’s not all bonefish, tarpon, and permit, after all. Read Hunt’s story here. The post Opinion: Don’t […]

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Just How Overfishing And Shark-Finning Could Increase The Pa…

Just How Overfishing And Shark-Finning Could Increase The Pace Of Climate Change The factor for this rise in carbon dioxide manufacturing is based on a proven and also straightforward environmental concept found out just how to biology trainees in colleges, that power and also biomass are not effectively moved via the food chain. Getting rid […]

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A Japanese spacecraft made to tidy up area scrap fell short …

A Japanese spacecraft made to tidy up area scrap fell short the coming week Photo: Space Agency/ REX/ Shutterstock Since the dawn of the room age, human beings have actually released incredible items of sophisticated innovation to orbit. At the minute, NASA tracks concerning 500,000 items of room scrap the dimension of a marble or […]

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