New York DEC Responds to River Ownership Claims

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has made a formal reply to Beau Beasley’s article in Fly Fisherman Magazine about public access on the Delaware River. The DEC is conducting a review of case law to determine if the public has access to continue to use the Delaware River as it has for decades. You […]

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Fly Fisherman Father’s Day Gift Guide

The folks over at Fly Fisherman Magazine recently released their Father’s Day Gift Guide for 2022. You can view the guide here. The post Fly Fisherman Father’s Day Gift Guide appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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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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Orvis Podcast: Good News From the Everglades

Tom Rosenbauer sits down with Dr. Steve Davis to discuss some much-needed good news from the Everglades. Davis is the chief scientist for the Everglades Foundation, and he gives some updates on the group’s projects to restore habitat for fish throughout the region. Listen to the podcast here. The post Orvis Podcast: Good News From […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Fly Fishing Gear

Whether you’ve never fly fished before, or you’re just getting into the sport, this beginner’s guide to fly fishing gear can answer all your questions. You can view it in full here. The post A Beginner’s Guide to Fly Fishing Gear appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Tying Tuesday: Possie Bugger

This week’s edition of Tying Tuesday comes to us from Charlie Craven, where he dives into the wayback machine to find an old-school pattern that’s still incredibly productive – the Possie Bugger. The post Tying Tuesday: Possie Bugger appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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How to Euro Jig Streamers

Growing up, I split my time evenly between fly fishing and throwing jigs on my old Ugly Stik. As I started spending more time with my fly rod, I tried to incorporate some of the skills I learned from throwing jigs into my fly game. So, I really enjoyed this piece from George Daniel in Fly […]

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Sage Launches New THERMO Reel

Sage just announced the release of a new saltwater-focused fly reel – the THERMO. It’s built for huge fish on massive water, available only in weights 10-12 and 12-16. This is truly a big-game reel built for big-time fishing moments. A press release on the new reel is below. You can view more about the […]

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The Popper-Dropper Rig

I almost always fish a hopper-dropper-dropper rig, even during the dead of winter. It’s more effective than most folks realize. What I haven’t ever tried, however, is a popper-dropper rig. Yes, you read that right. Kent Klewein, over at Gink & Gasoline, wrote all about it and the efficacy of this rig here. The post The Popper-Dropper […]

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Cops seized 1.1 tonnes of drug in among Australia’s biggest …

Cops seized 1.1 tonnes of drug in among Australia’s biggest numbing bring Concerning 500 kilos of drug were seized in a procedure at Parsley Bay, north of Sydney, late on Christmas Day. Fifteen human beings, presumably component of an Australian scoundrel cartel, have actually been jailed in link to 500 kg of drug in NSW […]

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