Book: “America’s Bountiful Waters”

Author Craig Springer released this book last year, titled America’s Bountiful Waters. The book is meant to commemorate 150 years of fisheries conservation within the United States Fish & Wildlife Service. You can read more about the book, and order it, here. The post Book: “America’s Bountiful Waters” appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Shakespeare: The weird means individuals checked out food in…

Shakespeare: The weird means individuals checked out food in the 16 th Century – BBC News In Shakespeare’s Henry IV component 2 Falstaff criticises Hal’s sober sibling, Prince John. Nutritional authors encouraged consuming fruit just periodically, as well as prior to suppers, preventing the French routine of consuming it after suppers(for treat). Commemorating Shakespeare-why trouble? […]

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Potential World-Record Mountain Whitefish Caught in Oregon

Whitefish don’t ever get the love they truly deserve. They’re a native fish that still thrives in spite of our efforts to destroy their habitat, and they put up a fantastic fight. If you’re into keeping fish, they’re great smoked. I have a feeling that Alex Dietz has fallen in love with whitefish, too. He […]

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Mr. President, conserve Mexico’s ‘panda of the sea’

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IF4 Announces 2022 Selections, Showings

The International Fly Fishing Film Festival (IF4) is back for 2022, appearing in theaters for the first time since the pandemic hit. Among this year’s official selections are films by industry stalwarts Gilbert Rowley and Todd Moen, and an interesting movie about some remote rivers in Russia. You can find a full press release about […]

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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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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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Never Get Tangled Again

The folks over at RIO produced this short video last month, and it’s likely to make plenty of anglers scoff in disbelief. That’s the usual reaction when you claim to have a solution for a problem older than angling itself – tangling your fishing line. But this tip might just do the trick. Watch the […]

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Gierach: “You Can’t Eat the Scenery”

John Gierach needs no introduction. His writing is some of the best I’ve ever read, and he keeps pumping out new, engrossing stories on a regular basis. In this excerpt from an essay titled, “You Can’t Eat the Scenery,” Gierach takes us on a tour of fishing in Alaska. It’s a wonderful story that should […]

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