Tying Tuesday: Spanish Perdigon

Ben Baxter with Anglers All sat down to give us this new tutorial on tying the Spanish Perdigon, a favorite among the Euro nymphing crowd. The post Tying Tuesday: Spanish Perdigon appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Report: Half of US Waters too Polluted for Fish

According to a new report issued by the Environmental Integrity Project, a watchdog group in Washington, D.C., over half of the lakes and rivers in the United States are too polluted for fish to swim healthily. You can read more about the report here. The post Report: Half of US Waters too Polluted for Fish […]

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Thoughts on Wading Staffs

Wading staffs are one of the few pieces of fly fishing gear I haven’t used extensively. I thankfully haven’t needed to, but I know plenty of anglers who do need them. If you’re wondering how one could help you, I suggest reading this great piece from Dom Swentosky at Troutbitten.  The post Thoughts on Wading Staffs […]

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Asking the Right Questions

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, put this great piece together on a topic I’ve discussed at length with new and veteran anglers alike. Are we, as anglers, asking the right questions in order to help us be more productive while on the water? It’s a fascinating question, and Dom covers this topic extremely well. You can […]

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Opinion: Is the Fly Fishing Industry Making Us Soft?

Paul Puckett, over at Gink & Gasoline, put together a fantastic piece where he discusses how fly fishing is too easy these days. I have to say, I agree with Paul – but there are still plenty of undiscovered gems out there. Regardless, it’s worth reading Puckett’s ideas, which you can find here. The post Opinion: Is […]

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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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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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Duterte handle China over Scarborough Shoal reveals United S…

Duterte handle China over Scarborough Shoal reveals United States failing

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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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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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