Fly Fisherman Throwback: Mother’s Day Hatch

This is a throwback story from the September 1987 edition of Fly Fisherman Magazine that tells the story of the legendary Mother’s Day caddis hatch. This is a fun glimpse to what trout fishing was like back in the late ’80s. You can read the story here. The post Fly Fisherman Throwback: Mother’s Day Hatch appeared first […]

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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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50 Greatest Milestones of Modern Fly Fishing

If you’re any sort of fly fishing history buff, then Ted Leeson’s piece over at Fly Fisherman Magazine is for you. In it, he details the 50 greatest milestones in modern fly fishing history, starting way back in 1947 with the introduction of the Wonderod – the first fly rod built with a synthetic shaft material. This […]

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‘Rocky Mountain Fly Highway’ Showing Scheduled in Sun Valley

Sun Valley, Idaho, is a fantastic home base for any fly angler who can afford to live there. Even if you can only visit, it’s a wonderful place to spend a few days. On Wednesday, March 9, the Sun Valley Community Library is screening a new short film called “Rocky Mountain Fly Highway.” It details […]

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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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Penn State Receives Large Donation for Fly Fishing Program

Penn State’s fly fishing program is unique, not only because it teaches fly fishing, but because of who is associated with it. Legendary angler Joe Humphreys helped the program start, and current world-renowned angler George Daniels heads the course. Penn State announced this week that they received a $250,000 anonymous donation, with only one string […]

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Story: “Tenkara Steelhead”

Last year I guided a set of brothers who are diehard tenkara anglers. I’ve dabbled in tenkara, but never extensively. Watching these guys put the hurt on high country trout was something else. That’s why I’m so intrigued by this story from Tim Harris over at Gink & Gasoline. It details fishing for steelhead with tenkara. You […]

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Passionate Carp Arctic Thermal Suit Fishermen’s Mail take on…

Passionate Carp Arctic Thermal Suit Fishermen’s Mail take on editor Richard Howard is the No. 1 items examiner, examining out lots of high quality set each week. Fishermen’s Mail deal with editor Richard Howard is the No. 1 items examiner, inspecting out tons of top quality set each week.

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Fishing With A Glock 9mm Handgun Underwater is Almost Litera…

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Capturing a NICE Musky While Bank Fishing at Marsh Creek

As I start to kind this summary, it is 25 levels outside, as well as there is a noreaster stated to bring a foot of snow to my location in a couple of days … Not a large follower of the return of winter months … I waded the coasts of Marsh Creek, tossing an […]

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