The Secrets of Fishermen

This is a fun story from Tim Schulz over at Hatch Magazine that broaches the subject of an angler’s many secrets. Which ones should be shared, if any? Read the story here to see if you agree with Schulz. The post The Secrets of Fishermen appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Salmon Passage Approved on Puget Sound’s Green River

As part of the infrastructure law passed by Congress and signed by President Joe Biden, Puget Sound’s Green River will get enough money to construct a fish passage at the Howard Hanson Dam. The fish passage will provide salmon access to over 100 miles of spawning habitat on the upper Green River. Construction on the […]

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BTT Commits $600,000 to Permit Spawning Research

The Bonefish and Tarpon Trust (BTT) just announced that they’re committing $600,000 to monitor permit spawning sites in the Florida Keys. This is an enormous step forward in conserving and protecting the permit populations in Florida. To learn more about what the project will entail, you can read the full press release from BTT here. […]

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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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Podcast: Orvis Podcast with Kirk Deeter

Tom Rosenbauer sat down with fishing writer and editor extraordinaire Kirk Deeter on a recent episode of the Orvis Fly Fishing Podcast. During the show, they discuss something that really caught my interest – whether we’ve gone “too far” with native trout. If you’re curious what “too far” means, then I suggest you listen to […]

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HuffPost Among 2015 George Polk Award Winners The institutio…

HuffPost Among 2015 George Polk Award Winners The institution released 17 George Polk Awards in 16 classifications this year. George Polk was a CBS News reporter in Greece that was fired as well as eliminated in 1948 while covering the nation’s civil battle. The college released 17 George Polk Awards in 16 groups this year. […]

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Angling A Homemade Wooden Topwater Rat Lure I’ve desired to …

Angling A Homemade Wooden Topwater Rat Lure I’ve desired to capture a fish on my friend Jack’s self-made rat attraction for some time currently and also I ultimately obtained it done! Enjoyable day fish pond jumping in Dallas with Peric, constantly understood they would certainly strike the rat! Peric: http://bit.ly/2bXimx7 If you appreciated:-RRB-, be certain […]

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Western Fly Fishing Expo Returns to Idaho

The Western Fly Fishing Expo, one of the largest gatherings of fly anglers in the northern Rockies, is back for 2022. It was cancelled last year due to the pandemic. The expo features presentations from industry experts and vendors, along with seminars and fly tying lessons. You can learn more about the Expo here. The […]

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Wyoming Angler Starts Fishing School

Zac Sexton, a native of Buffalo, WY, has been a diehard fly angler his entire life. And he’s trying to turn that passion into something he can more easily share with others. Sexton is working on getting a fly fishing school up and running in the small town of Buffalo, nestled on the east slope […]

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How to Pick Streamers for Big Fall Trout

It’s that time of year when it seems like everyone posting on Instagram is sharing photos of big fish they hooked on streamers. If you want in on that action this year, then Kubie Brown’s recent story over at The Meat Eater will help you pick out the streamers that’ll land you a really big […]

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