Targeting Trout in Stillwater

Landon Mayer put together this great piece that goes into detail on targeting trout in stillwater. As someone who personally hopes to up my own stillwater angling game, this was a great story to read through. You can view it in full here. The post Targeting Trout in Stillwater appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Now or Never for Columbia Basin Steelhead

The perils that face steelhead and salmon in the Columbia River basin aren’t new to anglers. This story by Rich Simms and Greg Fitz, though, helps put it all in context. If you’ve been curious about exactly how much trouble these fish are in, you need to read this story. The post Now or Never […]

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Tying Tuesday: Vulgata Dun

This is a fun tying tutorial for a species of mayfly that hatches with abundance in Sweden – Ephemera vulgata. This mayfly is large, and the pattern isn’t easy. It’s tied gorgeously here in this video by Trout Castz. The post Tying Tuesday: Vulgata Dun appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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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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Frank Moore, Steelhead Conservationist, Dead at 98

Frank Moore was an enormously influential steelhead conservationist, and an accomplished fly fisherman. He passed away earlier this week at age 98. Moore was also a World War II veteran. Moore’s impact on wild steelhead was enough to merit the Oregon state legislature creating the Frank and Jeanie Moore Steelhead Sanctuary, which protects more than […]

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Sorry West Coast, Dungeness Crab Is Off The Table For Now Fa…

Sorry West Coast, Dungeness Crab Is Off The Table For Now Fans of wonderful, weighty Dungeness crab are going to have to resolve for the smaller sized Chesapeake blue crabs for currently. While Kudela waited to straight associate the harmful Dungeness crabs to environment modification, he did state the uncommonly high degrees of domoic acid […]

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Angling Docks for BIG Bass !!

One more strong early morning of bass angling right here in Texas !! Make certain to check out the poles listed below!! Sick Stick Casting Combo $149.99 – http://bit.ly/2nAE0wR Ill Stick Spinning Combo $129.99 – http://bit.ly/2nNVB3A The lure I was utilizing – http://amzn.to/2mRP2h8 Jason’s Channel – http://bit.ly/2jBMxjD Never Ever Fear Anything HAT – http://bit.ly/NFAhat1 Fishing […]

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First Fly Fishing Show of 2022 Cancelled

The annual Fly Fishing Show that kicks off each year on the East Coast has cancelled its first event in Marlborough, MA. You can read more details of the cancellation, as well as what may happen to future shows, here. The post First Fly Fishing Show of 2022 Cancelled appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Oregon Votes To Continue Wild Steelhead Harvest

Despite fierce public backlash, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife voted 5-2 to adopt a new fisheries management plan that allows for the harvest of wild steelhead. With these fish already facing immense pressure from dozens of other threats, the decision to continue harvest of wild steelhead has left many in the fly fishing […]

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Fly Fishing for Lake Trout

More and more often, I’m seeing pictures of big lake trout on Instagram (I’m looking at you, Lance Egan). Lake trout have often been hard-to-reach for fly anglers, due to their penchant for living in deep, cold water. But some anglers have cracked the code for catching these fish on fly rods. To learn more, […]

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