5 Tips for Taking a Kid on a Guided Trip

Taking kids fishing is a fun, worthwhile activity. It’s one of the best ways to pass along your love for the sport. But taking kids on a guided trip can be a bit of a gamble. After all, guided trips aren’t cheap, and you’ll want to get the most out of your day that you […]

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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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Herdsmans compete with Obama over brand-new nationwide monol…

Herdsmans compete with Obama over brand-new nationwide monoliths in Utah and also Nevada The step outraged lots of Utahns still frustrated at President Bill Clintons relocate in 1996 to call the 1.8 million acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southerly Utah. As for searching and also fishing– both prominent leisure activities in the fresh called […]

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“Mega Trends” in Fly Fishing for 2022

The folks over at Angling Trade were fairly astute in their predictions for the fly fishing industry throughout the pandemic. That makes their recent list of “mega trends” the sport will see in 2022 all the more interesting. Kirk Deeter – who wrote this piece – predicts that we’ll see a normalization of the supply chain, and […]

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Podcast: Destination Angler with Ryan Kelly

Ryan Kelly is a great friend of mine, and he’s an even better photographer. His video and still photography work is some of the best I’ve ever seen, and not just in fly fishing. Ryan’s a versatile photographer, and you’ve probably seen his work on Instagram, where he posts under the handle @Greenriverflyfisher. Ryan was […]

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4 Tips for Becoming a Better Fly Caster

George Daniel has some great tips to help you become a better fly caster, which he detailed in this recent story for Hatch Magazine. You can read them in full here. The post 4 Tips for Becoming a Better Fly Caster appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Tribes Win Water Rights Support in California

Water rights laws are as confusing as they are long-lasting, and wading through them is often an exercise that ends in a headache. Historically, though, water rights have negatively impacted American Indian tribes in the West. And in California, a judge recently gave the Hoopa Valley Tribe hope that the next draft of water rights […]

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The Backing Barrel Sighter

This story comes to us from Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten. The story details a style of tight-line sighter indicators Dom calls “Backing Barrel Sighters.” Dom also says these might be the best sighters ever, for tight-line nymphing. Read the story here. The post The Backing Barrel Sighter appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Kayak Bass Fishing– My Biggest Bass (once again).

. Brice’s Insta/Guide solution– http://bit.ly/2mo7T64. Email Russ for Kayaks– Cowtownkayaks@gmail.com. Get Kayaks below– http://bit.ly/2lsPL73. Set up Shirt– http://bit.ly/2g8SJeC. Struck yea with that dual upload! That would certainly would have assumed I would certainly have damaged my PB two times in one month. — Young Plugg. What I movie with … Drone– http://amzn.to/28SzZjw. Video camera– http://amzn.to/28WQz2y. […]

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