Trout on the Rise in the Battenkill

The Battenkill River is one of the legendary fisheries on the East Coast, and thankfully, its trout population is on the rise. You can read more about this here. The post Trout on the Rise in the Battenkill appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Fly Fishing for Trout

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Fly Fishing for Trout Fly fishing is usually done for the different types of trout that exist in the waters and streams of the Western United States. A fly fishing journey to Colorado will find you capturing mainly rainbow trout, however if you are fishing the Great Lakes region, you will be looking at more […]

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International Fly Tying Symposium Updates Dates, Venue

The 30th annual International Fly Tying Symposium – postponed in 2020 due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic – has been rescheduled for Nov. 20-21, 2021, announced founder and director Chuck Furimsky. The event will be held at the Parsippany Hilton Hotel, 1 Hilton Court, Parsippany, New Jersey.  The hotel complex is some 51 miles from […]

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Capturing Pike with Mahseer Tackle – Fishing Britain, episod…

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Esthwaite 28lb pike waits up until darkness

http://www.gofishing.co.uk/Angling-Times/Section/News–Catches/General-News/Esthwaite-28lb-pike-waits-until-darkness/ Esthwaite water has actually remained in great type for pike this wintertime as David Black found when he banked this 28lb 4oz specimen.The Barrow-in-Furness fishermen went to the Lake District place, where he fished a fixed lamprey area on 2 treble hooks …

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10 of the world’s best piers: readers’ travel tips

From a favourite of John Betjeman to Polish art-deco cafes, underwater observatories and Hemingways fishing spot our readers reveal their favourite over-water strolls Winning tip: Huntington Beach, California Huntington Beach is the spiritual home of Californian surfing. I love strolling out early in the morning along Huntington Beach Pier, when the marine layer mist lingers, […]

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Tiny lift bites result in huge specimen roach haul

ROACH ace Charlie Kemmett spotted the slightest lift bites while float fishing, but he hit them, to put together this amazing haul of specimen redfins. Charlie Kemmett with his impressive Winkton roach haul. Fishing at Winkton on the Hampshire Avon, Charlie is pictured above holding his best fish, of 3 lb 1 oz. The others […]

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Fish poachers caught by new Fishery Watch

A NEW volunteer bailiff group has managed to rescue fish from poachers. Fishery Watch founder Adrian Lane challenged two poachers himself, and released the fish they’d caught. Fishery Watch founder Adrian Lane managed to stop two men who were attempting to steal fish from a free fishing venue in Gloucestershire. Adrian, aged 56, from nearby […]

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1,863 river pollutions… but 0 prosecutions

ANGLERS are furious after figures revealed that the Environment Agency hasn’t yet prosecuted a single water firm for river pollutions in 2018. Pollutions have been affecting rivers all over the country – but prosecutions have not been happening. Official figures show that there were 1,863 unlawful pollution incidents by water companies in rivers in England […]

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Big trout shocker for river coarse angler!

CHRIS BRENTNALL showed there are still surprises to be found in fishing when he landed this unexpected river catch… a 9 lb brown trout. Big River Trent trout – this ‘ferox’ slipped up to a pike angler using a big bait. The River Trent trout shock came when the 59-year-old Nottinghamshire angler was seeking pike. […]

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