Simms Buys River’s Edge Fly Shop

Simms, the Bozeman, Montana-based wader and apparel manufacturer, announced last week that they’ve bought The River’s Edge fly shop. The River’s Edge has been a staple retail establishment in Bozeman for almost 40 years. You can read more about the purchase, and what it means for both Simms and The River’s Edge, here. The post […]

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Whip Finish Wednesday: Tying Tips for Beginners

If you’re new to fly tying, it’s not uncommon to feel like you’re drinking from a firehose. There’s so much information, so many patterns, and so many ways to tie the same fly, that it’s tough to keep it all straight. That’s why the folks at the Flying Ties YouTube channel decided to put together […]

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LIVE WĘDKARSKI 19! ANGLING PLANET 4 #! DZIEJE SIĘ! Kolejne…

LIVE WĘDKARSKI 19! ANGLING PLANET 4 #! DZIEJE SIĘ! Kolejne zmiany na LIVE! Otwieramy pakę z zakupami i montujemy zestaw na jutrzejsze łowienie, a potem … FISHING PLANET! [REGULAMIN – PRZECZYTAJ KONIECZNIE] 1. Obrażanie i niestosowne zachowanie wobec prowadzącego i widzów – permanentny restriction (Nie jesteśmy mięsiarzami:-RRB- ograniczamy ilość rzucanego mięcha). 2. Trollowanie i spam […]

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Angling New Rods in Fountain Ponds In this video clip I’m sp…

Angling New Rods in Fountain Ponds In this video clip I’m speaking concerning signing up with up with Favorite Fishing as well as after that taking some of the brand-new poles to some old water fountain fish ponds to fish for largemouth bass. I’m angling with the Big Sexy and also Phantom collection poles in […]

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Could we reserve half the Ground for nature? Popular biologi…

Could we reserve half the Ground for nature? Popular biologist E.O. Wilson desires to establish apart fifty percent of the earth as secured locations for nature. Such locations are additionally significantly thought about by guardians as crucial in the battle to shield nature. In 2005, researchers with the University of Wisconsin-Madison approximated that human beings […]

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Shimano Stradic Ci4+ RA Reel wins Angler’s Mail honor

Located on premium Shimano reels Ci4+ is an innovative variation of Ci4, this product is 2 and also a fifty percent hrs stiffer so thereas much less flex in the reel body or blades, also under extreme stress. The 2500 dimension takes 160 m of 0.25 mm line, as well as the 4000 130 m […]

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Dam Failure Causes Fish Kill on Madison River

Sometime during the morning of Tuesday, November 30, 2021, a malfunction at the dam on Hebgen Lake near West Yellowstone, Montana caused the Madison River’s flows to drop to around 177 cubic feet per second (cfs). With water levels that low, fish were stranded outside of the Madison’s main channel. In addition, redds where brown […]

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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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Why Bass? Reflecting on America’s Favorite Fish

It’s no secret that, even with as fervently as us fly anglers love trout, bass are still the most popular gamefish in the United States. Even with the proliferation of the rainbow trout, bass still have a sizeable lead in the popularity contest here in America. How did that come to be? And perhaps more […]

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Opinion: Late Fall’s Best Trout Flies

Morgan Lyle, over at Field & Stream, got together with a few fly fishing guides and talked shop about fall fly patterns. Specifically, he wanted to know which flies guides go to when fall fishing starts to wrap up. The list shouldn’t surprise anyone, but it’s a good reminder of the key elements to focus on if […]

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