Lahontan Cutthroat Stocked in Lake Tahoe

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced the stocking of 100,000 Lahontan cutthroat into Lake Tahoe this summer. The stocking of these fish into Lake Tahoe could theoretically create another bastion of genetically pure fish, although there’s risk of hybridization with the rainbow trout currently inhabiting the lake. You can read more about the […]

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Montana Towns Suffer from Catastrophic Flooding

Towns along the Yellowstone River in southern Montana are experiencing extreme hardship due to the flooding that started in Yellowstone National Park. Gardiner, Montana suffered the loss of at least one home, featured in a viral video you can see below. Dramatic footage captured the moment a house falls into the Yellowstone River and was […]

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Story: Everything Has a Flipside

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, recently penned this fun story titled “Everything Has a Flipside.” You can read it in full here. The post Story: Everything Has a Flipside appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Tying Tuesday: Peacock Butcher

The Peacock Butcher wet fly is a great little pattern for those looking to either expand their tying skills, or to change up their spring fishing. You can see how to tie this classic pattern below, thanks to Davie McPhail. The post Tying Tuesday: Peacock Butcher appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Hot Boyl Fishing You will certainly not think! Angling in a …

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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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Video: A Journey Upstream

When we think of conservation in fly fishing, we often think of trout in the Rockies, or salmon and steelhead in the Pacific. And while those are certainly necessary and important conservation projects, it’s important not to overlook other initiatives. That’s the mindset behind a film from two young brothers about conserving the fishery on […]

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Opinion: When to Move, When to Stay

Evan Jones, over at the Orvis Fly Fishing Blog, put together this interesting piece that asks expert anglers and guides their opinion on when you should move on from a particular fish or hole. Knowing when to move on or stay and wait out a fish or a run is something that’s tough to learn. […]

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Quickly Tie a Dropper on Your Rig

This post from Orvis on their blog is one of the best I’ve read there. In it, the author details some quick tips on how you can easily and quickly drop a nymph behind a dry fly. To learn more, read here. The post Quickly Tie a Dropper on Your Rig appeared first on MidCurrent. […]

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5 Things You Should Guess Twice About Telling To An Interrac…

5 Things You Should Guess Twice About Telling To An Interracial Couple Interracial partnerships, for some factor, are just talked concerning in terms of extremes. Simply due to the fact that we’re in an interracial partnership, that does not indicate we dislike our ethnic background or that we’re battling versus some un-diagnosed self-hate facility. You […]

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