Historic Flooding Closes Yellowstone

Historic flooding along the Yellowstone River basin has closed portions Yellowstone National Park indefinitely. The entire park is tentatively closed until June 19, which is what park officials say is the earliest date the southern end of Yellowstone might open. Entire portions of the road between Mammoth Hot Springs – located in the northern end […]

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Gear Review: Ventures Fly Co. Starter Pack

I recently had the chance to spend some one-on-one time with the Weekend Warrior Starter Pack from Ventures Fly Co. This starter pack has everything you need to get started in fly fishing (except waders or boots) and it’s one of the most impressive beginner fly fishing combos I’ve ever seen. You can read all […]

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Night Fishing for Brown Trout

The folks over at Flymen Fishing are putting out some fantastic content these days, and this piece from Stephen Nymick is no exception. This story dishes the details on fishing for big brown trout at night, and why that’s likely the best way to catch your local creek’s trophy. You can read the story here. […]

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Expedition Grayling

Brian Kozminski, over at Gink & Gasoline, recently wrote a great story on a topic we’ve covered before here at MidCurrent. Part of the arctic grayling’s historical native range flows through Michigan. If current conservation projects are successful, anglers will have the chance to catch grayling again from their native range throughout Michigan. Read the rest of […]

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Podcast: Fly Culture with April Vokey

April Vokey is one of the few anglers in this sport who needs no introduction. She’s an accomplished steelhead guide, fisher, and provides some outstanding content (her podcast Anchored is great, if you haven’t checked it out yet). It’s no surprise, then, that Pete Tyjas, over at The Fly Culture, had April on his show […]

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Smith Launches New Optics Lines

Smith Optics, one of the leaders in outdoor eyewear manufacturing, announced the launch of two new product lines. The Embark sunglasses are Smith’s first-ever glacier-style shades that come complete with ventilated and flexible TPU side shields. The Bobcat combines goggle-like performance with the airflow and comfort of a pair of sunglasses. It’s a smaller, lighter-weight […]

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How to Tie and Fish Soft Hackles for More Trout

Soft hackle flies are one of the most effective patterns ever created, but they’re not often fished these days. If you want to catch more trout, though, tying and fishing soft hackles is a fantastic way to do just that. You can read more about soft hackles here. The post How to Tie and Fish […]

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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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One more enjoyable bass angling obstacle! Make certain to ch…

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With 1 man left worldwide, north white rhinocerouses under g…

With 1 man left worldwide, north white rhinocerouses under guard 24 hrs

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