Field & Stream Classics: Fishing for Bass

The folks at Field & Stream have been releasing classic stories from their archives over the past year. One of their recent releases was a story from A.J. McClane on fly fishing for bass. You can read the story here. The post Field & Stream Classics: Fishing for Bass appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Now or Never for Columbia Basin Steelhead

The perils that face steelhead and salmon in the Columbia River basin aren’t new to anglers. This story by Rich Simms and Greg Fitz, though, helps put it all in context. If you’ve been curious about exactly how much trouble these fish are in, you need to read this story. The post Now or Never […]

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Orvis Podcast: Tips for Fishing Hatches

It’s supposed to be downright fantastic weather-wise this weekend here in the Rockies. With temps soaring into the 70s, tons of anglers are chomping at the bit to get into a great spring blue-winged olive hatch. If you’re one of them – or you’re simply daydreaming for your next great fishing trip – this episode […]

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Fishing for Carp in Moving Water

If you’re like the thousands of other anglers who’ve enjoyed learning to fly fish for carp, then this story is for you. Coming to us from Rick Mikesell of Trout’s Fly Shop, it details some of the tips he’s learned for fly fishing to carp in moving water. You can read all of his advice […]

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Making an Effective Short Presentation

One of the most important skills an angler can hone is the ability to make accurate and effective short presentations. It’s rare that you need effective casts at 60-plus feet; instead, you need to focus on casting effectively and efficiently to fish that are within traditional fishing distances. Louis Cahill has some great tips on […]

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2022 State of Dam Removal in U.S.

American Rivers, a conservation group focused on river health and dam removal in the United States, just released their report that details the state of dam removal in the country. 57 dams were removed in 2021, and an additional 25 are listed as possible to be removed in 2022. You can read the full report […]

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The$ 1 Million Summer Vacation Globetrotting With the Next G…

The$ 1 Million Summer Vacation Globetrotting With the Next Great Shutterbugs One of the most stunning picture ops on planet, Victoria Falls. Asia by Private Jet El Nido, a deluxe hotel in Palawan. The Ultimate Culinary Pilgrimage Travelers in Kyoto, the birth place of kaiseki food. Ought to take around 4-5 months as well as […]

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5 Shocking Fishing Moments Caught On Camera & Spotted In Rea…

5 Shocking Fishing Moments Caught On Tape While Fishing! Summary: Individuals like angling due to the fact that it’s a relaxing leisure activity that’s specified by brief durations of enjoyment in between lengthy durations of resting, alcohol consumption, snacking, and also hanging out with your friends. The killer could come to be victim like in […]

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Costa Announces New VP of Marketing

The fine folks over at Costa Sunglasses have hired a new VP of Marketing – John Acosta. Acosta will be responsible with helping the brand continue its impressive growth seen in 2021. A full press release on the hire is below. Costa Sunglasses, manufacturer of the first color-enhancing all-polarized glass sunglass lens, appointed industry veteran […]

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Cancer Survivor Film Wins FFI Competition

LIVINGSTON, MT. – A short film about a fly-fishing cancer survivor was named the winner of the Fly Fishing International (FFI) Virtual Expo Competition, announced Patrick Berry, President and CEO of the worldwide conservation and education organization. The top film, Becca Powell: Water is Life, was submitted on behalf of Becca Powell, Atlanta, by Georgia […]

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