Salmon Firm Flying Fish in Private Plane

As the popularity of salmon on dinner plates rises, companies are taking different approaches to getting fish to consumers. One company, Bakkafrost, bought a Boeing 757 to fly farmed salmon from the Faroe Isles to New Jersey. This is yet another example of the detrimental effect fish farming has on both wild fish populations and […]

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Dylan Tomine to Visit Sun Valley

Dylan Tomine, author of the new book Headwaters, is visiting the Community Library in Sun Valley, Idaho, on June 23 at 7:00 p.m., to discuss his book and all things fly fishing. Tomine is currently touring through the Mountain West with his book. You can get details on the Sun Valley event here, and other readings here. […]

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For Wild’s Sake: Apache Trout

The most recent episode of “For Wild’s Sake” by Chase and Aimee Bartee just released, featuring the Apache trout. This is one of the best videos Chase and Aimee have made to date. You can watch the video below. The post For Wild’s Sake: Apache Trout appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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A Simple Approach to Leaders

Art Scheck put together this informative primer on leaders, and the best ways to simplify your approach to them. You can read everything Scheck has to say here. The post A Simple Approach to Leaders appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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5 Tips for Taking a Kid on a Guided Trip

Taking kids fishing is a fun, worthwhile activity. It’s one of the best ways to pass along your love for the sport. But taking kids on a guided trip can be a bit of a gamble. After all, guided trips aren’t cheap, and you’ll want to get the most out of your day that you […]

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‘White Nose Pete’ Festival Date Announced

If you’ve been reading MidCurrent news for a few years, you might remember a story we ran about a brook trout named White Nose Pete. This fish makes the Rangeley Lakes region of Maine its home, and a town of that same name is holding the first-ever White Nose Pete festival to honor the finned […]

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Erica Nelson Featured in New York Times

Erica Nelson is an indigenous fly fishing guide in Colorado – one of only two women to claim that title in the whole state. Mark Aiken, of The New York Times, recently put together this fantastic feature on Erica and her accomplishments as a guide and as a person. You can read the entire story here. The […]

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Penn State Receives Large Donation for Fly Fishing Program

Penn State’s fly fishing program is unique, not only because it teaches fly fishing, but because of who is associated with it. Legendary angler Joe Humphreys helped the program start, and current world-renowned angler George Daniels heads the course. Penn State announced this week that they received a $250,000 anonymous donation, with only one string […]

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Weekly win: Trakker RLX Combi-Chair

THIS is a brilliant chair layout from Trakker. You can transform it from a criterion, yet comfy cushioned meeting chair to a reduced cyclist, by folding the back leg in, or utilize it to remain degree on a sloping financial institution. You can likewise utilize it as a bedchair seat in its reduced biker style […]

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Cops seized 1.1 tonnes of drug in among Australia’s biggest …

Cops seized 1.1 tonnes of drug in among Australia’s biggest numbing bring Concerning 500 kilos of drug were seized in a procedure at Parsley Bay, north of Sydney, late on Christmas Day. Fifteen human beings, presumably component of an Australian scoundrel cartel, have actually been jailed in link to 500 kg of drug in NSW […]

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