Fly Fisherman Throwback: Mother’s Day Hatch

This is a throwback story from the September 1987 edition of Fly Fisherman Magazine that tells the story of the legendary Mother’s Day caddis hatch. This is a fun glimpse to what trout fishing was like back in the late ’80s. You can read the story here. The post Fly Fisherman Throwback: Mother’s Day Hatch appeared first […]

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Tying Tuesday: Vulgata Dun

This is a fun tying tutorial for a species of mayfly that hatches with abundance in Sweden – Ephemera vulgata. This mayfly is large, and the pattern isn’t easy. It’s tied gorgeously here in this video by Trout Castz. The post Tying Tuesday: Vulgata Dun appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Salmon Passage Approved on Puget Sound’s Green River

As part of the infrastructure law passed by Congress and signed by President Joe Biden, Puget Sound’s Green River will get enough money to construct a fish passage at the Howard Hanson Dam. The fish passage will provide salmon access to over 100 miles of spawning habitat on the upper Green River. Construction on the […]

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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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Know Your Weights and Measures

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, put together this great piece on why it’s important for anglers to understand their weights and measures. Whether it’s the size of your leader or the distance you need to cast to a rising trout, knowing your weights and measures is an indispensable skill in fly fishing. Read what Dom had to […]

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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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These Are The Jobs That Will Cost You The Most Sleep When it…

These Are The Jobs That Will Cost You The Most Sleep When it is required to evaluate wellness as well as especially work-related wellness rest is typically ignored, Shockey described. To come up with the positions, the CDC assessed study reactions from 179,621 workers in 29 countries that reported exactly how much rest they commonly […]

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Weekly win: DAM Quick Z-Base Big Pit Reel

Fishermen’s Mail take on editor Richard Howard meticulously picks noteworthy items every week, as well as he was excited by the DAM Quick Z-Base Big Pit Reel. THIS brand-new huge tooth cavity reel from DAM ticks a whole lot of boxes. A reel for huge casts itall fetch 95 centimeters of line per manage turn, […]

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Guy Rescued After 2 Months At Sea Ate Gulls, Fish To Survive…

Guy Rescued After 2 Months At Sea Ate Gulls, Fish To Survive Olaya, that was apparently in “great problem,” was moved to a U.S. Coast Guard watercraft. Olaya stated his 3 friends, that were apparently Ecuadorian, gave in at sea. On Wednesday, Olaya shared gratefulness for his rescue as well as survival. Olaya, that was […]

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