Weekly win: DAM Quick Z-Base Big Pit Reel

THIS brand-new huge pit reel from DAM ticks a great deal of boxes. Many thanks to the slow-moving oscillation, best line lay, as well as lengthy actors spindle taking 400 m of 0.35 mm line, you can thud a lure out with it. Itas likewise quite lit up as well for its dimension at 635 […]

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Just how heating seas are compeling fish to look for brand-n…

Just how heating seas are compeling fish to look for brand-new waters Image: Jukka Rapo/ Folio Images/ Getty Images As waters cozy, fish effort cooler waters and also head to greater latitudes, a trouble that has actually likewise been highlighted in the North Sea. Shellfishes, lobsters, clams as well as scallops which currently predominate our […]

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UK angling market ‘will certainly require EU market accessib…

UK angling market ‘will certainly require EU market accessibility’ blog post Brexit – BBC News Numerous in the UK angling market highly sustained the leave ballot in the vote Since UK angling simply generates a fifty percent of one percent of GDP and also uses simply 12,000 fishers, the Lords state that market may be […]

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Shimano Stradic Ci4+ RA Reel wins Angler’s Mail honor

Located on premium Shimano reels Ci4+ is an innovative variation of Ci4, this product is 2 and also a fifty percent hrs stiffer so thereas much less flex in the reel body or blades, also under extreme stress. The 2500 dimension takes 160 m of 0.25 mm line, as well as the 4000 130 m […]

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Story: ‘A Good Christmas’

This is a heartwarming story that I think will help set the tone for my own fishing in 2022. In it, Don Oliver of the Durango Herald details his Christmas fishing adventures, including a wonderful lesson he learned from kids many decades his junior. Read the story here. The post Story: ‘A Good Christmas’ appeared first on […]

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Column: “Staying Connected To Angling During Winter”

With the onset of winter, many of us are either digging out down jackets and wool base layers, or retreating to the tying bench. For the anglers who don’t – or can’t – fish during winter, and who don’t tie flies, this can be a lonely part of the year. That’s where this recent column […]

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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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Gear: The Best Euro Rod for You

Euro-nymphing is fast becoming one of the more popular iterations of fly fishing. So, all of us here at MidCurrent decided to put together a story that can help you find the Euro-nymphign rod that’s best for you and your fishing. You can read the story here. The post Gear: The Best Euro Rod for […]

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Tribes Win Water Rights Support in California

Water rights laws are as confusing as they are long-lasting, and wading through them is often an exercise that ends in a headache. Historically, though, water rights have negatively impacted American Indian tribes in the West. And in California, a judge recently gave the Hoopa Valley Tribe hope that the next draft of water rights […]

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The Full Pint Streamer

At this point, if Dom Swentosky suggests something, I’ll almost always take it without hesitation. In this case, it’s his Full Pint streamer pattern that’s won me over. This pattern is pretty similar to one I dreamed up to use on local brown trout streams here in the Rockies. It’s interesting – but I suppose […]

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