Orvis Highlights Conservation and Access in 2021 Impact Report

In celebration of Earth Day, Orvis, the family-owned and -operated  outdoor retailer that specializes in fly-fishing and wingshooting gear, dog products and active lifestyle  apparel, releases its 2021 Impact Report, highlighting the contributions the brand and its patrons made  to protect wild places, increase participation in sporting activities and improve canine well-being  throughout the year. […]

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Let it Ride

This is a wonderful story from Daniel Galhardo over at Gink & Gasoline. This piece details why you always need to let your cast ride – don’t pick up and recast instantly! You can read the story here. The post Let it Ride appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Jarbidge Mine Canceled

The Jarbidge River is a unique area in northern Nevada and southern Idaho. It’s home to redband and bull trout, and is the southernmost home of bull trout in their historical native range. A recently proposed mine near the Jarbidge River has been canceled, and the company who performed exploratory drilling – Newcrest Mining Limited […]

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Pebble Mine Veto Decision Delayed

The Pebble Mine project is nothing if not persistent. While it’s unfortunate that Pebble won’t go away, there is still some light at the end of the tunnel. However, getting there will take some work on the part of the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA has delayed a decision on when to hold a hearing […]

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Fly Fishing Enters NFT World

Fly fishing has made one of its first – if not the first – foray into the world of NFTs, or non-fungible tokens. Catchflo, a footwear company, has partnered with Trippytroutclub, an NFT collection of hard-drawn artwork that’s sold to benefit conservation efforts in the Southern Appalachians. A full press release is below. Catchflo, fly fishing’s only […]

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Cannabis millionaires capitalizing marijuana legalisation Cu…

Cannabis millionaires capitalizing marijuana legalisation Currently Moberg runs a legit service, refining as well as generating 900 kg of cannabis a year that he offers to pot shops springing up throughout the state. Moberg lawfully markets 900 kg of cannabis a year, producing even more than$ 3m in the previous 20 months. Moberg has actually […]

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Could we reserve half the Ground for nature? Popular biologi…

Could we reserve half the Ground for nature? Popular biologist E.O. Wilson desires to establish apart fifty percent of the earth as secured locations for nature. Such locations are additionally significantly thought about by guardians as crucial in the battle to shield nature. In 2005, researchers with the University of Wisconsin-Madison approximated that human beings […]

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Bass Fishing- The Keitech Got Bit (2017 ) Obtained out to do…

Bass Fishing- The Keitech Got Bit (2017 ) Obtained out to do a little bit of angling in some awful weather condition. I primarily desired to attempt out my brand-new GoPro electronic camera that I’ll be making use of in combination with my existing GoPro. Be certain to LIKE this video clip and also Subscribe!! […]

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2022 Virginia Fly Fishing and Wine Festival

On January 15-16, 2022, the annual Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival will celebrate its 21st  anniversary, drawing anglers from throughout Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic, Ohio, Georgia, South Carolina, and even New York. Held at Meadow Event Park, just 15 miles north of Richmond on the site of the state fairgrounds, the Virginia Fly & […]

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Tying Tuesday: Polar Fibre Minnow

With winter finally socking in around most of the country, many anglers are focusing on filling up empty fly boxes for next season. If you’re looking for a new baitfish pattern to mix things up, then this new tutorial from Fly Fish Food is for you. The post Tying Tuesday: Polar Fibre Minnow appeared first […]

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