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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Shakespeare Cypry XT Reels Fishermen’s Mail take on editor R…

Shakespeare Cypry XT Reels Fishermen’s Mail take on editor Richard Howard is the No. 1 items examiner, inspecting out lots of top quality package every week. And also for longer array job and also spodding as well as larger lines thereas an 80 sizing with a lengthy actors spindle. They all come with an aluminium […]

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The World’s Best Fishing Truck

I’ve always had an emotional attachment to my fishing vehicles, and my current fishing truck is no exception. I wrote a story about what features the world’s best fishing truck has to have, and you can read it here. The post The World’s Best Fishing Truck appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Opinion: “In Defense of Counting Fish”

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, has put together another wonderful opinion piece, this time on the topic of counting fish. I think all of us, at some level, keep track of the number of fish we catch each time on the water. That’s just a natural byproduct of fishing. What Dom argues, though, is how we can […]

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New 2021 Fly Fishing Accessories

The folks over at Field & Stream, who’ve made a name for themselves over the years with great gear reviews, put together this continually-updated page for new fly fishing accessories that debut in 2021. Take a look and see what new stuff has popped up lately – and what to keep an eye on during Black Friday […]

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Swentosky’s Favorite Euro Rods

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, has made a major impact in the tight-line nymphing scene over the last few years. His Mono Rig is a unique take on the tight-line nymphing skills that so many anglers have had success with over the years. Which leads us to Dom’s latest post. In it, he details which current rods […]

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5 Old-School Striper Patterns

With the fall run of striped bass fast approaching, you’re probably spending some time at the tying vise to get ready. But you don’t need to focus on finding the latest hot new fly. According to the folks over at Field & Stream, you just need five classic patterns. You can view the list of patterns […]

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Rare Minerals More Prevalent due to Low Flows

This is an interesting story that will likely have impacts on fly fishing and water usage in Colorado. Per a new report, scientists have discovered that there’s a significantly higher level of rare earth minerals present in Colorado’s Snake River, due directly to low flows. You can read the full story here. The post Rare […]

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Passing away Vet’s Wish To Catch A Fish Comes True Day Befor…

Passing away Vet’s Wish To Catch A Fish Comes True Day Before His Demise They should not have actually fretted; for Willhite, it really did not matter if he obtained a solitary nibble. Also when they’re not attack, it’s still a great day to be outdoors. We do it since we desire to be able […]

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