Kris Millgate Earns Two Emmy Nominations

Kris Millgate, the longtime fly fishing writer and videographer, recently earned two Emmy nominations for her recent film “Ocean to Idaho.” The film depicts the fragility of the ecosystems that support salmon in the Columbia River Basin. You can read more about the nominations and view the film here. The post Kris Millgate Earns Two […]

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Orvis Podcast: Good News From the Everglades

Tom Rosenbauer sits down with Dr. Steve Davis to discuss some much-needed good news from the Everglades. Davis is the chief scientist for the Everglades Foundation, and he gives some updates on the group’s projects to restore habitat for fish throughout the region. Listen to the podcast here. The post Orvis Podcast: Good News From […]

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Tying Tuesday: Possie Bugger

This week’s edition of Tying Tuesday comes to us from Charlie Craven, where he dives into the wayback machine to find an old-school pattern that’s still incredibly productive – the Possie Bugger. The post Tying Tuesday: Possie Bugger appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Tying Tuesday: Juju Emerger

Charlie Craven is back at the vise again this week with another great tying video. In it, he describes how to tie a deadly spring pattern, the Juju emerger. The post Tying Tuesday: Juju Emerger appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Conservation: From Slough to Spring Creek

If you’ve ever fished near the Jefferson River in Montana, you’ve likely looked curiously at the Jefferson itself. Is it worth fishing? Especially with so many other storied trout rivers nearby? Years ago, they answer may not be what it is today. Thanks to a partnership between state agencies and private conservation groups, the Jefferson […]

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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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How to Tie and Fish Soft Hackles for More Trout

Soft hackle flies are one of the most effective patterns ever created, but they’re not often fished these days. If you want to catch more trout, though, tying and fishing soft hackles is a fantastic way to do just that. You can read more about soft hackles here. The post How to Tie and Fish […]

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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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Evening Fishing on a Beach

yeah … Very arbitrary however it was an enjoyable day! AP Pole- Prototype Travel Rod Reel- http://bit.ly/2oj8Qxk Knapsacks + My Clothing – http://bit.ly/2gqDwGn Social Medias Instagram- alexperic1 Snapchat- alexperic2 Twiter- alexperic3 Facebook – Alex Peric Fishing Cam Gear Key Camera Body -http://amzn.to/2nzg7IW. Vlogging Lense -http://amzn.to/2nz9AOL. Broll Lense- http://amzn.to/2nlTAih. Microphone- http://amzn.to/21fyrjX. Hand Held Tripod- http://amzn.to/2nDUT9G. Key […]

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Weekly win: Trakker RLX Combi-Chair

Fishermen’s Mail take on editor Richard Howard thoroughly chooses noteworthy items every week, and also he was excited by the Trakker RLX Combi-Chair. THIS is a creative chair layout from Trakker. You can take the great beefy cushioned external cushion off if it begins to rains, to discover a fast completely dry light-weight rains evidence […]

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