New Caleta Women’s Sunglasses from Costa

Costa, longtime maker of some of the best fly fishing sunglasses on the market, just released a new set of frames for women – the Caleta. You can view the sunglasses and more details here. The post New Caleta Women’s Sunglasses from Costa appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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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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Fooling Selective Trout

The great Pat Dorsey recently put this story together for Fly Fisherman Magazine, about how to fool selective trout during a blue-winged olive hatch. You can read the story in full here. The post Fooling Selective Trout appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Patagonia Releases New Film “Newtok”

On Friday, April 22, Patagonia released a new film titled “Newtok.” The film depicts the struggle of an Alaskan native village to survive in the face of climate change. You can learn more about the film, and view it, here. The post Patagonia Releases New Film “Newtok” appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Billfish Royal Slam on the Fly

Catching any billfish – marlin and sailfish are two examples – on a fly rod is an achievement. Catching all nine species in less than a year, though? That’s astounding. And it was recently accomplished by Jeremy Block, as detailed in this wonderful story from Fly Fisherman Magazine.  The post Billfish Royal Slam on the Fly […]

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Euro vs Indicator Nymphing

Devin Olsen, who’s competed for 11 years with Team USA Fly Fishing and runs Tactical Fly Fisher, penned a story about Euro and indicator nymphing for Gink & Gasoline. If you’ve been interested in the differences between the two methods, this is a must-read. The post Euro vs Indicator Nymphing appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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The Finer Points of Attaching Dubbing to Thread

Charlie Craven has some fantastic advice for fly tiers in his most recent story for Fly Fisherman Magazine. In it, Charlie details some of the finer points we need to know about attaching dubbing to thread. As someone who struggled mightily with getting my dubbed dry fly bodies to look right when I first started tying, this […]

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Fishing for Carp in Moving Water

If you’re like the thousands of other anglers who’ve enjoyed learning to fly fish for carp, then this story is for you. Coming to us from Rick Mikesell of Trout’s Fly Shop, it details some of the tips he’s learned for fly fishing to carp in moving water. You can read all of his advice […]

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How to Euro Jig Streamers

Growing up, I split my time evenly between fly fishing and throwing jigs on my old Ugly Stik. As I started spending more time with my fly rod, I tried to incorporate some of the skills I learned from throwing jigs into my fly game. So, I really enjoyed this piece from George Daniel in Fly […]

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FFI Online Fly Fishing Workshops: Week 2

Fly Fishers International is hosting another season of their online Fly Fishing Workshops, where you can hone your skills from home. This upcoming week’s class features a presentation from Molly Semenik. She’ll cover spey fishing, going over everything anglers need to know about this style of fly fishing. You can attend and add the event […]

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