For Wild’s Sake: Apache Trout

The most recent episode of “For Wild’s Sake” by Chase and Aimee Bartee just released, featuring the Apache trout. This is one of the best videos Chase and Aimee have made to date. You can watch the video below. The post For Wild’s Sake: Apache Trout appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Story: In-Laws’ Bass Pond

This is a fun story from Louis Cahill over at Gink & Gasoline. It’s about fishing his in-laws’ bass pond. I can’t help but wonder, after reading, why my in-laws don’t have a bass pond for me to fish. You can read the story here. The post Story: In-Laws’ Bass Pond appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Tying Tuesday: Caddis Emerger

This is another great spring pattern that trout anglers should look to have in their box – a caddis emerger. This tutorial comes to us courtesy of Ghjanto over on YouTube. The post Tying Tuesday: Caddis Emerger appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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2022 Adams Fly Festival

If you’ve ever caught a trout on an Adams – and who hasn’t? – then you might be interested in this event in the village of Kingsley, Michigan. It’s the 2022 Adams Fly Festival, held to honor Len Halladay, the creator of the Adams. You can learn more about the event here. The post 2022 […]

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Night Fishing for Brown Trout

The folks over at Flymen Fishing are putting out some fantastic content these days, and this piece from Stephen Nymick is no exception. This story dishes the details on fishing for big brown trout at night, and why that’s likely the best way to catch your local creek’s trophy. You can read the story here. […]

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Video: How to Behave on a Trout Stream

Tom Rosenbauer is releasing a series of new videos in the coming weeks, about a host of different topics in fly fishing. The most recent release is one about river etiquette. With more and more anglers on the water these days, this is an especially important video. See All Orvis Learning Center Fly Fishing Video […]

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Redington Debuts New Trailblazer Rod

Redington’s all-new TRAILBLAZER is ready for anywhere you want to go because there are  no good reasons to leave your fly rod at home.   The TRAILBLAZER IS DESIGNED to fit into all your outdoor adventures—whether your rig is  packed to the gills with necessary provisions for a cross-country road trip or your backpack  can’t stash […]

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Report: Half of US Waters too Polluted for Fish

According to a new report issued by the Environmental Integrity Project, a watchdog group in Washington, D.C., over half of the lakes and rivers in the United States are too polluted for fish to swim healthily. You can read more about the report here. The post Report: Half of US Waters too Polluted for Fish […]

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Frank Moore, Steelhead Conservationist, Dead at 98

Frank Moore was an enormously influential steelhead conservationist, and an accomplished fly fisherman. He passed away earlier this week at age 98. Moore was also a World War II veteran. Moore’s impact on wild steelhead was enough to merit the Oregon state legislature creating the Frank and Jeanie Moore Steelhead Sanctuary, which protects more than […]

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Book: “America’s Bountiful Waters”

Author Craig Springer released this book last year, titled America’s Bountiful Waters. The book is meant to commemorate 150 years of fisheries conservation within the United States Fish & Wildlife Service. You can read more about the book, and order it, here. The post Book: “America’s Bountiful Waters” appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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