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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A Beginner’s Guide to Fly Fishing Gear

Whether you’ve never fly fished before, or you’re just getting into the sport, this beginner’s guide to fly fishing gear can answer all your questions. You can view it in full here. The post A Beginner’s Guide to Fly Fishing Gear appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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BTT Commits $600,000 to Permit Spawning Research

The Bonefish and Tarpon Trust (BTT) just announced that they’re committing $600,000 to monitor permit spawning sites in the Florida Keys. This is an enormous step forward in conserving and protecting the permit populations in Florida. To learn more about what the project will entail, you can read the full press release from BTT here. […]

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Silver Creek at a Crossroads

Matthew L. Miller has written about Idaho’s famous Silver Creek for years, and this recent piece of his is one of his best. It details the potentially tricky future that faces Silver Creek, and what anglers can do to help the storied fishery. You can read all of Miller’s story here. The post Silver Creek […]

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Know Your Weights and Measures

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, put together this great piece on why it’s important for anglers to understand their weights and measures. Whether it’s the size of your leader or the distance you need to cast to a rising trout, knowing your weights and measures is an indispensable skill in fly fishing. Read what Dom had to […]

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Video: Particles and Droplets

Gilbert Rowley is one of the best fly fishing filmmakers producing right now. He just recently released a film – “Particles and Droplets” – on YouTube that previously was only shown during the International Fly Fishing Film Festival. The post Video: Particles and Droplets appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Smith Launches New Optics Lines

Smith Optics, one of the leaders in outdoor eyewear manufacturing, announced the launch of two new product lines. The Embark sunglasses are Smith’s first-ever glacier-style shades that come complete with ventilated and flexible TPU side shields. The Bobcat combines goggle-like performance with the airflow and comfort of a pair of sunglasses. It’s a smaller, lighter-weight […]

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Weekly win: Trakker RLX Combi-Chair

THIS is a brilliant chair layout from Trakker. You can transform it from a criterion, yet comfy cushioned meeting chair to a reduced cyclist, by folding the back leg in, or utilize it to remain degree on a sloping financial institution. You can likewise utilize it as a bedchair seat in its reduced biker style […]

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Shakespeare: The weird means individuals checked out food in…

Shakespeare: The weird means individuals checked out food in the 16 th Century – BBC News In Shakespeare’s Henry IV component 2 Falstaff criticises Hal’s sober sibling, Prince John. Nutritional authors encouraged consuming fruit just periodically, as well as prior to suppers, preventing the French routine of consuming it after suppers(for treat). Commemorating Shakespeare-why trouble? […]

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Louisiana’s ‘Cajun Navy’ Is A 100% Volunteer Group That’s He…

Louisiana’s ‘Cajun Navy’ Is A 100% Volunteer Group That’s Helping Flood Victims As well as not simply Cajuns: People from Mississippi, individuals from up north,”informed Lafayette-area resident Shawn Boudreaux, that invested Thursday collaborating Cajun Navy volunteers outside a Cabela’s angling, outdoor camping as well as searching shop in Gonzales, Louisiana, approximately midway in between Baton […]

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