Plan For the Hookset

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, recently put together this story about how anglers need to plan for the hookset. We often plan for stalking and casting to a fish, but do we ever plan for setting the hook, too? You can read the story here. The post Plan For the Hookset appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Three Fly Fishing Guide Rigs

Pat Dorsey put together this great piece for Fly Fisherman Magazine highlighting three different guide rigs. For those new to fly fishing, or those looking to up their success rate this summer, these rigs are worth using. You can read the story here. The post Three Fly Fishing Guide Rigs appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Fly of the Week: Sexy Waltz

The folks over at Field & Stream often run a “Fly of the Week” feature, and this week, they’re highlighting a classic – the Sexy Waltz. A Walt’s Worm is a staple in many fly boxes, as it the Sexy Waltz. You can read more about this fly here. The post Fly of the Week: Sexy Waltz […]

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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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Expedition Grayling

Brian Kozminski, over at Gink & Gasoline, recently wrote a great story on a topic we’ve covered before here at MidCurrent. Part of the arctic grayling’s historical native range flows through Michigan. If current conservation projects are successful, anglers will have the chance to catch grayling again from their native range throughout Michigan. Read the rest of […]

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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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Why You Should Fish More Leeches

Landon Mayer is one of the best guides in fly fishing, and he’s made a name for himself as someone who knows how to catch big fish. So, when Landon talks, I usually sit up straight and listen. His latest story for Fly Fisherman Magazine details why us anglers ought to fish more leech flies. As Mayer […]

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Fly Fishing Enters NFT World

Fly fishing has made one of its first – if not the first – foray into the world of NFTs, or non-fungible tokens. Catchflo, a footwear company, has partnered with Trippytroutclub, an NFT collection of hard-drawn artwork that’s sold to benefit conservation efforts in the Southern Appalachians. A full press release is below. Catchflo, fly fishing’s only […]

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Podcast: Orvis Fly Fishing with Tim Flagler

In a recent episode of the always-excellent Orvis Fly Fishing Podcast, Tom Rosenbauer sits down with Tim Flagler to talk CDC. This tying material comes up often in fly recipes, but why do we use it? Why is it so prized by anglers? Tim and Tom answer that question, and plenty others, in the podcast, […]

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