New Film: “The Streak”

In a new film exclusively on Fly Fisherman Magazine‘s YouTube channel and website, we’re treated to a wonderful story. “The Streak” details the events that led two friends to catch fish together, every calendar month, for 19 years on Montana’s Bitterroot River. You can view the film here. The post New Film: “The Streak” appeared first […]

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‘White Nose Pete’ Festival Date Announced

If you’ve been reading MidCurrent news for a few years, you might remember a story we ran about a brook trout named White Nose Pete. This fish makes the Rangeley Lakes region of Maine its home, and a town of that same name is holding the first-ever White Nose Pete festival to honor the finned […]

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Nautilus Reels Announces New Factory, Forgoing IFTD

The folks over at Nautilus Reels sent out this press release on Wednesday, March 23, 2022: Nautilus Reels is pleased to announce that they recently relocated their headquarters to a new factory in Miami, Florida. Additionally, to keep up with high demand for their reels and get them to dealers sooner, Nautilus will forgo attending […]

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Podcast: Orvis Podcast with Pete Kutzer

Tom Rosenbauer sat down with Pete Kutzer – one of fly fishing’s best casting instructors – to talk about casting to difficult fish. With Pete’s mastery of fly casting, and Tom’s decades of experience, this podcast episode is a wealth of knowledge. Listen to it in full here. The post Podcast: Orvis Podcast with Pete […]

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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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You’re Running To Have Rose-Tinted Wanderlust From This Pink…

You’re Running To Have Rose-Tinted Wanderlust From This Pink Lagoon In Mexico

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Fishing With A Glock 9mm Handgun Underwater is Almost Litera…

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Could we reserve half the Ground for nature? Popular biologi…

Could we reserve half the Ground for nature? Popular biologist E.O. Wilson desires to establish apart fifty percent of the earth as secured locations for nature. Such locations are additionally significantly thought about by guardians as crucial in the battle to shield nature. In 2005, researchers with the University of Wisconsin-Madison approximated that human beings […]

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What Colors Do Fish See?

This is an interesting story, and it comes to us from the fine folks over at MeatEater. In it, Stephen Klobuchar details what we know about the colors fish actually see. It’s a fun read that will likely tweak your approach to fishing streamers come ice-off this spring. Read the story in full here. The […]

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Essay: “Fool’s Gold”

I had the chance to sit down recently and put together the story of my journey to find a golden trout from Wyoming’s Wind River Mountains. The story spans the better part of a decade, and includes a few surprising moments. If you’re anything like most trout anglers, then goldens hold a special place in […]

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