Casting Tips: Forehand and Backhand

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, recently shared this great how-to piece on using forehand and backhand casts. Fly casting is the single most critical skill you need to be successful in fly fishing, and Dom’s advice – along with a great instructional video – can help you improve your own casting. Read the story here. The post […]

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Whip Finish Wednesday: Tying Tips for Beginners

If you’re new to fly tying, it’s not uncommon to feel like you’re drinking from a firehose. There’s so much information, so many patterns, and so many ways to tie the same fly, that it’s tough to keep it all straight. That’s why the folks at the Flying Ties YouTube channel decided to put together […]

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Gear Review: Hardy Ultradisc Cassette Reel

I recently had the chance to fish and review one of Hardy’s newest products – their Ultradisc Cassette reel. The reel is a pretty impressive piece of gear, with plenty of power to put the brakes on the biggest of trout. You can read the review in full here. The post Gear Review: Hardy Ultradisc […]

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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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Starving Seagull Turns Orange After Incident With A Curry I …

Starving Seagull Turns Orange After Incident With A Curry I can not remember ever before thinking about a seagull feather-dresser, as well as so they are all stick with the common white-grey show up. This seagull, at the very least, will certainly be standing out amongst his peers after dropping right into a huge barrel […]

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Instagrams brand-new video clip networks will certainly assi…

Instagrams brand-new video clip networks will certainly assist you geek out over your fixations The firm is including brand-new topic-based video clip networks to the “check out” area of the application. The business hasn’t clarified on just how it determines which ones to confirm to each customer, yet we’re presuming it’s based on the comparable […]

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Video: Life in the Cactus Forest

Chase and Aimee Bartee are back at it with their phenomenal series “For Wild’s Sake.” Their latest installment sets the stage for the rare fish of the desert Southwest, in the cactus forest. Watch the video below. The post Video: Life in the Cactus Forest appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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How To Be a Better Stripper

Stripping streamers is a skill that’s surprisingly difficult to master. Watching some anglers, it looks like you just throw a cast and randomly retrieve the line. What’s not as obvious at first glance, however, is the stripping pattern each angler uses, and how that pattern impacts an angler’s success. Ben Kryzinski, over at Hatch Magazine, put together […]

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How to Fly Fish the Backcountry

Tim Huckaby, over at Backpacker.com, put together a great story that’ll likely have folks daydreaming all through winter. It’s about bringing backpacking and fly fishing together, something those of us here in the Rockies are well accustomed to, but which probably isn’t familiar to anglers from other, less remote areas of the country. The story […]

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Opinion: Late Fall’s Best Trout Flies

Morgan Lyle, over at Field & Stream, got together with a few fly fishing guides and talked shop about fall fly patterns. Specifically, he wanted to know which flies guides go to when fall fishing starts to wrap up. The list shouldn’t surprise anyone, but it’s a good reminder of the key elements to focus on if […]

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