Podcast: Unless Brands with Desiree Dupuis

While this is slightly outside the norm for those of us here at MidCurrent, this is an important new podcast from Unless Brands. The host – Marco Pimentel – is a partner here at MidCurrent, and the show highlights climate-responsible businesses across the world. The first episode features Desiree Dupuis, who is the VP of […]

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Thoughts on Wading Staffs

Wading staffs are one of the few pieces of fly fishing gear I haven’t used extensively. I thankfully haven’t needed to, but I know plenty of anglers who do need them. If you’re wondering how one could help you, I suggest reading this great piece from Dom Swentosky at Troutbitten.  The post Thoughts on Wading Staffs […]

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Podcast: Orvis Podcast with Kirk Deeter

Tom Rosenbauer sat down with fishing writer and editor extraordinaire Kirk Deeter on a recent episode of the Orvis Fly Fishing Podcast. During the show, they discuss something that really caught my interest – whether we’ve gone “too far” with native trout. If you’re curious what “too far” means, then I suggest you listen to […]

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Angling Monster Spanish Mackerel ~ Hook Up Fishing

Video Clip Fishing Monster Spanish Mackerel ~ Hook Up Fishing.Read extra: www.youtube.com

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Herdsmans compete with Obama over brand-new nationwide monol…

Herdsmans compete with Obama over brand-new nationwide monoliths in Utah and also Nevada The step outraged lots of Utahns still frustrated at President Bill Clintons relocate in 1996 to call the 1.8 million acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southerly Utah. As for searching and also fishing– both prominent leisure activities in the fresh called […]

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Diver Rescues Fly Rod in Wyoming

When Ben Borcher dropped his late father’s fly rod over the side of a kayak on Wyoming’s Cody Reservoir, he though it was gone forever. But thanks to a local diver – one of a few expert divers in the entire Cowboy State – Borcher has been reunited with his father’s favorite fly rod. The […]

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Travel: See Southeast Alaska

Alaska holds the dreams and hearts of many anglers, and rightfully so. It’s a gorgeous, awe-inspiring landscape that’s one of my favorite places to fish. But it’s not all about salmon on the Kenai River, or halibut in Prince William Sound. Southeast Alaska has tons of fantastic fishing options, which are detailed in this awesome […]

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Book Review: “An Alaska Flyfisher’s Odyssey”

Daniel Hoffman is best known in Alaska for the time he spent serving as the chief of police in Fairbanks – a tough job, to say the least. But Hoffman is an avid fly fisher, and recently wrote a memoir about his efforts to “seek a life of a drag-free drift.” David James, of Anchorage Daily […]

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How to See Trout

As a guide, I’m fortunate to have a front-row seat to fly fishing’s learning curve. One of the most challenging things to teach clients is how to spot trout, especially in tough water conditions. While I think some have a natural ability for it, that doesn’t mean you can’t develop the skills necessary to spot […]

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Angling take on swiped by arranged gang

I am really feeling favorable that possessing much less package will certainly not quit me caring my fishing. GOT SOME NEWS OR CAUGHT A BIG FISH? Email information and also images solely to: anglersmail @timeinc. I am really feeling favorable that having much less package will certainly not quit me caring my fishing. GOT SOME […]

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