38 Simple Camping Tricks That Are Perfectly Genius You have …

38 Simple Camping Tricks That Are Perfectly Genius You have your outdoor tents, your clothing, as well as your food, however you’re most likely missing out on a couple of basic points that they are able develop roughing it a little much less harsh … like ‘Smoreoes, for example.What’s a’Smoreo, you ask? Make crescent rolls […]

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Bed Fishing With Weird Lure

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Story: “New Life for Armstrong Creek”

The folks at Fly Fisherman Magazine are running some of their classic stories from past print editions in the online magazine. This is a great chance to revisit some of the great stories Fly Fisherman has published over the years. This story details how many of the spring creeks in Montana’s Paradise Valley became open to the public for […]

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Tying Tuesday: Blacked-out Pheasant Tail

Today’s Tying Tuesday comes to us from the fine folks at Fly Fish Food. The pattern is one we’re all familiar with – the Pheasant Tail nymph. But their take on it is a bit unique. It certainly looks like a good winter fly for my local fisheries. What do you think? The post Tying […]

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Story: “River of Dreams”

Great fishing stories are tough to put into words. There’s a reason only a handful of fly fishing writers make a living doing it full-time. Louis Cahill is one of those great storytellers, and his recent tale about the River of Dreams is worth a read. You can find it in full here. The post […]

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Quickly Tie a Dropper on Your Rig

This post from Orvis on their blog is one of the best I’ve read there. In it, the author details some quick tips on how you can easily and quickly drop a nymph behind a dry fly. To learn more, read here. The post Quickly Tie a Dropper on Your Rig appeared first on MidCurrent. […]

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Potential World-record Catfish Landed on Fly Rod

Catching catfish on a fly rod is a goal of mine; where I live in Wyoming isn’t exactly a great place to go looking for catfish. So when I saw this story of an angler out of Texas who landed a potential world-record catfish on a fly rod, I was more than a bit jealous. […]

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Rare Cutthroat Stocked in Colorado

Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials announced that they’ve successfully stocked cutthroat into small streams in the Arkansas River drainage. These fish are descendants of ones that were rescued from the Hayden Pass Fire in 2016. They’ve spent the past few years at a hatchery near Crested Butte, and are now going back to the wild. […]

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Podcast: The Orvis Guide with Sasha Danylchuk

Tom Rosenbauer hosts the Orvis Guide to Fly Fishing podcast, and recently had Sasha Danylchuk on. Sasha is the executive director of KeepFishWet, the conservation organization that’s done so much to help raise awareness about handling trout. You can listen to the podcast here. The post Podcast: The Orvis Guide with Sasha Danylchuk appeared first […]

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Essay: Fly Fishing on 9/11

Every year, I feel it’s important to reflect on 9/11 and the tragedies involved. Even though we fly anglers often pride ourselves on the ability to leave the “real” world behind – sometimes for weeks at a time – we’re not disconnected from reality. We have a stake in day-to-day life just as much as […]

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