Chironomid Patterns You Need

I had the chance to put together a story about chironomid fly patterns for the folks over at Ventures Fly Co. These are some of my favorite chironomids that I think every fly angler should have in their box. Read the story here. The post Chironomid Patterns You Need appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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What Does it Take to Catch Big Trout?

Dom Swentosky has a unique viewpoint on what it takes to catch big trout. He asserts it just takes time, and I agree with him. But are there other lessons you need to learn in order to consistently get into big fish?  You can read his story here. The post What Does it Take to […]

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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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Facing the Fear of Fishing

Does fishing intimidate you but you would really like to get out there and try it? Patricia Clement has been there and has a few tips for you! Read more: www.takemefishing.org

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How to Buy Great Used Fly Rods

I’ve been reviewing rods for almost a decade, and collecting them even longer than that. I’m a bit of a fly rod geek, and I love the history associated with some of the sticks. That’s why I wrote this story for Hatch Magazine about buying great used fly rods. In an era when new, flagship rods are […]

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Tying Tuesday: Vulgata Dun

This is a fun tying tutorial for a species of mayfly that hatches with abundance in Sweden – Ephemera vulgata. This mayfly is large, and the pattern isn’t easy. It’s tied gorgeously here in this video by Trout Castz. The post Tying Tuesday: Vulgata Dun appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Does Harvest Have a Place in Fly Fishing?

Sam Lungren, from Meat Eater, gave a presentation of this story at IFTD last week in Salt Lake City. He discusses the ever-present topic of harvest and catch-and-release in fly fishing, and makes a compelling argument for both to exist side-by-side. You can read the story here. The post Does Harvest Have a Place in […]

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Video: Particles and Droplets

Gilbert Rowley is one of the best fly fishing filmmakers producing right now. He just recently released a film – “Particles and Droplets” – on YouTube that previously was only shown during the International Fly Fishing Film Festival. The post Video: Particles and Droplets appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Misconceptions About Mousing for Trout

Joe Cermele, over at The MeatEater, has a great story on misconceptions about mousing for trout. I’ve tried my hand at mousing for a few years now, and while I’ve never had success at night, I’ve caught plenty of fish on mice during the day. That’s just one of the misconceptions Joe dives into throughout […]

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Remarkable Fishing at Siem Reap Province – Khmer Net Fishing…

Hi! Just how do you do !! In this video clip i intend to reveal me regarding Amazing Fishing at Siem Reap Province – Khmer Net Fishing – Cambodia Traditional Fishing If you … Read much more: www.youtube.com

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