Patagonia Releases New Film “Newtok”

On Friday, April 22, Patagonia released a new film titled “Newtok.” The film depicts the struggle of an Alaskan native village to survive in the face of climate change. You can learn more about the film, and view it, here. The post Patagonia Releases New Film “Newtok” appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Find Your Snowbird Fishing Retreat

If you’re sick of fly fishing in winter – or not, depending on where you live – then this recent story from Chris Hunt is for you. In it, Hunt details how you can find the perfect snowbird fishing retreat to help you through the shortest days of the year. You can read the story […]

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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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The Best Shad Flies

If you live anywhere near rivers where shad will soon start running, you ought to consider tying up some of these flies. Chasing shad on the fly is a great way to try something new this year, and it offers a chance to start fishing before the trout really wake up. You can read more […]

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Pharmaceutical Contaminants Discovered in South Florida Bonefish

A three-year study by Florida International University (FIU) and Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT) has discovered pharmaceutical contaminants in the blood and other tissues of bonefish in Biscayne Bay and the Florida Keys. “Coastal fisheries face increasing threats associated with human-based contaminants,” said Jim McDuffie, BTT President and CEO. “Pharmaceuticals are an often overlooked dimension […]

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This Woman Is Sailing All Over the World With Only Her Water…

This Woman Is Sailing All Over the World With Only Her Water-Loving Cat On tranquil evenings, she fishes off of a soft leading surf board connected to the side of Swell with a little light that draws in fish, Clark informed. Along with fishing, Amelia’s pastimes consist of going for strollings on the coastline and […]

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Book: “America’s Bountiful Waters”

Author Craig Springer released this book last year, titled America’s Bountiful Waters. The book is meant to commemorate 150 years of fisheries conservation within the United States Fish & Wildlife Service. You can read more about the book, and order it, here. The post Book: “America’s Bountiful Waters” appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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John Wilson’s GO FISHING – Oliver’s First Carp.mp4

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Paul Bruun Inducted Into Fly Fishing Hall of Fame

Paul Bruun, a former guide and current columnist for Jackson Hole News & Guide, was inducted into this year’s Fly Fishing Hall of Fame class. Bruun has long been recognized throughout fly fishing as an expert on the history of angling, especially in the United States. Read more about Bruun and his induction here. The post Paul […]

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Never Get Tangled Again

The folks over at RIO produced this short video last month, and it’s likely to make plenty of anglers scoff in disbelief. That’s the usual reaction when you claim to have a solution for a problem older than angling itself – tangling your fishing line. But this tip might just do the trick. Watch the […]

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