Story: In-Laws’ Bass Pond

This is a fun story from Louis Cahill over at Gink & Gasoline. It’s about fishing his in-laws’ bass pond. I can’t help but wonder, after reading, why my in-laws don’t have a bass pond for me to fish. You can read the story here. The post Story: In-Laws’ Bass Pond appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Fly Fishing Show Has Great 2022 Season

The folks over at The Fly Fishing Show had a successful 2022 season, and wanted to share a few of the successes both they and vendors saw. Below is a press release from The Fly Fishing Show. Shortly before 9 a.m. on a chilly January 28 in Edison, New Jersey, there was a sound that […]

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Leader 911

Louis Cahill put together this story over at Gink & Gasoline that goes into detail on how to handle leader emergencies. I’m sure we’ve all been there, whether it’s broken leader or running out of 5x during a spring blue-wing hatch. You can read Cahill’s story here. The post Leader 911 appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Salmon Passage Approved on Puget Sound’s Green River

As part of the infrastructure law passed by Congress and signed by President Joe Biden, Puget Sound’s Green River will get enough money to construct a fish passage at the Howard Hanson Dam. The fish passage will provide salmon access to over 100 miles of spawning habitat on the upper Green River. Construction on the […]

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New Mexico Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Anglers

The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled yesterday in favor of the public’s – anglers and boaters alike – right to access all water in the state. This is a major win after nearly a decade of landowners trying to block public access to waters. You can read more about this decision here. The post New […]

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Guy Rescued After 2 Months At Sea Ate Gulls, Fish To Survive…

Guy Rescued After 2 Months At Sea Ate Gulls, Fish To Survive Olaya, that was apparently in “great problem,” was moved to a U.S. Coast Guard watercraft. Olaya stated his 3 friends, that were apparently Ecuadorian, gave in at sea. On Wednesday, Olaya shared gratefulness for his rescue as well as survival. Olaya, that was […]

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The Diversity of Trout

This is an interesting piece from Fly Fisherman Magazine that details some of the nuances we fly anglers love to debate. Specifically, this story talks about the genetic and visual differences between greenback and Colorado River cutthroat trout. It’s a fun read, especially if you’re interested in the scientific side of fly fishing. Read the story here. […]

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Fly Fishing Affordably

It’s no secret that you can spend thousands upon thousands of dollars on fly fishing gear. Shoot, I’ve done that more often than I’d care to admit. But it doesn’t have to be expensive, as Ross Purnell reminds us in this story over at Fly Fisherman Magazine. In it, he lists some of the best inexpensive gear […]

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Opinion: Don’t Ignore Triggerfish

Chris Hunt had a great piece in Hatch Magazine earlier this week, and he’s just followed it up with another fun read. This one details why you shouldn’t ignore chasing triggerfish – and other new-to-you species – on the flats. It’s not all bonefish, tarpon, and permit, after all. Read Hunt’s story here. The post Opinion: Don’t […]

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The Full Pint Streamer

At this point, if Dom Swentosky suggests something, I’ll almost always take it without hesitation. In this case, it’s his Full Pint streamer pattern that’s won me over. This pattern is pretty similar to one I dreamed up to use on local brown trout streams here in the Rockies. It’s interesting – but I suppose […]

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