Dylan Tomine to Visit Sun Valley

Dylan Tomine, author of the new book Headwaters, is visiting the Community Library in Sun Valley, Idaho, on June 23 at 7:00 p.m., to discuss his book and all things fly fishing. Tomine is currently touring through the Mountain West with his book. You can get details on the Sun Valley event here, and other readings here. […]

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New Fly Shop to Open in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City likely isn’t the first place you think of when your mind drifts to fly fishing. For a growing number of anglers, though, Oklahoma is home to tons of varied fly fishing opportunities. That’s why Tom Adams – a well-known fly fishing guide and teacher in Oklahoma – got together with some friends to […]

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The Best Fly Packs of 2022

I recently had the chance to review some fly packs and assortments from a variety of companies. The quality of flies available online for purchase is a lot better than I expected. You can read my full thoughts here. The post The Best Fly Packs of 2022 appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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China to develop loading terminal on contested South China S…

China to develop loading terminal on contested South China Sea island China took complete control of the Paracels in 1974 after a marine face-off with the South Vietnamese, as well as there have actually been events ever before given that. China declares practically all of the energy-rich waters of the South China Sea, via which […]

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Oregon Votes To Continue Wild Steelhead Harvest

Despite fierce public backlash, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife voted 5-2 to adopt a new fisheries management plan that allows for the harvest of wild steelhead. With these fish already facing immense pressure from dozens of other threats, the decision to continue harvest of wild steelhead has left many in the fly fishing […]

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Tying Tuesday: Bling Midge

I’m a sucker for simple, effective flies. While I’ll always have a soft spot for the intricate patterns – my grandfather tied Atlantic salmon flies commercially for two decades – the easier a fly is to tie, the better. As a guide, I love those simple, effective patterns, and my clients love them just as […]

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5 Ways to Improve Your Nymphing

Howard Croston is one of the best anglers in the world, in addition to being the head rod designer for Hardy. Howard knows a thing or two about fly fishing, and especially about nymphing. This story from him in Fly Fisherman Magazine is a great read to help you up your nymphing game as we move from […]

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The Continuing Fight for Bristol Bay

Recent news about Bristol Bay has been positive – the Pebble Limited partnership was denied a crucial permit they need to move the project forward. However, that doesn’t mean the mine is completely dead. The possibility of it still happening exists, albeit slimly. Read more about the continuing fight for Bristol Bay here. The post The […]

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Finding Bonefish Spawning Sites

There’s some really interesting news out from the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT). Their scientists are honing in on bonefish spawning sites in the Florida Keys. Locating these sites is another step towards conserving bonefish, by placing protections over potentially delicate spawning grounds. You can read more about the discovery here. The post Finding Bonefish […]

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