MidCurrent Gear Roundup Spring 2022

We recently launched a new feature column here at MidCurrent called the Gear Roundup. We’ll publish these at least once a quarter to highlight new gear that’s of interest to fly anglers and anyone who recreates outdoors. You can read the first installment of the Gear Roundup here. The post MidCurrent Gear Roundup Spring 2022 […]

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The Secrets of Fishermen

This is a fun story from Tim Schulz over at Hatch Magazine that broaches the subject of an angler’s many secrets. Which ones should be shared, if any? Read the story here to see if you agree with Schulz. The post The Secrets of Fishermen appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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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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The Finer Points of Attaching Dubbing to Thread

Charlie Craven has some fantastic advice for fly tiers in his most recent story for Fly Fisherman Magazine. In it, Charlie details some of the finer points we need to know about attaching dubbing to thread. As someone who struggled mightily with getting my dubbed dry fly bodies to look right when I first started tying, this […]

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50 Greatest Milestones of Modern Fly Fishing

If you’re any sort of fly fishing history buff, then Ted Leeson’s piece over at Fly Fisherman Magazine is for you. In it, he details the 50 greatest milestones in modern fly fishing history, starting way back in 1947 with the introduction of the Wonderod – the first fly rod built with a synthetic shaft material. This […]

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‘Rocky Mountain Fly Highway’ Showing Scheduled in Sun Valley

Sun Valley, Idaho, is a fantastic home base for any fly angler who can afford to live there. Even if you can only visit, it’s a wonderful place to spend a few days. On Wednesday, March 9, the Sun Valley Community Library is screening a new short film called “Rocky Mountain Fly Highway.” It details […]

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IF4 Winning Film Announced

The International Fly Fishing Film Festival (IF4) has announced “Out There” as the winner of its 2022 cycle of films. The film illustrates how fly fishing can be a “remedy to difficulty.” A full press release from IF4 is below. You can view the trailer for the film here. The International Fly Fishing Film Festival […]

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Costa Announces New VP of Marketing

The fine folks over at Costa Sunglasses have hired a new VP of Marketing – John Acosta. Acosta will be responsible with helping the brand continue its impressive growth seen in 2021. A full press release on the hire is below. Costa Sunglasses, manufacturer of the first color-enhancing all-polarized glass sunglass lens, appointed industry veteran […]

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