Photo Essay: Stuck in the Weeds

This phenomenal photo essay from Jason Rolfe and photographers Tim Romano, Sammy Chang, Robert Dotson, and others, is one of the best representations of fly fishing’s penchant to get us stuck between a rock and a hard place. Look through the essay and enjoy the photos and short stories that tell an all-too-familiar tale any […]

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Human Who Was Lost At Sea For 438 Days Tells His Incredible …

Human Who Was Lost At Sea For 438 Days Tells His Incredible Tale Salvador Alvarenga as well as Ezequiel Cordoba went angling in November 2012. After monthsdrifting, Cordoba came to be ill from feeing a raw seagull. But this had not been to be. Salvador Alvarenga and also Ezequiel Cordoba went angling in November 2012. […]

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Beijing repudiates tribunal’s judgment in South China Sea si…

Beijing repudiates tribunal’s judgment in South China Sea situation At Scarborough Shoal, where it informed anglers from the Philippines as well as China had typical angling civil liberties, it informed China had actually restricted these legal rights. Paul Reichler, of the regulation company Foley Hoag LLP, that worked with the Philippines lawful team, informed: The […]

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Pole permit shakeup verified for 2017 The one-day permit is …

Pole permit shakeup verified for 2017 The one-day permit is going up by a massive 60 per cent from APS6 from the existing APS3. One more crucial modification is the capability to update from a one or eight-day permit to a complete permit with the cost of the one or eight-day deducted. CAUGHT A BIG […]

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Guy Buys Turtles From Food Market And Releases Them Back To …

Guy Buys Turtles From Food Market And Releases Them Back To The Sea 2 beautiful sea turtles suggested to finish up as a great dish in Papua New Guinea were the good news is saved.”Found these at the regional industry,” Culling composed on Facebook on Friday. These aren’t the very first turtles that Culling as […]

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Trout on the Rise in the Battenkill

The Battenkill River is one of the legendary fisheries on the East Coast, and thankfully, its trout population is on the rise. You can read more about this here. The post Trout on the Rise in the Battenkill appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Sad coronavirus death of carp Super Group ace

THE coronavirus pandemic is striking at anglers all across the country, as well as affecting the opportunity to actually go and fish. RIP Terry Cheesman, who died after contracting coronavirus. Top carp angler and musician Terry Cheesman sadly passed away after contracting the deadly virus. Weymouth, Dorset born Terry played in the Carp Society Super […]

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Review: Middy MX-800 Pro-Limited Edition Clothing Set

The Middy MX-800 Pro-Limited Edition Clothing Set comes under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week. Description: waterproof and breathable clothing. Specifications: jacket and bib ‘n’ brace with a 5,000 mm waterproof rating and 3,000 gsm breathability rating; anti-pill […]

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Mortimer and Whitehouse Series 2 is a TV hit – complete guide and Paul’s exclusive insight

SERIES 2 of Gone Fishing, starring Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse, is back on BBC2 TV and already proving to be a huge success. Mortimer and Whitehouse are back with their winning formula. Pic: Owl Power. Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing is ‘more of the same’ according to Paul Whitehouse, who spoke exclusively to Angler’s […]

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Laws protecting certain animals are endangering tribes. Here’s how they persevere.

As the sun falls and rain clouds linger, Jaytuk Steinruck drives an ATV up a northwest corner of California’s shore. His goal? To gather duuma (sea anemone) from tide pools near Setlhxat (Prince Island) for a feast made from traditional Tolowa tribal foods. As he gathers the spongy, green anemone that will later be breaded […]

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