Costa, Simms Release “Mighty Waters” Film

Costa Sunglasses, along with Simms Fishing Products, the American Museum of Fly Fishing, and Cold Collaborative, have officially released their “Mighty Waters” film to the public. This film was originally released in the 2021 Fly Fishing Film Tour. The film goes into detail about a legendary Bahamas guide and his time spent with Dr. Martin […]

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CARP AND CATFISH FISHING on the Ebro & #x 1f3a3; THE EBRO SA…

CARP AND CATFISH FISHING on the Ebro & #x 1f3a3; THE EBRO SAFARI We go angling with Ditch Ballard from Ebro Mad Cats as well as our close friend Ryan and also attempt to capture some large carp and also catfish. The angling was challenging at very first yet in the direction of the end […]

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Whip Finish Wednesday: Tippet Octopus Wet Fly

If you’re interested in tying wet flies, Davie McPhail is one of the best people out there to learn from. His videos are always in-depth, fun, and present patterns many of us here in America don’t often use. This video is an interesting wet fly pattern – one that I plan on trying out here […]

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Washington Governor Announces 2022 Salmon Recovery Budget

As part of the 2022 state budget for Washington, Governor Jay Inslee has earmarked $187 million for salmon recovery efforts. The money will protect habitat, create more fish passages, and work with hatcheries and commercial fishing operations to better manage the wild salmon fishery. You can read more about the salmon recovery efforts here. The […]

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Opinion: “In Defense of Counting Fish”

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, has put together another wonderful opinion piece, this time on the topic of counting fish. I think all of us, at some level, keep track of the number of fish we catch each time on the water. That’s just a natural byproduct of fishing. What Dom argues, though, is how we can […]

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Podcast: Destination Angler with Ryan Kelly

Ryan Kelly is a great friend of mine, and he’s an even better photographer. His video and still photography work is some of the best I’ve ever seen, and not just in fly fishing. Ryan’s a versatile photographer, and you’ve probably seen his work on Instagram, where he posts under the handle @Greenriverflyfisher. Ryan was […]

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Fly Casting Tips

Kent Klewein, over at Gink & Gasoline, put this story together on how you can perfect the timing of your fly cast. As a guide myself, I love the simple steps Kent outlines here, and they’ll more than likely help you improve your casting. Read the story here. The post Fly Casting Tips appeared first on MidCurrent. […]

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Review: Tom Morgan Rodsmiths Fly Rod

I’ve owned and fished a Tom Morgan Rodsmiths rod for the better part of four years now, and it’s probably my favorite fly rod. I just put together a review on the TMR rod, which you can read in full here. The post Review: Tom Morgan Rodsmiths Fly Rod appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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80 m of drug discovered on angling trawler near Falmouth – B…

80 m of drug discovered on angling trawler near Falmouth – BBC News Their following hearing is at Bristol Crown Court on 20 September. Mark Harding, of the National Crime Agency, included:”A seizure on this range is most likely have a substantial turbulent influence right along the supply chain, leaving criminals with huge insolvency to […]

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Could 16 th century skeletal system discovered under regiona…

(CNN) British key college trainees have actually been dealt with to a real-life old background lesson after their play ground suddenly developed into an ancient site.As workers prepared to construct an expansion at Victoria Primary School near Newhaven, a previous fishing town currently component of Edinburgh, Scotland, lots of anticipated to reveal the initial harbor […]

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