Electricity Restored to Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park is working hard to reopen following the massive floods earlier this week. Electricity has been restored to the park, making it one step closer to reopening, which park officials says should happen sometime next week. Damage to the north part of the park is still being assessed, although that area will be […]

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EPA Releases Safeguards for Bristol Bay

The EPA announced Tuesday that they’re releasing safeguards intended to protect Bristol Bay from mining projects, putting another damper in the proposed Pebble Mine. The EPA is also opening a 40-day comment period to solicit public feedback on the proposed safeguards that would prohibit mine waste from being discharged into several rivers in Bristol Bay. […]

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Redington Debuts New Trailblazer Rod

Redington’s all-new TRAILBLAZER is ready for anywhere you want to go because there are  no good reasons to leave your fly rod at home.   The TRAILBLAZER IS DESIGNED to fit into all your outdoor adventures—whether your rig is  packed to the gills with necessary provisions for a cross-country road trip or your backpack  can’t stash […]

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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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Warming Temps, Invasive Species Threaten Native Trout

Native trout in Montana are in trouble, according to Ken Perrotte of Field & Stream. They face a number of challenges, but chief among them are climate change and invasive species. Perrotte details those challenges here. The post Warming Temps, Invasive Species Threaten Native Trout appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Fly Fishing Enters NFT World

Fly fishing has made one of its first – if not the first – foray into the world of NFTs, or non-fungible tokens. Catchflo, a footwear company, has partnered with Trippytroutclub, an NFT collection of hard-drawn artwork that’s sold to benefit conservation efforts in the Southern Appalachians. A full press release is below. Catchflo, fly fishing’s only […]

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Salmon angling period opens up- in scenes

The Scottish town of Kenmore has actually been the typical location for the opening of the period considering that 1947, with this year noting the 70 th wedding anniversary Read a lot more: www.theguardian.com

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AMAZING Net Fishing in Cambodia-Traditional Net Fishing-Amaz…

AMAZING Net Angling in Cambodia-Traditional Net Fishing-Amazing Viral Videos -Cast Net Fishing, angling khmer angling 2016, internet fishing khmer, khmer fishing … Read extra: www.youtube.com

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Western Fly Fishing Expo Returns to Idaho

The Western Fly Fishing Expo, one of the largest gatherings of fly anglers in the northern Rockies, is back for 2022. It was cancelled last year due to the pandemic. The expo features presentations from industry experts and vendors, along with seminars and fly tying lessons. You can learn more about the Expo here. The […]

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Story: Fly Fishing in Italy

Kenneth R. Rosen put together a fantastic spread for The New York Times recently on the adventure of fly fishing in Italy. Although it’s not mentioned as one of the world’s must-visit fly fishing destinations, Rosen’s experience – including the photography that accompanies the article – makes me want to plan a trip to Italy, and soon. […]

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