Orvis Podcast: Tips for Fishing Hatches

It’s supposed to be downright fantastic weather-wise this weekend here in the Rockies. With temps soaring into the 70s, tons of anglers are chomping at the bit to get into a great spring blue-winged olive hatch. If you’re one of them – or you’re simply daydreaming for your next great fishing trip – this episode […]

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Silver Creek at a Crossroads

Matthew L. Miller has written about Idaho’s famous Silver Creek for years, and this recent piece of his is one of his best. It details the potentially tricky future that faces Silver Creek, and what anglers can do to help the storied fishery. You can read all of Miller’s story here. The post Silver Creek […]

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Why You Should Fish More Leeches

Landon Mayer is one of the best guides in fly fishing, and he’s made a name for himself as someone who knows how to catch big fish. So, when Landon talks, I usually sit up straight and listen. His latest story for Fly Fisherman Magazine details why us anglers ought to fish more leech flies. As Mayer […]

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Story: “Coffee and Secrets”

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, recently published this fantastic story about two things anglers know well – coffee and secrets. Read the story in full here. The post Story: “Coffee and Secrets” appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Pebble Mine Veto Decision Delayed

The Pebble Mine project is nothing if not persistent. While it’s unfortunate that Pebble won’t go away, there is still some light at the end of the tunnel. However, getting there will take some work on the part of the Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA has delayed a decision on when to hold a hearing […]

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Mr. President, conserve Mexico’s ‘panda of the sea’

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The catastrophe took place at respected carp fishery Broadlands, near Southampton in Hampshire. GOT SOME NEWS OR CAUGHT A BIG FISH? Email information and also images specifically to: anglersmail @timeinc. The disaster took place at respected carp fishery Broadlands, near Southampton in Hampshire. GOT SOME NEWS OR CAUGHT A BIG FISH? Email information as well […]

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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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EPA Announces Bristol Bay Timeframe

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) just released a timeframe for determining the next steps needed to protect Bristol Bay under the authority of the Clean Water Act. This is a major step forward in ensuring that Bristol Bay remains the world’s largest reserve of wild sockeye salmon. Read more about the timeframe here. The post […]

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Robson Green grits teeth in brand-new Television Grand Slam!

The initial program was broadcast the other day on Travel Channel, Robsonas initially for the Freeview network. To see whether Robson really attains the Grand Slam and also watch his various other successes, song in on Monday nights at 9pm on the Travel Channel. GOT AA VIEW ON Television ANGLING? The very first program was […]

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