Book: “America’s Bountiful Waters”

Author Craig Springer released this book last year, titled America’s Bountiful Waters. The book is meant to commemorate 150 years of fisheries conservation within the United States Fish & Wildlife Service. You can read more about the book, and order it, here. The post Book: “America’s Bountiful Waters” appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Hot Girl Fishing Amazing Fishing at Battambang Cambodia Trad…

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Crankbait Fishing for Spring Time Bass Tyler Anderson fishes…

Crankbait Fishing for Spring Time Bass Tyler Anderson fishes a Squarebill Crankbait to target springtime time bass making use of a MONSTERBASS Hammerhead. Tyler breaks down just how to fish this strategy right into rigging, place, as well as access. Tyler Anderson – TylerReelFishing – https://www.youtube.com/user/TylersReelFishing

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Guy Rescued After 2 Months At Sea Ate Gulls, Fish To Survive…

Guy Rescued After 2 Months At Sea Ate Gulls, Fish To Survive Olaya, that was apparently in “great problem,” was moved to a U.S. Coast Guard watercraft. Olaya stated his 3 friends, that were apparently Ecuadorian, gave in at sea. On Wednesday, Olaya shared gratefulness for his rescue as well as survival. Olaya, that was […]

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When He Recorded This Terrifying Moment, this Scuba Diver Wa…

When He Recorded This Terrifying Moment, this Scuba Diver Was Stranded At Sea Within that variety exists some seriously frightening sea monsters. That’s what makes this video taken by a diving diver so extremely horrifying.Randy Fales was spear fishing near Sebastian Inlet in Florida when he appeared to locate his watercraft– with his children inside– […]

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Story: “Life’s Currents Lead Educator, Guide”

Patrick Weaver used to teach biology, physics, and earth sciences in public schools in Indiana. Now, he’s a fly fishing guide in North Carolina. His journey to becoming a guide – and the reason it’s still his profession – was detailed in this feature from the Daily Journal in Brevard, N.C. You can read the story here. […]

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2022 Virginia Fly Fishing and Wine Festival

On January 15-16, 2022, the annual Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival will celebrate its 21st  anniversary, drawing anglers from throughout Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic, Ohio, Georgia, South Carolina, and even New York. Held at Meadow Event Park, just 15 miles north of Richmond on the site of the state fairgrounds, the Virginia Fly & […]

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How to Fly Fish the Backcountry

Tim Huckaby, over at Backpacker.com, put together a great story that’ll likely have folks daydreaming all through winter. It’s about bringing backpacking and fly fishing together, something those of us here in the Rockies are well accustomed to, but which probably isn’t familiar to anglers from other, less remote areas of the country. The story […]

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Potential World-record Catfish Landed on Fly Rod

Catching catfish on a fly rod is a goal of mine; where I live in Wyoming isn’t exactly a great place to go looking for catfish. So when I saw this story of an angler out of Texas who landed a potential world-record catfish on a fly rod, I was more than a bit jealous. […]

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Rare Cutthroat Stocked in Colorado

Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials announced that they’ve successfully stocked cutthroat into small streams in the Arkansas River drainage. These fish are descendants of ones that were rescued from the Hayden Pass Fire in 2016. They’ve spent the past few years at a hatchery near Crested Butte, and are now going back to the wild. […]

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