Field & Stream Classics: Fishing for Bass

The folks at Field & Stream have been releasing classic stories from their archives over the past year. One of their recent releases was a story from A.J. McClane on fly fishing for bass. You can read the story here. The post Field & Stream Classics: Fishing for Bass appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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The Road to DIY Bonefish

If you’ve ever wanted to catch bonefish on your own, then you really need to read Louis Cahill’s latest piece over at Gink & Gasoline. Cahill goes through some tips about how to get started on the road to DIY bonefishing. It’s a fun read, and you can find it in full here. The post The Road […]

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Podcast: Fly Culture with April Vokey

April Vokey is one of the few anglers in this sport who needs no introduction. She’s an accomplished steelhead guide, fisher, and provides some outstanding content (her podcast Anchored is great, if you haven’t checked it out yet). It’s no surprise, then, that Pete Tyjas, over at The Fly Culture, had April on his show […]

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Streamer Presentations: Glides and Slides

Dom Swentosky is one of the most thoughtful anglers I’ve ever spoken with. It shows all through his writing over at Troubitten, and particularly in this recent piece on how to properly present streamers. You can read it in full here. The post Streamer Presentations: Glides and Slides appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Video Series: Fishing with Jay

Bajio Sunglasses has partnered with angler Jay Johnson to create a new fishing series called “Fishing with Jay.” The goal of the video series is to highlight new fly fishing spots and promote environmental responsibility. You can learn more about the series, and catch the latest episode, here. The post Video Series: Fishing with Jay […]

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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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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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2021 Traver Award Winners Announced

The American Museum of Fly Fishing and John D. Voelker Foundation announced the winners of this year’s Robert Traver Fly Fishing Writing Award. Dr. Jody Martin, of Thousand Oaks, CA, won with his story entitled “Simon’s Daughter.” In addition to Martin’s winning story – which earned him at $2,500 cash prize – the judges selected […]

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Why Bass? Reflecting on America’s Favorite Fish

It’s no secret that, even with as fervently as us fly anglers love trout, bass are still the most popular gamefish in the United States. Even with the proliferation of the rainbow trout, bass still have a sizeable lead in the popularity contest here in America. How did that come to be? And perhaps more […]

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He Brought a Shotgun Bass Fishing We begin the day off firin…

He Brought a Shotgun Bass Fishing We begin the day off firing some water turkeys and also after that relocate right into going over some pre generate bass angling patterns. We captured a number of bass with it as well as after that switched over to chatterbaits for some Springtime fatties! Attractions: Zoom 4″ Lizard: […]

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