Getting Ready for Fall Fishing

Fall is finally and fully here in the Rocky Mountains, which means trout fishing is on the upswing for the next few months. To get you ready for any and every fall fly fishing situation, you can read this story from Field & Stream.  The post Getting Ready for Fall Fishing appeared first on MidCurrent. Read […]

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Podcast: The Articulate Fly with Jeff Blood

This show from Marvin Cash over at The Articulate Fly podcast is a timely one, considering the state of steelhead right now. In the first half of this two-part episode, Marvin sits down with Jeff Blood to talk all things related to Great Lakes steelhead fishing. Listen to the show below. The post Podcast: The […]

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Commando on the Flats

Chris Hunt has a great new piece in Hatch Magazine, about wading without any footwear on the flats in Bahamas. While that might sound like a crazy proposition on its face, the idea isn’t without its merits. Read Hunt’s story here. The post Commando on the Flats appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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The Sanctuary in Koh Phangan: an unique equilibrium in betwe…

The Sanctuary in Koh Phangan: an unique equilibrium in between healthy and balanced as well as hedonic There is one location I kept listening to concerning that was the initial motivation for The Beach: The Sanctuary on Koh Phangan. The Sanctuary is a hippie hotel that is experts in yoga exercise, health club treatments, detoxes […]

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Story: Upper Sacramento River Spills

When a Union Pacific train derailed earlier this year and fell into the Upper Sacramento River in California, it reminded many of an incident from 30 years ago. There was a spill in nearly the exact spot, and it severely damaged the Upper Sacramento fishery. The folks over at Cal Trout put together a great […]

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Somali pirates take Iranian, Thai ships In September, one mo…

Somali pirates take Iranian, Thai ships In September, one more 2 watercrafts, both Iranian, “ve called the” Jaber as well as the Siraj, were caught merely off the Somali coastline. It was the very first effective strike in the Gulf of Aden in 2 years, Steed said.According to anti-piracy professional John Steed of Oceans Beyond […]

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Globe’s most prominent dame fishermen? My daddy educated me …

Globe’s most prominent dame fishermen? My daddy educated me exactly how to fish. I enjoy every facet of angling. CAUGHT A BIG FISH? My daddy showed me just how to fish. I enjoy every element of angling. It does not make a distinction being women or male. CAUGHT A BIG FISH?

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Trout on the Rise in the Battenkill

The Battenkill River is one of the legendary fisheries on the East Coast, and thankfully, its trout population is on the rise. You can read more about this here. The post Trout on the Rise in the Battenkill appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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Rigging a Dry-Dropper for Beginners

This piece from Grant Michaels is a good starter piece for anglers who are new to the sport, or to anglers who haven’t fished the dry-dropper rig before. Give it a read here. The post Rigging a Dry-Dropper for Beginners appeared first on MidCurrent. Read more:

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“A Crappy Boat Ride, a Record Catch and a Fly-Fishing Frenzy”

“Sports Illustrated” just released this excerpt from the newly published book by Monte Burke titled “Lords of the Fly.”  Burke, who is also author of “Saban,” “Fourth and Goal, and “Sowbelly,” wrote this book about the storied sport of fly fishing for tarpon and includes all the interesting personalities and guides who make up the […]

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