Costa Releases Lido Performance Frames

Costa Sunglasses, manufacturer of the first color-enhancing all-polarized glass sunglass lens, brings next-level performance and style to its spring 2022 collection with the new Lido. Versatile, stylish and packed with performance features, Lido is where form meets function. Lido might have a laid back vibe, but don’t let it fool you, its pro-level features compete […]

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Opinion: Is the Fly Fishing Industry Making Us Soft?

Paul Puckett, over at Gink & Gasoline, put together a fantastic piece where he discusses how fly fishing is too easy these days. I have to say, I agree with Paul – but there are still plenty of undiscovered gems out there. Regardless, it’s worth reading Puckett’s ideas, which you can find here. The post Opinion: Is […]

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WIN! Excellent competitors to be an angling reporter& & …

WANT to be an angling reporter or angling blog owner? If being a blog writer and also even more is something that snaps your button, the manufacturers of Television’s Crabtree as well as Pursuit shows have a wonderful competitors for you. The victor will certainly obtain to speak with John Bailey- one of the finest […]

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One Of The Most RANDOM Pond Bass Fishing video clip you will…

One Of The Most RANDOM Pond Bass Fishing video clip you will certainly EVER view. Well I had not been mean to be bass angling in this video clip however I could not leap out of an aircraft due to the high winds. I presume you people will certainly have to wait for a little […]

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Elect Leave intends to shield EU gives if UK leaves – BBC Ne…

Elect Leave intends to shield EU gives if UK leaves – BBC News What would certainly occur to moneying from EU post-Brexit? Will the UK have to pay billions in tax obligation refunds? What would certainly occur to moneying from EU post-Brexit?

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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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What Colors Do Fish See?

This is an interesting story, and it comes to us from the fine folks over at MeatEater. In it, Stephen Klobuchar details what we know about the colors fish actually see. It’s a fun read that will likely tweak your approach to fishing streamers come ice-off this spring. Read the story in full here. The […]

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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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Story: “River of Dreams”

Great fishing stories are tough to put into words. There’s a reason only a handful of fly fishing writers make a living doing it full-time. Louis Cahill is one of those great storytellers, and his recent tale about the River of Dreams is worth a read. You can find it in full here. The post […]

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Tribes Win Water Rights Support in California

Water rights laws are as confusing as they are long-lasting, and wading through them is often an exercise that ends in a headache. Historically, though, water rights have negatively impacted American Indian tribes in the West. And in California, a judge recently gave the Hoopa Valley Tribe hope that the next draft of water rights […]

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