Yearly Archives: 2022

Different Fish, Different Places: Canals in the Desert

Different Fish, Different Places: Canals in the Desert

Introducing “Different Fish, Different Places,” from the canals to the flats, there’s a growing community of fly anglers taking advantage of the amazingly unique fisheries close to home. The first chapter takes us to Phoenix, Arizona with Kris Bare of the AZ Fly Shop and Derek Rivchin of Lo Water Guide Service to experience fly fishing in a region where…

Organize Fly Tying Gear | MidCurrent

Organize Fly Tying Gear | MidCurrent

Tim Flagler, the man behind the wonderful videos from Tightline Productions, put together this short video on organizing tying gear. As anyone who ties flies can attest, it’s easy to end up with more materials and supplies than you can ever conceivably use. Thankfully, Tim has a solution for that. You can view his video on organizing tying supplies here.…

New BTT Film: Pathway for Permit Released

New BTT Film: Pathway for Permit Released

Narrated by Flip Pallot, A Pathway for Permit tells the story of the collaborative efforts of Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, COSTA, and fishing guides to conserve and protect the Florida Keys’ iconic permit fishery and provide the information resource managers need to better manage the fishery. From the Bonefish Tarpon Trust: “Captured so perfectly in this film, whether catching your…

Video Pro Tips: How to Fly-Fish for Bass

Video Pro Tips: How to Fly-Fish for Bass

Legendary angler Jeff Currier offers some of his top tips for bass fishing with a fly rod. From choosing the right gear to casting big flies to making sure you land the fish you hook, Jeff’s advice is rock-solid. He may be a world-traveling angling celebrity now, but he cut his teeth as a kid casting for smallmouths and largemouths in…

Angler Story of the Week: 2 Carp, 1 Fly

Angler Story of the Week: 2 Carp, 1 Fly

A note from Mathew Howell: “Conditions were absolutely perfect for carp fishing; the sun was bright and the lake was glass. The water was pretty stained and visibility was under 5 inches. The fish seemed happy and a few were just wrapping up with the spring spawn. Matt Winkler (@matt.winkler28) managed to hookup with a tailing fish and as soon…

Story: Fly Guy | MidCurrent

Story: Fly Guy | MidCurrent

Brian Flecshig has made an impressive name for himself in fly fishing over the past 30 years as he’s operated Mad River Outfitters. Flechsig started the business in 1994, determined to make a fly shop work in Columbus, Ohio. And work, it has. Mad River Outfitters has a cult following on YouTube, and Flechsig is widely recognized as one of…

McKenzie and Willamette River Report July 1, 2022

McKenzie and Willamette River Report July 1, 2022

Water levels have come way down and our local rivers are fishing great. Wading opportunities on the McKenzie and Middle Fork of the Willamette Rivers have greatly improved. The heat has slowed some of the hatches but dry fly fishing has been the best it’s been since the March Brown Hatch. Look for some of the tributaries like Salmon Creek,…

The Colorado stream case that could revolutionize river access

The Colorado stream case that could revolutionize river access

Image by Mike Goad from Pixabay The first rock hurtled past Roger Hill’s head and plunked into the Arkansas River on a summer day in 2012. Hill, then 71, stood hip-deep in the flow, clad in waders and clutching his fly rod. Atop a steep bluff, a woman — whose name, Hill later learned, was Linda Joseph — glowered down…

Fly Fishing in Patagonia at Martín Pescador Lodge

Fly Fishing in Patagonia at Martín Pescador Lodge

Martín Pescador Lodge is an Eleven Experience Patagonia fly fishing lodge like no other. If your idea of fly fishing in Patagonia involves unpressured water, wild trout, and remote properties that position you perfectly for limitless access, look no further. Source link