Monthly Archives: April 2022

Fly Fishing the Trinity Alps

Fly Fishing the Trinity Alps

The grandeur of the Sierra without the crowds. Granite peaks shooting to the stars, firs, and pines that dominate the landscape, and one of the largest wilderness areas in all of California. The space to enjoy nature without the sounds of others’ footsteps. Trout in lakes and streams ready to take a fly, not to mention open space HD quality,…

Chubby Chernobyl Fly Tying Video

Chubby Chernobyl Fly Tying Video

Bruce Berry sits down and ties up a must-have for this time of the year. Salmon flies are right around the corner and hoppers are on our radar. Materials used in this fly help keep it floating and visible without spooking the fish. Chubby Chernobyl Material List:Hook: TMC5360 – Size 6 – 16Thread: Uni – 6/0 in GoldenTail: Hareline Krystal…

Riversmith Introduces DeYoung River Quiver

Riversmith Introduces DeYoung River Quiver

The folks over at Riversmith just announced a new edition of their River Quiver – a collaboration between them and artist Derek DeYoung. You can view the new River quiver here. The post Riversmith Introduces DeYoung River Quiver appeared first on MidCurrent. Source link

The carp side of fly fishing

The carp side of fly fishing

Despite being called trash fish and the dark side of fly fishing by some or is that the carp side of fly fishing? — there’s something unique going on when a fly rodder wades a muddy flat, delicately casts a small fly in front of a carp working its way along the bottom and then waits nervously in that heart-stopping…

Colorado’s Fly-Fishing Industry Faces the Growing Threat of Climate Change

Colorado’s Fly-Fishing Industry Faces the Growing Threat of Climate Change

You could insert every single western state’s name into that headline. A 2018 analysis done for CPW found that fishing contributes $2.4 billion in economic output each year in Colorado and supports some 17,000 jobs in the state. No one is sure how climate change will affect those figures­­­—only that it will.  LINK (via 5280) Source link

Water Sabbath : joy – Moldy Chum

Water Sabbath : joy – Moldy Chum

 Exploring the home waters that Mike and Jake cut their teeth on is top of their list every Summer. Connecting with the same pockets, deep holding spots, boulders, runs, backwater eddies and wet-wading paradises brings a sense of joy and connection that can only come from that ever desirable combination of nostalgia and consistent action. Smallmouth is the target,…

Strings and Streams : An Interview with Thomas Rhett

Last year, Chaco and Thomas Rhett teamed up to collaborate on a line of Chacos focused on his connection to the outdoors. The collaboration was a huge success with each of the different patterns selling out almost instantly.  This year, Chaco and Thomas Rhett have joined forces again to create two new Fly Fishing focused patterns. Even better, each shoe…

Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival 04.29.22

Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival 04.29.22

Welcome to a classic edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival, in which we scour the Web for the best fly-fishing videos available. This week, we offer a baker’s dozen, featuring some exotic destinations and local waters. These videos will take you from South America to Norway, and from Australia to British Columbia, but few things are as…

11 Fly Fishing and Outdoorsy Gifts for Mother’s Day

11 Fly Fishing and Outdoorsy Gifts for Mother’s Day

Mom’s deserve the best, they are there for you through thick and thin. They congratulate you on every fish you catch (no matter if it’s big or small) and they always seem to give the best advice. This mother’s day give your mom something she’ll love and cherish for years to come. From beautiful handcrafted jewelry to the most feature…

Questions with a Captain: Josh Laferty

Questions with a Captain: Josh Laferty

Community showers that might have hot water, basic electricity powered by a generator (so don’t forget to fill it), bears that prowl through camp at night, and sleeping in a wood and tarp tent for six months – these are just a few things that ensure that the guides up at Alaska’s Naknek River Camp never have a dull moment. After…

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