Monthly Archives: May 2022

Tying Tuesday: Marabou Murdich Minnow

Tying Tuesday: Marabou Murdich Minnow

Today’s Tying Tuesday installment comes to us from Hans Stephenson, of Dakota Anglers and Outfitters. The fly is a fun streamer pattern called the Marabou Murdich Minnow. The post Tying Tuesday: Marabou Murdich Minnow appeared first on MidCurrent. Source link

The Pit Bull of the Sea

The Pit Bull of the Sea

This is a fun story from Rusty Chinnis about the value of jack crevalle as a game fish, especially on a fly rod. According to Rusty, most anglers regard these fish as an annoying nuisance swimming between them and redfish, but jack crevalle over five pounds can be fantastic fighters. Read the story here. The post The Pit Bull of…

Video: Understanding Different Types of Fly-Tying Scissors

Video: Understanding Different Types of Fly-Tying Scissors

A few years ago, we launched a new series of videos called “One-Minute Fly-Tying Tips and Techniques” from Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions. Each video will teach a single tying skill, from the most basic to the advanced. Ultimately, the series will serve as a sort of encyclopedia of tying skills that will be a valuable resource for anyone who…

May 2022 Deschutes Report | The Caddis Fly: Oregon Fly Fishing Blog

May 2022 Deschutes Report | The Caddis Fly: Oregon Fly Fishing Blog

The Salmonfly hatch on the Deschutes this year has been one of ups and downs. We have really only had a handful of days when things have lined up with warm days, and decent fishing conditions. I just wrapped up a Memorial Day trip from Trout Creek to Maupin and the weather was some of the worst I have ever…

Classic Video: How to Fish Dry Flies in Freestone Pools, Runs, and Pocketwater

Classic Video: How to Fish Dry Flies in Freestone Pools, Runs, and Pocketwater

Where The River Runs is a media group in New Mexico that specializes in fly-fishing videos. We’ve posted several of their productions in our Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival over the past few years. Recently, they put together an informative video on how to fish dry flies in freestone streams. Each video has a minute-plus of talking at the beginning, which…

Supreme Court Delivers a Rare Win for Environmental Policy

Supreme Court Delivers a Rare Win for Environmental Policy

Image by William Murphy from Pixabay In the wake of some incredibly demoralizing news that’s come out of the Supreme Court recently, it looks like they may have done some good: the Court will allow the Biden administration to use monetary estimates of greenhouse gas emissions for future policymaking. LINK (via Gizmodo) Source link

NH hatcheries to get a boost; environmentalists say that’s a problem

NH hatcheries to get a boost; environmentalists say that’s a problem

With $55 million in federal relief funds, the state of New Hampshire is preparing to update its fish hatcheries and build two new facilities with plans for a third, after facing a lawsuit over water pollution created by raising fish on farms. But some environmental advocates say these updates come at the expense of the state’s wild native fish population,…

New Book Honors Veterans and Fly Fishing

New Book Honors Veterans and Fly Fishing

Beau Beasley is in an investigative conservation writer and the Director of the Virginia & Texas Fly Fishing Festivals. This fall, his new book Healing Waters: Veteran’s Journey of Recovery in Their Own Words comes out.  Today, we’re excited to have the opportunity to share an excerpt from the book. You can read it below.   About an hour west of Washington, DC,…

Story: In-Laws’ Bass Pond

Story: In-Laws’ Bass Pond

This is a fun story from Louis Cahill over at Gink & Gasoline. It’s about fishing his in-laws’ bass pond. I can’t help but wonder, after reading, why my in-laws don’t have a bass pond for me to fish. You can read the story here. The post Story: In-Laws’ Bass Pond appeared first on MidCurrent. Source link