Daily Archives: June 3, 2022

YETI 2022 Film Tour Is Underway!

YETI 2022 Film Tour Is Underway!

The YETI 2022 Film tour is well underway debuting a collection of seven never-before-seen YETI Presents films, showcasing inspiring tales from the wild. All proceeds from ticket sales will benefit various conservation groups dedicated to preserving the outdoors, including: – “The wild is where we rediscover our purpose and share experiences that bring us closer together,”…

Carrying a Wading Staff | MidCurrent

Carrying a Wading Staff | MidCurrent

Dom Swentosky, over at Troutbitten, recently put together this video that highlights how he carries a wading staff. Dom thinks that all anglers – regardless of their skill level with wading – can benefit from carrying a wading staff this way. You can read some more on the topic here, and watch Dom’s video below. Source link

Classic Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival 06.03.22

Classic Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival 06.03.22

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. I’m away from the office this week, so I scoured the archives to come up with this cool F5 from all the way back in 2016. This week, we offer thirteen productions that cover a…

Fly Fisherman Father’s Day Gift Guide

Fly Fisherman Father’s Day Gift Guide

The folks over at Fly Fisherman Magazine recently released their Father’s Day Gift Guide for 2022. You can view the guide here. The post Fly Fisherman Father’s Day Gift Guide appeared first on MidCurrent. Source link

Faces of Fly Fishing: Kayla Lockhart

Photo by Clay Nowak (@NoPhotoz) Kayla Lockhart (@kayla__lockhart) is a name familiar to most fly anglers who pay any ounce of attention to the fly fishing community on Instagram. Her energy is second to none, and she has spent her entire career in the space working to promote inclusiveness, inspire future conservationists and anglers, and bring an element of transparency…

Podcast: Tom Answers your Questions

Podcast: Tom Answers your Questions

My guest this week is, well, me. I did actually record an interview, but the file got corrupted and I couldn’t get my guest back in time to do a makeover.  So this week is just the Fly Box. The good news is that we have some interesting questions and tips, including: Do I absolutely need a full-sinking line and…

McKenzie and Willamette Fishing Report Early June 2022

McKenzie and Willamette Fishing Report Early June 2022

Despite the continued high water both the McKenzie and Willamette Rivers are fishing very well. Hatches have really improved and a great variety of flies and tactics are taking fish. Each time I speak with a fellow angler I hear about different fly patterns, locations, and tactics. Fishing is really really solid all around even with the high water. The…

BLM Purchase Opens New Fishing Access in Wyoming

BLM Purchase Opens New Fishing Access in Wyoming

Thanks to a purchase of 35,670 acres of land near Capser, Wyoming, access is open on 8.8 miles of the North Platte River that were previously inaccessible to anglers. You can read more about the land purchase here. The post BLM Purchase Opens New Fishing Access in Wyoming appeared first on MidCurrent. Source link

Buying Fly Rods for Young Beginners

Buying Fly Rods for Young Beginners

Justin Pickett wrote this story over at Gink & Gasoline that helps you narrow down your options when buying a fly rod for young beginners – especially kids. You can read the whole story here. The post Buying Fly Rods for Young Beginners appeared first on MidCurrent. Source link