Daily Archives: June 15, 2022

Wednesday Wake-Up Call 06.15.22 

Wednesday Wake-Up Call 06.15.22 

Welcome to the latest installment of the Wednesday Wake-Up Call, a roundup of the most pressing conservation issues important to anglers. Working with our friends at Trout Unlimited, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, The Everglades Foundation, Captains for Clean Water, VoteWater.org, and Conservation Hawks (among others), we’ll make sure you’ve got the information you need to understand the issues and form solid opinions. 1.…

Video: How to Tie the Dirty Carrot Nymph

Video: How to Tie the Dirty Carrot Nymph

Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions loves the Walt’s Worm so much that he has shown us at least has shown us no fewer than six versions of it over the years: Walt’s Worm and the Sexy Walt’s, Son of Sexy Walt’s, Last Walt’s., McKenna’s Sexy Walt’s, and Drop-Bead Walt’s. There’s just something about this profile that drives trout nuts. In this week’s great…

Maine Fly Fishing – Where to Go, What to Expect, Seasons & More

Maine Fly Fishing – Where to Go, What to Expect, Seasons & More

Maine is a beautiful state for all types of outdoor lovers. With the long coastline, mountains, lakes, and some of the best brook trout fisheries in the country, it is an incredible destination. Below, you will find information on where to fish, the laws, and even guides that you can reach out to. Glossary The Best Maine Rivers to Fly…

RAWA Advances through the House of Representatives

RAWA Advances through the House of Representatives

On June 14th, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 231-190 on the pioneering Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA). This comes just under a year after it was adopted into the House. All eyes will now be on the Senate to take up the bill and send it to the White House. The bipartisan bill would direct $1.4 billion in annual funding to…

Tying Tuesday: Complex Twist Bugger

Tying Tuesday: Complex Twist Bugger

This week’s edition of Tying Tuesday comes to us from Fly Fish Food, and it illustrates how to tie a complex twist bugger. The post Tying Tuesday: Complex Twist Bugger appeared first on MidCurrent. Source link

Podcast: Newb and The Knower

Podcast: Newb and The Knower

Lance Egan is the featured expert on this season of The Newb and The Knower, a podcast that pairs an expert in their field with a beginner. In the latest episode of The Newb and The Knower, Lance discusses how to cast a fly rod. You can listen to the show here. Source link

Restrictions, closures in place at several FWP sites due to flooding

Restrictions, closures in place at several FWP sites due to flooding

Flooding is impacting many areas of the state of Montana prompting Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to close or restrict access at several sites in southwest and northwest Montana. This is your one-stop for all restrictions, closures, and reopenings of FWP-managed lands and water bodies that may be affected by the floods. LINK Source link

Historic Flooding Closes Yellowstone | MidCurrent

Historic Flooding Closes Yellowstone | MidCurrent

Historic flooding along the Yellowstone River has closed portions Yellowstone National Park indefinitely. The entire park is tentatively closed until June 19, which is what park officials say is the earliest date the southern end of Yellowstone might open. Entire portions of the road between Mammoth Hot Springs – located in the northern end of Yellowstone National Park – and…

Drone – Sight Fishing Stripers with Paul Dixon & Steve Bechard

Drone – Sight Fishing Stripers with Paul Dixon & Steve Bechard

In May of 2006, a like-minded posse formed. Reel Pure, a grassroots lifestyle fly fishing brand, and Moldy Chum, an industry intoxicated media channel, got into bed. And an irreverently serious voice was born. We appreciate every last follower and hope you enjoy the ride, If you’d like to chew the fat, shoot us a note at contact@moldychum.com. Source…

Entire fishery wiped out by “catastrophic” mudslide

Entire fishery wiped out by “catastrophic” mudslide

The “catastrophic” flash flooding and mudslides that occurred at the Black Hollow Creek confluence with the Poudre River last summer had deadly consequences for the area’s fish population and the Poudre River State Fish Hatchery, according to a report from Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW). This event added to the long list of impacts to the Cameron Peak fire. LINK…