Daily Archives: June 20, 2022

Video Pro Tips: Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Fly Fishing

Video Pro Tips: Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Fly Fishing

Written by: Evan Jones While this video series is ostensibly for beginners, Chris Niccolls of Bow River Troutfitters covers a wide variety of topics in this episode, many of which would benefit anglers of any skill level. His opening advice on how to approach the water–including waiting to rig up until you’ve assessed conditions, and then making a few casts…

Fly Fishing the Island of Socotra

If I look at my fishing philosophy and mentality, I realize how mere and insignificant I consider the size of the catch. What I would like to be more recognized by sport fishermen is that the most important thing is not the final result but the process to get there, which means many things, learning about the breath of water,…

Lessons From the Baltics – Flylords Mag

I remember the first time I heard about Baltic salmon. Juan Salgado, my fishing buddy, was immersed in one of his erratic loops after watching a fishing short film. It was around 2016, one of the greatest salmon runs since there are records in the Torne River, with more than 100,000 salmon going up this immense river basin that separates…

Custom YETI Hells Bay Skiff Up for Grabs in Captains for Clean Water Raffle

Custom YETI Hells Bay Skiff Up for Grabs in Captains for Clean Water Raffle

Hell’s Bay Boatworks and YETI have teamed up with Captains For Clean Water to create a unique custom skiff that one lucky person will win. And, whoever takes home the grand prize is certainly going to be turning heads at their local boat ramp and on the flats! This slideshow requires JavaScript. From Captains for Clean Water: Hell’s Bay Boatworks…

How to Embrace Busy Rivers: Dan “Rooster” Leavens

How to Embrace Busy Rivers: Dan “Rooster” Leavens

A quick word to everyone that is here to fly fish in Montana: “Historically the second week of June is arguably some of the best fishing of our season. As if life isn’t just quite hard enough these days with record high fuel prices, impending recessions and global unrest – we get dealt a late spring flood situation of epic…

Behind the Scenes: Abel & Ross Reels Factory with Made in the USA

Behind the Scenes: Abel & Ross Reels Factory with Made in the USA

Ever wonder what goes into each and every Abel and Ross Reel? Well, the Mayfly Outdoors team welcomed the Made In The USA team to take a tour of the Mayfly Factory in Montrose, CO, and discover what makes the reels special. Check it out! From All-American Reviews: “These two amazing fly fishing brands are owned by the same company…

5 Dry Flies for Summer on the Upper Delaware

5 Dry Flies for Summer on the Upper Delaware

Anita celebrates another big brown trout to the net on the Upper Delaware.Photo courtesy Anita Coulton The Upper Delaware is one of the top wild-trout fisheries in the East, featuring cold, oxygen-rich water that provides an ideal foundation for the prolific bug life on which big trout thrive. As summer rolls in, these fish become increasingly cautious and educated, which…

Master Class Monday: Understanding Rise Forms During a Spinner Fall

Master Class Monday: Understanding Rise Forms During a Spinner Fall

In this great episode of “Master Class Monday”–part of a 10-part series on fishing during a spinner fall–Dave and Amelia Jensen help you to understand rise forms, so you know which fish are feeding on spinners, as well as which trout are the really big ones. See below for links to all installments of this killer series, which will add…

Podcast: Improve Your Nymph Fishing

Podcast: Improve Your Nymph Fishing

Tom Rosenbauer sat down with Ben Sittig to talk about how to improve your nymph fishing by ditching bobbers. It’s a great chat, and you can listen to the show here. The post Podcast: Improve Your Nymph Fishing appeared first on MidCurrent. Source link

Floods Could Benefit Fishing | MidCurrent

Floods Could Benefit Fishing | MidCurrent

While many of us have worried about the human impact of the floods in Montana, it’s normal to wonder how the rivers will fare once the floodwaters recede. The rivers do, after all, play a large role in the long term economic outlook of so many small towns. Brian McGeehan, owner of Montana Angler, says these recent floods may actually…