Daily Archives: August 5, 2022

2022 Consumer Choice Awards | MidCurrent

2022 Consumer Choice Awards | MidCurrent

In conjunction with The Fly Fishing Show and Fly Fusion Magazine, the folks over at Angling Trade have released the list of winners for the 2022 Consumer Choice Awards. The Abel ROVE reel won the Best of Show award, while the 9′ 5-weight Sage R8 CORE won for best freshwater rod. You can see the full list of winners here. Source link

Go Naked When Nymphing in Still Water

Go Naked When Nymphing in Still Water

Phil Rowley has some fantastic advice for anyone looking to find more success when nymphing still water – go naked. What exactly does Phil mean by “going naked?” To find the answer, read this story from the Orvis blog. The post Go Naked When Nymphing in Still Water appeared first on MidCurrent. Source link

Podcast: Selectivity in Fish Feeding Habits, with Matt Supinski

Podcast: Selectivity in Fish Feeding Habits, with Matt Supinski

[Interview starts at 51:36] This week, my guest is guide and author Matt Supinski, one of the most innovative thinkers in fly fishing, with a long history in the business. The topic is selectivity, which Matt wrote an entire book about a few years ago. What is selectivity in fish feeding, is it always operating, why does it happen, and how can…

New Colorado Brook Trout Record

New Colorado Brook Trout Record

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is excited to announce a new state record Brook Trout has been caught, breaking the longest-standing fish record in the state. The Brook Trout was caught by Tim Daniel of Granby in Monarch Lake, in Grand County. Colorado Parks and Wildlife Aquatic Biologist Jon Ewert inspected the fish the day it was caught, and it weighed…

Salmon, steelhead conservation groups plan to sue PG&E

Salmon, steelhead conservation groups plan to sue PG&E

Photo: Mike Weir/California Trout As Pacific Gas & Electric moves toward decommissioning the Potter Valley Project, a coalition of environmental groups is readying materials to sue the power company over operations the groups say harm the Eel River’s salmon and trout populations and violate the federal Endangered Species Act. LINK (via The Mendocino Voice) Source link