Daily Archives: September 26, 2022

Photos: Just a Few Days Left to Enter Our #20sepdays Contest!

Photos: Just a Few Days Left to Enter Our #20sepdays Contest!

[ad_1] It’s Day 26 of our “20 September Days” Photo Contest, which means that there are just four days left for you to enter. Remember: You don’t need to hit 20 days to take part. Heck you can fish one day this month and still enter the photo contest. At the end of the week, we’re picking three winners and offering some killer…

Story: Anger Management for Anglers

Story: Anger Management for Anglers

[ad_1] Illustration by Al Hassall This fun story comes to us from Robert Robinson over at Fly Fisherman Magazine, and it explores the reasons why our fishing buddies sometimes get so angry. You can read the story here. The post Story: Anger Management for Anglers appeared first on MidCurrent. [ad_2] Source link

3 Tips for Catching Great Lakes Steelhead This Fall

3 Tips for Catching Great Lakes Steelhead This Fall

[ad_1] Written by: Dan Pribanic, Chagrin River Outfitters Even dogs love casting for lake-run steelhead in fall. For many fly anglers, fall brings a chance to fish for migratory species, particularly steelhead. Here in the Great Lakes region, we dutifully watch the weather, hoping for just the right conditions: rain, cooler temps, and overcast skies. We live for those crisp…

New Nonprofit Supports Healing Through Fishing

New Nonprofit Supports Healing Through Fishing

[ad_1] A new nonprofit has been launched to help people find peace and healing while out on the water. Reeling in Recovery works to support people in becoming sober from drug and alcohol addictions. A press release from Reeling in Recovery, highlighting what they do, is below. Finding peace, healing and community on the river are the goals of the…

Master Class Monday: How to Fish Gravel Shelves

Master Class Monday: How to Fish Gravel Shelves

[ad_1] This week’s Master Class Monday video video is another Orvis exclusive by Dave and Amelia Jensen, in which they discuss how to catch trout that are holding on or below gravel shelves. Rainbows and cutthroats, especially, love these fast-water spots, but keep in mind that the gravel does break up the current, allowing any trout to take advantage. Watch for…

Fishermen lament plunge in Scottish wild salmon catch

Fishermen lament plunge in Scottish wild salmon catch

[ad_1] A fisherman releases wild Atlantic silver salmon  In the shimmering rapids of the River Spey that cuts through the Scottish Highlands, Ian Gordon casts his line with a languid swish and waits for a salmon to take the fly. In the early 1970s, when Gordon first fished the Spey as a “wee nipper,” it never took long to catch…

Fly Water – Moldy Chum

Fly Water – Moldy Chum

[ad_1] 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.…

How to Fly Fish for Carp

How to Fly Fish for Carp

[ad_1] Carp on the Fly Channel is dedicated to bring the best visual content of Carp Fly Fishing. The post How to Fly Fish for Carp appeared first on Moldy Chum. [ad_2] Source link