Daily Archives: October 24, 2022

Contest: 2022 Flylords Pumpkin Carving Competition

Contest: 2022 Flylords Pumpkin Carving Competition

[ad_1] We’re back for lucky number 7 of the Annual Flylords Pumpkin Carving Contest! This year we’re kicking off our 7th annual Pumpkin Carving Contest! We ran this contest the last couple of years and had some fantastic submissions, and we want to see what you all can do this spooky season. We’ve got some incredible prizes lined up to giveaway…

Boots on the Ground: Jessica Strickland

[ad_1] For this Boots on The Ground series, we head to Truckee, California to meet with Jessica Strickland and get involved with a gravel restoration project. Jessica is Trout Unlimited’s  California Inland Trout Program Director. Follow along to learn more about Jessica and some of the projects she’s working on.  Flylords: Jessica, welcome to Trout Week and thanks for sharing some time…

Spread Creek, A Trout Unlimited Film and Restoration Project in Jackson, Wyoming

Spread Creek, A Trout Unlimited Film and Restoration Project in Jackson, Wyoming

[ad_1] In 2010, demolition began to remove a diversion dam on Spread Creek that allowed no fish passage or migration. Through a coordinated private-public partnership, Trout Unlimited and others removed the dam and replaced it with a structure much less harmful to local fish populations. The partnership then began working to recover riparian zones and create better trout habitat. This…

Master Class Monday: How to Fish Woolly Buggers in Rivers, Part 2

Master Class Monday: How to Fish Woolly Buggers in Rivers, Part 2

[ad_1] Today’s Master Class Monday video by Dave and Amelia Jensen is the second in a three-part series about fishing Woolly Buggers. You might be thinking, “Everybody knows how to fish a Woolly Bugger!” But think again. As Dave explains, this staple pattern can be presented in a variety of different ways to imitate many trout foods. In this video, In this…

Best Saltwater Fishing Destinations | MidCurrent

Best Saltwater Fishing Destinations | MidCurrent

[ad_1] If you want to plan a once-in-a-lifetime saltwater fly fishing trip, but can’t decide where to go, this article can help you narrow the choice down a bit. Dylan Hayward goes into detail on six of the best saltwater fly fishing destinations in the world in this piece for Wide Open Spaces. Read it here. [ad_2] Source link

Long Leaders for Flat Water

Long Leaders for Flat Water

[ad_1] Louis Cahill Photography In this recent story over at Gink & Gasoline, Louis Cahill goes over how to use long leaders when fishing flat water. This is especially important right now, as the water is low to end the fishing season. Read the story here. [ad_2] Source link

Catch-and-Release Impacts Shark Body Temperature

Catch-and-Release Impacts Shark Body Temperature

[ad_1] Fly fishing for sharks is a newer trend in saltwater fly fishing, but recreational fishing for sharks has long been a popular pastime. According to this article from Newsweek, however, when sharks are caught and released, their body temperature increases dramatically. This increased body temperature impacts shark behavior, potentially threatening their survival. It’s an interesting study that you can read in…

6 Euro Nymphs for Fall and Winter

6 Euro Nymphs for Fall and Winter

[ad_1] George Daniel put this recent story together in Hatch Magazine, where he details six of his favorite Euro nymphs for use in late fall and early winter. The list includes the Orange Eggstacy Egg and a Sexy Walt’s Worm. Find the rest of the flies here. The post 6 Euro Nymphs for Fall and Winter appeared first on MidCurrent. [ad_2] Source…

Fly Fishing in Slovenia | MidCurrent

Fly Fishing in Slovenia | MidCurrent

[ad_1] Photo: Ken Morrish Fly fishing can take anglers to some of the world’s most stunning landscapes. From the Seychelles to Patagonia, you can fly fish just about anywhere there’s water. One place that gets overlooked, at times, is Slovenia. From marble trout to browns, the trout fishing is spectacular, but somehow takes a backseat to the scenery. You can…

Striped Bass: Another Poor Spawn in Maryland

Striped Bass: Another Poor Spawn in Maryland

[ad_1] Maryland’s striped bass juvenile abundance index (JAI) is well below average for the fourth consecutive year and testing historic lows. The JAI was 3.6, well below the long-term average of 11.3, and marked the fourth year in a row when the index did not rise above 4.0. Something that has never before happened in a time series stretching all…