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Story: Fall Feasts | MidCurrent

Story: Fall Feasts | MidCurrent

Photo by Cathy Beck. The folks over at Fly Fisherman Magazine have been periodically posting articles written before the internet age. These stories are from some of fly fishing’s classic writers like Gary LaFontaine, Lefty Kreh, Robert Traver, Vince Marinaro, Nick Lyons, and many others. The most recent classic story posted is titled “Fall Feasts” and was written by Charles R. Meck,…

Video: Flies Stuck On the Bottom

Video: Flies Stuck On the Bottom

Each week, Orvis releases a new video in their Basic Fly Fishing Tips series. These videos are hosted by the one and only Tom Rosenbauer. This week’s video goes over what to do if your fly gets stuck on the river bottom. There are a few different ways to get your flies free, which Tom addresses in this video. See…

Ninth Circuit judges deal blow to bull trout recovery fight

Ninth Circuit judges deal blow to bull trout recovery fight

A panel of U.S. Circuit Judges put the kibosh on conservationist groups’ attempt to replead their case for endangered bull trout in the Ninth Circuit, marking the end of a six-year legal battle against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Circuit Judges Michael Hawkins and Margaret McKeown, both Bill Clinton appointees, and Circuit Judge Gabriel Sanchez, a Biden appointee, affirmed…

Sinking Stoneflies On The Karamea

Sinking Stoneflies On The Karamea

Pure Fly NZ is back with season five. In episode one, Mike Kirkpatrick and Andrew Harding hit the Karamea for some stunning dry fly action – but it’s not all on top, as this clip shows with Mike having to get a stonefly down deep in a tricky spot to get the eat.   Source link

Angler Story of the Week: Puerto Rican Boxfish

Angler Story of the Week: Puerto Rican Boxfish

“Me and boxfish have a history. Better yet, one could even say it’s a curse. I’ve been fortunate enough to cast at quite a few of these unique fish but have only been met with misfortunate results. They’ve eluded me either through simple rejection, broken/bent hooks, leader slicing coral, or just about every other disastrous scenario you can think of!…

Golden Trout: “Oh The Places You’ll Go”

Golden Trout: “Oh The Places You’ll Go”

Golden trout have the reputation of being some of the best-looking yet hardest to find trout in the world. They live in some of the most beautiful places. Small creeks and glacial lakes at 10,000 – 12,000 feet. Although they are not native to these areas, they have flourished. These trout live in mostly untouched waters above the tree line…

Pro Tips: How to Make the Most of Your Bank Shots

Pro Tips: How to Make the Most of Your Bank Shots

By William G. Tapply Stalking the banks can often produce surprisingly large trout.Photo by Phil Monahan Bill Rohrbacher and I picked our lunch site for the shade of the lonely cottonwood, the gurgle of the river, and the upstream view. The brown-and-yellow Montana plains rolled off to distant horizons all around us, and the sky was as big and blue and…