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Tying Tuesday: Blue Collar Worker

Tying Tuesday: Blue Collar Worker

[ad_1] Today’s Tying Tuesday is from Dom Swentosky over at Troutbitten. In this video, Dom shows us how to tie the Blue Collar Worker, a nymph that he uses quite frequently. The post Tying Tuesday: Blue Collar Worker appeared first on MidCurrent. [ad_2] Source link

Changing Currents: How College Students are Changing Fly Fishing

[ad_1] Camping and fishing in the middle of a rainstorm wouldn’t usually be my idea of fun. But the Montana State Fly Fishing Club doesn’t let anyone rain on their parade. At the beginning of October, the Bozo Trout Bums held their semi-annual Women’s Fly Fishing trip on the Missouri River. This trip was designed to teach beginner anglers the…

Tightline-Nymphing Tips: When in Doubt, Drag ‘Em

Tightline-Nymphing Tips: When in Doubt, Drag ‘Em

[ad_1] Written by: George Daniel, Livin On The Fly In fast-water stretches, it pays to err on the side of too much tension on your nymphs.Photos by George Daniel Nymphing without an indicator can be a challenge, especially when you’re fishing turbulent water where micro currents are moving in different directions. Some currents may be moving straight downstream, while some are…

Video: Understanding Hook Shapes & Proportions

Video: Understanding Hook Shapes & Proportions

[ad_1] Back in 2018, we launched a new series of videos called “One-Minute Fly-Tying Tips and Techniques” from Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions. Each video will teach a single tying skill, from the most basic to the advanced. Ultimately, the series will serve as a sort of encyclopedia of tying skills that will be a valuable resource for anyone who…

The new popular pastimes of the ultra-rich

The new popular pastimes of the ultra-rich

[ad_1] The lifestyle of the rich and famous. Fishing and cycling are among the ultra-rich’s top ten favorite ways to spend their time, according to research by wealth intelligence firm New World Wealth and investment migration consultancy Henley & Partners. Among anglers, fly fishing was especially popular, and ocean fly-fishing is also rising in popularity. LINK (via CNBC) [ad_2] Source…

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…