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St. Croix Names New Brand Manager

As part of their reentry into the fly fishing world, St. Croix has named Tom Larimer as fly fishing brand manager. Larimer previously worked for G. Loomis and as a guide on the Deschutes River in Oregon. You can read more about Larimer and the new role for St. Croix here. The post St. Croix Names ...

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The Milkfish Myth

For a while, we’ve heard the story that milkfish can fight for so long because they don’t produce any lactic acid when exerting themselves. That claim sounds almost too good to be true, which is why the folks over at Keep Fish Wet set out to find the truth. To learn what they found, read the whole ...

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St. Croix Returning to Fly Fishing

St. Croix has always been a big name in fishing. For a while, they were serious contenders in the fly fishing world. That changed a decade ago when the company decided to focus on its conventional gear, with the intention to return to fly fishing at a later date. That later date is fast ...

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Attaching Leader to Fly Line

Getting a good connection between your leader and fly line makes for a far more enjoyable casting and fishing experience. The trick is, of course, knowing how to tie the two pieces of material together. This story from Louis Cahill at Gink & Gasoline goes into detail on how you can attach ...

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Costa Debuts Two New Lifestyle Frames

Costa Sunglasses, manufacturer of the first color-enhancing all-polarized glass sunglass lens, welcomes two new lifestyle frames to its spring 2022 collection –  Salina and Paunch. Inspired by salty surf and tropical locales, Salina and Paunch have a sleek,  adventure-ready style designed to look ...

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New Caleta Women’s Sunglasses from Costa

Costa, longtime maker of some of the best fly fishing sunglasses on the market, just released a new set of frames for women – the Caleta. You can view the sunglasses and more details here. The post New Caleta Women’s Sunglasses from Costa appeared first on MidCurrent.

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Is New York’s Delaware River Public or Private?

Beau Beasley put together this great story on the land use issues plaguing the Delaware River in New York State. While we’re used to squabbles over land ownership here in the West, it’s not a problem unique to us. The gist of it is that land owners along the Delaware River in New York State are ...

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Video: 12 Must-Have Trout Flies

The newest video from Tom Rosenbauer in his series on fly fishing is about the 12 flies he says are must-have for trout anglers. You can view the video below. See All Orvis Learning Center Fly Fishing Video Lessons The post Video: 12 Must-Have Trout Flies appeared first on MidCurrent.

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Is what you are eating helping or hurting you

Are the foods you eat helping  THRIVE? Or are they hurting you? Just because a food is “approved safe for human consumption” does NOT mean that it is good for you or that it will help you THRIVE. Artificial sweeteners (like sorbitol, sucralose and aspartame),  food colorings , fillers, and ...

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Whip Finish Wednesday: Giant Stonefly Dry

For this week’s tying video, we’re looking at a great stonefly pattern that should imitate a bunch of different species in one fell swoop. This video comes to us from The Feather Bender and Barry Ord Clark. The post Whip Finish Wednesday: Giant Stonefly Dry appeared first on MidCurrent.

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Free Teen Fly Fishing Camp in Colorado

The Roaring Fork Conservancy and Taylor Creek Fly Shop are hosting a free teen fly fishing camp in Carbondale, Colorado. You can read more about the event, and register your teens to attend, here. The post Free Teen Fly Fishing Camp in Colorado appeared first on MidCurrent.

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