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The Dark Side of Plant Medicine with Josh Trent

The Dark Side of Plant Medicine with Josh Trent Josh Trent is returning to the show to discuss in even more detail the state of plant medicine. Josh Trent is the Founder of Wellness Force Media, host of the Wellness Force Podcast and the creator of the BREATHE: Breath & Wellness Program. Josh ...

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Podcast: Seven Deadly Sins of Streamer Fishing

I always enjoy podcasts, articles, or films with the premise like this recent chat between Tom Rosenbauer and guide Josh Nugent. In their podcast, they talk about the “seven deadly sins” of streamer fishing – a topic I think all of us anglers love hearing about. You can listen to the show in full ...

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“Cheat” Flies for Trout

In this piece for Field & Stream, Ryan Chelius details seven flies that are a bit unconventional, but nevertheless are money for trout. Read the list in full here. The post “Cheat” Flies for Trout appeared first on MidCurrent.

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Nymphing in Off-Color Water

Tim Linehan, of Linehan Outfitting Co., recently wrote this piece for the Orvis blog about nymphing in off-color water. It’s a good primer as we get into the swing of spring across most of the country. Read the story here. The post Nymphing in Off-Color Water appeared first on MidCurrent.

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North Platte River Headwaters

Mention the North Platte, and most folks think of the Miracle Mile and Gray Reef sections in Wyoming, famous for their enormous trout. But the headwaters of the North Platte, on the Colorado-Wyoming border, are among some of the best trout fisheries in the country. In this story by Jonathan Lee ...

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Gear: Costa Launches PRO Sunglasses

Costa has a devoted following in the fly fishing world, and for good reason – they make a great product. While I don’t own a pair of Costas myself, I’ve borrowed a few from friends when my go-to shades were left behind. I’ve always loved them, and I’m really excited to try out their new PRO ...

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Gear Review: Range Fly Reels

Over the past few years, it’s been fun to watch the rise of Walton Rods, a small company building good sticks at fair prices. Their rods have evolved exceptionally well since the first batch I fished five or six years ago, and they recently branched out into making reels. Their first reel – the ...

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The Good Old Days Are Back

I’ve always taken stories from old-timers about the good ol’ days with a grain of salt. After all, the fishing wasn’t ever that good, was it? Well, maybe it was – and it still is, in some places. Louis Cahill certainly thinks so, and you can read all about why he thinks the good old days are back ...

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Essay: Red Dirt Revival

This fantastic story by Nick Basaraba in The Flyfish Journal is a spectacular commentary on the value of fishing buddies. It’s also a great story of perseverance, of patience, and of the unflappable humor anglers seem to find in even the darkest of times. Read it in full here. The post Essay: Red ...

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Gear Review: Orvis Bug Out Backpack

Orvis recently announced their new Bug Out Backpack, which will be released later this month. This pack is one of the best I’ve ever used. I had the chance to review it in-depth for Hatch Magazine Read the review in full here. The post Gear Review: Orvis Bug Out Backpack appeared first on ...

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Tying Tuesday: Space X Nymph

Today’s Tying Tuesday comes to us from Devin Olson, of Tactical Fly Fisher. Devin is one of the best anglers I’ve ever met, and a great tier. The Space X nymph is one of his own creations that he uses in competitive fly fishing across the globe. The post Tying Tuesday: Space X Nymph appeared ...

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Column: Fishing with Kids

Domenick Swentosky hit another home run over at Troutbitten with his latest story about how to fly fish with your young kids. As usual, the story is full of poignant observations, humor, and wit. Give it a read in full here. The post Column: Fishing with Kids appeared first on MidCurrent.

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