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Video: How to Tie John Barr’s Meat Whistle Streamer

Video: How to Tie John Barr’s Meat Whistle Streamer Tim Flagler demonstrates how to tie the venerable Meat Whistle streamer, a pattern authored by John Barr to replicate the effectiveness of the jig-and-pig lure that conventional-tackle bass anglers found so effective. “During my trip to Patagonia last year,” says Flagler, “the Meat Whistle and variations of it were […]

Tippets: Mapping Watersheds, Three Dry Dropper Rigs

Tippets: Mapping Watersheds, Three Dry Dropper Rigs Hungarian cartographer Robert Szucs combines his expertise in GIS with a passion for beautiful maps in a recent project displaying the world’s watersheds. “The streams are shown in the Strahler Stream Order Classification, which uses width to indicate the hierarchy of streams. Watersheds (a.k.a. drainage basins or catchment […]

Winston Rods Wins Two Best New Gear Awards

Winston Rods Wins Two Best New Gear Awards The R.L. Winston Rod Company has announced that both their new PURE and Saltwater AIR rods “have received Fly Fisherman Magazine’s Best New Gear awards in their respective categories.” Read more in the press release below. Winston Rods Wins Two Best New Gear Awards From Winston Rod Company: […]

Video Hatch: “Indiana Bones”

Video Hatch: “Indiana Bones” In this trailer for the new film from Todd Moen, Brian O’Keefe fly fishes Bahamian salt flats for bonefish. The post Video Hatch: “Indiana Bones” appeared first on MidCurrent. ———— The content for this post was sourced from www.MidCurrent.com View the Original Article

Tippets: Hemingway Fishes Wyoming, Maximize Time on the Water

Tippets: Hemingway Fishes Wyoming, Maximize Time on the Water In the February 1939 issue of Vogue magazine, an Ernest Hemingway essay about the wonders of Wyoming was published. In “The Clark’s Fork Valley, Wyoming,” Hemingway marvels “over those trout captured, cold nights and sunny days, talked of cabin-building, spying grizzly bears, hunting sheep, watching local […]

Join Loon Live February 7

Join Loon Live February 7 On this week’s Loon Live event, learn to tie three nymph patterns: The O Basic, Sizzla, and King Tubby Stone. “This week we’ll be featuring three nymphs that come together quickly and fish well. In other words, you’ll be able to maximize your time at the bench so when the […]

Meet the Artist: Lance Boen

Meet the Artist: Lance Boen Lance Boen in an artist based in Carmel Valley, California. He is known for his work creating leather fish sculptures and the surreal murals that are tooled and painted on the sculptures surface. You can meet Boen and view some of his sculptures at a Meet the Artist event, set […]

IGFA Launches New Website and Membership Structure

IGFA Launches New Website and Membership Structure The International Game Fish Association has announced the launch of a new website and membership structure, both of which “better reflects the future direction of the IGFA and a new membership structure that provides our members with an increased level of benefits,” said IGFA President Nehl Horton. Read […]

Tippets: Pacific Salmon Explorer Site, Wonders of Wedlands, New Conservation Measures Proposed for Striped Bass

Tippets: Pacific Salmon Explorer Site, Wonders of Wedlands, New Conservation Measures Proposed for Striped Bass The Salmon Watersheds Program of the Pacific Salmon Foundation has created a website, the Pacific Salmon Explorer Site, which is an interactive tool focusing on various factors affecting salmon and watershed health in British Columbia. Wetlands play an integral part […]

Video Hatch: “Three Runs”

Video Hatch: “Three Runs” This film, now available to view in its entirety, tells the story of three young fly fishers at different stages in their salmon fishing careers, “each discovering that all is not lost for the Atlantic salmon and enjoying the three different runs on the Ponoi that can, and are often, caught […]