Entries by hunt.admin

Tippets: Interview with Hilary Hutcheson, Trout of Japan

Tippets: Interview with Hilary Hutcheson, Trout of Japan Hilary Hutcheson is a recent guest on the Anchored Podcast with April Vokey. Hutcheson talks about her childhood, climate change, and being a fishing mom. Listen here. In this recent piece, Daniel Galhardo writes about the trout of Japan: “There are two main types of trout that […]

Video Hatch: “How To Tie a Dropper”

Video Hatch: “How To Tie a Dropper” In the first episode of RIO’s third series of “How To” videos, Simon Gawesworth outlines why you would fish a dropper fly. “In addition, Simon shows 4 different ways of making a dropper – using a surgeon knot, a tippet ring, the “New Zealand” dropper and the swiveling […]

Loon’s Spirit of Giving Sweepstakes

Loon’s Spirit of Giving Sweepstakes To celebrate the holiday season, Loon has partnered with other brands in the Spirit of Giving sweepstakes. “We all know it’s better to give than receive. We’ve teamed up with some of our favorite brands to give away a couple HUGE prize packs worth over $3,000 and spread some holiday […]

Tippets: Wildfires and Watersheds, Pike Threaten Salmon on Columbia River, Idaho Steelhead Season Suspended

Tippets: Wildfires and Watersheds, Pike Threaten Salmon on Columbia River, Idaho Steelhead Season Suspended “Wild and native fish depend on healthy watersheds,” writes Chris Wood. And healthy watersheds depend on healthy forests. Read about the wildfires of the West and practical steps to fix what ails our forests, via Hatch Magazine. Northern pike, considered and […]

Hunting with an AR-15: 5 Reasons Why You Should Switch

Hunting with an AR-15: 5 Reasons Why You Should Switch Is the AR-15 a good rifle for hunting? Here’s the short answer: yes, it is. Depending on the game that you’re hunting and the specific ammunition that you are using, the AR-15 is a superb hunting rifle. Unfortunately, due to its very negative and controversial […]

Tippets: Fall 2018 Issue of Dun Magazine, Minding the Spawn

Tippets: Fall 2018 Issue of Dun Magazine, Minding the Spawn The Fall 2018 issue of Dun Magazine is now available in print, with some features also available to read online. This most recent issue highlights “Destinations,” including fly fishing in Canada, Labrador, and the Adirondacks. While anglers shouldn’t target spawning trout, “Should we fish for […]

Author Bob Romano to Attend The International Fly Tying Symposium

Author Bob Romano to Attend The International Fly Tying Symposium Author Bob Romano will attend the International Fly Tying Symposium to promote and sign copies of his new book, The River King. The International Fly Tying Symposium is set to be held November 17-18, 2018, in Parsippany, NJ. Read more in the press release below. The […]

Video Hatch: “True Facts: Carnivorous Dragonflies”

Video Hatch: “True Facts: Carnivorous Dragonflies” Learn about dragonflies and have fun doing it in this video with amusing narration and amazing footage. ———— The content for this post was sourced from www.MidCurrent.com View the Original Article

5 Simple Methods for Making a Fire in the Wild with Nothing

5 Simple Methods for Making a Fire in the Wild with Nothing The ability to make a fire in the wild with nothing is a crucial survival skill. Maybe you forgot to pack a lighter or matches. Perhaps you remembered to pack these fire starting items, but then someone in your camp lost the lighter […]

Wild Turkey & Wild Rice Bowl Recipe

Wild Turkey & Wild Rice Bowl Recipe The Elusive Wild Turkey For the past three years my buddy Jeremy and I have been trying to kill a wild turkey. Jeremy has sent me dozens of pictures of turkeys in and around his small farm in southern Minnesota. We have tried spring turkeys, we have tried […]