This is for all you folks who love to float and fish. I’ve slowly and stupidly been refinishing a wooden dory that was given to me since last summer. I’ve never done anything like it before and am findingthat it … more
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If you’re new to the sport or have just gotten into fishing from a boat it never hurts to bone up on a few safety tips that while seemingly mundane could very easily help save you or your buddy’s life. … more
This week MidCurrent talks to Kyle Schaefer, partner in the new company Tidal Roots. Tidal Roots manufactures some of the most gorgeous wooden stand up paddle boards you’ve ever seen. The guys in charge over there also like to fly … more
This week on MidCurrent we chat with Dave Inks, inventor of a personal watercraft called the Waterstrider. Dave was born in Montana and started out in the fishing industry over 40 years ago. He helped start the Federation of Fly … more
Zac Kauffman of Sawyer Paddles and Oars explains their newest oar, called the Squaretop V-Lam. Besides being one of the prettiest oars I’ve ever seen it’s also incredibly rugged and rower-friendly. It’s described by Sawyer as, “a solid wood oar … more
If you’re the type of person that likes fishing from boats and doesn’t have the space to store a trailer, raft or drift boat but wants something rugged, river worthy and well designed, do yourself a favor and check out … more
I’ve struggled for years with how to go about setting up a rod holder on my fishing raft. I’ve built an handful, tried a few manufactured types, and sat around with friends trying to build one that would be low-profile, … more
Last year Hobie redesigned one of their most popular Mirage drive kayaks for fly anglers and conventional anglers alike and called it the Sport. Here fishing product manager Morgan Promnitz explains its wealth of features.
Fishing Product Manager Morgan Promnitz for Hobie shows off the Hobie Pro Angler 12 fishing kayak. This isn’t your granddad’s fishing kayak! Standard features like the foot pedal mirage drive, luxurious adjustable seating, dry storage, grip pads for casting, etc. … more
Outcast Sporting Gear’s 35-pound frameless personal watercraft took home top honors at this year’s International Fly Tackle Dealer show. Here Chris Callanan, Marketing Director for the company, explains why.