Category Archives: History
Fly fishing pioneer and legendary casting instructor Lefty Kreh shares an anecdote from a adventure Down Under, chasing the hard-fighting Nuigini Black Bass on a fly. From The American Museum of Fly Fishing and Jay Cavallaro.
Much has changed in Key West from the early days of McGuane, Harrison, and Buffett. Yet legends live on as they always will, through stories. Recently, MidCurrent’s own Marshall Cutchin was featured in an interview on The Bonefish Flat, covering … more
This footage from an early-1900s Canadian Government Motion Picture Bureau film features Brigadier General Noel Money fishing the Stamp River for the “fightingest fish that swims.”
The American Museum of Fly Fishing launched their new Web site last week, and beyond a much-improved interface and design it does a better job of highlighting the museum’s exhibitions, permanent collections, educational resources, and upcoming activities.
Celebrating the life of Maine’s first guide, Cornelia “Fly Rod” Crosby, a new 35-mile heritage trail is proposed in recognition of a her enthusiasm for and contributions to the sport of fly fishing.