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Marshall Cutchin

Marshall Cutchin is the editor and publisher of MidCurrent.

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Lefty: Fly Fishing's Moonshot Pilot

Fly fishing lost a legend on March 14. It also lost one its most amiable and effective spokesmen. In the decades after authoring his first book on tips and tricks for fly fishers, becoming the outdoors editor of the Baltimore Sun and the director of Miami’s Metropolitan Fishing Tournament, and beginning to teach his freewheeling style of extended-arm...

Podcast Interview: Ryan McDonald

MidCurrent publisher Marshall Cutchin interviews Ryan McDonald, co-founder of Finn Utility. See Finn Utility gear in the MidCurrent Store

Interview: Lee Spencer

Listen: Marshall Cutchin: Every spring for 14 years, Lee Spencer and his companion, a herding dog named Sis, camped next to a pool on the North Umpqua's Steamboat Creek. Their job for eight or nine months of the year was to protect several hundred wild summer steelhead. The fish had come up out of the Pacific Ocean to spawn in the pool. Over those seasons...

Interview: Greg French, Author

Marshall Cutchin: Greg French is one of Australia's best-known fishing authors. He spends most of his time in Australia and New Zealand but he's fished extensively in South America, North America, the British Isles, Iceland, Eastern Europe and Mongolia. French has spent most of his life in nature based employment. First as a wilderness guide, then as a park...

Production Begins on Films "Lee Wulff: A Remarkable Life" and "Joan Wulff: Pioneer Woman"

The Wulff Projects has begun production on a film biography of Lee Wulff and a separate film biography on Joan Wulff. In addition, The Wulff Projects has acquired the rights to Lee Wulff’s original films that he produced, directed, wrote and narrated during the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s. Currently the company is having all of the original elements of these...

Interview: Jamie Howard's New Film "Running the Coast"

Five years ago Jamie Howard set out to do something no one has done before.  He decided to follow a population of striped bass from the Chesapeake Bay on their migration northward.  His goal: document the culture of striped bass fishing, and along the way uncover both the lifecycle of the fish and something about their possible future as one of the...

RIO's John Harder on Leader and Tippet Technology

Late last year we interviewed John Harder, research and development manager for RIO Products.  We wanted answers to some nagging questions about leader and tippet materials, and John provided us with some detailed and revealing answers. MC: Can you offer a brief explanation of how monofilament, copolymer and fluorocarbon materials differ? JH: Monofilament...

"Entanglement Theory"

In 2015, science added further evidence for atomic entanglement, where two electrons separated by physical distance exhibit synchrony in state and behavior.  When one changes, the other does, even when, as in the case of the new research, they are almost a mile apart.  This adds to other mind-taxing theories of quantum research that suggest, for example...

Ross Releases Cimarron II Fly Reels

This week MidCurrent editor and publisher Marshall Cutchin discussed the surprise early arrival of Ross's new Cimarron II fly reel with the company team. The release continues more than three decades of commitment by the brand to moderately priced but high-performing reels. People: Bart Larmouth, sales manager, Ross Reels; Craig Baker, vice...