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Audrey Wilson Prepares for World Championship and Offers Five Tips to Make you a Better Caster

A member of the USA Casting Team, 38-year-old Audrey Wilson...

A Question of Rods: Is Old and Slow the Way to Go?

What would you say if you turned on the 2022 Winter...

Fly Casting: How to Avoid Tailing Loops

Tailing loops are the bane of both novice and experienced...

Fly Fishing for Corbina: "The Magic Window"

When the water level reaches the perfect depth, I call this...

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Smaller and Quieter May Be Better, Part IV: Smallmouth Bass

In the low, clear flows of summer rivers, smallmouth bass can turn difficult. This is especially true if the water is...

MidCurrent Interviews Live: Nathaniel Linville Talks Tarpon, Permit and Florida Keys Fishing

We talk to world record holder and all around expert saltwater fly fisher Nathaniel Linville about tarpon and permit...

MidCurrent Interviews Live: Devin Olsen De-Mystifies Euro Nymphing

Devin Olsen talks with MidCurrent publisher Marshall Cutchin and answers your questions about euro-nymphing and other...

Spring Bass Wake Up Early

It’s hard to jump the gun on a bass and panfish pond. Spring starts early in the ponds — even in Wamic, Oregon...

Photos: The Fish Are the Heroes

The classic big fish photo — a happy angler in a red shirt gripping a big, dripping trout and grinning at the camera...

"Chuggin’ The Moodah Poodah"

There are two schools of fly anglers: Those that believe in matching the hatch — and those that worship the weird and...

Bugling Elk and Uncommon Wisdom: Two Days at The School of Trout

John Juracek, former owner of Blue Ribbon Flies in West Yellowstone, Montana, could easily pass for an ex-Marine....

Drag-Free Presentations

Question: Sometimes my fly drifts are too short, and when my fly starts sliding across the current a trout won’t take...