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Complete Guide to Tenkara Fishing

Paul Gaskell has put together an amazing comprehensive resource for all you need to know about Tenkara. From the basics of gear and choosing the perfect fly, to casting and the history of the technique, learn more via Discover Tenkara.

Video Hatch: “Oliver White Is In Pursuit Of...”

Oliver White is known for his fly fishing adventures across the world. “But to him, not even the most coveted corners on the planet measure up to family time.” Via Yeti.

Podcast Episode: Yvon Chouinard on Belonging to Nature

In this podcast episode, guest Yvon Chouinard joins host of the Meateater podcast, Steven Rinella, in a conversation ranging from tenkara and fishing with one fly, to conservation and karma. Listen here.

Patagonia Announces New Swiftcurrent Line of Waders

Patagonia has announced a new line of waders. The Swiftcurrent Waders are “lighter, stronger, and intelligently designed for active anglers.”

Video Hatch: “Chars of Kangia”

This film features the adventures of one week in Greenland on the Kangia River. Via Northern Stories.

Low Water Fishing Tactics

At this time of year, flows tend to run lower in rivers and streams. In this article, Ryan Scavo writes about key tactics for targeting fish in low water conditions. Read more via The Wade.

Tips to Improve Your Roll Cast

A roll cast is often the first cast beginning anglers learn. However, it is far from easy to master. In this article, Kent Klewein outlines four great tips to help anglers of all skill levels improve their roll casting technique. Via Gink & Gasoline.

Video Hatch: “Fly Tying Tips: Marabou”

From fixing bad marabou to palmering, tying in tails to choosing the right kind, learn about all things marabou in this instructional video from Fly Fishing the Ozarks.

Deep Water Cay Shutters Operations

Deep Water Cay has announced it will cease operations due to after effects of Hurricane Dorian. "With no idea when power will be restored to East End, and no structures that can be connected on the island, no housing, offices, functioning water or sewage treatment plants in place we have simply been forced by mother nature to close,” said Paul R Vahldiek...

Harmful Effects of Hatchery Programs

New research suggests hatchery salmon may be causing more harm than good to wild salmon populations. By introducing weaker genetics to the wild gene pool, the long-term genetic fitness of the population is affected, impacting its ability to survive and reproduce. “Fisheries managers are coming around to the idea that hatcheries, while providing fish to...