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Interview: Chico Fernandez on Cuba, Jazz, Fine Food and Fishing from Canoes

Marshall Cutchin:  When most people think of the pioneers of fly fishing, we think of people who started long before it had any "marketing" value. Chico Fernandez is one of those people. He began saltwater fly fishing in Cuba in the 1950s and then he moved to Miami and began developing many of the fly patterns and techniques and the ideas that made...

MidCurrent Announces New Editor

Andrew Steketee, the former managing editor of The Flyfish Journal, contributing editor for Angling Trade, and co-author of the two highly-acclaimed fly fishing books Castwork and Tideline, has been named the new editor of MidCurrent. In addition to his role as overall content planner and articles editor, Mr. Steketee will oversee daily news and new...

Tarpon: "Three Days in Key West"

FISHING GUIDES are fond of sayings, and here is one of their harsher assessments: "The angler is just a weak link between the guide and the fish." On a splendid May morning south of Key West, I am about to test the tensile strength of that maxim, tightly drawn, as it is, along the imaginary line between my guide and about seventy-five tarpon fresh in from...