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A brand-new company in the fly fishing world has launched its first product - an innovative way to carry your net while fishing. Broder Fly Fishing's Net Clip combines mechanical and magnetic engineering to create a net clip the company says will keep the net securely out of your way until you have a fish on the line. A full press release from Broder is...
We recently launched a new feature column here at MidCurrent called the Gear Roundup. We'll publish these at least once a quarter to highlight new gear that's of interest to fly anglers and anyone who recreates outdoors. You can read the first installment of the Gear Roundup here.
The Orvis PRO lineup of gear is one of the most advanced and sophisticated currently on the market. Some of their stuff has made its way into my personal lineup of gear, and I'll personally vouch for it. As expected, Orvis announced the release of new products to expand their existing PRO lineup. You can read all about the new gear here.
The folks over at Field & Stream, who've made a name for themselves over the years with great gear reviews, put together this continually-updated page for new fly fishing accessories that debut in 2021. Take a look and see what new stuff has popped up lately - and what to keep an eye on during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Read the story here.
Buff - the company behind the original fishing-centric face and neck coverings - just released their new fall and winter products. You can view them here, or watch the video below for more details.
Earlier this year, we reviewed Sea Run Cases here at MidCurrent. They impressed us with their build quality, functionality, and storage space. For next year, Sea Run has a bunch of new products out, which you can look through here.
Costa has been busy of late, updating their classic sunglasses and rolling out new ones. Below is a press release about their new Costa Clear lenses. Since 1983, Costa Sunglasses has built a reputation for creating the highest quality, best-performing sunglasses for anglers and outdoor enthusiasts – but Costa knows that not every adventure takes place in...
Loon isn't letting up on the gas for releasing new, exciting products for this year's fall 2021 collection. Their latest addition is a new Ergo Quick Release tool, designed to allow you to release fish without ever touching them. In today's world of conscientious fish handling behavior, a tool like this is pretty useful. You can learn more about it here.
Grundens, one of the world's leading fly fishing apparel and gear companies, has recently released new products for Fall 2021. Among them are an expanded lineup of GORE-TEX products, along with footwear and outerwear. You can view the fall collection here.
High on the Fly, a lifestyle fly fishing brand based out of Utah, has recently released newly designed mugs, just in time for the fall 2021 season. The mugs feature original artwork by Stacey Weaver, and are some of the nicest looking fly fishing accessories I've seen. View the entire collection here.