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Podcast Episode: Tom Rosenbauer, A Legacy in Fly Fishing

In this new episode, Tom Rosenbauer is the guest on the Fly Fishing Journeys podcast hosted by Rob Giannino. “I caught up with Tom at the Pleasanton Fly Fishing Show and we had a great conversation about the origins of Orvis, how the company grew over the years, some things the company is celebrated for and also some challenges they face in the future. We...

Podcast Episode: Tucker Malarkey Talks New Book “Stronghold”

In a recent episode of The Fly Fishing Consultant podcast, guest Tucker Malarkey joins host Rob Snowhite to talk about her new book, Stronghold. Malarkey “grew up fly fishing, studied Sovietology, and has traveled to Russia numerous times. Stronghold is her first major work of non-fiction. Rob and Tucker discuss her cousin Guido Rahr and why she...

Russell Chatham Passes

Famed landscape artist, angler, and writer Russell Chatham died Sunday, November 10, in California.  The San Francisco Chronicle published this about the artist, noting: "For the past few years he had been living in Point Reyes Station. He was painting and fishing and at work on a memoir about fishing on San Francisco Bay titled 'Tide, Wind and Fog.'"...

Podcast Episode: Russ Lumpkin on The Itinerant Angler Podcast

Russ Lumpkin is the first guest of the newest season of The Itinerant Angler Podcast. Listen to a great conversation on writing in the fly fishing and sporting world. “Russ Lumpkin has filled almost every role in magazines there is to fill. Over a twenty-plus year career, he worked his way into the editor’s chair of the longest-lasting and arguably most...

Podcast Episode: Fishpond’s Johnny Le Coq on The Barbless Podcast

In this episode of the Barbless Podcast, hosts Chad Alderson and Nick Hanna “sit down with Fishpond CEO Johnny Le Coq to talk about his background in photography, his product design process and a whole lot more.” Listen here.

Video Hatch: “Poetry in Motion”

This teaser features an upcoming film that highlights the inspirational story of Maxine McCormick. “The story will follow Maxine as she started fly casting at nine years old, then after being taken under the wing of casting coach Chris Korich, went on to become a world fly casting champion at 12 years old then repeated the feet again two years later at 1...

Production Completed on New Biographical Film "Lee Wulff: A Remarkable Life"

The Wulff Projects has completed production on a film biography of Lee Wulff, which is hosted and narrated by Peter Coyote and produced by Jeffrey Pill.  The film is titled "Lee Wulff: A Remarkable Life."  As we noted when the film was first announced three years ago, the producers acquired the rights to Lee Wulff’s original films that he produced...

Podcast Episode: Marshall Cutchin on The Barbless Fly Fishing Podcast

MidCurrent’s own editor and publisher Marshall Cutchin sits down with The Barbless Fly Fishing Podcast to discuss his personal history, early days of the publication, trends in the industry and more.

Fishing Gierach’s Saint Vrain

In this essay, Louis Cahill writes about spending time with John Gierach on his homewaters in Colorado. “I remember reading, “Trout are among those creatures who are one hell of a lot prettier than they need to be. They can get you wondering about the hidden workings of reality.” That observation is true, but it’s also a hint at what John is really...

Podcast Episode: Ben Bulis on The Articulate Fly

In this episode of The Articulate Fly, Ben Bulis, president of the American Fly Fishing Trade Association is the guest. “We cover it all from his passion for saltwater fishing, to AFFTA’s industry outreach to everything you need to know for IFTD 2019.” Listen here.