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  • Fly Fishing for Leadership

    We know good leadership when we see it. Just as we know a good fly angler we meet on the river. It's not their age or equipment, or the flies stuck on their wader patch. It's the way they behave towards the river, the fish, the environment, their dog, and their fellow anglers. Can we learn fundamental leadership principles through fly fishing? Listen in and learn from Christian Bacasa how leadership and fly fishing can work together to help you in your pursuits.

  • Selectivity

    Matt Supinski a professional guide has fished for fussy trout, salmon and steelhead and knows how to approach and get them interested no matter what. Join us as Matt shares his secrets about fly fishing for selective fish.

  • Snook On The Hook

    Chico Fernandez has fly fished for over 40 years and has broken several world records, most notably, the largest redfish taken with a fly rod, at 42 pounds, 5 ounces (I.G.F.A. record on 12 pound test tippet). He was also one of the first to land a white marlin on a fly rod. His real passion; however, is snook. Listen to this podcast to find out Chico's secrets on fly fishing for these incredible game fish.

  • Sodium Free Stripers

    Henry Cowen has been pursuing striped bass for over 30 years in both salt water and fresh water. Join us to find out how Henry finds, hooks and lands these freshwater giants.

  • Stillwater Strategies

    Tim Lockhart has fished for over 30 years. Over those years he’s developed a practical system for productive fly fishing in stillwaters. Listen in to learn how to find the best lakes and prime water along with his best presentation strategies.

  • Catching Shadows

    Rich Strolis, a signature fly tyer for Montana Fly Company, designs and ties flies with a purpose. The toughest fish require a different approach and different flies. Listen in and learn about Rich's unique designs and how to fish them.

  • Instinctive Fly Fishing

    Taylor Streit has been guiding fly fishers for over 40 years. After watching thousands of clients catch trout over the years he knows what works and what doesn't work. Join us to learn Taylor's secrets to hooking up and landing more trout.

  • Cracked: The Ugly Truth About Dams

    Steven Hawley, an environmental journalist, has revealed the ugly truth about dams. The estimated 800,000 dams in the world can’t be blamed for destroying the Earth’s entire biological inheritance, but they play an outsized role in that destruction. What started as an arguably good government project has drifted oceans away from that original virtuous intent. Join us to learn about the effect dams have had on our planet and what the future of dams can be in our warming world.

    Just a few of the questions asked and answered during the interview:

    • You recently published "Cracked: The Future of Dams in a Hot, Chaotic World." What inspired you to write the book?
    • How do you see the role of dams evolving in the context of global climate change?
    • What are some innovative alternatives to dams for water management and power generation?
    • Can you share a story from the book that particularly moved or motivated you?
    • Detractors to dam removal cite the financial and environmental benefits of dams. Can you provide a counterpoint to these arguments?
    • How do you propose we balance the human need for water and power with the ecological necessity to maintain free-flowing rivers?
    • How do indigenous and local communities fit into the narrative around dams and their impact?
    • Can you talk about a specific dam removal project that you cover in the book and its outcomes?
    • Can you discuss specific examples where dam removal has led to noticeable improvements in fishing quality or fish biodiversity?
    • In some cases, a dam removal would destroy fisheries as we know them. What are your thoughts on those situations?
    • What are the most common misconceptions about dams?
    • Is it possible to remove a dam like the Glen Canyon Dam?
    • Are dams still being built in the United States?
    • How do you see the dialogue around dams changing in the next decade?

  • Williams Fork River - More Than A Buggy Place

    Chris Wells has been a full-time professional guide for more than 20 years. One of his favorite rivers to guide on is the Williams Fork in central Colorado which he calls one of the "buggiest places" he knows. Yellow sallies, caddis, midges, baetis, tricos, stoneflies and red quills are more than abundant and the trout feed like crazy on them. Join us to learn about the Williams Fork River, why it's so special for Chris and how to fish it for the best results.

  • Ruby River Grayling

    Donna McDonald a professional guide and native of Montana has been actively involved with the reintroduction of grayling into the Ruby River. Join us and learn about this great fishery and fish.

  • Hunting Musky With A Fly

    Rick Kustich caught his first musky around 1990 and has been lured by these apex predators every since. Join us to learn Rick's secrets to getting these fish of 10,000 casts hooked up on a fly. We'll cover equipment, flies and special techniques you won't want to miss.

  • Fly Fishing with Terrestrials

    Ed Shenk has been fishing for 80 years and has tied flies for 65 of those years. His homewater is the LeTort River where he developed and tested the LeTort Cricket, Flat Wing LeTort Hopper, Shenk Cress Bug, and Shenk Sculpin. He's a master of fly fishing terrestrials so be sure to listen in and take adavantage of a lifetime of experience.

  • Tactical Nymphing - Euro Style

    Devin Olsen, a medal winning member of Fly Fishing Team USA, shares the modern day nymphing techniques he and Lance Eagan use to catch fish in the European style. When competing on an international basis you have to be good and have to know how to adapt. Join us to find out how it's done.

  • Steelhead of the Dean River

    April Vokey, a professional guide and fly fishing instructor, has been pursuing the elusive steelhead most of her life. The Dean River in British Columbia is world renowned for having some of the strongest fish in the world. Listen in to hear how April fishes this great river for one of the most challenging fish the steelhead.

  • Wild Wipers on the Fly

    Matt Snider says fly fishing for wipers is like hooking up with a strong saltwater fish only you're in freshwater. Learn Matt's techniques for finding and hooking up with this exciting fish.




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