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  • Fishing Wet Flies, Old School Still Works

    Bill Edrington knows what works and one of those things is fly fishing with wet flies for trout. If you haven't been using wet flies this show will be very enlightening and may change the way you fish in the future.

  • Spring Creek Seduction

    Matt Supinski is the master of selectivity and even wrote a book on it so who else to lead us on a journey to understand how to fish spring creeks. Spring creeks will not only seduce you but test your skills at the highest level. Join us to learn Matt’s secrets to spring creeks.

  • Entomology for Stillwaters

    Rick Passek will tell you that knowing about the natural insects that the fish eat is the number one most important thing to learn to become a good fly fisher. Listen in to find out everything you wanted to know about the bugs that live in stillwaters.

  • Long Island's Fly Fishing Treasures

    Paul McCain guides out of his shop, River Bay Outfitters on Long Island. He fishes many types of water both fresh and salt and for many species of fish. Long Island has so much to offer it's difficult to know where to begin. Paul will guide us to some well known and not so well known places on Long Island and open your eyes to all that's possible. Join us and explore Long Island fly fishing.

    Questions asked and answered during the interview:

    • What are the prime areas for striped bass?
    • Where can you fish the flats on Long Island?
    • What is public access like for fishing the shoreline?
    • Where do you find the larger striped bass?
    • What are the four best flies for striped bass and bluefish?
    • Where can you fish for trout and bass at the same time?
    • What rivers are the best for trout fishing?
    • What are kettle and mill ponds?

     

  • Fly Fishing the Gunnison River

    Jason Booth has guided over 6,000 fly fishers down the Gunnison River over the past 23 years so he knows this river like the back of his hand, maybe better. Join us to learn about the secrets of the Gunnison River in Colorado - where to go and how to fish it.

  • The Driftless Area of Wisconsin

    Geri Meyer has been guiding the Driftless Area since 2006. She was fascinated by the 13,000 miles of Driftless trout creeks many of which flow through over 5 million acres of public land in Wisconsin. The last ice age left the Driftless Area with fractured limestone and sandstone. Water percolates through this rock into the ground and is filtered, cooled, and given an excellent PH level. The water then comes out as springs and seeps and gives us the incredible and abundant trout fishing there. Listen in to discover the secrets of this one of kind fishery.

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

    • Where is the Driftless Area?
    • Why is it called the Driftless Area?
    • What are most of the streams like?
    • What species are the primary targets?
    • Are the fish wild or stocked?
    • What are the major hatches?
    • What dry fly hatch is exciting to fish?
    • What sections of Grey Reef are the most productive?
    • What flies work best on these spring creeks?
    • What strategies do you use to fish these streams?
    • Is stealth important in your approach to these fish?
    • Do you do more dry fly fishing or nymphing?
    • What towns are the favored places to stay when fishing the Driftless Area?

  • 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.

  • Fly Fishing the Film

    Gary Borger covers the skills necessary for successfully fly fishing the film. Learn from Gary as he reveals the secrets of increasing your odds of hooking up at the surface.

  • Want To Be A Fly Fishing Guide?

    Zach Lazzari worked as a professional guide for 10 years in places like Colorado, Montana, Alaska and Patagonia. If you’ve always wanted to know about what it’s like to be a guide tune in to this show. Zach will give you the inside scoop on getting your first job, living like a guide, the great times you will have and the not so great time you may have.

  • Redfish On The Fly

    John Kumiski has fished for redfish for over 20 years and has guided them for the past 10 years. John has researched redfish in great detail and shares his secrets on catching the big ones.

  • Alaska's Other Fish

    There's more to Alaskan fly fishing than just salmon - Pudge shares her professional experience as a guide with other exciting species including trout, grayling, char and sheefish.

  • 500 Trout Streams

    What happens when a man who’s fly fished for over fifty years, who’s graduated with a university degree in English, who’s published 19 print-and-paper books on fly-fishing topics with three publishers, decides to spend three years writing his first book of essays about his beloved sport? Can you imagine? Join us to learn how Skip came to write his latest book 500 Trout Streams and hear a few of his favorite stories.

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

    • What was the first writing you got published?
    • Do you make notes about your fishing trips to use later in your writing?
    • Do you have a writing routine, if so what is it?
    • What prompted the writing of 500 Trout Streams?
    • What kind of research do you do and how long do you spend researching?
    • Is there still a market for long-form print pieces?
    • Did you really fish 500 trout streams?
    • What is your favorite book on fly fishing by another writer?
    • What authors do you look to for their writing skills and style?
    • Will you be writing more essays in the future?

  • The Delaware River Story

    Lee Hartman, a professional guide and conservationist, will take us on a journey through the natural and unnatural history of the Delaware River. Many consider the Delaware the best wild trout fishery east of the Mississippi but it hasn’t been easy to keep it that way. Learn why it’s so important to protect this coldwater fishery and look forward to Lee sharing a few tips along the way about how to be successful fishing this great river.

    • What species of fish are native to the Delaware River?
    • What part of the Delaware River is the best for trout fishing?
    • When is the best time to fish for shad?
    • When did the Delaware River become a true trout river?
    • Is it best to fish the river from a boat or wading?
    • Where do you find the brown trout most often?
    • What insect hatches can you expect on the river?
    • What is a "Delaware River Fox"?
    • What is being done to preserve the river as a world-class trout fishery?

  • Olympic National Forest Steelhead

    Lael, a professional guide in Washington, lives and breathes steelhead fishing in the Olympic National Forest. A steelhead catch is something that will change you as a person during and for sure after the fight, whether you win or lose the first battle. Join us to learn Lael’s secrets to success for steelhead!

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

    • What makes the Olympic National Forest so special?
    • What differences are there between wild and hatchery steelhead?
    • What is the best time of year to fish for steelhead?
    • What are the differences between the types of rivers in the area?
    • What are the differences between fishing with a single-handed rod and spey rod?
    • What type of line do you use and what types of tips do you use?
    • What are the ideal types of flies and what makes them stand out to the fish?
    • What method works best for steelhead nymphing or swing flies?
    • How is the take different between nymphs and streamers that you swing?
    • What do you recommend for clothing when fishing in the winter?
    • Do the moon phases and weather affect the steelhead bite?
    • What is the health and status of Olympic National Forest steelhead?

  • Fly Gear

    Gary Borger discusses the how, when, where and why to develop the ideal equipment selection strategy for your fly fishing. Whether it be rod action, flexion profile, reel characteristics or leader construction Gary has an opinion based on a lifetime of experience, listen in and hear what he has to say.




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