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  • 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.

  • Single-Handed Fly Casting - A Modular Approach

    Jason Borger knows fly casting he was almost born with a fly rod in his hand. Through slow motion video he's broken down the elements of making the perfect cast and uses it teach others. Join us and find out about Jason's modular approach to learning fly casting.

  • Monster Muskies

    Kip Vieth, a professional guide in Minnesota and winner of the 2017 Orvis Guide of the Year, loves fly fishing for Muskies. Muskies are finicky, to say the least. Known as the fish of ten thousand casts you can bet you'll have to work for yours. Kip will help us all learn more about Muskies including where they live, what they eat, what triggers them to bite, how to rig your terminal tackle for success, presentation strategies, and of course how to close the deal. Join us to learn Kip's secrets to success!

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

    • Are muskies really the fish of 10,000 casts?
    • What are the strength and weaknesses of fly fishing versus conventional fishing?
    • What makes a rod a good muskie fly rod?
    • What type of line do you use and what is your terminal tackle setup?
    • What are the advantages of articulated flies?
    • Do you need high flies for muskies?
    • How do the primary lies change for muskies from summer to fall?
    • If you get a follow but no bite what changes do you make?
    • Do the moon phases affect the musky bite?
    • Is sight fishing an effective method for muskies?
    • When is the best time of day to target muskies?

  • California Corbina on the Fly

    Al Quattrocchi has been fly fishing for corbina on the southern shores of California for many years. He's obsessed with the fish and the challenge to catch them. Some say it's one of the hardest fish to catch on the fly, even harder than permit. Join us and learn about this incredible fish and how to hook up with them on the fly.

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

    • How were you first introduced to corbina?
    • What are the history, characteristics, and size?
    • Where are corbina found?
    • When is the best time of year to target them?
    • What type of habitat do corbina prefer?
    • What is their behavior like?
    • What do corbina eat?
    • What signs do you look for to find them?
    • What weight fly rod do you use?
    • Do you use floating, intermediate or sinking lines?
    • What flies work best for corbina?
    • Do you do more sight fishing or blind casting?
    • What is the best way to present your fly?
    • What are some of the mistakes fly fishers make when casting to corbina?
    • What's the best way to land and handle a corbina?

  • Fly Fishing the San Juan River

    John Tavenner a professional guide on the San Juan River in New Mexico knows every inch of this trophy producing tailwater. Listen in while he tells his secrets of fly fishing for big trout with little bugs.

  • Fly Fishing Wyoming's Grey Reef

    Ryan Anderson has been guiding for 17 years, 15 of those seasons were on the North Platte. A Casper native he knows Grey Reef better than just about anyone else. Listen in to hear how a real pro fishes this trophy class fishery.

  • Fly Fishing the Deschutes River

    Scott Richmond is an award-winning author of nine books on Oregon fly fishing. He’ll give us the guide’s tour of the Deschutes River and prepare you for an outstanding fly fishing adventure.

  • The Brown Trout-Atlantic Salmon Nexus

    Veteran author, guide, adventurist and chef; Matthew Supinski shares with us the brown trout/Atlantic salmon lineage and the two species remarkable adaptability and resilience. He highlights fly fishing tactics, fly patterns, artistic appreciation, and culinary/foraging opportunities. Join us on this podcast to learn about two of the world’s most intriguing, beautiful and noble fish.

  • The River of Monsters

    Chip Drozenski, has fished many of the great rivers in Argentina but one of his favorites is the Limay River better know as the River of Monsters. Join us to discover the secrets of this river where the average migratory browns and rainbows are 26 to 30 inches and trophies are 36 to 40 inches. These monsters can weigh 10 to 20 pounds and be caught in water less than 3 feet deep. This is one show you don't want to miss!

  • Stripers on the Massachusetts Coast

    Capt Dave Bitters guides us for striped bass on the Massachusetts coast. Learn the secrets of how to hook up with one of the most exciting East coast sport fish.

  • Ohio Women on the Fly

    Katie started fly fishing just five years ago. Her passion for the sport has been insatiable. Katie’s journey from newbie fly fisher, to local TU Chapter board member, to the founder of Ohio Women on the Fly and now a professional guide has been fast and furious. Join us to hear how Katie’s journey took place and the challenges she faced as a woman in the fly fishing industry.

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

    • How were you introduced to fly fishing?
    • Did you grow fishing?
    • Did you have any preconceived ideas about fly fishing?
    • Where did you get you first fly fishing gear?
    • How did you learn your fly fishing skills?
    • Did you have a mentor?
    • Did you join any groups or clubs?
    • How did Ohio Women on the Fly get started?
    • What type of events does your group sponsor?
    • What recommendations do you have for women thinking about trying fly fishing?
    • How did you get your job at Mad River Outfitters?
    • How did you learn how to guide?
    • Where do you guide?
    • What's next on your journey as a fly fisher?

  • Nymphing The New Way

    Jonathan White has fishing all over the world and has found the new methods of European nymphing to be one of the most effect fly fishing methods used. In this show Jonathan will dig deep into the French leader method and will talk about sight nymphing, short and long range indicator nymphing, dry fly presentations and fishing for grayling, carp and steelhead.

  • Fisheries Conservation Now And In The Future

    Dr. Peter Moyle was recognized by Fly Fisherman Magazine as the 2020 Conservationist of the Year for his lifetime of conservation work in California and in watersheds across the West. Peter's forward-thinking and get it done attitude has saved and restored fisheries across California including McCloud River, Putah Creek, the San Joaquin River and the Klamath River. Listen in to find out how Peter identifies and works through the issues associated with saving and restoring these fine fisheries.

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

    • How were you able to preserve the McCloud river for future generations?
    • How did you bring Putah Creek back to life?
    • What are the challenges now that Putah Creek has been restored?
    • What has been done to encourage Stripers and Salmon to run up the San Joaquin River?
    • What is the status of the Smelt in the Delta estuaries?
    • What key action was taken to preserve the Klamath River?
    • How can conservation groups attract younger members?
    • What problems do you face when dams come down?

  • Muskie on the Fly

    Muskie on the fly? You've got to be kidding! Robert Tomes isn't kidding at all in fact you'll learn exactly how to hook up with one of these aggressive predators on the show.
    Robert demystifies the Muskie and will tell you why fly fishing for Muskie might be an even better option than throwing big plugs at them.

  • How Many Menhaden Do We Really Need, and Why Fly Anglers Should Care?

    Beau Beasley an award-winning outdoor writer answers your questions on the importance of menhaden also known as bunker, pogie, and fatback to our coastal fisheries. These forage fish are eaten by almost every predator species in the sea and are threaten by over fishing. If you fish coastal river systems and saltwater coastlines from Texas to Maine, the fate of these crucial forage fish should matter to you.




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