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  • Wet Fly Techniques for Big Trout

    Davy Wotton has caught a lot of big trout in the past 30 years and wet fly fishing in the traditional style is one of the biggest reasons for his success. Listen and find out about Davy's techniques and how to master them.

  • Tying Nymphs

    Charlie Craven is a top-selling signature fly designer for Umpqua Feather Merchants. He's also a great teacher so if you want to learn a bunch of great fly tying techniques join us for an in-depth study of tying nymphs.

  • Colorado's Roaring Fork River

    Tim Heng has fished the Roaring Fork River in Colorado for 30 years. Learn all about fly fishing the Roaring Fork and the secrets of hooking up with the lunkers that call it home..

  • Top Ten Smallmouth Bass Flies and How to Fish Them

    Brad Miller has fished smallmouth for over thirty years on some of the most hallowed waters in the Midwest and Canada. If you want to catch more smallmouth listen in as Brad goes through the top ten flies that have been written about, tested and voted upon by guides, experts and everyday anglers. He'll tell you what they are and how to fish them.

  • Fishing Baja's Sea Of Cortez

    Jay Murakoshi has spent over 40 years developing his expertise in fishing for dorado, roosterfish, jacks and tuna in Baja's Sea of Cortez. Listen to this podcast learn his secrets about hooking up with these exciting fish.

  • Strip-Set: Fly-Fishing Techniques, Tactics and Patterns for Streamers

    George Daniel a professional guide and competitive fly fisher will take you on an exciting journey with streamers. He'll explain how to read the water, trout behavior, equipment, casting and night fishing as well as discuss some of the best streamer patterns being used today.

  • Giant Trevally on the Fly

    Peter McLeod is the first person to write a comprehensive guide on fly fishing for giant trevally or “GT”. Catching one of these fish is the pinnacle of flats fishing. Join us as Peter leads us on a quest for this brutal apex predator.

  • Rangeley Lakes Region of Maine

    Bob Romano is an author and fishing camp owner in the Rangeley Lakes region of Maine. Bob loves to examine why we fish while using the rivers, lakes, and streams of Maine’s Great North Woods as his literary canvas. Join us to learn about the places to fish, how to fish them and a bit of history about this historic fishing region.

  • Addicted To The Rise

    Nate Brumley has never sunk a nymph or fished a streamer. He has over 50 years’ experience fishing a dry fly exclusively. If you want to learn about fishing dry flies and tying them join us and help pick his brain. I'm sure there are many secrets to be uncovered.

  • Salmonfly Hatch On The Madison

    Bob Jacklin knows about the salmon fly hatch on the Madison, he's been fishing it for 37 years. Don't miss this chance to find out how and when to fish this exciting hatch. Join us on Bob's informative podcast.

  • 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?

  • Top Saltwater Flies

    Drew Chicone is one of the top saltwater fly tiers today. His innovative patterns and variations on old favorites catch fish and that's what it's all about. In his recent three volume set of fly tying books, Top Saltwater Flies, Drew provides his top patterns for bonefish, permit and tarpon. Join us to learn how Drew comes up with his designs and his specific techniques in tying flies that catch fish in the salt.

  • The onWater App - New Technology for Fly Fishers

    Scott Carver, Co-Founder and CEO of onWater, will be introducing us to their state-of-the-art software that locates river access points, boat ramps, camping, parking, and know the distance between them. Plus current river flows and weather, everything you need including stream access laws and public land overlays which help you plan where to fish and eliminate the worry that you may be on private property. There's even more so join us and learn how this application can help make your fishing more enjoyable and keep you out of trouble.

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

    • What is the onWater app?
    • What is your mission?
    • Does the onWater app work when there is no cell service?
    • Can you download river maps?
    • Can you find information on rivers, streams and lakes?
    • How is the information kept up to date?
    • Can you find put-ins, takeouts and campgrounds?
    • Does it show private property boundaries?
    • Is the river flow data real-time?
    • Can you record your personal favorite places?
    • How does it handle fishing reports?
    • Can it be used on both desktop computers and phones?
    • What are the goals for onWater in the coming years?

  • Fly Fishing The Island of Hokkaido, Japan

    Rick Wallace is a well-traveled Australian fly fisher who lived and fished the island of Hokkaido, Japan extensively for four years. Unknown to many fly fishers taimen, rainbow trout, char and salmon are all prime targets on the island of Hokkaido. Taimen can get as large as one meter! Listen in to learn more about this fishery and find out where, when and how to fish this northernmost island in Japan.

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

    • What fly fishing opportunities are there on the island?
    • Where is the best place to stay on Hokkaido?
    • What is the best time of year to fish on the island?
    • Is the taimen found on Hokkaido similar to those in Mongolia?
    • What is the best way to fish for taimen?
    • What flies do you use for taimen?
    • Where do you fish for rainbows and char?
    • When is the best time to fish for salmon?

    To hire local Japanese guides for fishing on Hokkaido visit Trout & King.

  • Kamchatka - Trout Fishing's Next Frontier

    Rene Limeres a professional guide takes you to Kamchatka where there are still more fish than people. It may be the next and last frontier for fly fishers seeking huge trout and salmon. Join Rene and discover what it takes to land the big ones in Russia.




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