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  • Tying the Classic Salmon Fly

    Mike Radencich has been tying the classic salmon fly since 1990. These flies are the most beautiful of all fishing flies. They are truly cativating whether fished on big water or proudly framed and displayed. Listen to Mike share over 20 years's experience in both tying and photographing these exquisite flies.

  • Wet Flies

    Dave Hughes guides us through wet flies covering soft-Hackles, flymphs, winged wets and all-fur wet flies. Learn Dave's secrets to tying and fishing these misunderstood gems.

  • Fly Fishing for Monster Browns on Streamers

    Christy McReynolds knows how to hook up with monster brown trout on the fly. She’s a lifelong angler and has developed her skills on the South Holston and Watauga Rivers in East Tennessee, where she and her husband Jason run their guide service FlyingSoHo. Join us and learn her secrets to finding, hooking up, and landing these fish of a lifetime.

  • Hackle - Facts About Feathers

    Thomas Whiting, president and owner of Whiting Farms, Inc., producer of the finest fly tying feathers for the tyers of the world will share his knowlege about those wonderful feathers we use everyday. From raising chickens to the science behind genetic breeding to selecting the proper hackle to use on your flies - Tom will cover it all in great detail.

  • The Most Common Nymph Fishing Mistakes

    Rick Hafele has made many nymphing mistakes over the years and also watched others do the same. Sometimes knowing what not to do can make the difference as well. Join us to sort it all out and clean up your nymphing.

  • 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.

  • Fly Line Design and Application

    Jim Teeny, originator of the integrated sinking fly line, is always on the cutting edge of fly line design. Learn the differences between the lines and how to use them best to catch more fish.

  • Tenkara's Evolution

    Daniel Galhardo brought Tenkara fly fishing to North America and has introduced a new an exciting way to fly fish. Learn about the history and fishing in Japan that inspired him to create a company based on Tenkara. Daniel will also share how he started and built his business into the success it is today.

  • Adaptive Fly Fishing: Strategies for Diverse Water Types

    Lance Egan has had a passion for fly fishing for close to three decades. After representing Fly Fishing Team USA in 13 world championships this guy has experienced just about every fishing situation one might encounter. Listen in to hear how Lance breaks down a river into distinct water types including pools, riffles, runs, pocket water, glides, bank-side lies, and eddies and learn his methods for hooking up effectively in each water type.

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

    • How do you fight the wind and get nymphs down fast?
    • What are your 'go to' tactics for productive summer fishing?
    • When fishing a new river for the first time, what are the steps and observations you take to fish it?
    • How do you improve your hookups when using dry flies?
    • What water types are best fished using euro nymphing techniques?
    • What type of vest or pack do you prefer?
    • How do you rig up your net for each access?
    • What are the options for fishing riffles?
    • What is the best approach and presentation for fishing bank-side lies?

  • What Fly for What Bug?

    Peter Stitcher is an aquatic biologist who knows what flies work best to imitate the stage of insects in their lifecycle. Are you ever confused about what file to use when? Join us to learn about the lifecycles of the most common insects we encounter on rivers and lakes and how to pick the perfect fly for the job.

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

    • What are the three categories you use to describe flies?
    • What is more important size, color or shape?
    • Why are flies like the Red Dart and Blowtorch so effective?
    • How do you organize your fly boxes?
    • What is a life cycle and why is it important to understand?
    • What are the life cycles for mayflies, caddisflies, midges and stoneflies?
    • What stages of the life cycles are the most productive for fishing?
    • What flies work best to imitate the different stages?
    • What places do you look to see what insects are active?
    • How would you imitate daphnia?
    • Is fly selection just as important as drift depth and presentation?

  • Fly Fishing Colorado's South Platte River

    Pat Dorsey has guided on the South Platte for more than eleven years. He spends at least 200 days per year on the stream so he knows the water intimately. Join us on this podcast to learn everything you need to know about fly fishing one of the most challenging trout streams in the United States.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Stillwaters Simplified

    Tim Lockhart is a stillwater fly fishing junkie and stillwaters provide some of the best opportunities for big fish. If stillwaters have intimidated you in the past get ready for an awakening. Join us and learn about the critical lessons for catching more trout in lakes, ponds and reservoirs.

  • The Bighorn River – World’s Best Tailwater

    Steve Galletta has a passion for dry fishing and matching the hatch, that's what attracted him to the Bighorn River 10 years ago. A professional guide, Steve will share his secrets about one of the world's best tailwater rivers.




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