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  • Kootenai River- Big, Bold and Beautiful

    Dave Blackburn has been fishing and guiding the Kootenai River in Montana for over 25 years. If you want to know how to fish and where to fish on this great western trout river listen in and Dave will share his hard earned secrets.

  • Improving Your Casting Fundamentals to Catch More Fish

    Dusty Wissmath, a Federation of Fly Fishers Certified Casting Instructor, will explore the fundamentals of casting that are so important to catching more fish. Are you struggling with a castitng problem? Here's your chance to ask a question of one of the best casting instructors around.

  • A Passion for Tarpon

    Andy Mill has a passion for tarpon and has 11 tarpon tournament wins to show for it. If you want to learn how to hook up and land trophy tarpon you need to listen to this show.

  • Fly Fishing the Surf

    Lee Baermann has been fly fishing the surf for over 40 years. Lee guides us on California's southern coast finding beach structure, surf species, productive flies and fishing techniques. Join us and find out how get the best out of the surf.

  • Backpack Fly Fishing

    Dan Steere has moved towards a simpler easier to manage method of fly fishing. Let's face it you can't take all your gear on a backpacking trip and still have room for your food and tent. If you want to catch a wide variety of fish with simple, minimalist equipment that can fit into a daypack or backpack you'll want to listen to Dan's ideas and methods. Join us to see how you can get back to a simpler approach to fly fishing and enjoy it.

  • Pyramid Lake Cutthroats

    Denis Isbister travels the world in search of fish but Pyramid Lake is on his home turf. Join us on this show where Denis will talk about how to get the trophy Lahontan cutthroat trout on the fly, which call Pyramid Lake their home.

  • 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.

  • Tying & Fishing Deer Hair Flies

    Tim Jacobs uses many different materials to tie his flies but deer hair is his favorite. Whether it's trout or warmwater species deer hair flies can produce. Join us to learn about Tim's secrets to tying and fishing deer hair flies.

  • Fly Fishing - Art of War

    Chad Schiel treats his fishing with all the seriousness of going to war. He uses the term W.E.T. to describe his approach, which stands for Weather, Enemy, Terrain, and is actually a military intelligence term used in the Marines to collect and evaluate intelligence to prepare battlefield operations. To find out how this applies to your fly fishing you'll have to listen in to this show.

  • Conejos River Magic

    Jon Harp has guided fly fishers for over 17 years on the Conejos River in southern Colorado. Discover one of the last pristine, undeveloped river systems in the West and learn about the big wild brown and rainbow trout you can hook into.

  • 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 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.

  • Fly Fishing Streams for Smallmouth Bass

    Harry Murray has been fly fishing, guiding and teaching others about smallmouth bass most of his life. You'll find his practical approach to finding and hooking up with these exciting fish an enlightening experience. Listen in and learn his secrets.

  • Fly Tying Techniques You Can't Do Without

    Charlie Craven is one of the best fly tiers and fly tying instructors you'll run into. No matter how much you know or how long you've tied you'll be sure to learn a few more tips and techniques during this show.

  • Peacock Bass

    Barry Reynolds has recently returned from an exciting fly fishing adventure for peacock bass on the Rio Negro River in Brazil. Peacock bass are also found in the rivers and canals of Florida, Hawaii, Central America and other South American countries. Join Barry on this podcast to learn about fly fishing for these beautiful fish.




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