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Ask About Fly Fishing - Internet Radio brings together The Experts on fly fishing to tell you in their own words the secrets to their success in both Freshwater and Saltwater.

Covering fish from Trout to Tarpon, from tying flies to casting them - you'll find it all right here on Ask About Fly Fishing - the best fly fishing podcast for learning more about fly fishing.

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  • Photography - How to Capture What You See

    Carol's photographs and paintings have not only appeared in most of her husband Skip's 21 fly-fishing and -tying books, but also on the covers and interior pages of such magazines and books as Grey's Sporting Journal, Fly Fisherman, Yale Angler's Journal, American Angler, Fly Fishing & Tying Journal, and America's Favorite Flies. Join us and learn how to take better photographs of the beautiful places you fish, your fishing buddies, fish and of course yourself.

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

    • What don't my photos turn out the way I see them?
    • What do you recommend for pocket-sized, waterproof, point and shoot camera?
    • Can you take good photos with your phone?
    • What do you do to protect your camera from water?
    • Do you use polarizing or warming filters?
    • How to keep from stressing out the fish?
    • How can you get a good photo of your fish when you are alone?
    • What makes a compelling photograph?
    • What time of day makes for the best photographs?
    • What is the rule of thirds and how can it make my photos better?
    • How can I improve the photos I'm taking?

  • Fly Fishing Small Streams

    Tom Rosenbauer has mastered the strategies and techniques necessary to be productive on small streams. Listen in to learn his secrets.

  • The Feather Thief

    Kirk Johnson is the author of the true-crime adventure “The Feather Thief”. Intrigued by the theft of hundreds of rare bird specimens from the Tring museum in England, Kirk journeys into the underground world of fanatical fly tiers and plume peddlers looking for the truth behind why the theft took place and what happened to all the birds that were stolen. Join us and hear the story that has drawn so many readers to this great book.

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

    • How did the heist go down?
    • Who was Alfred Russel Wallace and what did he have to do with the heist?
    • How did Edwin Rist get involved tying classic salmon flies?
    • What was the value of the stolen birds?
    • How were the stolen birds and feathers sold?
    • Were the buyers of the stolen goods complicit?
    • Did Rist have an accomplice?
    • Was the heist planned?
    • How did the judge rule when Rist when to court?
    • Did Rist show any remorse about what he had done?
    • Were the stolen birds ever recovered?

  • Instinctive Fly Fishing

    Taylor Streit has been guiding fly fishers for over 40 years. After watching thousands of clients catch trout over the years he knows what works and what doesn't work. Join us to learn Taylor's secrets to hooking up and landing more trout.

  • 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.

  • Do Your Fly Rod, Flies and Techniques Travel Well?

    Whether to a faraway famous location or a new stream in a nearby watershed, traveling is a common theme in fly fishing. During this podcast, Tim Cammisa of “Trout and Feather” shares some methods that have helped him be successful from his home state of Pennsylvania to recent destinations including Iceland, Wyoming, and more.

  • Smallmouth Bass with a Big Bite!

    Randy Ratliff's home waters are in Eastern Tennessee and he's fished these waters most of his life. An Orvis endorsed professional guide Randy knows what it takes to get smallmouth bass on the fly. Listen in and learn Randy's secrets for hooking up with the smallies with a big bite.

  • Fly Fishing For Trophy Trout In New Zealand

    Mike McClelland has been fly fishing and hosting trips to New Zealand for over 16 years. Listen to Mike share the challenges and successes of landing nine-pound browns in 20 foot wide streams.

  • Fly Fishing the Colorado River at Lee's Ferry

    Wendy Gunn, a professoinal guide on the Colorado River, introduces you to fly fishing Lee's Ferry. This tailwater, just below Glenn Canyon Dam and at the start of the Grand Canyon, is one of the most beautiful places on earth to fish. Learn Wendy's secrets to catching the trophy trout that make this place their home.

  • Fly Fishing the Olympic Peninsula

    Doug Rose, a professional guide in the famed Olympic Peninsula of Washington, takes us through the area from the rainforest and oyster country to the coast and backcountry. Chinook, chum, coho, pink and sockeye salmon are all available along with winter and summer steelhead, resident rainbows, coastal cutthroat and native char. It's like fly fishing heaven! Join us to learn where, how and when to fish this beautiful world-class fishery.

  • Saltwater Fly Design Techniques

    Bob Popovics is well known among salt water fly tiers to say the least and his designs are not only innovative but effective. The process of fly creation is a living, organic one and not a mechanical one for Bob, he doesn’t tie so much as he creates. If you’re looking for some tips on tying some great salt water patterns join us as we try to unravel Bob’s brain and get to the bottom of great fly creation.

  • 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.

  • Women Who Fish

    Steve Kantner's book Fifty Women Who Fish is a collection of interviews with women who love to fish. Women are the fastest growing demographic in fly fishing and understanding their interest and joy of fishing is important to the industry. Join us on this podcast and learn why many of these women have made fly fishing an important part of their personal and professional life.

    If you'd like to purchase Fifty Women Who Fish go to www.whywomenfish.com (not available on Amazon or Barnes & Noble).

  • Cruising for Carp

    Paul Rose was sight fishing for tailing carp before it was “hip”. He's tackled all the challenges associated with these freshwater bonefish and considers these explorations with his clients the basis for their saltwater training school. Listen in to learn about fly fishing for carp - something you can do almost anywhere in the world.

  • Snake River Fly Fishing

    Boots Allen, a third generation Jackson Wyoming fly fishing guide, shares his secrets on fishing the Snake River. Locations, flies and techniques are all covered in this in-depth interview.




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