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  • 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.

  • 500 Trout Streams

    What happens when a man who’s fly fished for over fifty years, who’s graduated with a university degree in English, who’s published 19 print-and-paper books on fly-fishing topics with three publishers, decides to spend three years writing his first book of essays about his beloved sport? Can you imagine? Join us to learn how Skip came to write his latest book 500 Trout Streams and hear a few of his favorite stories.

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

    • What was the first writing you got published?
    • Do you make notes about your fishing trips to use later in your writing?
    • Do you have a writing routine, if so what is it?
    • What prompted the writing of 500 Trout Streams?
    • What kind of research do you do and how long do you spend researching?
    • Is there still a market for long-form print pieces?
    • Did you really fish 500 trout streams?
    • What is your favorite book on fly fishing by another writer?
    • What authors do you look to for their writing skills and style?
    • Will you be writing more essays in the future?

  • Fly Fishing Central Wyoming

    Blake Jackson, a professional guide from Casper,  Wyoming, specializes in guiding his clients to Wyoming’s great fisheries, like the Miracle Mile, Grey Reef, Fremont Canyon, and local lakes. Whether it's trophy trout or spooky carp Blake knows where to go and how to get hooked up. Join us to learn about these incredible fisheries and how to fish them.

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

    • What are the four major sections of the North Platte River?
    • Is the area around Saratoga worth fishing?
    • How did the Miracle Mile get its name?
    • What spawn occurs on the Miracle Mile that brings up the big fish?
    • What flies work best on the Miracle Mile?
    • What section is fished most often in Fremont Canyon?
    • What epic dry fly hatch is Fremont Canyon known for?
    • What sections of Grey Reef are the most productive?
    • What flies work best on Grey Reef and why?
    • What strategies do you use to fish Grey Reef?
    • What is the most common mistake most fly fishers make when fishing Grey Reef?
    • Why has carp fishing in Wyoming exploded?
    • Where is the best place to fish for carp in Wyoming?

  • Sight Fishing for Trout Revisited

    Seeing trout is a learned skill and Landon Mayer has perfected it. Ed Engle thinks Landon maybe part osprey but I’m sure he’s got some heron in him too, either way, he can see fish and can teach you how to as well. Listen to this podcast and learn how to see more fish on your next trip.

  • Fly Fishing, Writing and Stories

    John Gierach has been writing about fly fishing for most of his life. He is the author of twenty-one books including Trout Bum, Sex, Death and Flyfishing, Standing in a River Waving a Stick and A Fly Rod of Your Own. Join us for a chat with John about his writing, inspiration and of course fly fishing.

  • Peacock Bass and Other Brazilian Treasures

    Jeff Currier has been at it again. Exploring exotic parts of the world in search of fly fishing treasures. Join us as Jeff talks about his travels to Brazil, Venezuela and Panama in search of peacock bass, piranha, arowana, jacunda and monster catfish.

  • Nautilus Reels – Striving for Excellence

    Kristen Mustad, the owner of Nautilus Reels, has brought his company to the forefront of the fly fishing industry. His innovations drive the market and stand out above the crowd. Listen in to hear how he built his company, designs and tests his reels and consistently strives for excellence.

    Questions asked and answered during the interview:

    • How did you get started in the fly fishing reel business?
    • What made you decide to reinvent the company?
    • How did you differentiate your self in the beginning days?
    • What were the biggest design breakthroughs you had?
    • What reel model do you consider the most versatile?
    • How do you test your reels?
    • Why do large arbor reels make more sense?
    • What qualifications do your people have that make the reels?
    • Where do you see Nautilus in the future of the industry?

  • Stalking Roosterfish on Baja's East Cape

    The Roosterfish is one of the most sought after trophies of the Mexican coast. It's beauty and elusivness make it a challenge you won't want to miss out on. Join Mike Rieser and find out what it takes to stalk and connect with one of this incredible fish.

  • Floating Alaska! Self-Guided Fishing Expeditions

    Don Crane has floated many western US and Canadian rivers but Alaska's have always been at the top his list. Short on cash? Self-guided fishing expeditions may be the way to go. Listen in to hear Don tell you everything you need to know about putting together a productive, inexpensive and organized trip to Alaska.

  • Fly Fishing Trout Lakes Part II: A Biologist's Point Of View

    Brian Chan is back for Part II of Fly Fishing Trout Lakes. We had so many questions for his intial show that we had to schedule a special extended edition to get through the questions. If you thought the first show was great wait until you see what we have in store for you in this one.

  • Randy Wayne White Tells All (maybe)

    Randy Wayne White is a New York Times bestselling author of forty-five novels. Randy was a light tackle fishing guide at Tarpon Bay Marina, Sanibel Island for 13-years, did more than 3,000 charters, and draws heavily on those experiences for his novels about marine biologist Doc Ford and his quirky pals at Dinkin's Bay. His series of novels about fishing guide Hannah Smith has also received critical acclaim. Join us to learn about Randy's writing career, how he started, where he gets ideas, what motivates him and of course they'll be a few humorous stories about his travels in the fishing world.

  • Dynamic Nymphing

    George Daniel, a competitive fly fisher has effectively used just about every nymphing technique there is. He's been to Europe and competed against some of the best European fly fishers in the game. He's observed, learned and applied the best techniques to his craft. Listen in to learn George's nymphing techniques and you'll be a better fly fisher for it.

  • Tips and Tricks That Will Make You A Better Fly Fisher

    Kirk Deeter answers those nagging questions you always wanted to know about fly fishing for trout including casting, presentation, bugs, reading water and more.

  • Strategies & Techniques for Stillwaters

    Denny Rickards has been studying trout behavior in stillwaters for over 40 years. He's always learning new things about the aquatic life forms that trout eat and then develops strategies and techniques he can use to mimic their activity. Join us on this podcast to hear about Denny's latest new findings which will help you to catch more fish in stillwaters.

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

    • What is the best time of day to fish stillwaters?
    • How do you change your tactics throughout the day?
    • Will you have more success if you fish from a kick boat or float tube than from shore?
    • Are depth finders useful?
    • Do you use UV materials in your flies?
    • What are the three most important design aspect of flies?
    • What type of line do you use and what types of tips do you use?
    • What development stage of insects gets more strikes larva, pupa or adults?
    • What is the best way to fish pupa?
    • How do you determine what depth the fish are at?
    • What is the most productive depth for getting strikes?
    • If a fish follows your fly will it strike on a follow-up cast?

  • 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.




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