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  • Fly Fishing Tactics & Fly Designs for Henry's Fork Toughest Trout

    Rene Harrop has fished the Henry's Fork for 56 years. His experience is unmatched on this challenging spring creek. Join us and learn about the fish, insects and fly fishing techniques for this incredible fishery.

  • 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?

  • Snook On A Fly

    Norm Zeigler an internationally known author and journalist literally wrote the book on snook. Norm has spent the last 18 years chasing and catching this elusive gamefish. Listen it to hear Norm share his secrets on snook.

  • Fly Fishing the Upper Columbia River

    Steven calls the Upper Columbia River his home waters where rainbow trout are known to reach 25 pounds. He’s been guiding there for many years and has found that many of the trout love to eat soft-hackle & hairwing wetflies, swung and dangled. Join us to learn about this incredible fishery and Steven’s unique approaches to fishing it.

  • New York City Fly Fishing - Only a Cab Ride Away

    New York City area is one of the most densely populated areas in the country. However, if one were to take a map, a pencil compass and make a 90 mile circle around New York City there are hundreds of high quality fly fishing streams within this area. Join us as we take a tour of some great fisheries in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania all within a short drive of the 'Big Apple'.

  • 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.

  • Fly Fishing Soft-Hackles

    Allen McGee specializes in both traditional and progressive soft-hackle flies and fly fishing methods. He pushes the boundaries of these wet flies and knows how to get the most out of this often ignored fly fishing method. Join us and learn how to use the soft-hackle method of fishing to catch more fish.

  • Mammoth Lakes Fly Fishing

    Chris Leonard has been guiding and teaching fly fishing in the Mammoth Lakes, California area since 2005. Mammoth Lakes is well known for its ski area but it also hosts some great fisheries. Hot Creek, the Owens River, the San Joaquin River, Rock Creek, Rush Creek and Crowley Lake are some of Chris's favorites. Listen in and learn about these eastern Sierra fisheries and how to best fish these waters.

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

    • When is the best time of year to fish the Mammoth Lakes rivers, creeks and lakes?
    • What is the difference between fishing the Upper and Lower Owens River?
    • What river has Golden Trout in it?
    • What makes Hot Creek so special?
    • Is Tenkara a good system to use on these fisheries?
    • What river is known for its hopper fishing?
    • What river can you get a grand slam on?
    • What's the best way to find fish in Crowley Lake?
    • Can you fish Crowley Lake from a float tube?
    • What flies work best on these waters?

  • Tailwaters of the Uncompahgre River

    Matt McCannel, a professional guide, introduces us to the tailwaters of the Uncompahgre River (Paco). On the western slope of the Colorado Rockies, this tailwater yields incredible trophy browns and rainbow. Browns exceeding the 20-pound mark lurk in the shadows of boulders and stumps. Join us as Matt guides us down the river and shares his secrets to catching these monster fish.

    Questions asked and answered during the interview:

    • What's the best time of year to catch the trophy browns and rainbows?
    • How do you find the trophy fish?
    • What type of water do they inhabit?
    • Do they attack streamers?
    • What do they eat?
    • What are the top three fly patterns that attract the big fish?
    • Does Euro nymphing work for these fish?
    • How accurate does your presentation have to be to get good takes?

    Check out this video: Matt McCannel Sight Fishing Paco's Trophy Trout

  • Music City Fly Girls

    Susan Thrasher is a professional guide and instructor in East Tennessee. She co-founded The Music City Fly Girls a “no drama” fly fishing club which is a bit different than most clubs you may have been part of. Join us to find out how they run their meetings, plan outings across North America and learn from their journeys. You just might get some great ideas for your club!

  • Fly Fishing Spring Creeks

    Mike Lawson was born and raised in southeastern Idaho and has fished the Henry's Fork, a classic spring creek, his whole life. Mike worked on his book, "Spring Creeks", for over 12 years producing a comprehensive work about fishing spring creeks and tailwaters. You'll enjoy hearing Mike share his knowledge about fishing spring creeks and tailwaters on this podcast.

  • Guide Flies

    Landon Mayer spends hundreds of hours each year on the water guiding his clients to trophy trout. He doesn't have time to tie complex time-consuming patterns so he ties simple easy-to-tie fly patterns that get the job done, day in and day out. Join us to learn about Landon's top patterns and how he fishes them to catch trout around the world.

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

    • What makes a great guide fly?
    • What's your thought process when designing your fly patterns?
    • What materials do you consistently try to incorporate into your patterns?
    • What suggestions do you have for paring down the number of flies you carry to the water?
    • Do you have a core set of guide flies that you use year-round or do you have different selections for the different seasons?
    • Do you have a secret pattern that is not in the book?
    • Do you think adding UV or hot spots to a fly makes a difference?
    • How do you prepare for your day on the water - rods, rigs, flies, presentations?
    • What are your favorite techniques for stillwater?
    • What methods do you use to get your flies to the right depth?
    • What fly do you think is deadly that is not a guide fly?
    • What do you do when a larger fish chases a smaller fish that you have hooked up?
    • What fly do you go to most often to catch fish?

  • Pike On The Fly

    Barry Reynolds knowledge of pike and musky is amazing. Listen in to this podcast as Barry covers your questions on fly fishing for pike and musky covering habitat, gear, flies and tactics - get ready for some explosive answers.

  • A Systematic Approach to Nymphing

    Duane Redford developed a systematic approach to nymphing so that as a guide he could hook his clients up with fish even in the most harsh and competitive environments. Learn his step-by-step methods for getting the most out of nymphing.

  • 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.




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