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  • Fly Gear

    Gary Borger discusses the how, when, where and why to develop the ideal equipment selection strategy for your fly fishing. Whether it be rod action, flexion profile, reel characteristics or leader construction Gary has an opinion based on a lifetime of experience, listen in and hear what he has to say.

  • Fly Fishing for Striped Bass

    Rich Murphy has been fly fishing for striped bass for more than 25 years and knows the northeast coast of the US like his backyard. Find out all of Rich’s secrets of catching and landing these exciting saltwater trophies.

  • Roosters in the Surf

    Mike Reiser shares his newly discovered fly fishing techniques in hooking and landing roosterfish in the surf. Consider this the advance course in stalking roosterfish that you won't find anywhere else.

  • Dorado On A Fly

    Tad Burke a professional guide in the Florida Keys introduces us to dorado on the fly. Listen in and learn his secrets about hooking up with these beautiful but elusive fish.

  • Sightfishing the Flats of the Indian River Lagoon

    Learn from Capt. Bob Jaspers the secrets of sightfishing the flats of Indian River Lagoon, Mosquito Lagoon and the Banana River's No-Motor-Zone. This area is the premier angling destination for big redfish, spotted sea-trout, and black drum - there's nothing more exciting than sightfishing in shallow water!

  • Designing Trout Flies

    Gary Borger literally wrote the book on designing trout flies so he knows his subject well. Gary's background as a biologist provides him with an approach to designing flies that few fly fishers can claim. Join Gary to find out what makes a fly a successful fly that can catch fish.

  • Brook Trout: Conservation & Fishing

    Bob Mallard is an authority on brook trout and contributes to many of the conservation efforts that are in place today. Brook trout are native to the Eastern United States and were an important gamefish for early anglers. Listen to this podcast to hear about the history, conservation efforts, fly fishing techniques and where to find brook trout today.

  • Fly Fishing with Terrestrials

    Ed Shenk has been fishing for 80 years and has tied flies for 65 of those years. His homewater is the LeTort River where he developed and tested the LeTort Cricket, Flat Wing LeTort Hopper, Shenk Cress Bug, and Shenk Sculpin. He's a master of fly fishing terrestrials so be sure to listen in and take adavantage of a lifetime of experience.

  • Fisheries Conservation Now And In The Future

    Dr. Peter Moyle was recognized by Fly Fisherman Magazine as the 2020 Conservationist of the Year for his lifetime of conservation work in California and in watersheds across the West. Peter's forward-thinking and get it done attitude has saved and restored fisheries across California including McCloud River, Putah Creek, the San Joaquin River and the Klamath River. Listen in to find out how Peter identifies and works through the issues associated with saving and restoring these fine fisheries.

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

    • How were you able to preserve the McCloud river for future generations?
    • How did you bring Putah Creek back to life?
    • What are the challenges now that Putah Creek has been restored?
    • What has been done to encourage Stripers and Salmon to run up the San Joaquin River?
    • What is the status of the Smelt in the Delta estuaries?
    • What key action was taken to preserve the Klamath River?
    • How can conservation groups attract younger members?
    • What problems do you face when dams come down?

  • Carp In The City

    Dave Maynard fishes for carp where ever he can find them and many times it's under freeway viaducts or with a backdrop of skyscrapers rather than mountains. Join us to learn how to catch these hard to catch fish.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Alaska's Other Fish

    There's more to Alaskan fly fishing than just salmon - Pudge shares her professional experience as a guide with other exciting species including trout, grayling, char and sheefish.

  • Tactical Nymphing - Euro Style - Part II

    Devin Olsen, a medal winning member of Fly Fishing Team USA, shares the modern day nymphing techniques he and Lance Eagan use to catch fish in the European style. When competing on an international basis you have to be good and have to know how to adapt. We had so many questions on Devin's first show that we going at it again. Join us to continue this great topic.

  • Using Fly Fishing to Help Stop Poverty & Human Trafficking

    Bucky is the Founder and Executive Director of Fly Fishing Collaborative. The collaborative has been mobilizing the fly fishing community since 2013 to create sustainable solutions to stop poverty & human trafficking around the world. This non-profit helps communities build environmentally safe and sustainable aquaponics farms for orphanages and schools preventing kids from entering human trafficking. Join us to learn how these farms are built and how you might help the cause. Visit the Fly Fishing Collaborative website to learn more about what they do and how you can help.

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

    • What is the mission of the Fly Fishing Collaborative?
    • What motivated you to start FFC?
    • What does FFC actually do?
    • Why did you use fly fishing as a means to your fundraising?
    • What are your methods of fundraising?
    • What is aquaponics farming?
    • Who builds the farms?
    • What foods are harvested from the farms?
    • How does building an aquaponics farm help stop poverty and human trafficking?
    • What authors do you look to for their writing skills and style?
    • How can the fly fishing community help your organization make difference?




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