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  • Mastering Musky on the Fly

    Adam is obsessed with musky. He’s been fishing for musky for over 25 years and has caught musky in the United States and Canada. He’s also built a fly shop called Musky Town which is devoted to helping fly anglers catch more musky on the fly. Join us to learn Adam’s secrets to mastering musky on the fly.

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

    • How did you first get interested in musky?
    • Where in the world do you find musky?
    • What part of the year is best to fish for musky?
    • What are the ideal weather conditions?
    • What is their behavior like? Are they territorial?
    • What do you look for in a fly rod?
    • Do you use floating, intermediate or sinking lines?
    • What do you use for a bite guard?
    • What type of fly tying materials do you like to use?
    • Where do you look for musky?
    • Do you do more sight fishing or blind casting?
    • How do you read the behavior of a musky following your fly?
    • What's the best way to land and handle a musky?

  • Fly Fishing Glacier National Park

    Russ Schnieder has worked as a fishing, hiking and rafting guide in Glacier for more than 25 years. He will be sharing his intimate knowledge of this fly fisher’s paradise. Join us to learn about the park and how to enjoy all it offers to fly fishers.

  • Fly Fishing the Film

    Gary Borger covers the skills necessary for successfully fly fishing the film. Learn from Gary as he reveals the secrets of increasing your odds of hooking up at the surface.

  • 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?

  • Skeena River - Steelhead Dreams

    Gill Mckean has been guiding on the world-famous Skeena River for more than 25 years. He’s guided a client to massive steelhead estimated at 34 pounds and has personally landed many in the 30-pound range. Join us to learn from Gill about this incredible fishery and of course how to land that steelhead of a lifetime.

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

    • What is the best time of year to fish for steelhead?
    • Are there other streams and rivers to fish in the area?
    • What species are available besides steelhead?
    • What style of flies do you prefer?
    • Is the spey rod the most commonly used rod on the Skeena?
    • What type of line do you use and what types of tips do you use?
    • What's the difference between Skagit and Scandi heads?
    • What is the most productive depth for getting strikes?
    • What triggers the fish to strike?
    • What is the secret to hooking up with a trophy steelhead?

  • 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.

  • Tangling with Tarpon

    Those that have fished for the Tarpon say it's addicting. So if you dare join Tad Burke a professional guide in the Florida Keys and learn his secrets about hooking up with a Tarpon and staying hooked.

  • Tailwaters

    Aaron Jasper is known for finding and hooking up with big fish and what better place to do this than tailwaters. Most of the world's tailwaters can be fished any time of the year so listen in as Aaron shares his tips and tactics for fishing these super productive waters.

  • Golden Dorado in Bolivia

    Jeff Currier has been on another great adventure - this time in Bolivia for Golden Dorado. Dorado have voracious teeth and put up an incredible fight. Listen in to find out how Jeff did and whether he landed his trophy fish.

  • Trout, Salmon and Char

    Tom Boyd has traveled the world studying trout, salmon and char. He's tagged them, done DNA analysis, studied their habitat and range as well as individual characteristics. In his recent book Trout Salmon and Char he presents new findings, behavior patterns and proven tactics to catch more fish. Join us and pick Tom's brain about this new data he's collected so you can better understand these fish and catch more of them.

  • Stillwater Strategies

    Tim Lockhart has fished for over 30 years. Over those years he’s developed a practical system for productive fly fishing in stillwaters. Listen in to learn how to find the best lakes and prime water along with his best presentation strategies.

  • The Henry's Fork: A Half Century of Fly Fishing

    Doug Gibson, a professional guide in Idaho, has been guiding for over 40 years on the Henry's Fork. After over 4,000 trips under his belt, he knows this river better than most. The fish in the Henry's Fork are some of the toughest trout on the planet to catch but Doug knows the strategies and tactics to get them hooked up. Join us on this podcast and hear Doug’s expert advice on fly fishing the Henry's Fork.

  • Salmonflies & Golden Stones

    Skip Morris, author of seventeen books on fly fishing, will guide us through the biology and how to fish the salmonfly and golden stonefly. Where, when and how will be covered in depth so the next time you have the opportunity you'll be well prepared to catch more fish.

  • Fly Fishing with Terrestrials in the Rockies

    Richard Pilatzke loves bugs especailly those that drop out of sky, trees or weeds. Listen in and learn the best way to fish terrestrials in the Rocky Mountain region.

  • 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.




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