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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.

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  • Steelhead on the Fly

    Dec was a professional steehead guide for 14 years, now he fly fishes just for fun. Listen in to hear Dec's secrets to hooking up with the steelhead of your dreams.

  • Tenkara for Big Fish

    Karin Miller has redefined tenkara fly fishing fusing traditonal tenkara methods with American know-how and ingenuity. She's chased and landed large, powerful species, all over the globe including tarpon, bonefish, permit, shark, barracuda, carp, sockeyes, silvers and chum salmon as well as plenty of trout all on her tenkara rods. Join us on this podcast to find out how you can use tenkara rods and methods for just about any species.

  • Top Saltwater Flies

    Drew Chicone is one of the top saltwater fly tiers today. His innovative patterns and variations on old favorites catch fish and that's what it's all about. In his recent three volume set of fly tying books, Top Saltwater Flies, Drew provides his top patterns for bonefish, permit and tarpon. Join us to learn how Drew comes up with his designs and his specific techniques in tying flies that catch fish in the salt.

  • The State of the Char

    Tom Boyd not only fly fishes he researches, takes DNA samples, tags and learns everything he can about the fish he targets. Join us to learn what he's learned about the char including arctic char, dolly varden, brook trout and bull trout both anadromous and landlocked fish.

  • Monster Muskies

    Kip Vieth, a professional guide in Minnesota and winner of the 2017 Orvis Guide of the Year, loves fly fishing for Muskies. Muskies are finicky, to say the least. Known as the fish of ten thousand casts you can bet you'll have to work for yours. Kip will help us all learn more about Muskies including where they live, what they eat, what triggers them to bite, how to rig your terminal tackle for success, presentation strategies, and of course how to close the deal. Join us to learn Kip's secrets to success!

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

    • Are muskies really the fish of 10,000 casts?
    • What are the strength and weaknesses of fly fishing versus conventional fishing?
    • What makes a rod a good muskie fly rod?
    • What type of line do you use and what is your terminal tackle setup?
    • What are the advantages of articulated flies?
    • Do you need high flies for muskies?
    • How do the primary lies change for muskies from summer to fall?
    • If you get a follow but no bite what changes do you make?
    • Do the moon phases affect the musky bite?
    • Is sight fishing an effective method for muskies?
    • When is the best time of day to target muskies?

  • Fly Fishing for Leadership

    We know good leadership when we see it. Just as we know a good fly angler we meet on the river. It's not their age or equipment, or the flies stuck on their wader patch. It's the way they behave towards the river, the fish, the environment, their dog, and their fellow anglers. Can we learn fundamental leadership principles through fly fishing? Listen in and learn from Christian Bacasa how leadership and fly fishing can work together to help you in your pursuits.

  • Fly Fishing - Art of War

    Chad Schiel treats his fishing with all the seriousness of going to war. He uses the term W.E.T. to describe his approach, which stands for Weather, Enemy, Terrain, and is actually a military intelligence term used in the Marines to collect and evaluate intelligence to prepare battlefield operations. To find out how this applies to your fly fishing you'll have to listen in to this show.

  • Trout Sense

    Jason Randall will share with us what trout see, hear and smell. The more you know about trout the more fish you'll catch. Listen in to learn more about what's going on under the water.

  • Pere Marquette River - Browns, Steelhead & Salmon

    Josh Mead, an Orvis Endorsed Fly Fishing Guide, has fished the famous rivers of Michigan since he was five years old. Learn about fly fishing the Pere Marquette River where huge Browns, Steelhead and Salmon make their home.

  • Hunting Musky With A Fly

    Rick Kustich caught his first musky around 1990 and has been lured by these apex predators every since. Join us to learn Rick's secrets to getting these fish of 10,000 casts hooked up on a fly. We'll cover equipment, flies and special techniques you won't want to miss.

  • Fly Fishing Colorado's Indian Peaks Wilderness Area

    Steve Schweitzer and Michael Kruise have explored, fished and documented over 100 fishing destinations in Indian Peaks Wilderness Area (IPWA) of Colorado. The IPWA is a beautiful place to fly fish and is easily accessible from the Denver metro area. Join us to learn about the best fly fishing locations, how to fish them and what flies work best.

  • Drifting for Smallmouth Bass in Wisconsin Tributaries

    AJ Dudek will share his secrets about one of the best smallmouth bass fisheries in the country. With seven and eight weight rods we have the privilege of fishing top water in the summer and baitfish patterns in the spring and fall of the year for one of the best fighting fish there is.

  • Montana Without the Crowds

    Aaron Jaspers, loves to fish but doesn't love the crowds. He's been exploring some fisheries that are off the beaten track in Montana where you can catch nice sized fish easily and avoid the crowds. Join us to learn more about some great places to fish.

  • Fly Fishing the Driftless Area of the Midwest

    Steve Born has been fly fishing the pristine waters of the Driftless Area of the Midwest for years and it still lures him back again and again. Find out why this area is so special and learn Steve's secrets for being successful in these waters.

  • Busting Largemouth Bass

    Terry Wilson and his wife Roaxanne have fished intensely for many warmwater species and largemouth bass is one of their favorites. Listen in and learn about habitat, approach, delivery, fly animation, fishing the shallows, the vertical drop, fishing the mid-depths, going deep and much more.




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