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  • Muskie on the Fly

    Muskie on the fly? You've got to be kidding! Robert Tomes isn't kidding at all in fact you'll learn exactly how to hook up with one of these aggressive predators on the show.
    Robert demystifies the Muskie and will tell you why fly fishing for Muskie might be an even better option than throwing big plugs at them.

  • Fly Fishing Florida’s Largemouth Bass

    Debbie Hanson, a professional guide in southwest Florida, specialized in getting her clients hooked up with Florida’s strain of largemouth bass. These bass are different than the strains in the north and many consider them the monsters of largemouth bass. Listen in to learn about these bass and how to hook up with what may be your trophy bass of a lifetime.

    • What makes the Florida strain of largemouth bass different?
    • What is the best place to fish for trophies in Florida?
    • Does the Florida strain exist in other states?
    • What are the factors that contribute to the growth of trophy-sized bass?
    • Where do you look for the larger bass?
    • What are the most effective flies to use for largemouth bass?
    • How deep do you fish?
    • What's the best time of day to fish?
    • What fly did you catch your trophy largemouth on?

     

  • Nymph Fishing: New Angles, Tactics, and Techniques

    George Daniel has guided clients and fished competitively throughout the world. His desire to learn as much as possible about his craft and adapt his techniques have given him a superb understanding of what it takes to get a nymph to a fish. There are many 'right' ways to deliver your nymphs whether it be contact nymphing or suspension nymphing. Listen to this podcast and learn George's latest strategies and techniques so you can up your game.

  • Fly Fishing Small Streams

    Tom Rosenbauer has mastered the strategies and techniques necessary to be productive on small streams. Listen in to learn his secrets.

  • 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.

  • Tenkara - The Traditional Japanese Method of Fly Fishing

    Daniel Galhardo founded Tenkara USA in 2009 and has brought the traditional Japanese method of fly-fishing where only a rod, line and fly are used to the US. Tenkara is about fly-fishing simplicity and mountain-stream effectiveness. Eleven to fourteen foot long rods allow anglers to fish mountain streams in a way that is nearly impossible with western fly gear. Listen to learn about the history, philosophy and of course the strategies and techniques of using the Tenkara system.

  • 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.

  • Behemoths of the Great Lakes

    Joe is well known for catching big, big brown trout. He's guided many fly fishers over the years to the Lake Ontario and Lake Erie tributaries to catch these awesome fish. What many don't know is that during the fall spawning run of brown's you can also fly fish for king salmon and steelhead. Join Joe on this podcast and find out his secrets about fly fishing for these coveted trophies.

  • What Fly for What Bug?

    Peter Stitcher is an aquatic biologist who knows what flies work best to imitate the stage of insects in their lifecycle. Are you ever confused about what file to use when? Join us to learn about the lifecycles of the most common insects we encounter on rivers and lakes and how to pick the perfect fly for the job.

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

    • What are the three categories you use to describe flies?
    • What is more important size, color or shape?
    • Why are flies like the Red Dart and Blowtorch so effective?
    • How do you organize your fly boxes?
    • What is a life cycle and why is it important to understand?
    • What are the life cycles for mayflies, caddisflies, midges and stoneflies?
    • What stages of the life cycles are the most productive for fishing?
    • What flies work best to imitate the different stages?
    • What places do you look to see what insects are active?
    • How would you imitate daphnia?
    • Is fly selection just as important as drift depth and presentation?

  • A Passion for Permit

    Jon Olch has been fascinated with fishing the saltwater flats for almost 40 years. He’s caught just about every kind of fish on the flats but he’s obsessed with permit. He’s studied the permit inside and out and is one of the most knowledgeable permit fly fishers on the planet. Join us to learn more about fly fishing for one of the most challenging fish in the water.

  • 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.

  • Building Bamboo Fly Rods

    Ray Gould has been building bamboo fly rods since 1958. Join us to hear this master rod builder talk about the machines and tools necessary, selecting cane, creating precise tapers, step-by-step construction, finishing steps, and many more tips on building bamboo rods.

  • Fly Fishing the Truckee River

    Mikey Wier has been guiding in the Lake Tahoe area for over 15 years and calls the Truckee River his home water. The Truckee River is a tailwater that flows from Lake Tahoe for 120 miles ending at Pyramid Lake, NV. Although this river is technically a tailwater, at times it flows like a freestone stream and at others it will fish like a Spring Creek. Listen in to learn Mikey’s secrets about fishing this challenging water.

  • 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.

  • Housantonic River - Trout and Smallies

    Torrey Collins has guided and fished the Housatonic River for over 20 years. It's one of a few places where you can enjoy fishing an Eastern river for both trout and smallmouth bass. There's no doubt that there are trophies are in the river and Torrey will share with us his secrets of catching them on a fly.




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