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  • The Upper Columbia River's Unmatched Tailwater

    Kelly Laatsch, a professional guide of more than 25 years, calls the Upper Columbia his home water. This tailwater produces average rainbows at 16 inches, with 20-inch fish common. Big rainbows, up to 28 inches, are caught and released every year. Join us and learn about this great tailwater and how to best fish it.

  • Carp On The Fly

    Fly fishing for carp is one of the hottest fishing challenges around; they're big, smart and are found almost everywhere. Join Brad Befus on this podcast as he exposes the secrets of fly fishing for carp and learn the strategies and techniques of catching these challenging fish.

  • Fly Fishing for Monster Browns on Streamers

    Christy McReynolds knows how to hook up with monster brown trout on the fly. She’s a lifelong angler and has developed her skills on the South Holston and Watauga Rivers in East Tennessee, where she and her husband Jason run their guide service FlyingSoHo. Join us and learn her secrets to finding, hooking up, and landing these fish of a lifetime.

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

    • What is the best time of year for hunting monster browns on streamers?
    • Are large brown trout more active at certain times of the day?
    • Are browns tolerant of a wide range of water temperatures?
    • What are the ideal conditions for brown trout to grow big?
    • Are browns more selective than rainbows?
    • Is fishing good before or after they spawn?
    • What weight rod do you use for larger fish?
    • Do you use floating or sinking lines?
    • What is your leader and tippet setup?
    • What types of streamers do you prefer?
    • what color flies do you use for dirty and clear water?
    • Where do find large fish holding most often?
    • What retrieve methods do you use for streamers?
    • What tips can you give on setting the hook and fighting large fish?

  • Snake River Fly Fishing

    Boots Allen, a third generation Jackson Wyoming fly fishing guide, shares his secrets on fishing the Snake River. Locations, flies and techniques are all covered in this in-depth interview.

  • Conejos River Magic

    Jon Harp has guided fly fishers for over 17 years on the Conejos River in southern Colorado. Discover one of the last pristine, undeveloped river systems in the West and learn about the big wild brown and rainbow trout you can hook into.

  • Lake Nassar's Nile Perch

    Jeff Currier has just returned from Egypt and his second adventure in search of the exotic Nile Perch. Join Jeff to learn about what it takes to figure out a fish that is seldom caught on a fly.

  • Fly Fishing Tips for Trout, Bass and Panfish

    Over the many years that Skip Morris has fished and written about fly fishing he's uncovered many nuggets of information that have helped him and others to catch more fish. Whether it's trout, bass or panfish Skip has something to share that will improve your odds. Listen to this podcast and up your game!

  • Tarpon On The Worm

    Bruce Chard, a professional guide the Florida Keys, takes us for a ride through the palolo worm hatch. This once a year event will get anyone's adrenaline pounding. Join us to find out where, when and how to fish this incredible event.

  • Instinctive Fly Fishing

    Taylor Streit has been guiding fly fishers for over 40 years. After watching thousands of clients catch trout over the years he knows what works and what doesn't work. Join us to learn Taylor's secrets to hooking up and landing more trout.

  • 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?

  • 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.

  • Colorado’s Greenback Cutthroat Trout

    Once thought to be extinct, Colorado's famed greenback cutthroat trout is now in the process of making a remarkable comeback. Listen in to hear how Jim Rubingh and Richard Fritz explored Colorado in search of the greenback cutthroat, where they found them and the best strategies for putting one on your prized catch list.

  • Fly Tying For Everyone

    Tim Cammisa has been teaching fly fishers how to tie flies for many years both in person and on YouTube. If you want to get started with fly tying Tim's one of the best teachers you could have. Join us and learn about the essential equipment and materials you need to get started and what flies you should tie first. We'll also talk about the techniques you should learn first so that you can take those techniques and use them for many other flies that you'd like to tie and have in your fly box. Last but not least we explore how you can catch fish using the first flies you tie. Beginners are welcome!

  • Tying The Best-Selling Most Effective Fly Patterns

    Vince Wilcox has always had his own take on things and that applies to tying flies as well. Vince developed his own patterns for many of the common challenges fly fishers face when enticing trout and many of those became the commercial patterns you may be buying today including nymphs, dry flies and terrestrials. Join us to hear from Vince why he developed these patterns, why they are so effective and how to fish them.

  • Stalking Roosterfish on Baja's East Cape

    The Roosterfish is one of the most sought after trophies of the Mexican coast. It's beauty and elusivness make it a challenge you won't want to miss out on. Join Mike Rieser and find out what it takes to stalk and connect with one of this incredible fish.




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