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Welcome to our latest episode featuring Jake Villwock, author of the book Smallmouth Bass Flies. In this episode, we will take you on a...
Join us as we engage in a compelling conversation with our guest, Shelby Stanger, Host of the Podcast, Wild Ideas Worth Living. Shelby shares her unique journey from being an adventure columnist at 19 to creating a podcast that grabbed the attention of REI Co-op. Her passion for storytelling and engaging in in-depth interviews led to a partnership with REI Co-op, which purchased her podcast in 2020. Shelby's love for podcasting isn't just about telling stories; it's about the conversations, the learning, and the opportunity to connect with people.
Mark Cirino, co-host of the One True Podcast, takes us on an enthralling exploration of the life and works of one of literature's most...
Littoral Zone #7 – Competitive Stillwater Techniques for the Non-Competitive Fly Fisher with Devin...
Today's episode of the Littoral Zone is a deep dive into the world of competitive stillwater techniques with none other than Devin Olsen, a...
Rick Hafele, a seasoned angler and a passionate advocate of the environment and community, is back on the podcast for the second time to share some insights on understanding aquatic insects and mastering the art of nymph fishing.
Today we explore the extraordinary life of Zane Grey, a literary giant whose legacy resonates to this day. In this episode, we'll unravel Grey's passion for fly fishing, his iconic works, and his intriguing connections. Ed Meyer, Archivist at ZGWS, who was once the Vice-President, shares his insider perspective on Grey's journey.
Monte Burke, author of Lords of the Fly, shares his journey of becoming a renowned writer and author. Discover stories about the dedicated tarpon fishing enthusiasts of the Homosassa club and the current challenges faced by Florida's waters. Explore the stories of fly fishing legends like Tom Evans and Andy Mill, who pushed the sport's boundaries.
George Daniel, the Director of the Joe Humphreys Teaching Program at Penn State University and a former member of Fly Fishing Team USA, returns to the podcast with exciting updates.
Get ready for an exciting episode as we take another dive into the enchanting realm of Henry's Fork - an angler's paradise. Mike Lawson, founder of Henry's Fork Anglers and a fly fishing author, is back on the podcast for the second time to take us on a captivating journey through the vibrant hatches, diverse waters, and hidden gems at Henry's Fork.
Join me and Topher on an exciting adventure into the world of Atlantic salmon fishing! He takes us to stunning rivers in Quebec and famous spots like Norway, where these magnificent fish are waiting to be caught. Topher will spill all the details about his epic fishing trips, like the time he reeled in a whopping 45 salmon in just one week! He's always up for a challenge and loves finding fish that give him a real fight.