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Tom Starmack takes us back into the Driftless to tell us how he works his spring creek magic.
Today, we jump right into the step x step of how you can tie nymphs for fly fishing. The videos that follow will walk...
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/94 Shawn Holsinger from Holsinger's fly shop gets into some fly fishing and fly tying tips with a focus on his local stream including the Little Juniata River. We get into Euro Nymphs, stone flies and the Holsinger story. Shawn shares some euro nymphing tips, how to get more efficient and is rule of thumb on proportions. FYI - It's pretty much half of what you think it'll be. Shawn stresses technique in fly tying over just copying the pattern.
Get ready to embark on a fishing adventure in the breathtaking landscapes of Western Canada. Join us in this episode as we welcome Kelly Reaume, one of the Founders of Backcountry Skinz. Brothers, Mike and Kelly are two Ontario natives with an unquenchable passion for fly fishing, who have embraced the alpine lakes and rivers of Calgary and BC as their playground. Together, we explore the joy of reeling in bull trout, the thrill of being the only ones on the river, and the almost mythical allure of untouched wilderness.
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're kicking off with Part 1 of an exciting two-part series focusing on stillwater fly lines. We're going to get an understanding of...
Brent Bauer of Umpqua Feather Merchants is here to talk about the top Umpqua flies and products they have in their line. We hear about...
Jeff Sasaki, Designer of Founder of Mavrk Fly Fishing, walks us through his euro nymphing setup today and the physics behind the famous Stinger Micro Reel.
Kris Bare from AZ Fly Shop takes us into Arizona to discover how he catches massive carp on the fly in the city.
JP Ross, founder of JP Ross Fly Rods, shares his story on how he built a fly rod company that has now been around for over 20 years.