WFS 063 – Tom Rosenbauer Podcast | Orvis Fly Fishing, Battenkill River, Top Questions, Tips and TricksDave -
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/63 I sat down and had a great chat with Tom Rosenbauer, one of the most influential people in fly fishing and the man behind the largest fly fishing podcast in the world. We talk about the story behind Orvis, some tips, tricks and common questions. Tom gets into the easiest way to get started if you are brand new. This is the perfect show if you are just getting started or want to hear the story behind Orvis and Tom Rosenbauer.
In episode 010 of the fly fishing show I interviewed Rob Bryce to talk about fly fishing the Skeena system. We covered the Morice River, Bulkley River as well as the Babine River and the Kispiox River. We covered how to fish the Morice in depth, talked about steelhead life histories as well as some great stories about the Babine...
I provide a quick introduction to the Fly Fishing Podcast Launch here. Click here to listen to a short summary of the Podcast: Click on the button to be updated when the Podcast launches Get Updates Here We can all use a little help in our fly fishing journey, there is no question about that. What is your biggest struggle right now in...
WFS 037 – Entomology and Fly Fishing with Rick Hafele | Mckenzie, Deschutes Rivers and Spinner FallsDave -
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/37 Rick Hafele, one of the biggest entomologist in the western US, was on the podcast to all things entomology and fly fishing. Rick provides some great tips on fishing dries, nymphs and wet flies. He breaks down the basics of entomology, how the bugs life changes and how this will make you a more consistent fisherman. He shares the top 3 things you need to think about when you first get to a stream to increase your success.
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/john I've got a special episode today to celebrate launching into season 2. I interview John Smeraglio from the Deschutes Canyon Fly Shop, share a first time on the air fireside chat with Dave and friends. I also share a short audio clip of a intense experience after a raft dumped in one of the larger rapids on the river and my process in helping them get to shore safely. This is the first time that we've had this type of show so enjoy.
Show Notes: wetflyswing.com/16 The history of steelhead fly fishing and fly tying is covered in episode 016 of the fly fishing show. John Shewey breaks down the history of steelhead flies and how things have evolved over the years in steelhead fly fishing. John is the current editor-in-chief of the NW Fly Fishing group of magazines and has written some of the best and most beautiful steelhead books you've ever seen. We talk about swinging flies on the North Umpqua and North Santiam and how it all came to be.
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/54 I had the pleasure of interviewing Elliott Adler, the host of the DrakeCast, one of the biggest fly fishing podcasts in the world. Elliott recently announced that he is leaving the DrakeCast. We talk about the media industry, his take on Team USA fly fishing, and how the Drakecast came to be. It was fun to get his perspective on a number of issues in fly fishing and story telling.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Greg Weisgerber this week to talk about fly fishing for Bass and Fly Tying. Greg brings a cool perspective as he transitioned and took the deep dive into this bass fly fishing back in college. Show notes from the video can be found at the bottom of this page. Click here to see the...
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/06 Blue Water fly fishing and the history of steelhead flies and fishing is covered in this amazing show. In episode 006 of the Fly Fishing Show I had the pleasure of interviewing one of the biggest people in the history of steelhead fly fishing, Trey Combs. Trey wrote one of the early books on the history of steelhead fishing and flies and has done a lot of other amazing stuff in his fly fishing career that we cover today. We get into a bunch of big topics including the issues with the Thompson River steelhead decline, talk about his mentors, discuss steelhead fly fishing history, two handed rods plus some of his new fly patterns.
In episode 013 of the Fly Fishing show I interviewed Kevin Feenstra, one of the first fly fisherman to start swinging flies for steelhead in the Michigan area and Great Lakes. Kevin has a guide service with a focus on the Muskegon River and covers a bunch of great topics on how he catches fish on the swing. We get into single handed spey lines, fishing in high water and a number of other big topics.