Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/223 Sponsor: Sawyer Oars: http://wetflyswing.com/sawyer Sponsor: Turtlebox Audio: http://wetflyswing.com/turtlebox Ben Sittig aka Huge Fly Fisherman, is here to share the story of how he created one of the most unique and entertaining youtube channels in the fly fishing space. Hank Patterson is the only channel close to Huge but even Hank is much much different.
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/136 Joseph Rosano shares the history of steelhead fly design and development as a man who was side by side with some of the biggest names in steelhead history. Find out how it all developed from Joseph who was there with all of the big names of the day. Find out why Joseph waited 35 years to start writing about all of the great names like Sid Glasso, Harry Lemire and the rest of the gang. Find out what it was like being on the river as the intruder revolution was beginning.
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/kate I sat down with Kate Watson to discuss here guiding business on the Fraser and Bulkley Rivers. We get into Tarponville and dig into her steelhead patterns and style of fly tying. We pretty much cover it all along with a chat about Jerry French, relationships, Elvis and the Lady Caroline. This is a cool story about growing up in a lodge and keeping the flow going.
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/233 Sponsor: Koffler Boats: http://wetflyswing.com/koffler Ed Jaworowski is here to break down the 3 principles to perfecting your fly cast. This podcast is loaded with the step x steps to becoming a great fly caster and easy to implement changes to make this week.
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/275 I had the pleasure of sitting down with Tom McCoy along with a good friend of mine, Michael Barger who was a co-host on this episodes. Tom and Michael go back and fourth on fishing Long Island, what makes it special and the history behind a unique part of the country.
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/jimteeny/ Some of the first sinking fly lines were developed by my guest, Jim Teeny back in the 1970's. In Episode 005 of the Fly Fishing Show I had the pleasure of interviewing Jim Teeny who is one of the most influential people in fly fishing over the last 60 years partly due to Jim's contribution of sinking lines for fly fisherman around the world back in the 1970's. We talk about sinking lines, the Teeny Nymph and a bunch of other tips and great stories about how Jim has caught so many fish species over the years on the fly he originated - the teeny nymph fly.
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/184 Sponsor: Anglers Coffee: http://wetflyswing.com/anglers Sponsor: Stonefly Nets: http://wetflyswing.com/stonefly Tom Rowland shares the story of how the Saltwater Experience came to be and how he created Waypoint and produces a network with over 80 outdoor programs on TV and in Podcasting.
WFS 119 – The Barbless Podcast with Chad Alderson and Nick Hanna – Fly Fishing, Apps, Podcasting, Steelhead, ChicoDave -
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/119 I sat down with Chad Alderson and Nick Hanna from the Barbless Podcast. Barbless is one of the big podcasts in fly fishing space out of Chico California. We talk about some of their new fishing apps getting closer to launch, some of the big guests they've had on the shows and what's to come this year.
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/09 In episode 009 of the Fly Fishing Podcast I had the pleasure of interviewing Simon Gawesworth who is one of the biggest names in fly fishing today. Simon breaks down spey lines in detail including what's new this year and what he sees in the future of spey. He talks about choosing lines for windy conditions, a good sinking line for summer fish, some of the new products in line for RIO including triple density lines. This one goes quick so click the button below to have a listen.
WFS 166 – National Geographic’s Pete McBride – Martin’s Boat, Grand Canyon (Drift Boat Series Ep. 1)Dave -
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/166 Pete McBride, one of the great outdoor film makers for National Geographic, is here to tell the story of the Grand Canyon through the documentary Martin’s Boat and the 750 mile long hike through the Grand Canyon.