davy wotton
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/174 Davy Wotton is here to break out a step x step guide to getting started fly fishing wet flies.  We break down each step today in a systematic fashion so you know exactly how to fish wet flies like a pro.
klaus frimor
Show Notes: Klaus Frimor shares a great perspective on scandi lines and casting (aka underhand casting).  Klaus tells his story about growing up in Denmark and how his connection with Loop came to be. Klaus is the main rod designer for single and two handed rods for Loop.  Klaus shares his perspective on how and why spey casting and spey lines are different if Europe vs the US.
steve bird soft hackle journal
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/134 We dig into Swinging Flies for Trout with Steven Bird.  Steven is the editor of the Soft Hackle Journal and writes for Swing the Fly Magazine.  We dig into some tips and the background on catching upper Columbia redband trout. Lot's of fun stuff in this one including some of my normal antics and tangents on smoking, alcohol, drugs and all of that crazy stuff.
fishing the dry fly
Kelly Galloup is back on the show today to teach us how to dry fly fish and to share his best dry fly fishing tips and tricks.  Kelly also fills the gap on some of the history on dry flies as well as his top 10 dry flies of all time.  Kelly walks us through a year in dry...
phil rowley
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/phil-rowley-stillwater-fly-fishing/ I had the pleasure of interviewing Phil Rowley to discuss stillwater trout fishing. We covered sinking lines, rod length for lakes, how to match the hatch, fly tying and chironomid behavior on top of much more. To be totally honest I've been a little out of the loop on lakes as of late and Phil sheds light on a number of techniques that I have never used before.  You don't want to miss this episode if you are interested in fly fishing lakes!
domenick swentosky
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/140 I sat down with Domenick Swentosky to talk about traditional streamers and how he fishes his home waters out of Pennsylvania.  We get into the mono rig and how he crosses over between nymphing and streamers. Domenick shares the exact formula he uses when fishing a mono rig and why he loves a 4 weight rod and Maxima leader for the butt section of his mono rig.  A little bit euro, a little bit nymph and equal parts streamer and even a little dry.  Troutbitten now.  Click below and listen to the full conversation.
john gierach
John Gierach breaks out an amazing episode in this one as he talks about how he came to become one of the greatest fly fishing writers in the world.
devin olsen
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/43 I interview Devin Olsen to talk about Euro Nymphing and the USA Fly Fishing team.  He provides a bunch of tips to help you get started with euro nymphing. We cover the Provo River, the history of Polish Nymphing, Indicator leaders, Fly Fish Food and Dynamic Nymphing.  Lots of content in this one so enjoy!
driftboat
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/177 Roger Fletcher is here to share the history of the drift boat and how it all started back in the early 20th century with a few river guides that needed a better boat for whitewater.  We discover the connection between the Rogue, Mckenzie, Grand Canyon Dories and why the name drift boat stuck over the river dorie.
a river runs through it
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/135 We hear the story behind the story and the movie A River Runs Through It.   Still to this day the greatest fly fishing movie of all time.  John Dietsch was the stunt man for Brad Pitt and lead the fly fishing team that created the fishing scenes in the movie. We hear some of the great stories that made this the greatest movie of all time.  The story was about family, about death and addiction.  The story was not about fly fishing as Robert Redford told John many times during production.  Enjoy!
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