http://wetflyswing.com/59 I sat down with Ed Engle to chat about fishing small flies on tailwaters throughout the year. We talk about euro nymphing, weighted flies, fishing in Colorado and his experience going to Woodstock. Ed shares his tips on presenting the fly, the casts you need to know for dry flies, how to avoid spooking fish and why blue is a great color for winter fishing. Ed Engle brings 20 years guiding, a perspective on Woodstock and how a 1 weight rod actually has a use for small flies and large trout.
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/35 I had a great interview with Davy Wotton on Wet Fly Fishing and his long history around fly fishing. He guides on the White River in Arkansas where he has been for 20 years. We talk about what the biggest struggle is with wet fly fishing and ways to overcome these concerns. Davy talks about fishing a "cast" of flies that might include 4 flies on one leader.
Show Notes: http://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.
In episode 011 of the Fly Fishing show I sat down with Tom Larimer to talk about his career in fly fishing, summer steelhead tips, spey lines and casting and a bunch of other tips that you'll love. Tom goes deep into how he catches summer steelhead during the daytime, something that many thought unlikely in the past. Tom also...
In episode 14 of the Fly Fishing Show I had the pleasure of interviewing Jeff Layton from Grabflies.com. Jeff talks about the patterns he does well on and sells in his fly shop along with some new and innovative products for attaching sinking tips. We cover the Olympic Peninsula rivers, the North Umpqua along with all of the flies that...
I just couldn't wait! In the process of getting the show ready to go this week, I ended up publishing a few episodes on itunes ahead of time. Click here and check out the show in itunes (It would be super helpful if you can click the link above and subscribe itunes!) We will still have the big launch for everyone on Jan...
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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/33 I had a great chat with Jason Rolfe from the Fly Tapes Podcast and Writers on the Fly. Jason has been doing an amazing job of showcasing some of the great fly fishing writers we have the priviledge of reading today. Jason talks about what it takes to be a great writer and why he's obsessed with writers and writing. I'm really excited to introduce you to Jason if you have seen what he has going.
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/55 I had the pleasure of talking with George Daniel on his teaching philosophy, guiding, Joe Humphries and a number of other great topics including fishing Musky. We talk about competition fly fishing, journaling, his blogging and his plans for the upcoming years. George tells a great story about the angling professors at Penn State and how it is a position that he would be interested in.