dry line steelhead
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/169 I had the pleasure of sitting down with Adrian Cortes to dig into dry line steelhead with a focus on winter steelhead.  Adrian is one of the leaders in dry and wet fly fishing without a sinking line.
river rambler podcast
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/159 Richard Harrington, from the River Rambler Podcast, is on the today to share the fly fishing story of Oregon to New York and back again for steelhead. Richard also shares some great tips on steelhead fishing the North Umpqua. We talk about skating flies and the best way to hitch a fly behind the head so it skates up nicely for you.  We get into a little bit of everything including who is the mastermind behind Richard's podcast and which spey rods he loves.
bruce kruk
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/152 Bruce Kruk is on the podcast to share some tips for spey casting with a focus on long belly spey lines and long 14, 15 and 16 foot rods.  We bring it to the bank of the Clearwater River and the Upper Columbia with a focus on steelhead fishing.
zach williams
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/151 Zack Williams, who is the editor of Swing the Fly Magazine, is on the podcast to share the story of how he went from Great Lakes Steelheader to Spey Casting and Steelhead champion.  Zack and I chat about why the number of swung fly fisherman is so low but growing. 
spey fishing
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/131 George Cook shares the story and history behind how spey came to be in the northwest.  We hear how fishing for kings and the connection to Alaska was a big part of the Alaskabou and the intruder style flies coming to be. George shares some stories about northern California chinook fishing and around the Pacific Rim.  We get into the Deschutes, Oregon Coast and many of the other places and people that have helped defined his career in fly fishing and in hunting.
simon gawesworth
Show Notes: https://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.
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