mark hopley
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/149 Mark Hopley, the Host of the Fly Fishing 97 Podcast is on the our podcast to break down his popular show and why he does what he does.  We find out about the Kamloops British Columbia area where Mark is from and why he’s going to podcast till he dies.
denny rickards
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/64 Denny Rickards, the stillwater guru, came on the podcast to cover lakes and the history of stillwater fishing.  Denny breaks down in simple form, where to find fish and how to present the fly properly to fish. Denny talks about the 2 most critical things to understand when fishing lakes.  He also talks about why a floating line is not great, and why he has the secret line that works 90% of the time.  Get ready to take some notes because it's hard to stay up with Denny on this one!
lake fishing
George Cook is back on the podcast to break down lake fishing with a fly with a focus on Issac’s Ranch out of Washington State.  There are a ton of lakes scattered throughout Washington state that the tips we discuss today apply to.   We find out why George not only loves red-colored flies for steelhead but also for lake fishing. ...
pyramid lake
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/giveaway I talked to Brian Oakland from Got Fishing to talk about the big Giveaway for the Pyramid Lake Fishing Trip.  The Giveaway launched this week along with Dennis from Wild Fish Wild Places.  Brian Sheds some light on Pyramid Lake and why it's such a big destination in North American and how you might catch a 20 lb trout.
fly fishing trout lakes
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/243 Sponsor: http://wetflyswing.com/koffler Brian Chan is on the show today to share his story and some huge tips on fly fishing trout lakes.  We find out how he ended up with a tech. Job that got his foot in the door.  We also find out how Kamloops has changed since my dad started fishing the area in the 1960’s.
fishing secrets
Hal Janssen, one of the big-time stillwater gurus, shares his life story of fly fishing for over 60 years. We dig into his book, Stillwater Fly Fishing Secrets, which he describes as the complete book on stillwater fly fishing.
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!
stillwater
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/308B Presented By: Togens Fly Shop, Trxstle Sponsors: http://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Phil Rowley, the man, the myth, the legend, is back for another stillwater round. Phil shares some casting tips that increase your chance of getting a take and make your fishing trip less boring. We talk about the flies that work well on stillwater, Phil's favorites, and learn more about the fish's behavior. Find out why Phil loves stillwater fishing more than river fishing and why it's more old-age friendly.
jeff perin
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/103 I sat down with Jeff Perin from The Fly Fishers Place Fly Shop out of Sisters Oregon.  We dig in stillwater tips and tricks and hear about the direction that Jeff took his life after a deep connection with his grandparents got him started. We focus on lakes of the NW and how he catches fish in the shallow and deep water.  We get into the top 3 and why entomology is so important.  Chironomids, calibetis, leaches and followed by terrestrials.  We talk about a typical day on East Lake and break it out step x step like we love to do.
panfish flies
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/265 Sponsors: http://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Bart Lombardo from Panfish on the Fly is here to share his top 13 goto panfish flies and a step x step guide to catching panfish in cold and warmer waters.  Bart shares the 13 flies he uses throughout the year and the tips to find fish.
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