Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/44 Heather Hodson shares her wisdom on West Slope Cutthroat fishing Idaho and Montana and breaks down the United Woman on the Fly Movement. The Northwest Fly Girl breaks down how she has become a leader in the fly fishing world.  We also get into her day job as a nurse, the challenges there and all of the amazing trips coming up this year.
pete erickson
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/118 I sat down with Pete Erickson to talk about euro nymphing and his experience developing one of the popular euro nymphing rods on the market, the Echo Shadow X.  We find out which is the best length and weight, how to cast a euro nymphing rod and some bonus tips to help you while you are on the river. We also touch on Loch Style stillwater fishing and why it's something you should check out this year if you haven't heard about it yet.  We touch on a little bit on grayling as associated with Pete's Team USA work.
landon mayer
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/48 Landon Mayer shared his knowledge about fishing streamers for large trout and many other great tips from one of the knowledgable guides and teachers in the fly fishing circuit. He talks about why he likes medium action rods, how he uses a swivel and what to do if a fish chases your fly but doesn't take it.  Landon breaks it down like a chess match so you can break it down easily to make your next move.
deschutes angler amy hazel
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/214 Sponsor: Turtlebox Audio: http://wetflyswing.com/turtlebox Sponsor: OPST: http://wetflyswing.com/opst Amy Hazel is here to break down the Deschutes Angler fly shop and what you need to do now to prepare for your next trout fishing trip.  Amy shares some great tips for the salmon fly hatch and general trout in May, June and July.
Nymph Fly Patterns
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/263 Uncle Cheech from FlyFishFood is on the podcast today to share his top nymph fly patterns and to share his wisdom on all things fly tying and fly fishing. FlyFishFood has created on of the best online resource for finding fly materials and great fly patterns.
curtis fry
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/40 I connected with Curtis Fry from Fly Fish Food.  We talked about the Provo River, their connection to Hareline and Wapsi and some great tips on tying dry flies. We get into some of the background on the great quality of fly tying materials we have today including dry fly hackles.  The Morris Mouse, the Fripple Fly, Ants and hoppers are all covered in todays episode.
guide's choice hare's ear
I demonstrate how to tie a Guide's Choice Hare's Ear in todays fly tying video.  The Guide's Choice is widely considered one of the best all around nymph patterns. No secret why, as it blends just about all of the finest trout materials you can think of.  See the materials list below. Click Here to watch the video on the Guide's...
charles jardine
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/221 Show Sponsor: Turtlebox Audio: http://wetflyswing.com/turtlebox Show Sponsor: OPST: http://wetflyswing.com/opst I had Charles Jardine, quite possibly the biggest fly fisher in the UK and has been called the Lefty Kreh of the UK.  We find out the difference between nymphing UK streams vs fishing US streams. 
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/37 Rick Hafele, one of the biggest entomologist in the western US, was on the podcast to all things entomology and fly fishing.  Rick provides some great tips on fishing dries, nymphs and wet flies. He breaks down the basics of entomology, how the bugs life changes and how this will make you a more consistent fisherman.  He shares the top 3 things you need to think about when you first get to a stream to increase your success.
jeff morgan
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/120 Jeff Morgan sat down with me to cover small stream fly fishing.  Jeff is the author of a few great books including Small Stream Fly Fishing and the Oddballs books.  We talk about how small streams differ from large streams and why naturals are key in small creeks. We hear about his background in entomology and how he applies that to small streams and some of flies that work great including his deer hair daddy.  Find out why fish feed after high flow events and where you can find fish in small creeks.
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