charlie craven fly fishing
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/125 Charlie Craven from Charlie's Fly Box breaks down a perspective of tying flies for a living.  He describes what it takes to make an original pattern and what it means to become a signature fly tyer. We also here about his fly tying class and the book he wrote that many consider the ultimate guide for beginner fly tyers.  Find out which is the number 1 selling pattern in the box an what he always has handy heading out on the river.
bruce chard fly fishing
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/124 Bruce Chard breaks down Giant Tarpon Fly Fishing today on the podcast.  Bruce is a longtime guide out in the Florida area and shares his best tips and tricks. To be honest, we didn't even come close to covering it all but did go a little deep on some juicy topics. Bruce goes deep into how you present the fly for tarpon, the tarpon toad and whether you can DIY your way to tarpon.  Baby tarpon might be your best chance to DIY a few tarpon to the fly.
denis isbister
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/giveaway I sat down with Denis Isbister who is the host of the TV show Wild Fish Wild Places which has been running for 12 years now.   Denis is a Pyramid Lake expert and breaks down the greatness of Pyramid and the monster Lahontan Cutthroat trout that cruise the lake.
In todays video I show you what the 13' #8 Echo Full Spey looks like out of the box.  This is the perfect all around spey rod of you are just starting out or been doing if for a while and need something that can cast heavy flies and heavy tips.   Click here to watch the video:   Links Noted in the...
Mariusz Wroblewski
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/123 I had a great chat with Mariusz Wroblewski who is a big name in steelhead conservation, spey casting and rod development.  Mariusz breaks down the exact rod you need for winter steelhead for large and small rivers.  We also cover the details of the right skagit line for the job. We talk about the Triple density line and how to line your spey rod correctly based on the line and sink tip length and weight.  We then jump into what Kamchatku has to offer and how steelhead are so different than anywhere else on the planet.