Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/63 I sat down and had a great chat with Tom Rosenbauer, one of the most influential people in fly fishing and the man behind the largest fly fishing podcast in the world. We talk about the story behind Orvis, some tips, tricks and common questions. Tom gets into the easiest way to get started if you are brand new.  This is the perfect show if you are just getting started or want to hear the story behind Orvis and Tom Rosenbauer.
rob crandall
Show Notes: wetflyswing.com/62 I talk winter steelhead with Rob Crandall from Water Time Outfitters.  Rob fishes Northwest Oregon and providing some great tips today including how to land steelhead, his 5 step process to catch steelhead, how to fish low and clear vs high water. Rob shares 3 main tips on catching more steelhead, how to manage your swing, understanding the hover and how to mend correctly.  This one is seriously packed for winter steelhead.  Click below to listen to the show.
ben furimsky
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/61 Ben Furimsky talks about the Fly Fishing Show, the largest fly fishing trade show in the world.  Ben tells us how you can get the most out of the next show an some of the famous guests that attend. We get into the Film Festival, the Gunnison River and a bunch of more useful information.  Ben also shares his perspective on surfing, specolli from fast times and tons of other useful fun facts about his life.
jen ripple
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/60 I had the pleasure of chatting with Jen Ripple, the editor of The Dun Magazine.  We talk about how Jen came to produce the largest fly fishing magazine for woman out there. We talk about getting into Tarpon in Mexico and a few tips that might allow you to DIY your way around.  Listen below and find out what a Tarpon feels like and get in the mindset to put together your first trip.
ed engle
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.