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salmon fly hatch

WFS 032 – Deschutes River Salmon Fly Hatch with John Smeraglio + Fireside Chat...

Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/john I've got a special episode today to celebrate launching into season 2.  I interview John Smeraglio from the Deschutes Canyon Fly Shop, share a first time on the air fireside chat with Dave and friends. I also share a short audio clip of a intense experience after a raft dumped in one of the larger rapids on the river and my process in helping them get to shore safely.  This is the first time that we've had this type of show so enjoy.
tom larimer

Summer Steelhead Fly Fishing with Tom Larimer – Tips, G Loomis, Spey Lines (WFS...

In episode 011 of the Fly Fishing show I sat down with Tom Larimer to talk about his career in fly fishing, summer steelhead...
jay nicholas

WFS 003 – Jay Nicholas on Salmon, Steelhead Fly Fishing and Best Flies for...

Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/jaynicholas/ Steelhead and Salmon Fly Fishing is covered by Jay Nicholas in Episode 003 of the Fly Fishing Podcast.  Jay is one of the most influential fly fisherman and tyer in the Northwest and around the country. He talked about steelhead fly fishing, fly tying and a bunch of other amazing fly fishing topics. Jay clarifies the caveman connection and fly tying and talks about another recent book he has out which brings him to about 14 books?
dry fly fishing

Dry Fly Fishing Basics and the 10 Best Dry Flies of All Time

I was dry fly fishing in Montana a number of years ago on a small trout stream outside of Missoula. There was this crazy hatch...
casting tips

9 Fly Casting Tips for Increased Distance

Can you learn how to fly cast online?  Can fly casting videos help you to shoot more line out?   You bet on both...
umpqua feather merchants

WFS 303 – Umpqua Feather Merchants with Russ Miller + Euro Nymphing Bonus

Russ Miller is here to share the story of how Umpqua Feather Merchants came to be - what the problem was with fly shops...
midcurrent

WFS 293 – MidCurrent with Marshall Cutchin – Key West, Permit

Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/293 Presented By: Stonefly Nets, Fly Fishing Film Tour, Trxstle, Togens Fly Shop Sponsors: http://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Marshall Cutchin, the founder of MidCurrent, is here to tell the story of how he pioneered fly fishing news and blogs. With more than 15,000 pages of content on their website, we find out how they kept up with the fly fishing trend and maintained their relevance to this day. Marshall describes what the Key West was like in the 1980s when the waters were pretty much untouched and the lifestyle was still very affordable. We hear about how he decided at an early stage of his adulthood to be a full-time guide, a career that lasted almost 12 years.
salt water flies

WFS 210 – Saltwater Flies with Enrico Puglisi – EP Fibers, Striped Bass, New...

Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/210 Sponsor: OPST: http://wetflyswing.com/opst Sponsor: Stonefly Nets: http://wetflyswing.com/stonefly I sat down with Enrico Puglisi who describes how he developed EP Fibers with a focus on saltwater flies with a focus on striped bass fishing out of New York.  We Find out how Enrico developed EP fibers and brushes.
fort george brewery

WFS 205 – Fort George Brewery with Chris Nemlowill – Craft Brewing Series

Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/205 We hear the story of how Chris Nemlowill from Fort George Brewery created one of the best selling craft micro brews in the NW with the Vortex IPA.  We find out how Fort George came to be after Chris walked on at Bill's Tavern and found the old Fort George building.

WFS 042 – Redfish and the Barely Live Podcast with Paul Puckett + Big...

Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/42 I interviewed Paul Puckett from the Barely Live Podcast in this episode.  We talk about how he has made a business out of fly fishing art. Paul talks about working in a fly shop, guiding and the Flood Tide Company that he helped to create.  Walter from the Big Labowsky pretty much started the brand.
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