duran torrez
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/22 I had pleasure of talking with Duran Torrez about his first year guiding and how his mindset and setting expectations is critical for a successful trip. Duran shares a ton of insight about his passion and tips for getting into fish.  We are back to the Klickitat on this one to talk a little summer steelhead
matt klara
http://wetflyswing.com/21 I had the pleasure of talking with Matt Klara who has been around the spey game for quite a while now.  Matt breaks down single handed spey casting and how you can and should get started on it. We talk about Big Sky Anglers, fishing for trout with a 7 wt, Sexy Loops and how he grew up on the Madison spending his summers living out of a camper.  Don't miss this one as Matt shares his huge tip on a video that is incredible in describing how to "fish" a sinking line for steelhead.
dec hogan
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/20 Dec speaks in public for the first time about what went down when he posted on Social Media telling anyone who listened to not buy his new book. Dec also shares a few great tips and a perspective from one of our big names and real good guys in the steelhead game.
north umpqua river
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/19 There is no question that this will go down as one of the best podcasts on tactics for catching steelhead on the fly.  Dean Finnerty breaks down how to fish the North Umpqua in detail. The North Umpqua, aka - Graduate school of steelhead fly fishing, is one of the most historied steelhead river in the world.  We cover skating dries in the summer to getting down in the winter.  Dean brings it all to the table so enjoy!
tom pero
Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/18 Tom Pero, the founder of Wild River Press is on the show today.  Tom has published A Passion for Steelhead, one of the greatest steelhead books of all time, as well as many other big time outdoor books.  Tom provides some really amazing stories that I know you'll love in this one.  He goes into the evolution of steelhead flies and how there is a big misnomer about steelhead flies and the relationship to Atlantic salmon flies.