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Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/65 I had the pleasure of sitting down with the most travelled fly fisherman on the planet. Jeff Courier has caught 400 species of fish on the fly and is still going for more. We talk about some tips and tricks if you want to do some additional traveling this year. We go deep on some African Tigers, his 500k car and is upcoming nomadic life.
Traveled #11 – Henry’s Lake Foundation with Damon Keen – Fisheries Biology, Conservation Efforts,...
Join us on this fascinating journey as we unravel the story of Henry's Lake and the important work of the Henry's Lake Foundation. Our...
Today we dive into the fascinating world of fishery science and conservation with James Suleski of the Pennsylvania Native Fish Coalition. James is on a mission to bridge the gap between anglers and fisheries scientists. We explore the intricate challenges faced by native brook trout, like climate change and the impact of invasive brown trout. Tune in to learn more about the strategies, misconceptions, and hopes for protecting these precious aquatic inhabitants.
Today, we are joined by David Gregory and Greg Nespor from Yosemite Outfitters, a guide service in Yosemite National Park. With a wealth of experience fishing in the park, they are here to share their expertise and passion for both the sport and nature.
Alex Czayka is here with us today to give us a glimpse into Western Reserve Land Conservancy. We find out how Alex's journey into fly fishing and his passion for the outdoors led him to a career in conservation.
In this episode, we dive into the exciting world of Olympic Peninsula fly fishing. Join us as we explore the diverse fish species you...
Justin Lovell, a resident of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, has a deep passion for both powerlifting and fly fishing. With an unwavering dedication to...
Step into the world of fly fishing and outdoor exploration with Ed, an experienced angler and writer, as he shares his journey in this episode. We start by learning about Ed's involvement with the Cape Piscatorial Society and his contributions to the Piscator Journals. He offers his thoughts on Tenkara rods, providing a fresh perspective on their use. Ed also discusses his book, "The Delicate Fly Fisher," giving us a sneak peek into its various chapters that cover everything from fly tying to embracing the approach of small stream fishing.
In today's episode, the Dude Jeff Liskay chats with one of the best shallow-water fly anglers, Dave Hurley.
Jeff Liskay is back on the podcast to take us back into Steelhead Alley this year with some bonuses and a big trip! We talk about what you can expect for that trip to Steelhead Alley with me, Jeff Liskay, Rick Kustich, and a bunch of other anglers, and why you should be excited about it!