Updated post: I posted this first in Jan of 2018 and now we are moving into 2020. I want to leave this post live so you appreciate with me what we have created now that we are over 100 episodes!
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Original Jan 2018 Post:
I just couldn’t wait!
In the process of getting the show ready to go this week, I ended up publishing a few episodes on itunes ahead of time.
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We will still have the big launch for everyone on Jan 15th, but the show is live now.
The first few episodes I published were already on youtube already, but come Jan 23rd they will all be brand new – starting with Trey Combs.
I just recently interviewed Trey Combs who shared a ton of information on what he’s been up to lately and also his history and contribution to steelhead fly fishing.
Here’s a short taste of the show notes from the interview I just completed with Trey Combs. These are a few of the highlights and points Trey covers but can’t take the place of listening to Trey directly.
Highlights from episode 006 with Trey:
- Ted Trublood was the person who showed Trey his first steelhead.
- Jim Green worked at Fenwick in the early days and provided Trey his first rod.
- Dave notes an article on 13 steelhead lost
- Thompson River Steelhead decline
- The Steelhead Trout – The first book published by Frank Amato
- Forest and Stream – The magazine Trey used to get a lot of his information for his first books.
- Blue Water Fly Fishing book
- 32:00 – The Atlantic Salmon by Lee Wulff – This book transitioned steelhead fishing into another level.
- Harry Lemire was a big influence for Trey
- Greased Line Fishing
- The Night Dancer – One of Trey’s favorite flies for summer steelhead.
- Steel Flash Flies – Trey’s new pattern with red eyes that has high visibility.
- Trey provides a great tip to focus on one run and learn that run very well as opposed to floating many miles and fishing each run just a little.
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