We have a special edition of my quiz this week to celebrate the release of the Orvis Fly Fishing App for Android devices, also available for iPhone. All the questions were taken from the app. We have a couple of knot videos in this quiz. A lot of fun.
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Last week we ran my first trivia quiz (if you have not yet taken it, you still can, here)and the response was fantastic. Let’s see if you do as well on this one. Click on the banner with my picture, below and good luck!
As Tom was sitting down to tape this episode we got an email from a listener that made us all smile regarding his daughter, April’s first fly (see her work below!). Tom reads it in this episode and it was good timing as in this edition Tom lays out the basics of what you need to get into fly tying as a great addition to your fly fishing experience… but don’t get into it thinking you’re going to save money on flies!
Good lighting, a comfortable seat, reading glasses and this podcast episode are a great start to a rewarding, lifelong hobby.
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So, you think you know your stuff? Take my quiz by clicking the banner below and let’s see how you do. Challenge your friends to beat your score. We’ll post the cumulative results next week. No Google cheating!
In the most recent episode of The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast, I have three tips for fly fishing for steelhead; location, timing and presentation. Since it is not as important, I threw in half a tip on tackle. Did I leave anything out? Have more questions? Let me know by leaving a comment in the comments section.
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What is your favorite time of year for saltwater fly fishing? For Tom it’s in the fall. In the most recent episode of The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast, Tom has some great tips on how to avoid crowds, read bird behavior and present your fly for the best experience on the water.