Tag Archives: fly-fishing podcasts

Podcast: Science-Based Tips for Catch and Release, with Sascha Danylchuk


Written by: Phil Monahan

Sascha Danylchuk takes a scientist’s perspective on C&R.
Photo courtesy Sascha Danylchuk

My guest this week is Sascha Clark Danylchuk, science advisor for KeepEmWet Fishing. Sascha is an angler and a scientist who has studied the effects of various catch-and-release techniques . . .

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Podcast: Late-Season Smallmouths, with Mike Schultz


Written by: Phil Monahan

Mike Schultz shows off a bruiser bronzeback.
Photo courtesy Mike Schultz

Do you stop fishing for smallmouth bass when summer ends? If you do, you could be missing the best bass fishing of the year and the chance at your biggest smallmouth. Mike Schultz–of . . .

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Podcast: When you Catch and Keep, with Steven Rinella, a.k.a. the MeatEater


Written by: Phil Monahan

Steven Rinella with an Alaska salmon ready for the cooler.
Photo via Facebook

This week, I have a fun discussion with Steve Rinella of the “MeatEater” podcast, TV show, and book. If you’re a diehard catch-and-release-always angler, you may want to pass this . . .

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Podcast: Late Summer Terrestrials, with Jenny Mayrell-Woodruff


Written by: Phil Monahan

Jenny on her new home water–Montana’s Rock Creek.
Photo courtesy Jenny Mayrell-Woodruff

This week I have the pleasure of interviewing Jenny Mayrell-Woodruff—the Orvis-endorsed Freshwater Guide of the Year for 2018. Jenny has recently relocated to Montana to run a lodge . . .

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Podcast: Fly Fishing with Your Family, with Derek Olthuis


Written by: Phil Monahan

Derek Olthuis with a stunning bull trout.
Photo courtesy Derek Olthuis

This week, Orvis Ambassador Derek Olthuis and I talk about fishing with your kids and family. Derek has three young children, and he fishes as much as anyone I know, so he has some great tips . . .

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Podcast: Now or Neverglades, a Project Update with Eric Eikenberg


Written by: Tom Rosenbauer

These vital waters need our help.
Photo courtesy The Everglades Foundation

In this week’s podcast, my guest is Eric Eikenberg, CEO of The Everglades Foundation and our major partner in this important conservation effort. For the past few years, Orvis has taken a . . .

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Podcast: Advanced Nymphing Techniques, with George Daniel


Written by: Phil Monahan

George Daniel shows off a brown trout from one of his Pennsylvania home waters.
All photos courtesy George Daniel

This week, my guest on the podcast is the great George Daniel, one of the finest anglers in the world and a wonderful teacher. George is also refreshingly un-dogmatic, and even though he is an . . .

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Podcast: Hunting for Permit, with Will Benson


Written by: Phil Monahan

Capt. Will Benson has spent years perfecting his permit tactics.
Photo courtesy Capt. Will Benson

This week, I have a chat with noted permit guide and film maker Capt. Will Benson. We discuss the idea of an angler as athlete, and how he and some of his clients prepare for big permit . . .

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Podcast: Fathers and Mentors, with the Original “Most Interesting Man in the World,” Jonathan Goldsmith


Written by: Phil Monahan

Tom and Jonathan Goldsmith at Orvis HQ in Sunderland, VT.
Photo by Tucker Kimball

In this week’s podcast, I interview a very interesting man. In fact, he is the original Most Interesting Man in the World, Jonathan Goldsmith, who is a lifelong fly fisher and not only an interesting guy, . . .

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