After a hiatus for family vacation, a trade show, a tarpon trip, and just plain sloth and procrastination, we finally have a new podcast and it’s a long one, well over an hour. In the podcast we talk about keeping hold of big brown trout, big browns chasing hooked fish, rusty hooks, broken hooks, and dubbing problems. Quite an eclectic mix. The main part of the podcast is “Five Reasons for Breaking Out of Your Comfort Zone” and I think you’ll be surprised at some of the benefits of trying new places and new techniques. There is a bonus feature of Big Pete Kutzer explain Tom’s big casting mistakes on long casts with big rod—hopefully pointing out my problems will help you as well.
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15 thoughts on “Podcast: Five Reasons for Breaking Out of Your Comfort Zone”
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Hmmm. After 43 minutes and 20 seconds, it seems like the podcast abruptly stopped without any ending. But what I heard up to that point was good.
Sorry Dave! Responded to you on FB also – this is fixed now.
Odd … website says that the mp3 is not available.
Albert, we’re so sorry. Slight technical difficulties yesterday. Recording is working now!
Dead link…Error 404: Not Found
So sorry! Link is fixed now.
Yea…. Back to the “posting a podcast” drawing board.
Link is fixed – sorry about that!
Agree with the above posters. The hosted link isn’t working.
Sorry about that Joshua – the link is now working!
We understand all your other activities, including family vacation, and will not buy fly fishing gear from other vendors while waiting for the next podcast. Well, maybe some of us will. But we understand, and we’ll still eagerly anticipate the next podcast, no matter how long it takes.
What we do have trouble with is how the time period from June 19 to August 5 is only 4 weeks…
Keep up the good work.
Just FYI for everyone, this link still doesn’t work on Opera (if you’re using that browser). Seemed to work just fine in Safari.
Thanks for letting us know Joshua!