In the podcast this week, I have the pleasure of interviewing my old friend and co-worker Bill Reed on stillwater trout fishing. We get requests for stillwater podcasts regularly, but honestly I’m not very good at fishing lakes and ponds for trout fishing and just don’t do it enough. Bill gives us his top 8 tips for stillwater fishing, and whether you are an expert at this discipline or just thinking about it, you’ll get a lot our of this podcast.
In the Fly Box this week, we ramble about night fishing, streamer fishing, how to organize your fly box, how to catch fall landlocked salmon, dry/dropper combinations, wire leaders, parachute hackles, and landing fish in the weeds.
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First of all I would like to thank Orvis and Mr. Rosenbauer for all that they do to provide education to those of us who are just coming into fly fishing for trout as well as other species. It has been a tremendous source of information for me, especially when I landed my first rainbow all on my own. I would like to get your advice on what fly’s and sizes I should consider using for brook trout in the Smokie’s during the coming fall and winter seasons. Love the availability of these PODCASTs . Thanks in advance.
Great podcast . . . . thanks
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Great podcast, thank you for the tips, using your advice in New Zealand and British Columbia!