Podcast: The Seven Deadly Sins of Nymph Fishing, with Josh Nugent

[Interview starts at 38:38]

Josh Nugent of Out Fly Fishing in Calgary has been doing a series of “Seven Deadly Sins” podcasts with me over the past couple of years, and this one is chock-full of great advice. Josh is a very preceptive angler and thinks deeply about how flies behave in the water and how trout react to them. In the interview, we go off on a number of tangents—all interesting and all about nymph fishing—and all of them with great advice on how to make your indicator-nymphing game more fun and productive.

Previous installments:

Josh Nugent with a gorgeous Alberta cutthroat.

In the Fly Box, we have some great tips and questions from listeners, including:

  • A terrific tip on why tying tube flies is a great way to get kids started.
  • What kind of other storage systems does Tom use around his roll-top desk?
  • Where can I learn more about fly fishing for largemouth and smallmouth bass?
  • What do you suggest for preventing cutoffs by chain pickerel?
  • Can I use sitka or axis deer, antelope, or goat hair for fly tying?
  • A great tip on replacing wing cases on smaller nymphs with a drop of UV cure resin.
  • Should I use my leader straightener?
  • Can I do longline French/Spanish nymphing with a two-handed rod?
  • How can I locate pinhole leaks in my waders?
  • How do older series of rods compare to the modern ones?  What is better about the more recent models?
  • I know your higher-end rods are made in Vermont, but where do the components come from?
  • Why do Americans shoot and kill birds?
  • What is a good two-line rotation for streamer fishing in Michigan?
  • I kept my fiberglass rod in a hot car, and now I notice it has a kink in it. Could the hot car have been the reason?

One thought on “Podcast: The Seven Deadly Sins of Nymph Fishing, with Josh Nugent”

  1. How interesting this podcast is! btw you can download and hear many podcast from some apps on Apkfun.com right on your android phone easily.

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