In this week’s podcast, we explore the world of small stream trout with 5 detailed tips (mainly because I was too lazy to organize more–actually there are probably about 20 tips included) that cover everything from what rod to use to how to find your own small stream.
There are tens of thousands of tiny trout streams in the United States, many of which never get fished or are fished infrequently, so it’s a great place to get solitude and return to the essence of fly fishing. I also introduce two new items to the podcast, and we’re looking for your feedback on these: a selected book of the week and “products you might have missed”, a short section on handy fishing products that you might not have heard about. And, of course, we answer several questions in our popular “Fly Box” section
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Tom, the podcasts has given me many hours of enjoyment, and increased my knowledge of fishing tremendously. I also enjoy the
product information, all this has greatly cut down my learning curve.
I enjoy blue lining, and fish the Chattahoochee near where it starts in North Georgia, the Toccoa River, and Western North Carolina. When I get to the larger part of the Chattahoochee to the French Broad, the wheels just seem to fall off… Oh well!
I little back ground on me, I am 59 years old and live just outside the metro Atlanta area in Powder Springs. I have always been a bait fisher and have dabbled with a fly rod but now really turning my efforts in that direction.
Look forward to meeting you in Atlanta at the Orvis store, and going
to the film festival, have a safe trip!