Josh Jenkins with a fat smallmouth from Michigan’s Lake St. Clair. Photo via Instagram
This week, I interview Josh Jenkins, Research and Development manager for Scientific Anglers. Josh, along with his crew, is responsible for all the cool new technology in fly lines. Floating lines are confusing because there are . . .
Guide Jamie Rouse on his home waters in Arkansas. Photo courtesy Rouse Fly Fishing
This week I interview Jamie Rouse, who runs Rouse Fly Fishing, the 2012 Orvis Endorsed Guide Service of the Year. It’s the second time he’s won such an award for superior service, as rated by our customers, as he was the 2007 Orvis Endorsed Guide of the . . .
Jeff LaBree out on the water during the Maine summer. Photo courtesy Jeff LeBree
A number of listeners have been asking for a show about landlocked Atlantic salmon, and for that I can think of no one better than a native Mainer. Jeff LeBree has been fishing for “landlocks” in his native state for over 50 years, and for 17 of those . . .
This week I talk to someone I have wanted to interview for a long time, about a subject that is long overdue—fly fishing the Texas Coast for redfish and speckled trout. Dave Hayward, manager of Swan Point Landing Fly Shop, was in a past life an Orvis . . .
In addition to your questions in the Fly Box, Tom is joined in the studio by Orvis News Editor, Phil Monahan. Tom and Phil discuss what makes a great fly-fishing video, touching on subjects such as the ideal length, the proper use of a GoPro. . .
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. . .
This week, a few people take me to task for not answering questions properly. (I have addressed them in this week’s podcast.) We also talk about nymph/adult size and color correlation in insects, how to carry a second rod, using poly leaders, whether keeping gear in. . .