This week, we talk about fishing in hot conditions, a timely topic given the weather we have had lately. In the Fly Box, we also talk more about fly lines for bass, when to change a dropper fly. . .
Rob Parkins is an expert on stream-access laws.
Photo courtesy Rob Parkins
Stream Access Now! is the title of a very useful guide produced by Backcountry Hunters and Anglers (available on their website or on the Orvis Fly Fishing Learning Center), which gives you the stream-access laws for all 50 states, plus some fascinating . . . Read More
Tom shows off a fine Bitterrot brown trout with guide John Herzer of Blackfoot River Outfitters.
Photo courtesy Blackfoot River Outfitters
This week, the main event is a chat with John Herzer, owner of
Blackfoot River Outfitters and one of the savviest anglers and guides I know. John talks about late-fall and winter fishing in the. . . Read More
Felipe Rodriguez knows more about Cuban fly fishing than almost anyone.
Photo via Facebook
In this week’s podcast, I was honored to have Felipe Rodriguez in the studio. Felipe is the head guide for the Orvis trips to Cuba, . . .
Peter Jenkins is an albie addict from Rhode Island.
Photo courtesy The Saltwater Edge
I’m just back from a wonderful trip to Cape Cod fishing for false albacore with my old friend
Capt. Tony Biski and have been wanting to do a podcast with Peter Jenkins from The Saltwater . . . Read More
Jason Cotta shows off a Klamath River steelhead.
Photo courtesy Jason Cotta
In this week’s podcast, we continue our series on steelhead fishing by going into even more detail on demystifying the terms used in two-handed casting, when to use a Spey or a switch. . .
Longtime Great Lakes guide Greg Senyo and his then biggest steelie ever, a 17-pounder.
Photo courtesy Greg Senyo
For this week’s podcast, we have an interview with author, guide, fly designer, and master steelheader
Greg Senyo, who grew up in the Steelhead Alley region along the southern tier of. . . Read More
This week, we had lots of great questions in the Fly Box because I have not done a podcast in a few weeks—so there were lots of good ones in my inbox. We talk about using the Non-Slip. . .
This week, I have the pleasure of interviewing our CEO, Perk Perkinswho, as you know if you listen to the podcasts, is a big leader and tippet geek. He also has strong opinions on floating. . .
In this week’s podcast, we were fortunate to have Bob Irvin, president and CEO of American Rivers, in town for a visit. Bob and I got to chat about their “10 Most Endangered Rivers” list for. . .