This is Part 2 of an occasional series on the links between fly fishing and neuroscience. Read Part 1 here. We can be our own worst enemies. We can regret prior decisions or worry about the future almost without pause. It is all normal and is based on neuroscience. But, none of that seals our
A great way to kill time while you’re driving to and from water is to listen to podcasts. I follow quite a few blogs and subscribe to a number of podcasts, one of which the Reno Fly Shop produces. They recently interviewed Devin Olsen of Team USA. I really learned a lot about a great
Tom Rosenbauer’s podcast feed is a must-hear, in my opinion. I’ve learned so much from them. I’m re-listening to two of his podcasts, both on cold-weather fly fishing. There’s one that features noted fly tyer Tim Flagler (here) and second featuring John Herzer (here). Great stuff.
It’s true. I have a love affair with Montana. Wild fish, big fish, clean air, and truly amazing waters. I’ve had the chance to fish out there a few times, as I have family out there. I always come back with many incredible memories. So, I listened intently to an “Ask about Fly Fishing” podcast