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
Fly fish 52 rivers over a year? Well, an angler recently did that. Shelley Walchak quit her job, bought a mini-camper, and fished multiple times a week for an entire year. She did a ton of research and targeted a different river each week for a year. I recently heard about it via the “Ask