We love podcasts, especially fly fishing podcasts. Podcasts range from interviews to sharing of fish tales. We’ve collected some of our favorite podcasts and shared them below. Enjoy!
How to find hidding fishing spots?
Have you run out of fishing locations? If you are like me then you have. The same spot gets old or overrun` at a certain time of year.
You hound fishing shops and fisherman about new places. Rarely do those conversations result in accurate information.
Thanks to technology, finding new places to fish is easy. You can do all of it from an app that many of you have on your phone and use weekly if not daily.
In this episode we speak with Erik Thue of Catch and Capture. Erik is a professional guide in Hayward, Wisconsin, the musky capital of the world he has started his guiding and photography business Catch and Capture. He walks us through how to find and land the fish of ten thousand casts, the Musky. Join us to hear his secrets.
I am very pleased to welcome Bill Oyster of Oyster Bamboo to the podcast. Bill is a full-time career bamboo fly rod maker with a workshop in Blue Ridge, GA.
Bill has been commissioned to make rods for many of the world’s top anglers including President Jimmy Carter.
This episode we have Henry Cowen is fly fishing guide out of Georgia. He spends his winters guiding for Striper and his summers in search of Carp.
In this episode we speak with Henry about Carp. How to find them, what to use and the best tactics to use to get them to bite. Enjoy!
Gary Borger has been a fly fishing idol of mine ever since I put in his VHS tape of fishing streams approximately twelve years ago. I was new to the fly fishing scene and soaked up every bit of his methodical approach to catching fish.Gary is an amazing fly fishing instructor, teacher, and storyteller. I was able to catch Gary between flights and fly fishing events.He was generous enough to take time out of his busy schedule to answer a couple of questions pertaining to his involvement and success in fly fishing.
Bill Oyster of Oyster Bamboo
Bill Oyster runs an amazing shop, Oyster Bamboo, where he makes custom bamboo fly rods and teaches others his craft. He has been sought out for his expertise on making some of the best handmade bamboo fly rods.
Bill was generous enough to take time from creating beautiful bamboo rods to tell his story.