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Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod take a trip to the dark side with Blake Harris, owner of Excelled Fishing Charters.The guys take a guided night fishing trip on Lake Taneycomo in Branson, Mo chasing big fish. The podcast is recorded in the boat fishing with guide Blake Harris. The same night Shags caught a 31" brown. Truly a fish of a lifetime. For more info: https://www.excelledfishingcharters.com/https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100077426786920Special Thanks To CZ-USA:https://cz-usa.com/Special Thanks To Living The Dream Properties:https://livingthedreamland.com/Special Thanks To Hunting Works For Missouri:https://huntingworksformo.com/Special Thanks To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:http://www.scenicriverstaxidermy.com/Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:https://www.facebook.com/DriftwoodOutdoors/https://www.instagram.com/driftwoodoutdoors/Email:email@example.com
With International Women's Fly Fishing Day held recently, for this latest episode of Ireland on the Fly, we wanted to speak to young Irish female fly anglers to find out about their love of fly fishing, how they got into it and what can be done to encourage more inclusivity in the sport. Almha McDonnell and Rebecca Moffitt McGinn have progressed from the Irish youths teams to currently fishing on the senior Irish Ladies fly fishing team and have a wealth of knowledge and insights about the sport and are still just in their 20s. They tell us about the importance of clubs in encouraging their early interest and how they quickly progressed onto youths and then senior international teams and how they hope they are recognised not just as female fly anglers but fly anglers instead. Rate, review and follow the show to keep up to date with all the latest Ireland on the Fly episodes on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Plus you can sign up for our newsletter on IrelandontheFly.com and get regular updates on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly.
Huntworth Gear pro-staffer, outdoor writer, and podcaster Tracy Breen reports on the new Huntworth HeatBoost cold weather clothing and offers advice for bowhunting from the ground. (tracybreen.com, huntworthgear.com) Eric Dodds, co-owner of Wild Water Fly Fishing, talks about his affordable, high quality fly fishing kits for beginners and experienced anglers. (wildwaterflyfishing.com) Missouri Department of Conservation fisheries management biologist Shane Bush tells the story of the world class trout fishing on Lake Taneycomo in Branson. (explorebranson.com, lilleyslanding.com, mdc.mo.gov/magazines/conservationist/) In the Madison Outdoors Report, Pappas Trading Post proprietor Randy Smith offers tips for October bowhunting for whitetails and tells how he and two friends scored on Wyoming pronghorns using a cow decoy. (pappastradingpost.com)
What comes to mind when you think of the word Gamefish? Do you imagine a big silver Tarpon? A tailing Permit? A big Brown Trout? Maybe a Golden Dorado? Or maybe a Giant Trevally? What sets these fish apart from an Alligator Gar, or a Bowfin, or a Black Drum or a Mullet? Who decides what's a trophy fish and what's a trash fish? Maybe it's time to give a little more respect to the fish that don't ever make it onto the magazine covers.
We're into the last few weeks of the salmon and trout season and for this week's Ireland on the Fly, we're joined by Peter Driver, founder of Piscari Fly in Kilkenny, and a highly accomplished trout angler who just recently captured the National River Championship. Peter talks to us about the importance of mindset and mentality in enabling him to capture the national title, plus he talks tactics for September river fishing and how the 2022 season went for him. Peter is also returning with his popular, weekly winter fly-tying on Facebook from 8th October so keep an eye out for those video demonstrations. Rate, review and follow the show to keep up to date with all the latest Ireland on the Fly episodes on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Plus you can sign up for our newsletter on IrelandontheFly.com and get regular updates on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly.
Can you imagine fishing in small pristine rivers where you have a chance to catch a Citation Smallmouth Bass, Trophy Rainbow and Brown Trout, and a huge Muskie all during the same trip? It is possible when fishing in Western Virginia with Appalachian Bronzeback Adventures. Rob England is the owner and head guide of this well established fishing outfitter with over 14 years of guiding experience in Western Virgina. The stars would have to be perfectly aligned to catch all 3 species in one day but it can be done. Contact Robat 704 467-5993 to book your next fishing adventure. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ted-johnson3/message
For this latest episode of Ireland on the Fly, we're focusing on, what some might say is a bit of an esoteric branch of the sport – tenkara - and the art of fishing on mountain streams with minimum line and no reel that first developed in Japan. So, what is it, how does one do it and most importantly, how relevant is it to Irish waters? David Anchell is a passionate fly angler in south Tipperary and knowing he was a keen advocate of tenkara, we decided to find out more from him and why it works so well on Irish mountain streams. Rate, review and follow the show to keep up to date with all the latest Ireland on the Fly episodes on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Plus sign up for our newsletter on IrelandontheFly.com and regular updates on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly.
This latest episode is a little bit different and a bit more far flung as I've recently returned from a week's fly fishing for sea-run Arctic char in Greenland and what an experience it was. You're going to hear from the local Inuit, the Danish chef, the German camp manager and the Welsh guide to get an insight into what made the trip so special and what it's like catching char in one of the remote fly fishing destinations in the world. Rate, review and follow the show to keep up to date with all the latest Ireland on the Fly episodes on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Plus sign up for our newsletter on IrelandontheFly.com and regular updates on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly.
Our guest today is fly fishing guide and good friend Mike Turnbull. We will discuss trout feeding habits, and some of the different feeding patterns of Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout. We will also discuss reading water and how fishing might not be in the “obvious spots.” Just a warning there is few more curse words than usual in this episode. The best way to book a guided trip with Mike Turnbull is to contact him directly through Instagram @turnbull403 Mike offers both fishing days and waterfowl hunts. Our Sponsors Orvis - For all your Fly Fishing, Upland Hunting and dog needs.https://www.orvis.com Diamondback Truck Bed Covers - Protect your gear with the toughest, most secure, truck bed cover. https://diamondbackcovers.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/faceless-fly-fishing/message
One key aspect of the Ireland on the Fly podcast is to also bring you information and insights into the different fisheries around the country and so, every few weeks we will be bringing you episodes focusing on fisheries from those who know them best.These fishery focus episodes will help anglers who are maybe thinking of visiting a new river or lough, to find out when it fishes well and where to get good information also And if you want your fishery to be featured on future episodes then you can get in touch with us on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly This episode is on the River Bandon in Cork and we speak to Jason Nash, who grew up fishing the river along with his father and grandfather and where he is now a guide and fisheries consultant as well.Keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly
The East Walker River, a legendary Brown Trout fishery in the Eastern Sierra of California is in need of your help. The CDFW imposed a new regulation that doubles the legal limit, allows barbless hooks, and closes the fishery during the winter. We have personally experienced the degredation of this fishery in the short time this reg has been imposed and are looking to change it to a realistic regulation that would protect the legacy of the fishery. A petition has been set forth by Jim Reid, Owner of Ken's Sporting Goods in Bridgeport, Ca that has a feasible and realistic approach to protecting the fishery by essentially mirroring the current regulation on the Nevada side of the river. Please listen in for details on the regulation change and how and where you can sign this petition to support a positive outcome for the fishery. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bearfish/message
Kyle and Kyle sit on the banks of the White River with Steve Dally of Dally's Ozark Fly Fisher to talk about all things hopper fishing aka. "throwing foam". Steve takes it beyond the basics and breaks down in detail the 5 ways to make you more effective while hopper fishing. Then after recording, we put away the mics and jumped in the boat with Steve at the helm to put these tips to use. We can personally attest if you do everything he says you will be more efficient, have more fun, and put more big brown trout on the end of your line. Peep the instagram if you don't believe it. The 5 tips. Your stance is your key. Keep everything in front of you and pick up to recast often. Strip in before you cast to make the best possible cast you can. Mend half the line as soon as your fly hits the water. Waaaaaaaaiiiiiit. Big thanks to Gary and Abe of Rim Shoals Resort for allowing us to film, record, and stay on their property during our trip. Support the show through our patreon: patreon.com/theozarkpodcast Instagram: @theozarkpodcast The Ozark Podcast is presented by Inland (@inland.us). Check out our website at www.inland-us.com for merchandise.
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/347 Presented By: Bearvault, Stonefly Nets, Togens Fly Shop, Dette Flies Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Tommy Lynch, the fish whisperer and one of the gurus of the streamer game, brings his A-game today. We discover why the baro above all variables seems to be one of the important things that he looks at - how to read water and where to put your fly. We also find out the difference in technique between fishing in clean and muddy waters. Ever since Kelly Galloup gave a shout-out to Tommy in episode 52, I've been counting the days to make this episode happen. Now the time has come. This is definitely going to scratch your itch for technical fly fishing. Lots of tips and tricks here. Show Notes with Tommy Lynch 08:10 - Tommy lives between Baldwin and Lexington Michigan in a town called Branch - there are about 100 trout streams within 100 miles of where he lives 09:40 - Steelhead in the Fall is pretty strong where 11:10 - Tommy describes how mousing under a full moon is like 13:00 - We talk about his original fly pattern, the Drunk & Disorderly 20:20 - Tommy talks about the "small water big fly streamers stuff" that he's been doing in the last 6 years 22:00 - Black flies work better on muddy waters and olive work great on clear waters 28:00 - Tommy uses Airflo lines 29:00 - Tommy states that "euro nymphing is a deadly terribly productive way to catch a fish on a fly and a poor way to learn how to fly fish" and he explains why 51:00 - Putting eyes on flies makes the trout want to bite the fly head first 57:15 - Tommy fished with Sex Dungeon a lot - a Kelly Galloup pattern. He used started with Stripped Leeches and Zoo Cougar for articulated flies 1:12:10 - He loves to taper down his leader 1:15:05 - For tippet, he uses 0-X when fishing the drunk 1:16:54 - Tommy is a Sage man through and through 1:29:00 - Tommy talks about how people make it to the black list 1:33:25 - The key to a successful day on the water is.. "bring some faith" 1:37:22 - Tommy describes the difference between a fisherman and an angler 1:44:30 - FullingMill.com is where you can get Tommy's flies Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/347
River Suir angler George McGrath got in touch about an issue that has energised him and many of you in the Irish fly fishing community in recent weeks in relation to weed growth in Irish rivers and lakes that has been as bad in living memory. So, what's going on? Who's responsible and more importantly, what can be done about it? George McGrath joins us to tell us what he has seen and fisheries scientist, Ken Whelan, gives his scientific explanation as to what is most likely the reason, plus who to contact and what pro-active measures can be taken to ensure that this problem does not go unaddressed. If you have seen similar weed growth and conditions that George McGrath has described, then get in touch with LAWaters.ie to start the investigation. Keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly.
Mac is the Southern Comfort Gentleman and Fly Casting Guru from below the Mason Dixon line. The Duane Allman of the cork and graphite that deep dives into every aspect of the sport with a passion and verve of a fly fishing Rasputin. Mac captures your undivided attention and karma that would make a southern preacher envious-and puts you into a trance of believing on how very deep and cerebral our fly fishing sport can get- the one and only!!!- MAC ATTACK- MAC BROWN! Host Matthew Supinski and guest look at strange places big browns live and love and the “fish in your backyard” trophies that often elude us. What tactics/conditions turn them on and their elusive behavior. The southern tailwaters, spring creeks and mountain waters produce some amazing brown trout fisheries and Mac is dialed into them religiously. Don't miss this one! #hallowedwatersjournal #hallowedwaterspodcasts #wildbrowntrout #flyfishing #Pennsylvaniawildtrout #montanawildtrout #salmotrutta #salmosalar #limstonespringcreeks #Perrycounty #yellowstoneriver #paradisevalleyspringcreeks #huntingbigbrowntrout #nativism #Germanbrowntrout #michiganbrowntrout #orvis #gloomisnrx #orvismission #abelreels #harelinedubbin #maxima #varivas #browntroutatlanticsalmonnexus #brorjonsson #ecologyofatlanticsalmonabdbrowntrout #ecology #troutmigration #MacBrownFlyFishing --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hallowedwaters/message
This is part two of the Native Fish Coalition podcast with Bob mallard and James Suleski. Their role is to protect, preserve, and restore native fish populations through stewardship of the fish and their habitats. This episode covers brown trout culture vs brook trout culture and the stocking of browns over brook trout and other native species with an emphasis on Pennsylvania. Rob, Bob, and Jim discus little support for brook trout habitat and why the need for the Native Fish Coalition. Produced by Jason Reif Native Fish Coalition Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today our destination is the Rio Chama in Northern New Mexico with author, guide, and fly shop owner, Taylor Streit, Taos Fly Shop. Wild and remote, the Chama is a great summer hike-in fishery with freestone and tailwater sections where anglers can get away from the crowds. Taylor gives a stem-to-stern rundown of the Chama and regales us with tales of commune living in the 1960s, eating jackrabbits, the last grizzly bear, tame elk, getting lost, catching “old Walter” the 26” Brown Trout, Taos Pueblo and the Northern New Mexico vibe. With host, Steve Haigh Pictures of the Chama and Taylor's top fly picks: @DestinationAnglerPodcast on Instagram and Facebook About Taylor Streit and Taos Fly Shop Taos Fly Shop: https://taosflyshop.com/flyguide/main Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube @taosflyshop Please check out our Sponsors: Angler's Coffee - elevating the coffee experience for the fly-fishing community & anglers everywhere with small-batch coffee delivered to your doorstep. https://anglerscoffee.com/ | Facebook & Instagram @anglerscoffeeco Trout Routes - the #1 Trout Fishing app, helping you find new trout water so you spend less time on the road and more time fishing. https://troutinsights.com/ | Facebook @troutinsights Instagram @TroutRoutes Destination Angler: The Destination Angler Website and Show Notes: http://destinationangler.libsyn.com/ Get updates and pictures of destinations covered on each podcast: @DestinationAnglerPodcast on Instagram and Facebook Join in the conversation with the @DestinationAnglerConnection group on Facebook. Comments & Suggestions: host, Steve Haigh, email email@example.com Available on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts Recorded June 23, 2022. Episode 70 Music on the show by A Brother's Fountain, “Hitch Hike-Man”. Podcast edited by Podcast Volume https://www.podcastvolume.com/
This week's guest is Garrett Fallon - someone who grew up in Ireland fishing the Boyne, Corrib, Deel and other rivers and lakes around the country but since the 1990s he has been in England working in publishing and design. The last few years however has seen him combine his love of fishing, writing and publishing to create the very popular fishing quarterly magazine, Fallon's Angler, which is dedicated to longform writing about every type of angling with the likes of Chris Yates and Kevin Parr featuring in each issue. Garrett is also the son of Niall Fallon, an Irish Times journalist who wrote the well-respected Fly Fishing for Irish Trout in 1983 and we speak to Garrett about his father's influence growing up, his own memories of fishing in Ireland and why Fallon's Angler has helped him find the soul of angling along the way.Keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly.
The mid-summer St Johns Eve celebrations at the end of June signalled the traditional start of the sea trout run in Ireland and if you've read Kingsmill Moore's A Man May Fish you'll get some idea of just how magical and plentiful the sea trout fishing in Connemara once was. So for this latest episode of Ireland on the Fly, we wanted to find out more about that time, what made it so special and just why it all collapsed so dramatically in the late 1980s and we spoke to Joe Creane, a lifelong Connemara fly fisherman who is now a guide on Lough Inagh. Keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly.
Hallowed Waters's Podcast host Matthew Supinski welcomes Pennsylvania environmental activist, blogger of the PA Wild Trout Network and PA/ MT fly fishing guide Richard as they discuss their love for big brown trout and the need for their protection. Brown trout life survival strategies of big spawning year-class fish, their need for protection during their migrations and niche predatory explorations from small streams to bigger rivers is explored in depth. The new trend in “Nativism” and the disdain for introduced/ non- native species like European brown trout is discussed and clarified candidly by host and guest. Don't miss this one if you love big brown trout! #hallowedwatersjournal #hallowedwaterspodcasts #wildbrowntrout #flyfishing #Pennsylvaniawildtrout #montanawildtrout #salmotrutta #salmosalar #limstonespringcreeks #Perrycounty #yellowstoneriver #paradisevalleyspringcreeks #huntingbigbrowntrout #nativism #Germanbrowntrout #michiganbrowntrout #orvis #gloomisnrx #orvismission #abelreels #harelinedubbin #maxima #varivas #browntroutatlanticsalmonnexus #brorjonsson #ecologyofatlanticsalmonabdbrowntrout #ecology #troutmigration --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hallowedwaters/message
It's summer and while brown trout anglers might be taking a hiatus and salmon anglers complain of low rivers, these summer months are an opportunity to escape to the ocean in pursuit of a different type of silver – that of the sea bass. Jason O'Riordan is a well known Dungarvan-based angler and guide with Mackenzie who throws a fly at pretty much anything that swims, including bass around the famous Copper Coast and he joins us on this week's show to tell us more about the bass and how to catch them.Don't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. Plus you can keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly.
On this episode of Dead Drifters Society, we sit down with Glenn Forge. Born, raised and well aged in the Cowichan Valley, Glenn is a recently retired trout bum & part time guide for Vancouver Island Flyfishing. Proudly supporting #keepemwetfishing.He grew up fishing the Cowichan River and surrounding waters for over 40 years and Steelhead and Brown Trout are his passion. He has seen a lot of changes to the rivers on Vancouver Island, most drastically the Gold River steelhead plight. He has been fortunate to have travelled and fished places like New Zealand for trout and the Bahamas for bonefish. We talk about it all. If you want to follow his adventures on Instagram check him out @cowichanfisherfollow me on instagram @deaddrifterssociety
To hear how the mayfly season went this year on Lough Sheelin, for this episode we spoke to Eamonn Ross from the Lough Sheelin Trout Protection Association. Eamonn describes it as a tough time for him on the lake with the better days coming at the start of the mayfly period while it was hard to get the trout to move for the fly, he says, unless it was right on them. Eamonn also talks about his memories of Sheelin from the 1980s to its current popularity and he explains why it is so special and magical for so many fly anglers, especially during the mayfly. Don't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. Plus you can keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly.
To celebrate and raise awareness of the recent #WorldEnvironmentDay the IFI's National Fisheries Habitat Development Manager, Declan Cooke, gave a webinar on ‘Habitat Restoration in Irish Rivers'.As a bonus episode for Ireland on the Fly listeners, this is the audio from Declan's webinar which you can also watch in full on the IFI's YouTube channel at:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAniQ2RZbBcDon't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. Plus you can keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram.com/IrelandontheFly.
Darren Maguire is not just a good angler, he's also the youngest captain of an Irish loughs team to date and for this episode, we spoke to Darren about his mentorship under his father, how he started guiding at the age of just 10 on Lough Melvin, and how his passion for the sport has remained undimmed since he first picked up a fly rod as a young boy.At 33, Darren represents the next generation of fly anglers in Ireland and it is his enthusiasm for the sport that should serve as an advertisement for getting more kids and youth involved in the sport.Rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from, plus you can keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com.
Fish with Jared Cady - www.bigskyanglers.com. Jared talks the techniques and holding water of Brown Trout and Rainbows in storied watersheds like Idaho's Henry's Fork and the Madison River. From the size of the flies to the species of bugs, listen as Jared talks one of the best trout fisheries on planet earth.
Plus we delve a bit into the why rather than just the how of salmon fishing…..Don't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from, plus you can keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram.
‘The mayfly is up' – the four words that spark excitement and magic in a fly angler's mind and it's that time of year when the mayfly is now up on the jewel of Irish lakes, Lough Corrib. So to get a taste of how the mayfly action has been so far this year and to find out why it's such an important time – both culturally and economically - for local communities, we're joined on this episode by Roy Peirce, the well-known angler, guide and owner of Grasshopper Cottage on the shores of the lake. Don't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from, plus you can keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com.
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/321 Presented By: Reyr Gear, Dette Flies, Bearvault, Jackson Hole Fly Company Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors In this episode, we're fly fishing Iceland. Sindri Hlíðar Jónsson, co-owner and head guide at Fish Partner, walks us through what it's like to fish over there. We hear about which species are the most targeted and what you need to prepare for. Find out why there are no public waters and fisheries in Iceland - how all are privately owned and by whom. We also hear about the new lodge they're working on that has five different fisheries within a 20 mins drive. Tim Cammissa told us about his awesome trip to Iceland in a recent episode. Today, we confirm with Sindri why. Check out Sindri's Top 4 Tips for Fly Fishing Iceland. Hit that play button and you just might have your next destination! Fly Fishing Iceland Show Notes with Sindri 03:30 - Sindri and I connected at the Fly Fishing Show in Denver 04:45 - Sindri grew up in the suburb town of Reykjavic 06:00 - Fish Partner started in 2013 and Sindri started guiding there right then 06:50 - The 3 main species in Iceland are trout, Atlantic salmon, and arctic char 07:30 - Early April and into May is the start of the season to fish for sea-run browns. Salmon runs start coming in late June, July, and August. Then the fall, they get another round of the sea-run browns. The season closes on October 20th 09:20 - The best sea-run browns are located on the Southeast Coast of Iceland called, Skaftafell 10:30 - Fish Partner is opening a new lodge in June which will be called, Battle Hill Lodge, located right on the banks of one of the smaller tributaries, Thvera 12:30 - Hottest temperature month is July. Their big issue is the wind because it gets really windy up there so casting can be a challenge 13:44 - Sindri recommends bringing both single and double-handed rods - 7 and 8 wt, 12 and 13 foot 15:45 - Fish Partner have about 25 guides working for them 17:30 - Prime time for Atlantic salmon in Iceland is in July 19:20 - There is no such thing as public water in Iceland - all of the waters there are leased to outfitters, angling clubs, or whoever the highest bidder is 23:10 - Sea trout numbers have gone way up and Atlantic salmon in the last 2 years have been disappointing. 15 years ago, sea-run trout was not considered a sport fish in Iceland - they were "trash fish" or food so they make about 5 to 10 runs to the ocean and live up to 25 years 25:00 - They usually just catch and release. But if people want to have fish for the table, they can take you to the high mountain lakes and they're packed filled with arctic char - taking a few for sushi or the grill is fine for the fishery 29:00 - They use flies like Mickey Finn and Black Ghost. For nymphs, Pheasant Tail works great 30:30 - Start by emailing Fish Partner and tell them what you want to do and what you want to catch - they will set up a trip and the itinerary for you. Choose whatever day you want to start and finish, if it's available on their calendar, they will make it happen 32:15 - Sindri states that they have more fish in Iceland than in Norway and Scotland but their salmon are smaller. Norway has big salmons 33:15 - Iceland has some of the biggest sea trout. The only place you could compare it to is Argentina 38:40 - The two biggest hatches in Iceland are caddis and midges 39:45 - Reykjavic alone has about 12 fly shops. All Fish Partner lodges have small fly shops 45:00 - Most of the waters in Iceland have waterfalls because it's mountainous over there - there are about 10,000 waterfalls there 50:00 - Iceland is only about 5 hours flight from the US 52:30 - Sindri says do not eat or buy farmed Atlantic salmon and he tells us why. North Atlantic Salmon Fund is an organization dedicated to saving the North Atlantic Salmon from extinction. 54:25 - Super Tinsel and Hitch Tube are some of Sindri's go-to flies Fly Fishing Iceland Conclusion with Sindri So there you go. If you want to catch some of the largest sea-run trout.. If you want to catch arctic char and Atlantic salmon.. If you want to have the water all by yourself without competition.. If you want to enjoy nature and get away from people.. If you want just a 5-hour flight and get to your destination.. Visit Iceland! Don't forget to bring your thickest jacket! And bring more of them. Thanks for listening! Comment below if you find this blog post helpful. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/321
Part of the “Indigenous, Introductions and Invasive's ” Series. Buckle your seatbelts and prepare for an intense couple of hours all you Salmonid saveurs and fellow Troutbum troubadours as Matthew Supinski, host and publisher of Hallowed Waters Journal and Podcasts; along with guest Bob Mallard take you listeners on a controversial, highly opinionated and riveting podcast that you surely can't afford to miss! If you love wild brook trout, wild brown trout and rainbows, form your own opinions as the two authors joust opinions about their passions and favorite fish, and what is the right thing in the bigger scheme of things. Have we become gods trying to manipulate the natural world in favor of what we love? Have we loved Brook Trout to death and put them on the highest pedestal of glory and worship? Are we being to virtuous and over-zealous when we eradicate other fish for the sake of what we think is pure and natural? Brook Trout were the poster child fish of the first French fur trappers, colonials and Native Americans – they came to worship and love them. But as indigenous North American Atlantic salmon are on the verge of threatened extinction, and native brook trout populations continue to plummet, are brook trout in climate change's favor? Can man's greedy appetite to develop wilderness sanctuary waters someday be the death knell for these amazing game fish? And where do Brown Trout and Rainbows fit in to the mix? Will the more these more aggressive and highly adaptable trout become our universal salmonids of the future? #hallowedwatersjournal #hallowedwaterspodcast #brooktrout #wildtrout #browntrout #rainbowtrout #flyfishing #Maineflyfishing #BobMallard #NativeFishCoalition #Squaretail #browntroutatlanticsalmonnexus #matthewsupinski #coasterbrooktrout #salterbrooktrout #selectivityflyfishing #selectivetrout #gloomisrods #orvismission #abelreels #harelinedubbin #anglersportgroup --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hallowedwaters/message
For this latest episode we speak to Stan McArt, a hugely successful loughs angler who has been capped 29 times for Ireland and at 78 is still going strong on the competition scene. Stan talks about some of the highlights from his competition days and how new techniques and tactics have emerged from the meeting of other teams and other fly anglers, including the day when he first fished boobies for a wild brownie in Ireland and the reaction it received. Stan's passion and love for fly fishing also shines through so strongly and he says he gets as excited still about a day's fishing as he did fifty years ago. Don't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from and you can also keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram @IrelandontheFly.
In this episode we go “Stalking Spring Creeks and Tiny Fusion Streams for Big Leviathan Browns” with big trout hunter and guest Dave Jensen, along with host /author Matthew Supinski explore spring creeks of the world and how to hunt and stalk big trout from every tactical venue. About the Guest- Dave Jensen , along with his wife Amelia are a Canadian videographer couple that travel the globe to hunt big brown trout on spring creeks from Patagonia to New Zealand. Their You Tube Channel is relished by tens of thousands of fly fishers that love nature, stalking trout and the beautiful world of fly fishing from a tactical and natural perspective. Our thanks to Satin Jackets for the use of Don't Worry The Hallowed Waters Journal Podcast is produced by Caleb Denman at Jupiter Sound in Comstock Park, MI #hallowedwatersjournal #hallowedwaterspodcast #flyfishing #springcreeks #browntrout #dryfly #nymphing #streamers #limestonespringcreeks #patagonia #newzealand #albertacanada #chile #davejensen #matthewsupinski #selectivity #browntroutatlanticsalmonnexus #orvis #gloomis #daiichihooks #abelreels #maxima #harelinedubbin --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hallowedwaters/message
Redneck Country - Season 3 - Episode 16 – The Elusive BROWN TROUT!! It's finally here!! Openin' Day ‘O' Trout!! We hunted ‘em, we caught ‘em and THIS is how we do it! It is the best kinda fishin' on the planet! You gotta hunt ‘em, find ‘em, hook ‘em and land ‘em! And it can be work – but oh so rewarding! Listen into the stories of how it went this year and find out how to do it yourself! Join Real Rednecks Todd Millard, Bill Thom and Don Millard around the campfire as they share stories afield that you can relate to and hopefully assist in improving your time and opportunities afield. Don't be shy in contacting us if you want to join us and share some funny stories, successes or even "learning opportunities" from your time afield! If you do, email firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook or even text Real Redneck Todd Millard @ 226-919-4092! Podcast Website - no app required - https://redneckcountry.podbean.com/ Intelligent Listen Link: https://link.chtbl.com/Redneck_Country_Podcast Apple iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/redneck-countrys-podcast/id1491855371 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/4rQulR94YdXOKAZEOT8jmv?si=23a4b4990f214083 iHeartRadio - https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-redneck-countrys-podcast-55295656 Google Play - https://play.google.com/music/m/I24rrsus2isv2n56kwurxmxagom?t=Redneck_Country_s_Podcast Castbox - https://castbox.fm/channel/id2522339?country=ca Deezer - https://www.deezer.com/en/show/753572 Blubrry - https://blubrry.com/redneckcountry/ Digital Podcast - http://www.digitalpodcast.com/feeds/96146-redneck-country-s-podcast #buildcommunity #itswhatwedo
Our guest on this episode is Amber Toner, a photographer, accomplished fly angler, Reddington brand ambassador and our sister in-law. We will discuss how Amber and myself hit the fly fishing scene together and our progression into more knowledgeable and experienced fly anglers. We will also talk about fishing tactics on brown trout streams, how to approach undercut banks and how not to spook fish. We will also talk about different threats to native trout and their habitat and what, we as anglers, can do to play our part in positively impact the fisheries. My favorite part about this episode is all the great stories form our times on the water together, including a story about a day in court! Follow Amber's fly fishing adventures and check out her premium imagery on Instagram @thebugparade If you enjoyed this episode please leave us a review! Our Sponsors Orvis- For all your Fly Fishing, Upland Hunting and dog needs. https://www.orvis.com Diamondback Truck Bed Covers- Protect your gear with the toughest, most secure, truck bed cover. https://diamondbackcovers.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/faceless-fly-fishing/message
Hey Folks, This was a treat. Captain is a solid man. We had a blast. He has some major plans. Give this a listen and book a trip! Our 2021 season was our best season since our establishment. The size of the fish remains to be a key topic. Our Steelhead fishing remains spectacular with plenty of fish and a lot weighing between 10 to 15 pound range. Salmon fishing continues to improve since the agreement to plant more salmon in Lake Michigan. Doubles are triples were of the norm during those twilight times of the day. Size of the King Salmon continue to be above average and a variety of age classes were caught each trip. Many personal bests were caught with us last year including a new boat record king salmon that toppled the scales at a whooping 30.10 pounds!!! _ Recently we have had a change of pace in regards of target species. We saw plenty of interest from our clientele to target Northern Pike, Brown Trout, and Steelhead which differed from our regular whitefish trips. Last ice season we saw some giant brown trout and boy where they fun to land through the ice. The Brown Trout we caught were between the 8 to 20 pound range. The Northern Pike are plentiful which can make a day pretty busy chasing one after another tip ups. Our ice house used as a warming center and to watch those sporting events you would normally miss while going fishing, you won't miss no more. So invite your friends and let's have a tailgate party chasing tip ups and watching the game! _ Thank you for tuning into another episode of Bucks of America Podcast brought to you by HHA Sports, VeteranIP, RPG Coffee, and Dangler Case. _ Click here for more Information https://linktr.ee/Bucks_Of_America_Podcast _ Use Promo Code: 'BUCKS10' for 10% off https://danglercase.com/ _ Please rate and review. _ Superepic by Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ #RPGCoffee #VIPArchery #outdoors #HHASports #hhausa #archery #BMAC #SBK #Hunt #Whitetail #RealPeopleGiving #outdoors #HideandSeekChampion #DanglerCase #NativeScents #HuntingGearDeals #SoundCloud #iTunes #PublicLandOwner #hhausateam22 #PodcastAddict #TunedIn #FieldtotheFork #Spotify #MountainManMedic #Hunting #bowhunting #VortexEdge #VotexOptics #Trauma Kits #IFAKs #backpacking #EDC #emergencymedical #FirstAid #hiking #ifak #lightweight #Medicalmolle #OutdoorsSportsman #Tourniquet #traumakit #BucksofAmericaPodcast
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/311 Presented By: Reyr Gear, LakeLady Custom Rods, Trxstle, Anglers Coffee Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Brian Kozminski, the headman at True North Trout, is here today to shed some light on fishing streamers for brown trout. We find out the best times to go fishing in Manistee River, MI. We talk about TFO rods - Brian tells us the types of rods he uses for each season and what are his go-to flies. We learn how we can help prevent these water invasive species from spreading, which is one of our primary responsibilities as anglers, if we want to keep our waters fishable and clean. We also learn what size of native browns we can take that is actually beneficial for the fish's population system. Brian shares his story of how he once became homeless and decided to turn his life around by doing what he loves - fly fishing. Now he's on top of his game, living the life he's called for. Very powerful story! Streamers for Brown Trout Show Notes with Brian Kozminski 03:23 - Brian tells a quick story of how he once became homeless, went to rehab, then turned his life around and pursued fly fishing 06:21 - The previous owner of True North Trout wanted to retire the blog page but donated it to Brian instead 07:40 - Brian talks about the Manistee River - streamer fishing goes from April to September 09:45 - Rick Pope from TFO was on the podcast at WFS 158 10:30 - Brian shares what's coming up for him in the next couple of months 11:26 - May and June are the best times to book a fishing trip with Brian - October is great because the river gets quiet. June 21 has the longest day of the year, the sun goes down at 10:30 pm to 11 pm 16:16 - Brian walks us through Manistee River fishing (April and May) - from M72 to M66, there's a lot of 'flies only' section water in there, and bring a drift boat. Above 72, you can bring a longboat. Below 66, the river gets larger and slower 18:11 - Brian uses an Adipose drift boat 26:30 - Brian talks about mousing in July and August 30:30 - We talk about streamers in the fall - from end of August to September, they do terrestrial fishing - mid September, trout key in on cinnamon ants 31:55 - September to October, a lot of people come to Michigan to catch 25-30 pound king salmon 34:40 - Brian uses a 9 foot TFO BVO (which is now replaced by LK Legacy) fly rod during spring. During summertime, he uses a 4 wt. If he's strictly fishing streamers, the Axiom II-X is what he prefers 42:29 - Brian was on the Meat Eater show - Das Boat 49:04 - We talk about Rock Snot, aka Didymo, a type of algae - how it destroys our waters 51:08 - There are over 200 invasive species in the Great Lakes area - Brian explains how we need to take this seriously and what we can do to prevent the spread of these harmful species 55:50 - We find out what's coming up for TFO 1:08:48 - Sex Dungeon and Circus Peanut are Brian's go-to flies Streamers for Brown Trout Conclusion with Brian Kozminski Brian Kozminski sheds some light on fishing streamers for brown trout. We found out the best times to go fishing in Manistee River, MI. We talked about TFO rods - the types of rods he uses for each season and his go-to flies. We learned how we can help prevent these water invasive species from spreading if we want to keep our waters fishable and clean. We also learned what size of native browns we can take that is actually beneficial for the fish's population system. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/311
Paul Procter, the well-known UK river angler, whom you might recognise from his regular articles in Trout & Salmon magazine joins us on the latest episode of Ireland on the Fly. Paul talks about his early fly fishing career as well as his tactics for early in the season on the rivers near him in Cumbria. We also discuss the cross-over between lough and river fishing as well as the special place that is New Zealand for wild brownies. Paul is also going to be speaking at the Irish Spring Angling Fair at Ardaire Springs at the end of this month with fly tying, fly casting and fly fishing talks all on at the fair. Go to ardairesprings.com for tickets and more information. Don't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from and you can also keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram @IrelandontheFly.
Great Lakes fishing advice this time on the Angler Qwest Podcast. Long time Angler Qwest Pro Staffer Dan Jordan of Team Angler Qwest talks about his recent walleye fishing adventures on Green Bay. Then he describes his upcoming trip to southern Lake Michigan off St. Joe to fish for coho salmon and brown trout. Dan describes why water temp is important in the early season and the affect of underwater currents and temperature breaks for anglers later in the year. He also talks about why he believes Angler Qwest is the ultimate fishing machine for big water, rivers and inland lakes.
This is a special live recording on the banks of the hallowed Pere Marquette River in Michigan at the new 1884 Fly Shop. Host/Guide Matthew Supinski comes back to the waters that were the subject of his first authored book back in 1995, “River Journal: Pere Marquette”, to interview the oldest, most talented and vibrant guide legend (80 plus years young)-Michigan's iconic Jac Ford, who still rows a boat everyday and has a new book filled with amazing trout stories, lethal tactics and incredible photography and fly patterns. The legendary Pere Marquette was the site of the first Western Hemisphere introduction of brown trout from Germany's Black Forest in the spring of 1884- hence the name for Dan' White's amazing new fly shop on its waters!...don't miss this podcast! Podcast Artwork by Igor Vinnik and Caleb Denman Engineered and Produced by Caleb Denman at Jupiter Sound Reasearch TAGS #hallowedwatersjournal #hallowedwaterspodcast #matthewsupinski #jacford #troutfishing #flyfishing #peremarquetteriver #dryflyfishing #mayflyhatches #matchingthehatch #michiganguides #steelhead #browntrout #rainbowtrout #baldwinmichigan #1884flyshop #danwhite1884flyshop #troutstreams #streamers #nymphfishing #riverjournal #groundzerobrowntrout #browntrout #blackforestbrowntrout #germanbrowntrout #michigantroutlegends #browntroutatlanticsalmonnexus #hexhatch #mousing #nightfishingfortrout #wetflies #softhackles #gloomisnrxrods #orvismissionspey #harelinedubbin #daiichihooks #maxima #anglerssportgroup --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hallowedwaters/message
Charter captain Dumper Dan Welsch reports the DNR has put 50,000 Chinook fingerlings in two net pens on the Sheboygan River and anglers are catching brown trout north of town. (dumperdan.com) Charter captain and hunting guide Eric Moltzan reports on the impact of severe weather events on waterfowl migration on the Mississippi River. (muddymissguideservice.webs.com, wiwf.org) Tick Terminator Brian Anderson offers advice for avoiding tick bites by spraying clothes with permethrin. (lymetickbughub.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports bass action is slow on Lake Mendota, but anglers are catching crappies on the Yahara River (dsbait.com)
Salmo trutta. It shouldn't be here. But it is. And last time I checked, not many of us are up in arms about it. Today I talk briefly about brown trout. Where they come from, why they're here, and why fly fishers are willing to give them the "non-native pass." There is so much to say about this fish species and how we pursue it with the fly. This episode might be an introduction to a well-loved quarry, or it might get you thinking a little bit more about the fish that we have swimming in our favorite rivers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With the rivers around Ireland having opened since St. Patrick's Day, this episode of Ireland on the Fly is with Tipperary's George McGrath of Gundog and Fly YouTube fame. George has fished for over fifty years on the River Suir and he gives us an insight into what works for him on the water, plus he laments how wet fly fishing has fallen out of vogue in recent years in favour of a culture of Euro nymphing and instant gratification. Don't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from and you can also keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram @IrelandontheFly.
If you've been following the Inland Fishery Ireland news recently you will be aware of their digital publication of the 1902 Cork Salmon Flies collection. These flies had been feared missing for over a century before the persistence and diligence of the late fly tyer and fly angler, Ted Malone, unearthed them in 2007 and was able to view them in person three years later. Now the IFI have brought the collection of flies to the public via a digital publication with plans to bring the trout flies from the same collection to light later in the year. We wanted to delve a bit deeper into the story to find out how the flies were rediscovered after over a hundred years and what is in the collection exactly and so we spoke to Shane O'Reilly from IFI who was involved in bringing the digital book together as well as Peter Kealey, a fly tier from Armagh, and friend of the late Ted Malone who was central to the Cork collection being recovered. You can view and download the digital book here: https://fishinginireland.info/2022/fishing-updates/new-book-brings-long-lost-treasure-of-irish-angling-to-new-generations-around-the-world/ Don't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from and you can also keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram @IrelandontheFly.
David McEvoy Fishery & Estate Manager at the Delphi Fishery joins us for this episode of Ireland on the Fly. It's a fascinating interview with someone who has a wealth of knowledge about salmon and also has some great insights into the success of the hatchery there. David talks about the early days of Delphi under the guise of Peter Mantle, the collapse of the sea trout runs and how the salmon hatchery helped to bring new life - and anglers - to the Delphi Valley making it the renowned fishery it is today. Don't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from and you can also keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram @IrelandontheFly. Pic: DelphiLodge.ie
Eleven Mile State Park is an expansive high-altitude grassland region of central Colorado. It is a prime location for ice fishing and anglers and writers consistently tout Eleven Mile's large reservoir for its outstanding fishing. In this podcast episode we learn about its history, unique species and fishery management outlook for one of the great angling opportunities in the state of Colorado. We'll talk with Bryan Johnson, the hatchery manager for CPW's Mt. Shavano Hatchery along with Tyler Swarr, the aquatic biologist who oversee's management of the fishery. Then we'll close with CPW Senior Aquatic Biologist Jeff Spohn, who provides us with some of the history on Eleven Mile and how it developed over the previous decades.
Shane Gallagher from the Drowes Fishery joins us on the latest Ireland on the Fly podcast as we get an early season salmon report from the Drowes. We speak to Shane about the first few weeks with springers being caught in January and February and we also discuss the effects of the lockdown on the fishery, as well as delving into the history of the Lareen estate and find out how about the blank days from the record books in the 1900s. Don't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from and you can also keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram @IrelandontheFly.
It's a new episode for 2022 and the well known guide and fly angler from Lough Corrib, Tom Doc Sullivan, has joined the podcast as co-presenter. Tom brings his years of trout and fly fishing expertise to the show and will also give us some of his insights and advice for lough and river fishing along the way too. For this latest episode, we're joined by Mike Keady, who hails from Galway and has been a former Irish international angler and team captain. With Lough Corrib opening for the season on 15th February, Mike and Tom discuss early season tactics as well as the flies and set-up to use. Plus, Mike delves into his time as a competition angler, detailing the work and preparation that goes into the elite level of fly angling and he also remembers some of the great wins the Ireland team had. Don't forget to rate, review and follow the Ireland on the Fly podcast on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from and you can also keep up to date on IrelandontheFly.com as well as on Instagram @IrelandontheFly.
Todays podcast we speak to a seasoned angler names Mike Graziadei who enlightens me into a few things about angling that feel I will keep with me forever. Relativity and the Age-less-ness of being outside. Have a listen. Mike also tells his story about catching a big brown trout on a dry fly and how that experience is unique and different from catching a steelhead. What's better? Who cares, they both are fun. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jprosscompany/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jprosscompany/support
Scotty and Matt Talk Fly Tying Innovation, Unique Fly Rods, Childhood Fishing Shenanigans, and More! "If you don't know Matt, then a) you're missing out and b) keep reading. If your car breaks down in the middle of the night then call Matt Callies; you'll hear his car start before he asks you where he's headed, and once he gets there chances are good that he will a) know what the problem is b) have the required tools in his truck to fix it c) notice that you'd get more out of your stereo if you'd let him give you the old amp he has just sitting in his garage and d) convince you that you should join him in heading out to the coast to swing up a salmon or two… after all, the flows are perfect, you're both awake already, he just tied up a dozen beautifully gaudy bugs and he has a client whose donut shop opens in a few minutes and they make the best maple bars… That is Matt. Don't try to keep up, just try to contribute where you can and enjoy one of fly fishing's most creative, generous, and all-around-good dudes." – From Matt's profile in This Is Fly Magazine
Pennsylvania makes the short list of the country's best fishing states. From legendary trout streams like the Delaware, Letort Run, and Spring Creek, to fabled smallmouth fisheries such as the Susquehanna, PA offers something for everyone. For a full-frontal assessment of angling opportunities in the Keystone State, we tap into the experience and expertise of Rick Nyles, owner of Skyblue Outfitters. Since 1999, Rick and his staff of elite guides have provided services across the state...so you can bet your bippy he has some fishing stories to share. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lauren-karnopp3/support Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices