This week I got the chance to speak with Simon Gawesworth. We had a great time discussing growing up along side a fly fishing school, traditional rods in the UK, working with Rio, the trials and tribulations of moving, the joy of teaching, and how he got started fishing with Goldfish. https://w… Become a member […]
I had an amazing talk with Mark Sherwood for this week’s show. We discussed everything, how he got started fishing, the fun of difficulty, language immersion, Native Fish Society, the importance of local advocates for rivers, all sorts of conservation efforts, and just a teeny tiny bit about white water. All that and we have […]
I got the chance to talk to Joe Rossano for this week’s episode. While our conversation may have been abruptly cut short by an ice storm we still got to discuss his love for small stream fishing, painting, nostalgia for “the good’ole days,” the trials and tribulations of engraving, his latest work, WWII pilots, and […]
This week I’m joined by Jake and Jesse Dodd. We got to talking about how they both started fishing, switching to spey, making dreams come true at Simms, being trout spoiled, a plague of party barges, and the most dangerous game……mushrooms.
This week I’m talking with Rick Kustich. We discussed Montana fishing trips with his brother, Great Lakes fly fishing, his many books, Muskie fishing, the fun of shorter rods, the creative process, and bears and BC.
I got a chance to talk with Brian Silvey for this week’s show and we had a great talk. We discussed his early start to fly tying, guiding, designing rods and developing lines, fly preferences, boats, and some fun steelhead stories.
This week I’m joined by John Shewey, Editor in Chief of American Fly Fishing. We had a great discussion about just about everything, including his first fly, chukar hunting, the importance of public lands, diversifying your work, the morality of fishing, the mysteries of hummingbirds, and how to kill a book.
It’s a new year and The River Rambler is back at it. I’m joined by Steven Bird this time around and we got to talking about The Soft Tackle Journal, DIY leaders, fishing with his Grandfather, the issue with hero shots, and being the “Bad-Boy” of fishing in the third grade.
I’m joined by Bob Clay of River Watch Rod’s this week. We had a great time discussing his introduction to steelhead, building a house, building rods, fishing and family, and the fun of bamboo.
This week I’m joined by James Millard to about OPST, how he started fishing, knee replacements, the difficulties of fishing and filming, and the powerful potential of fly fishing on TikTok.
I got a chance to speak with Dave Stewart, of the Wet Fly Swing podcast. We discussed the popularity of nymphing, 2020, dories and drift boats, and the sacred art of podcasting.
This week I got to talk with my friend Jeff Kennedy. We covered just about everything you can think of including, drawing flies, drift boats, gymnastics, studying art, and the effectiveness of visual aids in an audio format.