This week I’m joined by my friend Kevin Hospodar. We had a fantastic chat about his young start to fishing, how to work in fish, how to get in trouble, tying flies, being a reel connoisseur, adventuring with the kids, a love for Sage Brush bags, conservation, kids’ soccer, and the dark reality of time […]
On this week’s episode I got to have an amazing chat with Tracy Allen. We talked about how he started fishing, guiding, how he jumped into spey, building boats, the four facets of fishing, the state of steelhead, the Clearwater and The Red Shed, more boats, a united voice in conservation, the confusing world of […]
This week I got to have a great talk with Gian Lawrence. He discussed how he started fly fishing, his love for cooking, making a movie, inspecting ships, sea run cutthroat, fishing with kids, the struggles of casting with an audience, and the convenience of river-side restaurants.
Today I’m talk with Kirk Blaine of Native Fish Society all about the draft for the Rogue’s South Coast Multi-Species Conservation and Management Plan. We discuss how it got started back in 2018, data and monitoring issues in previous drafts, concerns with the current draft, the upcoming meeting on 15th, and how easy it will […]
This week I got to sit down and talk with Bill Bakke and Dave Moskowitz. We had a really great talk about how Bill got started fishing, the need for a coast wide conservation voice, the impressive success of wild chinook on the Clackamas, the state of activism, the ecosystem of politics, so much more […]
Conrad Gowell is joining me this week and we had an excellent talk. We discussed DIY flys, the massive ecological effect of dams, woodcuts, snorkeling, the language of fishing culture, fish trap systems, and reasonable demands of Santa.
This week I’m joined by David Reid. We got to talking about his initial slow start to fishing, a love of surfing, grandparents, how he started rod building, tapers, bamboo, and a strange lack of ocean in Idaho.
This week I got the chance to speak with Peter Donahower and Tracy Buckner. We had a blast going over how they each started fishing, working in a hatchery, art and influences, the moral dilemma of steel heading, working for native fish society, hunting, and Valerie.
This week I’m joined by John Hazel, of Deschutes Angler, and Jeff Hickman, of Fish the Swing. We get right into it about the massive temperature changes on the Deschutes since the installation of the mixing tower, the ecological effects that has had, the importance of the deschutes for the rest of the Columbia, the […]
I got to talk to filmmaker Shane Anderson this week. We talked about his early start to fishing, professional skiing, the film industry, Burkheimers, the difficulties of telling your story, dam removal, mental clarity in fishing, and what I need to know before jumping into river snorkeling.
This week I’m joined by Kirsten Kinsman for our first in person recording in over a year. We discussed her first time fishing, discovering steelhead and her first solo one, learning to row, trout fishing, the condensed time of COVID, and being outfished by children. As this is our first episode back in-person, we of […]
This episode I’m speaking with Tim Arsenault of Bridge Fly Fishing. We talked about choosing fishing over school, fly shops, being ruined by spey casting, designing Bridge lines, line tips(pun intended), and a divine muse.