Category Archives: Podcasts

Author Music: “The Hatch Is On”

If you’ve heard of Chris Santella, it’s probably because of his popular “Fifty Places” books (Fifty Places to Fly Fish Before You Die, Fifty More Places to Fly Fish Before You Die, Fifty Places to Play Golf Before You Die, …

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Podcast: Aaron Adams on Saltwater Tides

Tom Rosenbauer interviews Dr. Aaron Adams, director of Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, who talks about the science behind tides and suggests ways that fly fishers in particular can use tide predictions to have more success in saltwater. Tom also offers …

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Rosenbauer: 12 Tips for Difficult Rises

“There are many tips to finally fooling a difficult riser, and surprisingly few of them involve choosing the correct fly,” says Tom Rosenbauer in his newest podcast. (Direct download)

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Podcast: Waders, Teaching, and “Hiding Gear from Your Spouse”

Pete Kutzer and Brett Ference of Orvis answer several FaceBook-generated questions from listeners, including: How should a beginner go about choosing waders? Is 7 years old too young to start a child fly fishing? and How do you best hide …

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Podcast: Getting Kids and Teens into Fly Fishing

In his latest podcast, Tom Rosenbauer offers a “10-step plan for getting a kid into fly fishing.” “Number One: Get them into fishing first, particularly with younger kids. There are other ways of fishing that are easier than fly fishing. …

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Podcast: 12 Tips for Summer Dry-Fly Fishing

Tom Rosenbauer begins by talking about rod actions, line sizes, sunscreen, and high water, then offers several tips for summer dry-fishing. “Summer is the prime time for dry flies, for some reasons I’ll get into. And I’ve got 12 tips …

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Podcast: More About Hatches (and Three-Fly Rigs)

In his latest podcast, Tom Rosenbauer offers tips on cork handle maintenance and follows up on a previous podcast with suggestions on hatches and how to deal with them, focusing on how to collect insect specimens and what to do.  …

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Podcast: “Ten Steps from Novice to Intermediate”

In his latest podcast, Tom Rosenbauer talks about “taking the next step in fly fishing” and describes the several things you can do to move beyond the beginner stage. Tip number one? “Fish More. Now, we can’t all go on …

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Podcast: Rosenbauer’s Top Ten Tips for Matching the Hatch

Tom offers tips on “fishing the post-flood,” observations on the color red in flies, and fishing during small windows of time before moving on to several suggestions for matching the hatch. Excerpt: “I think it’s probably important for the trout …

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Podcast: Preparing for a Day on the Water

Tom Rosenbauer’s latest podcast includes a suggestion that green may be the best color for a parachute fly, notes on reel seats, and an explanation of how experience anglers get ready for a day on the water. “Tip Number Two: …

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