Podcasts

Podcast Roundup

This week's Podcast Roundup features a classic conversation about how trout "think," an annual airing of grievances, and stories about chasing the world's toughest fish. If you have a podcast you'd like to see featured here, please let us know! Orvis Podcast: How Trout Think In this classic episode of the Orvis podcast, Tom Rosenbauer sat down with Dr. Russ...

Podcast Roundup

This week's Podcast Roundup features a show about Reeling in Serenity, setting the hook, and reflecting on how you prepare for a fly fishing trip. As always, if you have suggestions of great podcasts you'd like featured here, let us know! Articulate Fly: Reeling in Serenity Marvin Cash, host of the Articulate Fly, sat down with Sylvia and Ian Huron to talk...

Podcast Roundup

There are tons of great fly fishing podcasts out there, and each week here at MidCurrent, we'll highlight some of the newest releases. We'll do our best to add variety to which shows we highlight, but if you have suggestions for shows that we should share with our readers, please let us know! Orvis Podcast: Fishing for Alternative Species in the Rockies On...

Orvis Podcast: All About Polarized Sunglasses

I was on a fishing trip a few years ago (is there any other kind of trip?) and realized, after rigging up, that I'd forgotten my sunglasses at home. I told my buddies to hit the water, while I headed back to the nearest gas station. I refused to fish without polarized sunglasses. Without them, I can't see my flies, and I can't see the structure of the river...

Orvis Podcast: Delayed-Harvest Streams

For a few states back East, fisheries managers use a "delayed harvest" on some streams to help increase the size of trout in those waters, and to offer a fishing location where live bait usually isn't permitted. Fishing these delayed-harvest streams can mean you need to use different tactics, which is the focus of this most recent episode of the Orvis...

Orvis Podcast: What to Tie On First

In this most recent episode of the Orvis podcast, Tom Rosenbauer sat down with Tim West, 2024's Orvis-Endorsed Outfitter of the Year. Tim shares some of his strategies to help anglers decide which flies they ought to tie on first when heading to the water. You can find the entire podcast here.

Orvis Podcast: This May Save Your Life

The most recent episode of the Orvis podcast features a conversation between Tom Rosenbauer and Ralph Cutter. Cutter is a lifelong angler who has decades of experience in whitewater situations, as well as performing water rescues. He shares tips on what to do if you fall in while wearing waders (including an observation that we've been taught how to handle...

Hatch Magazine Launches "Reading the Water" Podcast

Longtime Hatch Magazine contributor and author Tim Schulz is hosting a new podcast (presented by Hatch) dubbed "Reading the Water." This podcast will focus on "literature, art, adventure, and conservation," according to Hatch.  "Over the first few months, guests will include writer and conservationist Hal Herring; author, poet, professor, and guide...

Orvis Podcast: How To Preserve Native Trout

Ted Williams joined Tom Rosenbauer on the most recent episode of the Orvis podcast to talk about preserving native trout. Ted is a sometimes outspoken environmental writer, and recently wrote a series of stellar articles about glyphosate and native trout here at MidCurrent. The conversation Ted has with Tom centers around using rotenone to remove nonnative...

Orvis Podcast: All About The Henry's Fork

On the most recent episode of the Orvis podcast, Tom Rosenbauer sat down with Brandon Hoffner to talk all about the Henry's Fork. Hoffner is the executive director of the Henry's Fork Foundation, which works hard to manage and preserve the fishery as it faces a myriad of environmental problems. You can listen to the podcast here.