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Podcasts

Podcast Episode: Riverhorse Nakadate on Wetfly Swing

In this recent episode of Wetfly Swing, guest Riverhorse Nakadate sits down with host Dave Stewart top talk about his life in Southern Texas. “Riverhorse goes deep to share his story and how he’s made a life as a writer, surfer, musician and fly fisherman. Get ready for a little bass yoga, comedy and stories about Willie, Stevie Ray and Love.”

Podcast Episode: The Salmonfly Hatch, with John Way

In this recent podcast episode of The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast, John Way of The Tackle Shop is the guest. He talks about the spectacle of nature that happens every year in the Rockies in June: the salmonfly hatch. Way “gives his tips on the life cycle of this giant stonefly, how to fish the hatch, and how to avoid some of the inevitable drift boat...

Podcast Episode: “Dr. Lori Schweikert on The Tom Rowland Podcast”

Dr. Lori Schweikert is a researcher with degrees in marine biology, whose work centers on fish and is also an avid angler. “Lori gets a lot of inspiration from her experiences on the water and brings that stuff back to the lab. She has been able to apply a lot of her research to her fishing,” explains host Tom Rowland. Learn more about fish vision and...

Podcast Episode: Hatches of the Catskills with Evan Lavery

In this recent episode of the Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast, Tom Rosenbauer talks with Evan Lavery of The Beaverkill Angler in Roscoe, New York. “The topic of our podcast is hatches of the freestone rivers of the Catskills, in particular the Beaverkill and Willowemoc Creek. These are rivers rich with tradition and also rich with a diverse insect...

Podcast Episode: Mark Kingwell on The Art of Manliness Podcast

On this episode of The Art of Manliness Podcast, Mark Kingwell, author of Catch and Release: Trout Fishing and the Meaning of Life, discusses “the beauty of the perfect fly cast and how it relates to the philosophical debate of form vs function, and what fishing can teach us about the active vs. contemplative life.”

Podcast Episode: Dan Davala on The Fly Fishing Consultant Podcast

Dan Davala is an Orvis Fly Fishing Travel Specialist and founder of the Tidal Potomac Fly Roddders. He sits down for a conversation with Rob Snowhite on this recent episode of The Fly Fishing Consultant Podcast. “In this episode we'll learn about Dan's life in fly fishing from the small streams here in Fairfax to exotic and non-exotic locations near and...

Podcast Episode: Fly Fishing the Boundary Waters

Now is the season where anglers will once again take to the Boundary Waters in pursuit of walleye, pike, lake trout and smallmouth. In this episode of the Boundary Waters Podcast, host Matthew Baxley talks with Duluth resident Jeremy Kershaw about fly fishing this favorite northern area.

"Down the Path" Podcast

A new podcast series tells the story of Ron Scheepstra, who went missing on April 11th, 2009, while on a fly fishing trip near the small village of Xcalak, Mexico. Ten years later, Podcast Host and Freelance Writer Will Rice takes listeners “Down The Path” as he investigates the mystery. Listen and subscribe to this new podcast on Apple Music...

Podcast Episode: Guide Stories on The Orvis Podcast

In a recent episode of the Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast, Tom Rosenbauer sits down with full-time, professional Orvis-endorsed guides while at the Orvis Guide Rendezvous in Montana. “Some stories are bizarre, some funny, and some touching,” says Rosenbauer. “I also asked each guest for a tip so it’s not all pure entertainment.” Listen here.

Podcast Episode: Paul Schullery on The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast

In this recent episode of The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast, Tom Rosenbauer sits down with renowned historian, Paul Schullery. “You’ll learn that not many things are new in fly fishing,” says Rosenbauer. “Tenkara-style fishing was used in Europe hundreds of years ago. People were catching bass on a fly in Florida since revolutionary days. Euro...