I had the chance to chat with Greg Keenan over at The Fly Fishing Insider Podcast recently, and the episode just dropped. Greg was kind enough to invite me on to talk shop on writing about fly fishing, building bamboo rods, and I gave my two cents on a few of the big issues facing anglers today. You can listen to the show here.
Marvin Cash and the team over at the Articulate Fly Podcast have released another episode in their "People of Bristol Bay" series. This on focuses on Kate Crump, co-owner of Frigate Adventure Travel. Per the show notes, Crump and Cash discuss Crump's fishing and writing journey, and what's led her to end up in Bristol Bay.
In this episode of the Fly Culture podcast, host Pete Tyjas sits down with Peter Knox, a member of the rod design team over at Sage. For anyone who loves gear, this is a unique insight into how fly rods are made, and the amount of effort it takes to make the high-ends ones we all enjoy. Listen to the show here.
Continuing the Pebble Mine series he launched earlier this year, Articulate Fly show host Marvin Cash has Drew Hamilton on to talk about Bristol Bay. You can listen to the podcast below.
In this episode of The Articulate Fly, show host Marvin Cash has Scientific Anglers President Brad Befus on to chat. Per Cash's show notes, the two discuss, "(Brad's) passion for the outdoors, SA’s relentless focus on producing the best fly lines on the market and his vision for the future."
The latest episode of Ask About Fly Fishing, the podcast run by D. Roger Maves, is up, and features guest Mike Hogue. Hogue is a longtime writer and fly tier, and he sits down in this episode with Maves to talk shop about fishing the Finger Lakes area of New York. You can listen to the podcast here.
This episode of the Barbless Co. Podcast isn't just another bit about fly fishing. The Barbless Co. gang had Alvin Dedeaux on the show to talk about what it's like to be a black man in fly fishing. Obviously, this episode addresses topics that are top-of-mind for all of us right now, and it's worth a listen.
Marvin Cash, over at The Articulate Fly podcast, just released the first in a limited series of interviews, dubbed "The People of Bristol Bay." As the name implies, this series of interviews is intended to bring more humanity into the effort to stop the Pebble Mine planned for Bristol Bay. Listen to the episode below. Show Notes: In this inaugural episode...
With John Gierach's new book Dumb Luck and the Kindness of Strangers released today, it's fitting that the folks over at Fish Nerds interviewed the renowned author. Gierach's books are as near to canon as you'll find in fly fishing, and for good reason. The interview is classic Gierach, so it's worth a listen. Find it in full here.
Pete Tyjas over at Fly Culture just released a new episode of his podcast, where he sits down with angler Stan Mankov to talk about conservation and fly fishing in Bulgaria. It's an interesting conversation, and has me thinking again about fishing more of Europe. Give the episode a listen here.