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This blog is about my life as a fly fisherman, guide, and fly fishing instructor in and around Northern Virginia and Washington D.C.

Saturday, March 25, 2017

S01E97 4th Annual Fly Tying Marathon | National Museum of the Marine Corps


Interviews from the fly tiers.

The Quantico and Fort Belvoir Programs of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing hosted their 4th Annual Fly Tying Marathon in the main gallery of the National Museum of the Marine Corps on Saturday March 18, 2017 from 9am–5pm.   Flies created at the event will be distributed to programs across the nation for use at PHWFF fly fishing events throughout the year.

Produced by Jason Reif of FreeStone Media.


New Podcats Episode!

Friday, March 17, 2017

S01E95 Gear For Shad Fishing | Fly Fishing For Shad


The gear you need for fly fishing for shad. Brought to you by Risenfly.com

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Sunday, February 26, 2017

S02E55 George Daniel


George Daniel is a fly fishing guide, author, family man, and speaker in Pennsylvania. I wanted to learn more about what makes George such a great angler. He shares the methods he uses and how he developed them. Follow George on Instagram gdflyfish55

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New Podcats Episode!

Monday, February 13, 2017

S02E54 Author Paul Greenberg | No Pebble Mine


http://paulgreenberg.org  | @4fishGreenberg

Paul and I discuss some pertinent environmental issues and the proposed 'Pebble Mine' near Bristol Bay, Alaska. Hoping Paul and I can discuss all things fish on another episode. Buy his books.

Produced by Jason Reif of FreeStone Media

 


New Podcats Episode!

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

S01E95 Somerset Fly Fishing Show 2017


Some interviews and observations from The Fly Fishing Show in Somerset, NJ 2017.

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New Podcats Episode!

 
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