Our good friend and Orvis-endorsed guide Josh Nugent– of Out Fly Fishing Outfitters in Calgary– remained in town recently, and I got him to do a podcast. Josh did one with me a couple of years ago entitled “The 7 Lethal Sins of Sight Fishing,” which was actually popular, so we chose to do “The 7 Lethal Sins of Banner Fishing.” If you believe banner fishing is simply chucking a huge piece of meat out there and removing back, Josh has some discoveries for you– discoveries based upon countless hours on the water.
In the Fly Box this week, we have great deals of interesting concerns, consisting of:
- What do you view as the most significant transformations in fly-fishing innovation … and the most significant flops?
- Exists a distinction in between dry-fly and nymph dubbing?
- If trout are delicate to cold temperature levels, why do we capture them ice fishing?
- Why are fishing pole constantly made in 6-inch increments?
- How do I replace hooks when a tier on YouTube discusses a particular design?
- If I am fishing a tandem banner in a location where just single hooks are enabled, which one do I cut off?
- Why do trout leap out of the water?
- Is a digital thermometer much better than an analog style for fishing?
- What hackles should I purchase for dry flies or damp flies?
- What YouTube channel do you advise for trusted fly patterns?
- Do boots without felt actually reduce the possibility of spreading out intrusive types?
- How do I get the best consistency with head cement?
- Do I require a removing basket when utilizing my switch rod?
- Why did you make H3 rods with that awful white label?
- A fantastic recommendation from a listener on purchasing lunch for your guide. (This is frequently needed when fishing in seawater.)
- What 10-20 flies should I connect next after going through all the flies in the set?
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