[Interview starts at 46:00]
Today I am thrilled to have biologist John McMillan back as my visitor. John offers us an in-depth view on the affect of water temperature level on a trout’s metabolic process, especially at the upper end of their safe variety. In this summer season of low circulations and high water temperature levels almost all over in The United States and Canada, it’s an important subject. And as normal, John puts his important eye on how we, as anglers, can reduce these impacts by altering our fishing habits. John is never ever without optimism, and I believe you’ll enjoy his conversation and find out more about trout biology and how we can be more accountable anglers.
In the Fly Box, we have some terrific concerns and suggestions from listeners:
- Why did my guide inform me to utilize much heavier tippets? Why did she recommend this would put less tension on the fish?
- An idea from a listener on getting an old bamboo rod and reconditioning it to bring one back to life.
- What is the distinction in between hen and partridge?
- How do I understand where to discover trout streams?
- What size should I connect my ants in?
- A brand-new method of connecting a clinch knot with heaver hooks is recommended by a listener
- Why, when fishing with a dry dropper, do I just capture browns on the nymph and just cutthroats on the dry?
- What do you recommend for capturing forced largemouths in summer season?
- A belated Daddy’s Day message
- Can I utilize the Euro-nymphing technique from a drift boat or float tube?
- Why am I having problem fixing at 30 feet with a dry dropper?
- When connecting a Chubby Chernobyl, how do you get the legs to separate?
- When you see a big mammal like a beaver or otter in the river, is it time to proceed?
- Why do I capture myself with my fly when casting?
- Is it OKAY to dry my waders and boots in the sun?
- How should I manage my equipment for flight?
- Why do I keep losing fish when utilizing bead head flies?
- Does utilizing a frog pattern alter the flex of my rod?
- Why do Scandinavians hold their rods so high when playing a fish?