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Fly Fishing Consultant Podcast

Oct 17, 2019

This episode follows Rob's quest for lake run coho salmon on New York's Salmon River (SRNY). Rob breaks down the differences from salmon season to steelhead season, observations on crowds, techniques seen on the river, and where he found fish.

Sometimes the first cast is the best one. Its like going to the same sports...


Oct 8, 2019

This episode is all about how fish see. Rob has covered other aspects of fish sensory organs and this one focuses (no pun intended) on the eyes. Anglers have debated what color fly or lure to use since fishing began. Modern science allows us to get a better perspective of how fish see based on what they eat, where they...


Oct 2, 2019

Tell Decision Makers: Expanding clear-cut logging of old-growth timber by eliminating the Roadless Rule would harm the people & economy of Southeast Alaska. 

Rob interviews Kayla Roys of Trout Unlimited Alaska about the current administration's attempt to allow logging in the Tongass. Kayla hunts, fishes, forages,...


Sep 26, 2019

Mac Hodell is the first person to introduce fly fishing and fly tying to Rob. In this episode Mac discusses his fly fishing filled childhood while growing up in Reston, Virginia through his current home in Colorado. Mac is a problem solver and he utilizes this skill to analyze his surroundings while trout fishing to...


Sep 13, 2019

You might call them a hopper-dropper, clink and dink, western rig, dry-dropper, or two-fly rig. Rob explains the three types of multi-fly rigs he utilizes and how and when to benefit from this method of rigging. He covers materials used, frustrations from tossing more than one fly, patterns used, and more. Rob has a...