On The Fly – Show #4: Interview with Croton Watershed Trout Unlimited

For the fourth show we had four members of the Croton Watershed Chapter of Trout Unlimited join me.  We covered fishing the watershed, Trout In The Classroom, Project Healing Waters, fly tying and other topics. It was great time. Enjoy!   Tweet

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On The Fly – Show #3: Interview with Tony Hill of Mianus Trout Unlimited

For the third show I had the chance to interview Tony Hill, the President of Mianus TU.  Not only did I learn more about the chapter and its history, Tony also walked me through a number of its outreach programs. Enjoy! Tweet

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The First and Second “On The Fly” Cable Access Shows

If you’ve read the posts about my first and second shows on local cable access, then you might want to see the finished product. To watch the first show, which covers fishing the east branch of the Croton Watershed, click here. For the second show, kayak fishing on Lake Kenoshia, click here. Enjoy! Tweet

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FinFollower Enters Wayne’s World

For the past few years I’ve considered hosting a fly fishing show. I’m not exactly sure why, given the saturation of high quality, commercially-backed fishing programs readily available on most major networks.  I am completely sure that I don’t have the chops to compete with Bill Dance,  Jimmy Houston or Mike Iaconelli. But then again, you have to start somewhere. . . In the past I’ve […]

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Book Review: The Fishing Gods

Back in September I mentioned that George Douglas had finished his latest flyfishing work, The Fishing Gods. I’m happy to say that he sent an advance copy for our review. The Fishing Gods gives a glimpse into the personal profiles and experiences from some of the nation’s finest guides, proving both insight and entertainment.  The foreword […]

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Daytripper: Product Review of Fishpond’s Westwater Chest Pack

Product review of Fishpond Westwater Chest Pack

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Undaunted Anglers

Just came across Undaunted Anglers – Fishing with Lewis and Clark, an informative virtual exhibit sponsored by the International Federation Fly Fishers.  It’s worth a look. According to the history, it was originally created as a physical exhibit by the Federation of Fly Fishers and housed at the Fly Fishing Discovery Center in Livingston, Montana. The exhibit was […]

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Our Economic Impact

Just finished reading the January 2013 American Sportfishing Association’s report, Sport Fishing in America. To see a .pdf copy, click here. The 12-page report is filled with statistics, but here are a few worth sharing: There are about 60 million of us that enjoy some type of angling, although only 46 million will fish in any […]

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We Have A Winner For The January Contest – Congratulations Pam Of She’s A ManiYak!

The winner of our January 2013 giveaway, a DVD copy of  Hunter Weeks’ Where The Yellowstone Goes, is Pam of She’s a ManiYak, a blog dedicated to kayak fishing, fly fishing and other obsessions.  Congratulations Pam! To see our review of the DVD, click here. To see the movie web site click here. Thanks again to Director Hunter […]

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Movie Review, Product Giveaway and a Chance to Help Sandy Hook: Where The Yellowstone Goes

Review of the movie Where The Yellowstone Goes

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The Sky Is Pink

A few weeks ago I reviewed the Josh Fox movie Gasland, and encouraged others to see it as well. It has a very relevant environmental message, regardless of where you live. As luck would have it, I was visiting the Fishing Jones site last night, when I ran across an 18-minute short that Josh recently made […]

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