I am a faithful listener of the podcast Ask About Fly Fishing. Hosted by Roger Maves, it’s a great show that makes my weekly trips between CT and NJ seem to go quicker.
The format is simple: Roger interviews a guest from the world of fly fishing, and also takes questions from the live listeners. Interview topics cover all types of fishing styles, locations and personalities.
Roger recently sent this email to me. It covers some of his most popular interviews on the topic of nymphing. If you’re interested in improving your nymphing skill, have a listen.
If you missed any of these Ask About Fly Fishing shows you can now listen to them. They have all been published and can be found in the Archive or by using the links below.
George Daniel, a competitive fly fisher has effectively used just about every nymphing technique there is. He’s been to Europe and competed against some of the best European fly fishers in the game. He’s observed, learned and applied the best techniques to his craft. Listen in to learn George’s nymphing techniques and you’ll be a
better fly fisher for it.
A Systematic Approach to Nymphing
Duane Redford developed a systematic approach to nymphing so that as a guide he could hook his clients up with fish even in the most harsh and competitive environments. Learn his step-by-step methods for getting the most out of nymphing.
The Evolution of Nymphing
Aaaron Jasper goes where the fish are and most of the time it’s under the surface. He’s spent the last few years studying, researching and testing old and new nymphing methods. On this show we explore many of those methods including the latest in European nymphing techniques.
Dave Hughes shares the secrets he’s learned over a lifetime of fishing nymphs in both streams and stillwaters. Listen in to hear how he makes fishing with nymphs simple, direct and effective.
D. Roger Maves
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