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Green River, Utah: Winter Trip Report | Fly Fishing Insider Podcast

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In the heart of Utah's fly fishing dreams lives a float down the A section of Green River.  Ignoring the weather reports I embarked on an unforgettable fly fishing trip with John Isola from Missoula and his brother Nick from New York. Our quick trip took us from the quaint streets of Park City to the remote fishing haven of Dutch John, with the legendary waters of the Green River as our destination.

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Fly Tying for Everyone with Tim Cammisa | Fly Fishing Insider Podcast

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YouTuber, fly fishing instructor and well-known figure, Tim Cammisa, the mastermind behind Trout and Feather, as he shares his enriching experiences in fly fishing and fly tying. From his adventures in Iceland's pristine waters to the creation of his book "Fly Tying for Everyone," Tim's story is a treasure trove of insights for fishing enthusiasts.

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Fly Casting the Art and Science: Challenging The Fly Casting Loop Concept with Michael Rebholz | Fly Fishing Insider Podcast

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Michael Rebholz, a forestry scientist and fly fishing enthusiast, appeared on the Fly Fishing Insider Podcast hosted by Christian Bacasa. Rebholz, originally from the black forest of Germany and now residing in Ireland, offers a unique blend of scientific analysis and a deep passion for fly fishing. This article delves into Michael's journey, his innovative approaches to fly fishing, and his insights into the activity’s techniques and philosophies.

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Winter Fly Fishing: Not Just Another Essential Tips and Strategies Blog for a Fruitful Season

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Winter, often overlooked by many, is a fantastic season for fly fishing. It brings unique challenges and opportunities for anglers who dare to brave the cold. The serene, almost solitary environment, coupled with the technical aspects of winter fishing, makes it an exhilarating experience. 

My local waters for example can be extremely good and predictable.  Most days there is a regular midge hatch that is undoubtedly one of the better dry fly hatch scenarios throughout the year. It lasts a few hours a day just about every day.  The only downfall is that they are size 22 and smaller which can be a pain in the cold.

There are a ton of winter fishing tips out there and this one likely overlaps a lot of those. I’ve talked before about methods for staying warm but today we are going to talk about 7 basic contempts to keep in mind during the winter that will aid you in having regular success on the water. 

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Carp on the Fly with Odom Wu and His Journey: From Laos to Fly Fishing Mastery | Fly Fishing Insider Podcast

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The Fly Fishing Insider Podcast, hosted by Christian Bacasa, brings forward a myriad of stories that go beyond the act of fishing itself. In a recent episode, Odom Wu's story stands out as a beacon of resilience, hope, and passion for fly fishing. Odom's journey from a tumultuous childhood in communist Laos to becoming a carp fly fishing enthusiast in the United States is nothing short of inspiring.

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Smallmouth on the Fly: Targeting Smallmouth Bass the Various Seasons and Tactics for Fly Fishing Enthusiasts with Matt Reilly | Fly Fishing Insider Podcast

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Your host Christian Bacasa delves into the realm of smallmouth fly fishing with expert guide Matt Reilly from Southwest Virginia. Matt's profound connection with nature, his passion for smallmouth fishing, and his journey from a curious child to a skilled angler make for an intriguing narrative. This blog encapsulates Matt's unique insights and experiences, offering a window into the art and science of fly fishing.

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Emerger Fly Fishing Intricacies with Guide Joe Demalderis | Fly Fishing Insider Podcast

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This blog captures the essence of an enriching conversation from the Fly Fishing Insider Podcast, where host Christian Bacasa interviews Joe Demalderis, an acclaimed guide with 25 years of experience in fly fishing. The discussion covers various aspects of fly fishing, from the diverse ecosystems of the Upper Delaware to the subtle nuances of presentation and understanding fish behavior. He also spends quite a bit of time on emergers and how under rated they are in in fly fishing so dive in and enjoy the read then visit the podcast.

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Mastering Loch Style Fly Fishing: Insights from Former Canadian Team Member Josh Gjelina and Competitive Techniques

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In a fascinating episode of the Fly Fishing Insider Podcast, host Christian Bacasa welcomes Josh Gjelina, a seasoned competitive fly fisher from the Canadian team. The blog captures their in-depth conversation, unraveling Josh's journey into the competitive realm of fly fishing, his strategies, and his experiences. It provides valuable insights for anglers looking to enhance their skills in competitive fly fishing.

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