248: The Complete Guide to Fly Fishing with Streamers – with Dave Kumlien

If you’ve never felt the violent strike of a brown trout on a streamer, you haven’t really lived. In this guide to fly fishing with streamers, we interview Dave Kumlien, Montana outfitter and former fly shop owner, on a wide ranging topics related to fishing streamers. This truly is the complete guide to fly fishing streamers because Dave addresses how to retrieve your stream, shot line casts, fly rod weight – and many other topics.

We also discussed the “twitch method” of stripping your streamer. Dave Kumlien mentioned an article by Tom Morgan, who owned the Winston Rod Company as well as Tom Morgan Rodsmiths. Here is the article: Fishing with the Morgan Twitch.

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