253: Not-So-Obvious Questions for Your Next Fly Fishing Trip

Your next fly fishing trip is, hopefully, sooner rather than later. It has been a year of kicking the proverbial can of what we love to do down the road. The pandemic has delayed or postponed indefinitely a lot of plans. This next week, however, we plan to hit our favorite rivers in Montana.

In this episode, we identify some not-so-obvious questions to ask before your next trip.


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One Reply to “253: Not-So-Obvious Questions for Your Next Fly Fishing Trip”

  1. I just enjoyed listening to you podcast on “Not So Obvious Questions For Your Next Fly Fishing Trip”. Lots of great thoughts and comments there. I want to echo the idea about “taking a break” to give you a chance to recover. Depending on our itinerary, we plan on “hard” fishing every other day. That way, we get a chance to enjoy other aspects of our trip while relaxing. We realized that we just aren’t as young as we used to be!

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