Episode 221: One Fine Cloudy Day on the Yellowstone

We are not good at quitting. This is the first of four episodes from a recent fly fishing trip to Yellowstone Country in Montana and northern Wyoming. In August, after four wonderful years, we stopped publishing a weekly episode and writing a weekly article. We thought we were done. But then we had “One Fine Cloudy Day on the Yellowstone.” And we had to record again.

So we’re baaack! Not in the same way, however. We’re not publishing a weekly episode anymore, but we do plan to publish episodes occasionally, in batches. As inspiration hits us. Thank you for your listenership.


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3 Replies to “Episode 221: One Fine Cloudy Day on the Yellowstone”

  1. Glad to hear. Rather than worrying about being stale or the weekly routine turning into a grind, you can let great trips like Yellowstone trigger occasional pod-casts. Looking forward to hearing it.

  2. Thanks Dave and Steve, good to hear from you again. Will enjoy your stories whenever inspiration hits.
    Good health and tight lines to you.

  3. Whoop whoop. You guys just made my day. So glad to see you back doing the podcast. Good to hear about your adventures in Yellowstone
    Sounds like you both had a wonderful time. Right up to your story about the burgers while watching wolves ripping into an Elk . Lol Glad to have you back . Looking forward to listening and reading about your next adventure. Tight lines from the snowy Black Hills of South Dakota.

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