Pickle Ball is not in our future. We continue to fly fish for a variety of reasons, including the sheer delight of spending a few hours on the river trying to convince trout that what we’re presenting is real.
This is our first episode in a while, and we’re excited to back in the publishing saddle. Our current plan is to release at least four (and maybe more) new episodes each season. We’re considering this, still, winter season, even though we’ve already crossed into March.
We thought we’d start up our podcast again with the heart of why we fly fish. We begin with what we’ve been up to the past few months and then discuss several reasons for our continued passion for the sport.
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2 Replies to “Episode 261: Why We Continue to Fly Fish”
Thank you! This was like catching up with a few old friends. I didn’t realize how much I missed the podcast. I’m in the Same age group, and fly fishing has been the one stable enjoyment I continue with. When it’s all said and done my time on the water has taken me many places- from being a dad to now a grandfather. Everyone says it, but I can’t believe how fast time has gone.
Thank you, Jim. Great to hear from you. So true about the speed of time. Feels so surreal in many ways. Very grateful that you still listen to the pod! Thank you.
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