S2:E37 How to Plan Your Next Fly Fishing Trip

If you haven’t yet made plans for a fly fishing trip this year, you’ll want to listen to this episode. Our fishing year is typically comprised of a series of short trips and at least one longer trip. We are do-it-your-selfers, so planning is essential. One important element is contingency plans: making sure you have options in the event of weather changes or a crowded river. Click now to listen to “How to Plan Your Next Fly Fishing Trip.”

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2 Replies to “S2:E37 How to Plan Your Next Fly Fishing Trip”

  1. Guys!

    What a timely podcast! I can hardly wait to hear it. I am heading out in about one month for my first big trip of the year. I am sure it is chuck full of good advice. Thank you, and keep them coming!

    1. Ok. I just listened to this, and lot’s of great information. One thing I would like to point out is that when I fly Southwest, I rubber band my rod tunes together, and carry them on. I usually put my reels in a carry on bag. That way, I am sure that that equipment gets there safe and sound.

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