Hiring fly fishing guides is core to how we improve our craft. It’s not cheap, and we do it sparingly (about once a year), but we have found great value in learning from the experts. Click now to listen to “Our Top 7 Lessons from Hiring Fly Fishing Guides.”
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2 Replies to “S2:E50 Our Top 7 Lessons from Hiring Fly Fishing Guides”
I am lucky to have a couple of guides (Mike & Evan) who are lifelong family friends. In July 2016, I broke out my flyrod after a long hibernation and my buddy Evan joined me. My casting came back within minutes but my hookset took a little more time. After missing my third fish, I looked to Evan and said “Damn. My timing is off. I keep missing the hookset.” Evan simply replied, “Yea: by a minute.”
Ha! Great story … so true. Timing is something for which you develop a feel … Well, at least you’ve got the casting down!
thank you so much for posting!
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