Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Flyfishing Podcasts

A good way to fish when you can't go fishing is to listen to fishing podcasts on an iPod or other MP3 player. These can be downloaded and heard free using iTunes or other software that manages MP3 files - or they can be listened to on a computer. I carry the little machine (mine is the 30 gig black) when I walk in the mornings. Two of my favorite fishing podcasts are The Global Flyfisher Podcast and Flyfish Radio. If you have an iPod or an MP3 player, give these a listen. If you like flyfishing, you won't be disappointed.

I recently downloaded very informative interview with Steve Densley of Cortland Line Company from the Flyfish Radio site. I've been flyfishing for over 40 years and I still learned from this session - especially about some of the newest lines. If you're beyond the beginner level this one is worth a listen.



Whiskey Creek ( aka John) said...


I love my iPod and also use it for listening to fly fishing podcasts. I have a video iPod, I've also copied instructional videos to it for on stream refresher. That really helped last year when I was learning to spey cast for steelhead on the Deshutes.

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