In this episode, I chat with Martin Bawden, founder of Flymen Fishing Company and Kona USA. We discuss how his early passion for fly tying led to the creation of Flymen and its evolution over the last decade. We also talk about Flymen’s recent move to Charleston and the launch of Kona.
In this episode, I chat with Paul Bourcq, owner of Drift Media Productions and former head coach of the US Youth Fly Fishing Team. From his humble beginnings fishing at a Western NC trout farm to coaching the US Youth Fly Fishing Team to five consecutive medals, we cover it all!
From Day Two of the Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival, Rick Pope of Temple Fork Outfitters joined me to share his passion for the outdoors and to discuss the past, present and future of Temple Fork Outfitters.
In this episode, I chat with Matt Supinski, Michigan guide, outdoor writer and owner of Gray Drake Lodge & Outfitters. From his early days fishing with his Dad to his newest book, Nexus, Matt shares his obsession with all things Salmo.
In this episode, I chat with Beau Beasley, outdoor writer and Festival Director of the Virginia Fly Fishing & Wine Festival. From fishing with his Dad to his career as an outdoor writer and event promoter, Beau shares his passion for fly fishing and serving others. Listen carefully! Santa left a special gift for folks planning to attend Beau’s event in Virginia. Don’t wait! It won’t last forever.
In this episode, I chat with Jason Randall about his journey from tournament bass fisherman to accomplished fly angler, author and Temple Fork Outfitters rod designer. Along the way, we discuss the importance of mentors, circumlocution and all things nymphing.