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Dry Fly Techniques, the Snake River, and Hosted Trips with Josh GallivanPodcast Draft (Ep. 197)

In this episode we WadeOutThere with Josh Gallivan, from Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  Josh was born and raised in Jackson Hole, and started working in a fly shop while in high school.  He knew early on that he wanted to be a fly fishing guide, and got plenty of practice on the oars fishing with his uncle, who helped him buy his first drift boat. 
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Adjusting to Different Flows on the Yellowstone River and Streamer Tactics with James Mugele (Ep. 195)

In this episode we WadeOutThere with James Mugele from Livingston, Montana.  James started fly fishing while attending college in Vermont.  After befriending a retired fishing guide from out west, James found his introduction to fly fishing grounded in tying big flies and casting for Muskies.   James’ dream became to move to Montana and fish big Western rivers with his black lab Bo as his faithful companion.
Streamer Fishing in East Tennessee with Jason McReynolds (Ep. 192)
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Streamer Fishing in East Tennessee with Jason McReynolds (Ep. 192)

In this episode we WadeOutThere with Jason McReynolds from Jonesborough, Tennessee.  Jason began fly fishing in East Tennessee during the late nineties.  When his wife, who also enjoyed fly fishing, was seriously injured in a car accident, the couple began fishing streamers almost exclusively, because the larger flies and larger weighted rods was therapeutic for his wife Christy’s recovery. 
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Entomology, Western Hatches, and Oregon Fly Selection with Rick Hafele

In Episode 178 we WadeOutThere with Rick Hafele, from Salem, Oregon.  Rick grew up on a farm, with a fascination for the outdoors and his surroundings, including bugs.  He began fly fishing in Missouri at the age of twelve, and fell in love with the trout he caught in the Ozarks.  When the time for college came, Rick headed west and to Western Washington and later Oregon State where he earned a masters degree in aquatic entomology.  He is the author of several fly fishing books, including The Complete Book of Western Hatches, which he co-authored with Dave Hughes.  We discuss how understanding the stages of life of aquatic insects can help you catch fish, the timeline of fishing a hatch, and some of Ricks favorite flies for fishing around his home waters in Oregon.
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Dylan Tomine Part 2. Steelhead Tactics and Conservation on the Olympic Peninsula

In Episode 177 we WadeOutThere for Part Two of our conversation with Dylan Tomine, from Washington State.  Dylan was one of those children who always loved fish and fishing.  He developed a love of steelhead at an early age and has spent most of his life fly fishing.  He is a passionate angler, Patagonia ambassador, conservationist, and writer.  His books include Headwaters: The Adventures, Obsession and Evolution of a Fly Fisherman, and Closer to the Ground: An Outdoor Family’s Year on the Water, in the Woods and at the Table.  Dylan was a producer of the film Artifishal and played an important role in the films Damnation, and Chrome. We discuss steelhead tactics on the Olympic Peninsula, including reading water, presentation, and fighting fish.  We also talk about steelhead conservation and the challenges facing these fish.