In this episode of the Orvis Hunting and Shooting Podcast, Brett Ference and Pete Kutzer discuss what to do to kick the post hunting season blues. Tips on what you can do now that the season is over to make sure next year is as good as it can be. We have set up a voicemail box here at Orvis for your comments and suggestions for future podcasts. If you call, please remember to leave your name and where you are from in case we use your message
…are waiting to make a cast to a visible fish. Based on suggestions from many podcast listeners, I’m starting a section about equipment and also a section on fly-fishing myths. We had tons of good feedback and suggestions on podcasts, and it was loud and clear that listeners don’t want a co-host, but they do like interviews. If you don’t see the “Play” button above, click here to listen.
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Podcast listener Moriel NessAiver, a physicist from Baltimore, sent in these photos along with a note:
Love your show. I’ve got over 90 of your podcasts on my computer, and I cycle through them as I work, particularly if I know I’m going to be hitting the water soon. You did a steelhead show recently; how about salmon fishing? Alaskan vs. landlocked. Single-hand rod
In the third part of the four part series with Mike Stewart from Wildrose Kennels we cover more advanced training techniques and guidelines to continue to shape your gun dog to the ultimate field companion. (Part 1, Part 2) Listen to this episode by clicking the play button below and subscribe to future podcasts at www.orvis.com/podcast!
…nd birds and waterfowl. Lots of details here. Grab a pencil as Brett and Pete cover everything from dog safety to preparing your boots. We have set up a voicemail box here at Orvis for your comments and suggestions for future podcasts. If you call, please remember to leave your name and where you are from in case we use your message in the show. The number is 802-362-8800. Click the play button below to listen to this episode. Go to orvis.com/pod
…17;t help but feel that a discussion on fighting fish could certainly be useful! This bring me to my topic suggestion: it’d be great if you guys can do a segment on playing/fighting fish. Thanks again and keep the great podcasts coming! I loved today’s podcast on big trout, especially after seeing Matt Heron’s monster. Here’s my own personal best brown from my two months of fly fishing (and freshwater trout fishing, period
…ch fun this was, and how much she is looking forward to our next session. I also have to say that your suggestion of giving minimal instruction and “just letting them go” was spot on. Thanks for all of your great podcasts and for inspiring a truly unforgettable afternoon with my little girl. Tight lines! Jeff C. Keene, New Hampshire P.S. Attached is a picture of the artist, hard at work.
Over the last few years, April Vokey has become on of the more recognizable faces in fly fishing. Here’s a great interview with April by Zach Matthews of the Click here to go to Zach’s interview with April Vokey. This is the second time that April has been interviewed on the Itinerant Angler.