Episode 20: Interview with a Fly Fishing Sage

Back in the day, Bob Granger was the fly fishing guide to the stars. He has owned a fly shop, tied a zillion flies, and guided celebrities, politicians, and America’s business leaders. In this interview, Bob regales us with his stories from the river and gives advice to aspiring fly fishers. Listen to the podcast here.

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2 thoughts on “Episode 20: Interview with a Fly Fishing Sage

  1. I was just learning to fish when I met Bob at Dry Creek Bible Church. I was hoping for a day on the river with him, but we moved from Montana too soon. Had I known of his background, I might have stayed around for a bit longer … to glean a few pearls from the master! Thanks for the podcast, guys, it was good to hear the interview.