Episode 52: Fly Fishing Observations from a Year of Podcasting

This completes a year of weekly episodes from 2 Guys and a River. In Episode 52: Fly Fishing Observations from a Year of Podcasting, we discuss what we’ve learned from the weekly task of putting together each episode. The size of the fly fishing industry, the complexity of fly fishing for beginners, the importance of public access – these and other themes are part of the fly fishing observations from the past year. And yes, we plan to take on another year of podcasting!

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2 thoughts on “Episode 52: Fly Fishing Observations from a Year of Podcasting

  1. Been fly fishing about a year now. Would like a podcast on after you hook a fish how to keep it on and bring to the net. Enjoy all your help. I have stage four cancer and just being on the river takes my mind away from the pain. Thankyouguys

    • Hi, Ed. Have you listened to podcast 26 yet? It’s on Landing Big Trout. The might provide some help. Wow. We pray for healing and strength as you battle cancer. That’s tough. We’re glad that time on the river provides a measure of relief. Take care.