5 Fly Fishing Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

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Whether you are driving in the car or trying to cure the winter fly fishing blues, podcasts are a great way to pass the time and feed your growing fly fishing obsession. Below we highlight some of our favorite fly fishing podcast that we think you should be listening to. 

Top 5 Fly Fishing Podcasts:

1. Drifting with JT Van Zandt:

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There is a reason JT Van Zandt’s Drifting is number one on this list. JT is a legendary fly fishing guide and true icon in Fly Fishing. Drifting is a Fly Fishing Podcast that goes beyond the scope of technical fish talk. JT sits down with some of the industry’s finest and has thought-provoking conversations that leave you inspired. While JT like all of us is a fly fishing fanatic he uses this platform differently. JT uses Drifting to share encouraging life stories and perspectives.

2. Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast with Tom Rosenbauer:

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Orvis’s Fly Fishing Guide Podcast hosted by Tom Rosenbauer is a great educational podcast. Tom Rosenbauer, a fly fishing legend shares some of his tips, tricks and deep knowledge on various areas of fly fishing. Due to new podcasts coming out weekly there is a seemingly endless library of knowledge on all areas of fly fishing.

3. The Drake Cast:

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The Drake Magazines’ DrakeCast for those who fish is a fun podcast with new episodes every Friday to keep you entertained. With various soundbites and good production, this podcast is a blast to listen to. Captivating storylines along with interviews of various people from across the fly fishing industry by host Elliott Adler creates an informative entertaining podcast.

4. Anchored with April Vokey:

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April Vokey the host of Anchored is a British Columbia based fly fishing guide. What makes Anchored so special is the wide range of topics that April covers. April discusses anything from fish handling to the candid reality of being a fly fishing guide. April’s candid approach is very unique and offers listeners an unbiased perspective on all things fly fishing and outdoors.

5. So Fly Fishing Podcast:

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The So Fly Podcast is a very laid back fly fishing podcast created by a group from Ontario, Canada. The So Fly crew tells stories of their Fly Fishing Adventures and takes place all around the world from New Zealand Trout to Texas Red Fish.

Additional Episodes To Check Out:

Outdoor Biz Podcast, Episode 194:

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Rick Shaez host of The Outdoor Biz Podcast interviews influential people in the outdoor industry. They share their story and give tips and tricks to businesses in the outdoor industry. In episode 194 Rick hosts founder and CEO of Fishpond, John Le Coq. John discusses all things Fishpond including his passion for the outdoors and Fishponds attempts to decrease their environmental impacts. This episode provides unique insight into one of the fly fishing industries’ most popular companies.

The Dirtbag Diaries, Flyathlon:

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The Dirtbag Diaries is a podcast devoted to those who seek adventure. Hosted by Fitz Cahall along with the Duct Tape Then Beer team share stories of a life of wandering and experience. Their episode titled Flyathlon is about a fundraiser that combines trail running, fly fishing, and beer drinking in the form of a triathlon to raise money for conversation. It’s quirky episodes like this that make the Dirtbag Diaries so fun to listen to.

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