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63 minutes | Nov 7, 2022
E49 - Deepwater Nymphing Strategies
Guide, author and Founder of Cast Hope, Ryan Johnston joins David for a discussion about nymphing in high flows when the water looks all the same. They get "deep" into rods, leaders, tippets, presentation and provide good tips on the topic. Ryan talks about writing his new book A Reel Job came from an evening of wine and stories while on a fishing trip. He also talks about starting Cast Hope which provides outdoor experiences to at-risk and underserved youth via the sport of fly fishing. The conversation wraps-up with the reasons why it is good to be agressive when fishing higher water with deep nymph rigs. So sit back and relax as Ryan and David tackle Deepwater Nymphing Strategies. Click here to support the Southeastern Fly podcast
33 minutes | Oct 3, 2022
E48 - Polarized Sunglasses and Sight Fishing
Which polarized lense do I need for sight fishing? Which frame looks good but also helps block light in just the right places? Which lense works best for anglers with older eyes? What's a Permit stick? Al Perkinson, the founder of Bajio Sunglasses, sits down with David and they discuss these questions and a few more. If you are looking for information about polarized glasses, chances are you will gain some valuable insight from this episode. Support the Southeastern Fly Podcast here
52 minutes | Sep 5, 2022
E47 - Carp on the Fly
Fly fishing for carp is different from other types of angling. Stealth is critical, accuracy is an absolute must and patience is king. It doesn't matter if you are fishing for tailing carp, or crawling carp, the guest on this episode, Henry Cowen, provides information that will be helpful with your carp-quest. Support the Southeastern Fly podcast - Link To see Henry in action check out this link Carp on the Fly 101 - link
92 minutes | Aug 1, 2022
E46 - A Stillwater Adventure
Want to learn more about fishing midges? Wonder how to fly fish through the entire lifecycle of a chironomid? Want to learn more about special leaders and tippets when fishing a midge pattern? Take an adventure with Dave Stewart of the Wet Fly Swing Podcast and Phil Rowly the author of The Orvis Guide to Still Water Trout Fishing. The guys provide some valuable intel when fishing midges. This is an interesting topic for anyone who wants to fish or currently fishes midges.
47 minutes | Jul 4, 2022
E45 - Tying Flies with The Fly Doctor
Support the Southeastern Fly Podcast here. For someone who might be apprehensive and not know where to start, how does tyat person start tying flies? Which types of feathers should we use for soft hackles and how do we know which of those feathers work the best? Considering all the tools on the market, which ones does the Fly Doctor use and recommend for tying? Need some helpful hints and techniques when tying terrestiral patterns? All these questions and much more insight are provided for tiers and aspiring tiers. As always we try to touch on the questions our listeners provide, on this episode of Southeastern Fly. Thanks for stopping by.
74 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
E44 Fly Fishing the Tellico River
Looking for useful information on fishing the Tellico River and surrounding areas? This episode is sure to give you a headstart on the rest of your fishing friends! Tellico Outfitters owner, Cody Fischer, delivers some of the most useful information on the entire Tellico area. This episode starts with a plethera of information that will help even the most experienced angler understand the area. Sit back, relax, grab a glass of your favorite beverage, smoke a fine cigar, but most of all get ready for an intimate discussion about the Tellico River.
82 minutes | May 2, 2022
E43 Smallmouth on the Fly
When chasing smallies on the fly it's always good to get a guide's perspective. On this Wisdom From The Guides episode, Matt Reilly and David Knapp join Host David Perry for an in-depth discussion about smallmouth. These three guides answer questions about equipment, the best water types, they cover all four seasons of the year, and the feeding heirarchy of a smallmouth. If you find value in the podcast stop by the Southeastern Fly Store and support the podcast.
48 minutes | Apr 4, 2022
E42 Teaching People to Fly Fish
Visit the Southeastern Fly store. Want to become a better angler? Teach someone else. On this episode David talks with Wanda Taylor about teaching people to fly fish. They provide useful tips on casting as they talk about helping kids, adults and seniors how to cast. This episode will give you a different perspective on teaching others. So Come on in and listen as Wanda and David have a conversation about teaching people to fly fish.
70 minutes | Mar 8, 2022
E41 Fishin' Dirty - Wisdom From the Guides
Content Warning- This episode is not for the dry fly purist. What? Get your mind out of the gutter, we are talking about non-traditional flies that catch fish. On this episode David is joined by guides/ brothers Eric and Will Ezell. The guys talk at length about how to fish worms, eggs, mops and hybrid trash flies. This is a light-hearted episode with plenty of laughs and entertainment. But don’t be mislead…there is also some good and useful info throughout. Also, how about supporting the Southeastern Fly podcast through a purchase from the Southeastern Fly Store. All purchases help support the podcast and new content
55 minutes | Feb 7, 2022
E40 Fishing the Cumberland River KY
If you are considering a trip to fly fish the Cumberland River, KY this episode is full of useful information about Kentucky's largest and most famous tailwater. In this episode Host David Perry is joined by 20+ year Cumberland River Guide, Hagan Wonn. The two guides talk about why this river is excellent for experimenting with flies, recent dam repairs and current river conditions which have drastically improved, wading vs. floating, reading the river and a few other surprises. If you're looking for information you just found it. You can support the podcast by selecting this link to Southeastern Fly Merch
53 minutes | Jan 3, 2022
E39 Musky on the Fly
Fly fishing for musky can be an exciting experience. You have to find them first. More times than not musky fishing is a lot about looking for fish and blind casting. But, when a fish comes to the fly, that is when this pursuit heats up to the hottest fishing you can imagine. It's the only type of fishing where a follow is counted by anglers and guides. A catch is a bonus. On this episode of Southeastern Fly David is joined by Musky Fool owner Dan Donovan. Dan and David talk about musky on the fly through the stratification of water temps. They take the experience from warmer, late Summer and early Fall, down to wintertime fishing for these toothy critters. Their conversation will certainly make you think about musky in different ways under many different circumstances. Thanks for listening. Support the Southeastern Fly Podcast here
72 minutes | Dec 6, 2021
E38 Smallmouth Bass on the Fly
David Perry sits on the other side of the mic for this episode as we dig into fly fishing for smallmouth bass on the Wet Fly Swing podcast with host Dave Stewart. David shares a couple of secret patterns, where to get the special materials for them and how you can find more smallies. We talk about the Tequeely pattern and the options that fly opens-up for anglers of all skill levels.Learn how to fish a zoo cougar for smallies and how you want to throw it like a softball so it spats on the water for the reaction strike. Naturally we talk presentation and water types as well as when people are likely to miss fish in certain water types. Support the Southeastern Fly podcast here.
43 minutes | Nov 1, 2021
E37 Fly Fishing Travel Tips
To support this podcast go to the Southeastern Fly store. Thinking about traveling to fly fish and want to cover as many of your bases as possible? Listen as David Perry talks with outdoor photographer David Cannon to hear the lessons he has learned through the years of traveling. The guys also welcome to this episode Frank Rosenbloom. Frank holds the patent on Air-Lock Strike indicators. Frank offers his perspective with quality tips for travel. Make sure to listen to the end as the fly fishing for Mako shark discussion continues.
55 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
E36 Fishing Apalachicola FL with the Forgotten Coast Fly Company
Support the podcast Here Fly fishing Apalachicola is one of the finest fisheries in the Florida Panhandle. With multiple bays to choose from and all the species a hardcore or vacationing angler could need, the area is certainly worth checking on. David sits down one evening and talks with Forgotten Coast Fly Company owner and innovative fly tier, Kevin Burdette about fly fishing in his backyard. Everyone can learn something about tying, colors, shapes and sizes of patterns as well as hooks and saltwater angling in this episode. Hope you enjoy and thanks for supporting the Southeastern Fly Podcast.
58 minutes | Sep 6, 2021
E35 Tarpon on the Fly 101 with Angler Don Jackson
To support the Southeastern Fly podcast click here David travels south to talk with all-around saltwater angler Don Jackson. Don is known around Middle Tennessee to pursue tarpon in the Keys on a regular basis. Traveling for tarpon has been his passion for many years. In this episode Don provides the listener with different perspectives about tarpon on the fly. His perspective on tarpon includes things to remember when fishing with a guide as well as things to think about on self-guided tarpon trips. Don includes some stories of past experiences that provide a wealth of useful and practical knowledge. This episode is sure to wet your saltwater appetite.
70 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
E34 Finding Large Wild Trout - A Discussion with Daniel Bowman
To support the Southeastern Fly podcast click here David welcomes Daniel Bowman and the two guides talk about finding large wild trout in stocked waters. They give analysis on the types of water anglers look for to separate themselves from the stocked trout and concentrate on wild trout Also, learn which rigs to use for tailwaters vs. mountain streams. Learn how they convert different types of food into fly patterns and how to fish those different patterns. This one starts fast and the pace continues throughout the episode. We hope you enjoy this episode of Southeastern Fly. If you find value in the information from the Southeastern Fly podcast please visit the Southeastern Fly Store
52 minutes | Jul 5, 2021
E33- Top 10 Southern Tailwater Flies - Wisdom From the Guides
To support the Southeastern Fly podcast click here What are the Top 10 Southern Tailwater Flies? This Wisdom From the Guides episode explores that very question. This episode is full of useful information including fly choice, pattern selection and plenty of technique. The host and guests work hard to help every angler understand their options on southern tailwaters. Host and owner of Southeastern Fly, David Perry is joined by guides Jordan Case, from Rouse Fly Fishing on the Little Red and Matt Milner who owns Rising River Guides on the White River. This episode gives angler three distinct looks at tailwater flies and how to fish them. Check out the Southeastern Fly merch HERE
56 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
E32 Euronymphing Tactics with Garrett Gresham
To support the Southeastern Fly podcast click here Garrett Gresham is from Atlanta GA and currently lives in Denver CO. He is a former competition tournament angler who scored a runner-up finish at the 2013 National Fly Fishing Championships in Basalt, CO. This episode comes out of the gate with a different approach when Garrett Gresham begins talking about euronymphing with streamers. "The Classics". Garrett and David talk extensively about euro-tactics and Garrett freely provides information that will help everyone become a better angler. He continues talking with more and more info until they finally have to wrap it up with Garrett and David's favorite rivers in Colorado. Thank you for listening to Southeastern Fly.
42 minutes | May 3, 2021
E31 - Fly Rods - A Common Sense Discussion with Tate Cunningham
Have you ever wondered how fly rods are made but don't want to ask questions because the discussion can often be difficult to understand? In this episode of Southeastern Fly, David talks with Moonshine Rods partner, Tate Cunningham. David and Tate get into a common sense discussion about fly rods, add some principles for casting, as well as things to look for when purchasing any fly rod. With so many ads, forums, articles and even podcasts out there that help with any decision, it can be time well-spent to listen to an open and honest discussion when considering your next fly rod purchase.
93 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
E30 - Fly Fishing the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Guide and Host David Perry goes on the road to the Great Smoky Mountains to talk with Charity and Ian Rutter, the owners of R and R Fly Fishing. This is a Wisdom From The Guides episode and is full of tips and techniques for fly fishing the most popular national park in the US. These three guides talk about their favorite flies, tips for backcountry camping, as well as fishing many of the Park’s streams. There is also good information on maps for the park. For anglers fishing the mountains this episode will make you want to get there as soon as possible. Listen all the way to the end for After The Show Tips...and more.
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