• Episode 123 - Klamath Dam Removal

    4 JUN. 2024 · This week we continue our dam talk with Brian Johnson and Shane Anderson and we discuss the active removal of multiple dams on the Klamath River. We go over how it all got started, the speed at which both it is happening and the environment is recovering, some of the complications that have occurred, some minor field-work jealousy, the next steps, common misunderstandings about these dams, the incredible engineering know how going into it, and so much more.
    49m 51s
  • Episode 122 - The Winchester Dam pt. 2

    21 MAY. 2024 · This week I'm visited by Kirk Blaine & Jim McCarthy again as we discuss the continuing effort to get the Winchester Dam removed from the Umpqua River. We discuss the unfinished repairs and it's added danger to the dam, the State's seriousness and proposed action, the many violations the dam's owners face, the lack of Federal action despite the infractions at that level, the pitiful salmon returns on this run due to the dam, the speed at which removal can return the river to it's natural state, and what the public can do help. For more information please head to WaterWatch.org
    53m 28s
  • Episode 121 - Frank Day

    7 MAY. 2024 · This week I'm speaking with Frank Day and we talk about his fascination with nature from childhood, the many wonders of sculpin, his time in Japan, guiding, gyotaku prints, moody fish, the Alaskan tundra, fish camouflage, sonar, evolutionary adaptations, and so much more.
    1h 34m 44s
  • Episode 120 - Michael Papais

    23 ABR. 2024 · This week I'm talking with Michael Papais. We have a great chat about family camping trips, Great Lake small mouth, information overload in spey, tying in hand and materials, beer, kids, winter water, knots, moderating the Spey Pages, and so much more.
    1h 36m 7s
  • Episode 119 - David N Mcllvaney

    9 ABR. 2024 · This week I'm speaking with David Mcllvaney. We had a great discussion about Prime Ministers and canoes, aesthetic stimulation, working in Southeast Asia, cabin life and Mexico, discovering fly fishing at 50, Iceland, writing, squirrels and muskies, super tasters, and rodent viking funerals.
    1h 41m 8s
  • Episode 118 - Wes Telyea

    26 MAR. 2024 · Today I'm talking with Wes Telyea of Snoqualmie Rod Company and we have a fantastic and broad conversation. We talk about him fishing as a kid and his grandfather, rod building, being a part of an ecosystem, cougars(not that kind), career changes, recreating the X-Files with your niece, and so much more.
    1h 29m 41s
  • Episode 117 - Kevin Feenstra

    12 MAR. 2024 · I got the chance to talk to Kevin Feenstra this week and we had a great talk. Listen in as we discuss fishing as a kid, jumping into spey rods and steelhead, fly tying and sculpin, the Muskegon, photography, dogs and kids, his books, and the ever important winter heating.
    43m 8s
  • Episode 116 - Barrett Ames

    27 FEB. 2024 · The River Rambler is back after a Hawiian hiatus and this week I'm joined by Barret Aimes. We talk Tre-Fin Foods and how they started, fishing with his family from a young age, guiding in college, tarpon and saltwater, brook trout, Kamchatka, the benefit of teams, rod building, his time in Sweden, and meeting Tom Dorsey in high school.
    1h 15m 19s
  • Episode 115 - Rob Beckius

    6 FEB. 2024 · This week I got the chance to talk with Rob Beckius of Two Hand Hardware. We chat about fishing with his dad from a young age, setting the hook and trout tendenciews, being an engineer, casting, my absurd nighttime habits, problem solving with magnets and 3D printing, rafting, hovercrafts, the importance of sharing information, and alternative uses for tennis balls.
    1h 26m 45s
  • Episode 114 - Dave Zielinski

    23 ENE. 2024 · On this week's episode I'm joined by long time listener, first time caller, Dave Zielinski. We talk all about his new book "Cicada Madness," Jenny Cream Ale, learning to fly fish, loss, saltwater and snook, learning spey, how he got into building boats, stackable canoes, fly preferences, devotion to one type of fishing, crocodiles and many other predators, and so much more.
    2h 12m 38s
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