Small Stream Tactics podcast for Flugfiskeradion

a while ago Jesper Hultqvist of Sweden’s Flugfiskeradion (Fly Fishing Radio) invited me to do a podcast for his site and when asked what topic i would consider, small stream tactics came to mind first as this has been a somewhat obsession of mine in the last ten or so years. the podcast explains the whys and hows pretty well so i won’t dwell too much here.
of course i had prepared notes before the interview and of course i forgot to use them… so, even if it is mentioned at the end i’ll restate here why this type of fly fishing is so close to my heart: Intimacy 
intimacy by necessity but also by choice. these confined environments force us to think and act on a much smaller scale than what we might be used to. every movement has it’s consequence so every movement needs planning. it’s exhausting but it’s a wonderful exhaustion.

  <— Click Here !

yes, the introduction is in swedish but don’t let that scare you off ! it all switches over to english in about 30 seconds.
54 minutes long, you can either listen to it directly on the site or download the MP3 and listen wherever you want. (i highly recommend doing this at work !)
i do hope you enjoy this and hopefully if you’re not already a small stream fan you’ll get inspired to go fish these lovely, magical little waters so full of unexpected treasures.

9 comments on “Small Stream Tactics podcast for Flugfiskeradion

  1. Small Stream Tactics podcast for Flugfiskeradion « the limp cobra | Fishing Tips For Trout says:

    [...] from: Small Stream Tactics podcast for Flugfiskeradion « the limp cobra Credits: Marc Fauvet, The LImp Cobra, the limpcobra.com, trout fishing tips, fishing for trout, Fishing tips, trout fishing, Fly Fishing, Fly [...]

  2. Nice Marc!
    And I always wear camo when blue lining.

  3. I don’t think maps, beer and I would mix very well. Of course I have always dreamed of being a crazy old hermit living deep in the woods. Seems like a good way to find myself in that position…

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