Posted on March 19 2020
Interview starts at 32:13
We’ve done a bit with trout Spey on the podcast, but never one specifically on flies for trout Spey. Luckily, Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions, who produces the best fly tying videos, has become a trout Spey addict and in the podcast he talks about tactics and tying special patterns for Trout Spey.
In the Fly Box this week, we have the following tips and questions:
- When king salmon move into a pool, do they push the resident trout around?
- During high water, do trout swim around a lot?
- A great tip on tilting your head for better glare reduction with polarized lenses
- Are long-shank hooks a good or bad idea for pike fishing?
- Why aren’t there more white trout flies?
- Why is it tough to catch trout in the Northeast during the winter?
- What advantages does a 10-foot 8-weight H3 rod offer over a 9-footer?
- I have heard that a heavier rod helps you land bigger fish. Won’t a lighter rod offer better tippet protection?
- Is there one line that will work for both Lake Texacoma and Gulf Coast salt water?
- Is UV resin toxic? Does it have a strong smell?