The Destination Angler Podcast – December 29, 2021
Our destination is Jackson, Wyoming, and the famed Snake River. And our guests are two industry icons and world-renown fly tiers, Scott Sanchez and Howard Cole, JD High Country Outfitters.
Our destination is Jackson, Wyoming, and the famed Snake River. And our guests are two industry icons and world-renown fly tiers, Scott Sanchez and Howard Cole, JD High Country Outfitters. If you could pick a perfect spot to open a fly shop, Jackson Hole just might just be at top of the list. The number and variety of fly fishing opportunities in this area are astounding, not to mention the scenery. Scott and Howard have written hundreds of articles, invented dozens of innovative fly patterns, and have won numerous industry awards. Here they cover all the key rivers and access points, the history of Jackson Hole, cutthroat migration patterns, the “one fly” competition, and why the Snake is a great place to catch a native Cutthroat on a dry. Stick around for the back half of the show as these master fly tiers describe their process for inventing new patterns. Bonus: Flat Creek and the National Elk Refuge will challenge the best of anglers.
With Host, Steve Haigh
About Scott Sanchez and Howard Cole
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Available on Apple, Spotify, or where ever you get your podcasts
Recorded Dec 13, 2021. Episode 55.
Music on the show by A Brother’s Fountain, “Hitch Hike-Man”.
Podcast edited by Podcast Volume https://www.podcastvolume.com/
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