The Destination Angler Podcast – March 4, 2021
Our destination is East Lake in Central Oregon and our guest is expert guide and author, Jeff Perin, owner of the Fly Fishers Place in Sisters, OR.
Our destination is East Lake in Central Oregon and our guest is expert guide and author, Jeff Perin, owner of the Fly Fishers Place in Sisters, OR. Jeff gives us a whirlwind tour of top fisheries such as the Deschutes, the McKenzie, the Metolius, Crane Prairie Reservoir, Paulina Lake, and takes a deep dive into East Lake, Jeff’s favorite, as he dials us in to stillwater fishing, Oregon style. With 40 years’ experience, Jeff is a wealth of knowledge having traveled the world in search of trout from Patagonia to Belize to Christmas Island to New Zeeland. He’s written for Fly Fisherman Magazine and many other national and local publications, is a frequent speaker at fly fishing shows and clubs, has appeared twice on ESPN’s Fly Fishing America, and is active in many conservation efforts.
Bonus: stillwater basics, top food sources, and even the deadly Tasmanian “washing line” rig!
With Host, Steve Haigh
Jeff Perin, the Fly Fisher’s Place
The Tasmanian “washing line” rig: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFpdAzQp6UI
Comments & Suggestions: host, Steve Haigh, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Recorded Jan 27, 2021. Episode 34.
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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