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The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast

Produced by The Orvis Company and hosted by Tom Rosenbauer, author of The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide, this podcast will provide you with tips on how to get the most of your time on the water. Read more about Orvis at

Tom has been getting requests for a podcast on floating lines. Feeling like he could use a little more education on the subject himself, he called in Jim Lepage, Orvis Vice-President of Rod and Tackle to help address questions on their use and care. Things get really detailed in this podcast... a must-hear for the techies!

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Direct download: All_About_Floating_Lines_with_Jim_Lepage_VP_of_Orvis_Rod__Tackle.mp3
Category:Fly Fishing -- posted at: 1:09pm EST

Up here in Vermont, it's getting darker earlier and a heck of a lot colder. It does not take much for the mind to drift to thoughts of  the Bahamas and bonefish. Tom has ten great tips for bonefish anglers of every level and throws in a quick freshwater tip by request.

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Check out this video of  our groundbreaking, patent-pending, and exclusive sonic-welded seam fly fishing wader technology that eliminates threads that can wear out and stitch holes that, over time, can eventually cause leaks. Find out more -

Direct download: New_Sonic_Seam_Waders_from_Orvis.mp4
Category:Fly Fishing -- posted at: 2:19pm EST

The snow arrived this week in Vermont and reminded Tom that he had more tips to share with us on fly fishing in winter. Grab your hot chocolate and take notes... there's a LOT of good stuff in this episode.

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Direct download: More_Winter_Fly_Fishing_Tips.mp3
Category:Fly Fishing -- posted at: 4:49pm EST

Orvis Product Developer Tim Daughton with the three rules of stopping the spread of invasive species: Inspect, Clean and Dry
Direct download: Tips_from_Orvis_on_Stopping_the_Spread_of_Invasive_Species.mp4
Category:Fly Fishing -- posted at: 10:20am EST

We get LOTS of requests asking us how to get kids into fly fishing. Tom thinks the best way is to get them interested in fly tying first.

In this podcast he tells us how to do just that.

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Direct download: How_to_Get_Kids_into_Fly_Tying.mp3
Category:Fly Fishing -- posted at: 4:13pm EST

This will be the last episode of Double Barrel that will piggyback on the Fly Fishing Guide Podcast's feed. We hope you will subscribe to Orvis Double Barrel on iTunes by searching for Orvis or by going to

In this episode of The Double Barrel Brett is joined by VP of Orvis Rod & Tackle and author of The Orvis Guide to Great Sporting Lodge Cuisine, Jim LePage.

Jim and Brett discuss their favorite ways to prepare duck.

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Direct download: Double_Barrels_Favorite_Duck_Recipes.mp3
Category:Fly Fishing -- posted at: 11:43am EST

Tom has returned from a very nasty bout with H1N1 to record a podcast episode on our most requested podcast topic so far: STEELHEAD! It's possible that no other topic can inspire as much discussion among anglers as fly fishing for steelhead. Tom's take on technique is "if it's legal, it works for you and you're having fun, it's all good." Whatever you style, Tom has some great tips in this podcast! Send us a suggestion for a future podcast at or visit us on Facebook at
Direct download: Swine_Flu_Survivor_Steelhead_Madness_Podcast.mp3
Category:Fly Fishing -- posted at: 9:29am EST

In this episode, Bruce and Brett discuss how to best use your time shooting skeet or clays as practice for the field.

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As suggested by listeners on our Facebook page, Tom gives five reasons there are so many flies and fly variations out there to choose from. He also tells us his favorite, go-to fly.

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Direct download: Five_Reasons_There_Are_So_Many_Flies_In_The_World.mp3
Category:Fly Fishing -- posted at: 3:59pm EST

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