[Interview starts at 27:29]
Invoice Sisson is the founding editor of Angler’s Journal journal and his lately revealed ebook, Seasons of the Striper, is a chic pictorial love letter to striped bass fishing. Invoice has seen many adjustments within the striped bass fishery through the years, and his household goes again for generations of striped-bass anglers—each sport and business fishing. He tells some nice tales of previous striped-bass escapades, which I do know you’ll take pleasure in listening to.
Within the Fly Field, we now have some stable questions and a few informative info from listeners, together with:
- On a current podcast, a listener described a way of pre-tying nymphs on a dropper with a perfection loop, however I can’t determine the best way to connect them to my dry fly with a loop-to-loop connection. How do you accomplish this?
- A listener provides us some nice background on the historical past of public stream entry in the USA.
- A listener warns of of an alarming development of beaver misinformation.
- Why do I hold dropping trout on my barbless flies? Am I placing an excessive amount of stress on the fish?
- What ideas are you able to give me on fishing with my fiberglass rod in salt water?
- I fish for bass in spring creeks. Do you assume they are going to be lively in late fall and winter?
- How do the gases within the exoskeleton of a midge pupa kind?
- Is there any hope of fishing a dry dropper in winter?
- Do you have got any ideas for fishing small streams when there’s ice in a creek?