Published Sep 26. 2019 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Mar 1. 2024

I'm on the air!

Dave Stewart from the podcast "Wet Fly Swing" contacted me for participation in one of his podcasts, and it’s now online to enjoy.

I'm on the air!
I'm on the air!
Wet Fly Swing/Luca Barosselli

I didn't quite make it to be podcast number 100 from Wet Fly Swing, but I consider number 99 to be fine, and congratulate Dave in advance on his upcoming anniversary. Well done!
Dave approached me earlier this year, asking if I wanted to be featured on his show, and I of course accepted his invitation. I like listening to podcasts, I have made quite a few myself, and was pleased to be able to help a fellow publisher get some (hopefully) decent content.
Dave's podcast has been running for a while, and the concept is interviews – or rather talks – since Dave does ask questions, but things often develop into conversations rather than Q&A's.
Our talk circles around sea trout fishing, becoming a fly fisher, making a web site and of course also a little about how being diagnosed with MS impacted my fishing and my life.

The Wet Fly Swing podcast player
The Wet Fly Swing podcast player
Wet Fly Swing

Dave's show is absolutely worth listening to, and there's a huge backlog of shows (98 at the current time), which you can just play directly from the site or download to whatever podcast player you are using.

Find all the shows here.

You will find a lot of recognizable names like Gunnar Brammer, Shawn Holsinger, Brian O'Keefe, Joe Humphreys, Flip Pallot, Tom Rosenbauer, Ed Engle, John Gierach… and even Hank Patterson (AKA Travis Swartz). The row of names is long and the subjects are interesting, and there's almost endless hours of fly fishing focused entertainment for your commutes, your breaks, your bedtime "reading".


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