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This week I got the chance to talk with Rob Beckius of Two Hand Hardware. We chat about fishing with his dad from a young age, setting the hook and trout tendenciews, being an engineer, casting, my absurd nighttime habits, problem solving with magnet... more
On this week's episode I'm joined by long time listener, first time caller, Dave Zielinski. We talk all about his new book "Cicada Madness," Jenny Cream Ale, learning to fly fish, loss, saltwater and snook, learning spey, how he got into building boa... more
The River Rambler is welcoming in the new year with a visit with Kevin Cayouette. We talk about guiding at Camp Bonaventure, the fishing/chef cross section, his salmon addiction, boats and boat repair, ice fishing, the dynamics of canoe fishing, dog ... more
No expectations and a full heart 🙏🏼
I’ve been following Joe since my re-immersion into steelheading. Thoroughly enjoyed the exchange between two artists sharing their love of the outdoors. Found myself making a vow to return to my coastal “teacher” stream, and sharing it with my cousin with whom I share the love for that location. Completely agree with the ultimate importance of the sharing of fishing experiences that is what really is important. So, as much as I would have liked to hear more of Joe’s recollection of the “origi... more
The best podcast you could ask for regarding steelhead and Spey. The information contained in each interview is book worthy!
My favorite podcast in the Steelhead world.
Happy to have found this on spey pages when Rick gave an overview of what he does off the water. Great guests. Great topics. Maine fisheries need some help. Enjoy hearing the different perspectives on the show.
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The River Rambler launched 5 years ago and published 116 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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