Fly Fishing, Hellraiser teasers, Bait and Reels
John Henigin and Frank Selby open hour one with Chris Witt. Chris is the developer of Rippin Hoo teasers and Hellraiser teasers. These products are available in 11 countries and are endorsed by Jim with Blue Sky Charters out of Cabo. Definitely worth a look at http://www.rippinhoo.com. and https://www.facebook.com/hellraiserteaser.
Up next it’s Len Zinkler, president of Fly Fishers International. Since 1964, Fly Fishers International has been an organized voice for fly fishers around the world. They love to introduce men, women and kids to the outdoors and fishing. Len says you can get the equipment you need to get into fly fishing for under $100. Go to https://www.flyfishersinternational.org.
Wrapping up hour one is Mike Harris. Mike is a charter boat captain on the Chesapeake Bay. His shares some techniques for catching striped bass. Plus he gives us a cool history lesson about how stripers got shipped from the east coast to San Francisco Bay back in the early 1900s. More on Mike at http://mikeharrisoutdoors.com.
Our first guest for hour two is Bob Jacklin out of West Yellowstone, Montana. Bob just started his 49th year guiding. The guys talk about everything from the Firehole River to hot springs to successful flys. Check out Bob’s shop at http://jacklinsflyshop.com.
John Prochnow stops by next. John is director of product development for Berkeley. They’re the folks who came up with PowerBait and Gulp. John gives some insights as to how they develop their baits. Good info at
Our last guest for hour two is Jeff Patterson with Abel Reels. Abel Fly Fishing reels and accessories are produced using the highest quality materials and craftsmanship. Frank Selby says he has probably 30 Abel Reels. Their web site is https://abelreels.com.