Dec 15, 2016
Today we will discuss the Fishflies, Alderflies and Dobsonflies - who make up the order Megaloptera. They may not be the most important group for fishing overall, but at certain times and locations you may very well come across trout eating them. And they are fascinating - I mean really, what's up with those whacko...
Nov 16, 2016
No, not some obscure mayfly species, but the inventor of the Binomial System of Nomenclature - the language we all use to communicate about all this wonderful diversity. Ever feel confused about all these latin names? Well, this podcast will clear all that up. Honest.
Oct 24, 2016
I will start releasing these on an about monthly schedule. So, this month we are talking about order Plecoptera, the stoneflies. A relatively primitive group of insects, whose metamorphosis, behavior and lifestyle make them important insects for fly fishing. We'll talk about white nymphs, behavioral drift and even...
Oct 16, 2016
Today we will explore dragonflies. While maybe not the most important insect for fly fishing, they are fascinating. We'll learn about their development, survival strategies, eyesight and migration. Enjoy the program.
Oct 3, 2016
Welcome to the Angler’s Entomology Podcast. In our first episode, I’ll give you a very brief bit of info about who I am and why I’m doing this podcast. I wanted to take what I knew (entomology) and provide enough background, trivia and history to make time on the water more rich. In other words, I hope through...