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Domenick Swentosky
Troutbitten
Life on the water. Troutbitten is a deep dive into fly fishing for wild trout in wild places. Author and guide, Domenick Swentosky, shares stories, tips, tactics and conversations with friends about fly fishing through the woods and water. Explore more. Fish hard. And discover fly fishing at Troutbitten.com — an extensive resource with 900+ articles about trout, friends, family and the river.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 772 ratings
Great Podcast
This is an enjoyable and educational podcast for the fly fisherman in the pursuit of trout. Started listening over a year ago and have gone back to listen to many of the past episodes. A great job by Dom and his Troutbitten Team!
Mila conversion via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/22/24
Well done
Very helpful.
🎣🦖🐟🐌 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/22/24
Informative and Entertaining
New to fly fishing and luckily found this podcast. Using this resource has proven to help my success on the water. Thanks to the Troutbitten crew for giving me something to look forward to on my drive to work!
RBrodhead via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/14/24
Recent Episodes
Published 02/25/24
Here we are with our final installment, part seven of our series on critical nymphing concepts. Almost all of our focus throughout this series has been on achieving dead drifts. We aim for natural looks that imitate what the real bugs do most. So we try to stay in one lane, we try to find the...
Published 02/25/24
This episode is about tension and slack. It's about how we manage fly lines and leaders on the water while nymphing. Remember, each of these episodes — all of these concepts — apply to all styles of nymphing. So we might choose to lay line on the water with an indicator rig (and sometimes mend...
Published 02/18/24
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