Aside from being a very successful business man, Jerry Lewis is an avid fly fisher and head of the Sugar Creek Fly Fishing club. On this episode of the Barbless Podcast, we bring in Jerry to talk about the Sugar Creek Ranch Fly Fishing club and on why you should pay them a visit. We also talk about how the Sugar Creek Ranch is helping out with conservation efforts on endangered salmon species.
In this episode, we explore the devastation caused by California's deadliest fires to date - the Camp Fire, and its impact on our local waterways and fisheries. Allen Harthorn (Friends of Butte Creek) and Michael Hellmair (Fishbio) discuss the fire's repurcussions on the environment now, and in the future. We also explore the recovery efforts and ways in which you can help out those impacted and displaced due to the fire.
Tim Fox has been fishing Northern California since the mid 80s. His experience and knowledge helped him design one of the world's deadliest flies known to man: Fox’s Pupa. “It’s pupalishice!” Join us as we talk fishing and hunting with one of the industry's favorite, and a good friend, Mr. Tim Fox.
While fly fishing remains our bread and butter people still have to put food on the table, and the best way to accomplish this is in the world of bass fishing. Join us as we talk bass fishing with Tyler Bounds and Chad Sweitzer who both compete for the Chico State Bass team.
In this episode we sit down with Jeff Armstrong and learn about how he and his team manage ponds and lakes in Northern California. Managing a lake’s fragile ecosystem is a balancing act of science, hard work and sometimes good, old fashioned intuition.