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The Itinerant Angler Podcast, Season Two, Episode Eight

(But need it really be so long?)

The Itinerant Angler Podcast: Season Two

Episode Eight: Standing in a River Waving a (Really Long) Stick with Simon Gawesworth

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Few anglers in the history of the sport have achieved mastery over their chosen specialty on the level of Simon Gawesworth. From the origins of the method in Scotland to the bleeding edge in the Pacific Northwest, spey casting has come a long way. Listen as Simon takes you through the burgeoning world of spey fishing; new spey casters may want to write this down: S-K-A-G-I-T.

Next week: Don't miss our mystery guest!

Special thanks to Old Crow Medicine Show for their permission to use "Gospel Plow" in The Itinerant Angler Podcast. For more excellent modern bluegrass music, visit www.crowmedicine.com. More thanks to Ben Winship and Brian Wicklund of BenWinship.com and FishingMusic.com for supplying their album "Big Twang" and the compilation album "Fishing Music." Check them out through the website or on iTunes! Finally, a big thank you to Jack Lewis of The Olde Surber Station Radio Blog and the Oriskany Strings for providing this week's good old bluegrass music.

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