Lance Egan is on the podcast today to cover Euro Nymping, fly tying and his experience with Team USA. We talk about the advantages of using jig hooks and slotted beads and why you should avoid lower cost tungsten beads.
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Show Notes with Lance Egan
Curtis Fry was on the podcast in episode 40 and talked about Fly Fish Food.
Fish Tech Outfitters was another company Lance worked for before joining Cabelas and Fly Fish Food.
Ryan Barnes and Devin Olson were team members on the USA National Team. Here’s a video for Ryan Barnes’ favorite Euro Nymph.
Jack Dennis was part of the early Team USA period when they started getting more competitive.
Jeff Currier was on the podcast in episode 65 and also worked for Jack Dennis and Team USA.
Umpqua carries some of Lance’s flies although he’s not getting rich off of them.
The Hanack 400 jig hook is a goto for Lance.
The Pat’s Rubberleg stone variation by Lance.
The Frenchie, the thread frenchie, the red dart, the rainbow warrior plus cornfed caddis and bionic ant.
Fly Tying with Uncle Cheech is a great resource on Facebook for fly tying.
Here are two of the best resources for euro nymphing. Modern nymphing and elevated.
Here’s Gilbert Rowley’s youtube channel.
Here’s a link to the euro nymphing class that is at Fly Fish Food on youtube.
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You can find Lance on Instagram at Lance Egan Fly Fishing
Conclusion with Lance Egan
Lance Egan breaks out the resources today for euro nymphing and fly tying. We talk about a bunch of resources that will help you with your euro nymphing game. We hear about the amazing pattern that puts the elk hair in the backseat.
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