The DrakeCast Episode #20 – Dylan Tomine & The Fly Tapes

When he's not on the water with clients, he's sitting down with some of the most influential flyfishing writers to ask them about their life in the sport. Rolfe then presents these interviews in his new podcast, The Fly Tapes. This episode takes a few choice clips from Rolfe's show and features Dylan Tomine reading some of his work. Many thanks to Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures and Scott Fly Rods for their continued support of The DrakeCast. A decade ago, when Jason Rolfe was in college studying creative writing, he loved to go down to the local cafe and listen to his contemporaries read their work. The only problem was if you weren't sitting in the crowd, there was no way to experience the author reading his or her work. Rolfe's new podcast "The Fly Tapes" takes recordings of these live performances and makes them available to the masses. Writers on the Fly is about to hit the road with shows in the following cities. Each show benefits a different local non-profit organization dedicated to conservation. For more information, watch out the video below.
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This week’s episode of The DrakeCast aims at introducing our listeners to another great flyfishing podcast that has recently hit the airwaves. Jason Rolfe is a flyfishing guide for Emerald Water Anglers in Washington State. When he’s not on the water with clients, he’s sitting down with some of the most influential flyfishing writers to ask them about their life in the sport. Rolfe then presents these interviews in his new podcast, The Fly Tapes. This episode takes a few choice clips from Rolfe’s show and features Dylan Tomine reading some of his work.

Many thanks to Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures and Scott Fly Rods for their continued support of The DrakeCast.

A decade ago, when Jason Rolfe was in college studying creative writing, he loved to go down to the local cafe and listen to his contemporaries read their work. Feeling frustrated by the lack of creative…

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