A fly fishing podcast is a good way to learn something new while on the move. With so much information coming at us all the time, it is hard to find the time to take it all in. I try to read my fly fishing magazines when I have time but I am usually to tired in the evening. Podcasts are a great way to find out what is new in the industry while waiting in line, driving or any time you have a free moment. You can either download them from I-Tunes or stream them from the individual websites.
I spend a lot of time in the car and my favorite podcast is Ask About Fly Fishing which is produced here in Colorado. They have information on every kind of fishing with local experts from around the country. Each show is recorded live on the internet and you can submit questions during the show. Then you can find their previously recorded shows in the archives! The live podcast is on Wednesdays at 7pm mountain time about once a month.
The second podcast is from Orvis and is hosted by Tom Rosenbauer. Tom has a lot of books to his name and many years in the fly fishing industry. These podcasts tend to be shorter so they are easier to listen to if you are pressed for time. You can access these from the Orvis fishing apps that can be downloaded to your Android phone or I-phone.
The final two podcast's I know about are from fishexplorer and Zach Mathews, The Itinerant Angler.