Anchored Podcast Ep. 143: Topher Browne on Barometer, Water Levels, Fly Speed and Tradition

Topher Browne On Barometer, Water Levels, Fly Speed And Tradition
Share:
Table of Contents

Anchored Podcast:


For this week’s episode of Anchored, I went back through the archives of a television show I used to host. While sifting through files, I found one of my favourite interviews that never made it to air. It’s a fascinating discussion with author and salmon aficionado Topher Browne.   

Topher and I discuss how fly size selection relates to the speed of water, how the barometer affects salmon and steelhead, as well as water temperature, DNA, thyroxine levels, and if fish are more likely to bite when the water is rising or dropping.

Buy Topher’s BookAtlantic Salmon Magic
Length: 51:44

Picture of Anchored Outdoors

Anchored Outdoors

Anchored Outdoors is an ever-growing network of fly fishing experts who’ve been brought together by podcaster and fellow outdoorswoman, April Vokey.

Subscribe to our newsletter

Related Stories

In this episode of Anchored, we discuss the ins and outs of podcasting, what drives Dave’s passion to release three episodes a week, how he finds his guests, and so much more!
How Rick turned from medical student to full-time fishing guide, his exciting discovery of steelhead in lesser known streams, our upcoming trip at his lodge in Wrangell, AK, and more!
In the second part of this two-part episode, we pick up where we left off and also explore conversation around hatcheries and TU’s thoughts on climate change.