Anchored Podcast Ep. 217: Tommy Lynch on Night Fishing, Snagging, and More

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Anchored Podcast: Tommy Lynch is the first person who comes to my mind when I think about night-fishing for huge brown trout. Having guided over twenty years in Michigan, Tommy has earned a reputation for being one of the fishiest guys in the area. In this episode of Anchored, I sit down with him to discuss the ins and outs of night-fishing, and learn some other fun facts along the way. I wanted to take a moment to also let you know that after nearly a decade’s break of hosting trips, I’m back at it this July in Montana with Kelly Galloup’s Slide Inn. This is a member’s only trip, but there’s still space if you’d like to sign up to grab a spot. Find out more by emailing me at [email protected]

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