Anchored Podcast Ep. 218: Eric Paulson on Swinging vs Nymphing, Fishing with Balloons and More

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Eric Paulson started his fly-fishing career in the Pacific Northwest. Growing up in an outdoor oriented family, Eric spent his time fishing and hunting in waters and terrain ranging from the Pacific Coast to Western Montana.

In 1989, he moved to Bozeman, Montana to chase a college football dream with Montana State University. This dream was short-lived, but he found the passion for exploration of the greater Yellowstone area. The rest is, as they say, history.

In this episode of Anchored, I sit down with Eric to discuss 20+ seasons of being a guide, nymphing vs. swinging, and Spey casting with balloons?

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