Summer’s here, and for a lot of people that means it’s time to get to a river and fly fish. A panel of guests joins us to explore the joys, challenges, and the art of fly fishing.
Summer’s here, and for some people that means it’s time to get to a river and fly fish. For the essayist Jeff Metcalf, fly fishing is a healing balm for the body and soul. For the writer Max Werner, it’s a way to reconnect with non-human nature. And for Heidi Lewis, a mother and business owner, casting a Parachute Adams or stripping a wooly sculpin is an escape from life’s hectic demands. Metcalf, Werner, and Lewis join us Tuesday to talk about the joys, the challenges, and the art of fly fishing.
Heidi Lewis is the founder of the group Utah Women Flyfishers.