WOT 137: Brook Trout Fishing in Classic Pocket and "Moments of Chill" with Kiki Galvin
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In this episode we WadeOutThere Kiki Galvin from Falls Church, Virginia. From the time Kiki caught her first sunfish as a young girl, she was hooked. She has been fishing for over sixty years.
As a school teacher Kiki wanted to combine her love of fly fishing with teaching. After attending a guide school in Idaho, she started her own guide service, Misguided.
Kiki has volunteered extensively with numerous organizations that help others through fly fishing, including Trout Unlimited, Project Healing Waters, Casting for Recovery, and the Mayfly Project.
We discuss fly fishing opportunities surrounding the Washington D.C. area, including the Shenandoah National Park, brook trout fishing in classic pocket water, and the importance of what Kiki calls her “moments of chill.”
You can find out more about Kiki, or schedule a guided trip by visiting her website:
Ms Guided Fly Fishing.net
Or email her at:
If you want more information on some of the topics we discussed try reading these articles published at WadeOutThere.com
Five Reasons to Love Small Trout
Every Once in a While, Look Up
Seven Reasons to Fish Small Streams
Six Techniques for Fishing Small Streams
All the Bigger Trout Are Across the River
The Art of the Missed Hookset
We All Have Home Water
For more fly fishing stories, lessons learned, and artwork check out my blog and online gallery at WadeOutThere.com