56 episodes

WAYPOINTS is an informative and entertaining podcast for those that fish ... and those that travel to fish. Adventure stories, destination discussions, travel news, location profiles, equipment recommendations, insider tips, and interviews with the most accomplished and interesting names in fly fishing and adventure travel. 

WAYPOINTS - with Jim Klug Jim Klug

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    • 4.9 • 62 Ratings

WAYPOINTS is an informative and entertaining podcast for those that fish ... and those that travel to fish. Adventure stories, destination discussions, travel news, location profiles, equipment recommendations, insider tips, and interviews with the most accomplished and interesting names in fly fishing and adventure travel. 

    Episode 55 - Fly Fishing Belize - Part Two

    Episode 55 - Fly Fishing Belize - Part Two

    In the second episode of this Belize podcast series, Waypoints host Jim Klug is joined once again by Yellow Dog’s Belize program director Matt Kelsic and industry veteran Bryan Gregson to discuss fly fishing throughout Belize. This episode focuses on the differences and offerings of specific fisheries and locations throughout the country, providing a tour of options and destinations from north to south. If you’re considering a first trip (or a return trip) to Belize, this two-part series is a...

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 54 - Fly Fishing Belize – Part One of Two

    Episode 54 - Fly Fishing Belize – Part One of Two

    Waypoints host Jim Klug is joined by Yellow Dog’s Belize program director Matt Kelsic and industry veteran Bryan Gregson to talk all things Belize. In episode one of this two-part series on Belize, Jim and guests discuss why Belize is such a popular and important angling destination, talk travel logistics and the best ways to get to Belize, break down the species found throughout the country, review relevant and effective gear and equipment, talk favorite flies, and discuss lodge packages and...

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Episode 53 - Private Water vs. Public Access, and a Discussion with Brenden Stucky and R.J. Hosking of Rare Waters

    Episode 53 - Private Water vs. Public Access, and a Discussion with Brenden Stucky and R.J. Hosking of Rare Waters

    Stream access rights and regulations in the United States vary throughout the country, and depending on where exactly you’re fishing, the laws dealing with how you can enter a riverbed or step into the water can be wildly different. The subject is a complicated one, and with a growing number of anglers and a continued increase in the popularity of fishing, the stream access issue has dramatically heated up over the past several years. In the midst of the continuing and heated battle for publi...

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 52 - THOMAS SOBIRK – Fly Fishing in Greenland

    Episode 52 - THOMAS SOBIRK – Fly Fishing in Greenland

    At more than 850,000 square miles in size with a total population of less than 57,000 people, Greenland is the world’s largest island. While more than 80% of the country is covered with ice on a year-round basis, the summer months for the coastal areas bring ice-free arctic tundra, crystal-clear conditions on freestone rivers, and incredible numbers of sea-run Arctic Char. This episode of Waypoints – recorded on location in Greenland during a recent ten day trip – focuses on two different loc...

    • 1 hr
    Episode 51 - JACK PORTER – Comparing Argentina and Chile: How to Choose the Best Options for a South American Fishing Trip

    Episode 51 - JACK PORTER – Comparing Argentina and Chile: How to Choose the Best Options for a South American Fishing Trip

    There’s no question that Patagonia is one of the premier freshwater fly fishing destinations in the world – a dynamic, one-of-a-kind region in South America that is home to dozens of world-class lodges, experienced and professional guides, and more rivers, streams, and lakes than can possibly be fished in a lifetime. The options and choices are both plentiful and varied, however, which is why deciding exactly where, when, and how to fish Patagonia can at times be confusing. This is especially...

    • 51 min
    Episode 50 - WADE FELLIN & GUY ALSENTZER – Disappearing Wild Trout Populations in Southwest Montana: What the Hell is Going on in Big Sky Country?

    Episode 50 - WADE FELLIN & GUY ALSENTZER – Disappearing Wild Trout Populations in Southwest Montana: What the Hell is Going on in Big Sky Country?

    In the spring of 2023, Montana’s media started to highlight the fact that wild trout populations in Montana’s Jefferson Basin – an area that includes the world-famous Big Hole, Ruby, Beaverhead and Jefferson Rivers – were in severe distress. Legendary for cold-water fisheries that have historically supported an abundance of wild trout, the rivers in Southwest Montana are currently experiencing what some are calling a population-level collapse. Is it too late to save Southwest Montana’s wild f...

    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
62 Ratings

62 Ratings

JMTS13 ,

Something different every episode!

I recently discovered this podcast and am hooked. Jim does such a great job of interviewing a variety of guests. Listening is like going into a different world for each episode and experiencing it with the folks on the episode. I can’t wait for more episodes!!

noacutedistress ,

Klug is an awesome host

Klug is an awesome host! Keep up the excellent content!

Cmcdm6 ,

Feels like you’re on the water

Great stuff!!

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