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Domenick Swentosky

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Life on the water. Troutbitten is a deep dive into fly fishing for wild trout in wild places. Author and guide, Domenick Swentosky, shares stories, tips, tactics and conversations with friends about fly fishing through the woods and water. Explore more. Fish hard. And discover fly fishing at Troutbitten.com — an extensive resource with 800+ articles about trout, friends, family and the river.
 
Already being described as "the worst way to spend a long commute", the De Trout Spinners is a nostalgic dive into the hilarious, chaotic and oddly sweet world of the 2001-2005 Xfm Ricky Gervais Show. Join Miles and Gary as they take a retrospective look through the Xfm RSK archive, breaking down each episode chronologically each week, in wistful, loving and (they hope - wrongly) humorous episodes. GET IN TOUCH Twitter: @SpinnersPodcast Email: SpinnersPodcast@gmail.com YouTube: https://bit.l ...
 
Today’s The Day is the transformation BIZ movement to live every day as if it were THE day! You have something within you, a piece that is destined for greatness! Greatness takes many different courses and looks very different to many people, one common element is that we only have Today to live free and share this greatness with the world! Join me as we dive into what it looks like to live a Today's The Day life style, as we create and discover the FULL truths of success, business, and our ...
 
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To the uninitiated Cole Gallagher is a musical force to be reckoned with and when you hear his music for the first time you know this musician has some great things to say in his music. The Trout interviews new up and coming singer songwriter, Cole Gallagher, who talks about his life and his musical journey. Gallagher knows how to write a hit song …
 
I've been building the Night Fishing for Trout Series here on Troutbitten for many years. It's an ongoing series of chapters that cover some of what I’ve learned about trout after dark. But I’m careful with that word “learned.” Sure, I’ve come a long way in the fifteen years or so that I’ve spent night fishing. And time on the water has taught me t…
 
The De Trout Spinners. It’s like Celebrity Love Island without the sun and slappers. This week we discuss Series 4 | Episode 2 | 4 June 2005. Ricky dedicates the show to a group of scientists working in the Antarctic and Karl doesn't want anyone to put their finger up his arse. LISTEN TO THE ORIGINAL XFM SHOWS INCLUDING THIS ONE: https://www.youtub…
 
The Stability Zone "Shangri-La for Kings" by Matt Straw There is another dimension, between time and space, between the swells and the lake’s floor. It’s the middle ground between emptiness and bait. It’s a place called…the Stability Zone. Learn about King Salmon and Ideal Temperatures for stable salmon fishing.…
 
So, you know how you see something from far away and it looks really great? It’s almost perfect. But if you look a little closer, even from a long distance, you might start to find a few things that aren’t quite right. But it’s good . . . it’s still pretty good. When you get even closer, you notice more problems. And when you’ve been around it for …
 
"The Analogues decided to start a mission to perform all six of these albums in their entirety. Did the world need another tribute band? Probably not. But The Analogues are anything but a typical tribute band. Their mission: to play those iconic, never-performed Beatles albums live - after all. Integral, one by one. No wigs, no costumes, but an obs…
 
What might commonly be referred to as a junk fly makes its way to the end of my line pretty often. And for certain times of the year, through the summer and through the winter, I lean on junk flies as my go-to staples. But my understanding of junk flies has evolved over time. I get it now. You can’t just put any kind of bright, flashy materials on …
 
I want to thank the ladies, cause you know, it's nothin' without the ladies. We're obsessed with listener demographics, but noticed that even though the Xfm shows are growing in popularity everyday there is still a huge gender disparity between male and female listeners. Why there are so few female listeners? To shed some light on this, we invited …
 
What can you do with someone if they're mental? Employ them on a podcast! Enjoy this extended edition of Xfm in the Community where we share your feedback. If you have a question, story, theory or critique you'd like us to read on the podcast then we'd love to hear from you via email or Twitter. If you enjoy the show then please tell your friends, …
 
We all miss fish and lose fish on a fly. Why does it happen? Is it an accident? Is it avoidable? And how can we improve our hookup and landing ratio on the water? If you’re at the point where you’re worrying about why you are missing and losing fish, then really. . . you know you’re already doing a lot of things right. Fooling trout is the hard par…
 
"Keith Secola is an icon and ambassador of Native music. He is one of the most influential artists in the field today. Rising from the grassroots of North America, he is a songwriter of the people. Critics have dubbed him as the Native versions of both Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen. NDN Kars (Indian cars), his most popular song is considered the…
 
Fish with Jared Cady - www.bigskyanglers.com. Jared talks the techniques and holding water of Brown Trout and Rainbows in storied watersheds like Idaho's Henry's Fork and the Madison River. From the size of the flies to the species of bugs, listen as Jared talks one of the best trout fisheries on planet earth.…
 
Since You Been Gone by Rainbow, since we've been gone... This week we discuss Series 4 | Episode 1 | 28 May 2005. The show returns, Ricky and Stephen are standing in for Adam and Joe. They comment about how nothing has changed, except that the listenership has gone down possibly because each year a few old XFM listeners die, of smack addictions or …
 
800,000 U.S. veterans struggle with physical injuries, PTSD and other emotional distress. Guitars For Vets believes guitars can help with the healing process. The Trout speaks with Bernie Kampf, Guitars For Vets Chicago-IL Chapter Coordinator, about how Guitars for Vets has helped by providing guitar lessons and free guitars to thousands of veteran…
 
You can’t really learn a river until you’ve learned to fish. You need some confidence in your skills to cover a section of new water, to fish it well and then walk away with some opinions about what that river holds rather than asking questions about your techniques and decisions. Learning a river comes by dedicating your time. You must give a part…
 
Beth Slusher, CEO of Give a Note Foundation, speaks with The Trout about Where you live shouldn’t determine what you learn. No school is whole without the sound of students learning the greatness of their own voices. Music is primary in education and we are keeping it in schools because #MusicEdMatters. Give A Note Foundation’s Music Education Inno…
 
Living a fly fishing life, being Troutbitten, is something that you can’t shake off. Your mind always churns over something tactical, like a fresh spin on an old streamer retrieve. Or maybe you’re daydreaming about the upstream reaches above the water that you chose last weekend -- fishing past dusk before walking out, a mile and a half, under the …
 
Touring rock musicians need to keep in shape for their grueling touring schedules. Coming to their rescue is Physiotherapist Anna Achimowicz with her professional skill sets to help musicians keep their bodies in great shape. The Trout interviews Anna and discovers that she's not only a physiotherapist she's also a bass guitarist in a metal band, r…
 
In the last podcast, episode 7 of season 3, we talked about finding your water and finding space. And we acknowledged that everyone wants this. Everyone. I don’t know any fisherman who sets out to fish beside a bunch of strangers for the day. Because part of the experience we seek is getting away from everything else in life, for just a bit. No mat…
 
No new episode this week (sorry folks), so we thought we'd dip into the archive and share a show from our sister podcast, His Little Legs. Keep us in burgers and grapes by joining us on Patreon for as little as £3 a month. Patreon Detroutees get one bonus episode a month, personalised shout-out and most importantly, set the agenda for what we talk …
 
Dr. Nick Hartell is a research scientist, professor and knowledgeable in diseases such as alzheimer's and opioid addiction. He's spent decades of helping the scientific community with his research until his job was eliminated during the Covid pandemic. What's does a scientist do after that? Well, you start building custom electric guitars for guita…
 
Every angler wants to fish somewhere new — someplace untouched. We want novel experiences. Something about trout fishing, about catch and release and about throwing flies, attracts the explorer. Long term anglers are most often the adventurers. They’re the pathfinders — the ones who find the qualities of solitude and peace more important than fishi…
 
Muscle Shoals, Alabama is the Hit Music Capital of America. With its small town southern charm, Muscle Shoals has been the final destination for some of the biggest names in music to record their #1 hits. The Trout interviews local Muscle Shoals music historian and tour guide, Johnny Belew. Johnny takes us on a musical journey with his second to no…
 
This episode is about fly casting — why it matters more than anything, and how we can improve our accuracy and control over the system with just a few key adjustments. All fly fishing styles require good casting skills. My friends and I fish a Mono Rig for most underwater presentations. But this tight line approach for nymphs and streamers falls ap…
 
Julia Doherty, Australian singer and songwriter, talks about composing and recording her tune "Be the Change". Julia has been writing and performing in Australia for years and her mission in her newest song is important for all us that wish to make a change in our communities and beyond. Because it all starts with each of us doing our part and step…
 
A toast! To Radiohead! Happy Easter, Thom and all the lads (don't eat too many eggs, boys!) And on the third day, Jesus emerged from a cave to which a startled Mary Magdalene said "never mind the beard, we're you been for three days...and is that a new episode of The De Trout Spinners?". A belated Easter Xfm in the Community bank holiday special fo…
 
This episode is about exploring the water types of a river to find hungry trout. And we’re thinking beyond just fast water, slow water, riffles, runs and pools. Sure, recognizing the basic features of the stream you’re fishing is a great starting point. But this is Troutbitten, so you know we’re going to take things a bit further. We want to know m…
 
We had the pleasure of visiting the new Margo+Lola fly fishing school on the Rush River near Ellsworth Wisconsin in late March. Co-founder Mark Walinske gave us a proper tour of the grounds and was even nice enough to put us on a few nice fish. We learn about what the fly fishing school has to offer and how Margo+Lola is pushing to make Flyfishing …
 
Dendy Jarrett, Executive Director Gibson Cares, visits with The Trout about how Gibson Cares has been helping thousands of needy musicians and nonprofits with new guitars and their business expertise. For over 125 years Gibson has been shaping, contributing, and supporting sound through their guitars…across many generations and genres of music. In …
 
Something electric happens when we hook into the fish of the day, the fish of the season or maybe the fish of a lifetime. Our hearts beat faster. The adrenaline pumps because the stakes are raised. This is the fish we’ve been waiting for, and we don’t want to lose the opportunity. And that feeling never fades. Across fishing styles and over the cen…
 
The Trout interviews Bhopal, India musician, producer, songwriter and recording engineer, Pratyush Upadhyay about his career in music and how he doesn't produce typical Bollywood music. Upadhyay is founder and owner of 432hz Music Studio that provides a myriad of services to his clients including -'Music Composing, Arrangement, Music Direction, Lyr…
 
One of the greatest attractions to fly fishing can also present one of the biggest barriers. It’s the bugs. The aquatic insects that make up the bulk of a trout’s food base are intriguing, but they’re also somewhat mysterious The advanced angler explores the nuances of these bugs. Some insects are good swimmers and emerge fast, so a presentation ou…
 
We do talk twaddle. Thanks for coming in. This week we discuss Series 3 | Episode 12 | 17 January 2004. Karl screams as Steve holds him down and Ricky rubs his nipple against Karl's lips in an attempt to have Karl kiss it. LISTEN TO THE ORIGINAL XFM SHOWS INCLUDING THIS ONE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_HUcLH0KPI RELATED LINKS: The De Trout Sp…
 
Movie Composer, Kevin Besignano, spent time visiting with The Trout about composing the music for "As They Made Us" and what it takes to be a movie composer. Kevin Besignano has been known in the music world for the last 2 decades as a touring musician and musical artist. He's toured the world playing in bands such as Unwritten Law, Bullets and Oct…
 
I know people who say "You're never gonna stop that podcast, are ya?" So... One of us is lyin' again. This week we discuss Series 3 | Episode 11 | 10 January 2004. The gang are back and they're talking about the mysteries of the universe. Steve talks about how crap James Bond is. Karl talks about elephants with wooden teeth and Kirsty the lab assis…
 
The Trout interviews Nadine Page, Clinical Director and Founder, of The Creative Well. The Creative Well is an international organization that supports the mental health and well-being of musicians and all other allied professionals working within the music industry, inclusive of students striving towards a career. We are a safe space where full se…
 
Casting, drifting, swinging and stripping -- everything else is downtime. As Paul said, “Brother, there are no flying fish in Montana” — or anywhere else, for that matter. Flies in the water — that’s where we want them. A trout at the end of the line. That’s what we’re aiming for. But there are seemingly endless tasks required for a fishing trip. A…
 
Season Three begins with a round-table discussion about fishermen's secrets and what happens when we give up the most sensitive of them -- spot burning. My full panel of fishing buddies is back for this third season: Austin Dando, Trevor Smith, Josh Darling, Bill Dell and now Matt Grobe. We kick off season three with one of the most contentious top…
 
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