#060 Jamie Howard: Fishing, Filming, and Working through the Chaos

Love it or hate it, film and media has been a shaping force in the outdoor world. From books to articles, films, and tv shows people have been able to see, learn, and experience the woods and waters of the world. In today’s episode, I sit down with filmmaker Jamie Howard and discuss his career in outdoor media, the stories of some of his most iconic movies like Chasing Silver and In Search of a Rising Tide. We also discuss how he went from being a kid in Virginia running around recording audio of birds to working with some of the best anglers on the water around the world. Jamie also shares how he has been influenced by his projects as an angler, his care for conservation, the tricky balance of showing fisheries without exploiting them, and how he has learned to work amongst the chaos that comes with production. Learn more about him at HowardFilms.com

#065 Travis Huckeba: Hard Work, Slow Living, and Rural Fisheries Captains Collective Fishing Podcast

In this podcast, we sit down with Travis Huckeba of Saltwater Solutions and discuss his roots in the Florida Panhandle, the ropes of rural fisheries, and the importance of hard work. Travis also shares with us the need for respect between guides and recreational anglers, and how he has combated burn out over the years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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