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In this podcast, we sit down with Captain Chris Shultz and discuss how he worked his way back into guiding after the loss of his leg in a motorcycle accident. We also discuss he love for pursuing Cobia, Tarpon, Marsh Hens, and waterfowl.
In this podcast, we sit down with Captain Matt Chipperfield and discuss all things Sea Trout. This podcast was recorded live at Marsh Fest 2023.
In this podcast, we sit down with Drew Wilson (Drewlr) and discuss his love for travel, tattoos, and chasing fish. Drew shares with us how he has merged his art … Continue reading #102 Drewlr: Tattoos & Trout
In this podcast, we sit down with Mason Matejcek and discuss hunting and fishing along Texas’ coast. Rather than going to college, Mason chose to begin guiding at eighteen. Throughout the past eight years Mason has been able to build his business and learn from some of the best. In this episode, we dive into tips for getting started, scouting, and chasing ducks.
In this podcast, we sit down with Luke Spear and talk about his childhood growing up in the Keys with his father, and legendary guide, Harry Spear. We also discuss how he is trying to grow as a guide, the importance of observation, and his upcoming Elk trip to Colorado.
In this podcast, we sit down and chat with Justin Anderson of Historic Coast Outfitters about the operation that he and his team are building in St Augustine Florida. Make sure to join us at Marsh Fest on October 7th at North Guana Outpost. The event will be from 2:00-8:00PM and feature live music, food, and more.
In this podcast, we sit down with Ed Nicholas of No Boundaries Oman and discuss his world class fishing operation located in the Indian Ocean. In this episode, Ed shares how his life led him to exploring the coastal waters of Oman, the ups and downs of building his business, and his obsession with chasing monster GTs.
In this podcast, Hunter Leavine sits down with Peter Kaple of the Skiff Wanderer to discuss lessons from his childhood, how he got his start in podcasting, fishing, family, and how to make better pizzas.
In this podcast, we sit down with Keegan Murphy and Logan Dickerson of the UCF Reel Knights Fishing Club. In this episode, we discuss the ins and outs of collegiate fishing clubs and dive into the impact that they can make in the lives of students.
In this podcast, we sit down with Adam Barker and discuss the importance of staying present, being prepared, and the lessons he has learned from photography.
In this podcast, we sit down with Bob Owen’s of Lone Duck Dog Chronicles and discuss tips and training for all things boat dogs.
In this podcast, we sit down with Gabriel “Blue Gabe” Arrington and discuss how he went from dropping out of high school to running a successful Outdoor YouTube channel. Gabriel also shares about the importance of hard work and how he deals with negativity. We also dive into some great tips for learning new skills and catching soft shell turtles.
In this podcast, we sit down with Blane Chocklett and Jared DiVincent to discuss Georgia’s often overlooked coastal fishery. This podcast was recorded live at On the Fly Outfitters.
In this podcast, we sit down with Greg Peterson and Adam Fernandez for a live recording at Tailwater Outfitters. In this episode, Greg shares how he went from chasing Steelhead in his mom’s minivan to running a successful guide service in the bay area. We also discuss how to help people connect with nature and move from spectators to advocates. This podcast was recorded as a part of the Tampa Bay Waterkeeper Tournament. To learn more, head to tampabaywaterkeeper.org.
In this podcast, we sit down with Josh Crumpton of Spoke Hollow Outdoors and former guest Drew Chicone. In this episode we discuss how we can all better handle learning curves when it comes to the outdoors and ways in which we can create more “on ramps” for others for getting connected to nature. This episode also feature a special musical performance from Tanner Usrey.
In this podcast, we sit down with Captain Ryan Harrington and discuss a wide range of fishing for shallow water redfish to tournament bill fish. We also discuss Ryan’s philosophy of “no enemies on the water,” and the significance of mentors.
In this podcast, we sit down to chat with Paul Puckett about how art has shaped the way he views the outdoors. Paul also shares about how he has learned to embrace mistakes, and why “perfection is boring.” We are also joined by Owen Plair of Rivers and Glen to discuss all things Charleston. This podcast also features some of Paul’s original songs.
In this podcast, we sit down with Matt Morrison and Drew Friedrich of Cohutta Fishing Company. In this episode, we discuss how to develop anglers, float trips for trout, and travel tips for visiting Blue Ridge Georgia.
In this podcast, we sit down with Johnnie Candle and discuss all things Walleye fishing. In this episode, Johnnie shares some stories and lessons he has learned from over 30+ years of professional angling, including some helpful insight into utilizing maps and learning new waters. This episode also includes a special musical performance by Florida Folk Artist Leon Majcen.