In this podcast, we sit down with Steve Yancar and Chad Smith of Praech Productions (not a typo) and discuss their entrance into outdoor media, how they work through differences, … Continue reading #073 Steve Yancar and Chad Smith: Praech Productions, Working through Differences, and Learning from the Best
Guiding Flow Series: Tampa Bay Round Table. In this podcast, we sit down with Maya Burke of the Tampa Bay Estuary Program and Captain Dustin Pack to to discuss some of the victories and challenges surrounding Tampa Bay. In this episode we discuss the variations and importance of seagrass, water flow, and the science behind red tide. We also talk about the history and current landscape of Tampa’s fishery.
Brandon also shares how he approaches fishing the flats, tips on chasing permit, and how to reading the water.
outs of Florida’s Everglades, and how his days of surfing as a teen eventually led to him building his own custom skiffs. Brian is a modern day gladesmen who has dedicated his life to learning as much as he can about these amazing waters. From scouting for fish to planning camping trips, Brian gives some great insight during this conversation.
In this podcast, we sit down with Court Douthit of the Saltwater Specialist located in Tampa Bay. In this episode, Court shares the correlations between hiking and flats fishing, how he worked through a tough season of life while spending 11 months camping in the Florida Everglades, and his philosophy on enjoying life and sharing it with others.
n this podcast, we sit down with Carter Andrews, host of The Obsession of Carter Andrews, and discuss how he got started as a guide, and his experience running lodges and chasing fish around the world. Carter shares how he has been able to take big risks in life, the importance of understanding your gear, and how his childhood shaped his love for conservation. Carter recently received the Costa Sunglasses and Captains for Clean Water Stewardship Award.
Guiding Flow Series: Depolarizing Conservation and Building Up Advocates. In this podcasts, Hunter sits down in Louisiana with Lucas Bissett of AFFTA, Kyle Schaefer of Soul Fly Lodge, and Benny Blanco of Guiding Flow TV in order to discuss how we can continue to fight for the waters we love and build up more advocates.
In this podcast, we sit down with Meredith McCord and discuss how she first got into the outdoors, her travels around the world, and what has driven her to pursue … Continue reading #069 Meredith McCord: Chasing Records, World Travel, and Building Community
h Brian Vaughn of Hilton Head South Carolina and discuss how he began guiding as a teen on offshore boats, the importance of efficiency, how he has built his business, and his new Hells Bay Estero. To learn more about this podcast head to CaptainsCollective.com
In this podcast series, we have teamed up with our friends at Guiding Flow TV. Each interview is designed to continue the conversation and focus the guest. In this episode, we sit down with Hilary Hutcheson to discuss her journey as a writer, angler, guide and conservationist. Hilary shares her story of growing up as a kid exploring the waters of Montana, how she has evolved as a guide and angler, and what draws her to the fight for Mosquito Lagoon.
In this episode, we sit down with Kyle Pitts of Shallow Water Expeditions and discuss his home waters of Panama City Beach. In this podcast, Kyle shares how he got into guiding, the diversity of his fishery, tips on photography, and how he has benefited both bay boat and skiff trips.
In this podcast, we sit down with Jako Lucas of Capt. Jack Productions and discuss his upbringing in South Africa, how he became an international fishing guide, his career in … Continue reading #066 Jako Lucas: Giant Trevally , International Guiding, and Dealing with Criticism
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.
In this podcast, we sit down with John Dunaway who has traveled to over 35 countries, captaining large vessels. In this episode, John shares how he got started in the Merchant Marine Industry, his love for photography, and how he has learned to remove “blockages” that we all experience in order to pursue the next “trip of a lifetime.” John also shares some tips on planning, boat navigation, and a recent trip he too to Devils River with our friends at Turtlebox Audio.
In this series, Captains Collective works with the television show Guiding Flow in order to further the conversations and discussions featured on each episode. In this podcasts, Hunter sits down with Chris Wittman of Captains for Clean Water in order to discuss the problems facing Florida’s water, and the current opportunity we have to save Florida’s Everglades.
In this episode, we sit down with Jonathan Moss of the Captains Log and discuss how he went from being an elementary school PE teacher to a full time guide and television show host. We also discuss tips for working with kids on the water, how leaps of faith can work out, and lessons he has learned from filming and travel.
In this episode, we sit down with Captain Ty Hibbs and discuss his home waters of Louisiana, how he wade fishes for summer time jacks, cajun crawfish, and how he has tried to learn from others. We also discuss some tips on kayak fishing and how to avoid common mistakes that anglers and guides make.
#061 Royce Dahnke: Shallow Flats, Blue Water, and Hunting Crossovers. In this podcast, we sit down with Royce Dahnke of Cast’n Blast Charters which runs both inshore and offshore charters in Destin Florida. In this episode, Royce shares with me stories of his childhood, growing up and learning from his father who guided for nearly 50 years, and how Royce found his own love for fishing while sneaking into the school library to read books about fishing and the water. We also discussed his latest venture in offshore fishing. the similarities he has picked up on between deep sea and flats fishing, and the carryover he has experienced from also being an avid hunter.
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
In this podcast, we sit down with Captain Chris Herrera of Palm Coast Charters and Captains BBQ. In this episode, we discuss Chris’ history as a guide, his love for good bbq, tactics for finding redfish in muddy and deep waters, and how his battle with cancer has changed the way he sees life on and off the water.