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Sportsmen's Empire - Fishing
75 minutes | May 19, 2022
Nomadic Outdoorsman - Intro to Spearfishing
On this episode of The nomadic Outdoorsman Dan talks with Brett Leable a lifelong hunter and fisherman that also grew up in the great state of Wisconsin. Brett started fishing with his Grandfather at a very young age. At age 11 her taught himself to bowhunt whitetail deer and by 16 he found himself in a group of friends that were as excited about outdoor activities as he was. Bretts friend Sean introduced him to scuba diving and spearfishing and he was instantly hooked. Brett currently spearfishes in both fresh and saltwater and is part of the National Freshwater Spearfishing Association. Connect with Dan Mathews and The Nomadic Outdoorsman On TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook Shop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear Shop Bull Elk Beard Oil Online Use code NOMADIC for 20% off at checkout Sign up for GoWild HERE Connect with Brett Leable On Instagram
73 minutes | May 4, 2022
Ohio Outdoors - Flyfishing 101 with Jacob and Derek from GoWild
This week on the Ohio Outdoor podcast, the guys sit down and with Jacob Knight and Derek Towles from GoWild. Jacob is an experienced flyfisherman (is that a word?) and Derek has learned over the past few years from Jacob. The guys go through the basic gear needed to get into flyfishing. There is a lot involved with getting started but Jacob and Derek break it down to a manageable format. The guys both got out on the water over the past week. Andrew was able to reel in a few walleye, while Paul was out pick up New York’s saltwater Sheep head…. ? Paul did a little time in the woods, but no birds yet. Across the state and Midwest it seems as though the birds are a bit lagging with the spring. Fingers crossed the heat turns up here soon. Good luck to those out this week! Check out timetogowild.com to find out more about Send it Slam on July 9th! www.theo2podcast.com GoWild Profile Tethrd First Lite Instagram: @the.o2.podcast Twitter: @Ohiohunt
48 minutes | May 2, 2022
Oklahoma Outdoors - Private Water Fishing
Big things are happening at the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast this week. John has not one, but two exciting announcements on this episode so you are definitely not going to want to skip this one. One of those announcements has to do with this weeks guest Steve Alexander. Steve is the owner of Private Water Fishing, a north Texas based company looking to grow its presence across the Red River into Oklahoma. Private Water Fishing is a membership based company with access to over 100 private fishing lakes across Texas and Oklahoma. If you are looking for a top notch secluded fishing destination, Private Water Fishing has you covered. This company doesn't just accept any ol pond out there, and the majority of these private lakes are over 10 acres in size. Each is managed for both fish quality and to provide a great fishing experience. After a lake is booked, it has to wait through a mandatory rest period before it can be reserved again in order to keep the fish from being over pressured. Like what you're hearing? Listen to this episode and don't forget to stick around till the end for a second exciting announcement!
76 minutes | Apr 28, 2022
Freshwater Bite - Michigan Walleye Tour Stop #1
Detroit River is popping right now with limits of walleye being filled for anglers on most boats. On this episode Lee is joined by some local river rats Fred, Ryan and Austin who just finished 13th out of 149 boats on the first stop of the Michigan Walleye Tour. If you have ever thought about coming to jig or fish the Detroit River for walleye you’ll want to tune into this episode as the boys share how they were successful in changing weather conditions and water clarity from day to day. April is a mix of all types of weather conditions and that can either turn on or shut down different kind of bites in the river. Listen in to hear how you can be ready for any conditions mother nature wants to smack you with. Cheers folks!!
79 minutes | Apr 11, 2022
Nomadic Outdoorsman - Getting Hooked on Texas Fishing
On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman Dan talks to Landon Rowlett, a podcaster and avid fly fisherman from Texas. Dan picks his brain on what makes Texas a great destination for all sorts of anglers. Landon is a fly fisherman that likes to chase after a wide variety of fish. Every year he plans a destination fly fishing trip with his friends that takes him to locations around the world. Landon has spent time managing a fly fishing shop, and being a whitewater/backpacking guide. Landon currently lives in San Antonio where he is within hours of a wide variety of fishing opportunities. He is passionate about introducing new people into the sport that he loves and runs a podcast called Honeyhole Hangout. Dan and Landon discuss fishing destinations, techniques and the possibility of Dan heading to Texas to see what Lonestar fishing is all about. Connect with Dan Mathews and The Nomadic Outdoorsman On TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook Shop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear Shop Bull Elk Beard Oil Online Use code NOMADIC for 20% off at checkout Sign up for GoWild HERE Connect with Landon Rowlett On Instagram, Youtube,TikTokand Online
23 minutes | Mar 28, 2022
Nomadic Outdoorsman - Fishtales From A Wisconsin Angler
On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman Dan talks to his brother in law Alex Berger about his passion for getting a line wet all year long. Alex shares stories, tips and gear recommendations for people wanting to get into the sport. Alex grew up fishing in the great state of Wisconsin. He is a catcher of all fish but a master of none. Alex likes to fish everything from bluegills and sunfish to walleye and cats. He spends most of his free time on his boat or working on his boat. Alex has been sharing his passion for fishing with his wife Stephanie and they spend their weekends chasing spawning fish on open water or drilling holes through the ice to catch them in sub zero temperatures. Dan and Alex have the ultimate bs session about the fishing opportunities that America’s Dairyland has to offer. Shop Bull Elk Beard Oil Online Use code NOMADIC for 20% off at checkout Connect with Dan Mathews and The Nomadic Outdoorsman On TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook Shop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear Connect with Alex Berger On Facebook
74 minutes | Mar 28, 2022
Freshwater Bite - New Boats and Set Ups For Spring Fishing
It’s been a minute but Lee is back with the Freshwater Bite Podcast that you all have come to love. On this episode Lee sits down with his friends Fred and Ryan, two former guests of the podcasts, to discuss their new rigs they purchased, electronic setups, tips for early spring walleye fishing and more. The podcast is back and better than ever. Thank you for the continued support and for sticking with the show. Now, Enjoy!
42 minutes | Mar 21, 2022
Oklahoma Outdoors - Trout Fishing and Habitat Work
On this episode of the Oklahoma Outdoors podcast, John takes the microphone all to himself to tell stories and update listeners on some exciting news he got this week. Over the weekend, John fulfilled a bucket list adventure at the Blue River public fishing and hunting area managed by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Not only did he catch his first Oklahoma trout, but also managed to make a giant fool of himself, and get distracted by some deer sign along the way. After wrapping up the story of his fishing adventure, John shares two big deliveries that showed up at the ranch this week. One of them is going to make his upcoming deer seasons much more comfortable, and the other is an old friend that is going to help take his habitat work to the next level! John goes into detail about some exciting habitat work he has planned in the upcoming weeks, and how he now hopes to get more work done than he could have ever dreamed of.
56 minutes | Mar 18, 2022
Pennsylvania Woodsman - Fly Fishing for Mountain Stream Native Trout
With spring approaching we have new ways of shaking cabin fever out! This week’s episode of the Pennsylvania Woodsman we chat with John Kolb. John is the founder of the Suffering Outdoors YouTube channel which showcases outdoor adventures in the Northeast, especially around his home in northern Pennsylvania. Even though John is a diehard whitetail hunter and can often be found wandering in large tracts of public land, he still enjoys spending this time of year fly fishing. Opening day of trout season in Pennsylvania is nearly a state holiday itself with thousands of anglers lining the recently stocked creek edges. However, the length of streams stocked is a fraction to the 80,000+ miles of streams throughout the Keystone State. There is more opportunity to catch native trout then most would think. John enjoys the challenge of tying his own flies and casting his fly rod into pools that are sometimes smaller than a half ton pickup truck. Everything about this type of fishing is a challenge – sometimes hiking long distances, wary fish, narrow windows to maneuver a fly rod, and John adds an additional element with a camera! Make sure you tune into some of John’s fly-fishing videos that you will find informational and entertaining. While you are at it, you just might find yourself scrolling through the reels of deer hunting videos. Social Media Links: www.sufferingoutdoors.com https://www.facebook.com/Suffering-Outdoors-107358578191710/?ref=page_internal https://www.instagram.com/suffering_outdoors/ https://www.youtube.com/c/SufferingOutdoors
74 minutes | Mar 16, 2022
N.F.C. - Similarities Between Muskie Fishing & Whitetail Hunting
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with Jake Batic of Indiana about the similarities between muskie fishing and whitetail hunting. Jake kicks off the show talking about why he is obsessed with fishing for the fish of 10,000 casts, the struggles that come catching that elusive fish, and some of the strategies he uses. Jakes talks about ridges, points, transition areas, edge, wind direction, and the importance of food sources... sound familiar? It's funny what we think about while sitting in the tree stand. Keep you mind open while listening to the episode. Enjoy!
61 minutes | Mar 10, 2022
DIY Sportsman - Ice Fishing Essentials with Sean McVeigh
On today's podcast we have a little change of pace. One of my friends, Sean McVeigh recently took up ice fishing, which has been something I've done now for a couple decades. Being so new and not really being sure of all the ins and outs, Sean and I had talked quite a bit about how to get started. This included defining what the bare necessities are and what the pros and cons are for various levels of equipment. Ice fishing is another one of those things where it seems like you can spend as much or as little as you want, but there are definitely certain areas you don't want to skimp out on. We recorded this episode in the hopes that anyone else new to ice fishing might have a resource to look into and be able to help guide their decision making process for choosing rods, augers, line, reels, shelters, and electronics.
51 minutes | Feb 21, 2022
Oklahoma Outdoors - Oklahomas Worst Angler
This week's Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast guest is Alex Epperson, or more commonly known as Oklahoma's worst angler! Alex is a husband, father, Army vet, youtuber, and very passionate bass fisherman. Alex and John cover fishing the spawn in this episode, and Alex has some interesting thoughts about the timing of the spawn, and some unique tips and tactics he plans to try out this spring. Alex cut his teeth as a bank fisherman, so shallow water bass are definitely his thing. He is the first one to admit that he is not a spawn expert, but his knowledge was more than enough to teach John a few things. The thing that stands out most in this interview is Alex's passion and desire to become better at his craft, so even if you are a seasoned angler, this episode is definitely still worth a listen!
33 minutes | Jan 28, 2022
Pennsylvania Woodsman - Full Swing into Ice Fishing Season with Don Kelly
This week on the Pennsylvania Woodsman we shake things up with ice fishing fanatic, Don Kelly. Don is the owner of the Tackle Shack in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania and the recent weather conditions have his business in full swing. Don shared that ice fishing is growing in popularity, but it takes the right gear to be successful. Fortunately, the Tackle Shack is a one-stop-shop to get out on the ice this winter. One thing that can easily get over looked by outdoorsmen is the fact that ice fishing requires some safety gear and precautions. While breaking through ice may occur infrequently, accidents can happen and a lack of preparation could be costly. Don shares his thoughts on the tools of the trade to keep you safe, comfortable, and successful. We also talk a little about successful tactics as well as hot selling equipment for 2022. If you are a beginner, check out the upcoming ice fishing program that Don tag-teams with the PA Fish & Boat Commission! Social Media Links: Ice Fishing Program: Intro to Ice Fishing Program | Visit Potter-Tioga Pennsylvania (visitpottertioga.com) Program Registration: Event - VIRTUAL - Intro to Ice Fishing Program - February 7, 2022 in Beech Creek, PA (register-ed.com) The Tackle Shack: Wellsboro Tackle Shack- A Great Day of Fishing Starts Here - Tackle Shack (shoptackleshack.com) Facebook Page: Tackle Shack | Facebook @wellsborotackleshack Pennsylvania Woodsman Podcast | Facebook @PennsylvaniaWoodsmanPodcast Pennsylvania Woodsman is powered by Simplecast
61 minutes | Jan 21, 2022
Michigan Life Outdoors - Ice Fishing Is Here
Temps are staying well below freezing here in the state of Michigan but don’t let that prevent you from enjoying the outdoors! Most lakes are frozen here in the state of Michigan and it is a great time to do a little hardware fishing. Kelli, Tom and Lee get together to talk about upcoming trips they have planned for ice fishing, must have gear if you want to get into ice fishing, ice safety and more. Kelli and Tom are heading to Lake Gogebic to chase after big perch. The boy talk about how to target panfish and walleye and share some great tips on how to be successful to catch a few to throw in the fryer. Don't ever assume the ice is safe! Please be careful as you venture out on the ice and always be safe and use the proper precautions. Enjoy the episode! Michigan Life Outdoors is Powered by Simplecast
72 minutes | Aug 30, 2021
Oklahoma Outdoors - The Pond Lady with Robison Fish and Wildlife Solutions
This weeks episode is part one of a two part series with Robison Fish and Wildlife Solutions. Amie is a fish biologist who worked for the State of Oklahoma for several years before branching off with her husband Jarryd to start their consultant company. If it swims or grows in a body of water in this state, Amie has dealt with it. This podcast covers both beneficial and invasive plants, pond structure, if there is a difference between a crappie pond and a bass pond, and much more! Oklahoma Outdoors is Powered by Simplecast
65 minutes | Aug 20, 2021
Freshwater Bite - The Jonah Jig with Larry Jennings
There are a ton of fishing lures out there that are famous for a certain type of species. A few examples would be the crawler harness for walleye, weedless black worm for bass, the original Dare Devil for pike. In the state of Michigan, the Jonah Jig is what many anglers recognize to be their choice of lure for vertical jigging salmon. On this episode Lee is joined by founder and creator of the Jonah Jig and no, his name is not Jonah. His name is actually Larry Jennings. Larry has literally been all over the world fishing. He shares how his travels helped shape the way he thinks about how to catch locally back in Michigan and loves how he continues to evolve as angler. Can’t wait to have him back on the podcast again in the future!! Enjoy! Freshwater Bite is Powered by Simplecast
116 minutes | Jul 12, 2021
Huntavore - Pursuing Panfish with Lee Kleinow
On this episode of Huntavore, Nick is joined by Lee Kleinow, fellow podcast host of Freshwater bite and MI Life Outdoors on Sportsmen’s Nation and avid angler. Lee hails for the east side of Michigan enjoying the amazing opportunities that the Great Lakes provide. Together these two unpack the challenges the Great Lakes face with environmental impacts and the impact of evasive, non-native species that have worked into the watershed. After that downer, Lee goes on about the bountiful species that are available and how a hungry angler could seemingly never get bored, chasing so many fish. Nick focuses on his favorite catch, panfish in inland lakes. Wanting to improve his boom or bust trips, Lee gives Nick some pointers and tactics to chase those bluegills in the dead of summer. Finally the guys wrap up their talk with a different preparation of walleye than frying. Lee and his family live on the east side of Michigan, striking distance of the biggest freshwater fishery in the U.S. The Great Lakes also are habitat to waterfowl, major shipping lanes, and hold thousands of recreational boaters. Due to a whole host of reasons, major impacts have his the lakes. One being evasive, non native species. While asian carp are at the front door, zebra mussels have moved in and made a mess (or the opposite I guess). These mussels have multiplied without predation and filtered out vital nutrients used to feed native fish fry, and allowing sunlight to travel deeper, changing lake temps and affecting water vegetation. But on the other side of the coin, the lakes have an amazing opportunity for many species of fish, including Zee’s favorite, walleye. Zee talks about the fish spawning in the Detroit River and hundreds if not thousands of anglers on hand for the event. The phrase goes, “you can hop from boat to boat and touch water.” Nick certainly is putting that on his list to do, but improving his summer panfish game is on his mind. Lee talks about sticking to early morning or evening, catching the cool hours of the day. Locating weedy deep holes to find fish saying cool and staying hidden. An adapted trick of using a ice fishing style jigging action seemed very doable for Nick who along with his rod, will be baiting and unhooking a could kiddos as well. To finish off the conversation, Zee breaks down a refined recipe for walleye. Preferring a breaded and baked approach topped with parmesan cheese and crisped up. Leaving you satisfied, but not feeling like you had a cup of grease along with the fish. Paired with a crisp cocktail or wine, you have a great meal for the middle of summer. Tappecue Meat Probes Instagram: @tappecue Website: https://bit.ly/2NIr0Xj Coupon Code 10% off: HUNT10 Huntavore is Powered by Simplecast
68 minutes | Jul 12, 2021
Freshwater Bite - Catching Up with Doug Glimmerveen
On this week’s episode Doug Glimmerveen, host of the Smackdown Outdoors podcast rejoins the podcast to catch up. Lee and Doug talk about summer bass fishing, podcasting life and Doug recently joining the Waypoint TV network where Doug will now have his podcast available. Hope you all enjoy this little b.s. session with Doug and be sure to go follow his podcast now on Waypoint TV! Cheers! Freshwater Bite is Powered b y Simplecast
83 minutes | Jun 25, 2021
Wisconsin Sportsman - Musky On The Fly with Dan Donovan
In this episode we chat with Dan Donovan, one half of the husband and wife team that founded the Musky Fool Fly Fishing Co., the world’s first fly shop dedicated to musky. We cover how to get started musky fishing, the gear you need to chase musky on the fly, and musky conservation efforts. Check out more from the Musky Fool Fly Fishing Co. at muskyfool.com and on instagram @muskyfool. Wisconsin Sportsman is Powered by Simplecast
68 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
Missouri Woods & Water - Kayak Fishing With Mike Unruh
This week on the Missouri Woods & Water Podcast, Andy & Nate talk with Mike Unruh about kayak fishing. First, Mike gets into his background and how he started in the outdoors. He also gets into his time in Hawaii and how that helped develop a deep love of fishing for him. Kayak fishing is something that Mike enjoyed right away for several reasons and Mike gets into the benefits of kayak fishing over regular boat fishing. He also gets into all of the tournament options that are right here in Missouri for anyone interested in getting into kayak fishing. He talks about those tournaments and the differences in some of them. We also get into what The Fallen Outdoors is and why it's so special for people like Mike. Mike is a verteran of the US Army and a director for The Fallen Outdoors. This organization is dedicated to getting active and retired men and women of the military involved in hunting and fishing. They have their own MONTH LONG kayak tournaments as well. Our show loves our vets and organizations that help support them so please join us in thanking them for what they've done for all of us. You also might want to stick around until the end of the show because you might just get a dad joke or two from Andy this week! Enjoy the show. Show Links: Kayak Anglers of Missouri Website: https://www.kayakanglersofmissouri.com/ MO-Yak Fishing Series Website: https://moyakfishingseries.com/ The Fallen Outdoors Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/thefallenoutdoors/ The Fallen Outdoors Kayak Anglers Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/FallenOutdoorsKayakAnglers/ Ozarks River Anglers Tournament Trail Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/869975786448234/?ref=share The Fallen Outdoors Kayak Anglers Instagram Page: https://www.instagram.com/fallenoutdoorskayakanglers/ Unruh Outdoors Instagram Page: https://www.instagram.com/unruh_outdoors/ Missouri Woods & Water is Powered by Simplecast
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