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Salt Strong Fishing

Do you LOVE FISHING? Then you came to the right place! Download and listen to some of the most entertaining fishing interviews to ever make it on a podcast. We speak with some of the exciting fishermen on in America and also explore topics on family and faith (and on occasion, you might even learn a thing or two about catching more fish). Enjoy and tight lines!
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Now displaying: March, 2016
Mar 29, 2016

Hear what a weekend warrior inshore angler is doing to catch so many inshore fish (and some nice striped bass) in the Florida Panhandle all from a kayak and wade fishing. Angler Nick Lytle shares some of his best tips in terms of tides, what to look for, and what lures he is using to catch consistent redfish and trout.

Mar 22, 2016

If you have ever wanted to know all of the best tips to catching tarpon at night, then you do not want to miss this interview with the Intrepid Angler, Capt. Ross Gallagher. Listen in as Capt. Ross spells out everything you need to know from safety tips to tides to artificial lures to use to where to go.

Mar 15, 2016

TV Host and Pro Angler Capt. C.A. Richardson joins us this week to discuss inshore fishing in Florida using artificial lures. Captain Richardson fills us in on his favorite lures, what he uses in certain situations, along with some great fishing stories. You don't want to miss this one!

Mar 8, 2016

Joe and Luke Simonds (the Salt Strong brothers) discuss the biggest long-term threat to the entire fishing industry. This is certainly a must listen to podcast episode for any angler in America.

Mar 1, 2016

What a great interview with Alex Fogg (aka "The Lionfish Killer")! After eliminating thousands of lionfish from Louisiana up to South Carolina, the FWC (Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission) now has this sharp young man as one of their shining star employees. Listen in as Alex explains why we (as anglers) should be so concerned about lionfish, and what some of the future threats to the fishing industry might be.

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