In this episode, we have on Capt. Lee Noga, the female shrimp fisherman who's disrupting the shrimping world one day at a time... listen in as we discuss the challenges she's faced as a female shrimper, her patented shrimp light, along with her big goals to get more families out shrimping.
In this episode, we have one of the best speckled trout anglers in all of Texas on the show to discuss everything you'd want to know about catching big gator trout. From his "Dirty 30" award to his dad catching 12,000 trout, to the wicked awesome data he's gathering about these big trout. You're going to love this one!
In this episode, we interview filmmaker Clay Kraski, who is about to release the hard-hitting documentary "Florida, State Of Denial." We discuss everything from who's at fault, how this happened, dirty politics, and some solutions.
In this episode, we have the pleasure of interviewing Liz from the Billion Oyster Project and Mike from the Nature Conservancy. They discuss how New York used to be the oyster capital of the world, what caused the downfall, and what they are doing about it (and how other cities can do the same). Awesome episode with some really powerful information on the importance of oyster reefs.
From a lead singer who opened for big named bands that the entire world adored to going down the path of fishing for a living, Topwater Trev has BIG dreams and isn't going to let anything get in his way. The coolest part is that he just picked up fishing again not that long ago, and it's amazing to see how far he's come in a short time. Enjoy.
This story is almost like something out of a movie... young man has to decide to become a doctor (like his parents and most of society tells him is best for him) or to fish for a living... and chooses to fish. Listen in as we hear Viktor from Landshark Outdoor's full story on how he went from a student to full-time angler.