If you love catching red snapper, then you're going to love this episode with Capt. Dylan Hubbard (from the famous Hubbard's Marina) breaking down everything you could possibly need to know about fishing for red snapper. We talk about best baits, best areas to find big red snapper, the new regulations, venting, and much more. Tight lines!
There's beach fishing for a couple small fish and then there's extreme surf fishing for trophy fish like 30+ lb permit, monster pompano, and even cubera snapper! If you went to get the low down on how pro angler (and maker of the hot-selling Riggs by Couture) Caleb Couture catching so many big fish from the surf, then you've got to tune into this episode.
It's AnglerUp With Brant time! I remember seeing this guy doing his famous "Negative Fisherman" parody and laughing like crazy. He's constantly putting out really funny content (usually based on true stories from his charter customers). You'll get to hear how his business exploded, how he gets millions of views on his videos, and what's in the future for this entertaining fisherman.
In this hard-hitting (and emotional) episode, Joe Simonds from Salt Strong shares some of his past struggles with anxiety attacks (aka panic attacks), alcohol, the curse of social media, along with the simple trick that finally ended his anxiety attacks for good. Buckle up as this one is deep.
Did you know that Mosquito Lagoon used to be ranked #1 out of the 28 National Registered Lagoons and now it's ranked #28 (LAST PLACE)? What's sad is that most of the destruction has happened in the last 10 years... but it's not too late. In fact, our guest today (Tom Doerr) has found a way to bring millions of seagrass back to into the Lagoon. Please listen (and take action) on this critically important episode.
In this episode, we have on Rich J. (aka FishAholic Fishing on YouTube) to discuss striper fishing, bluefish, travel, surfcasting, Florida, and how you get to be known as a FishAholic. Listen in to this fun episode (and some great tips on finding new fishing spots)
In this episode, we have on Matt (aka Bama Beach Bum) to discuss his journey from being a bass guy (who had never fished from the beach in his life) to going full-time as a surf fishing guide. We talk about family, fishing, and his amazing story of helping others create memories out on the water. You'll love this one.
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.
In this episode, we have a candid discussion about one of the biggest misconceptions to fishing... the belief that the answer to catching more fish (and becoming a more consistent fisherman) is simply spending more time on the water. Listen in as we discuss what we've discovered after coaching thousands of anglers.
In this episode, Luke and Joe Simonds (founders of the largest private saltwater Facebook fishing group) discuss what they are seeing behind the scenes that gives them worry the end is in sight for many of these social fishing groups... Enjoy
In this episode, we chat with Jeff and Kristi Anderson of 1Fish2Fish about inshore fishing, adventure, and inspiring others to fish (especially women anglers). You'll get to hear how they got started fishing, their goals, some funny stories, along with with some Outer Banks and Virginia inshore fishing tips for winter.
In this episode, Joe Simonds from Salt Strong reveals the stress, excitement, and adventure of leaving everything behind for 31 days to live on a small fishing island with no cars, no stores, and nothing to do but fish, write, drink beer, and film videos.
In this episode, we have the pleasure of talking with fishing YouTuber Lawson Lindsey. We've been following Lawson's explosive growth for many years and it was great to hear his story, talk about this amazing fishing adventures, his best fishing memories, and the future... Enjoy.
In this episode, we have on Guy Harvey Resort bass pro Capt. Scott Taylor to talk all about catching largemouth bass this winter (in particular, central Florida bass). Listen in as we talk about pro tactics, where the bass are most likely to be found, how to catch them, along with some great fishing stories.
In this episode, we have on Tom Rowland (host and producer of Saltwater Experience) to discuss where he believes fishing television is headed, how the TV networks are responding, how the fishing sponsors are responding, and how the TV show producers are responding. Listen in now.
In this episode, Salt Strong co-founder Joe Simonds drops his predictions on what we can all expect to change both in the Salt Strong fishing community and in the fishing world in general.
In this episode, we share some stories that we've never told anyone (minus our family and a couple employees). Listen in as Joe Simonds reveals some big "aha" moments over the past year including a critical fishing lesson from an investment banker. Tight lines!
In this episode, we talk with Victor Lucia, the founder of the Brooklyn Fishing Club, to talk about the explosive growth and popularity of urban fishing. From having to carry your fishing rods through the subway, to hairy situations in the East River, to turf wars... this is an episode you don't want to miss.
In this episode, we have Emily and Amanda Gale (The Gale Force Twins) on to discuss their journey of competing in college sports at the University of Miami to going pre-med and walking away from becoming doctors to pursuing fishing full-time down in the Florida Keys.
In this episode, we have Cami Mantilla (aka Cami Cakes on Instagram) on to talk about how she got into fishing, how she's exploded over the last two years, her new fishing company, and her big plans for the future. Definitely a must listen to for anyone inspiring to do big things in the fishing industry.