The Itinerant Angler Podcast is a long-running online radio program focusing on fly fishing and other outdoor pursuits, hosted by outdoor writer and trial attorney Zach Matthews. Now in its tenth season, it features interviews with guests including expert anglers, television personalities, authors of books, editors of magazines, outdoor business CEOs, local expert guides and artists. Eclectic, diverse, and supported by excellent Americana music, many believe it to be one of fly fishing's best media outlets in any form.
Is your family thinking of adding a fish tank or pond to your home? Fish tanks and ponds are wonderful places to observe a habitat on a smaller scale. Its like having your very own window into a fresh water riverbed or saltwater ocean. Keeping aquarium fish is a pleasurable and educational hobby for families around the world. Keeping fish as pets has been a tradition going back to ancient Egypt and China. Today, many more different, beautiful and fascinating kinds of fish and other aquatic animals can thrive in your home if you learn the dos and don’ts and get the right equipment. Aquariums and ponds are living, breathing aquatic works of art that can be as simple or as complex as your imagination and skills allow. In these fun pet podcasts, you'll learn all about aquarium fish and other aquatic animals, the aquarium industry, and the science and art that surround this fascinating hobby! So dive in--the water is fine!
Podcasts from California's Monterey Bay Aquarium share fascinating stories about sea otters, sharks and other sealife. From the ocean's edge to the deep sea, listeners can explore Earth's last great wilderness and the remarkable creatures that call it home.
Live outdoors Radio shows covering the best fishing action around. Covering both freshwater and saltwater fishing. Also special guest covering products and tips. Fish Bait Radio Network is a Front Deck Entertainment Production.
Fish Talk Radio is about sharing the joys of fishing and the outdoors. Our mission is to motivate people to get off the couch and onto the water. Equally important is the goal of encouraging anglers to become involved and to take the lead in conservation and in creating sustainable fisheries. Fish Talk Radio is for everyone who has ever dreamed of or picked up a rod and headed for the water… and for everyone who likes some fun!
It's a Fisherman's REVOLUTION!! Let's take back the sport. Learn great fishing, how-to-tips, tricks and advice to catch more fish close to home. I have spent the last couple years researching the US Tackle industry and this show is starting the Revolution. You deserve better fishing. Live bait fishing techniques, tips, tackle and trends from the 1800's on!! Old World techniques mixed with New World tackle will equal fishing like you could never imagine. Unlock the secrets to fishing and stop watching it on television. REVOLT my anglers - you have a voice in our "spin zone". Fish close to home, even in big cities! Fish more and spend less $$ while catching more fish than you ever have in your life. Methods discussed show you how to catch fish from park ponds, retention ponds, urban waters, Park Districts and Forest Preserves. All freshwater fishing is discussed with a focus on Urban waters. If you are like me, you tried and caught very little. Truth is, there are millions of fish ne ...
Welcome to the world renowned Field Museum's first roundtable podcast - What the Fish? It is a biweekly podcast series. Tune in every other Friday to listen to ichthyological researchers, educators, exhibits specialists, medical doctors, and guests discuss topics surrounding the wonderful biodiversity and evolution of fishes, specifically, and natural history, generally.
Join hosts Rus and Kelly as they discuss comments and questions from: Mick in Carnforth, UK; Matt in Perth, W. Australia; Devon in Portland, OR;BIll in San Antonio, TX Check out Mick’s new Angelfish fry! Here’s a link to the spectacular new LED fixture Matt in Perth,W.Australia got: http://www.aquaillumination.com/lighting/hydra/
Join hosts Rus and Kelly as they discuss aquarium comments and questions from: Mick in Carnforth, UK; Joe in Hudsonville, MI; Juliette in Paris, France; Jeremiah in Grand Rapids, Michigan; Tom in Provo, UT; Paul in central California; Ken in Sao Mateus, Brazil; and Matt in Perth, Western Australia. I apologize for the disorder of all the media. Our mouse is dying, and trying to organize everything is an exercise in futility. : ) Check out Mick’s moor fry, new Pelvicachromis moliwe cichlids, and a link to a baby brine shrimp food that may be a good match for Juliette’s fish: https://youtu.bH4jticU-muM http://www.oceannutrition.eu/products.aspx?Product=instant-baby-brine-shrimp Check out Joe’s tank, featuring thriving shrimp! Finn in his new, nicely filtered digs: Finn-undergravel Check out Ken in Brazil’s tanks! Lookin’ good! Check out Matt’s lovely corals,anemones,and new fish in his marine tank:
Segrest Farms, one of the world's largest wholesale ornamental fish distributors, supplies over 1,000 pet shops, public aquariums, and research institutions each week with aquarium livestock, aquatic plants, herps and other small animals, and live food. Sandy Moore, President of Segrest Farms, has been a hobbyist her entire life and also has been at the forefront helping to keep the aquarium trade alive nationally and internationally. Join us for a fascinating conversation, as Sandy discusses Segrest Farms, her career, and the many challenges the aquarium industry is currently facing. Questions or Comments? Send them to: DrRoy@petliferadio.com. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - All in A Day’s Work: Industry Insights from Sandy Moore of Segrest Farms with Dr. Roy Yanong
Join Rus and Kelly as they discuss comments and questions from Lance in Guelph, Ontario and Mick in Carnforth, UK. Mick has been installing some Mattenfilters in his fish room. Mattenfilters are great for breeding tanks and other applications. Check them out!
Aquariumania - Tropical Fish as Pets - Pets & Animals on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)
Ever wonder if you should try a different fish food, or if that new aquarium gadget really is something you should look into? Perhaps, like many hobbyists, you haven’t keep up with the latest trends, but would like to expand your horizons. My guest today is Mike Haynes, self-proclaimed fish geek, YouTube educator, and co-founder of My Aquarium Box, an aquarium supply subscription service. Join us, as Mike explains how he and his three "fellow fish geeks" came up with this great idea, and how you can plug in! Questions or Comments? Send them to: DrRoy@petliferadio.com. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Open Up Your Aquatic Horizons with My Aquarium Box with Dr. Roy Yanong
Join Aquarimax hosts Rus and Kelly as they discuss comments and questions from Matt in Perth, Western Australia and Mike in Tennessee. Check out Matt’s Marvelous freshwater planted tank in fine fettle:
Join us as we discuss aquarium comments and questions from Josh in Perth, Western Australia; Matt in Perth, Western Australia; Finn in Exeter, California; and Juliette in Paris, France. Here is Josh’s tank and some shots of the algae that is beginning to bother him:
Join Rus and special guest Alex Cardinale, host of Aquarium Talk the Podcast! Check out Alex’s show here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/americannetwork/2016/01/08/aquarium-talk-presents-interview-w-tropical-fish-podcast-aquariumax
Matt in Perth, Western Australia; Juliette in Paris, France; Devon in Portland, Oregon; and Josh in Perth, Western Australia. Devon’s planted tank: Everything was going well, but suddenly his Amano shrimp started dying off: Above: Juliette’s cories,and Boraras brigittae have recovered from a bout of Ich Below: Josh is starting off in the hobby nicely, but now algae have begun to appear! Is it the dreaded BBA?
Aquarimax on Aquariums! Join hosts Rus and Kelly as they discuss aquarium topics contributed by Matt in Perth, Western Australia; Juliette in Paris, France; Scott in Forth Worth, Texas; and Jeremiah in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Check out the BEFORE and AFTER pictures of Matt’s nano reef–quite a dramatic difference once he attacked the red algae! BEFORE: AFTER:
Join Aquarimax hosts Rus and Kelly as they discuss comments and questions from Joe in Hudsonville, Michigan; Sarah and Juma in Iringa, Tanzania; and Tom in Provo, Utah. Here are the Xenopus sp. frogs that Sarah and Juma found in Iringa, Tanzania! Cousins of our own Hiro! two Xenopus frogs caught in Tanzania