Best Brook Trout podcasts we could find (Updated August 2019)
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Fly Fishing Consultant Podcast started off as a classroom based educational show about fly fishing. Each episode will cover a different aspect of fly fishing from entomology, hydrology, ichthyology, rods, reels, gear, fly tying, cold weather layering, fishing around Washington D.C. and more. The podcast quality gets better as Producer Jason of Freestone Media joins the team. Please visit Rob's website www.robsnowhite.com for more information and to book your guided trip.
 
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CHILTON OUTDOORS
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We are three brothers, Michael, Mitch, and Mac. This project is fueled by a love for hunting and fishing instilled in us from a young age by our father. We hope to use this channel to pass on that love for the outdoors, bring new members to the sport, share tactics, and spread a conservation message that will enable others to enjoy outdoor opportunities for generations to come.
 
For those who fish, this is the DrakeCast, a new flyfishing podcast. We're an audio supplement to the Drake Magazine and a voice for flyfishing around the world. Each Friday, we bring you a story - some funny, some serious. We'll be fishing for steelhead on the Pere Marquette, brook trout on small creeks, high mountain cutthroats, salmon galore, plus a tons of other species and places.Check us out at The Drake Magazine's website http://www.drakemag.com/drakecast.html
 
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Something Wild
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Something Wild explores the features of our local landscapes, from birds to trees to stone walls, and explains some of the behavior and science behind what we see and hear in our backyards.
 
Fly fishers enjoy a fresh approach to learning about fly fishing. Listen to interviews with industry experts - broadcast LIVE over the Internet, recorded and made available as podcasts for an international audience.
 
The Missions Podcast exists to answer hard questions about theology, missions, and practice to help goers think and thinkers go. We are conservative, evangelical, and gospel-centered. We think missions should be about the glory of God, the salvation of people, and the establishing of Christ's church to be salt and light in every culture. Every Monday, Scott Dunford and Alex Kocman dive into questions of contextualization, the local church, strategy, the implications of our theology, and best ...
 
Seven Stripes Fishing: Be the fish. Follow anglers from across the country in their adventures to catch that one dream fish.
 
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Something Wild
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BTA Sounds Radio
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Music from my collection of vinyl, cassette, cd, and digital. Featuring folk, blues, experimental, field and archival recordings, noise, punk, reggae, ska, world musics, 78 rpm, and MORE
 
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Minnesota Sea Grant has teamed up with the “best radio station in Minnesota” – KUMD, to produce Listening to the Lake. The show’s goal is to keep listeners in touch with what’s going on with one of the most beloved aspects of the local environment – Lake Superior. Science-based information is the focus of the series.
 
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Bob Mallard is an authority on brook trout and contributes to many of the conservation efforts that are in place today. Brook trout are native to the Eastern United States and were an important gamefish for early anglers. Listen in to hear about the history, conservation efforts, fly fishing techniques and where to find brook trout today…
 
In this episode, I chat with Ryan Franklin, local expert in the art of all things shore-based sharking, about everything you need to know to catch monsters from shore. We also talk expensive swimbaits and lament about slow times at the Canal (just kidding). The dogs make a guest appearance. The post Ryan Franklin shore-based sharking, podcast a ...…
 
Rob met Glen Blackwood at the 2019 Virginia Fly Fishing and Wine Festival and quickly learned he is a wealth of information. This episode is dedicated to Glen's love of fishing and hunting in Michigan, fly fishing history, books, antique gear, and much more. This is an episode for all of the trout anglers. Produced by Freestone Productions Grea ...…
 
Do we really grasp the urgency of taking the gospel to those who have never heard? And if the task of making disciples among the unreached is so urgent, why shouldn’t we employ every pragmatic means at our disposal to finish the task? Brooks Buser weighs in this week and discusses pioneer missions, disciple-making movements, church planting mov ...…
 
You may be familiar with hoarders (not the TV show, but same idea). In nature, a hoarder will hide food in one place. Everything it gathers will be stored in a single tree or den. But for some animals one food cache isn't enough. We call them scatter hoarders. A "scatter hoarder" hides food in a bunch of different places within its territory. T ...…
 
You may be familiar with hoarders (not the TV show, but same idea). In nature, a hoarder will hide food in one place. Everything it gathers will be stored in a single tree or den. But for some animals one food cache isn't enough. We call them scatter hoarders. A "scatter hoarder" hides food in a bunch of different places within its territory. T ...…
 
The Cortland Line Company aka "Cortland" is a small business with a big name. Cortland has been located in Cortland, NY since 1915. Brooks Robinson from Cortland's Public Relations joins us this week to discuss all things fly lines, use and abuse of lines by product testers, new products, and a story about MacGyvering a stringer while fishing t ...…
 
Increasingly, Millennials and young people are redefining “long-term” missions. At the same time, fewer are willing to raise missionary support. Is recruiting marketplace missionaries—many of whom are short-term tentmakers—a sustainable solution? And if so, how do we get the word out to professionals that the Great Commission isn’t just for ful ...…
 
Doug Gibson, a professional guide in Idaho, has been guiding for over 40 years on the Henry's Fork. After over 4,000 trips under his belt he knows this river better than most. The fish in the Henry's Fork are some of the toughest trout on the planet to catch but Doug knows the strategies and tactics to get them hooked up. Join us and hear Doug’ ...…
 
For New Testament students, fewer topics are more frequently studied and debated than the relationship between faith and works in the book of James and the letters of Paul. The question “how are we justified?” isn’t just a question asked in churches and seminaries—it’s also a vital question that relates to how we do missions. Could it be that P ...…
 
This episode is dedicated to structure. The physical objects in and around water that attract fish. Rob breaks down his favorite types of structure and the dynamics on how to present a fly to fish that should be there. Additionally, Rob discusses the dangers of fishing too close to structure when contemplating if the juice is worth the squeeze. ...…
 
We know…we’ve been remiss, and it’s time to talk about the elephant in the room. Something Wild, as you know, is a chance to take a closer look at the wildlife, ecosystems and marvelous phenomena you can find in and around New Hampshire. But over the years there is one species in New Hampshire that we haven’t spent much time examining. A specie ...…
 
We know…we’ve been remiss, and it’s time to talk about the elephant in the room. Something Wild, as you know, is a chance to take a closer look at the wildlife, ecosystems and marvelous phenomena you can find in and around New Hampshire. But over the years there is one species in New Hampshire that we haven’t spent much time examining. A specie ...…
 
We know…we’ve been remiss, and it’s time to talk about the elephant in the room. Something Wild, as you know, is a chance to take a closer look at the wildlife, ecosystems and marvelous phenomena you can find in and around New Hampshire. But over the years there is one species in New Hampshire that we haven’t spent much time examining. A specie ...…
 
Today on the pod, we've got Capt. Brian Coombs of Get Tight Sportfishing, back for a second interview. Check out the first episode with Brian Coombs here. In this podcast, we talk about big pelagic bass to coming up from the depths to blast your spook plug, the proper way to catch monsters in a … Continue reading "Brian Coombs of Get Tight Spor ...…
 
What is the mission of the people of God in the world? Christians often get this basic question wrong. Are the people of God primarily called to social work, church planting, evangelistic campaigns, or all three somehow? This week, Scott Dunford explains why Romans 15 establishes a paradigm for the whole body of Christ to follow. This episode f ...…
 
When we consider unreached and unengaged people groups, we typically think of them as knowing nothing at all of God. But a biblical theology of natural revelation and common grace drives us to a deeper understanding of the fact that all human beings are surrounded by the visible glory of God—and it’s precisely this fact that makes them accounta ...…
 
New Hampshire benefits from the presence of seven different turtle species. This week on Something Wild we’re taking a closer look at two of the most common species you can find all over the state: painted turtles and snapping turtles. First off, we have to acknowledge that turtles are amazing, they’re like living fossils. Artist-naturalist Dav ...…
 
New Hampshire benefits from the presence of seven different turtle species. This week on Something Wild we’re taking a closer look at two of the most common species you can find all over the state: painted turtles and snapping turtles. First off, we have to acknowledge that turtles are amazing, they’re like living fossils. Artist-naturalist Dav ...…
 
New Hampshire benefits from the presence of seven different turtle species. This week on Something Wild we’re taking a closer look at two of the most common species you can find all over the state: painted turtles and snapping turtles. First off, we have to acknowledge that turtles are amazing, they’re like living fossils. Artist-naturalist Dav ...…
 
Part 2 of our Robert Johnson tribute in honor of the new biography of Robert Johnson "Up Jumped The Devil" by Bruce Conforth and Gayle Dean Wardlowe. I explore the influence of Robert Johnson on fellow Mississippi musicians, all who left Mississippi for Chicago to create the post war electric blues scene and subsequently influence all of Americ ...…
 
Part 2 of our Robert Johnson tribute in honor of the new biography of Robert Johnson "Up Jumped The Devil" by Bruce Conforth and Gayle Dean Wardlowe. I explore the influence of Robert Johnson on fellow Mississippi musicians, all who left Mississippi for Chicago to create the post war electric blues scene and subsequently influence all of Americ ...…
 
Rob interviews chef Tom Colicchio. Tom Colicchio is the chef and owner of Crafted Hospitality, judge on Bravo's 'Top Chef', and an avid fly angler. In this episode Tom and Rob discuss Tom's culinary career, oceanic seafood sustainability, places to eat and fish, life as a culinary competition show judge, and off shore fly fishing. We learn Tom' ...…
 
When we think “missions,” we tend to think jungles, tribes, animism, strange languages, and thatched roofs. That impression isn’t always accurate. But for veteran missionary and legendary mobilizer Brad Buser, that’s exactly what he experienced. In this episode, we pick Brad’s brain about the importance of tribal missions and long-term, patient ...…
 
In our impatient, have-it-now society, it’s difficult to think long-term about serving in one field of ministry for decades—much less healthy church planting and multiplication over the long haul. In this episode, ABWE veteran Bob Trout shares the blessings of and keys to longevity and endurance in a field where he saw over 40 Colombian churche ...…
 
The specter of drought is often raised in these early days of summer. And for good reason, though water levels have returned to normal around the New Hampshire, state officials are still warning residents to remain cautious after last summer drought. And while we often fret about the health of our lawns and our gardens, Dave (from the Forest So ...…
 
The specter of drought is often raised in these early days of summer. And for good reason, though water levels have returned to normal around the New Hampshire, state officials are still warning residents to remain cautious after last summer drought. And while we often fret about the health of our lawns and our gardens, Dave (from the Forest So ...…
 
The specter of drought is often raised in these early days of summer. And for good reason, though water levels have returned to normal around the New Hampshire, state officials are still warning residents to remain cautious after last summer drought. And while we often fret about the health of our lawns and our gardens, Dave (from the Forest So ...…
 
Too often in pursuit of full-time ministry abroad or at home, ministry applicants simply email a church or missions agency their resume and leave the rest of the hiring process to chance. Whether you’re fresh out of seminary or transitioning to ministry after a full career in the outside workforce, such a haphazard approach is bound to fail. Ma ...…
 
In the West, we tend to think in terms of law, justice, guilt, and innocence. Our gospel presentation naturally picks up this flavor. But in many Eastern cultures, honor and shame are the dominant values—and in tribal contexts, it’s fear and power that take center stage. Has the Western church focused too much on a “legal” gospel and missed out ...…
 
First Bitten is our periodic series at Something Wild where we study the people who study nature, and what set them on the path to do that. And this time around our two subjects under the microscope trace their love of nature back to their parents's nurture, specifically their fathers. Ron Davis grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Not a place known ...…
 
First Bitten is our periodic series at Something Wild where we study the people who study nature, and what set them on the path to do that. And this time around our two subjects under the microscope trace their love of nature back to their parents's nurture, specifically their fathers. Ron Davis grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Not a place known ...…
 
First Bitten is our periodic series at Something Wild where we study the people who study nature, and what set them on the path to do that. And this time around our two subjects under the microscope trace their love of nature back to their parents's nurture, specifically their fathers. Ron Davis grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Not a place known ...…
 
Rob breaks down what he likes and doesn't like with regards to fly tying materials. Listen as he describes his favorite materials by color and texture, where to purchase them, and the specific flies he ties with each material. This episode is brought to you by Traeger Grills. Produced by Jason Reif of Freestone Productions.…
 
Is it biblical for a missionary to change sending churches or agencies? Is there a right or wrong way to do it? How often should pastors visit their missionaries? Is it worth it to start a family on the field? Is missions easier or harder as a single? We’ve been soliciting your questions and feedback since episode 1, and in this episode we fina ...…
 
In honor of the release of the new biography of Delta Blues legend Robert Johnson "Up Jumped The Devil" by Bruce Conforth and Gayle Dean Wardlowe, I put together an episode exploring the musicians and records that influenced the young Robert Johnson. People that influenced him directly such as Charlie Patton, Son House and Willie Brown as well ...…
 
In honor of the release of the new biography of Delta Blues legend Robert Johnson "Up Jumped The Devil" by Bruce Conforth and Gayle Dean Wardlowe, I put together an episode exploring the musicians and records that influenced the young Robert Johnson. People that influenced him directly such as Charlie Patton, Son House and Willie Brown as well ...…
 
How are Christian women to respond to the onslaught of lies barraging them from the surrounding culture about who they are and the basis of their identity? And how is motherhood a “mission field” for the Christian woman? This week Rachel Jankovic, pastor’s daughter and author based in Moscow, Idaho, tackles these questions with whit, flare, and ...…
 
Joe Jackson is a United States Army Veteran. Joe discovered fly fishing and fly tying through Project Healing Waters after a near tragic event. Sgt. Bass Fisher has become a master of fly tying utilizing deer hair to carve everything from hummingbirds to a Razorback hog. In this episode Rob and Joe discuss family life, fly tying, fly tying mate ...…
 
The foam formed eddies on the surface of the pool as Stevens Brook rushed down and through this particular crook in the waterway in the shadow of route-89 in East Sutton, New Hampshire. Something Wild paused here recently to talk fish with author and fish historian, Jack Noon, who is unapologetic about naming his favorite fish. The eastern broo ...…
 
The foam formed eddies on the surface of the pool as Stevens Brook rushed down and through this particular crook in the waterway in the shadow of route-89 in East Sutton, New Hampshire. Something Wild paused here recently to talk fish with author and fish historian, Jack Noon, who is unapologetic about naming his favorite fish. The eastern broo ...…
 
The foam formed eddies on the surface of the pool as Stevens Brook rushed down and through this particular crook in the waterway in the shadow of route-89 in East Sutton, New Hampshire. Something Wild paused here recently to talk fish with author and fish historian, Jack Noon, who is unapologetic about naming his favorite fish. The eastern broo ...…
 
BTA Sounds' tribute to the great pioneer of psychedelic rock from Austin TX who passed away May 4th 2019. Here are some my fave tracks from Roky, The Spades and the 13th Floor Elevators. ALL HAIL ROKY, KING OF THE BEASTS!1. 13th Floor Elevators - Slip Inside This House (1967 Easter Everywhere)2. The Spades - You're Gonna Miss Me (1965)3. The Sp ...…
 
BTA Sounds' tribute to the great pioneer of psychedelic rock from Austin TX who passed away May 4th 2019. Here are some my fave tracks from Roky, The Spades and the 13th Floor Elevators. ALL HAIL ROKY, KING OF THE BEASTS!1. 13th Floor Elevators - Slip Inside This House (1967 Easter Everywhere)2. The Spades - You're Gonna Miss Me (1965)3. The Sp ...…
 
In this episode, I chat with Tad Beagley and Nick Vercollone of the North South River Watershed Association about the South Shore Striper Tournament happening this weekend (June 7th, 8th, 9th). This is an all catch and release tournament that supports the conservation efforts of the association. Registration is $70 per angler ($35 for children) ...…
 
What are the non-negotiables of how we do missions? Is it possible to reverse-engineer what’s “working” on the field to build our methodology, or are we locked in to a finite set of prescriptions from Scripture about how to do ministry—thinks like preaching the word training elders? Andy Johnson (Ph.D., Texas A&M), Associate Pastor at Capitol H ...…
 
Kiki Galvin has been named as one of six women who are revolutionizing the world of fly fishing by Blue Ridge Outdoors. Kiki is a fly fishing guide, volunteer, mentor, and friend to many anglers. Her free time is spent volunteering for numerous fly fishing organizations. She has been a board member of Project Healing Waters and is the Vice Pres ...…
 
What is it like for a Christian living in the Middle East? What do believers usually get wrong about Islam and how to share Christ with Muslims? These questions are especially pressing during the month of Ramadan. This week Fouad Masri shares his personal conversion account and weighs in on these issues. Author and lecturer Fouad Masri was born ...…
 
Here at Something Wild we love all things wild (even blackflies !) but sometimes it can be helpful to look beyond a single species and consider how many species interact within a given environment. In our periodic series, New Hampshire’s Wild Neighborhoods, we endeavor to do just that and this time we’re looking at peatlands. Our Sherpa today i ...…
 
Here at Something Wild we love all things wild (even blackflies !) but sometimes it can be helpful to look beyond a single species and consider how many species interact within a given environment. In our periodic series, New Hampshire’s Wild Neighborhoods, we endeavor to do just that and this time we’re looking at peatlands. Our Sherpa today i ...…
 
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