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Rich Stewart presents The Thinking Tackle Podcast. The original Thinking Tackle was one of Korda’s most successful and popular projects ever, and now you can listen to it on the go. We will be speaking to a variety of popular guests, discussing advice and tips and sharing our most entertaining fishing stories and adventures. For more information and content from Rich Stewart visit, https://www.cypography.co.uk/.
 
Hi i'm based in the UK and I just love my fishing. I would class myself as the everyday angler. I like to try and catch all species of fish. Come and join me in my adventures. I will mainly be recording me in session. But I will be adding in those extras like stories, interviews, reviews etc Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/questfishingadventures/support
 
Since 2014 BassinBigG.com has been the central source for Guntersville Lake bass tournament information. The Guntersville Grass Roots podcast is going a step further providing more detailed information about recent and upcoming bass tournaments, winning patterns & baits, current lake conditions, updates from local tackle stores, as well as occasional interviews with tournament winners, tournament directors, and other lake related organizations. Hosted by BassinBigG.com owner Pat Kennamer and ...
 
The BaitMix Podcast takes the joy of fishing to a new level. While carp fishing and bait mixing is a large part of what we do, the stories we tell and the way in which we tell them, will leave the listener wanting more. Join us while we take the sport of fishing to a new place in this podcast, hosted by James Sanders ”Mr. Krit”.
 
The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast hosted by Angie Scott. Our mission is to inspire women with a passion for fishing and the outdoors to get out there and experience amazing adventures, together blazing a trail for ourselves and generations of women to come. We want to be more active and connected so we will be better equipped to teach and learn from each other and grow together in our fishing and other outdoor pursuits. In a nutshell we're here to: INSPIRE, EMPOWER, CONNECT & CATCH MORE ...
 
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Fishing can be slow. Podcasts about fishing shouldn’t be. That’s why we created Bent, the unapologetic fishing podcast that moves faster than a tournament bass boat but doesn’t take itself near as seriously. Host Joe Cermele welcomes anglers of all backgrounds and interests, from hardcore crappie jiggers to dry-fly purists to offshore tuna addicts. Even if you’re just mildly fish curious, this podcast has something for you: regional fishing reports, tackle tips, trash talk, etymology, weekly ...
 
A podcast about fishing with special guests and reviews. Keep in the know with Kayak Flyer and friends as we fish across the United States. Fishing, fly fishing, kayak fishing, fly tying, fly fishing trout smallmouth bass fly fishing smallmouth bass, kayaking
 
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 ...
 
St. Louis on the Air creates a unique space where guests and listeners can share ideas and opinions with respect and honesty. Whether exploring issues and challenges confronting our region, discussing the latest innovations in science and technology, taking a closer look at our history or talking with authors, artists and musicians, St. Louis on the Air host Sarah Fenske brings you the stories of St. Louis and the people who live, work and create in our region.
 
Brighton Adventure Story is a podcast about the adventures of two children during the Coronavirus Lockdown. James and Jenny are no strangers to the magical underworld of their seaside town, but a new evil has arrived in the form of a mysterious drifter. Caught between a wild animal turf war and a gang of thieves known as the Drop Lifters, James and Jenny are a long way out of their depth. Each podcast episode is a chapter of the story, read aloud by the author. New episodes every Tuesday, Th ...
 
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Asian carp has a new name — copi. The Illinois Department of Natural Resources poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into a rebranding effort and landed on the name “copi,” to reflect the copious amount of the fish that live in Midwestern rivers and streams. Harvest Public Media reporter Dana Cronin joins us to talk about this fish story.…
 
This month we've got a great guest, none other than Dave Little or Mr Ouse as I like to call him due to his love affair with this majestic river and it's elusive carp. We delve into the history of river stockings and the challenges anglers are faced with when trying to hold a river carp, many have failed but Dave's album is busting with some incred…
 
Joining host Hassan this week is a man who’s also comfortable hosting his own podcast for Baitworks as well as an incredibly gifted big carp target angler especially in and around the Cotswolds, this week the podcast welcomes Mike Holly. Mike talks through his upbringing and how he developed his love for big low stock wild waters which ultimately l…
 
Former U.S. Attorney John Wood has launched an independent bid for the U.S. Senate. Most recently, he served as the senior investigative counsel for the House Select Committee on the January 6th Attack. Steve Vockrodt, investigative editor for the Midwest Newsroom, breaks down what effects this could have on the race.…
 
As animals get more active in the late spring and early summer, NDOW is flooded with phone calls from the community about how to deal with wildlife they come across in their neighborhoods, whether they find an injured animal or they have an unexpected visitor in their yard. Those are the calls that keep our Urban Wildlife Coordinators busy.In this …
 
In the wake of last week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade and Missouri’s trigger law — which effectively bans most abortions in the state — OB-GYN Dr. Jeannie Kelly has concerns about how the new state law will affect gynecological and obstetrics care.
 
A new Missouri Botanical Garden exhibition examines the relationship between sound and plants. Nezka Pfeifer, the curator of “Botanical Resonance: Plants and Sounds in the Garden,” will discuss how the new Stephen and Peter Sachs Museum exhibition reveals important things about how we interact with our environment.…
 
A series of hard-hitting investigative stories exposed a decades-long history of abuse at an evangelical summer sports camp that hosts thousands of children every year. Journalist Nancy French describes what she found as she connected with victims, former campers, staffers and parents — as well as her efforts to trace a counselor fired for abuse to…
 
Trump-backed candidates prevailed in two key Illinois primary contests. Rep. Mary Miller bested Rep. Rodney Davis in Illinois’ 15th Congressional District. That race pitted two incumbents against one another. GOP gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey also emerged victorious by a large margin. NPR Illinois’ Hannah Meisel breaks down the results.…
 
Let's face it, it affects half the world's population, and as active outdoors women, we have to pay extra attention to our female bodies so we may as well talk about it! Let's get it out in the open- this week's topic is all about periods and menstrual cycles! Welcome my special guest, Angie Marie (oddly enough we share the same name) from The Horm…
 
Pat & guest host Tom Ott talk with AL Dept of Conservation & Natural Resources Regional Fisheries Supervisor Phil Ekema about Guntersville Lake on a variety of topics including asian carp, gill nets, eel grass, and much more. Meanwhile Trey (aka the LOB) is MIA while somewhere near the Canadian border practicing for an upcoming Northern Open. Suppo…
 
Para athletes from across North, South and Central America convene in St. Louis next week for the World Para Powerlifting Parapan American Open Championships. Missouri natives David Horvath and Brett Forbes discuss their love of powerlifting, what it takes to compete on Team USA, and their Paralympic dreams.…
 
A pilot program putting teams of healthcare workers on Metro Transit is making a difference in Illinois. The program is also growing in St. Louis City and County. Chestnut Health’s Emily Schwaegel and Jim Wallis discuss new data and the challenge of reaching riders experiencing mental health crises or homelessness.…
 
This week we welcome another new format to the podcast in which your questions are put to our chosen top angler whose in the hot seat. As its our first episode of this format who better to answer the weird and wonderful questions asked by you guys then the man, the myth, the legend that is Nash Tackles very own gentleman Steve Briggs. Sit back and …
 
In this episode, Dr. Jennifer Silver discusses the history of fisheries science as it was developed in the context of colonialism and industrialized fishing. The discussion centers on a paper she and her colleagues recently published in The American Naturalist titled "Fish, People, and Systems of Power: Understanding and Disrupting Feedback between…
 
In this week’s Nevada Wild, Ashley Sanchez and Aaron Keller sit down with NDOW Wildlife Diversity Biologist Mackenzie Jeffress to talk about North America’s cutest mammal, the pika, and the new Nevada Pika Atlas. The atlas is a compilation of information from researchers across the west shows where pika can be found across the state! Mackenzie expl…
 
First off all massive thank you to everyone that has taken the time to listen to my podcast. Today celebrates my 100 epoisode. So back out again learning the art of surface fishing. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/questfishingadventures/support
 
NexGen Silica hopes to locate a 249-acre mine next to residential homes and popular conservation areas, including Hawn State Park. Residents explain how they’re fighting to protect their health and water from the mine — and the precedent they hope to set for other places with silica deposits.
 
In her first one-on-one interview since the indictment of three city officials, St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones discusses results from the city’s ARPA survey, which sought input on spending the remaining $249 million allotment in COVID-19 relief funds. Jones also shares thoughts on the opportunity for incentive reform.…
 
The Legal Roundtable discusses a high-profile case that could see Geico paying millions after a Missouri woman had sex in a car, as well as a lawsuit filed by a graduate student alleging Southern Illinois University Edwardsville wrongly ordered her to stay away from her classmates, and more.
 
Welcome to another exciting episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer Podcast. This week I'm happy to feature longtime Walleye Tournament Angler Marianne Huskey. Marianne made history when she became the 1st female to win a major walleye tournament! You'll hear all about that, how she now coaches others on how to win tournaments, and much more! Ment…
 
Welcome to the relaunch of Korda’s Thinking Tackle Podcast. In the return of the Korda Podcast, we welcome our new host, Rich Stewart. In his first Korda podcast appearance, Rich welcomed Danny Fairbrass to the studio. In the first of a mini-series that will follow Danny’s early syndicate fishing life, the pair sat down and discussed Danny’s time f…
 
This week joining Hassan in the studio is Carp Team England Gold Medallist, the face of Trakker and the all round personality that is Chris “Bones” Holmes. Bonesy talks through his early years and how he discovered carp fishing whilst heavily involved in skiing would you believe it. He also had a heavy interest in motorsport but as soon as he got i…
 
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