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On June 12, 2011, David Burgert — a convicted felon and militia leader who hatched a plan to overthrow state and local government a decade earlier — led police on a chase through the forests of western Montana. In a wooded area in the Lolo National Forest, David drove up a hill, got out of his truck and shot at two sheriff's deputies before disappearing into the wilderness. No one has seen him since. From the newsroom of the Flathead Beacon comes a new podcast about one of Montana's biggest ...
 
Tribal Research Specialist: The Podcast tackle real issues related to research by Tribal people in their communities. The show is hosted by Dr. Shandin Pete (Salish/Diné) and Aaron Brien (Apsáalooke). Dr. Pete is from the Flathead Indian Reservation in Arlee, Montana. He completed a M.S. in Geology and an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Montana. Brien resides in Hardin, MT and the Crow Indian Reservation. He completed his M.A. in Anthropology at the University of Mo ...
 
The Reel Action Fishing Podcast is hosted by Michael Guest and Jonathon Bleakley. The boys, who appear on Reel Action TV, cover all things fishing, including the technique, the tackle and any tips you may need when targeting your favourite fish. Throughout the series, Guesty and Jono will interview some incredible anglers and personalities in the fishing industry, while also reliving classic fishing moments through playing real time audio of fishing trips.
 
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This week on the Reel Action Fishing Podcast, Jono and Guesty are joined by Scotty Thorrington to chat about catching Dusky Flathead in the summer months. The boys chat about how this differs from chasing them in winter and then run through all the tips and tricks to getting these viable sport fish to bite on lures.…
 
Tune in to this week's episode to learn about all things Flatfish. Zach talks with Dylan Kiene, a PhD student at the University of South Alabama and Graduate Assistant in the Fisheries Ecology Lab at Dauphin Island Sea Lab, about his research on Southern Flounder movement, spawning dynamics, and the potential impacts of climate change on their popu…
 
This week Kadie interviews Calum Pritchard, a PhD student at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. They chat about Calum's path from the University of Plymouth for his bachelor's and master's degrees to his current work with Scottish wrasse, an important, but data limited commercial fishery for salmon farms, differences between graduate school in…
 
NBC Montana is working for you answering your questions about the omicron variant of COVID-19 now detected in the Treasure State. In this Spotlight Montana, hear from Dr. Neil Ku, an epidemiologist at Billings Clinic. From vaccines and booster shots to flu season and back-to-school concerns, Ku breaks it all down. Ku also talks about what concerns …
 
This week on the Reel Action Fishing Podcast Jono and Guesty are back in the studio to chat about those systems where you can catch a range of fresh and saltwater fish in the one river. The boys start the episode talking about what they got up to in the holidays and eventually get onto the tips, gear and techniques needed to cover a range of differ…
 
Tune in to hear Liam Kehoe discuss his master's research at the University of Florida (UF) to improve the management of Florida's stone crab fishery – one of the state's most valuable. He is leveraging bioeconomic and population dynamics models to provide managers with the right quantitative tools. This project is part of a collaborative effort bet…
 
On this episode, Anders Halverson talks to Dr. Joe Anderson of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife about fish restoration in the Elwha River, the site of one of the biggest and most significant dam removal projects in the United States. Since the dams were removed in 2014, salmon, steelhead, bull trout, and other fish have recolonized an…
 
In this episode, the Tribal Research Specialist (TRS) team discuss what some may view as "secret knowledge" in Tribal Communities. In the episodes we are joined by returning guest Salisha Old Bull to provide further insight on this phenomenon. The episode span a gamut of ideas and angles where the idea of ownership of knowledge manifest. In particu…
 
This week on the Reel Action Fishing Podcast, Jono and Guesty are joined by Damon Olsen to discuss the backstory of his new lure: The Slipstream Flying Fish. In what is a revolutionary lure for the market, the boys break down everything from how it started, how it works, the best way to fish it, the design features as well as Damo's secret tips and…
 
In this week’s episode, Zach catches up with good friend and fellow Virginia Tech graduate, Stephen Stang. Stephen is a freshwater fisheries biologist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and current master’s student at the University of Florida. They discuss his master’s research on Gulf Coast Striped Bass in the Florida Panh…
 
The Flathead Lake International Cinemafest is getting ready to celebrate it's10th anniversary in Polson. The festival will take place the weekend of January 28 to 30. This year's festival features a broad range of films including an academy award nominated short, a documentary that offers a fascinating look at women's professional football and a st…
 
For this week's episode of The Fisheries Podcast, co-host Mirella Leis chats with guest Dr. María Andrée López Gómez about some of the challenges and opportunities to recruitment, training and retention in small-scale fisheries, and the factors that have facilitated or prevented people from entering, staying and thriving as fish harvesters. Main po…
 
This week on the Podcast Guesty is joined by his old mate from radio - Butch - to relive the old days behind the microphones. The lads spend the episode chatting about their time on the airwaves, and some of the funny stories that popped up with live on air. To finish with, the boys chat about fishing in Sydney harbour, the changes Butch has seen i…
 
This week, Kadie chats with Savanah Leidholt. Savanah is a PhD student in the Vega-Thurber lab at Oregon State University where she is studying the role of viruses in marine fishes. We cover Savanah's career path to date, her current research studying the causal agents of Puffy Snout Syndrome in captive tunas and mackerels, her science outreach wor…
 
We took a small break but we are back to discuss more important issues and accomplishment from Indian Country. We had a chance to resent and are ready to jump back in to elaborate on old topics and bring forth new and challenging discussions. In this episode we provide an overview of some previously discussed topics centered around the idea quoted …
 
This week on the podcast the boys welcome Mark 'Captain' Phillips to the studio to chat about the development and production of powerboat lures in Australia. Whilst we all use the Powerboat range to catch fish, we might not know the work that goes in behind the scenes to get these lures to the BCF shelves. Captain runs us through everything from th…
 
Aaron Bunch (co-host) emphasizes that inclusion can happen now—in an instant—with genuine positive communication directed at someone who has a different identity than you. A person feeling included really comes down to an individual having a sense of belonging and value within a group of people. Over the past year as hosts of the Fisheries Diversit…
 
This week Hannah catches up with Claire Pelletier, a master's candidate in the Scharf Lab at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, about her research on non-native flathead catfish diet, movement, and reproduction in the Cape Fear River. Hannah and Claire discuss her past research on black sea bass blood gas levels post-capture, their mutual…
 
Giving Tuesday is a day reserved for generosity and giving back to nonprofits and organizations known for helping others. In this Spotlight Montana we hear from Susan Hay Patrick of the United Way of Missoula on ways to help. Hay Patrick highlights some of the biggest issues facing the community right now, the work being done to address those issue…
 
This weeks episode of the podcast is jam packed! To start things off, Jono travels north to interview Craig Copeland - Founder and CEO of OzFish Unlimited. Craig has been leading the protection and restoring of fish habitat throughout Australia for 30 years. He has led ground-breaking work in fish passage restoration, wetland rehabilitation, river …
 
This week on the podcast Jono and Guesty are joined by Tre Carson again to chat about one of the most highly anticipated and asked for topics - how to catch mulloway off the beach on Live Bait. The boys break it down step by step and chat about everything from the rig, the conditions, the bait, the weather and the gear you will need to tangle with …
 
This week, Zach chats with Danielle Orrell (she/her), who is a PhD candidate at the University of Windsor studying marine food web dynamics and the movement of fish in the nearshore environment surrounding Ascension Island. Also discussed is her experience studying fish movement and ecology in some incredibly different parts of the world such as th…
 
This week on the Reel Action Fishing Podcast Jono and Guesty are joined by Mark 'Captain' Phillips to chat about the best day fishing the boys have ever had. The boys cover the lead up to the session and relive some of the funny things that happened on the day. Let's just say for this episode, a guy gets slapped in the face by a mullet, an expensiv…
 
For this week's episode of The Fisheries Podcast, co-host Mirella Leis chats with guest Felippe Abbatepaulo about a social enterprise that is making waves in southern Brazil. 'Olha o Peixe' is changing the way we consume fish, benefitting small-scale fishing communities while also inspiring others to do the same. Main point: Fishing better is not f…
 
From the Silvertip Skydivers to working as a James Bond stunt double, Whitefish native B.J. Worth is a legend in the world of skydiving. In this Spotlight Montana, Worth talks about everything from his phenomenal skydiving career to his current work in bird conservation, research and film production. Catch Spotlight Montana on iTunes, Spotify, YouT…
 
This week Hannah catches up with fellow University of Florida Ph.D. student, Adam Searles. A fourth generation Floridian from Brevard County, he decided to study marine ecology to solve the environmental issues plaguing the Indian River Lagoon system. Adam shares his dissertation research identifying the mechanisms driving community-level differenc…
 
This week on the Reel Action Fishing Podcast Jono and Guesty are joined by OzFish Intern, Tre Carson, as the boys run through what went down on Jono's recent trip out to the Nymboida River. In what was a trip dedicated to helping the river bounce back after the 2019 bushfires, the boys run through the resurgence of the endangered eastern cod, the i…
 
This week, Kadie chats with Dr. Michael Quist, an Assistant Unit Leader with the Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Professor in the Department of Fish and Wildlife Sciences at the University of Idaho. Throughout this conversation, we talk about how Mike got interested in research, his path from Idaho to Kansas and back, tips on …
 
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This week on the Reel Action Fishing Podcast Jono and Guesty are back in the studio to answer a few listener questions. The boys dive into the topic of fishing without technology, and also how to choose a destination when you have too many options. To kick start this weeks episode, however, Guesty explains why he ended up fishing naked while out on…
 
In this episode, Dawson Hicks and Anthony Zenga have a conversation with Kyler Hecke, a visiting professor of fisheries science at Arkansas Tech University. Kyler talks about the awesome darter species he has worked with, his career in academia, the importance of small fish species, and more! Get in touch with us! The Fisheries Podcast is on Facebo…
 
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, but for the Missoula YWCA, raising awareness, acknowledging survivors and being a voice for victims continues year-round. In this Spotlight Montana, hear from Pathways program manager Lyndayle Mattis on just out how prevalent domestic violence is locally, where victims can go for help and what challenge…
 
This week on the podcast, Jono and Guesty kill two birds with one stone: the fishing destination of Lake Macquarie, and how to prep for the upcoming fishing competition that is being held in that waterway. In continuing with their destination series, the boys look at how to target different species within the Lake, and give their insight into how t…
 
In this episode Anders Halverson talks to Dr. Jennifer Gumm about efforts to conserve the Devils Hole pupfish. These remarkable fish live only in one small cave in the middle of the Mojave Desert--perhaps the smallest range of any vertebrate in the world. As one of the first species listed under the Endangered Species Act, these fish have faced thr…
 
Chief Earl Old Person, Life-Time Chief of the Blackfeet Tribe, sat for an interview in 2002 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of North American Indian Days in Browning on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Norma Ashby interviewed Chief Old Person for KRTV of Great Falls as he commented on the meaning and celebrations of Indian Days, one of the lar…
 
On this new episode of The Fisheries Podcast, co-host Mirella Leis speaks with guest Dr. Yinji Li about the launch of Girls Who Fish Japan, a sister program to Girls Who Fish Canada that aims to bring girls and women into fisheries! Main point: Women’s participation is essential for securing small-scale fisheries sustainability. Dr. Yinji Li is a m…
 
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This week on the Reel Action Fishing Podcast Jono and Guesty are joined by Australian cricketing legend and fishing fanatic, Mark Taylor. Labelled the best captain Australian cricket has seen, Mark also has had his fair share of success on the water, tallying some nice scores in the bream and barra scene! In this episode, the boys dive into Marks c…
 
In this week's episode, Zach Crum talks with Zach Moran about his PhD research at Baylor University studying Longnose and Alligator Gar ecology in the Brazos River, Texas. Also discussed is Zach's undergraduate research at Virginia Tech using DNA Barcoding to identify Blue Catfish stomach contents as well as his master's work investigating Blue Cat…
 
Stephanie Land's memoir “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive” is a raw account of her experience as a single mom dealing with poverty after surviving domestic violence. The bestselling book is now a hit Netflix series. In this in-depth Spotlight Montana interview, Land talks about the series, her book, what she experienced, how…
 
Cassidy Miles (co-host; She/Her) embarks on a topic that is often misunderstood. Dig in and find out why. Podcast guest, Dr. Jason DeBoer (He/Him) of the Illinois Natural History Survey joins in the conversation. The article we reference in the episode is found here: https://www.learningforjustice.org/magazine/fall-2018/what-is-white-privilege-real…
 
This week on the Reel Action Fishing Podcast Jono and Guesty are joined by David Meehan - Director of Sales at Mercury Marine. The boys spend the episode chatting about all things boat motors, and dive deep into those important topics such as props, trim, upgrading your motor, motor ratings and looking after your engine. As always, the boys get dis…
 
This week Kadie chats with Matea Djokic. Matea is a PhD student at the University of California Irvine, where she is studying the gut microbiome of three silverside fish species. Throughout the episode we talk about Matea's path from a psychology degree to fisheries work in South Dakota, her master's research with pallid sturgeon, to her current po…
 
Author and historian Bob Bigart explains how cattle exports from the Flathead Indian Reservation in the early twentieth century supported tribal members and made it possible for the tribes to avoid dependence on general rations from the federal government.By MontanaHistoricalSociety
 
University of Colorado PhD student Kerri Clement examines horse herd restoration efforts on the part of Crow Agency superintendent Robert Yellowtail. While Yellowtail concentrated on particular breeds and worked to obtain high-bred horses, this short-lived project reflects the longer and deeper history between Crow people and equines. Between 1875 …
 
Retired MHS museum technician Vic Reiman begins with a short sketch of the development of black powder and firearms—going all the way back to China—and then concentrates on the first four models of lever-action rifles made by Oliver Winchester and their use by American Indians, settlers, and bad men on the western frontier.…
 
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