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The world's greatest adventurers tell their best story from the road. Each episode is cut documentary style and set to music and cinematic effects to create an immersive storytelling experience. 'Best travel podcasts 2020'- The Guardian, 'Thrilling Stuff'-Sunday Times, 'Ear Candy for Listeners' - Washington Post
 
Do you live in the eastern part of the United States and want to hunt out west? Do you want to become a better hunter all over the United states? This podcast is designed to reach out to eastern hunters that want to do more DIY hunting and adventure out west to hunt. In future episodes we will help listeners learn what it takes to become successful all over the United States. We will break down how to go out west and give tips and tricks we learn along the way.
 
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 ...
 
Explore Ireland through the voices, stories and opinions of locals who live there and travelers who travel there. Cities include; Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Killarney, Midleton, and Belfast. Stories include; iconic sites to explore, things to do, modern culture, history, heritage, ghosts, and of course tasty things to eat and drink while in Ireland.
 
John Horsfall speaks to Adventurers and Explorers from all over the world. From Everest Climbers to Polar Explorers, World Record Holder and more, these Adventurers talk about their expeditions and intimate stories of their travels. We dive in deep to get an understanding of what drives these people to push the limits of human possibilities and surviving in the harshest of environments. Tune in each week and join Adventure Athlete John Horsfall for a weekly show about what is the meaning of ...
 
Inspiring stories of people that pulled the ripcord on their 9-to-5 lives to reinvent as an entrepreneur, digital nomad and adventurer. From employees turned industry influencers or just people stuck in a life that wasn’t what they had dreamed of and made the seemingly impossible decision to reinvent their life. From epic life changers like Roz Savage, Helene Godin and that guy that sold his entire life on eBay to normal people making extraordinary life reinventions.
 
Do you want to come on an adventure? I sure do! I am Stefan Oland and I’m fascinated by the world around me. Come along as I converse with people from all walks of life, who have traveled the four corners of the world. Join me as I attempt to quench a deep seeded curiosity about people and the circumstances that shape them. From exploring the effects of Covid-19 in my area, to hunting storms, to hearing tales of tragedy and forgiveness with the @Mercytraveller, we are going to experience it ...
 
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IN THIS EPISODE: Report from the 2021 Minnesota Traditional Gathering, Greenland rolling with Qajaq Copenhagen and watching Greenlandic musician Rasmus Lyberth live at Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark. LINKS: Greenland in Tivoli Qajaq København Rasmus Lyberth HELP SUPPORT DUBSIDE THROUGH PATREON! Subscribe and get the RSS feed through Buzzsprout…
 
New Mexico passed a law in 2015 that unintentionally resulted in two public rivers now being fenced off from public use by private landowners. A case was presented before the New Mexico State Supreme Court in 2020 looking to have the law repealed. This episode interviews Lesli Allison from the Western Landowners Alliance and Steve Harris from Far F…
 
Welcome to Episode 201 of The Woman Angler & Adventurer Podcast! We're moving on to another epic 200 episodes! I can't think of a better way to kick things off than with my special guest this week, Becky Iaconelli! I'm sure you're already familiar with the Iaconelli name, via of course the famed bass angler Mike, affectionately referred to as "Ike.…
 
On today's Podcast, we have Tom Court. Learning to windsurf at an early age he was introduced to Kitesurfing in 1999. Ever since that day, he has been an enthusiastic kiter and quickly made his mark on the PKRA Kiteboarding world tour after winning the UK under 18’s championship in his first year of competition. Currently, Tom is an International r…
 
Follow travel author and adventurer Graydon Hazenburg on an epic bike journey from Islamabad, in Pakistan, all the way to Mount Kailash, in Tibet thousands of miles away. Travelling across four of the great mountain ranges in the world, the Pamir Mountains, the Hindu Kush, the Karakorum and the Himalayas, it would prove to be an incredibly difficul…
 
This week we bring you a special episode of the British Canoeing Coaching Podcast as we look back and reflect upon season two so far. In this episode we listen back to: Lee talking to Darren Joy about his philosophy Sis discussing the podium program with Greg Hitchin Pete talking to Eila Wilkinson about the environment and learning to say no Ben ch…
 
Mike Branham On this show, our guest is Mike Branham. Mike is a financial planner with a passion for the outdoors. We talk about how you can fund your outdoor adventures and save for your future, why it’s important to find a balance between these things, as well as some ideas for maximizing your dollars when it comes to the gear and gadgets you nee…
 
We’re stepping out of the monthly schedule with this podcast to bring you something extra. There are two parts to this conversation with Nick Butter who we heard from in episode 38. The second part is about setting a new record for running around the coast of Great Britain. The first is about a new, worldwide charity he’s establishing that is so di…
 
For a long time I wondered about kayak fishing. Our new family location gives us easy access to coastal paddling, creeks, marshes, so it felt like the perfect time to give it a try. This is a look back at my first couple of times out. Here's a link to the video in case you'd like to see the adventure. https://youtu.be/7UoRAu6fQa8 Cheers! Luke - Kay…
 
Welcome to a milestone! The 200th episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast. Since this show launched back in 2018, we've had only a few West Coast anglers on the show- not nearly enough. So I can't think of a better way to celebrate our 200th episode with another West Cost angler- Clara Ricabal! Clara's origins are from Cuba, so she's bi-li…
 
There are nineteen, sort of official, long trails on this island and Martyn Howe has waked them all. I’ll talk to Martyn about Long Distance Walking and his new book Tales From The Big Trails. And we won’t stop there. Because Martyn is quite a cyclist too having, among many other things, circumnavigated the north-sea by bike. Martyn's Website Insta…
 
This week meet a TakeMeFishing.org Women Making Waves WaveMaker Nicole Jacobs. Nicole's main mission is to promote equity and inclusion in the world of bass fishing. She executes her mission very well despite juggling fishing some big pro bass tournaments, being a single mom, and going to grad school! One of the main slogans on this show has been "…
 
On today's Podcast, we have Ash Dykes. Ash Dykes is an explorer, extreme athlete, motivational speaker and 3x World First Record Holder. Ash recently head-lined global news by becoming the first person to hike the entire length of the Yangtze River in China. A 4,000-mile journey that took him 352 days to complete, he faced bears, altitude, wolves, …
 
Follow travel author Oscar Scafidi on his world-record paddle down the Kwanza River in Angola. Stretching 600-miles from its source in the Angolan Highlands, in the centre of the country, to the Atlantic Ocean on the country’s west coast, Oscar and his partner Alfie Weston kayaked the entire length and hiked an additional two hundred miles to circu…
 
Tony Perelli and Becky King with morels_Photo: Tony Perelli Mushrooms Raina picking blueberries. Understory. Highbush cranberries. Late summer and fall are the time for picking blueberries, hunting for mushrooms, and getting ready for winter. Gathering edible berries and plants has many benefits besides their great taste. Jackie Qataliña, Tony Pere…
 
Lee Bolling’s book “Welcome to Earth Fellow Human”. Lee Bolling. Lee Bolling riding in Anchorage. The Anchorage Bowl is known for its trail networks, and many residents and visitors think our various trail systems are one of the city’s best features. During this Outdoor Explorer, we’ll be talking about one element of the city’s trail system: The so…
 
In the latest instalment of the Coaching Philosophy Miniseries with Lee Pooley we hear from Jenna Sanders, owner of Flying Gecko. Listen to Lee ask Jenna about her journey to where she is today, hear them discuss the significant events that helped shape Jenna's coaching career and gain a valuable insight into the importance of having a coaching phi…
 
The truth is, if you're a bass angler, you probably already have this app on your phone, and if you don't, well, you'll definitely be downloading it after listening to this episode. BassForecast is a game-changer on many levels. On this week's episode, you're going to meet one of the creators of the app and find out the story behind it! Meet Mike M…
 
BREAKING NEWS: (8-13-21) "Jennifer Schall landed a massive 132-pound alligator gar in the 50-pound test class, which if approved, would be one of the largest freshwater fish records ever recorded by a female angler." -Field & Stream And you get to meet her on this week's episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast! Jennifer Schall is no strang…
 
Megan Hine (Survivalist) On today's Podcast, we have Megan Hine. Megan is a survival consultant, expedition leader, and producer. Her vast wealth of experience and knowledge, gained from leading hundreds of trips and expeditions, consulting for TV survival and adventure shows across the globe, enables her to organise unique experiences for clients …
 
IN THIS EPISODE: A discussion of modern Greenland style kayak designs and designers and the most important band in Greenland. LINKS: Sea Kayaking UK (Nigel Dennis) Nigel Foster Kayaks Savannah Canoe and Kayak Björn Thomasson Design Zegul Greenland T (Tahe Outdoors) Rebel Kayaks (Johan Wirsén) Water Field Kayaks Atlantic Music Nanook: Seqinitta Qinn…
 
St Elias the trench, photoby John Bauman. Russell base camp, photo by John Bauman. Mt Deborah basecamp igloo, photo by John Bauman. Bauman Kayaking 1 Paddlng the Katmai Coast 1992, photo by Paul Twardock. Bauman Kayaking BaumanKayaking2 Alaska has thousands of world-class outdoor men and women. Most have gone about their business without fanfare or…
 
In this instalment of the Coaching Podcast from British Canoeing we hear from Helena Russo, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Lead at British Canoeing, on the why we need to consider Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, how to embed EDI into our coaching practice. The importance of reflection and exploring around the topic of Equality, Diversity and In…
 
Follow Black Belt travel writer Paul Barach as he treks the 750-mile Shikoku Pilgrimage in Japan. Dedicated to the 8thcentury Buddhist Holy Man, Kukai, Shikoku is the wildest of Japan’s four main islands filled with steep mountains, thousand-year-old temples and thick cedar forests. Walked for more than 1,200 years, this is one of the hardest Buddh…
 
Southern California is home for 19 million people and imports the majority of its municipal water from the Colorado and Sacramento Rivers, moving that water hundreds of miles through humanmade aqueducts. Both rivers have decreased flows meaning less water for So Cal. This episode looks at how So Cal gained water, how they are changing their water p…
 
I recently had the opportunity to do a tour of the St. Croix Rods headquarters in Park Falls, WI. I have to say, if you're into fishing and you ever have the opportunity to do this free tour, I highly recommend you do it! The manufacturing process of a fishing rod is unbelievable. At St. Croix, they even make their own blanks, and to able to witnes…
 
On this week's episode, my special guest is BeBe Harrison and we have a lot to chat about! BeBe is a very busy lady in the fishing industry. She has her hands in a lot of different things, but it seems they all tie in together really nicely. From creating her own business Angling Women which provides customized aquatic education programs for indivi…
 
On the podcast today, we have Alice Morrison, an Adventurer, Author and Presenter. Her first series for the BBC was Morocco to Timbuktu: An Arabian Adventure when she travelled the old salt and slave routes from the tip of Morocco, where she now lives, to the fabled and perilous city of Timbuktu. Her third book, 1001 Nights, was published in April …
 
She set out to run around the world. She could become the first person to do it during a global pandemic. Marie Leautey, better known as 'Lootie', faced barrier after barrier while trying to run across Europe but she succeeded. She speaks to us on her first day in the USA as she prepares to run across her second continent. Lootie's website is Looti…
 
IN THIS EPISODE: Dubside shares some tips on learning and speaking Greenlandic, and gives an English translation of the Qajaq Song. LINKS: Carving a Greenland Kayak Paddle - Using ONLY a Hatchet Gravity (Official Trailer) Pronunciation of the Greenlandic kayak rolls by Maligiaq Padilla 55 Historical Recordings of Traditional Greenlandic Music HELP …
 
Follow National Geographic wildlife biologist Doug Chadwick to the Gobi Desert of Mongolia in search of the world’s rarest bear. There are less than 50 Gobi Grizzlies left in the world and until recently almost no one even knew the existed - including Doug, a self-proclaimed ‘Bear Junkie’ who has spent his life studying Grizzly Bears around the wor…
 
In the latest instalment of the World Class Program Coach Interview Miniseries with Sid Sinfield we hear from Paul Darby-Dowman. Listen to Sid ask Paul about his journey to where he is today, hear them discuss Paul's WCP coaching and gain a valuable insight into the athletes progression to the Olympics. To download the transcript for this episode c…
 
For many decades water has been recycled after it runs through sewage treatment plants in cities large and small in many states and countries. That recycled water is used for landscaping and industrial cleaning. Today with decreasing access to imported river water, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California has built a test facility to …
 
Last week was iCast week down in Orlando, FL. Many of us have been chomping at the bit to get back to business, see new products, network with new friends as well as get reconnected in person with some old ones. Before the big week officially kicked off, Captain Debbie Hanson, Gabriella MaGrath and myself has a little Women Making Waves breakout se…
 
IN THIS EPISODE: Sea kayaking coach and founder of the University of Sea Kayaking, Wayne Horodowich, talks about how he came to produce a number of instructional sea kayaking videos including the “Greenland Rolling with Maligiaq and Dubside” two part DVD series, and also discusses his close friendship with the legendary sea kayaking pioneer Derek H…
 
These three topics come up in questions often, especially why I choose to place my spare paddle on the back deck. This discussion might be a helpful way to combine all three topics. Cheers! Luke - Kayak Hipster www.youtube.com/kayakhipster www.instagram.com/kayakhipster www.kayakhipster.com Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/kayakhipster)…
 
Join us as we talk with Drew Steele at Drew Steele Fishing about how he started kayak fishing and how his passion has grown and has hope's to one day become a pro angler. In this episode we discuss how it all began and he gives us tips and tricks on the everyday life of a kayak angler. " Watch out for that paddle"…
 
Follow extreme adventurer Ash Dykes on a world first trek along the entire 4,000-mile length of the Yangtze River in China. Travelling from the Tibetan Plateau in the far northwest of the country, through 11 provinces to the river’s estuary near Shanghai in the south he will face innumerable challenges: dodging aggressive Tibetan bears, fighting of…
 
We had such a fantastic time fishing with Captain Mark Cahlik with Mark1 Sportfishing and Bays Edge Resort up on Lake Erie out of Port Clinton, OH a few weeks ago that he invited us back up to have a go at smallmouth bass this time around. What a treat that was! These smallmouth on Lake Erie are no joke. We caught a bunch of chunks that meant busin…
 
On the podcast today we have an adventurer and explorer from Hong Kong. At 18 Marsha Jean left her abusive home and bought a one-way ticket to Australia. She wanted to spend all the money she had, and commit suicide. Throwing herself into the real world broke all the beliefs her parents and society had put in her. Today on the Podcast we talk about…
 
IN THIS EPISODE: Dubside discusses Greenland paddles, from hand-carved wood to factory produced carbon fiber, and contemplates the intangible rewards of coaching. LINKS: Walrus Pull (Qajaq Japan) The Greenland Paddle Forward Stroke SSTIKS: South Sound Traditional Inuit Kayaking Symposium Beale Paddles (Don Beale) Kajakkspesialisten Norwegian Wood P…
 
In the latest instalment of the Coaching Philosophy Miniseries with Lee Pooley we hear from George Fell, a Paddlesport Instructor Glenmore Lodge and a Freelance Coach. Listen to Lee ask George about his journey to where he is today, hear them discuss the significant events that helped shape Georges's coaching career and gain a valuable insight into…
 
I had the opportunity this week to catch up with Gail Kulp from the Sea Tow Foundation to get the scoop on some updates going on there with their two big programs- The Life Jacket Loaner Program as well as the Sober Skipper Program. We also talked about the new federal kill switch law in effect. We also covered the National Boating Industry Safety …
 
In this episode, we talk about what type of kayaks, size and equipment is needed to kayak fish. We will go in depth in a later episode about kayak fishing and tournament fishing. This episode is to help the new kayak fisherman get started. Thanks for listening and go check out or website at www.projectdiyhunter.com…
 
IN THIS EPISODE: Founder and former president of Qajaq USA Greg Stamer talks about how our knowledge of Greenland style kayaking has evolved through decades of overcoming ignorance and paddling dogma that persisted both within and outside of the Greenland style kayaking movement. He also discusses the fascinating cultural differences between the Am…
 
In this episode, I talk to Ericka with Hickory Haven Fawn Rescue about what its takes to have a fawn rescue and the challenges to rehabilitate fawns. We talk about what to do when you find a fawn, the importance of making sure the fawn is actually abandoned and the important role DNR plays in the process. Thanks for listening and don't forget to ch…
 
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