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This week Chris and the boys welcome in NPFL and BASS Nation Pro Chase Colby to the show to preview this weeks Lake Mead event and to hype up the Western anglers as well. They then get dialed in on the new MLFLW Unification announcement and the new Big 5 as well as look at BASS Opens points and who makes the move in 2021. Check it out!…
 
This week I had the chance to sit down with with my old friend Bob Bagby and discuss the sponsorship side of the fishing industry. Bob spent his career working with some of the biggest names in the fishing industry. Bill Dance, Shaw Grigsby, Kevin Van Dam, and yes, even Tom Rowland and many more. Bob has a unique perspective on sponsorships because…
 
Last week we discussed the best all-around fly rod. Today, we discuss the best all-around spinning rod for inshore fishing. If I had to pick one, I would go with a 7 foot, 8-17 pound rod with a moderate tip flex. For me, the go-to is the St. Croix Mojo Inshore. I would pair this with a 4000 size spinning rod. This setup is perfect for all around in…
 
Fishermen are notorious for having back problems. It is a very physical activity that often requires heavy lifting and carrying heavy things. This can cause issues, however the big issue that has caused back problems for me has been all the sitting. Long drives to fishing locations, long rides on the boat and often a week of sitting in the office w…
 
This week I had the chance to sit down with Captain Rick Moore of the Sailing Sophisticated Lady vessel. Rick lives full time on a sailboat and has turned it into a full time career for himself between running charters and filming YouTube videos. Rick now has over 130,000 subscribers and is still growing. Rick has made his vessel fully self sustain…
 
In this week’s How 2 Tuesday, we talk about a question that I get very often, how to pick your first fly rod. I would divide this into two categories based on if you are fishing in freshwater or saltwater. If it’s freshwater. I would say to go with a 5wt. If you fish more saltwater, I would suggest a 9 or 10wt. In this episode we go into the reason…
 
This week is all about the importance of grip strength in fishing. The farmer’s walk is an Old School exercise that has stood the test of time for a good reason…it works! It is just like it sounds, you basically take something that is heavy and walk around with it. Just like everything else I do, this one does not require anything expensive or only…
 
For the last 21 years, Ben Friedman has wanted to host his own outdoor show. He used to watch Saltwater Experience with his buddy and play me while his buddy played Rich. Ben has planned, visualized and actually brought to life his dream. Two years ago, he pitched an idea to Dave Portnoy to be the outdoor guy at Barstool Sports. Ben had to start at…
 
Fish live in the shade and around structure so they can ambush prey and also hide from other predators. Skipping lures under docks, mangroves or any type of structure and can be very effective and every good fisherman should be well practiced at this and be able to do it. There are some things that will make anyone better at it immediately. Your ch…
 
The ascending/descending workout is a great way to keep workouts interesting. I like to create workouts that have 2 parts. On the first part the reps will decrease each round and on the other part the reps will increase. You feel great knowing that your next set will be less reps on the first part but you are also building reps on the other side. T…
 
This week I sat down with Monte Burke to discuss his new book, Lords of the Fly. I was lucky enough to get an early copy of the book and give it a read before our interview. This book features some of my all time heroes and tells the incredible story of chasing after the world record tarpon in the late 70’s and early 80’s in Homosassa, Florida. Mon…
 
This week, we unbox and spool up the Daiwa Certate 4000 for a brand new Permit reel. I use a professional line winder to spool my reels. I know that not everybody has one of these, but I go over some of the reasons why it may be worth a few bucks to get your local tackle shop to spool yours up for you. We also go through using mono as backing (Why …
 
With a lot of gyms still closed, many people are trying to find creative ways to work out at home. Using your own body weight can be a great workout, but sometimes you want a little bit more of a challenge. That is when the weighted vest comes into play. You can do all of your same body weight workouts, but just with more of a challenge. The great …
 
This week I sat down with two young ladies that have an incredible story. Emily and Amanda Gale are two licensed captains from South Florida. They both grew up as competitive pole vaulters, and competed at the Division 1 level for the University of Miami. In this podcast, we talk about their competitive spirit, their upbringing, medical troubles, t…
 
This week I answer another great question from Instagram, this time coming from @codyrubner. Cody asks, “what pieces of gear should upcoming guides always have in their boat?” In this episode I dig into some of the things that are crucial to preventing a day of guiding from going wrong. We talk about many different items that you can use as a backu…
 
People always ask me what kind of supplements I am taking, and I really only take one. When I am out on the water or doing anything that will result in a lot of sweating, I always drink plenty of water, and I will add in a supplement to replenish my electrolytes. I take Hammer Endurolytes, but there are a number of alternatives. What’s most importa…
 
This week I had the chance to talk with Dr. Jennifer Rehage and Carissa Gervasi about a number of environmental issues, actions, and efforts happening in southern Florida. We discuss the issues with water flow in the everglades, the health of Biscayne Bay, and their study on the Jack Crevalle. I really enjoyed this conversation and learned a ton ab…
 
@spookyskiff asks about solo fishing setups in a skiff on the flats. I have spent a lot of time fishing by myself in a skiff. It is challenging and highly unproductive at times, but with the right apraoch, equipment and some patience fish can be caught. Check out this episode and share with a friend who may enjoy it as well. This episode is brought…
 
With the coronavirus shutting down gyms, many online retailers are completely sold out of equipment for home gyms. In this video we talk about a great workout with equipment that you can get at your local hardware store and junkyard. A sledgehammer workout can be a great high-intensity exercise that you can do right in your backyard. Combine this w…
 
This week Chris & The Circus welcome in the 2020 FLW Tour Angler of the Year Ron Nelson & 2020 Rookie of the Year Kyle Hall to talk about their 2020 season, as crazy as its been and help preview next weeks TITLE on Sturgeon Bay. Blonde Girl Behind the Scenes Michele Eichstead is still with us for picks and the guys debate technology..... And the my…
 
This week I had the chance to sit down with the legendary Jako Lucas. You may know him from his extensive guiding resume, or for creating some of the most insane films in the Fly Fishing Film Tour. In the episode, we talk about getting started in this crazy travel lifestyle, paying your dues as a guide, the similarities and differences between Gian…
 
Permit are described as the hardest fish to catch on the flats. They are my favorite fish to catch and I fish for them more than any other fish. Im not sure that I agree that they are the hardest fish to catch after spending so much time with them. The most effective way to catch permit is with a live crab on spinning gear. The choice of hooks and …
 
For this week’s Physical Friday, we’re talking about partner workouts combining isometric and rep exercises. Working out with a partner will help keep you motivated while pushing each other to the next level. With these workouts, you will establish a rep goal and work together to achieve that goal. You can make these as easy or as hard as you want,…
 
This week I had the chance to hear some incredible stories from Shyanne Orvis. Shyanne grew up in a number of foster homes, bought a one way ticket to Aspen, Colorado when she turned 17, and has climbed her way to become a much respected fishing guide. I talk to Shyanne about her unique mission statement, the involvement of women in the fly fishing…
 
For this week’s How 2 Tuesday, we talk with Captain Brandon Simmons about how to make the most out of your deep drops. We cover reading transducers, looking for humps and depth changes on the bottom, what species options you have, rigging for these depths, and much more. Brandon operates the Into The Blue boat out of Hawks Cay, and has a lot of exp…
 
One of the hardest parts of traveling for me is staying in a consistent workout routine. The deck of cards is certainly not my idea and it is not a new idea, but one that I use all the time. I learned this from Ross Enamait (@Rosstraining) but athletes for many years have used a deck of cards to create all kinds of workouts. Ray Lewis is one of man…
 
This week I had the chance to sit down with Capt. Justin Napior and share some stories. Justin guides in the Naples/10,000 Islands area of Florida, specializing in large snook and tarpon. We talk about fishing techniques, guiding expectations, childhood stories, as well as how he moved from being an auto mechanic to a full time fishing guide. Justi…
 
Captain Brandon Simmons recently was part of a team that set the Florida Keys All Time One Day Record for Sailfish at 76! He obviously knows a thing or two about how to find these fish, so he breaks down current, wind, and locations for having the most success in a day of targeting sailfish. We also break down rigging rods, having the proper gear r…
 
One of the most necessary skills when out on the water is the ability to pull your bodyweight up. Imagine that you get tossed out of the boat. Would you have the strength to pull yourself back up onto the deck? If you fall off the dock, could you get yourself back up? Simply training for this scenario can result in life or death. In this week’s Phy…
 
This week Chris and the boys take a slight detour from their usual guests and welcome in two ladies who are very important to the success of their significant others. Tiffanie McCall, Brandon Palaniuk's girlfriend & Kayla Jocumsen, wife of Elite Series Champ Carl Jocumsen join the guys to talk about life on the road, quarantine and more! Strike Kin…
 
This week we had the opportunity to sit down with Tom Anderson, the man behind Burnewiin. Tom is based out of the pacific north west, and has some incredible stories from that area. He originally moved out there for the windsurfing scene, so we discuss that as well as the unique fishing opportunities that the PNW has to offer. From halibut to sturg…
 
For How 2 Tuesday this week, we sit down with Capt. Scott Brown of Hooked on Family to discuss taking your kid on a guided trip. Scott has a ton of experience fishing with kids and knows what to look for in a guide to have the most success with your kids on a guided trip. We discuss the right questions to ask when searching for a guide, what types …
 
Traveling can always make having a consistent workout routine more difficult. We have talked about the deck-of-cards workout as a way to overcome this, but using a pair of dice is another great way to work out on the road. You may not always have access to the same equipment, but I have put together a few different sets of dice for different situat…
 
This week we had the chance to sit down with Capt. Greg Dini of Flywater Expeditions. We talked about Greg’s time as a professional athlete, parenting and how that relates to guiding, photography and videography, and much more. Greg has a unique story of how he got into guiding and we unpack it all in this episode. To keep up with Greg’s guiding, p…
 
Marking your fly line is a simple trick that can make your life so much easier. Once you start accumulating a number of different lines, it can be easy to get mixed up on which one is which. Some lines now come pre-marked, but a lot still do not. Brian Butts from 239 Flies shows us his simple method to make sure you don’t get your lines mixed up ag…
 
For Physical Friday this week, we will be talking about formats for setting challenges for periods of time. Whether that be a 30 day workout challenge, or something like the 100 day burpee challenge that we just finished. Setting challenges with an end date will help to keep you motivated to push through. It is also a great way to build up your end…
 
Brady Trautman and his brother Brian have been sailing around the world for years on a sailboat. They have racked up over 90,000 miles on their vessel, SV Delos, enough to go around the equator over three times. Brady has some incredible stories from their travels around the world, and we had a great time talking to him about his success with saili…
 
This week on How 2 Tuesday, we talk about the easiest way to catch dolphin with Capt. Brandon Simmons. Brandon is the captain of the Into The Blue boat at Hawks Cay, and has lots of experience with mahi. He talks about tackle, location, and some specific strategies for keeping the school of fish happy. This will result in a lot more catches, so be …
 
Team workouts increase intensity and also create camaraderie. I like a format called the Leap Frog workout that uses 3 exercises for 2 athletes. One of my favorites includes 10 Pullups, 10 Kettlebell Swings and 10 Wall Balls. Decide on a time for the workout. In this case, lets pick 20 minutes. Athlete 1 will start on the pullups and upon finishing…
 
Chriss Smith is the co-founder and CEO of Trident Mindset. Chriss spent 12 years as a U.S. Navy SEAL, and is now a competitive ultra-endurance athlete and founder of business ventures in the leadership development, maritime rescue, and physical fitness fields. I was fortunate enough to have Chriss as one of my instructors at SealFit Kokoro Class 30…
 
Fishing with kids can be difficult, frustrating and a real test of your patience. However, if you can successfully get your child or grandchild into the sport you will have a fishing buddy for life. I fished with my kids when they were all very young. In fact, my oldest was on the boat strapped into a car seat while I was jumping tarpon on fly. His…
 
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