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Best Saltwaterfishing podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Saltwaterfishing podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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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…
 
Have you ever heard of the 90/10 fishing rule? It's been proven that 90% of all feeding fish can be found in just 10% of the area at any given time. So once you find the 10% feeding zone, your chances of catching a fish SKYROCKET! So we break down 3 case studies showing this 90/10 fishing rule in action (along with how to find good spots in 10 minu…
 
Fight Gone Bad (FGB) is a famous and popular workout among the CrossFit community. It is both famous and popular because it follows a very effective and interesting format. FGB uses 5 exercises and the athlete completes as many reps of each exercise in a minute stopping and moving on to the next one at the top of each minute. Then, at the conclusio…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Alycia Downs of Captains for Clean Water and discuss her background in the outdoors and marketing. We also discuss the power that good storytelling has, the need for responsibility in the outdoor community, and the significance of being an example to others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adch…
 
Nick Davis is a firefighter and fly tyer from Bonita Springs, FL. He is the co founder of 239 Flies, a shop that is thriving at the same time that so many other fly shops around the country are closing their doors. Nick sat down with me and told the whole story of 239 Flies which was not only interesting but also motivating. I particularly liked ho…
 
The Everglades National Park is home to a wide variety of species. One of the most popular is the Snook. Capt Anthony Vargas runs the Saltwater Experience boat out of Hawks Cay Marina and targets the snook often with anglers of all skill levels. Anthony goes over everything from A-Z on how he targets, locates and catches Snook on his charters. Know…
 
If you fish in any saltwater body of water, you've got to be familiar with tides. The great news about tide charts is that they can be predicted out for years based on the sun and moon. Bad news is that fishing tide charts don't take into account weather (wind, pressure, rain, etc). This is a must-listen to episode for any serious inshore saltwater…
 
Experienced waterman and spear fisherman Capt. Scott Brown joins us to talk about how to get physically prepared for lobster season or spear fishing. Workouts you can do in a pool or on dry land to extend breath hold times, become a stronger swimmer and simply be better than you were last season. This episode is brought to you by these great sponso…
 
Michael Medrano is an angler and author who recently published a book on the Stilt Houses of Texas. Together with the photographer, Tim Romano, they traveled the entire Intracoastal waterway in Texas by boat, knocking on the doors of the homes found along that path—over 400 doors to be exact. Nowhere else in the country does a community exist where…
 
Nick Davis from 239 Flies stops in today to talk about the connection between the backing and fly line. Nick tells us how they do it at 239 Flies and how you can do it to make sure you get the best connection. Visit Nick at his shop in Bonita Springs, Forida. Follow him on Instagram @239Flies Barracuda Tackle - Makers of the best cast nets on the m…
 
Want to hear how this angler is catching countless overslot (even 46 inch) snook using nothing but a fake shrimp on a jighead? Then you've got to hear this! Angler Marcos Baldo brought over some of his same snook tactics from Brazil and has been out-fishing people next to him using live bait. I went down to see it for myself and was blown away! If …
 
This is certainly the most powerful episode yet... Kris DenBesten and his wife had to watch helplessly as their daughter was fading before their eyes. The doctors had told them there wasn't much they could do and the chances of survival were becoming slimmer by the moment. It was the last thing they thought they'd be doing on Christmas. Listen in a…
 
We have discussed workout acronyms before on this podcast. EMOM stands for Every minute On The Minute. This means that the athlete starts at the top of the minute and completes a task, for example, 15 burpees. If this takes 30 seconds to complete the athlete has 30 seconds of rest before having to start again with another 15 burpees. This would be …
 
In this episode, we sit down with Captain Rick Ruoff and discuss his career of 50+ years of guiding. Rick began guiding in 1969 as a college student studying biology, and has spent a lifetime on the water. Rick guides in the Keys and Montana, and has helped scout different fisheries around the world. In this podcast Rick shares with us tips on scou…
 
Sergeant Major (r) Jamey Caldwell, spent more than 21 years in the United States Army, serving his entire career in Special Operations. SGM Caldwell served 7 years with the 75th Ranger Regiment then spent the following 14 years in a Special Missions Unit that maintained a high operational tempo in Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan, and numerous other count…
 
There are 42 bridges in the Florida Keys and most of them will hold tarpon at some time. Capt Anthony Vargas runs the Saltwater Experience boat out of Hawks Cay and fishes the bridges for tarpon often; sometimes triple half days. He has to know how to find the fish fast, get rigged up and instruct his anglers very efficiently to catch fish on a sho…
 
Let's face it, the weather doesn't always line up the way we want it to. And when we get a hall pass, we want to catch fish! So in this episode, Luke and I hit the water in St. Pete, Florida on a tough (and windy) day to see if we can find some fish in a brand new area. Check out what happens and what you can learn from it.…
 
“There are better things ahead than any we leave behind” -C.S. Lewis This quote was meaningful to me today as I decided to turn off many of the ads that are running on the podcast. After some thought, I made this decision based on trying to maintain the highest quality possible. Of course, for anything to be sustainable, some revenue must be genera…
 
For many years, I stared at the wrong door. I would get so focused on a certain "door" in my life that I thought needed to be open that I would not only get frustrated when it didn't happen but I would even start to get angry with God. So in this episode, I share a story of what happened to me here at Salt Strong and how one door being closed was t…
 
Our 100-day burpee challenge is a good analogy for life in general. Take a massive amount of work and stare it down. It is easy to become intimidated and quit. However, successful people don’t do it that way. Winners look at that work and start to break it into manageable pieces. They use momentum to begin to accept and overcome larger challenges a…
 
For one week each June, nearly two hundred crews prepare their state-of-the-art multimillion-dollar boats and head to the Gulf Stream in pursuit of the prize of the Atlantic—a prize-winning blue marlin. Thousands of spectators flock to the Big Rock Landing hoping to catch a glimpse of history at the weigh-ins, while out in the blue anglers engage i…
 
Capt. Vinnie LaSorsa has one heck of a story. His dad was a Secret Service Agent, Jimmy was in the perfect place at the right time to become Jimmy Buffet's personal boat captain (while Vinnie was in his 20's), and now he gets to serve countless wounded warriors through his amazing program, Freedom Fighter Outdoors.…
 
This season marks Matson's 29th year guiding! Growing up in a family immersed in the sport of fly fishing and living next to fabled trout streams like the Roaring Fork in Colorado and the Brule in northern Wisconsin, he has been fly fishing since the age of 4. Matson holds a degree in Environmental Economics from St. Lawrence University in Canton, …
 
Flyfishing for tarpon is definitely one of the most exciting ways to fish for this incredible gamefish. It takes a coordinated effort between angler and guide and many things can go wrong in the process of presenting the fly, stripping, setting the hook and landing the fish. Often when you set the hook you have 30-50 feet of line at your feet. Gett…
 
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