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All the Great Eats, Great Places, and Great People in the Greater Tampa Bay Area. Tampa Bay Native and local Realtor Kyle Sasser gives you the inside scoop on all the hidden gems throughout the Tampa Bay area. Having a curious mind and pallet as well as having lived in Tampa, Plant City, Dover, Lakeland, Brandon, Seminole Heights, Tampa Heights, and now St Petersburg, host Kyle Sasser brings his own unique perspective, knowledge, and history to your ear buds. Covering Tampa, St Pete, Clearwa ...
 
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This week I interview Monte Burke [@44:46], author of the recently released book Lords of the Fly. It's a chronicle of the history of tarpon fishing with a fly rod, and especially the magical period in the late 20th century where huge tarpon and the best fly anglers in the world converged on a little town on the Florida coast. This is truthfully on…
 
Jeff was doing some OSR up on the Georgia property this week – getting ready for deer season. So that left the studio in the hands of Capt. Kevin, Capt. Kirk, and guest co-host Capt. Scott Shank. So, with three charter captains chatting it up, you know they were talking about everything happening on the waters of the First Coast. The mullet are run…
 
In this episode of The Kayak Fishing Show with Jim Sammons we make our first visit to Puerto Rico to fish with Omar Orraca and the target species is Tarpon. This shoot with Omar was one of the toughest we have had, filled with stress and frustration but ending in victory and what has turned into a long time friendship ! Joining me on this trip were…
 
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…
 
Stripping Streamers in the Fall, with Butch Wicks With all the hype around trout Spey and swinging streamers, let's not lose sight of plain old streamer stripping, which is a faster-paced way of fishing streamers and often results in explosive strikes. Montana/Washington guide Butch Wicks of Healing Waters Lodge in Twin Bridges, Montana gives us so…
 
After a Thursday football broadcast, Jeff always gets the opportunity to head to the Georgia woods on the weekend. That’s just what he did, so Capt. Kevin and Capt. Kirk held down the fort (until Jeff called in and hung around on the line for about an hour!). There was A LOT to talk about… As we all know, the First Coast’s fishing community is just…
 
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…
 
The word of the day – well the past few days actually – is SMOOOOOOOOOTH. The temps have cooled off, the water is perfect, and the fish are EXACTLY where Capt. Kevin and Capt. Scott know they’re supposed to be. It’s just plain good…but will it stay that way? Get the forecast for the rest of the week, along with all the great stories and calls, and …
 
Neal Beidleman is no ordinary man. Raised in Aspen, CO his heart had a big outdoor spirit. Pain became a close companion as he started chasing high mountain summits and running 100 mile races. His job is even abnormal - as an aerospace engineer he designs deployable antenna structures for NASA and holds over a dozen patents on designs and devises h…
 
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…
 
What a week! The temperatures are dropping, the mullet are running, and the guys are tickled pink. It looks like the blazing heat of summer is over, and if all those tropical storms and hurricanes steer clear of us, it’s looking like a spectacular fall for anything and everything outdoors. This is a great show for all kinds of hunting and fishing n…
 
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…
 
It’s been a rough couple of weeks for Capt. Kevin – the weather’s been a hot mess, he got pancaked by a tarpon, and Capt. Scott whipped him in the mouth. Put all that together, along with the arrival of deer season, and our friend is highly considering making a career change. What’s he thinking? Find out on this episode……
 
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…
 
In this episode of The Kayak Fishing Show with Jim Sammons we head on a California road trip to fish a few lakes in Nor Cal with Jeff Baker, Sean White and Terry Gowan. Join us for this live airing, bring your questions or comments and please share with your friends.Watch the full episode herehttps://youtu.be/mz56LAYO2mw…
 
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…
 
From coyotes and wild dogs. Sharks and mosquitoes. Bees and hornets. Every kind of equipment you can imagine. If it can hurt you, or at the very least, cause you all kinds of problems, the guys talked about it, and listeners shared their stories, too! Jeff returned from some OSR at his Georgia property, and he quickly caught up on all the injury st…
 
This week, we chat with Bob Irvin [Interview starts at 42:00], president of American Rivers, an organization that does solid work protecting the aquatic resources we all love. Bob and I talk about the Clean Water Act and the Clean Water Rule--what these laws have done for us in the past, how they are currently managed, and threats to their effectiv…
 
Mother Nature did her best to hold things up, but she couldn’t keep the mullet from running any longer. After a couple of downright DEAD days early in the week, Capt. Kevin and Capt. Scott saw the mullet running like crazy on Wednesday! Although they slowed down just a little bit on Thursday, First Coast waters were filled with some monster tarpon.…
 
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…
 
Being slighted by the US Ski Team in 1978, Lonny Vanatta spent the rest of his career trying to prove something and that he did. Turning pro he became the top American on the world pro ski racing tour for many years. He won 20 races and won the slalom title in 1980 - finishing 3rd overall in the season title. Even though he was smaller in stature a…
 
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 interview biologist Nicole Watson [interview at 46:56], who has a fascinating job. She is working on developing strains of arctic grayling that will hopefully be able to repopulate some of Michigan's rivers. It's not widely known that prior to the arrival of Europeans to rivers such as the Au Sable and Manistee, the dominant salmonid in…
 
In this throw back Episode of The Kayak Fishing Show we are joined by my good friend Sean White and his daughter Paige and head to Nor Cal. We hit Mendocino lake for Stripers, cats and bass and The Klamath river for Salmon. Join Jim and Sean Live as we air this episode and share stories and learn about the area.Watch the full episode herehttps://yo…
 
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…
 
Capt. Kirk was off doing the family thing this week, so joining Jeff and Capt. Kevin was none other than Dave Edwards, a long-time friend of the show and Director of Land Stewardship at White Oak (click HERE to visit their website). Of course, the mere mention of White Oak stirred up lots of great conservation conversation. Of course, the Outdoors …
 
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 interview Captain Joe Mattioli [43:31]i on a place I have always wanted to fish--New York Harbor. Despite having chased striped bass and bluefish with a fly rod for over 40 years, I have never had the pleasure of fishing New York Harbor and I have always wanted to. So join me as I interview Captain Joe and hear stories of this world-cl…
 
Capt. RT Trosset is one of the greatest fisherman of all time… period. When you think of the words Key West and light-tackle offshore fishing, Ralph Delph, Jose Wejebe, and certainly RT Trosset are the first people that come to mind. He has been guiding anglers in Key West and making their dreams come true for over 40 years. He is a machine and is …
 
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…
 
Kevin was back from his vacation in Indiana, and you can bet he had some stories to tell. Of course, those stories coaxed some small town stories for Capt. Kirk and Jeff, too. The guys actually had quite a few different topics to hit – lots of different fishing and hunting items, of course, and lots of odd ones, like Capt. Kirk and the shock collar…
 
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