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Hooked in New England

Capt. Lou Tirado & Capt. Mike Faulkingham

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Chasing, Catching, and Conserving New England's Saltwater Sportfish. A podcast that combines seriously fun conversations with a wide array of saltwater fishing's favorite folks to help all of us become better anglers, better stewards of our environment, to help small businesses thrive, and to help our fish survive.
 
Bryan and Taylor Sears (Sears Brothers) of SeaBros Fishing and Mass Bay Guides bring to you a podcast featuring Northeast fishing tactics, reports, detailed interviews and conversations with some of the best, and most entertaining, captains, mates, and anglers in their fishery and beyond.
 
Broadcasting Paranormal News and Weird stories from our CreepGeeks Bunker Studio in the Mountains of Western North Carolina! We’re an offbeat paranormal news podcast that takes a light-hearted approach to the paranormal, supernatural weird, strange, the stupid, and tech topics circulating the web. You can call the show and leave us a message! 1-575-208-4025 Your Hosts Greg and Omi
 
An audio Podcast Series of Extreme Big Game Fishing Stories from a kayak by enthusiast and author Bluewater Jon Schwartz. You'll be captivated by "out of this world" experiences of fishing from a kayak! Learn the ins and outs in the use of gear, bait and safety devices as well as the locations of hot spots around the world where you'll find incredible big game fishing.
 
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Indigenous-led conservation initiatives are being aided by the growing field of bioacoustics, with many communities around the world creating listening networks that monitor their lands and help them advocate for their conservation. We speak with two Indigenous leaders and scientists on this episode -- Stephanie Thorassie of the Seal River Watershe…
 
As the season winds to an end, it is imperative to keep your gear in working order for the start of next year. There is nothing worse than pulling out your gear only to find that it is broken, or in some sort of disarray because you were lazy and just didn't want to deal with it at that moment. One simple way to keep things in order is to remove al…
 
Researchers analyzed spotted skunk DNA and found that rather than the four skunk species previously recognized by science, there are actually seven. Referred to as the “acrobats of the skunk world” these small carnivores use impressive handstands to warn predators that a noxious spray is coming their way. The plains spotted skunk (included among th…
 
The world economy demands clean energy and cheap commodities and these are being extracted at a furious rate in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. So the DRC is benefiting from all this activity, right? Though extremely rich in natural resources, thanks to political instability plus a centuries-long legacy of commercial and colonial resource ext…
 
Since 2010, the Giant Armadillo Project has been researching the world’s largest armadillo, an animal that despite its size and range across almost every country in South America, is one of the world’s least recognized animals. These researchers have made key findings, like the fact that their burrows, which can be up to 5 meters long, serve as she…
 
Two top guests join this episode to discuss the importance of Indigenous rights to the future of biodiversity conservation and efforts to build a more sustainable future for life on Earth. Victoria Tauli-Corpuz is the former UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and is the current executive director of the Tebtebba Indigenous P…
 
Gabon recently received the first $17 million of a pledged $150 million from Norway for results-based emission reduction payments as part of the Central African Forest Initiative (CAFI). Gabon has 88% forest cover and has limited annual deforestation to less than 0.1% over the last 30 years, in large part possible due to oil revenues supporting the…
 
We look at some of the biggest news from the recent IUCN World Conservation Congress, like the upgraded conservation status of 4 tuna species, including Atlantic bluefin. Is it really OK to eat such tuna now, as some media outlets reported? Are bluefin no longer endangered, but a species of 'least concern?' Well, it's complicated. Mongabay staff wr…
 
In this fine episode: We investigate- Thomas Divide Overlook, the little-known Cherokee Lights and North American Hyena Cryptid? You’re listening to CreepGeeks Podcast This is Season 6 Episode 226: Thomas Divide Overlook, the little known Cherokee Lights and North American Hyena Cryptid? In this Episode- Today's podcast is brought to you by audible…
 
Monocultures of corn and soybeans carpet 75% of the U.S. Midwest, leading to soil erosion, water pollution, and massive greenhouse gas emissions. However, a new wave of farmers is breaking the monocrop monotony by growing these annuals between long rows of perennial shrubs like American hazelnuts, which keep soils intact while harboring beneficial …
 
John Skinner is a humble groundbreaker in striped bass fishing; he stumbled unknowingly into YouTube stardom by quietly and unassumingly filming himself as he taught us how to use tackle we all had, but had been using incorrectly, or not as effectively as could have been. Anglers anxiously await his next post, knowing that it may well provide the d…
 
Walking into a shop to buy a fishing rod can be a daunting task, more often than not the rods are grouped together, and what it can look like is a labyrinth of different length, action, and power rods. Some will be the same length, but will have a different handle, or line rating, or lure rating. In this Short Strike, we will go over the different …
 
The scientific evidence for what kinds of nature conservation programs actually work is always changing, and the use of such evidence should be standard practice when creating new programs, our two guests on this episode argue. Hiromi Yamashita & Andrew Bladon with the Conservation Evidence Group join us to discuss their massive new “What Works In …
 
In this fine episode: We explore- The case for Avi Loeb, Brown Mountain Lights Update, Listener Comments, and what’s next? Welcome to the CreepGeeks Podcast Season 5 Episode 225! In this Episode- Today's podcast is brought to you by audible - get a FREE audiobook download and 30-day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/cheapgeek -Over 180,000 …
 
Being on the boat is all fun and games until it isn't. As Professional Guides we have a duty to make sure our guests have a great trip, and with that we need to ensure that everyone has a safe trip, and in the event of a mishap we need to have a plan. In this Short Strike we go over just a few of the safety measures we take, and our thought process…
 
In this fine episode: We explore- High Strangeness in the Sea, no Five Star Rating for Nessie, and are we trying to trigger the Underground Aliens? Welcome to the CreepGeeks Podcast Season 5 Episode 224! In this Episode- Are Giant Monsters coming; or an Inner Earth Alien battle? You decide. Today's podcast is brought to you by audible - get a FREE …
 
There’s a growing refusal by some to acknowledge the ongoing global extinction crisis being driven by human actions, conservation scientists say. These views are pushed by many of the same people who also downplay the impacts of climate change, and go against the actual evidence of widespread species population declines and recent extinctions. List…
 
In this Short Strike we go over what you can expect to see as the season winds down. The bait, the gear, the trends. As with everything in life, everything is fluid and so is the fishing. Weather will play a factor, the presence of bait, and location will play a factor as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Environmental journalist Cynthia Barnett joins this episode to discuss her fascinating new book, "The Sound of the Sea: Seashells and the Fate of the Oceans," about the many ways humans have prized seashells for millennia, using them as money, jewelry, and art, plus how seashells help us examine the challenges marine environments are facing today. …
 
In this fine episode: We explore- On the Trail of UFOs Dark Sky, Lost Artifacts, and ...upcoming events? Welcome to the CreepGeeks Podcast Season 5 Episode 223! In this Episode- Today's podcast is brought to you by audible - get a FREE audiobook download and 30-day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/cheapgeek -Over 180,000 titles to choose f…
 
Top conservation photographer Ami Vitale rejoins the show to discuss the work of an Indigenous-owned elephant sanctuary in Kenya, where she has shot a wonderful, new, heart-melting film called Shaba. We discuss the Samburu people's inspiring and 'stubborn optimism' for the species, what they are acheiving at Reteti Sanctuary, and new things they're…
 
Welcome to the CreepGeeks Podcast Season 5 Episode 222! We’re back from our Break! In this Episode- Bigfoot Sightings, USO’s, Drone Warfare, and UFO Capital? Today's podcast is brought to you by audible - get a FREE audiobook download and 30-day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/cheapgeek -Over 180,000 titles to choose from for your iPhone,…
 
Indonesia recently announced exciting news, the sighting of two Javan rhino calves in Ujung Kulon National Park, the last place on Earth where the critically endangered species is found. The new additions bring the estimated population of the species to 73; conservationists have recorded at least one new calf a year joining the population since 201…
 
Often called a panacea, 'tree planting' is a hot topic but it can fail when too little thought goes into it, so the guests on this episode reframe the practice, saying that 'tree growing' ought to be the focus of reforestation programs. 'Right tree, right place, right community” is the approach taken by Trees for Climate Health that guest Erin Axel…
 
During the past year's pandemic and lockdowns, spending time outdoors has been soothing for many--whether found outside our homes, in parks, or via nature documentaries--and in some ways it was a meaningful reset. Both human health and conservation benefit when we spend time in nature, so today we're discussing reconnection for kids and adults: wha…
 
In this fine episode: We discuss the UFO report that isn't, tuna that isn't, stolen treasure, and Bigfoot weirdness. Welcome to the CreepGeeks Podcast Season 5 Episode 221! In this Episode- UFO Report Release, It’s not a Tuna, Bigfoot Today's podcast is brought to you by audible - get a FREE audiobook download and 30-day free trial at http://www.au…
 
Wildlife researchers often use motion-sensing cameras, also known as camera traps, to study animals in the wild. However, these are usually positioned at ground level, leaving a diverse world of animals unexamined: those that dwell in the trees above. Camera traps set in trees in Rwanda’s Nyungwe National Park captured 35 different mammal species o…
 
In this fine episode: We explore Haint Blue, UFO Tracking, Mermaids and Birthdays! Welcome to the CreepGeeks Podcast Season 5 Episode 220! In this Episode- Haint Blue, UFO Tracking, Mermaids and Birthdays!. Today's podcast is brought to you by audible - get a FREE audiobook download and 30-day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/cheapgeek -Ov…
 
“This is an incredibly exciting time to be part of the field of bioacoustics,” our guest on this episode says, and she's right: if you care about wildlife conservation, or really like technology and interesting solutions to big challenges, this episode is for you. Laurel Symes is assistant director of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's bioacoustics l…
 
In this fine episode: We explore Feral Humans and the idea that they are related to Missing 411 Incidents, the nation's cave systems, and Bigfoot. Also, the UFO disclosure that isnt. Welcome to the CreepGeeks Podcast Season 5 Episode 219! In this Episode- Feral Humans, Missing 411 and UAP’s yes, UFO’s No. Today's podcast is brought to you by audibl…
 
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