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Hooked in New England

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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.
 
Join George Scocca as he talks everything fishing in New York waters. George launched one of the first sportfishing sites ever in 1995 - noreast.com - and he can now be found at his new fishing home - www.nyangler.comListen to George as he addresses the many issues facing recreational anglers in New York from Montauk to The Hudson River. He has been fishing these waters along with the fine freshwater fishing that can be found in downstate New York for over 40-years.
 
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Fish of the Week!

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Fish of the Week!

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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Join avid anglers Katrina and Guy as they take you on a week-by-week tour of the amazing fish who call the waters of Alaska and beyond home. They and their guests will walk you through what makes each species unique and special, how each one lives and feeds, and even how to catch, clean, and cook them. A proud production of the Alaska office of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, this is your audio angling almanac and guide to All the Fish!
 
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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…
 
Today we have Dr. Lynn Sneddon of the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, she is a leading researcher of animal welfare and is particularly interested in aquatic animals. She asks questions like “do fish experience pain?”, how can we minimise the suffering of fish when we catch them and overall promote a better and more humane fishing industry. We …
 
Simone Cook is a long time falconer, has served as director and coordinator for many falconry associations across North America. She holds a degree in biology and is an expert at raising, caring for, training and hunting with birds of prey! Join us as we learn all about hunting with birds of prey, what it takes to care for and keep them and how you…
 
Siilvik, the Iñupiaq name for Selawik, means "place of sheefish." Learn more about this amazing place and Alaska's largest whitefish. Katrina and Guy are joined by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service fish biologists Ray Hander and Bill Carter to talk about the fall spawning migration, collaborative fish science and permafrost thaw slumps. (episode 6 fea…
 
Contact Me. Support APOPO Today’s episode is with Dr Cindy Fast. She works with the non profit APOPO in training their HeroRATS: rats that are able to detect hidden landmines from old wars as well as to smell and detect Tuberculosis! She and APOPO are based in Tanzania but send out their highly trained rats to countries with many lost and unexplode…
 
OctoNation is the world’s largest octopus fan club, started in 2015 by Warren Carlyle. As a kid growing up, there were very few resources and little information available about the octopus, he set out to change that and started what has become the world’s largest octopus fanclub! Join us for this episode and get a small taste of the truly amazing w…
 
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 …
 
Katrina and Guy talk with Jill Wick from the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish and Trevor Luna from the Mora National Fish Hatchery about Gila Trout, a fish described as taking its colors "from the New Mexico sunset." We cover a variety of topics from how the fire/monsoon season impacts these fish to recovery efforts and the range of fishing e…
 
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…
 
Did you know Pacific Halibut have individually unique patterns on the underside of their tails, much like our fingerprints? Or that their eyes migrate to the top side of their head as they grow? Katrina and Guy talk with Claude Dykstra (a research biologist with the International Pacific Halibut Commission) about this beautiful, interesting, and ta…
 
Today we are joined by Isaac “Shrek” Daly of the Noob Spearo Podcast and we talk about spearfishing, wild animals, dealing with sharks and how spearos play an important role in conservation. Check out his podcast at Noob Spero Podcast and Instagram Email me: allthingswildpodcast@gmail.com Find me: All Things Wild Podcast Instagram and Facebook ● 00…
 
With the intention of talking about honey badgers, I reached out to Brian Jones who is the founder of the Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in South Africa. His wildlife center is home to the viral sensation Stoffel the honey badger, who gain notoriety for his tenacity and cleverness in multiple documentaries that have been widely disrupted…
 
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…
 
In this episode, Scott Schneider and Matt Stone of Black Hall Outfitters and Old Town talk targeting big bass from the kayak, the Connecticut fishing scene, and each gives their top three lures for targeting bass throughout the year. We also talk about our Old Town rigs, how to outfit your kayaks for maximum safety […]…
 
Aurore Maureaud is a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University. She is currently studying marine life and the complexity of ecosystems, before this she studied fisheries management in France and completed her Ph.D. in Denmark at the Centre for Ocean Life, DTU Aqua (National Institute for Aquatic…
 
Captain David Hochman is a competitive freediver and has competed in spearfishing competitions since 1996. In 2003, he and his Three-Man team won the United States National Spear Fishing Championship beating 130 of the top competitors in the US. He has captained boats in the Block Island sound for 26 years and has 31 years of boat handling and spea…
 
Henry Bandure is a world renown professional wildlife guide who operates canoe and walking safaris in Mana Pools Nation Park in Zimbabwe. He was David Attenborough’s personal guide for the shooting of the Dynasty series episode on painted wolves (also known as African wild dogs). In today’s episode we talk about the filming of this episode, his app…
 
Alaska's Bristol Bay wild sockeye salmon fishery is world-renowned. Katrina and Guy talk with retired commercial fisherman/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Native Liaison Orville Lind. Orville, who hails from Chignik, Alaska, gives insight into fishing and the cultural importance of Bristol Bay sockeyes. Dr. Daniel Schindler from the University of Wa…
 
Tom is a writer whose work has been featured in Scientific American, Sierra Club, The Awl, Gothamist, Business Insider, Atlas Obscura, and Untapped New York. His book Wild City is an illustrated guide to 40 of the most well-known, surprising, notorious, mythical, and sublime non-human citizens of New York City, and love letter to its surprising eco…
 
Katrina and Guy have a conversation about Signal Crayfish - a species of crawdad that has made itself at home after being introduced to Alaska's Kodiak Island. Guests include Matt van Daele (Tribal Biologist at Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak), Jeff Woods (a crayfish fisherman and police officer), and Tammy Davis (Invasive Species Program Coordinator at the…
 
Katrina and Guy talk about wild Atlantic Salmon with guests Dan McCaw from the Penobscot Indian Nation and Rory Saunders from NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service. Atlantic Salmon have seen a lot of changes over recent centuries, but there are efforts underway to restore their habitats and the amazing community of native sea-run fishes to which t…
 
Part 2 of my conversation with Geri Vistein. We speak more about the persecution of Coyote's and the efforts in Maine to provide a legislative response. Geri Vistein is a Conservation Biologist whose focus is on carnivores and their vital role in maintaining the biodiversity of our planet. Her work centers on educating her community in Maine about …
 
Geri Vistein is a Conservation Biologist whose focus is on carnivores and their vital role in maintaining the biodiversity of our planet. Her work centers on educating her community in Maine about carnivores, their ecology, complex cultures and history, and how we can coexist with them. She is the Founder of Coyote Center for Carnivore Ecology and …
 
We're joined by guest Andy Stevens from our Anchorage, Alaska field office, who's a recent transplant and pike fishing enthusiast from the Midwest US. We'll give you the scoop on fishing for Northern Pike during that transition time when ice is giving way to open water, including three main factors to consider: temperature, weeds, and bait size. Ha…
 
In this episode, we chat with John Bianco of Northern Tides Fly Fishing about his three Cheeky Schoolie Tournament wins. John gives us the insight on picking the right structure to catch more stripers from shore. We also talk about targeting stripers from the boat on the flats around the Cape.By billmitchell19
 
Our fish of the week is the Chinook Salmon, and very specifically Kenai River Kings. 36 years ago Les Anderson of Soldotna, Alaska landed the all-tackle world record Chinook that topped the scales at nearly 100lbs. Our guests this week are Andy Loranger, the Refuge Manager at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, and Jim Boersma, a Fisheries Biologist wi…
 
Alex Schnell is the researcher behind the experiment that proved cuttlefish can “pass” the marshmallow test (a test originally designed to test delayed gratification in humans), that has been circulating the internet in recent weeks. Alex is a comparative psychologist and a behavioral ecologist with a background in marine biology. Her research inte…
 
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