Cooking snapper on the Half Shell 1. one stick butter 2. one large onion, chopped 3. two cups Italian salad dressing 4. one tsp. garlic powder 5. three tsp. worchestershire 6. one tsp. Tabasco or Tiger Sauce
While my kids were growing up, we had a canal in our backyard and would play the Ring Game. As a fisherman, this is a great activity to reinforce my kids’ interest in fishing, but also I get to share one of my favorite hobbies with them. Though we had a canal, this game can be played in a pool, lake, or anywhere with water access. The Ring Game not only teaches kids how to cast their line, but is also a way to progress their skills, so they’re able to start catching fish on the flats.
Capt. Robert “RT” Trosset is a light-tackle fishing guide based out of Key West, Florida. Born and raised in East Central Florida and moving to Key West in 1974, Trosset quickly found a following among hardcore light-tackle anglers in the Miami Beach Rod and Reel Club, as well as serious world record chasers. To date, he’s led anglers to 238 IGFA records on light-tackle and fly. RT was the first guide to lead anglers to over 100 records, and has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Gamefish Association (IGFA).
I had the honor of recording this podcast in Bozeman, Montana with my son, Turner Rowland, and his roommate, Brendan Smith. Turner and Brendan both moved to Bozeman after graduating High School in pursuit of their love for hunting and fishing.
Recently, Turner just finished his first season as an elk hunting guide. For training, Turner started in September this year, and over the course of a month, spent two weeks bow hunting, and then two weeks of rifle hunting. Turner is out at camp base six days a week, and loves every minute of it. He developed an interest in hunting at an early age, and after seeing some elk videos in the mountains, Turner knew he wanted to be a guide.
When choosing a bonefish fly, it is important to keep in mind the shape, size, and sink rates. Depending where you are fishing, you will need to have a heavier or lighter weight bonefish fly. For instance, if you are fishing in shallow water, you don’t want to throw a heavier weight bonefish fly in, as it will scare the fish away. Instead, you will want to have a lighter fly that will sink towards the bottom without having a strong, heavy impact.
After meeting through Instagram, Will Taylor and I have had a lot of fun together. As a Blue Ridge native and a professional fly-fishing guide, Will guides mostly in the Northern Georgia area for giant trout. When Will isn’t a guide or out fishing, he loves being with his 16-month old daughter and watching her grow.
Gregor Gillespie is a former Division 1 National Champion wrestler, 4x All American and 2x High School State Champion. He has made the transition to the UFC and sits 12-0 currently. As a fan of wrestling, I am always for the wrestler in the Octagon. Gregor caught my attention with his wrestling pedigree but in his post fight interview I heard him say…what????
I have five survival tips when traveling out of the country. While the main focus of the trip might be getting a good catch out on the water, being concerned and cautious of your health should be a top priority.
I am not a podcast expert by any means, however I was able to get mine off the ground and have maintained it for 57 episodes so far. I learned how to do a podcast the hard way like most other things in my life. So, when I received multiple questions asking how I started or what equipment I use, I thought I would address this on the How2Tuesday episode.
After two full How 2 Tuesday episodes featuring Graham Tayloe, I had the pleasure of sitting down with him for this full length podcast. If you ever get to hunt with Graham or even spend a little time with him, you will see how incredibly passionate he is about what he does. He is one of my favorite people all around and I love to go hunting and fishing with him as well.
I’m sure you will enjoy this podcast as much as I enjoyed sitting down with Graham and talking about his plethora of knowledge about the outdoors.
Why would you even want to keep the shrimp alive overnight? Well if you head out earlier than the bait shop is open, or if you have some left over from the previous day, then you will want live bait for tarpon or bonefish, etc…
I got to sit down with the hosts of Into The Blue television, Scott Walker and Steve Rodger. We spend a good bit of time together but after 12 hour fishing days, the last thing anyone wants to do is sit down and talk some more. We finally found a good time got it done.
We also got to have Jake Perry, who does our underwater filming, sit down with us and tell us about a swordfish that attacked him. If you know anything about swordfish, you know that they are no joke and Jake was very fortunate to come out of that situation unscathed.
We also heard about the origin stories of Into The Blue and how their fishing careers started as well as talking Hurricanes, Resilience, and the art of keeping and open mind and being open to learn from any source.
Advantages of the Blood Knot: it is strong, compact, and works with dissimilar diameters. However, the disadvantages are that the tag ends at a right angle. If not trimmed close, it can catch on the rod guides.
This week I revisited a popular podcast I did, “How to Stay in Shape on the Road”. Although last time I spoke strictly about the Deck of Cards workout, this week I am going to give you insight to even more options to have while on the road. We have three different workouts you can do: Jelly Legs, 3 miles and 300 pushups, and then Parking Lot.
If you are on the UFC FIGHT PASS you need to check out the mini-documentary about Matt Hughes in the “25 Years In Short” series. The story describes the UFC Hall of Famer comeback from a nearly fatal accident in 2017. Certainly is worth a watch.
I have wanted to have Matt on the podcast and on the fishing show for a long time. His first fight in the UFC was in 1999, and he is my favorite fighter of all time. Matt defended his title 9 times.
After last weeks How 2 Tuesday, Graham follows up on how to think and talk like a turkey in order to make the turkey come to you.
If you haven't listened to last week, give that one a listen you can listen here (Turkey Strategy) . Here we have some tips on how to get that turkey to come to you, this one is interesting and educational. Graham thinks like a turkey and definitely sounds like a turkey.
I got the chance to sit down with Graham Tayloe for a full podcast and it was incredible to talk to him and hear his stories. We had such a good time together that I split up our conversation to include a How 2 Tuesday session.
In this podcast Graham talks about the difference between how to kill a turkey if you have to versus killing a turkey with your buddy. Here are some quick bullet points about the differences:
I was featured on the April Vokey Podcast “Anchored” that was released October 10, 2018. I had the opportunity to feature April on my podcast and it was a joy to sit down with her again.
April did a phenomenal job of asking questions that I have never heard before or had to answer before. She really made me think and it was awesome to have just organic conversation. I highly recommend you listen to her podcast, and not just featuring me, but all of her podcasts. They are great and she does amazing work.
Glenn not only plays the drums like a professional, but he also has followed his passion to create a new software mapping product called Florida Marine Tracks. Having experienced the difficulty of navigating the Lower Florida Keys, which I know very well, Glenn began to record his tracks on his GPS and start to envision a product that would allow anyone to safely navigate the difficult areas like the backcountry between Key West and Big Pine.
I am thrilled about the new release of The Dichotomy Of Leadership after the previous book Extreme Ownership. Available on Amazon as a book, Kindle, Audiobook and CD, just simply click on the image of the book to purchase. The book was released September 25, 2018 by the authors of Extreme Ownership (available below for purchase).
Brad McLeod is a former Navy SEAL who runs SealgrinderPT. Through his online platform, Brad is able to help athletes of all levels achieve their goals, whether completing BUDs and becoming an active duty Navy SEAL, or completing their first 5k.
Chad Conely is currently a trout entrepreneur and business owner. Overcoming poverty, Chad was able to join the Marines, receive a college degree, and design a life that he wants. Chad now owns a very successful company and is able to fish as many days as he wants.
Hunt Jennings is a professional Kayaker who is also working his way through Nursing School. His kayak life started early as a few teachers taught him a few things and gave him opportunities to learn. This was a springboard to spending a semester at a kayak school in lieu of traditional high
Bill Dance, one of the world’s most famous fishermen, always planned to be a doctor like his father, grandfather and three other generations of Dances. Then, driving home one night while enrolled in medical school in Memphis, Tenn., in the early 1960s, he came upon a horrific motorcycle crash. The grisly encounter changed his life.
The legend of Bouncer Smith emanates from South Florida but travels the entire world. To top any of his fishing achievements is his personality. A master story teller, Bouncer is captivating and interesting. It is no wonder why he has maintained a clientele who love and revere him.