Chip Leer's Wildside Podcast is more than just fishing. This new journey encompasses the life of the outdoors. Chip first gained notoriety as a savvy fishing guide in Minnesota’s north woods. Chip is now sharing his unique connection to the outdoors and life lessons learned fishing, hunting, trail running, camping, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, biking with new generations of outdoor enthusiasts through Chip Leer’s Wildside Podcast.
The conversations are real, the stories are memorable, and most of all, entertaining. Stay tuned for the next journey and story on the next episode of "Chip Leer's Wildside Podcast".
25: Troy Lindner, Wandering Fisherman, talks travel and fishing the globe
Troy is an adventurous angler who shares his excursions on social media. A lifetime of travel when he’s not hosting TV with his family’s media company, Lindner Media. Troy’s adventures include captivating stories from the United States, Canada, Japan, Switzerland, Austria, Italy and throughout the Orient. Troy shares his hard-learned tips to simply fishing and capitalize on every opportunity no matter where life’s travels take you. He voices his personal perspectives on easing access to fisheries while protecting resources world-wide.
24: Capt. Ross Robertson provides direction for a career in the sport fishing industry
A career in the fishing industry requires many hats and Capt. Ross discusses how to stay viable in this competitive industry. Over his career he has guided anglers on open water and ice, sold boats, hosted TV programs, written for magazines and newspapers, hosted radio, written book and now is a podcaster.
23: Col. Scott St. Sauver, American Heroes Outdoors TV Host
After multiple deployments in the middle east and a decorated military career, his final assignment prior to retirement for Col. St. Sauver was Post Commander of Camp Ripley in Minnesota. It was here his ideas for bringing veterans together to share outdoor experiences hunting and fishing were developed and his life’s mission of helping veterans help each-other is realized. Today the retired Colonel is co-host of American Hero’s TV and he works tirelessly with countless numbers of military support organizations impacting thousands of military around the world. His story is the story of heroes.
22: Dick Beardsley, Marathon Champion & Outdoorsman talks running, addiction, fishing & suicide.
Conversation with a world-class marathon champion who’s life tracks thru farm accidents, drug addiction and suicide of his son. An inspiring story of how Dick has faced emotional adversity and somehow exudes positivity every day.
21: 2020 NWT Recap w/John Balla & Statistical Lessons Learned
Pro Angler John Balla breaks down the National Walleye Tour’s season per event and unveils alarming statistical averages that potentially change tournament strategy in the future. As a tournament angler the info is a key to success, as a fan of tournaments, you may never view them the same.
20: Korey Sprengel, Talks About his 2020 NWT Angler of the Year Win
Despite being one of the youngest pro-anglers on the National Walleye Tour, Korey Sprengel is the winningest pro-angler in National Walleye Tour with 5 wins and now 2020 Angler of the Year title. Korey talks about the mental mind-set necessary to have become the most consistent pro over the last 8 years. In depth discussion how he prepares for events, learns new water and finds winning fish on tournament days.
If you love to fish and want to learn how to be a better angler, this is for you!
Personal and how-to insight into the world of of some of our fishing heros.
Great Show To Listen To!
Chip’s take on his new outdoors podcast is unique, it was fun to listen to the stories, discussion, and of course fishing and outdoor activities! Highly recommend giving this show a listen!