57 episodes

A week-by-week tour of all the fish and the waters they call home. Fish enthusiasts Katrina Liebich and Guy Eroh are joined by guests from all walks of life including other fish nerds, Indigenous community leaders and members, scientists, artists, and a rich array of individuals helping to elevate our understanding and love as people and professionals of all the fish. Through easy conversations and humor, listeners learn fascinating facts about fish, and also how to catch and even eat some of them.

Fish of the Week‪!‬ U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

    • Sports
    • 4.9 • 30 Ratings

A week-by-week tour of all the fish and the waters they call home. Fish enthusiasts Katrina Liebich and Guy Eroh are joined by guests from all walks of life including other fish nerds, Indigenous community leaders and members, scientists, artists, and a rich array of individuals helping to elevate our understanding and love as people and professionals of all the fish. Through easy conversations and humor, listeners learn fascinating facts about fish, and also how to catch and even eat some of them.

    Scalyhead Sculpin feat. Thaddaeus Buser

    Scalyhead Sculpin feat. Thaddaeus Buser

    Big personality in a small, pokey, camouflaged package! Dive into a conversation about one of the most accessible and dominant intertidal groups of fishes, sculpins, and one member in particular: the scalyhead. Katrina and Guy are joined by guest Dr. Thaddaeus Buser, a diver, researcher, and sculpin enthusiast/3D skull reconstructionist.

    • 24 min
    Sea Lamprey feat. Stephen Coghlan & Marc Gaden

    Sea Lamprey feat. Stephen Coghlan & Marc Gaden

    A conversation about the duality of Sea Lamprey, a prehistoric fish with a complicated reputation across its natural and introduced range. Katrina and Guy are joined by guests Stephen Coghlan (University of Maine) and Marc Gaden (Great Lakes Fishery Commission) to tackle this nuanced topic through the lens of science and history. 

    • 29 min
    Pirate Perch

    Pirate Perch

    What's a pirate’s favorite letter? You might think it’d be R but ’tis the C they love! On this episode, Katrina and Guy discuss the Pirate Perch. They arrr a mysterious, anatomically unique, chemically camouflaged freshwater fish found along the east coast of the United States and the backwater areas of the Mississippi Valley. 

    • 15 min
    Behind the Scenes: Back Cast, Fish Forward!

    Behind the Scenes: Back Cast, Fish Forward!

    Katrina, Guy and friends share favorite moments from Season 1 and offer a sneak peek into Season 2. Go behind the scenes and learn how the co-hosts and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service production partner Citizen Racecar turn fun, in-depth conversations with guests into digestible stories about ALL THE FISH. 

    • 57 min
    Holiday Darters feat. Dr. Brett Albanese

    Holiday Darters feat. Dr. Brett Albanese

    Katrina, Guy, and special guest Dr. Brett Albanese from Georgia DNR's Freshwater Biodiversity Program take a deep dive into the life of a particularly festive fish: the holiday darter. Considered "the warblers of the fish world" by some, these tiny, dazzling fishes make southeastern U.S. streams merry and bright.   

     

    • 18 min
    Chum Salmon feat. Jesse Morin & Michelle George

    Chum Salmon feat. Jesse Morin & Michelle George

    This episode takes a special angle on Chum Salmon. Jesse Morin and Michelle George from the Tsleil-Waututh Nation join Katrina and Guy to talk about an early form of fisheries management by pre-contact Indigenous peoples. 

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

Big Mama Sance ,

Fishaliscious

I’m hooked! Love this show - listen every week! I just heard the Sea Lamprey show and am wondering how I can purchase Sea Lamprey from the Great Lakes to do my part with Lamprey pie?! Are they sold anywhere?

としお08 ,

Well done USFWS!

Awesome pod — can’t believe how much I learned in 20 minutes!

Henri Moone ,

The Click and Clack of “All the fish”

I love this podcast. In some ways it reminds me of the classic NPR program Car Talk. Tom and Ray were entertaining to listen to, but they also educated their listeners. Katrina and Guy, along with their guests, provide a folksy fun to listen to podcast. But they also deliver some extremely in-depth knowledge of Alaska fishes. They also balance the ethos of conservation with recommended ways to prepare and cook some species of fish. Brought to you by “Dewey,Cheatam and How” and “ Master Bait and Tackle”

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