Since as long as I can remember I have always been obsessed with fishing. Catching fish is just part of it. To me its more about learning new things, seeing new places, and meeting new people. It was for these reasons that I started The Fishing Podcast. My life goal is simple. I want to go as many places, catch as many fish, and meet as many people as possible all while helping others do the same!
In this Podcast Series I hope to cover as many types of fishing as possible. From saltwater deep sea fishing, to ice fishing in the far north, I want to see it all! While there is an abundance of great podcast out there, few cover the variety that I am searching for. If you are like me, no one kind of fishing will quench your thirst.
Another area I am extremely passionate about is conservation, and protecting the natural world for generations to come. I look up to those such as Theodore Roosevelt, John Muir, and Aldo Leopold. I am currently a member of many Conservation organizations such as Trout Unlimited, Quality Deer Management, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, and sit on the board for the Michigan Chapter of Back Country Hunters and Anglers. I also co-founded a company with my cousin Dustin called Lifestyle Lost which raises money and awareness for conservation.
I hope you will come along with me on this journey, and help me to make this the greatest fishing podcast out there!
S2 Ep. 14: Turtlin
I know turtles aren't fish, but this one sounded to fun to pass up! If you don't follow Johnny and David Cammenga, on their Instagram, or YouTube, you are missing out These guys are always up to something crazy, and today its catching turtles by hand underwater. Not just any turtle, HUGE snappers! Check it out!
S2 Ep. 13: Mark Tonello Fisheries Biologist
Mark Tonello joins me this week to talk about his love for fishing that grew into a dream job as a fisheries biologist here in the state of Michigan. It was a fun chat discussing different aspects of his role with the DNR and talking about all kinds of differnt fish and fisheries. We discuss everything from egg takes for walleye to where to find big browns!
S2 Ep. 12: Trout Bumming
This week I decided to do a bit of an experiment and did a solo episode. Something I was a little nervous to do honestly, because I don't consider myself an expert. However, I had some pretty fantastic experiences over a 5 day period of fishing, and I wanted to share what I learned. So this episode is a combination of observations made by me and my friends over these 5 days. I learned something everyday I felt like, and I hope that this might be interesting for all of you.
S2 Ep. 11: River Smallmouth with John Gouker
The weather is warming up, and with that so should the smallmouth bite! Today we have John Gouker on podcast with us, and we talk in depth about his tactics for river smallmouth fishing. John also educates us on smallmouth migration patterns and when and where to find these incredible fish. Known as one of the strongest pound for pound fighters, smallmouth truly are incredible game fish!
S2 Ep. 10: Trout, Steelhead, and Salmon with John McMillan
This week John McMillan is back! One of my favorite guest from last season. We talk about his most resent steelhead season, dam removal, hatcheries affect on wild fish, and all kinds of other interesting info. John has been studying trout and salmon species for many years and has a tremendous amount of knowledge!
S2 Ep. 9: Reading Water with Brian Barney
This week Brian joins me from Eastman's Flycast, and we try to break down what reading water means. Its something that you hear about a lot, but don't hear many in depth conversations on. So we try to break down what we are looking for in rivers, where to find fish, and how to fish certain types of river features. Brian lives in Montana, but is from the West coast. So it was really interesting to compare and contrast our experiences.
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Landon does a good job and keeping the conversation going as well as asking engaging questions to help the conversation. Even though he is based out of Michigan he tries to bring people and perspectives from other parts of the country as well as different types of fishing into the podcast. Great podcast to listen to!
I stumbled onto this podcast while trying to research and learn more about fly fishing. I’ve been a long time avid angler and this podcast is motivating and has great insight on transitioning to fly fishing. Keep it up!
Enjoyable podcast to listen to with great information and tips on multiple species and types of fishing