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MAPP Show 118 for Club Members / Update 825.1 Listen to a Brief Update to hear why there is no regular show this week. Presenting MAPP Show #118: If you're a PodCacher Club Member, check your email (or the ClubHouse) for the link to the audio file, show notes, and exclusive photos. This is our […] The post Show 825.1 / MAPP Show 118 appeared first on PodCacher: Geocaching Goodness.
Long Shot Leaders with Michael Stein
Chad Pipkens is a professional bass tournament and Bassmaster Elite Series Angler from Dewitt, Michigan (formerly Lansing and Holt). Check out Chad's Angler Profile for some of the history about his fishing accomplishments, personal information, favorite place to fish, what he considers his strong suit in fishing, and more. Chad competed for his first season in 2013 on the Bassmaster Elite Series thanks to his 2012 Bassmaster Northern Opens Points Championship! Pip will compete in his 10th Elite Series season in 2022, and has qualified for the 2022 Bassmaster Classic – his fifth appearance! Chad also runs an interior/exterior painting business in the Greater Lansing, Michigan area – Full Color Painting LLC.
Real Fish Talk by Aquarium Co-Op
Streamed live on YouTube 03.22.2023 At Aquarium Co-Op, we focus on your aquariums. We specialize in freshwater tropical fish, aquatic plants, and the overall betterment of the freshwater fish keeping hobby. Our goal is to help you with your first pet fish and graduate you to an advanced aquarium hobbyist. If you'd like to take it to the next level, subscribe to Aquarium Co-Op and check out our weekly videos. Cory McElroy is employed by Aquarium Co-Op LLC. He also owns Aquarium Co-Op LLC. Therefore, all content is sponsored by Aquarium Co-Op. #Aquariumcoop #Aquariumfish #Fishtank
This week we talking to Layla Wright straight from Mississippi we talk all things Archery from target to hunting hope you guys enjoy -Make Every Shot Count-
You'll be rolling on the floor listening to these 5 hockey guys as they share the trials and tribulations of building and maintaining an outdoor hockey rink in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. All former hockey players from the US and Canada, including Erik Raygor, Mike Collins, John Sleep, Ryan Flaig and Troy Berg.Kelly Heating and Electric Proudly making you comfortable since 1997!Computer Recovery Associates CRA specializes in removing, monetizing and recycling computer hardware from large data centersDooley's Pub The place to go for a traditional Irish pub experience with quality food good prices and beveragesChippewa Valley Ortho and Sport Medicine Dedicated and committed to the health care needs of patients in Western Wisconsin since 1954. @TheBOSPodwww.thebreakoutsessions.com
In Season 6, Episode 4 of the Growth, Thrive, Inspire podcast, Stacy Pyrtle and Amy Hernandez from Magic Dragon Trails discuss their efforts to bring biking and hiking trails to the Lake of the Ozarks area. They explain how Magic Dragon Trails is not only creating new recreational opportunities but also serving as an economic driver for the Lake of the Ozarks. Help Magic Dragon Trails turn their Dreams to Reality with Multi-use trail systems that have proven over and over to draw tourism and serve as boom to local economies. Lake of the Ozarks is perfectly suited for a family-friendly, multi-use trail system that will draw locals and out-of-towners year round! You can learn more about Magic Dragon Trails on Facebook @magicdragontrails or magicdragontrails.com This episode is sponsored by Michael Lasson & Michelle Lasson, First State Bank Mortgage, Equal Housing Lender, at www.YourLakeLoan.com. You can listen to the podcast on Key Radio 89.3 FM, YouTube, Spotify, Facebook, and Apple Podcasts, or the website www.growthriveinspirepodcast.com.
Since the first of the year Heath has been able to do a little traveling. Along the way he has been blessed meeting great people. Heath met fellow podcaster Pete Rogers in Las Vegas at the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) SHOT Show. Pete is a Minister, writer, podcast host of the Christian Outdoor Podcast, and photographer. Pete has published over 1,000 articles and 4,000 photographs in his career. He is also the author of 6 books, including his most recent work; Do You Enjoy God? 12 Steps to Enjoying God Every Day. Pete is a Keynote speaker for colleges and universities, corporate events, conferences, and civic groups. Heath and Pete talk about the commonalities in the hunting world. No matter what species you pursue, we are in it together. They share some experiences and stories. You might be surprised about the other things Heath spends time outdoors doing. They touch on how to deal with conflict with others while afield. Pete explains how the outdoors and enjoying God everyday is how he lives. This is a great conversation about everything outdoors. Come and join us on our Journey. http://www.christianoutdoors.orghttp://www.christianoutdoors.org/episode-166-february-6-2023-the-houdsmanxp-with-heath-hyattwww.houndsmanxp.comCheck out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content!SPONSORS:Cajun LightsGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Since the first of the year Heath has been able to do a little traveling. Along the way he has been blessed meeting great people. Heath met fellow podcaster Pete Rogers in Las Vegas at the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) SHOT Show. Pete is a Minister, writer, podcast host of the Christian Outdoor Podcast, and photographer. Pete has published over 1,000 articles and 4,000 photographs in his career. He is also the author of 6 books, including his most recent work; Do You Enjoy God? 12 Steps to Enjoying God Every Day. Pete is a Keynote speaker for colleges and universities, corporate events, conferences, and civic groups. Heath and Pete talk about the commonalities in the hunting world. No matter what species you pursue, we are in it together. They share some experiences and stories. You might be surprised about the other things Heath spends time outdoors doing. They touch on how to deal with conflict with others while afield. Pete explains how the outdoors and enjoying God everyday is how he lives. This is a great conversation about everything outdoors. Come and join us on our Journey. http://www.christianoutdoors.org http://www.christianoutdoors.org/episode-166-february-6-2023-the-houdsmanxp-with-heath-hyatt www.houndsmanxp.com Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! SPONSORS: Cajun Lights Go Wild Old South Dog Boxes Joy Dog Food Briar Creek Kennel dogsRtreed Freedom Hunters Rough Cut Company Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode of the Buck Junkie Podcast, the guys talk all about turkey hunting and equipment, but first, Jamie is out with the shingles (00:10). Malcom talks about MeatEater's Podcast about poison ivy from squirrel hunting (02:38). Mark recaps a little more on his experience at the Ultimate Sports Show Grand Rapids (03:54). Using elevated stands might be ILLEGAL when turkey hunting… (04:34). Mikey & Malcom's experienced an interesting opening morning for turkey season… (07:56). Don't miss your chance at shooting turkeys (22:19)! Lots of sheds on Cypress (27:44). Mark is playing search and found with sheds on his property (30:08). The guys talk about their effects on changing environmental behavior among deer (31:18). After a year of hack and squirting, what did it do for the Cypress property (34:33)? This turkey vest (Mr. Fox Vest) sold for $31000 (37:23)! What do the Buck Junkies carry in their turkey vest (47:13)? The importance of shell patterns and design when hunting (52:40). Learning how to make different turkey calls is valuable (55:23). Why do we trap raccoons (1:01:10)? LaCross Mossy Oak boots are great (1:06:43)! What is the difference between using pork fat versus beef fat (1:08:50)? Check out our socials, recipes, and merch (1:09:54)!
Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Big week for the guys, especially Paul who got his first crack at an Osceola turkey down in the Sunshine State. Congrats to Paul for bringing home the birds from down south! Andrew got to try out his hog/coyote gun on a ground hog. Pretty cool stuff coming from Xvision and Midwest Gun works! Check out the video on Gowild. Paul takes the time to talk with a couple guys from the Ohio Vets outdoors group. These guys do a lot to help veterans across the state get out into the outdoors and experience mother nature for all it's glory. Make sure you guys check out our friends at GoWild, Midwest Gun Works, XVision optics, Half Rack, and First lite! Have a great week and enjoy the O2 if you get out into Ohio's great Outdoors! Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! www.theo2podcast.com GoWild Profile First Lite MidWest Gun Works HalfRack Instagram: @the.o2.podcast Twitter: @Ohiohunt Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week I'm joined by Annie Waltz-Kubicka. We get straight to chatting about her multi-gnerational entrance to fishing, her steelhead awakening, becoming a private chef, culinary gardens, forming friendships with clientele, Montana, sourdough and sorcery, family, and........yuck, nymphing.
Tackling big challenges outside offers plenty of opportunities to learn big lessons. But this one? This takeaway is something I am going to be able to leverage for every outdoor experience. It all started with some insight from a Humans Outside podcast guest and became crystal clear during a recent big adventure on a very windy mountain run. So what's the lesson and how can it help you? Listen now. Connect with this episode: Visit Sarah Histand's website Hear more about being nice to your nervous system in this Humans Outside episode Join the Humans Outside Challenge Follow Humans Outside on Instagram Follow Humans Outside on Facebook Some of the good stuff: [:58] What is the most important thing I've learned? [1:05] Woooooo, nervous system [1:20] Sarah Histand, master of this topic, so check her out [1:45] The secret power of your nervous system [2:00] All the ways you might hear your nervous system talking [2:40] Training your nervous system [3:00] The fun words: titration and pendulation [3:30] How this lesson helped me. [3:50] The most important part of this lesson [4:20] A reason example of this particular learning [4:30] All about the Crazy Lazy Mountain Race and exactly how crazy it was [6:12] The moment my nervous system left the party [6:45] Why this understanding matters [7:25] How this might apply to you even if you're not on Lazy Mountain in big wind
lWhether we like to admit it or not, the outdoor industry can sometimes feel like an exclusive club. If you didn't grow up camping, hiking, canoeing, or mountain biking, all of the gear, specialized clothing, and different types of footwear can feel cumbersome and overwhelming to say the least. Enter Lindsey Lindemulder and her team at Merrell, industry leaders in the outdoor footwear space, who are actively seeking ways to expand access to the outdoors so that everyone can enjoy the simple power of time spent in nature. As Merrel's Senior Director of Brand Marketing, Lindsey understands the importance of establishing a brand that feels approachable and inclusive, whether you're an experienced hiker or a total novice. In this episode, we talk about representation in the outdoor industry, Merrell's approach to sustainability and their 2025 goals, and answer the question, “when did self-care get so hard?”Show NotesMerrellInside MerrellReport: Inclusivity in the OutdoorsMerrell Launches Collaboration with Painter Jordan Ann Craig (PR Newswire)Sustainability at MerrellMerrell ReTread ProgramKey Words: Merrell, Merrell Footwear, Footwear, Outdoors, Outdoor Industry, Nature, Marketing, Biophilia, Biophilic, Sustainability, Sustainable Design, Recycling, Recycling Program, Inclusivity, Representation, Diversity, Self-Care, Wellness, Recreation
Amidst a stormy childhood and misleading diagnoses, Ryan DeLena discovered a true passion in skiing that utterly transformed his life. Ryan and his father worked together to write a book called “Without Restraint” documenting their story navigating the transformation of their relationship. Now, armed with an outdoor education, Ryan is carving out a unique space in the sport while making waves for the greater good. In this episode of Consequence of Habit, he joins JT to talk about how important it was for him to discover something positive in his life, and how critical it was to be supported by his parents. Plus, learn about the process of writing with his father. Ryan DeLena InstagramRobert DeLena InstagramBuy Without Restraint - - - - - - - - - - -Support Consequence of HabitSubscribe: Apple Podcast | SpotifyCheck us out: Instagram | Twitter | WebsiteThe show is Produced and Edited by Palm Tree Pod Co.
Today on episode 373 of the outdoor biz podcast I'm talking with Travel Creel founder and chef Joshua Schwartz. Joshua and his team love to fish! Their goal is to combine world-class fishing destinations with comfortable accommodations and outstanding dining experiences. Facebook Twitter Instagram The Outdoor Biz Podcast Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Sign up for my Newsletter HERE. I'd love to hear your feedback about the show! You can contact me here: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave me a message on Speakpipe! Presented to by: Show Notes How'd you get into cooking? So, my grandfather owned a French bistro, so I kind of grew up in a restaurant as a kid, and he passed away when I was pretty young, and didn't really know how to deal with his passing. Didn't really understand grief and everyone was really upset. My family, my mom, my dad, my sister were all upset and I didn't really know what to do cuz I wasn't feeling upset, but I didn't know how to deal with it. And my mom's like, you, everyone deals with grief differently, so you just need to choose what you wanna do and how you wanna deal with it. And I said, well, I'm just gonna be a chef like grandpa was. Oh, cool. And that was really kind of like, I set my sights on it and I never looked back. So tell us about your cooking career. You cooked at the French Laundry, Bouchon, and Per Se Yeah, so I started cooking at 14 professionally and worked my way through some of local restaurants and met a chef when I was in high school, who was an instructor at the New England Culinary Institute, and he worked for Thomas Keller at his original restaurant in New York called Rakel. He helped me get set up going to the New England Culinary Institute. Which, which is where I went to school in Vermont. And my first externship, from the way that school worked was you did six months at school, six months as an externship working in a professional kitchen. And then back to school for six months and then back out in the field for six more months. And then you graduated. So my first externship was in New York working for David Bouley at the original Bouley on Duane and Houston. And that was my introduction to fine dining. When did you have time to pick up fly fishing? When I was working at the French Laundry we started the project of Buchon and me and another chef friend Jeff Cerciello, we were going to be the sous chefs at Buchon. So we, we were helping with that project and everything was going really well, but it was kind of slow-moving, you know, building a restaurant out and starting it from the ground. , it was slow-moving. So we had, we had a lot of free time. I mean, not a lot, but more than normal. And he asked me if I wanted to go up and fish go fish with him up on Hat Creek. Which is, you know, a beautiful Spring Creek in Northern California. I had grown up fishing as a kid. My grandmother used to take me flounder fishing off the dock on Long Island as a kid. And, and then we moved to Pennsylvania when I was a little bit older and we had ponds in every corner. And I used to use my spin rod and catch bass left and right. And that was kind of like a normal summer routine for me. So I loved fishing. But I'd never fly fished before. And I caught my first fish on a dry fly and that was it. I mean, on the way home, I overdrew my bank account and bought a fly rod a fly. waiters and boots at the fly shop in Redding. I remember it specifically cause I overdrew my account. Right, right, right. But I was dead set on like, I'm gonna keep doing this. It's, yeah. So it's, it's a great sport to participate in. Yeah. And then that summer, like we took another, like, we, we all mountain bike and we took. A mountain biking trip up to Tahoe. And I remember one day we were, we were gonna do the Crest Trail and I was like, I'm gonna take the day off from biking and I'm gonna go fishing. And I went out to the East Carson and, and, and set myself up with a bob or rig for the first time and caught my first Subsurface on a fly rod, on a flash, a flashback, pheasant tail. And then I was just like, now I'm in it. So it was very cool. It was pretty awesome. And that was, that was the beginning. Then a couple of years later, what happened is I went to New York at that point and went to Per Se, and all my fly fishing gear went into a bin. So what was the inspiration for Travel Creel? How did those two things mesh into what you're doing today? So, a friend of mine has an outfitting company AC Fly Fishing out of Redding. And Anthony had approached me about helping him with a travel trip going to Louisiana for Redfish, and he said, you want to come along and you can go fishing and you'd cook for everybody? And I'm like yeah, dude. Like I get to basically go do this saltwater trip for free, right? Get to do some fishing and you know, all I gotta do is cook, like I can handle that. So it was a great introduction to travel and hospitality with travel. And I did it for a few years with him. We would do it every year. We'd set it all up and so he would just do like one, one international trip a year. It was one trip that I did with him. The whole thing is with saltwater fly fishing, there's no guarantee with fishing. And when you're in the business of creating experiences for people, you gotta work on your controllables. And the controllables are hospitality and you know, a good bed to sleep in, nice meals. All those things are controllable when the fishing's not right. And that was like the premise behind it. That's what we talked about a lot. And why it worked and it made sense to me and I was able to kind of excel in that world of knowing how to talk to fisherman because I was one of 'em. Right? On top of being able to create a great meal for them. And it just made a really good vibe in, in the lodge, you know? It's great. Yeah. And now Travel Creel came to life. Tell everybody what Travel Creel is. What do you do? So basically right around when Covid started, we had a trip to Louisiana planned. And what happened is we had the guides lined up, the lodges lined up, and then the clients bailed out because of Covid. And we kind of hit the panic button a little bit, what are we gonna do? And I was like, well, let me reach out to all my clients. I had started working at Del Gado and I had a kid and I got married I transitioned into guiding because it was a way for me to go fishing still Right. And make money. And my wife would be like, yeah, yeah, you can go 'cause you're making money. So I bought a drift boat. I learned how to row a drift boat and I started, on my weekends going up to Redding and guiding the Sac for trout and ended up getting a permit on the Trinity River and guiding the Trinity. Then that led to me guiding for coastal steelhead as well. The whole premise behind my guiding business was, I can't guarantee you're gonna catch a bunch of fish when we go steelhead fishing. But I guarantee you're gonna have a great lunch. So I had all these clients, right? So I told Anthony, listen, let me reach out to some of my guys and see if I can put together this group and we can still go. Literally in like 24 hours got the trip filled up. And that's when it kind of clicked in my head, like, maybe this is something I should be doing. Right. Maybe you know, I could change my role from being just the guy that goes along and fishes and cooks to the guy who puts the trips together. And really step up the hospitality. Take that killer lunch and turn it into a killer experience. And that's where Travel Creel was born. I wanna create a business where I can create these experiences, not just in Louisiana, but all over the country, and possibly all over the world. We should let everybody know as we're talking that Josh was out for a walk with his daughter and dog, so that's why you're activity in the background. So what are some of the most, let's start with most exotic places that you've taken a group to and kind of had to cook, camp, cook kind of thing? You know, I haven't really done much camp cooking. As far as these trips go, I try to make 'em a little bit more upscale. Where I try to find like a nice place for everyone to congregate. Most recently I think probably the out there place has been San Carlos in Baja for fishing, for Rooster Fish and Marlin. You know, it's kind of like the wild west of Baja. It's like old school, Baja. And as far as like logistics go for me and putting a trip together, it's probably been the most challenging, but most rewarding at the same time. So how do you, is it still word of mouth or how do you market the business? I started with just the clients that I have. And it's, you know, I'm only as good as the last trip I did and every, every little trip I do the word travels and, and you know, I have a client then tell four or five of his buddies and say, you gotta come with me on this next trip. and then those guys tell their friends and it's, it's a lot of word of mouth. And the other, the other part is I have a really great network of friends that are in the fly fishing industry that are all very supportive of what I'm doing. A lot of independent guides. I mean, you and I are talking today because of Dave Neal, Dave Neal. Shout out to Dave great guide. Yeah. He's a great friend and independent guide and supports what I do and, and has eaten my food and loves it. And someone like that I can reach out to him with a trip and be like, Hey, listen, I got two spots left to fill on this trip. and if you fill those spots, then I'll throw you a bone. And that kind of, that kind of stuff is really helpful too. And it's, it's come into play quite a few times, so that's perfect. Do you work all, do you also work with any fly shop? I have been working with George Revelle at Lost Coast Outfitters in San Francisco. So he basically puts together all the lists of gear and everything. I send it out to clients and then they get to contact George directly or the shop perfect, and get all those items they need for a trip. And in turn it's a very simple partnership where he helps me put those lists together. I promote him and he helps me fill seats. Do you get to do any other outdoor activities? No, probably not. You know, my kids have been wanting to go snowboarding this year and we're probably gonna get up there and do that. You know, a lot of everything we do is right here. We live in Sonoma County and we have, we have a big boat that we take out on the lake, or we take out in the bay. The kids like to go be pulled around in a tube or go water skiing. We try to get out on the boat as much as we can when there's nice weather. And we love bike rides. We do a little hiking here and there. Do you have any suggestions or advice for folks wanting to get into the fly fishing biz or outdoor biz? I think just get out there and experience it and get on the water and you don't know until you go, you gotta get out there and, and experience it and meet people and network. If you're looking to be a guide, get on that water. Learn from the guys that know the water the best. Obviously learn how to row a boat if you're gonna be running a drift boat. Exactly. Do you have any daily routines to keep your sanity? I'd say as far as daily routines mine is getting in my truck and turning it on some music and driving 45 minutes over the hill. A beautiful drive over through vineyards and the rolling hills here. In that 45-minute ride to and from work, I accomplish more in my head than I do accomplish when I'm at home or at work. It gives me a chance to clear my head. It gives me a chance to think about ideas. A lot of people ask me like, when do you have time to come up with ideas for some of your new dishes and stuff? I'm like, most of those ideas come to me while I'm driving to or from work. Do you read a lot? Do you have any favorite books? Books to give as? My mom was an English teacher and when you presented that question in email, I was like, I can't wait to get to it. I was kind of pushed to read as a kid. I'd say the most recent book that I read is Lords of the Fly. And you know, to me that that book sucked me right into that story. And I actually got to go to Homosassa last year and meet some of the players in that book. Since you're a cook, is there a favorite piece of gear that all of us that cook outside should have in our camp kitchen? Yeah. I think everyone should have, a Japanese Mandolin. They're not expensive. They're like 30 bucks. You can get 'em on Amazon. Watch your fingers cuz they're sharp. But like, it just is a game changer, especially when you're not in the home kitchen. If you're doing some outdoor cooking, then you can slice a slice, a cucumber or carrot, whatever, like within seconds. Okay. And it just adds to being able to work quicker and more efficiently when, you know, chopping onions or shallots or things like that. As we wrap up, is there anything else you'd like to say to our listeners? I'm just really stoked to be here talking to you about what I'm doing and if anyone's interested in doing a fun adventure and has a passion for fishing and fine food and great company to look us up and check out what we're doing. The website is Travel Creel Hospitality
Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down with Freddy Spencer, owner and operator of Iron Gate Real Estate, Memories Made Cabins, and Overlook Cabins.Topics Discussed: Freddy's journey from Wal-mart management to owning his own real estate business, his first sale, growing up in the Ozarks, floating the Northfork, sports betting, Memories Made Cabin, Overlook Cabin Ozarks, Iron Gate Real Esate and the ins and outs of commissions.For more info:Iron Gate Real EstateIron Gate FacebookMemories Made CabinOverlook Cabins OzarksSpecial thanks to:CZ-USATo Living The Dream Properties:Hunting Works For Missouri:Smithfly Rafts:To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:FacebookInstagramEmail:email@example.com
We Are The Village Parenting Podcast, Parenting Coach, Respectful Parenting, Early Childhood Development, Toddlers
Happy Spring Mamas!Do you love springtime as much as us? Maybe you don't or maybe you haven't even noticed how beautiful it could be. We get so busy maintaining our homes, feeding our kids, and doing all the chores. Maybe you are working and rushing home to get dinner ready and start bedtime. If that's the case we want to remind you about the beauty that is waiting for us outside!In this week's episode, we are giving you1. Some motivation to get outdoors!2. The benefits that we as parents and our kids reap when we do get outside3. Some tips and what it looks like to follow our kid's lead and get excited about natureIt is as easy as making a 20-minute walk a priority. If you could do this you will notice a change in your mood and health. You will become happier, build your immune system, and form a closer bond with your kids. Get excited over the small things and build an admiration for the beauty our earth has to offer us!This is great to model for our kids who are the future stewards of this earth!You don't have to stress about entertaining your kids all day, just get into nature. If your kids are bouncing off the walls, take the walls down!There is so much learning that could be done outside and we hope that you take a step towards getting outdoors more and away from screens.Support the showPlease share and tag us on our platforms below if you enjoyed this episode!Instagram : The Nurturing ParentFacebook Group : The Nurturing Parent GroupEmail Us : TheNurturingparent.Pod@gmail.comOriginal music ©Lisa K Sigurgeirson 1986
My guest this week is not afraid to bring issues with anxiety and depression into the conversation to be a light of inspiration for others. She knows she is not alone, and the more they get talked about, the better off we will be. Terrie Huffmaster has dealt with these issues for years and found one thing that has helped her manage the symptoms- being outdoors and fishing. She's been fishing for several years and accomplished some amazing things, such as winning the iCast Cup in 2021 and donning the cover of several sportfishing magazines. Terrie will be the first to tell you, "If I can do it, so can you." Listen to her story and be inspired! Mentioned in This Episodes: Connect with Terrie Huffmaster on Facebook Follow Terrie Huffmaster on Instagram Discover Terrie Huffmaster on TikTok Support Our Partners! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Celebrate Kids Podcast with Dr. Kathy
A new study highlights how risk in childhood seems to prepare kids better to fight mental health concerns later in life. While the study is important, there are many kids who are simply risk averse. Is it good for parents to push kids into risky situations? Is there good in building our parenting practices on studies that speak to our deepest fears? Dr. Kathy discusses it all. References: https://www.inc.com/bill-murphy-jr/want-to-raise-successful-kids-science-says-treat-them-like-this-but-most-parents-dont.html
This week the Wyoming Catholic College campus is deserted. Our dorms are empty. The kitchen and dining hall are silent. It's Spring Outdoor week. A Wyoming Catholic College education begins with three weeks backpacking in the mountains of Wyoming. After that, they spend an additional seven weeks in the backcountry, a week at a time during our fall and spring Outdoor Weeks. Why? Dr. Tom Zimmer, Assistant Professor of Leadership and Outdoor Education and Director of the college's Experiential Leadership Program and COR Expeditions answers that question.
Weebo and Greg review the Issue Profile: A Review of Temperature Based Fishing Restrictions released by IFW in September 2022. Hot Spring, Cold Stream: 3:00, Fish Handling Tip of the Month: 13:15, Reviewing IFW Hoot Owl regulations (16:00 ).
Talk About It Outdoors Podcast
A duck hunt in the middle of turkey season!? Well, that's what it would seem, but it came with so much more. When these boys get to talking, you can see the outdoors run deep in the souls of The East 88 Boys, and with every story told, the smiles came through. JR Holly and Cameron Kelentic take us through the times of ducks, deer and turkeys, and tell us what drives their passion home. Check it out!!!Thanks for listening and continuing to support us! Videos Available for your viewing pleasure over on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1dWYyR5QqE_dVwGvr6_eAQ Find us on the socials!!! https://www.facebook.com/talkaboutitoutdoors https://www.instagram.com/talk_about_it_outdoors/ Check out our partners! Cruzr Saddles https://www.cruzr.shop Grim Reaper Broadheads https://www.grimreaperbroadheads.com The KT Team https://thektteam.org Cal Hardie WhiteTail Properties 770-296-2163 All our links! https://linktr.ee/talkaboutitoutdoors
PodCacher: Geocaching Goodness
On our geocaching podcast today, we have a discussion of the recent PI day and a great puzzle resource plus audio from our day of geocaching with topics of muggles, nanos and more. We also share feedback on virtual adventures labs, listener comments and feedback on “cheating”, GPS darts and much more. Listen To The […] The post Show 825.0: Muggles, Nanos, Pi Puzzles appeared first on PodCacher: Geocaching Goodness.
Fly Fish Food Shop Talk Podcast
In this Shop Talk Podcast Cheech and Curtis sit down with a real life Entomologist, Dr. Roger Gold. This is one of our most intriguing podcast to date. He has was a professor at the university of Utah and most recently, Texas A&M. He is a life long fly fisher and takes us into the world of bugs.
On this very impromptu episode, Darwin is joined by friend and creative partner, Chris Carter (aka RAD), to discuss the root of why we hunger for travel. What is it about experiencing different cultures around the world, that is so humbling to the soul. They also share some information about an upcoming Travel Series that is in the works.To get early access to episodes, bonus media, and exclusive merch, join The Outdoor Evolution by supporting us on Patreon.Go to www.theoutdoorevolution.com to keep up to date with all of our new articles, films, products, and more.Follow us on Instagram @the_outdoor_evolutionEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow Chris on Instagram @chriscarter146 or check out his Youtube Channel
Jenny's moxie is like a snowball that keeps getting bigger! She adds a bit more moxie with every opportunity and experience she encounters. She has worked to improve the lives of others in ways that use her skills and talents while also getting out of her comfort zone and building her own capacities as well as those of the organizations and communities she serves. Having amassed a wealth of knowledge and expertise, Jenny believes in sharing what she has learned with others to help them find their own version of moxie.Jenny is President of Berkshire Natural Resources Council, a county-wide land conservation organization in Western Massachusetts. Since joining the organization in 2018, Jenny has more than doubled the size of the staff to focus more broadly on strategic land conservation goals addressing climate resiliency, habitat protection, and public access; developed a new focus on farmland and ensuring farmers have access to affordable land; and worked to ensure that people from all backgrounds and abilities feel welcome and can enjoy and appreciate the Outdoors.In 2001, Jenny became the Executive Director at the North East Community Center based in Millerton, NY, and serving Eastern Dutchess County and nearby communities in Connecticut. She developed a small village-based organization into a county-wide leader in food security, youth development, and transportation.Before moving to Sharon, CT in 1998, she lived in New York City, where she spent nearly ten years at Creative Arts Workshops for Kids, a grassroots organization that provided holistic, long-term programs and care for homeless and formerly homeless children and their families in East Harlem. While there, Jenny raised funds, developed tutoring programs, conducted art workshops, mentored and trained volunteers, and eventually served as their Executive Director. In 1997 she moved to Sesame Workshop (creators of Sesame Street) where she developed parenting content for the website and helped design the user interface.Jenny's career began at the National Audubon Society in New York; she then became the assistant director of the Council on the Environment of New York City (now known as GrowNYC), where she supported their initiatives in office waste reduction, community gardens, environmental education, and the well-known Greenmarket.She has served on many nonprofit boards; written theater, dance, and film reviews for regional publications; and is an accomplished painter of landscapes, portraits, and other subjects. Her work has been exhibited in the Berkshires and the Northampton, MA area.This episode is sponsored by Elyse Harney Real Estate and North East Ford.
Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Things get a little fiery this week on the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast. There are a couple key pieces of legislation in Oklahoma right now that could have huge impacts on the way people enjoy the state's natural resources. This is a hold nothing back episode where John takes on the hard topics around laws and regulations that the sportsmen and women of Oklahoma and beyond deal with on a daily basis. The podcast starts off with some of the usual hot topics. Should Oklahoma remain a 2 buck state or go to 1 buck tag? Are crossbows really having a negative impact on the quality of the deer herd? If those topics don't get your water boiling, there's more. A bill to start an August velvet deer season has already passed the senate and moved to the house, and could go into effect as early as next year! Not enough you say? Did you know there are people pushing to get airbows legalized for archery season in Oklahoma? Have you seen trail cameras are now banned on public land in Kansas? Topics like these can no longer be ignored, and they are only becoming more common. Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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This week, we have another Action Center Review with John Stallone and Charles Whitwam of Howl for Wildlife. This episode highlights the importance of getting involved in issues outside your state or country. If you haven't already, make sure you sign up for Howl for Wildlife at howlforwildlife.org and support the Hunting and Outdoors community.
Talk North - Souhan Podcast Network
Has Kirill Kaprizov been holding back the Minnesota Wild's scoring? Just kidding, but Minnesota has finally found a stride in some 5-on-5 action even without their No. 1 guy. Jessi Pierce and Kirsten Krull. Plus, “Why'd you wanna play college hockey?” University of Minnesota Gopher legend and hockey know-it-all Pat Micheletti joins to chat all things NCAA men's tourneyPresented by Sotastick (https://sotastickco.com/)Brought to you by Jim Beam (https://www.jimbeam.com/,) Royal Credit Union (https://www.rcu.org/) & Grainbelt Premium (https://www.grainbelt.com)
Season Seven will begin on April 10th. But in between seasons, I want to catch you up on a few things that are going on with Troutbitten.Just a few years ago, Troutbitten was the website only. I wrote and published articles three times a week. Now it's a multi-media company with many branches — there's the podcast, the videos, the online shop, hosted events and, of course, the guide business.Here's what's going on in the Troutbitten world . . .ResourcesVIDEO: Troutbitten | Mono Rigs and Euro Leaders -- Micro Thin or Standard?SHOP: Troutbitten | The Troutbitten ShopPODCASTS: Troutbitten | Podcast HomeVisitTroutbitten WebsiteTroutbitten InstagramTroutbitten YouTubeTroutbitten FacebookThank You to Pre-Roll Ad Sponsors:SkwalaandOrvis
Today we are releasing another bonus episode! This is my appearance on the Evolve Podcast with Steve Cutler! We were fortunate enough to host Steve on our podcast twice, on episode 222, and on episode 409 of our show, titled Ketosis and ADHD with Steve Cutler! As always, it was a fun chat, and I'm always so grateful to be a guest on someone else's show!Steve is the owner of EVOLVE, a lifestyle clothing, coaching, and consulting business. Steve is the host of the EVOLVE Podcast. In addition to EVOLVE, Steve is currently a Vice President for Udo, a tech startup company in Utah's Silicone Slopes. Most important, Steve is a proud husband and father of 3 beautiful, smart, and amazing kids. Steve has had a massive impact in my personal and professional life, he believed in me enough to hire me, and helped me own and embrace my unique area of passion in the low-carbohydrate space! He helped me own and embrace my unique area of passion in the low-carbohydrate space!Find Steve at-IG- stevecutler_IG- evolve_casthttps://www.evolve-cast.com/Check out my episodes with Steve on our bonus episode 93 and episode 142!Find Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here!
Sponsored by Outfitter Logic - Outfitter Website Design Yup, We're Waving the White Flag on Winter Putting Away Ice Fishing Gear NWT on the Illinois River - Weather Sucks There Too Has Tournament Fishing Changed Forever? Is Playing the Video Game Beatable? When Fishing Rods Cost Too Much - $350 absolute limit What is Your Bucket List Saltwater Fish? How Much Does the Rattle Matter in a Crankbait? Are There Too Many Crankbaits Now on the Market? What's Missing? 2nd Half First Area in South Dakota Getting Big Numbers of Snow Geese Coyotes Being Tracked - Over 100 Miles in a Couple Days…Crazy Opens The Question - How Often Do Coyotes Travel Long Distances? Best Air Rifle on the Market? Best Way To Cook Rabbit? LandTrust Coming to North Dakota - Thoughts and Why It's Being Pushed? ND Department of Tourism Selling Out Residents Want a $275, 10-Quart Bait Cooler? Yup, They Exist… What is the best bait aerator setup today? (Engel with Skywin Charger) The Keys to Good Sushi? Yes, this matters… Does Vodka Go with Everything???
On today's show, Dean talks about outdoor kitchens with his special in-studio guest John Freitas from WDC Kitchen and Bath Center! Dean also takes calls and answers questions about homes.
On today's show, Dean talks about outdoor kitchens with his special in-studio guest John Freitas from WDC Kitchen and Bath Center! Dean also takes calls and answers questions about homes.
On today's show, Dean talks about outdoor kitchens with his special in-studio guest John Freitas from WDC Kitchen and Bath Center! Dean also takes calls and answers questions about homes.
Morning: Deuteronomy 31–32 Deuteronomy 31–32 (Listen) Joshua to Succeed Moses 31 So Moses continued to speak these words to all Israel. 2 And he said to them, “I am 120 years old today. I am no longer able to go out and come in. The LORD has said to me, ‘You shall not go over this Jordan.' 3 The LORD your God himself will go over before you. He will destroy these nations before you, so that you shall dispossess them, and Joshua will go over at your head, as the LORD has spoken. 4 And the LORD will do to them as he did to Sihon and Og, the kings of the Amorites, and to their land, when he destroyed them. 5 And the LORD will give them over to you, and you shall do to them according to the whole commandment that I have commanded you. 6 Be strong and courageous. Do not fear or be in dread of them, for it is the LORD your God who goes with you. He will not leave you or forsake you.” 7 Then Moses summoned Joshua and said to him in the sight of all Israel, “Be strong and courageous, for you shall go with this people into the land that the LORD has sworn to their fathers to give them, and you shall put them in possession of it. 8 It is the LORD who goes before you. He will be with you; he will not leave you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed.” The Reading of the Law 9 Then Moses wrote this law and gave it to the priests, the sons of Levi, who carried the ark of the covenant of the LORD, and to all the elders of Israel. 10 And Moses commanded them, “At the end of every seven years, at the set time in the year of release, at the Feast of Booths, 11 when all Israel comes to appear before the LORD your God at the place that he will choose, you shall read this law before all Israel in their hearing. 12 Assemble the people, men, women, and little ones, and the sojourner within your towns, that they may hear and learn to fear the LORD your God, and be careful to do all the words of this law, 13 and that their children, who have not known it, may hear and learn to fear the LORD your God, as long as you live in the land that you are going over the Jordan to possess.” Joshua Commissioned to Lead Israel 14 And the LORD said to Moses, “Behold, the days approach when you must die. Call Joshua and present yourselves in the tent of meeting, that I may commission him.” And Moses and Joshua went and presented themselves in the tent of meeting. 15 And the LORD appeared in the tent in a pillar of cloud. And the pillar of cloud stood over the entrance of the tent. 16 And the LORD said to Moses, “Behold, you are about to lie down with your fathers. Then this people will rise and whore after the foreign gods among them in the land that they are entering, and they will forsake me and break my covenant that I have made with them. 17 Then my anger will be kindled against them in that day, and I will forsake them and hide my face from them, and they will be devoured. And many evils and troubles will come upon them, so that they will say in that day, ‘Have not these evils come upon us because our God is not among us?' 18 And I will surely hide my face in that day because of all the evil that they have done, because they have turned to other gods. 19 “Now therefore write this song and teach it to the people of Israel. Put it in their mouths, that this song may be a witness for me against the people of Israel. 20 For when I have brought them into the land flowing with milk and honey, which I swore to give to their fathers, and they have eaten and are full and grown fat, they will turn to other gods and serve them, and despise me and break my covenant. 21 And when many evils and troubles have come upon them, this song shall confront them as a witness (for it will live unforgotten in the mouths of their offspring). For I know what they are inclined to do even today, before I have brought them into the land that I swore to give.” 22 So Moses wrote this song the same day and taught it to the people of Israel. 23 And the LORD1 commissioned Joshua the son of Nun and said, “Be strong and courageous, for you shall bring the people of Israel into the land that I swore to give them. I will be with you.” 24 When Moses had finished writing the words of this law in a book to the very end, 25 Moses commanded the Levites who carried the ark of the covenant of the LORD, 26 “Take this Book of the Law and put it by the side of the ark of the covenant of the LORD your God, that it may be there for a witness against you. 27 For I know how rebellious and stubborn you are. Behold, even today while I am yet alive with you, you have been rebellious against the LORD. How much more after my death! 28 Assemble to me all the elders of your tribes and your officers, that I may speak these words in their ears and call heaven and earth to witness against them. 29 For I know that after my death you will surely act corruptly and turn aside from the way that I have commanded you. And in the days to come evil will befall you, because you will do what is evil in the sight of the LORD, provoking him to anger through the work of your hands.” The Song of Moses 30 Then Moses spoke the words of this song until they were finished, in the ears of all the assembly of Israel: 32 “Give ear, O heavens, and I will speak, and let the earth hear the words of my mouth.2 May my teaching drop as the rain, my speech distill as the dew, like gentle rain upon the tender grass, and like showers upon the herb.3 For I will proclaim the name of the LORD; ascribe greatness to our God! 4 “The Rock, his work is perfect, for all his ways are justice. A God of faithfulness and without iniquity, just and upright is he.5 They have dealt corruptly with him; they are no longer his children because they are blemished; they are a crooked and twisted generation.6 Do you thus repay the LORD, you foolish and senseless people? Is not he your father, who created you, who made you and established you?7 Remember the days of old; consider the years of many generations; ask your father, and he will show you, your elders, and they will tell you.8 When the Most High gave to the nations their inheritance, when he divided mankind, he fixed the borders2 of the peoples according to the number of the sons of God.39 But the LORD's portion is his people, Jacob his allotted heritage. 10 “He found him in a desert land, and in the howling waste of the wilderness; he encircled him, he cared for him, he kept him as the apple of his eye.11 Like an eagle that stirs up its nest, that flutters over its young, spreading out its wings, catching them, bearing them on its pinions,12 the LORD alone guided him, no foreign god was with him.13 He made him ride on the high places of the land, and he ate the produce of the field, and he suckled him with honey out of the rock, and oil out of the flinty rock.14 Curds from the herd, and milk from the flock, with fat4 of lambs, rams of Bashan and goats, with the very finest5 of the wheat— and you drank foaming wine made from the blood of the grape. 15 “But Jeshurun grew fat, and kicked; you grew fat, stout, and sleek; then he forsook God who made him and scoffed at the Rock of his salvation.16 They stirred him to jealousy with strange gods; with abominations they provoked him to anger.17 They sacrificed to demons that were no gods, to gods they had never known, to new gods that had come recently, whom your fathers had never dreaded.18 You were unmindful of the Rock that bore6 you, and you forgot the God who gave you birth. 19 “The LORD saw it and spurned them, because of the provocation of his sons and his daughters.20 And he said, ‘I will hide my face from them; I will see what their end will be, for they are a perverse generation, children in whom is no faithfulness.21 They have made me jealous with what is no god; they have provoked me to anger with their idols. So I will make them jealous with those who are no people; I will provoke them to anger with a foolish nation.22 For a fire is kindled by my anger, and it burns to the depths of Sheol, devours the earth and its increase, and sets on fire the foundations of the mountains. 23 “‘And I will heap disasters upon them; I will spend my arrows on them;24 they shall be wasted with hunger, and devoured by plague and poisonous pestilence; I will send the teeth of beasts against them, with the venom of things that crawl in the dust.25 Outdoors the sword shall bereave, and indoors terror, for young man and woman alike, the nursing child with the man of gray hairs.26 I would have said, “I will cut them to pieces; I will wipe them from human memory,”27 had I not feared provocation by the enemy, lest their adversaries should misunderstand, lest they should say, “Our hand is triumphant, it was not the LORD who did all this.”' 28 “For they are a nation void of counsel, and there is no understanding in them.29 If they were wise, they would understand this; they would discern their latter end!30 How could one have chased a thousand, and two have put ten thousand to flight, unless their Rock had sold them, and the LORD had given them up?31 For their rock is not as our Rock; our enemies are by themselves.32 For their vine comes from the vine of Sodom and from the fields of Gomorrah; their grapes are grapes of poison; their clusters are bitter;33 their wine is the poison of serpents and the cruel venom of asps. 34 “‘Is not this laid up in store with me, sealed up in my treasuries?35 Vengeance is mine, and recompense,7 for the time when their foot shall slip; for the day of their calamity is at hand, and their doom comes swiftly.'36 For the LORD will vindicate8 his people and have compassion on his servants, when he sees that their power is gone and there is none remaining, bond or free.37 Then he will say, ‘Where are their gods, the rock in which they took refuge,38 who ate the fat of their sacrifices and drank the wine of their drink offering? Let them rise up and help you; let them be your protection! 39 “‘See now that I, even I, am he, and there is no god beside me; I kill and I make alive; I wound and I heal; and there is none that can deliver out of my hand.40 For I lift up my hand to heaven and swear, As I live forever,41 if I sharpen my flashing sword9 and my hand takes hold on judgment, I will take vengeance on my adversaries and will repay those who hate me.42 I will make my arrows drunk with blood, and my sword shall devour flesh— with the blood of the slain and the captives, from the long-haired heads of the enemy.' 43 “Rejoice with him, O heavens;10 bow down to him, all gods,11 for he avenges the blood of his children12 and takes vengeance on his adversaries. He repays those who hate him13 and cleanses14 his people's land.”15 44 Moses came and recited all the words of this song in the hearing of the people, he and Joshua16 the son of Nun. 45 And when Moses had finished speaking all these words to all Israel, 46 he said to them, “Take to heart all the words by which I am warning you today, that you may command them to your children, that they may be careful to do all the words of this law. 47 For it is no empty word for you, but your very life, and by this word you shall live long in the land that you are going over the Jordan to possess.” Moses' Death Foretold 48 That very day the LORD spoke to Moses, 49 “Go up this mountain of the Abarim, Mount Nebo, which is in the land of Moab, opposite Jericho, and view the land of Canaan, which I am giving to the people of Israel for a possession. 50 And die on the mountain which you go up, and be gathered to your people, as Aaron your brother died in Mount Hor and was gathered to his people, 51 because you broke faith with me in the midst of the people of Israel at the waters of Meribah-kadesh, in the wilderness of Zin, and because you did not treat me as holy in the midst of the people of Israel. 52 For you shall see the land before you, but you shall not go there, into the land that I am giving to the people of Israel.” Footnotes  31:23 Hebrew he  32:8 Or territories  32:8 Compare Dead Sea Scroll, Septuagint; Masoretic Text sons of Israel  32:14 That is, with the best  32:14 Hebrew with the kidney fat  32:18 Or fathered  32:35 Septuagint and I will repay  32:36 Septuagint judge  32:41 Hebrew the lightning of my sword  32:43 Dead Sea Scroll, Septuagint; Masoretic Text Rejoice his people, O nations  32:43 Masoretic Text lacks bow down to him, all gods  32:43 Dead Sea Scroll, Septuagint; Masoretic Text servants  32:43 Dead Sea Scroll, Septuagint; Masoretic Text lacks He repays those who hate him  32:43 Or atones for  32:43 Septuagint, Vulgate; Hebrew his land his people  32:44 Septuagint, Syriac, Vulgate; Hebrew Hoshea (ESV) Evening: Luke 1:1–23 Luke 1:1–23 (Listen) Dedication to Theophilus 1 Inasmuch as many have undertaken to compile a narrative of the things that have been accomplished among us, 2 just as those who from the beginning were eyewitnesses and ministers of the word have delivered them to us, 3 it seemed good to me also, having followed all things closely for some time past, to write an orderly account for you, most excellent Theophilus, 4 that you may have certainty concerning the things you have been taught. Birth of John the Baptist Foretold 5 In the days of Herod, king of Judea, there was a priest named Zechariah,1 of the division of Abijah. And he had a wife from the daughters of Aaron, and her name was Elizabeth. 6 And they were both righteous before God, walking blamelessly in all the commandments and statutes of the Lord. 7 But they had no child, because Elizabeth was barren, and both were advanced in years. 8 Now while he was serving as priest before God when his division was on duty, 9 according to the custom of the priesthood, he was chosen by lot to enter the temple of the Lord and burn incense. 10 And the whole multitude of the people were praying outside at the hour of incense. 11 And there appeared to him an angel of the Lord standing on the right side of the altar of incense. 12 And Zechariah was troubled when he saw him, and fear fell upon him. 13 But the angel said to him, “Do not be afraid, Zechariah, for your prayer has been heard, and your wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you shall call his name John. 14 And you will have joy and gladness, and many will rejoice at his birth, 15 for he will be great before the Lord. And he must not drink wine or strong drink, and he will be filled with the Holy Spirit, even from his mother's womb. 16 And he will turn many of the children of Israel to the Lord their God, 17 and he will go before him in the spirit and power of Elijah, to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the disobedient to the wisdom of the just, to make ready for the Lord a people prepared.” 18 And Zechariah said to the angel, “How shall I know this? For I am an old man, and my wife is advanced in years.” 19 And the angel answered him, “I am Gabriel. I stand in the presence of God, and I was sent to speak to you and to bring you this good news. 20 And behold, you will be silent and unable to speak until the day that these things take place, because you did not believe my words, which will be fulfilled in their time.” 21 And the people were waiting for Zechariah, and they were wondering at his delay in the temple. 22 And when he came out, he was unable to speak to them, and they realized that he had seen a vision in the temple. And he kept making signs to them and remained mute. 23 And when his time of service was ended, he went to his home. Footnotes  1:5 Greek Zacharias (ESV)
The captain is with Bob St Pierre in studio, Tommy George talks fishing stories and teaching kids, Mark Strand gets you set for turkey season, and Kay Hawley talks about women in fishing.
Jay Harper says its time to transition from winter to warm season veggies. Tomatoes, squash, herbs, peppers, melons and more. Starting small is the key for first timers. And the advantages of raised container gardening over typical ground planting. Fertilizing, watering techniques, weed control, all you need to know to grow your own! Original broadcast archive page with expanded content https://rosieonthehouse.com/podcast/outdoor-living-hour-notes-from-the-nursery-warm-season-vegetables-with-jay-harper/
On today's show, Dean covers everything about outdoor kitchens! He also takes calls and answers questions about your home.
Book your free session directly, visit: www.robertjamescoaching.com Want to support the podcast in return for exclusive content and more access to me? Check out my Patreon tiers, any help is much appreciated :) www.patreon.com/user?u=88044382 Today I talk about outdoor adventure and how it might be helpful for OCD and anxiety. If you are going to practice outdoor sports, please make sure you do it in a safe way. Disclaimer: Robert James Pizey (of Robert James Coaching) is not a medical professional and is also not providing therapy or medical treatment. Robert James Pizey recommends that anyone experiencing anxiety or OCD to seek professional medical help straight away to get a medical opinion and rule out other conditions or illnesses. The comments and opinions as written on this site are simply that and are not to be taken as professional medical opinions. Robert James Pizey provides coaching, education, accountability and peer support around Anxiety through his own personal experiences.
On today's show, Dean covers everything about outdoor kitchens! He also takes calls and answers questions about your home.
On today's episode (Ep 361) we are joined by Shawn Budiac from X2Power Batteries to announce the new models of lithium batteries that are now available!! See below for our discount code to save yourself some money. In addition, we are also joined by Bassmaster Elite Series champion, Tyler Rivet! We talk about his hot start to the 2023 season and how he's following a pattern of looking for Crappie to find bigger than average bass. Tyler's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tyler_rivet_trfishing/Thanks for listening! Please leave us a rating and review.Want to rock some Serious Angler, Business from the Bass Boat or Serious Dangler merch? Click the link to shop: https://seriousanglernetwork.com/----------DISCOUNT CODES/SHOW PARTNERS: • Check out the lineup of X2Power AGM and Lithium batteries at https://x2powerbattery.com/! Use code "Seriousx2" to save yourself 10% off your battery order!• Looking to shop the best fishing electronics on the market the supplies to best rig your boat/kayak? Need expert service to rig your boat for you? Check out Bass Fishin Electronics at https://www.bassfishinelectronics.com/• Do you have a bait you like that just isn't perfect? Become a tackle tinkerer with the help of our friends at Do-It Molds! Click this link to get set up: https://store.do-itmolds.com/?AffId=26• Omnia Fishing: Use code "SERIOUSFIRST" for 15% off your FIRST order on Omnia and then for anything future orders use code "SERIOUS10" for 10% off your entire order at (www.omniafishing.com)• Hobie Eyewear (20% Off): Use This Link: https://shrsl.com/2w5mb & use code “SERIOUS20” ----------Listen and follow the other shows on the Serious Angler Podcast Network:• Business from the Bass Boat on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/business-from-the-bass-boat/id1498266771• Business from the Bass Boat on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5bcNUjUIrzHhDdhYbf0Y8F?si=igWWXGVSQYKJqK8-uOn1DA&nd=1• Lure Lab on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9v-l3kxscyEo1VaR496YuA• Lure Lab on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lurelabpodcast/• Lure Lab on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-lure-lab-fishing-tackle-podcast/id1647356424• Lure Lab on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/492TVeCHB214CzMUg1NHwX?si=d598629bef024663• Serious Angler on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/serious-angler-bass-fishing-podcast/id1481348744• Serious Angler on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0YM9ZUVNL9NRT4aUmKe4m4?si=e4507da9ef8e43f9----------Follow Along On Serious Angler Social Media:• Instagram: www.instagram.com/seriousangler/• Facebook: www.facebook.com/SeriousAngler• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/SeriousAnglerBassFishing• Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@seriousangler• Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeriousAngler• Have a question? Email us at email@example.com----------Follow Our Personal Social Media:• Adam's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adam_deakin_/• Andy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fullfishingguideservice/• Andy's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkuwh_ttyk2uI6CKFHKNtAA• Andy's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FullFishingGuide• Bailey's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOpM5fxOcUciqLsIB8dK7Ag• Bailey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bailey_eigbrett/• Bailey's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BaileyEigbrettFishing----------Want to get on some BIG Lake Erie Smallmouth Bass? Get in touch with Andrew and book a trip! • Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Fullfishingguideservice• Andrew's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org----------#podcast #bassfishing #fishingpodcastPlease leave us a rating and review!
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Listen along as Jon and Austin try shark! Breaded and deep-fried is of course the way to go! Do you believe in bigfoot? We have our own madness at Walton's this March, enjoy the episode!https://waltons.com/ | https://www.meatgistics.com
Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Hannah Levitt and Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Analyst for US Regional Banks Herman Chan discuss how just over a year before Silicon Valley Bank's collapse threatened a generation of technology startups and their backers, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco appointed a more senior team of examiners to assess the firm. Okta CEO Todd McKinnon talks about the identity and access management business. Ken Hicks, CEO of Academy Sports and Outdoors, breaks down the company's earnings thoughts on the consumer. Bloomberg Markets Correspondent Kriti Gupta and Anthony DeRuijter, Senior Analyst at Third Bridge, discuss FedEx's earnings surprise and outlook going forward. Amanda Hesser, Founder and Co-CEO of Food52, talks about why food is the center of a well-lived life. And we Drive to the Close with George Schultze, Founder and CEO of Schultze Asset Management. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jess Menton. Producer: Paul Brennan.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Buffalo Roamer Podcast - For Those Who Seek Adventure
3/15/23 - Madison Elklund is a paddler and adventurer. In 2022 she kayaked solo from Minneapolis, Minnesota to Hudson Bay, a journey of 1,700 miles.We talk kayaking, Hudson Bay, the far North, Lake Winnipeg, the Arctic, Red river of the North, Natalie, Warren, Hayes River Rapids, the world is a helpful place, Meeting good people, Norway House, York Boats, Oxford house, Traveling solo as a female, Walleye and pickerel fillets, camping under airports Minnesota River, Packs of bald eagles, Testing water quality, Wind tides and gnarly storms on Lake Winnipeg, Hudson Bay Company fur trading, Bear encounters during bathroom breaks, and writing a book. Check out Madison's site: Expeditionalpine.comIn Episode 36 Natalie Warren joins the show. She is mentioned numerous times in this episode. Listen to #36 w/ Natalie HEREBrought to you by:Camp Manito-Wish YMCAFor over 100 years Camp Manito-Wish in Boulder Junction, Wisconsin has continued to develop character and strengthen leadership skills of campers and staff through a wilderness based summer camp. Enroll a camper,join the Staff or find out more at www.Manito-Wish.orgSubscribe now for more stories of adventure. www.buffaloroamer.com
Hunting is conservation, and we all preach its merits. Unfortunately, too oftentimes we're mostly just preaching to our own choir members. Introduced by her immigrant father to the great outdoors while a child, it wasn't until pursuing a journalism degree that Gabriella Hoffman embraced guns and hunting--and found footing in hunting advocacy. The myriad ways anti-hunters undermine hunting value is mind-boggling, and we discuss ways you'd never imagine. For her, it's about setting the record straight. Via public speaking engagements, her District of Conservation podcast and social media platforms, she reaches the 80-percent middle ground that too many of us do not. Or cannot. And that's a very good thing. Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells https://bossshotshells.com/ Benelli Shotguns https://www.benelliusa.com/shotguns/waterfowl-shotguns Tetra Hearing https://tetrahearing.com/ Ducks Unlimited https://www.ducks.org Mojo Outdoors https://www.mojooutdoors.com/p Tom Beckbe https://tombeckbe.com/ Flash Back Decoys https://www.duckcreekdecoys.com/ Voormi https://voormi.com/ GetDucks.com USHuntList.com It really is duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences year-round: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell email@example.com
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Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
You're in for a treat this week! Shine your boots and report for duty as the guys sit down for a good talk with Glen (one N) Reich. Glen is a friend of the show that has helped the guys grow behind the scenes. But Glen has some pretty good stories to tell and one of them involves those hellacious demons we know as ticks. Glen relives his time in basic training as a private, in which he had an upclose encounter with a tick, on his private. Follow that? Around the state there is a lot of fun spring activities in the works. Water safety council meetings, Geology days, Spring flowers, and Hatchery open houses. Paul will be on his way to Florida when the show releases for his first Osceola hunt. Navigating the swamps with gators, snakes, ticks, and more! Andrew is getting ready to head to Oklahoma in a couple weeks for some hog hunting, so gearing up for that, but not ready to go yet. Happy to announce a new partner to the program, Xvision optics. Check these guys out, and be on the look out for more content from this awesome optics company. Make sure you guys check out our friends at GoWild, Midwest Gun Works, XVision optics, Half Rack, and First lite! Have a great week and enjoy the O2 if you get out into Ohio's great Outdoors! Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! www.theo2podcast.com GoWild Profile First Lite MidWest Gun Works HalfRack Instagram: @the.o2.podcast Twitter: @Ohiohunt Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices