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Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast
Outfield Tiers! What's up with Cody Bellinger and Christian Yelich? (1/20 Fantasy Baseball Podcast)

Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 61:47


Vote to help FFT win best social media award- https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8JGJJY8 Before we get into the tiers, how does our outfield strategy change in H2H vs. Roto (2:45)? ... Outfield elite tier (6:10): How to navigate Trout, Acuna, Betts, Tucker? All aboard the Luis Robert hype train. ... Outfield near elite tier (15:34): is Cedric Mullins overvalued? Are we buying Teoscar Hernandez? ... Next best things tier (25:05): no love for Eloy Jimenez? What do we do with Bellinger and Yelich? ... Fallback options (41:00): do we trust the breakouts from Renfroe and Grossman? ... Last resorts (48:02): are Alex Kirilloff and Jo Adell post hype sleepers? ... We wrap up with the deep league names and your emails (52:40)! 'Fantasy Baseball Today' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  Follow our FBT team on Twitter: @FBTPod, @CTowersCBS, @CBSScottWhite, @Roto_Frank Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/fantasybaseballtoday Sign up for the FBT Newsletter at https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/fantasy-baseball-today/ For more fantasy baseball coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/baseball/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel: youtube.com/FantasyBaseballToday You can listen to Fantasy Baseball Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Baseball Today podcast." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast
Squirrel Season - R2's In The Current

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 63:40


In this week's In The Current, the crew settles in to get caught up with Pik & Esteban.   First we get deer & squirrel hunting updates from Pik & then Steve and Ryan let us know how flintlock season has been going.  We also learn more about the maple whoopie pies, get skiing updates from Will and check in on Brad's race progress.  Check it out!!  Instagram: @rutandriverpursuits For more In The Currents go to https://rutandriverpursuits.com/ 

Living The Dream Outdoors
106: The Missouri Blue Ribbon Trout Slam

Living The Dream Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 52:02


Join Living the Dream Outdoors Podcast host Bill Cooper and Kyle Pokorny, from Kansas City, as they talk about Missouri's relatively new Blue Ribbon Trout Stream Trout Slam. An avid fly fisherman, Pokorny was instrumental in creating the program in cooperation with Trout Unlimited and the Missouri department of Conservation.Anglers will be recognized as they catch at various stages as the catch and record trout from the nine Blue Ribbon Streams in the program. They include Blue Springs Creek, Barren Fork, Mill Creek, Little Piney Creek, Spring Creek, Crane Creek, Current River, Eleven Point River, and the North Fork.   

Troutbitten
Turnover and Tuck Casting -- Tight Line and Euro Nymphing Skills, #2

Troutbitten

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 30:12


Part two of this Troutbitten Skills Series focuses on the tuck cast. A good tuck is a turnover cast -- where the loops unfolds completely in the air. In fact, a tuck cast is a fly-first entry, and it's perfect for setting up the tight line advantage, where we keep everything up and out of the water that we possibly can.We tuck cast not just to get deeper, but to setup the fly, tippet, sighter and leader in the best possible position to drift the flies down one seam. Accuracy starts with a good tuck, and not just accuracy over where the fly goes, but where all the parts of the leader go too.My friend, Austin Dando, joins my on Episode Two for an in-depth discussion of this technique.(Season three will return to my full panel of friends, with longer form discussion about all things fly fishing.)Remember, this is part two of a nine-part skill set. Think of a Troutbitten Skills series as a course in one topic or one aspect of fly fishing, with different sections that eventually build a full set of knowledge.Each of these podcasts is supported by a companion article of the same topic. And you can find the full overview of the Nine Essential Skills for Tight line and Euro Nymphing here:READ: Troutbitten | The Nine Essential Skills for Tight Line and Euro NymphingREAD; Troutbitten | #2 Turnover and Tuck Casting -- Nine Essential Skill for Tight Line and Euro NymphingWe Cover the FollowingThe fly first entryThe tight line advantageTrue turnoverCasting vs lobbingPut more juice in the castLeader designRod powerLoading the rod and feeling the tugLeader power / Leader pushAngles and depths of a good tuck castResourcesREAD: Troutbitten | The Nine Essential Skills for Tight Line and Euro NymphingREAD: Troutbitten | Category | The Mono RigREAD: Troutbitten | Turnover and Tuck CastingREAD: Troutbitten | The Tuck Cast READ: Troutbitten | It's Casting, Not LobbingREAD: Troutbitten | Put More Juice in the CastREAD: Troutbitten | TurnoverVisit:Troutbitten WebsiteTroutbitten InstagramTroutbitten YouTubeTroutbitten FacebookFrom Avidmax.com -- 10% OFF for podcast listeners. Use the code TROUT10Visit Avidmax.com through this link

Troutbitten
Angle and Approach -- Tight Line and Euro Nymphing Skills, #1

Troutbitten

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 26:24


Season two of the Troutbitten podcast comes in a new format. It's a mini-series of connected episodes that build out a set of specific tactics. The topic for this first skills series is the Nine Essential Skills for Tight Line and Euro Nymphing, and I'm joined by my friend, Austin Dando.(Season three will return to my full panel of friends, with longer form discussion about all things fly fishing.)These episodes are short, deeply tactical and packed with the how-to of just one technique -- a tightly focused look at one topic. Each episode is intertwined or woven together with the others that surround it. By the end of this skills series, you'll have a detailed picture of the tactics — and hopefully a thorough understanding of what's possible on the water.Think of a Troutbitten Skills series as a course in one topic or one aspect of fly fishing, with different sections that eventually build a full set of knowledge.Nine for NineI recently published the last chapter in the nine skills essential for tight line and euro nymphing. Now, we're taking each of these skills and building a podcast around them. The article series and the podcast series go hand in hand.Why?Tight line and euro nymphing is very popular right now. Because it's an efficient system, and it's fun. But tight line and euro nymphing is misunderstood too. The many different rigs and methods of casting or delivery are what make all of this so interesting, but it's what leads to confusion and mistaken concepts about what this is and how to get it done.These nine skills are critical — they are the foundation for everything else that we do with a Mono Rig -- all the indy styles, dry dropper, streamer fishing, etc.Understanding these skills in depth is what allows the advanced angler to make decisions to adapt their own rig and discover their own variations on the tactics.Episode One of this skills series is about angle and approach.We Cover the FollowingThe tight line advantageLimiting the rangeUpstream two and over oneFlies track to the rod tipOne lane -- one seamForty-five to forty-fiveWhen to end the driftThe trouble with casting acrossWading disciplineWater typeResourcesREAD: Troutbitten | The Nine Essential Skills for Tight Line and Euro NymphingREAD: Troutbitten | Category | The Mono RigREAD: Troutbitten | Angle and ApproachREAD: Troutbitten | One Great Nymphing TrickVisit:Troutbitten WebsiteTroutbitten InstagramTroutbitten YouTubeFrom Avidmax.com -- 10% OFF for podcast listeners. Use the code TROUT10Visit Avidmax.com through this link

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast
The Stupid Things we do for Trout, with Doug Thompson

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 78:02


Todays guest might make you mad. If you're a trout angler he will certainly make you feel uncomfortable. Doug Thompson [37:29] is the author of The Quest for the Golden Trout, and the book is not what you think it might be from the title. He is a professor in geoscience and environmental studies and does research in geomorphology and hydrology. In examining critically what we do to ensure trout fishing, Douglas Thompson gores some sacred cows, including our obsession with stocking trout, non-native species we introduce, the way we manipulate the physical structure of rivers to benefit trout, and even the fishing tackle industry itself. You might think this book would make me angry, but it's carefully researched and argued and has made me look differently at the structure of our entire trout-fishing industry. In the Fly Box this week, we have some great questions and tips, including: How do I repair an exposed thread and a bent ferrule on my bamboo fly rod? How do I know when it's time to replace my sinking line? How can I distinguish between weighted and unweighted flies? Do people fish for walleye and American shad with a fly rod? If so how do they do it? Why do I foul hook fish when fishing with two nymphs? Which floating line is best with my 10-foot 3-weight Clearwater? Do you have some tips for casting with a sinking line? A tip on feeling better about getting skunked A story about why we should always debarb our hooks What does Tom do when he is in a slump?

Weird Medicine: The Podcast
488 - Trout Mask Replicant

Weird Medicine: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 79:19


Dr Steve, Dr Scott and NP Mel B discuss: Pig Heart Transplant What to do with your body when you die Cannabinoids and Covid-19 Anaesthesia Risks Acetaldehyde Dehydrogenase Deficiency Type A personality: Inverse Dunning Kruger Covid Retinopathy Check out these important links! stuff.doctorsteve.com (for all your online shopping needs!) simplyherbals.net (for all your StressLess and FatigueReprieve needs!) Cameo.com/weirdmedicine (Book your old pal right now while he's still cheap!) betterhelp.com/medicine (get professional counseling online ... NOW) CHECK US OUT ON PATREON!  ALL NEW CONTENT! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Gourmet Music Podcast - UTR Media
70: Top 11 Gourmet Albums of 2021

Gourmet Music Podcast - UTR Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 68:14


It's our favorite podcast episode to produce each year. Our UTR Critics Panel has weighed in, and now it's time for an audio countdown of the Top 11 Gourmet Albums of 2021. ------- TRACK LIST FOR EP.70 ------- * Let Your Heart Sing - Young Oceans (from "You Are Fullness) * No Resurrection - Andy Squyers (from "Poet Priest") * Who Else - Bethany Barnard (from "All My Questions") * Stronger - Ellie Holcomb (from "Canyon") * Villain - Ross King (from "Unfinished") * Wide Awake - The Gray Havens (from "Blue Flower) * Imago Amor - Remedy Drive (from "Imago Amor") * Lost 'Cause - Switchfoot (from "Interrobang") * Weight of the World - Jon Foreman (from "Departures") * Soul of Things - Sara Groves (from "What Makes It Through") * Innocence - Needtobreathe (from "Into The Mystery") -------- CREDITS -------- * Host/Producer - Dave Trout * Top 11 Gourmet Albums Article - https://utrmedia.org/t11ga21 * SPONSOR: Judson University - https://judsonu.edu * Best Gourmet Music Videos of 2021 - https://utrmedia.org/videos21 * Info on giving a post-Buildathon donation to UTR - https://utrmedia.org/b2021 * Special thanks to the UTR Critics' Panel * Email: gourmetmusicpodcast@gmail.com (c) 2022 UTR Media. All Rights Reserved. A 501(c)(3) non-profit org - info at https://utrmedia.org

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast
Geese & So Much More - R2's In The Current

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 71:47


In this week's In The Current, the guys are all over the place.  Before we catch up with Will on his trip to Vermont, or talk to Brad about his race season, we finally get a goose season update from Catfish.  We also get into some goose tactics discussion during bad weather. Check it out!!  Instagram: @rutandriverpursuits For more In The Currents go to https://rutandriverpursuits.com/ 

Join The Ranks
Episode 24: 2022 First Base Dyno Ranks

Join The Ranks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 72:14


Taylor (@TCasesLoaded) and Joe (@joegarino) invite another new TDG writer, Sam Wirsching (@SamFBB1) on to the pod to discuss TDG's consensus first basemen rankings heading into 2022.

Untangled with AC Fly Fishing
Episode 16: Do trout have sense of taste? John Fochetti & Darrin Deel

Untangled with AC Fly Fishing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 48:48


Episode 16 of the Untangled Podcast features guides John Fochetti and Darrin Deel. We chat a bit about saltwater fishing, John's hectic guide life and ask some serious questions about why trout eat the flies they do.

The River Rambler
Episode 62 - Ian Tattam

The River Rambler

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 53:51


Welcome to the first episode of 2022. I'm joined by Ian Tattam of the ODFW. We get right into it with his first salmon and steelhead, schooling, the relationship between steelhead and beavers, tagging fish, river closings, ocean survival rates, smallmouth bass, and so much more.

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast
Big Tennessee Buck Down - Guest Host Michelle Harmes

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 63:15


In this week's Sonic Campfire, our guest host is best friend of the Pod, Michelle Harmes.  Michelle joins us to fill everyone in on the epic deer that she was able to harvest.  She's on her own property in TN and has been watching this buck all year.  Listen in to hear how it all went down.  Check it out!! Instagram:  Michelle_Harmes For more Sonic Campfires go to https://rutandriverpursuits.com/

Positively No Outlet
Calling Home and Sleeping Tight

Positively No Outlet

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 18:07


Back on the road in 2021, George keeps to the rules of staying off the interstates and visiting every small-town museum he sees. In Gridley, Illinois he takes us to the Gridley Phone Museum and a safe with the combination written on the door. Then it is on to Petosi, Wisconsin and the Petosi Brewery where we meet the people behind the resurrection of a local brewery that also houses the world's best beer museum.

Gourmet Music Podcast - UTR Media
69: Best of 2021 - Honorable Mentions

Gourmet Music Podcast - UTR Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 41:06


We share selections from the 6 Honorable Mention albums that almost made our Top 11 list. Plus we introduce you to a North Carolina native making his UTR debut. --------- TRACK LIST FOR EP.69 -------- * Never Be Another One (from "Skin and Wind") - Charlie Peacock * Milk & Honey (from "Milk & Honey") - Crowder * All Flame (from "Recognition") - Carolyn Arends * Aces Over Eights (from "Deep Cuts") - The Choir * You Have My Heart (from "Onward & Upward") - Jervis Campbell * Listening (from "Remember") - Future of Forestry ---------- CREDITS ---------- * Host/Producer - Dave Trout * 2021 Honorable Mentions article - https://utrmedia.org/hm2021 * SPONSOR1: Graham Jones - https://is.gd/gjgngjsp * SPONSOR2: Jonathan & Emily Martin - https://is.gd/jemtellsp * Best Gourmet Music Videos of 2021 - https://utrmedia.org/videos21 * Help support UTR with a post-campaign donation - https://utrmedia.org/b2021 * Special thanks to members of the UTR Critics' Panel! * Email: gourmetmusicpodcast@gmail.com (c) 2021 UTR Media. All Rights Reserved. A 501(c)(3) non-profit org - info at https://utrmedia.org

Pulling Tarp Podcast
Sneaking in the Smoked Trout (w/ Casey Catherwood, Creative Director, Tacoma Rainiers)

Pulling Tarp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 54:44


Casey Catherwood joins the show to talk about wearing a suit and tie during games, having his own fan club on Instagram, an unexpected gift from a fan, his art, and helping a cow off the field, and so much more!

Fish Untamed
Ep 66: The Art of Preparing Fish, with Hank Shaw

Fish Untamed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 61:30


Hank Shaw is a cook, author, and procurer of wild and whole foods. He has written several wild game cookbooks, including Buck, Buck, Moose; Pheasant, Quail, Cottontail; Duck, Duck, Goose; and his newest called Hook, Line, and Supper. In this episode, Hank walks me through the entire process of eating your catch, from care in the field, to gutting and filleting, and finally cooking. We end with a super simple recipe for pan-fried whole trout that even the most novice cook can tackle.   Hank's Books Website: Hunter, Angler, Gardener, Cook Instagram: @huntgathercook

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast
Presents & More - R2's In The Current

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 63:07


In this week's In The Current, the crew gathers around the table to share details of some amazing gifts they received.  We also talk some more with Catfish and Will about their trip to Lake Raystown.  Brad's got a new crossbow, and the guys are all looking forward to late season.  Check it out!!  Instagram: @rutandriverpursuits For more In The Currents go to https://rutandriverpursuits.com/ 

Fly-Fishing Insider Podcast
Episode 151 - Jesse Gardziel - Trophy Trout Chasing

Fly-Fishing Insider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 72:00


In this Fly Fishing Insider Podcast episode, your host Christian Bacasa speaks with trophy trout chaser Jesse Gardziel. The now Colorado Springs native and passionate young angler has done quite a bit of research on his fisheries to get into more than a few trophy trout. Listen in to hear how Jessie works to find these beautiful specimens.  Now available on WAYPOINT TV - https://waypointtv.com/ Connect with me on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, LinkedIn Business, Pinterest, and YouTube. Other Mentions in this Podcast:  Trout Unlimited Contact Guest:  Instagram - @jessehunterflyfishing Etsy - https://www.etsy.com/shop/FliesThatDiveUS This Episode's Sponsors: This episode is proudly sponsored in part with the following:  Angler's Coffee - www.anglerscoffee.com - @anglerscoffeeco - Business owners and anglers, Angler's Coffee has been on the leading edge of coffee for over 40 years.   Dupe a Fish - Register Now; we aim to have a comprehensive list of service providers that can guide you in selecting the perfect trip for you and your party. Book a trip now and have your own adventure of a lifetime! www.dupeafish.com and @dupeafish  Like the Podcast, Show Us:  I know you will love this podcast and the guests; please share, like, and support this episode.  Do you have an excellent idea for a guest or an Episode? Please let us know. You can reach the team at www.flyfishinginsiderpodcast.com. We are also very social where you can find a tone of great fly-fishing content, giveaways, tips, and more follow us on Instagram @flyfishinginsiderpodcast or see our Facebook page Fly Fishing Insider Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Articulate Fly
S4, Ep 1: Tip of the Mitt Fishing Report with True North Trout

The Articulate Fly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 9:33


Brian Kozminski of True North Trout updates us on early January conditions in Upper Michigan. Thanks to our friends at Norvise for sponsoring the fishing report! If you missed our full length interview with Koz, you can check it out here! Have a question for Koz? Send us a message on our Facebook page, and we will read it on the next report. Book at Trip with True North Trout Support the Show Shop on Amazon Become a Patreon Patron All Things Social Media Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow Koz and TNT on Facebook (Koz), Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Follow the TNT blog for environmental updates and news. Subscribe to the Podcast or, Even Better, Download Our App Download our mobile app for free from the Apple App Store, the Google Play Store or the Amazon Android Store. Subscribe to the podcast in the podcatcher of your choice.

St. Joseph Libertyville
1/2/22 - Fr. Trout

St. Joseph Libertyville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 9:34


Fr. Trout preaches on 1/2/22. Worship Aid: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/010222.cfm

Good Patron - UTR Media
45: Liv Douglas, Ronnie Martin, Roundtable

Good Patron - UTR Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 56:42


45: Liv Douglas, Ronnie Martin, Roundtable A New Year's edition of Good Patron looks back at much of the crowdfunding goodness from 2021, including a roundtable discussion. -------- SPOTLIGHT CAMPAIGN -------- * Liv Douglas - Good Grief https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/livdouglasmusic/good-grief-by-liv-douglas -------- OTHER CAMPAIGNS -------- * Ronnie Martin - From The Womb Of The Morning, The Dew Of Your Youth Will Be Yours - https://velvetbluemusic.com/shop/ronnie-martin-from-the-womb-of-the-morning-the-dew-of-your-youth-will-be-yours/ ---------- CREDITS --------- * Host/Producer - Garret Godfrey * Executive Producer - Dave Trout * SPONSOR1: Sara Groves - https://is.gd/sgwmitsp * SPONSOR2: Jonathan & Emily Martin - https://is.gd/jemtellsp * Guest1: Phil Vecchio from PopVoxMusic - https://popvoxmusic.com/ * Guest2: Dave Trout from UTR Media - https://utrmedia.org * Twitter - https://twitter.com/goodpatron * Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/crowdfundingchristianmusic * Email - goodpatronpodcast@gmail.com (c) 2021 UTR Media. All Rights Reserved. A 501(c)(3) non-profit org - info at https://utrmedia.org

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast
10 Ways to Become a Better Fly Fisher, with Todd Tanner

The Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 102:04


This week, my guest is Todd Tanner [39:47], a journalist who writes for many of the fly-fishing websites and magazines and is Fly Fishing editor of Sporting Classics magazine. Todd is also the president of Conservation Hawks, an organization dedicated to educating fishers and hunters on the threats of climate change, and is the president of the School of Trout. Todd is a thoughtful guy, and he discusses the ten things he sees as essential to becoming a great fly fisher. And no, we don't talk about choosing the right fly or using the correct knot. I think some of his thoughts about this topic will surprise you and may make you think differently about your path to becoming happier and less insecure on a trout stream. We have some great questions and tips in the Fly Box this week, including: I want to start Euro nymphing. What's most important--should I look at a new rod, a new reel, or a new line? Which is better for a bonefish leader--nylon or fluorocarbon? A high school senior informs us of a conservation issue and an innovative way to raise funds for the cause. What books should I get as a guide to western hatches? Is it a good idea to attach my leader to a permanent section of monofilament with a blood knot as opposed to a loop-to-loop connection? Tips from a listener on the value of journaling and how to make an insect seine out of your landing net. Should I be using fishing clasps on my trout flies? Is it OK to practice casting in the snow? What should I look at when upgrading my small-stream trout rod? Can steelhead mate with resident rainbows? A suggestion from a listener on why a "dangling" fly is attractive to trout.

Salt Strong Fishing
EP 374: The World Record Redfish, Trout, Snook, Flounder, & Ladyfish!

Salt Strong Fishing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 28:42


In this episode, we review all of the top world records for redfish, speckled trout, snook, flounder, and even ladyfish! Some of these records are absolutely nuts and will probably never be overtaken. Enjoy and tight lines.

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast
Deer & Geese Still Dropping - R2's In The Current

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 98:07


In this week's In The Current, the crew settles in after another great meal.  We are joined by our good friend Cody Mummert.  Cody is here to talk about the buck he got in PA Rifle season.  We also get updates from the rest of the guys and Catfish fills us in on how goose season is going to far.  Check it out!!  Instagram: @rutandriverpursuits For more In The Currents go to https://rutandriverpursuits.com/ 

The Destination Angler Podcast
Cutthroat Mecca: Jackson Hole, Wyoming with Scott Sanchez and Howard Cole

The Destination Angler Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 75:18


Our destination is Jackson, Wyoming, and the famed Snake River.  And our guests are two industry icons and world-renown fly tiers, Scott Sanchez and Howard Cole, JD High Country Outfitters.  If you could pick a perfect spot to open a fly shop, Jackson Hole just might just be at top of the list. The number and variety of fly fishing opportunities in this area are astounding, not to mention the scenery.  Scott and Howard have written hundreds of articles, invented dozens of innovative fly patterns, and have won numerous industry awards.  Here they cover all the key rivers and access points, the history of Jackson Hole, cutthroat migration patterns, the “one fly” competition, and why the Snake is a great place to catch a native Cutthroat on a dry. Stick around for the back half of the show as these master fly tiers describe their process for inventing new patterns.  Bonus:  Flat Creek and the National Elk Refuge will challenge the best of anglers.   With Host, Steve Haigh About Scott Sanchez and Howard Cole Scott and Howard's top pictures of the Jackson Hole: @DestinationAnglerPodcast on Instagram and Facebook JE High Country Outfitters:  http://www.jdhcoutfitters.com/ Follow Scott and Howard:   Instagram @jdhighcountry  | Facebook @jdhcoutfitters Scott's books: Introduction to Saltwater Fly Tying, A New Generation of Trout Flies, The Never-Ending Stream Our Sponsors: JP Ross Fly Rods & Company - specializing in small stream rods:   https://www.jprossflyrods.com/  Facebook @jprossandcompany   Instagram @jprossflyrods.  Use Happyfish for $50 off any rod purchase. Destination Angler: The Destination Angler Website and Show Notes:   http://destinationangler.libsyn.com/ Get updates and pictures of destinations covered on each podcast: @DestinationAnglerPodcast on Instagram and Facebook Join in the conversation with the @DestinationAnglerConnection group on Facebook: Comments & Suggestions:  host, Steve Haigh, email shaigh50@gmail.com Available on Apple, Spotify, or where ever you get your podcasts Recorded Dec 13, 2021.  Episode 55. Music on the show by A Brother's Fountain, “Hitch Hike-Man”.    Podcast edited by Podcast Volume  https://www.podcastvolume.com/

WTIP Boundary Waters Podcast
BWCA Trout Opener 2022 DNR CO Kylan Hill

WTIP Boundary Waters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 12:43


The ice fishing season for trout on inland lakes located entirely within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness opens Saturday, Jan. 1. Stream trout and lake trout can be caught by anglers willing to brave the cold temperatures expected this weekend in the BWCA. The high temperature for the Mid-Gunflint Trail area on the opening day of the trout season is below zero. Overnight lows on New Year's Eve and Saturday night are expected to be in the high teens below zero or 20-below zero, possibly colder. Wind chill values will make these temperatures feel even colder. Lake trout will be a primary target for many anglers this weekend, though some lakes in the BWCA do hold other species of trout as well. Stream trout are defined as splake, brook, brown and rainbow trout. The possession limit remains unchanged, at five, with not more than three fish longer than 16 inches. The possession limit for lake trout is two. Examples of lakes that open for trout fishing this weekend on the eastern side of the BWCA include Daniels, Ram and Topper. Lakes that are partially inside the BWCA do not open to trout fishing this weekend. Examples of lakes that are not open to trout fishing on Jan. 1 include Clearwater, Seagull and Meditation. WTIP Boundary Waters Podcast host Joe Friedrichs spoke with Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Conversation Officer Kylan Hill about the upcoming trout opener in the BWCA.

Green and Bold
A's hand the reins to Mark Kotsay; Joe reveals his Hall of Fame ballot

Green and Bold

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 61:35


https://www.bigheadsmedia.com/green-and-bold/

St. Joseph Libertyville
12/26/21 Fr. Trout

St. Joseph Libertyville

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 4:15


Fr. Trout preaches on 12/26/21. Worship Aid: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/122621.cfm

Driftwood Outdoors
Ep. 122: The Year In Review: 2021

Driftwood Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 74:55


Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down to reflect on a roller coaster of a year that was 2021.Topics Discussed: Cabin fire; Bill Dance interview; Missouri State Penn ghost tour; Blacktail deer hunt; PNW; Will Jimeno; Resolutions; The Best and Worst of 2021: Mystery bait bucket and more.Special Thanks To CZ-USA:https://cz-usa.com/Special Thanks To Living The Dream Properties:https://livingthedreamland.com/Special Thanks To Hunting Works For Missouri:https://huntingworksformo.com/Special Thanks To Mongo Attachments:https://www.mongoattachments.com/Special Thanks To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:http://www.scenicriverstaxidermy.com/Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:https://www.facebook.com/DriftwoodOutdoors/https://www.instagram.com/driftwoodoutdoors/Email:info@driftwoodoutdoors.com

Troutbitten
Memories and Fishing Plans

Troutbitten

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 64:00


Episode 15 is for story telling. And I'm joined by my friends, Bill, Josh, Austin and Trevor to share memories and make a few plans.This is the final episode for season one of the Troutbitten Podcast. And at the tail end of this busy year, it's a great time for reflections and resolutions.My friends and I share a few lighthearted stories about the dumbest things we've ever done on the river. We also share who and what we miss most from years past. And lastly, we talk about what we want to change most about our fishing lives.It's a great discussion that's both introspective and humorous. It's also the perfect way to wrap up season one of the Troutbitten Podcast.We Cover the FollowingDom's snorkeling debacleJosh and Austin, sleeping with the wolf spidersAustin's humble brag on the Blackfoot RiverBill's finger problemsTrevor's costly fall inWhat each of us misses mostWhat each of us plans to change for the coming seasonResourcesREAD: Troutbitten | Category | StoriesREAD: Troutbitten | Your In Too Far NowREAD: Troutbitten | All the ThingsREAD: Troutbitten | How It StartedREAD: Troutbitten | Find Your Rabbit HoleVisit:Troutbitten WebsiteTroutbitten InstagramTroutbitten YouTubeTroutbitten Facebook

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast
Christmas 2021 Part 2 - An R2 Campire

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 70:46


In this week's Sonic Campfire, the crew plans to use the time to talk through some of our Christmas lists and wishes, but as always seems to happen this time of year, the phone starts ringing.  We get calls from Dan Wowak, from Coalcracker Bushcraft, & Kirk Sherbine, from PFC Outdoors.  Check it out!! Instagram:  coalcrackerbushcraft & pfcoutdoors For more Sonic Campfires go to https://rutandriverpursuits.com/

Fish Untamed
Ep 65: The Angler's Progression, with Preston Smith

Fish Untamed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 67:00


Preston Smith (also appearing in episode 47) is the Managing Partner of Wildwood Environmental Credit Company and President of Trout Headwaters, Inc. In his last episode, we discussed environmental offsets and conservation, but in this episode, he's back to talk about fishing. Specifically, we talked about the angler's progression from wanting to catch a fish, to many fish, to big fish, and finally to helping others enjoy the sport.    Website: www.wildwoodcredits.com Instagram: @wildwood_credits Facebook: /wildwoodcredits

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast
Christmas 2021 Part 1 - R2's In The Current

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 62:45


In this week's In The Current, the crew gets into the Christmas spirit.  First we hear some highlights from Christmas episodes gone by and then we are visited by our great friends Zach Ware from Cracked Bill Custom Game Calls & Courtney Stern from Life Of A Hunters Wife.    Check it out!!  Instagram: @rutandriverpursuits For more In The Currents go to https://rutandriverpursuits.com/ 

Troutbitten
Winter Fly Fishing Tips and Tactics

Troutbitten

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 61:58


Episode 14 is a deep dive into winter fishing tactics. And I'm joined by my friends, Bill, Josh, Austin and Trevor.Because the trout have different habits in the winter, we refine our approach to meet them on their own terms. Is that . . . low and slow? Sure, sometimes. Nymphing is often seen as the go-to approach, but for the winter trout angler who's attentive, the opportunities for some great streamer action are there too. Even dry flies can be an option if you keep your eyes open.Why do so few anglers fish in the winter? Well, honestly, because it's a challenge that many fishermen are not ready for. And while they might hit the water once or twice, so much is different and . . . difficult, that the results often don't meet expectations. Then the warm fireplace seems the better option, and the fly rod is leaned in the corner until springtime.So, what does it take to catch trout in the winter? That's what we discuss in this podcast.We Cover the FollowingApproach, making a plan and choosing waterFind the feeding fishDo mornings matter?Limestone vs Freestone differencesDo you need to fish midges?The egg biteStreamers in the winterWinter nymph riggingIndicators, and bobber holesResourcesREAD: Troutbitten | Category | Winter Fly FishingREAD: Troutbitten | Winter Fishing -- The Go-To Nymphing RigREAD: Troutbitten | Winter Fishing -- The Secondary Nymphing RigREAD: Troutbitten | Fly Fishing in the Winter -- The SystemREAD: Troutbitten | Modern Streamers: Too Much Motion? Are We Moving Them Too Fast ?Visit:Troutbitten WebsiteTroutbitten InstagramTroutbitten YouTubeTroutbitten Facebook

Between Two Worlds
Trout Family Christmas Special: "If You Are Missing Baby Jesus" by Jean Gietzen

Between Two Worlds

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 18:15


Welcome to a Trout Family Christmas Special! This is an audio production of "If You Are Missing Baby Jesus" by Jean Gietzen. My family and I used to make these Christmas recordings when we were little. My mom would pick a Christmas story for us to read and then assign us different parts in the story, whether it was playing the piano, repeating lines after she said them, or just wishing people Merry Christmas at the end. For us as a family, this tradition helped us remember that Christmas is not just about us getting presents, but it's about Jesus's birth. My parents would send these recordings on cassette tapes to friends and family all over the US every year. As we got older, we stopped doing the recordings, so I thought it was about time we brought it back. You are in for a treat. The whole Trout family got together to sing a song at the end, My mom shares how this whole tradition started and what it meant to us as a family, Briana and I teamed up with my cousin, Patricia, and her family here in the Netherlands for the speaking roles. I hope this story reminds you of the meaning behind Christmas and how this can be a time to serve others not just receive presents. Cast: Narrator--Scott Trout Mother-- Patricia Van Engelen Father--- Matthijs Van Engelen Older Daughter-- Carlijn Van Engelen (age 7) Younger Daughter-- Ella Van Engelen (age 5) Other Mother-- Briana Trout Crying Child--- Naomi Trout (age 1) Song Credits: Mandolin and Lead Vocals-- Eva Trout Other Singers-- Brian Trout; Connie Trout; Casey Trout; Ben Trout; Nate Trout; Trevor Trout; Katie Trout Closing Remarks-- Liliana Trout (age 3) and James Trout (age 2) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/betweentwoworldspodcast/message

Driftwood Outdoors
Ep. 121: MDC Resource Science Division Chief: Jason Sumners

Driftwood Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 90:10


Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down with Jason Sumners, Missouri Dept. of Conservation's Resource Science Division Chief to discuss an array of topics including an in-depth conservation about CWD. Topics Discussed: CWD; Turkey populations; Elk; Bear; Catfish studies; fisheries; hunting; fishing; conservation; science based decision making; Mt. Dew outdoors; Mystery Bait bucket and more.For More Info: https://www.facebook.com/moconservationhttps://mdc.mo.gov/Special Thanks To CZ-USA:https://cz-usa.com/Special Thanks To Living The Dream Properties:https://livingthedreamland.com/Special Thanks To Hunting Works For Missouri:https://huntingworksformo.com/Special Thanks To Mongo Attachments:https://www.mongoattachments.com/Special Thanks To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:http://www.scenicriverstaxidermy.com/Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:https://www.facebook.com/DriftwoodOutdoors/https://www.instagram.com/driftwoodoutdoors/Email:info@driftwoodoutdoors.com

The Compound - MLB Player Podcast
Trout vs. Miggy, New Managers in the MLB and the Worst Umpire Stories

The Compound - MLB Player Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 54:42


Link to the survey for 20 percent off is here: Click Here This week on the Compound Podcast with Ian Happ, the boys talk about the two big managerial moves made this past week, have a heated discussion about who's had a better career (so far), Miguel Cabrera or Mike Trout, and the guys talk about some of their favorite Christmas movies and worst umpire stories. Watch VIDEO episodes of the Compound Podcast on the JM Baseball Youtube Channel! And don't forget to follow The Compound on social media, on Twitter @thecompoundpod and on Instagram @thecompoundpod_

Eastern Current Fishing
EP 129: Best Hard Baits for Big Wintertime Trout (Patreon Episode Leak)

Eastern Current Fishing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 39:59


In this episode of The Eastern Current Saltwater Fishing Podcast we decided to release one of our exclusive patreon only Podcasts so that our listeners can see what goes on in the private content side of Eastern Current. In this episode we discuss our favorite hard baits for wintertime speckled trout. Cold wintertime fishing for speckled trout can mean slow fishing and long pauses and that is why so many hard baits and especially suspending hard baits do so well in these scenarios. We hope you enjoy this episode of The Eastern Current Saltwater Fishing Podcast. Do you love Eastern Current and want to help support us as well as gain access to tons of extra content that has never been released to the public? Donate through our PATREON Account! https://www.patreon.com/user?u=31609753&fan_landing=true Be Sure to checkout Eastern Current on Youtube, Facebook and Instagram as well as anywhere that you can listen to podcasts. Check out Eastern Current's website! https://etcurrent.com/ Book a Fishing Trip -Jud Brock - https://www.easternangling.com/ Book a Hunt -Jud Brock- https://www.easternwaterfowl.com/     inshore fishing , light tackle fishing , saltwater fishing , fly fishing , backwater fishing , North Carolina fishing 

Angler Chronicles Radio Show
12-11-21 ”Trout in full swing; Ways to catch more trout; Only a few more weeks for catching rock fish”

Angler Chronicles Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 118:01


Angler Chronicles Radio Show (http://www.anglerchronicles.com/) Recorded: 12-11-21   Guests & Topics: Fresh water report  Trout in full swing Stocking everywhere  Ways to catch more trout  Use the right gear Salt water tuna still being caught Only a few more weeks for catching rock fish Join Sergio & the Crew: Ron Hobbs (AC Fishing Schools Instructor), Capt. Larry Moore and Tony Williams (Bite-On Fishing) every Saturday morning on Angler Chronicles from 5:00-7:00 AM PST on AM 830 KLAA. "LIVE" from Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA ... Tune in or you can also join us “LIVE” on the web at: www.am830.net Angler Chronicles is the highest rated show in its time slot and one of the highest rated outdoor shows in the nation. Each week, the crew has a variety of guests who discuss topics ranging from bass and trout to all types of saltwater fishing. The crew, consisting of host Sergio Fainsztein, Ron Hobbs (Co-Director AC Fishing Schools), and Tony Williams (Bite-On Fish Attractants) are ready to offer their advice and expertise as well as to answer specific questions from the listeners. Expect to hear regular updates from sportfishing captains including Capt. Rick Scott (Ocean Odyssey), Capt. Chris Pica (Dana Wharf Sportfishing), Capt. Damon Davis (Davey's Locker Sportfishing), and Capt. Rick Oefinger (Marina Del Rey Sportfishing). You can also expect weekly reports on all local fresh and saltwater destinations.  

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast
Deer Season Updates - R2's In The Current

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 70:21


In this week's In The Current, the crew settles in around the table to get caught up on everyone's der season.  We get updates from Will, Catfish, Ryan, Pik, & Steve.  We also talk about the upcoming flintlock season, the impending squirrel war, and a fishing trip some of he guys will be taking soon.  Check it out!!  Instagram: @rutandriverpursuits For more In The Currents go to https://rutandriverpursuits.com/ 

The Articulate Fly
S3, Ep 177: Tip of the Mitt Fishing Report with True North Trout

The Articulate Fly

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 10:17


Brian Kozminski of True North Trout updates us on mid-December conditions in Upper Michigan. Thanks to our friends at Norvise for sponsoring the fishing report! If you missed our full length interview with Koz, you can check it out here! Have a question for Koz? Send us a message on our Facebook page, and we will read it on the next report. Book at Trip with True North Trout Support the Show Shop on Amazon Become a Patreon Patron All Things Social Media Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Follow Koz and TNT on Facebook (Koz), Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Follow the TNT blog for environmental updates and news. Subscribe to the Podcast or, Even Better, Download Our App Download our mobile app for free from the Apple App Store, the Google Play Store or the Amazon Android Store. Subscribe to the podcast in the podcatcher of your choice.

The Wadeoutthere Fly Fishing Podcast
WOT 70: Rocky Mountain Golden Trout with Dana Osthoff

The Wadeoutthere Fly Fishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 51:23


In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Dana Osthoff from Madison Wisconsin.  Dana grew up in a fly fishing family and started going as a teenager with her father and brother on backpacking trips to high mountain lakes in Wind River Range of Wyoming in search of golden trout on the fly.  We discuss the challenges and rewards of chasing goldens as well as tips and techniques that Dana has picked up in her recent year of fly fishing progress in the Driftless Region.If you want to find out more about Dana and her fly fishing journey follow her on Instagram at: @danaosthoff.flyfishingFor more fly fishing stories, lessons learned, and artwork check out my blog and online gallery at: https://wadeoutthere.com/

Troutbitten
Big Trout From Pennsylvania to Montana -- With Guest, Matt Grobe

Troutbitten

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 76:47


In this episode, I get together with my long time friend, Matt Grobe, for a candid, entertaining, fun and technical discussion about wild trout, big trout, and the differences between the fishing cultures and opportunities available in two of the meccas for trout fishing in the states -- Pennsylvania and Montana.Matt has lived and fished hard in both states, and he's been fortunate enough to live a life on the water, not just chasing wild trout, but chasing the big ones. He's always had a knack for turning over the next top tier fish. And in our conversation, Matt offers some great tips for targeting big trout and consistently putting them in the net.Matt Grobe is one of the best fishermen that I know. He's honest and realistic. He values wild trout, and he hates the shortcut. Matt doesn't fish setups. He earns every trout because he appreciates the experience — the fair chase for wild trout in wild places. He's a technician on the water, but he's not competitive. He's generous but secretive in all the best ways. Matt searches for answers out there, and trout fishing has been part of his life for a long, long time. Matt's one of my favorite people that I've ever shared the water with, and I wish he still lived in Pennsylvania.We Cover the FollowingThe Crossover TechniqueThe origins of naming two foot trout -- yes, Matt started this nonsenseKey differences between PA and MTWhy Matt focuses on big troutWhy does the quality or the origins of big trout matter?Wild vs stocked in PADo thirty inch trout exist without a setup?Do you need streamers for big trout?Where to target big trout most oftenMatt's windy bugger techniqueResourcesREAD: Troutbitten | From Pennsylvania to Montana and BackREAD: Troutbitten |  Streamer Presentations -- Crossover TechniqueREAD: Troutbitten | Category | The Mono RigREAD: Troutbitten | Modern Streamers: Too Much Motion? Are We Moving Them Too Fast ?Visit:Troutbitten WebsiteTroutbitten InstagramTroutbitten YouTubeTroutbitten Facebook

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast
The Provider Life - Guest Host Chad Mendes

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 61:29


In this week's Sonic Campfire, our guest host is Chad Mendes.  You may know Chad from his MMA fights, but he's just as dangerous in the outdoors and in the kitchen.  Listen in as the crew gets to know Chad and dive into his cookbook, The Provider Cookbook.  We're all very excited for this, but none more so than Ms Leanna.  Check it out!! Website: https://theproviderlife.com  For more Sonic Campfires go to https://rutandriverpursuits.com/

In The Film by Maine Fly Guys
Are Salmon Being Abandoned In Maine

In The Film by Maine Fly Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 77:40


Weebo and Greg address an article published in The FlyFisherman Magazine written by Brian Erwin, Are Salmon Being Abandoned By Maine? 

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast
Rifle Season Here - R2's In The Current

Rut and River Pursuits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 66:16


In this week's In The Current, some of the crew is missing...but that's because it's rifle season in PA.  Listen in as Will, Brad, Stevie, Spittle & Bucky get us an update on how things have been going.  We also hear about a new blood hound that's helping the crew take up some trails & some trapping updates.  Check it out!!  Instagram: @rutandriverpursuits For more In The Currents go to https://rutandriverpursuits.com/ 

Midnight Train Podcast
The Michigan Lake Triangle. Was it aliens?

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 116:01


We're going back to the creepy, mysterious, and strange this week. We're heading up to Lake Michigan, where tons of ships and planes have gone missing, and other odd things have occurred in what is known as the Lake Michigan triangle. Full disclosure, being from Ohio, the only reason we are covering this is that it's not the actual state of Michigan, just a lake that was unfortunately cursed with the same name. So we'll only discuss the state if we absolutely have to. We kid, of course.. Or do we… At any rate, this should be another interesting, fun, historically jam-packed episode full of craziness! So without further ado, let's head to lake Michigan!    So first off, let's learn a little about Lake Michigan itself because, you know, we like to learn you guys some stuff!    Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes of North America. It is the second-largest of the Great Lakes by volume and the third-largest by surface area after Lake Superior and Lake Huron. Lake Michigan is the largest lake by area in one country. Hydrologically Michigan and Huron are the same body of water (sometimes called Lake Michigan-Huron) but are typically considered distinct. Counted together, it is the largest body of fresh water in the world by surface area. The Mackinac Bridge is generally considered the dividing line between them. Its name is derived from the Ojibwa Indian word mishigami, meaning large lake. We've also seen the title translated as "big water," so honestly, we're not sure of the translation, but those are the two we see most often. Lake Michigan touches Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. According to the New World Encyclopedia, approximately 12 million people live along the shores of Lake Michigan. Major port cities include Chicago, Illinois (population: 2.7 million); Milwaukee, Wisconsin (600,000); Green Bay, Wisconsin (104,000); and Gary, Indiana (80,000). Water temperatures on Lake Michigan make it to the 60s in July and August and can sometimes make it into the 70s when air temperatures have been in the 90s for several successive days.   The water of Lake Michigan has an unusual circulatory pattern — it resembles the traffic flow in a suburban cul-de-sac — and moves very slowly. Winds and resulting waves keep Lake Michigan from freezing over, but it has been 90 percent frozen on many occasions. Ocean-like swells, especially during the winter, can result in drastic temperature changes along the coast, shoreline erosion, and difficult navigation. The lake's average water depth is 279 feet (85 meters), and its maximum depth is 925 feet (282 meters).   Marshes, tallgrass prairies, savannas, forests, and sand dunes that can reach several hundred feet provide excellent habitats for all types of wildlife on Lake Michigan. Trout, salmon, walleye, and smallmouth bass fisheries are prevalent on the lake. The lake is also home to crawfish, freshwater sponges, and sea lamprey, a metallic violet eel species.   The lake is also home to a wide range of bird populations, including water birds such as ducks, Freddy the fox in bird costume, geese, swans, crows, robins, and bald eagles. Predatory birds such as hawks and vultures are also prevalent on the lake. This is mainly due to the wealth of wildlife to feast upon. The pebble-shaped Petoskey stone, a fossilized coral, is unique to the northern Michigan shores of Lake Michigan and is the state stone.   Today, the formation that is recognized as Lake Michigan began about 1.2 billion years ago when two tectonic plates were ripped apart, creating the Mid-Continent Rift. Some of the earliest human inhabitants of the Lake Michigan region were the Hopewell Native Americans. However, their culture declined after 800 AD, and for the next few hundred years, the area was the home of peoples known as the Late Woodland Native Americans. In the early 17th century, when western European explorers made their first forays into the region, they encountered descendants of the Late Woodland Native Americans: the historic Chippewa; Menominee; Sauk; Fox; Winnebago; Miami; Ottawa; and Potawatomi peoples. The French explorer Jean Nicolet is believed to have been the first European to reach Lake Michigan, possibly in 1634 or 1638. In early European maps of the region, the name of Lake Illinois has also been found to be that of "Michigan," named for the Illinois Confederation of tribes.   The Straits of Mackinac were an important Native American and fur trade route. Located on the southern side of the straits is the town of Mackinaw City, Michigan, the site of Fort Michilimackinac, a reconstructed French fort founded in 1715, and on the northern side is St. Ignace, Michigan, the site of a French Catholic mission to the Indians, founded in 1671. In 1673, Jacques Marquette, Louis Jolliet, and their crew of five Métis voyageurs followed Lake Michigan to Green Bay and up the Fox River, nearly to its headwaters, searching for the Mississippi River. By the late 18th century, the eastern end of the straits was controlled by Fort Mackinac on Mackinac Island, a British colonial and early American military base and fur trade center founded in 1781.  With the advent of European exploration into the area in the late 17th century, Lake Michigan became used as part of a line of waterways leading from the Saint Lawrence River to the Mississippi River and thence to the Gulf of Mexico. French coureurs des Bois and voyageurs established small ports and trading communities, such as Green Bay, on the lake during the late 17th and early 18th centuries. In the 19th century, Lake Michigan was integral to the development of Chicago and the Midwestern United States west of the lake. For example, 90% of the grain shipped from Chicago traveled by ships east over Lake Michigan during the antebellum years. The volume rarely fell below 50% after the Civil War, even with the significant expansion of railroad shipping.   The first person to reach the deep bottom of Lake Michigan was J. Val Klump, a scientist at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee in 1985. Klump reached the bottom via submersible as part of a research expedition. In 2007, a row of stones paralleling an ancient shoreline was discovered by Mark Holley, professor of underwater archeology at Northwestern Michigan College. This formation lies 40 feet (12 m) below the lake's surface. One of the stones is said to have a carving resembling a mastodon. The construction needed more study before it could be authenticated. The warming of Lake Michigan was the subject of a 2018 report by Purdue University. Since 1980, steady increases in obscure surface temperature have occurred in each decade. This is likely to decrease native habitat and adversely affect native species' survival, including game fish. Fun fact… Lake Michigan has its own coral reef! Lake Michigan waters near Chicago are also home to a reef, although it has been dead for many years. Still, it is an exciting feature of the lake, and scientists at Shedd Aquarium are interested in learning more about its habitat and the lifeforms it supports. Dr. Philip Willink is a senior research biologist at the Shedd Aquarium who has conducted research at Morgan Shoal to find out what kind of life there is and what the geology is like. "Morgan Shoal is special because it is so close to so many people. It is only a few hundred yards from one of the most famous and busiest streets in Chicago (Lake Shore Drive)," he said in an interview.    "Now that more people know it is there, more people can make a connection with it, and they can begin to appreciate the geological processes that formed it and the plants and animals that call it home. It is a symbol of how aquatic biodiversity can survive in an urban landscape."   "I hope people continue to study and learn from Morgan Shoal. We need to keep figuring out how this reef interacts with the waves and currents of Lake Michigan," he said. "We need to continue studying how the underwater habitat promotes biodiversity." Passengers, have you heard about the Stonehenge under lake Michigan? Well, in 2007, underwater archeologist Mark Holley was scanning for shipwrecks on the bottom of Lake Michigan's Grand Traverse Bay. Instead, he stumbled on a line of stones thought to be constructed by ancient humans. They believe that this building, similar to Stonehenge, is about 9000 years old, but interestingly, on one of the stones, there is a carving in the form of a mastodon, which died out more than 10,000 years ago. The exact coordinates of the find are still kept secret – this condition was put by local Indian tribes who do not want the influx of tourists and curiosity seekers on their land. The boulder with the markings is 3.5 to 4 feet high and about 5 feet long. Photos show a surface with numerous fissures. Some may be natural while others appear of human origin, but those forming what could be the petroglyph stood out, Holley said. Viewed together, they suggest the outlines of a mastodon-like back, hump, head, trunk, tusk, triangular-shaped ear, and parts of legs, he said.   "We couldn't believe what we were looking at," said Greg MacMaster, president of the underwater preserve council.   Specialists shown pictures of the boulder holding the mastodon markings have asked for more evidence before confirming the markings are an ancient petroglyph, said Holley. "They want to actually see it," he said. But, unfortunately, he added, "Experts in petroglyphs generally don't dive, so we're running into a little bit of a stumbling block there." Featured on ancient aliens below clip: Stonehenge in Northern Michigan - traverse city skip to 4:40 Soooo what's up with that… Michigan Stonehenge? Well, maybe not…   Sadly, much of the information out there is incorrect. For example, there is not a henge associated with the site, and the individual stones are relatively small compared to what most people think of as European standing stones. It should be clearly understood that this is not a megalith site like Stonehenge. This label is placed on the site by non-visiting individuals from the press who may have been attempting to generate sensation about the story. The site in Grand Traverse Bay is best described as a long line of stones that is over a mile in length.   Dr. John O'Shea from the University of Michigan has been working on a broadly similar structure in Lake Huron. He has received an NSF grant to research his site and thinks it may be a prehistoric driveline for herding caribou. This site is well published, and you can find quite a bit of information on it on the internet. The area in Grand Traverse Bay may possibly have served a similar function to the one found in Lake Huron. It certainly offers the same potential for research. Unfortunately, however, state politics in previous years have meant that we have only been able to obtain limited funding for research, and as a result, little progress has been made.   Honestly, even if it's not a Stonehenge but still possibly dating back 10,000 years, that's pretty dang terrific either way. Hopefully, they can figure out what's really going on down there!   So that's pretty sweet! Ok with that brief history and stuff out of the way, let's get into the fun stuff!   The Lake Michigan Triangle is a section of Lake Michigan considered especially treacherous to those venturing through it. It stretches from Manitowoc, Wisconsin, to Ludington, Michigan, before heading south to Benton Harbor, Michigan. It was first proposed by Charles Berlitz. A proponent of the Bermuda Triangle, he felt Lake Michigan was governed by similar forces. This theory was presented to the public in aviator Jay Gourley's book, The Great Lakes Triangle. In it, he stated: "The Great Lakes account for more unexplained disappearances per unit area than the Bermuda Triangle."   The Lake Michigan Triangle is believed to have caused numerous shipwrecks and aerial disappearances over the years. It's also been the scene of unexplained phenomena, from mysterious ice blocks falling from the sky to balls of fire and strange, hovering lights. This has led many to believe extraterrestrials are drawn to the area or perhaps home to a time portal.   Let's start with the disappearances. The first ship that traveled the upper Great Lakes was the 17th-century brigandine, Le Griffon. However, this maiden voyage did not end well. The shipwrecked when it encountered a violent storm while sailing on Lake Michigan.   The first occurrence in the Lake Michigan Triangle was recorded in 1891. The Thomas Hume was a schooner built in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, in 1870. The ship was christened as H.C. Albrecht in honor of its first owner, Captain Harry Albrecht. In 1876, the vessel was sold to Captain Welch from Chicago. In the following year, the ship was bought by Charles Hackley, a lumber baron who owned the Hackley-Hume Lumber Mill on Muskegon Lake. The boat was then renamed as the Thomas Hume in 1883, after Hackley's business partner. The Hume would make many successful trips across Lake Michigan until May 21, 1891, when it disappeared, along with its crew of seven sailors. After that, not even a trace of the boat was ever found. The Hume was on a return trip from Chicago to Muskegon, having just dropped off a load of lumber. The ship remained lost until Taras Lysenko, a diver with A&T Recovery out of Chicago, discovered the wreck in 2005. Valerie van Heest, a Lake Michigan shipwreck hunter and researcher who helped identify the wreckage, and Elizabeth Sherman, a maritime author and great-granddaughter of the schooner's namesake, presented the discovery at the Great Lakes conference at the Great Lakes Naval Memorial and Museum. The last trip of the schooner began like many others it had completed for two of Muskegon County's prominent lumbermen, Thomas Hume and Charles Hackley. It took a load of lumber to Chicago in May of 1891.   The unloaded vessel left to return to Muskegon, riding empty and light alongside one of the company's other schooners, the Rouse Simmons, which years later would go on to legendary status as the Christmas Tree Ship.   Sherman relayed the history of the Thomas Hume's final moments. She said the two vessels encountered a squall, not a major storm or full gale that took many Great Lakes ships.    "It made the captain of the Rouse Simmons nervous enough to turn back to Chicago," she told conference members.   The Thomas Hume continued on, and no signs of the vessel, the captain, nor the six-man crew were ever seen again. Sherman said Hackley and Hume called for a search of other ports and Lake Michigan, but nothing was found, not even debris.   That's when the wild theories began. Sherman said one of the most far-fetched was that the captain sailed to another port, painted the Thomas Hume, and sailed the vessel under a different name. Another theory was a large steamer ran down the schooner, and the steamer's captain swore his crew to secrecy.   Hackley and Hume put up a $300 reward, which seemed to squelch that theory because no one stepped forward.   The wreck remains in surprisingly good shape. The video shot by the dive group of the Thomas Hume shows the hull intact, the three masts laying on the deck, the ship's riggings, and a rudder that is in quality shape. The lifeboat was found inside the sunken vessel, presumably sucked into the opening during the sinking.   So what happened? Simple explanation… Maybe a storm or squall. Better explanation… Probably aliens… Or lake monster… Yeah, probably that.   Another mysterious incident believers in the Triangle seem to reference is the Rose Belle. From their archives, the news bulletin for the day reads: "October 30, 1921: the schooner Rosabelle, loaded with lumber, left High Island bound for Benton Harbor and apparently capsized in a gale on Lake Michigan. She was found awash 42 miles from Milwaukee, with no sign of the crew. After she drifted to 20 miles from Kenosha, the Cumberland towed her into Racine harbor. A thorough search of the ship turned up no sign of the crew. She was purchased by H & M Body Corp., beached 100 feet offshore, and attempts were made to drag her closer to shore north of Racine. The corp. planned to remove her lumber."   According to the Wisconsin Historical Society's Maritime Preservation Program, the Rosabelle was a small two-masted schooner and was used to bring supplies to High Island for the House of David. It was 100 feet long, with a beam of 26 feet.   Despite appearing to have been involved in a collision, there were no other shipwrecks or reports of an accident. What's more, the 11-person crew was nowhere to be found.    We're gonna go with aliens again.   Mysterious disappearances have continued to occur along the lake's waters. For example, on April 28, 1937, Captain George R. Donner of the freighter O.M. McFarland went to rest in his cabin after hours of navigating his crew through icy waters. As the ship approached its destination at Port Washington, Wisconsin, a crewmember went to wake him up, only to find him missing and the door locked from the inside. A search of the ship turned up no clues, and Donner hasn't been seen since.   Over the years, shipwrecks stacked up, drawing attention to this region of Lake Michigan. Then, during the blizzard of November 1940, three massive freighters and two fishing tug boats sank off the coast of Pentwater, Mich., well inside this triangular boundary. Wrecks of the three freighters have been found, but the two tugboats have yet to be discovered. Whether the wreckages are lost or found, experts find it highly unusual that five ships – killing a total of 64 sailors – all sank on the same day so close together.   But did aren't the only thing that had disappeared here.    Theories surrounding UFOs and extraterrestrials roaming the skies of the Lake Michigan Triangle are spurred on by the mysterious disappearance of Northwest Airlines flight 2501. The plane was traveling from New York to Seattle, with a stop in Minneapolis, on June 23, 1950, when it seemingly disappeared out of the sky.   At 11:37 p.m. that evening, its pilot requested a descent from 3,500 to 2,500 feet due to an electrical storm. The request was denied, and minutes later, the plane disappeared from radar. Despite a massive search effort, only a blanket bearing the Northwest Airlines logo indicated the plane had gone into the water.   As days passed, partial remains began to wash ashore across Michigan, but the plane never resurfaced. According to two police officers near the scene, there had been a strange red light hovering over the water just two hours after the plane disappeared. This has led some to theorize it was abducted by aliens. However, their reason for taking the aircraft remains a mystery.   See, told you… Aliens!   Do you need more proof of aliens? Here ya go   Steven Kubacki was a 23-year-old student at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. On February 20, 1978, he was on a solo cross-country skiing trip near Saugatuck, Michigan, when he disappeared.    The next day, snowmobilers found his equipment abandoned, and police located his footprints on the ice. The way they abruptly ended suggested Kubacki had fallen through the ice and died of either hypothermia or by drowning. Seems pretty cut and dry, eh... Well, you're fucking fucking wrong, Jack! The mystery appeared all but solved until May 5, 1979, when Kubacki showed up in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Fifteen months after seemingly disappearing into the icy depths of Lake Michigan, he found himself lying in the grass, some 700 miles away.    Kubacki told reporters he had no memory of the past year and a half. However, when he awoke, he was wearing weird clothes, and his backpack contained random maps. This led him to believe he'd been traveling. He also had a T-shirt from a Wisconsin marathon, which he explained by saying, "I feel like I've done a lot of running."   The location of Kubacki's disappearance has led many to suggest he was yet another victim of the Lake Michigan Triangle. While some don't believe him regarding his supposed amnesia, others feel an alien abduction is a reason behind his disappearance and lack of memory.   So you may be asking yourself… But if this was all alien activity, why is that no mention of UFOs… Well, you're in luck cus… There are!!! In fact, Michigan, in general, has a pretty good share of UFO sightings; coincidentally, there was a sharp rise in sightings about a month after weed was legalized in the state. I'm kidding, of course…or am I. So let's take a look at s few sightings in the area! On March 8, 1994, calls flooded 911 to report strange sightings in the night sky. The reports came in from all walks of life — from police and a meteorologist to residents of Michigan's many beach resorts. Hundreds of people witnessed what many insisted were UFOs — unidentified flying objects.   Cindy Pravda, 63, of Grand Haven remembers that night in vivid detail — four lights in the sky that looked like "full moons" over the line of trees behind her horse pasture.   "I got UFOs in the backyard," she told a friend on the phone.   "I watched them for half an hour. Where I'm facing them, the one on the far left moved off. It moved to the highway and then came back in the same position," Pravda told the Free Press. "The one to the right was gone in blink of an eye and then, eventually, everything disappeared quickly."   She still lives in the same house and continues to talk about that night.   "I'm known as the UFO lady of Grand Haven," Pravda laughed.   Daryl and Holly Graves and their son, Joey, told reporters in 1994 they witnessed lights in the sky over Holland at about 9:30 p.m. on March 8.   "I saw six lights out the window above the barn across the street," Joey Graves told the Free Press in 1994. "I got up and went to the sofa and looked up at the sky. They were red and white and moving."   Others gave similar accounts, including Holland Police Officer Jeff Velthouse and a meteorologist from the National Weather Service Office in Muskegon County. What's more, the meteorologist recorded unknown echoes on his radar the same time Velthouse reported the lights.   "My guy looked at the radar and observed three echoes as the officer was describing the movement," Leo Grenier of the NWS office in Muskegon said in 1994. "The movement of the objects was rather erratic. The echoes were there about 15 minutes, drifting slowly south-southwest, kind of headed toward the Chicago side of the south end of Lake Michigan."   The radar operator said, "There were three and sometimes four blips, and they weren't planes. Planes show as pinpoints on the scope, these were the size of half a thumbnail. They were from 5 to 12,000 feet at times, moving all over the place. Three were moving toward Chicago. I never saw anything like it before, not even when I'm doing severe weather." Hundreds of reports of suspected UFOs were called in not only to 911 dispatchers but also to the Mutual UFO Network's (MUFON) Michigan chapter.    MUFON, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization founded in 1969, bills itself as the "world's oldest and largest civilian UFO investigation and research organization."   The reported UFO sightings were the largest since March 1966, Bill Konkolesky, Michigan state director of MUFON, told the Free Press.   "It was one of the big ones in the state. We haven't seen a large UFO (reported sighting) wave since that time," Konkolesky said.   Wow… Awesome!    A mysterious video, apparently shot from Chicago in late 2020 or early 2021, shows a fleet of UFOs above Lake Michigan, and most of them look like bright orbs. These UFO orbs hovered in the skies for several minutes, and at one point in time, some of these lights disappeared before appearing again.  The eyewitness who witnessed this eerie sighting claimed that these UFO lights used to appear above Lake Michigan several times in the past.   The video was later analyzed by self-styled alien hunter Scott C Waring, who enjoys a huge fan following online. After analyzing the mysterious footage, Waring claimed that something strange was going on in the skies of the United States. He also suggested that there could be an underground alien base in Lake Michigan. "The lights were so close to the water that sometimes the reflection of the UFOs could be seen. Aircraft can be seen flying over the lights once in a while, but the lights and aircraft stay far apart. These lights are a sign that there is an alien base below lake Michigan. Absolutely amazing and even the eyewitnesses noticed other people not looking at the UFOs. Very strange how people are too busy to look out the window. 100% proof that alien base sites at the bottom of Lake Michigan off Chicago coast," wrote Waring on his website UFO Sightings Daily.    There have been shitload UFO sightings in the area of the Lake Michigan Triangle, only fueling more speculation. So here are some of the patented midnight train quick hitters!   An early sighting occurred in November 1957, when a cigar-shaped object with a pointed nose and blunt tail, with low emitting sounds, was seen. Subsequent civilian and military air traffic controllers cited no aircraft were in the vicinity at the time.   In July 1987, five youths had seen a low-level cloud expel several V-shaped objects which hovered quietly, with bright lights. Then, the things reentered the cloud formation and rapidly departed toward the lake's north end.   In August 2002, seven miles off the Harrisville shoreline, two freighter sailors observed a textured, triangular-shaped object soar above and follow their ship. Then, the thing made a 90-degree turn and quickly disappeared.   In September 2009, a couple left their residence to close their chicken coop for the evening. They jointly observed a large, triangular object pursued by a military jet. In addition, they noted two bright and beaming white lights when the object was overhead.   In June 2007, an 80-year-old resident inspected what appeared to be a balloon-shaped object near his fenceline. Upon his arrival, the object immediately increased to the size of a car and shot upward. He stated his body hair stood on end and when he later touched where the thing was, his hands became numb.   In October 2010, a couple experienced a sky filled with a variety of low-flying white and red objects. The couple returned to the village, where five individuals from a retail establishment joined in the observation. Later, a massive yellow orb appeared and quickly exited into the sky. The viewing lasted for nearly an hour.   Well… We're convinced, well maybe at least Moody is anyway.    Anything else weird, you ask? Why yes… Yes, there is.    Yet another odd aerial phenomenon occurred on July 12, 1883, aboard the tug Mary McLane, as it worked just off the Chicago harbor. At about 6 p.m., the crew said large blocks of ice, as big as bricks, began falling out of a cloudless sky.  The fall continued for about 30 minutes before it stopped. The ice was large enough to put dents in the wooden deck. The crew members brought a two-pound chunk of ice ashore with them that night, which they stored in the galley icebox, proving they didn't make up the story. Ouch… That's nuts.    Littered on the bottom of the Great Lakes are the remains of more than 6,000 shipwrecks gone missing on the Great Lakes since the late 1600s when the first commercial sailing ships began plying the region, most during the heyday of commercial shipping in the nineteenth century. Just over twenty percent of those vessels have come to rest on the bottom of Lake Michigan, second only in quantity to Lake Huron. So many of those have disappeared mysteriously in the Michigan triangle area. What the hell is going on there! Aliens? Weather? Portals to other dimensions?   We may never know for sure, but most likely… Aliens Movies   https://www.ranker.com/list/ship-horror-movies/ranker-film

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Lobsters and Baggage VS Trout Tickling and De-extinction

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 29:31


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Nymphing Tight Line to the Indicator Style -- Contact Nymphing Principles With An Indy

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 65:14


In Episode 12, my friends and I talk about nymphing tactics — specifically, how we take tight line principles and the tight line advantage over to an indicator nymphing system.We know that with refined skills and tactics, we can often make something happen, even on slow days. And there's really no better way to consistently fool trout — in all conditions — than to get good drifts with a nymph. These small aquatic insects are the primary food source for most trout. And with nymphing skills, we don't need to wait for rising trout or a streamer bite.Being a nymphing angler is a sustainable and successful approach. We can do it all year long — anywhere that trout live.So what's the best way to nymph?In this episode, my friends and I dig deep into one of the best ways — a nymphing tactic that I call Tight Line to the Indicator. Because when tight line or euro nymphing fails — for a variety of reasons — the answer, most often, is to take those contact principles — that tight line advantage — and combine it with an indicator system. Because the indy allows us to do things that are simply impossible on a pure tight line.So . . . I often make the point, or make this argument, that tight line or contact nymphing tactics can't be beat — that using the tight line advantage is almost unarguably the best way to get great dead drifts while having control over the course of the flies and great strike detection. But what I mean by that is not just pure tight lining. Because tight line to the indicator style is also part of my system.When it's the best tool for the job, then putting an indy on a tight line rig is a deadly variation. I build my leader to be ready for it. The rod I carry is designed for it. Because tight line to the indicator is a problem solving approach that gets the job done when pure tight lining simply cannot.We Cover the FollowingWhat does this rig look like?What is this Tight line to the indicator approach?Why isn't this style more popular or well-know?What is so special about going tight line to the indy?When do we use this style?How to line everything up in one seamLanding with contact and withoutIndicator stylesThe downsides of this approachGear for this approachResourcesREAD: Troutbitten | Tight Line Nymphing with an Indicator -- A Mono Rig VariantREAD: Troutbitten | Nymphing Tight Line vs IndicatorREAD: Troutbitten | One Great Nymphing TrickREAD: Troutbitten | Category | The Mono RigVisit:Troutbitten WebsiteTroutbitten InstagramTroutbitten YouTubeTroutbitten Facebook