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MaPop Fishing and Fishing Kit doing more for the fishing community and small businesses while having several beers. Come along as they will take this journey over several beverages, while of course talking about fishing once in awhile. Custom Fishing Products from poles, to custom lures, and fishing tips are what's in store for listeners. Many laughs and unfiltered topics will be discussed. At the end, this will be as much of a learning experience for them in the podcast world, but to them w ...
 
Shed Talks is a good humoured show about mental health and coping with life – what happens when things go wrong, and what you can do to get better and stay well. Shed Talks is hosted by Jeremy Thomas – a funny guy with experience of serious mental illness, and an advocate of good mental health. Jeremy is going to be in conversation with interesting people drawn from the world of Film, TV, Music, Books, Crime, Gardening, and Business. Interesting people who have achieved something in their li ...
 
Experience a journey in drumming with Darren Matthes, one of the Internet's first, most prolific and popular drum show hosts. drumcast.tv is for drummers of every age, style and skill level and covers a wide range of information on drums and drumming technique, from fundamental to advanced. Darren presents it all in a laid-back style while answering questions from viewers and sharing insights into how to get the most out of your time behind the drum kit. Visit drumcast.tv/contact if you have ...
 
Hi there! We are a blended family of four who are passionate about camping, nature, the great outdoors, physical activity, health, & being all-around good Canadians! We would love to inspire others to get outside & explore all that our beautiful country has to offer. Camping fosters an appreciation of nature, physical fitness, & emotional well-being. Despite being high-tech kids, our kids love camping! We asked them to help inspire your kids. Their creations are in our Kids section. For the ...
 
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Hey there BFFs, welcome back to another episode of the Beer Fish Fanatics Podcast! On today's episode we have Arlie of Angling With Arlie. Arlie is especially passionate about getting kids and their families out fishing through his Facebook community page. Along with his cousin Garry, they also put events together for veterans to get out and fish a…
 
Three-quarters of our face-to-face communication with other people is given through nonverbal cues — the way we smile, hold our arms, raise or lower our voice, and so on. This body language is what helps us make a good impression, build rapport, and collaborate and create with others. It's no wonder then, that in an age where so much of our communi…
 
Editor's Note: This is a rebroadcast. The episode originally aired in November 2017. Have you ever just wanted to get in your car, drive off into the middle of nowhere, leave behind the hustle and bustle of civilization, and just be by yourself? Well, in 1986 a man named Christopher Knight did just that and lived alone in the Maine woods without an…
 
Winston Churchill once said of his only son: "I love Randolph, but I don't like him." It's a sentiment many a parent with a tumultuous relationship with one of their children can relate to, and well describes both how Winston felt about Randolph, and how Randolph felt about his father. My guest today details Winston and Randolph's incredibly close …
 
John and Tim try to keep Lucy the Lure-matic Computer from hacking into the Berkley Fishing mainframe computer, attempt to understand spinner physics, taunt largemouth bass with “your mother was a carp and your father was a catfish”, and wax eloquent about their personal test ponds. Lures and stories mentioned in this episode: Berkley Hit Stick sma…
 
When we're failing to do the things that are most important in our lives, the typical diagnosis of the problem is to believe we're simply not working hard enough, and the typical solution to the problem is to put in more effort, apply more discipline, and grind it out. My guest would say that we're thinking about both the root and the remedy of the…
 
Hey there BFFs, welcome back to another episode of the Beer Fish Fanatics Podcast. Today, Fishing Kith joins us onsite as he is currently targeting those massive Blue Catfish. He breaks down his current game plan and how his current fishing trip is going. Sit back relax as we this is a quick episode until he is back for more Beer with MaPop Fishing…
 
If you're someone who wants to lose weight, you've probably spent some time thinking about and experimenting with different diets. Browse the literal shelves of a bookstore or the metaphorical ones of the internet, and you can find thousands of options to choose from, each with their ardent fans and supposedly decisive rationales. But which diet re…
 
Dick Moore hated school so badly, he faked appendicitis. At odds with a sadistic headteacher, his depression and anxiety were very real. An immense ability n the rugby field kept him afloat. Fast forward to university, Dick became a teacher. He then married and within 5 years was the youngest prep school headmaster in the country. He occupied that …
 
Why do we want the things we want? While we'll offer up plenty of reasons to explain our choices, my guest today says the real reason we want what we want is this: other people in our lives want those same things. His name is Luke Burgis and he's studied philosophy, theology, and classical literature, works as a business entrepreneur, investor, and…
 
Hey there BFFs, welcome back to another episode of the Beer Fish Fanatics Podcast. Today we go onsite and record behind the scenes at Kalona Brewing Company. We are joined by Head Brewer, "W" Yoder and Marketing Specialist, Christina Patramanis. This is every Craft Beer drinker's dream, we get a chance to learn everything about craft beer from the …
 
When you're deciding what to wear in the morning, or on the viability of some activity for the weekend, you'll likely turn to a weather app to see what the forecast holds. My guest today would suggest supplementing that habit with another: actually going outside, looking at the sky and feeling the air in order to engage in an ancient and satisfying…
 
Hey BFFs, we are heading back to the Ocean to talk with Kristy "K Bear" Batista! Kristy is a former marine mammal trainer and lover of animals. She is the other half of 2Bears Outdoors, so join us as she shares her outdoor adventures from down in Florida! 2Bears Outdoors YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq0_mnpi4EdATQoM2vc1OUA Podca…
 
Editor’s Note: This is a re-broadcast. This episode originally aired in April 2019. Plato’s Republic is a seminal treatise in Western political philosophy and thought. It hits on ideas that we’re still grappling with in our own time, including the nature of justice and what the ideal political system looks like. But my guest today argues that The R…
 
Seventy-six years years after the end of World War II, that singular event continues to capture our interest and fascination. There's a reason for that; the war combined two greatly compelling things — the epic, historic sweep of large-scale battles and the personal stories of the individual young men who fought in them with determined resolve and …
 
After more than a year of being cooped up due to pandemic restrictions, lots of people are itching to hit the open road and get the heck out of dodge. If that's you, my guests have some great tips for planning and executing an awesome road trip. Their names are Jeremy and Stephanie Puglisi and they're the proprietors of the RV Atlas blog and podcas…
 
Hey there BFFs, welcome back to another episode of the Beer Fish Fanatics Podcast. We get a chance today to speak with Outdoor EXPerience YouTube sensation, Tim Her. We get a chance to learn more about the fishing ways in Colorado and many priceless tips and advice from Tim on Hybrid Bass/Wiper fishing and crappie fishing. Tim gives us a little ins…
 
for knowing the death which was about to come upon them by reason of those who were going round the mountain, they displayed upon the barbarians all the strength which they had, to its greatest extent, disregarding danger and acting as if possessed by a spirit of recklessness. So wrote the Greek historian Herodotus, our main source as to what happe…
 
How do you form a meaningful connection with another person? Well, it starts with simply opening your mouth. From there, my guest says, you want to progress through a conversation, or perhaps a series of conversations, in a particular sequence of stages that will form an effective on-ramp towards a stronger relationship. Her name is Judy Apps, she'…
 
Hey there BFFs, welcome back to another episode of the Beer Fish Fanatics Podcast. Today we are taking a behind the scenes peak at making fishing plastics with an Iowa bait company, Fishing Assault. This is a family owned business ran out of Clayton's basement, your quintessential Mom and Pop shop! We didn't realize there's so much that goes into m…
 
Our world has never been more convenient and comfortable. With just a few taps of our fingers, we can order food to our door, access endless entertainment options, and keep our climate at a steady 72 degrees. We don't have to put in much effort, much less face any risk or challenge, in order to sustain our daily lives. In some ways, this quantum le…
 
Whether you've been dating someone for a short time or been married for years, there's one question that can remain perennially interesting — did I choose the right partner? My guest today has some answers to that question that aren't based on crowd-sourced anecdotes or biased personal hunches, but reams of scientific research. His name is Ty Tashi…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Beer Fish Fanatics Podcast! Today we have what we consider the most interesting man in the world, Mr. Gus "OneBear" Batista. This man has done everything from wrestling alligators for a living, to working with deadly Snakes, to even fighting off a BEAR and Lived! (Hence the nickname). On top of all these unima…
 
Fishing has long lent itself to imparting philosophical parallels and metaphorical life lessons. But these homespun platitudes can, to be honest, tend to get a little timeworn and cliche. My guest today breathes new life into what fishing, specifically fly fishing, has to teach anglers and non-anglers alike, while also giving us a look inside the s…
 
There's no shortage of information out there on how to change — how to lose weight, exercise more, curb your anger, quit smoking, and every other kind of habit someone might want to pick up or drop. But despite this avalanche of information, you're probably struggling to change just as much as you ever did. What you need is an actual strategy — to …
 
Hey BFFs! Welcome back to another episode of the Beer Fish Fanatics Podcast! We have multispecies angler, bass tournament fisherman, Iowa fishing product JB's Fishsauce Co-Owner; Cory Weaver on the show with us today. We touch on how scent plays a role in how a fish reacts, nuances of our fish species and the challenges when trying to target a new …
 
It's a common life trajectory for men: graduate college, get married, get a 9 to 5 job, have some kids, settle down in the suburbs. And somewhere along that way, they start to get a little soft and stagnant. They let themselves go, becoming less active, and more sedentary. They have more material possessions but fewer hobbies and interests. They lo…
 
We tend to throw the word "genius" around pretty casually, saying so-and-so has a genius for a particular skill, or sarcastically pointing out someone's failure by saying, "Nice work, genius!" But what makes an actual genius, a genius? My guest today has spent over two decades exploring that question by studying the world's most iconic and original…
 
Hello BFFs, on this week's episode of the Beer Fishing Fanatics Podcast, we are once again joined by the Iowa DNR's Biometrician Jeff Kopaska. Jeff gives us an insight into the most recent Central Iowa DNR Fish Netting and Survey results. We learn in-depth the types of fish caught, size, weight, and species. We even get into the NEW Iowa DNR websit…
 
Several years ago, there was a tweet that went viral which said that of Jesus' many miracles, perhaps his greatest, was having 12 close friends in his 30s. As people say, it's funny, because it's true. When my guest today came face-to-face with the anemic state of his own friendships, he set out to try to do the miraculous himself, and make friends…
 
Most everyone has experienced restlessness from time to time. A feeling of wanting more, but being unsure of how to find it; of struggling with distraction, but being unsure of what to focus on; of striking out in various directions, but not feeling any more fulfilled. While we tend to think of restlessness as a very modern phenomenon, a French dip…
 
Hey there BFFs, Welcome back to another episode of the Beer Fish Fanatics podcast! We are keeping it local to Central Iowa this episode with Derek Wilkins of 515 Fishing! We talk about <<< Video Here Derek Wilkins Social Meda: https://www.facebook.com/515FishingGuides https://www.facebook.com/groups/1788619811468631 https://www.instagram.com/515_fi…
 
Quick, think of a famous magician. Dimes to donuts, you just thought of Harry Houdini. Though it's been almost a century since his death, Houdini still occupies a prime place in the cultural imagination, and my guest explains why in his book, The Life and Afterlife of Harry Houdini, and for us today on the show. His name is Joe Posnanski, and we be…
 
Shed Talks’ very own psychologist Karen Cowan, switches to the hot seat and bears all for this extended edition. She talks candidly about growing up with aristocratic heroin and alcohol addicted parents, amidst great wealth but amidst fear, anxiety and bad asthma- never feeling safe. How protecting her younger sister helped her deal with her father…
 
Before Gary Collins left a bureaucratic government job to pursue a more independent existence off the grid, he had to work on downsizing and decluttering his life. The lessons he learned in ultimately achieving that aim apply to everyone — even those with no plans to leave civilization — who would like to lead a simpler life. Gary shares those less…
 
Hey Guys, Welcome to episode 50 of the Beer Fish Fanatics Podcast! Today's episode consists of our most varied group of topics from stereotypes to fishing etiquette but more importantly spring fishing, blue cats, Livescope on the kayak, PBs, and the SPAWN! Please feel free to give your thoughts in the comments, would love to hear our audience's opi…
 
Six people are dead in the South after at least 23 tornadoes tore through Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia last week. The damage in places like Coweta County is Georgia, well, it looks like a bomb went off there. Five people lost their lives in Calhoun County, Alabama, after the state was hit with 17 reported tornadoes. Sounds like an apocalypse mo…
 
Despite the fact that public speaking remains an important and relevant skill in our modern age -- you never know when you'll need to give a toast at a wedding, pitch an idea at work, or champion a proposal at a city council meeting -- most of us get very little instruction these days in how to do it effectively. Fortunately, my guest says, we can …
 
When it comes to proposed solutions to life's problems, whether on an individual or societal scale, the four most commonly used words these days are "According to a study . . . " This phrase is used by journalists and media outlets; we certainly use it a lot in AoM articles. And it's used in the rationales that are forwarded for implementing some n…
 
Hey there BFFs, Welcome back to another episode of the Beer Fish Fanatics podcast! Have you ever wondered what it would be like to design products for a fishing company? Well we have the Product Development Manager from KastKing ! #KastKing is making a splash in the fishing world. Scott Thomas; a vetaran in the industry is here to give some insight…
 
Editor’s Note: This is a re-broadcast. This episode originally aired in June 2018. When you start a fitness program, you tend to spend most of your time thinking about the physical part — what movements you’re going to do, how much weight you’re going to lift, or how far you’re going to run. But my guest today argues we ignore the mental aspect of …
 
Romanticism, not in terms of courtship and bouquets of roses, but as a philosophical approach to life which blossomed in the 19th century, embodies many tenets, including a nostalgia for the past, a heroic view of the world, a firm sense of right and wrong, and the idea that an individual can shape his own destiny, as well as have an outsized impac…
 
Hey Everybody, Welcome back to another episode of the Beer Fish Fanatics! As the Ice fishing season for us ended, we take a trip to the Iowa Great Lakes at Lake Okaboji!! We have Sean Tran of Sake Fishing join us on our final Ice fishing trip and episode. Sean gives us a nice recap of his Ice Fishing season along with how his custom ice rod busines…
 
When you're in the backcountry and out of cellphone range, you'll need a way to communicate and for people to find you in case of an emergency. Tim discusses the pros and cons of different satellite communicators and locators and Pamela will tell you about all the cool things at Bronte Creek Provincial Park.…
 
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