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Three times per week Australia's most successful lure fishermen share their secrets for catching Australia's iconic sports species. The Australian Lure Fishing Podcast (ALF) is on a mission to help everyday fishermen experience better fishing than they could ever have imagined. Host Greg "Doc Lures" Vinall hand picks the cream of Aussie fishermen and presses them to give up the tips that matter. It's no fluff, no nonsense, top notch fishing info. Stuff you can put into action and get immedia ...
 
Tom Rowland of Saltwater Experience Television finds interesting stories in Fishing, Hunting, Fitness and the Outdoors and brings them to you in ultra high-quality audio. Unhurried conversations with icons, up and comers and people doing amazing things outside. Text "PODCAST" to (305) 930-7346 to contact Tom directly with questions or show suggestions.
 
We love catching fish and we want to share the stoke with you. Our goal is to bring on members of the fishing community to share tips and stories to help you catch more fish. We cover a wide variety of fishing methods including surf fishing, spearfishing, inshore and offshore fishing. If you have suggestions for what you'd like us to cover, shoot us a DM on Instagram @castandspear. Tight lines and we'll see you on the water!
 
Bryan and Taylor Sears (Sears Brothers) of SeaBros Fishing and Mass Bay Guides bring to you a podcast featuring Northeast fishing tactics, reports, detailed interviews and conversations with some of the best, and most entertaining, captains, mates, and anglers in their fishery and beyond.
 
Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory podcast pushing you to question yourself and everything else. Making you think with cerebral guests, and offering alternative and mental health help. I'm your host, Adam Lowery. I have published two books, appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience, MSNBC, NASDAQ Live, NBC, multiple podcasts and radio shows. I am a retired nightclub connoisseur and drug dealer, turned retired Mental Health Therapist turned Author, Podcaster, CEO, Comedy Clu ...
 
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Despite the inevitable increasing fishing pressure, the Northern NSW coast remains well known as a hotspot for quality snapper. Today's ALF guest is Michael Starkey, a long-time tackle industry heavyweight who has been fishing the Ballina area for around 18 years. Michael loves nothing more than hitting the inshore reefs with light tackle and singl…
 
At one point, we were all beginners when it comes to fishing. Even the most experienced anglers had trouble catching fish, rigging baits, and finding good spots. But that doesn't mean your learning curve has to take years... Instead, slice the learning curve down in half (or more) by reading our Beginner's Guide To Inshore Saltwater Fishing - https…
 
Comparison has often been called “the thief of joy” and I agree with that statement. Comparing yourself to a professional athlete probably isn’t going to get you very far, in fact, it might take you several steps back. The healthiest comparison to make is to where you were the day before. You can do that by tracking and recording your workouts and …
 
Southeast Queensland is a fishing hotspot at any time of year because it's a melting pot where tropical and temperate species combine to create an incredibly diverse fishery. Spring is a transitional period that offers so many opportunities that I knew I had to get Nabeel Issa back on the podcast. Nabs has helped us multiple times previously with f…
 
Prospects if the Gulf dodges a hurricane. Fishing-isms. Why don’t we throw artificial shrimp more? Artificial baits for newbies (and maybe old salts, too). What to look for on the lines and hull of a boat, Strategies throwing topwater and corkys year-round. Fishing deep better than a structure for trout this month? WWSD? WWCD? To learn more about l…
 
Want to try out Robb's LMNT Electrolytes? Use this link for an exclusive offer... http://DrinkLMNT.com/TomRowland Robb Wolf is a former research biochemist and 2X New York Times/Wall Street Journal Best-selling author of The Paleo Solution and Wired To Eat. Along with Diana Rodgers, he co-authored the book, Sacred Cow, which explains why well-raise…
 
Central Queensland offers some pretty amazing year-round fishing opportunities as regular fishing writer and social media fishing identity John Boon will happily tell you. But spring is a season of increased activity - and there is plenty for anglers to get excited about. So for those living in or visiting Central Queensland in the coming months I …
 
The knot wars return this week and at the request of a listener I have decided to put the Slim Beauty and Two Turn Blood Knot head to head. As always I’ll be testing these knots on a Next-Tech Force-tester to maintain consistency. Both of these knots are used to eliminate a Bimini Twist from the leader to save time and make the leader much less vis…
 
On these live podcasts, sometimes things don't go as planned... What looked like an amazing little beach (with seagrass and rocks around it) turned out to be full of weeds which made it really tough to fish. We did manage a snook out of it and also some great on the water learning lessons. Listen in and enjoy.…
 
This episode we're headed back to Sydney where Shroom catches up with long-term fishing guide Stuart Reid. Stu's prowess at finding and tempting kingfish in a highly pressured fishery has been central to the success of his guiding career. Fortunately for us, he's happy to share plenty of juicy tips that can help us all enjoy some next level kingfis…
 
Injuries are an inconvenience that can and will happen if you train long enough. Many people and some doctors will recommend not working out during the recovery period but I feel strongly that is not the most beneficial to my own training and maybe yours too. Today I go over my own strategies to continue training around any injury that may happen. …
 
Robbie Alexander is an icon of freshwater fishing in Northeastern Victoria. His laid-back, no nosense VLog on Youtube is a constant source of entertainment and, more importantly, education for Australian anglers. Robbie was the first guest ever interviewed on the Australian Lure Fishing Podcast, so we're thrilled to have him back for Episode 539 to…
 
Popping cork techniques and uses, How Mirrodines work best, Proper handling of a tarpon, Cut the line on a stingray? Oh, how we hate them, Why moonphases and tides are more important than ever, WWSD? WWCD? (Dean) To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choi…
 
Calder Allen is 19 year old self-taught singer songwriter out of Austin, Texas who expresses his passion for the outdoors through his unique sound, different from most of what you’ll hear in the country or folk scene today. I found out about Calder while at Bonnaroo this year, he was one of the first acts that I saw and was a favorite performance t…
 
While at ICAST, I had a young guide approach me and ask for some advice—how do you deal with people who are actively trying to put you and your business down? This could be at the dock, in the bait shop or fly shop or even on social media. I have dealt with this throughout my career and did have some advice. Do you fight back or take a different ap…
 
Where to Find Us! Our Website Suggest a Guest Email: behindfishinglinespodcast@gmail.com Behind Fishing Lines Instagram - @behindfishinglines Christina Weber’s Instagram - @redfeesh Myriaha Luzzi’s Instagram - @outofyourmindfishing Facebook - Behind Fishing Lines Podcast Patreon Support the show
 
Many people simply get bored with the same workouts over and over and that leads to them becoming inconsistent and maybe even quitting all together. Being able to mix up routines, rep schemes and exercises can keep workouts more interesting and sometimes even more effective. The “In-Remaining Time Format” is a format that uses a set time of work an…
 
Kayak bream fishers, today's episode is just for you! Hobie Worlds Champ Andrew Death heads to Forster with recently crowned Australian Hobie Champ 2022 Russell Babekuhl. The level of information shared in this conversation is next level, it's a "must-listen" for anyone keen on targeting bream in the Forster area during the July to September period…
 
A love-hate relationship with tarpon, How to play the game of 'Jacks.' How you trailer your boat matters, Dealing with seaweed, Boat Ramp Confessional ... hold on, lemme take a picture! WWSD? WWCD? To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit http…
 
Wes and his sons Weston and Perry are owners of On a Mission Fishing Charters based in Naples, Florida. We were introduced to each other by UFC Hall of Famer Clay “the Carpenter” Guida. Any friend of Clay’s is a friend of mine. I was interested in the story of generational guiding and wanted to talk to the Bedell family about how they determined th…
 
We've had a number of ALF episodes over the past few years that have covered various approached to Mangrove Jack fishing in the Hinchinbrook area, but today's interview brings a new perspective! Guest Adam Royle has fished the area for more than 20 years and gets good results on topwater jacks even in the winter months, so I knew we needed some int…
 
The Knot Wars continue with a battle between two important saltwater fishing knots, the spider hitch and the Bimini twist both used to double the line without losing strength. Many think that the Bimini Twist is a difficult knot (it’s not) and look for an easier way. The Spider Hitch is easier to follow and today we will test it to see if it is as …
 
In this episode, we break down the best times (and species) to use shrimp lures (artificial shrimp) over live shrimp (and vice versa). One of the biggest mistakes newer saltwater anglers make is thinking they should only use one or the other. Truth is, both types of shrimp have their place and the worst mistake you can make is using the wrong shrim…
 
What we saw, who we saw, what happened, what we did, & what we thought. Where to Find Us! Our Website Suggest a Guest Email: behindfishinglinespodcast@gmail.com Behind Fishing Lines Instagram - @behindfishinglines Christina Weber’s Instagram - @redfeesh Myriaha Luzzi’s Instagram - @outofyourmindfishing Facebook - Behind Fishing Lines Podcast Patreo…
 
The Pyramid format builds upon the 10-1 format we learned last week, but provides a slight bump in difficulty. This format also stays in the theme of Physical Friday that you don’t need to break the bank in order to achieve fitness. Even if it’s just stretch of open road or playground, a stairwell or a parking lot, there are ways to work out withou…
 
The Onkaparinga River is a small system in the southern part of the Greater Adelaide area. It's a very small system and it's possible to cast a lure to the opposite bank in many places, but the system does punch well aboe it's weight for quality black bream for several months of each year. Our guest today is Joshua Davey, a fisheries scientist from…
 
Running for over ten years, The Australian Lure, Fly and Outdoors Expo is the premier event for domestic lure makers to showcase their skills and talents. Each year lure makers, fishers, tackle retailers, fly enthusiasts, tackle collectors outdoors people and more decend on the expo and buy, swap, sell, and share information Garry Fitz is the found…
 
The "topwater chop", Who has the right of way? Capts. Scott's and Caleb's tips on drag. What moon phases tell us, WWSD? WWCD? To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Dylan Tomine is an outdoor writer and Patagonia ambassador who’s works include Headwaters: The Adventures, Obsession and Evolution of a Fly Fisherman, and Closer to the Ground: An Outdoor Family’s Year on the Water, in the Woods and at the Table. His articles have also appeared in some of the top fly fishing publications in the world. Dylan also se…
 
The Knot Wars rage on and this week we take two similar knots face off, the Albright and the Alberto. This is staying with the theme from last weeks battle about seeing if small improvements to your knots can have a noticeable performance impact. Properly managing your tackle and improving it is part of controlling the controllable, which is a key …
 
If you've been in what looks like a good fishing spot but can't seem to get the bite, the problem might not be your lure or bait... it could be an invisible chemical (or chemicals) on your hands that scare away fish (and can rub off on your leader line, hook, lure, or bait). Listen in as we talk about one of the top negative smell tracks that hurt …
 
Water temperatures, and in particular changes in water temperature, fundamentally affect how fish behave, where they hang out and what they eat. So it stands to reason that by undrestanding how fish respond to temperature we can get a better sense of where we'll find them in a water body and the lures and techniques that will catch them.…
 
Nobody ever talks about ICAST before it happens. Here's our feelings pre ICAST. Past experiences, expectations, the disappointment, it's over hyped, is the new product showcase rigged, and dumb shit people do. Where to Find Us! Our Website Suggest a Guest Email: behindfishinglinespodcast@gmail.com Behind Fishing Lines Instagram - @behindfishingline…
 
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