Patriotic Angler Fishing Podcast

Sinopsis

You want to learn how to fish like the Pro's! You're in the right place. We are the most informative, provocative nuclear tested fishing podcast in America!

Episodios

  • Ask A Captain Part IV

    Ask A Captain Part IV

    28/01/2020 Duración: 01h32s

    Back to the grindstone with more fishing questions from our listeners. This weeks questions on fishing cover Blackfin Tuna regulations, Life jackets, Bass Culling, Fish short striking topwater lures and the solutions to hooking them. Kingfishing in the Clearwater Florida area and questions on redfish feeding and tailing along with snook.

  • Ask A Captain Part III

    Ask A Captain Part III

    14/01/2020 Duración: 31min
  • Captain Todd Davis Memorial

    Captain Todd Davis Memorial

    14/01/2020 Duración: 01h02min

    This show is dedicated to Captain Todd Davis, who died from a boating accident. It is with a saddened heart that I ask all my listeners to have Captain Todd and his family in their thoughts and prayers. Anyone who is a top dog in fishing knows who Captain Todd is. I summarize what I knew of his life as a Captain, professional fisherman and as a really good man with integrity, character and a incredible everlasting mark on the fishing world. Knowing Captain Todd Davis is one of the men who helped change many people's lives through fishing, including mine. He will always be a big part of my fishing life. So I ask all of you to catch a fish and release it in honor of Captain Todd Davis.

  • Ask A Captain Part II

    Ask A Captain Part II

    07/01/2020 Duración: 01h01min

    Asked by our listeners to do some more Ask A Captain questions on the air. So I picked another assortment of questions of all things fishing. From Florida to many other areas of the United States. We give lots of good information for all kinds of fishing. Just answering the fishing questions reminds me of all the fishing tactics and techniques that you never hear any other fishing shows. So sit back and listen to me destroy the English language! lol

  • Ask A Captain Anything!

    Ask A Captain Anything!

    22/10/2019 Duración: 01h01min

    Our Ask a Captain is the Dear Abby and Ann Landers of the fishing world. This week we answer fishing questions from our listeners from all over the United States, actually all over the world for that matter. Saltwater, Freshwater, Inshore, Offshore, Nearshore. Pelagic fish to bottom feeders with lures, live bait and more. Answers to fishing questions that are often asked and fishing questions that have never been asked.

  • The Craze of Saltwater Slow Jigging and Pitching

    The Craze of Saltwater Slow Jigging and Pitching

    07/10/2019 Duración: 01h01min

    Slow jigging or slow pitching is a fishing technique that was developed and used in Japan over 10 years ago. It now is a craze in the United States, even though it has been around the United States for at least 5 years. The reason the Japanese came up with the idea is to implement some new fishing techniques in areas that were highly over fished. Since they were able to locate the fish, yet not able to get the fish to eat out of hunger, they worked on a method that would get a reaction strike from the fish, rather then a hunger strike. Speed jigging or butterfly jigging was already around and the success had been good and it all worked on the reaction strike theory. The movement of the speed jigging and the original butterfly jig was a vertical reaction presentation. But the idea and movement of the lure being vertical was itself was what they wanted to change.  

  • Equipment and other Fishing Failures

    Equipment and other Fishing Failures

    17/09/2019 Duración: 01h01min

    This week we have Edwin, a high school angler, again on the show to talk about the seven most common complaints about fishing from last weeks show. We also discuss some solutions to the complaints and equipment failures. There also is not just one answer to some of the fishing failures. We give you more then a few options and tips to eliminate the complaints and problems your having.

  • What Anglers Dislike About Fishing

    What Anglers Dislike About Fishing

    12/09/2019 Duración: 01h01min

    In this episode I asked a whole bunch of anglers, women, men, young and old, the question “What Do You Dislike About Fishing”. I asked anglers to tell me their first thoughts to the answers of “What Do You Dislike About Fishing”. Some were one word answers and some where a few paragraphs long. I found it very amusing and fun what these many anglers thought.

  • Blue Crabs 101

    Blue Crabs 101

    29/08/2019 Duración: 45min

    Blue crabs can be caught from Novia Scotia to Uruguay. Florida has a fantastic blue crab fishery and they are fun to catch no matter how you go about doing it. Since there are so many ways to catch blue crab, we will cover only the most common. Along the way we will give you some blue crab facts and tell you about all the equipment you will need to recreational blue crab fish, whether that be from shore, dock, bridge or boat. Each method for blue crab fishing requires different tactics and equipment.  

  • Fishing Spillways

    Fishing Spillways

    19/08/2019 Duración: 01h02min

    Just maybe the most overlooked and underrated type of fishing in Florida are the spillway areas. I learned about fishing spillway areas by fishing them, but also by huge amounts of research. I called and spoke to power companies that use them for energy production, professors of limnology and aquatic biology. FWC biologists and many anglers that make a lifetime of fishing spillways. One in particular older gentleman named Hank who, 35 years ago was about 80 (God bless his soul) was at a spillway every night. I watched him collect moss at the spillway, take the moss and catch Tilapia and a certain species of Cichlids on small hooks at the top of the spillway. He would then go down to the bottom of the spillway into the saltwater and use the live Tilapia and Cichlids as bait for monster snook in the 50 plus inch range. He also use to catch big tarpon the same way. He did this consistently day in and day out. I can't imagine if he was alive today that he would show this on the internet. It took me about a year t

  • How To Fish Unfamiliar or New Waters

    How To Fish Unfamiliar or New Waters

    13/08/2019 Duración: 01h42s

    When you are going to fish in a new area or fish unfamiliar waters no matter where it is, you can follow some of these suggestions to have a much more successful fishing trip. The key is to find that small percentage of water that holds feeding fish or is the most productive. The suggestions will be somewhat different depending on the type of water you will be fishing (Saltwater fishing vs freshwater fishing) Example tidal current in saltwater effects everything and in freshwater fishing it would be the major and minor periods.

  • Gray Triggerfish 101

    Gray Triggerfish 101

    03/06/2019 Duración: 01h58s

    Triggerfish 101 gives you all the basics to effectively catch Grey Triggerfish, since most anglers have a hard time doing so. Why fish for Gray Triggerfish? Well they are one of the best eating fish in the ocean and there is an abundance of them. They will challenge your fishing skills like no other bottom feeder. Also being a very Aggressive feeder and relentless in their attacks upon anything they perceive as food

  • Red Snapper 101

    Red Snapper 101

    28/05/2019 Duración: 01h56s

    The controversial American Red Snapper from being commercially exploited, to being one of many anglers favorite fish to target. They are a deepwater snapper that thrives especially in the Gulf of Mexico. As always we talk a little about the biology of the fish, where to locate them and the habitat they live in and how to catch more of them and bigger sized red snapper. There are always a few facts that have never been talked about that will make you a better Red snapper angler.

  • Bonefish 101

    Bonefish 101

    06/05/2019 Duración: 01h01min

    The mystique of the bonefish is that it is an elusive fish to catch, hence the names the gray ghost and the silver fox. But with some basic information like this Bonefish 101 series, we make it much easier for you. How to find and locate bonefish. How to approach bonefish and the techniques and tactics to do so. Not much different that chasing other species of fish. If you have not caught a bonefish, put it on your list. It's a fishing experience you will never forget.  

  • Yellowtail Snapper 101

    Yellowtail Snapper 101

    17/04/2019 Duración: 01h01min

    Yellowtail Snapper are fun to catch, great to eat and have a unique and canny way of avoiding your hook. This show will help you catch more yellowtail snapper by teaching you some widely used expert Yellowtail snapper techniques. Also we talk about some of the best of Florida's West Gulf Coast fishing which is going on right now. A new bill in congress called "The Forage Fish Conservation Act, is to set federal catch limits on catching bait to combat commercial exploitation of forage fish.

  • Jack Crevalle 101

    Jack Crevalle 101

    18/03/2019 Duración: 01h02min

    Though the jack crevalle is widely caught and a great sport it is probably the most disrespected of all the jacks. Part of that is because anglers don't see it as a food source. If it were a great eating fish, it would be praised. The jack crevalle is a diurnal predator, which means they are most active in the daylight hours. So night fishing is not the best time to target them. The jack crevalle is one of the most powerful swimmers of fish. Jack Crevalle 101 will teach you all you need to know to find and catch Jacks.

  • Trout Chit Chat

    Trout Chit Chat

    11/02/2019 Duración: 25min

    This episode we just have a light conversation with a local charter boat captain about trout and some other places that he has caught fish in West Central Florida. Capt Jared Crisp is also a fireman and has done a few Make-A-Wish charters. One of the things he wants to pursue is educational videos, to help anglers succeed when on the water. He tells us his favorite trout baits, lures, hooks and terminal tackle.

  • Big Game Fishing Reels

    Big Game Fishing Reels

    04/02/2019 Duración: 01h01min

    Big Game Fishing Reels have a system of designation called the O system. The O indicates that the reel is and ocean fishing reel and it is preceded by a number that represents its size. This was originally how Penn Reels became known. Later on other companies including Penn, Accurate and more started to also designate reels by line class. We talk about the largest fishing reel in the world. This show also teaches you what a Multiplying Reel and how to use hollow core braided line for big game fishing.  

  • Big Game Fishing Rod

    Big Game Fishing Rod

    28/01/2019 Duración: 01h02min

    Roller guides are an essential tool in big game fishing, but also in many other fishing tactics and techniques. Including nearshore and inshore fishing. Along with roller guides Bent Butt Rods, Stand Up Rods, Acid Wrap Rods, Roberts Rods and Spiral Rods. We discuss all of the above to make you a better, more knowledgeable and most of all effective angler.  

  • Chumming Why and How

    Chumming Why and How

    23/01/2019 Duración: 01h01min

    Chumming for fish is one of the best if not the most effective technique you can ever learn or master as an angler. I heard another local paid for subscription fishing source state that chumming is a waste of time and money. Now that is 100% completely wrong. The only way I could say that has any truth is, if you don't know what your doing. So I am going to correct that statement this entire show!  Chumming is also the most widely underused and underrated tactics by many anglers. Learning to chum helps catch fish, learning to chum correctly helps to catch a lot more fish. You don't just randomly chum. You target an area of habitat that is likely to hold the species of fish your trying to catch and create your own feeding station. Chumming can be so effective, you can chum grouper, snapper, amberjack and so more from the deep bottom to the surface and then catch them on topwater or fly.  

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