Welcome to Episode 201 of The Woman Angler & Adventurer Podcast! We're moving on to another epic 200 episodes! I can't think of a better way to kick things off than with my special guest this week, Becky Iaconelli! I'm sure you're already familiar with the Iaconelli name, via of course the famed bass angler […]
Welcome to a milestone! The 200th episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast. Since this show launched back in 2018, we've had only a few West Coast anglers on the show- not nearly enough. So I can't think of a better way to celebrate our 200th episode with another West Cost angler- Clara Ricabal! Clara's origins are from Cuba, so […]
This week meet a TakeMeFishing.org Women Making Waves WaveMaker Nicole Jacobs. Nicole's main mission is to promote equity and inclusion in the world of bass fishing. She executes her mission very well despite juggling fishing some big pro bass tournaments, being a single mom, and going to grad school! One of the main slogans on […]
The truth is, if you're a bass angler, you probably already have this app on your phone, and if you don't, well, you'll definitely be downloading it after listening to this episode. Bass Forecast is a game-changer on many levels. On this week's episode you're going to meet one of the creators of the app […]
Deer hunters and state taxidermists will be entered into a contest when they submit a sample from a buck harvested in the 2021-22 season. [...] The post Deer hunters, taxidermists can win gift card prizes by helping LDWF monitor for CWD appeared first on Louisiana Sportsman.
Ten-year-old Landon Smith with the 12.05-pound largemouth bass he caught from a private pond near Atlanta, La., on July 18, 2021. [...] The post Ten-year-old angler lands trophy bass in private pond appeared first on Louisiana Sportsman.
Michael Woods of Many caught a 11.15-pound Toledo Bend lunker and entered it into the Toledo Bend Lake Association Lunker Bass Program. [...] The post Woods uses night light to wake Toledo lunker appeared first on Louisiana Sportsman.
Every season, hunters pass up bucks in the hope they will be trophies in a year, but will they really grow any larger? This year, maybe so. [...] The post If you pass up a buck this year, will it be much bigger next season? appeared first on Louisiana Sportsman.