As a husband, father of two daughters, and grandfather to a granddaughter, Butler quickly picked up on the massive discrepancies in coverage between men’s and women’s sports. He also realized how little coverage sports get in the Carolinas and Georgia compared to other states. With his wife serving as his photographer and his youngest daughter working as his assistant, Butler set out to change things.
Home Page A Birds Eye View By: Lori Heath “A SOCal Anglerette’s Advice on fishing on a Sportboat” Hey, ladies do you love to fish? Or would you like to learn but you don’t know how to start? Maybe your friends don’t fish, you are new to the community, or never tried fishing on … Read more
Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > February 2022 > Highlighting Black Anglers: Jeanine Blair RECREATIONAL BOATING & FISHING FOUNDATION (RBFF) 2/1/2022 This February for Black History Month, we will be highlighting different stories from anglers around the country that are making a difference for the sport and impacting their communities. Jeanine Blair is committed to passing on the tradition … Read more
Meet Capt. Wendy Wilson Billiot, aka The Bayou Woman. US Coast Guard licensed Captain, Wetlands Tour Guide, Educator, Award Winning Author, proud mother and grandmother…living and working in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana