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Listen: BHA – The Tawneys in Washington D.C.

Hal goes to Washington, D.C., with Land Tawney to hunt up Land’s sister Whitney, who has worked for Ducks Unlimited for seven years. More importantly, Whitney has just added a wild-eyed new conservation and hunting legend to the family line: a baby named Henry Philip who joins the group briefly in this ferociously wide-ranging conversation […]

Listen: Anchored with April Vokey Podcast – Christine Atkins and Jackie Kutzer – Orvis 50/50

Orvis has been a leader in the fly-fishing industry for what seems like an eternity.  Recently they launched their 50/50 On the Water campaign, an initiative with the goal of seeing more women on the water.  From women-specific gear development to education & adventure experiences, nonprofit partnerships to women-centric storytelling, the campaign has been a […]

Listen: Orvis – Fly-fishing with your family, with Derek Olthuis

Fly-Fishing with your family, with Derek Olthuis This week Orvis Ambassador Derek Olthuis and I talk about fishing with your kids and family. Derek has three young children and he fishes as much as anyone I know, so he has some great tips on how to make it a fun and rewarding experience for all […]

Listen: BHA – T. Edward Nickens: Editor-at-Large for Field & Stream and Author of Total…….

In this episode Hal catches up with T. Edward Nickens, editor at large at Field & Stream magazine and author of the Total Outdoorsman Series of books. Eddie is an old-school Southern gentleman and a consummate outdoorsman and conservation leader, and he writes about it all with the depth and passion of the greatest of […]

Listen: Anchored with April Vokey Podcast – Bob Hooton – Days of River’s Past

Bob Hooton is one of Canada’s most informed and long-standing steelhead advocates.  As a BC government fish biologist, he spent almost 40 years in office fighting to save our fisheries.  Recently Bob has published another book titled Days of River’s Past.  In this episode we discuss Bob’s career, his books, and where our fishery is headed […]

Listen: Orvis – Now or Neverglades, a project update with Eric Eikenberg

In this week’s podcast my guest is Eric Eikenberg, CEO of The Everglades Foundation and our major partner in this important conservation effort. For the past few years Orvis has taken a leading role in the effort to get the word out to the fly-fishing community about this critical issue, which affects Florida Bay, both […]

Listen: Orvis – Fathers and Mentors, with The Original Most Interesting Man in the World

In this week’s podcast I interview a very interesting man. In fact, he is the original Most Interesting Man in the World, Jonathan Goldsmith, who is a lifelong fly fisher and not only an interesting guy, but a really nice person as well. He talks about the importance of tradition in fly fishing, his lifelong […]

Listen: Anchored with April Vokey Podcast – Justin Duggan – Destination Sydney

If you’re looking for a fly-fishing guide in Sydney, it is almost a guarantee that Justin Duggan is the man you’ll be referred to.  Justin has brought fly-fishing to thousands of anglers across the world through regular radio, TV and magazine appearances, fly-casting schools, and one on one tuition — and that’s without factoring in […]

Listen: Orvis – Hunting for Permit, with Will Benson

This week I have a chat with noted permit guide and film maker Captain Will Benson. We discuss the idea of an angler as athlete, and how he and some of his clients prepare for big permit tournaments, both mentally and physically. You may have no interest in fishing tournaments, but for some of your […]