EP. 281 The Importance of Getting Outdoors To Relieve Depression and Anxiety
Terrie Huffmaster has dealt with these issues for years and found one thing that has helped her manage the symptoms- being outdoors and fishing.
My journey in Southwest Florida has ended for this season, but only after going out with a bang!
On this week's episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast, you will meet a true adventurer through and through.
My guest Erica Holla a.k.a. Everglades Erica, has pretty much done it all when it comes to Southwest Florida wildlife, including catching gators and pythons and, more recently, working with birds of prey to keep nuisance birds under control where needed at venues such as landfills, sports arenas, and airports to name a few.
We were supposed to have this conversation back in early 2021, but we sidelined it to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take part in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Parade on the water. Better late than never!
I am excited to introduce you to Navy Veteran Amy Lockhart, passionate about helping other lady vets get out on the water and enjoy fishing.
This Sunday, February 26th, marks a massive milestone for women in fishing with the new season of National Geographic's Wicked Tuna premiering at 9/8 cst with back-to-back episodes.
Viral sensation Captain Michelle Bancewicz is captaining the first all-female team with her First Mate, Lea Pinaud, on the F/V "No Limits."
Michelle went viral on social media after landing an 800lb (dressed weight of 601) bluefin tuna solo, which has inspired many and caught the attention of the show's producers.