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    EP. 161 Breaking the Ice Series Featuring World Championship Ice Angler Debbie Compton

    EP. 161 Breaking the Ice Series Featuring World Championship Ice Angler Debbie Compton
    Who is ready for ICE FISHING?!! 

    This week on The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast, we are kicking off a brand new series called "Breaking the Ice" with World Championship Ice Angler Debbie Compton. Deb is a true pioneer in women's professional ice fishing. She was part of the team that won 2nd place in the World Championship back in 1992, and that's not the only hardware she's taken home.

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    EP. 118 Tribute: The Ladies Behind the Godfather of Ice Fishing: Meet the Genz Girls

    EP. 118 Tribute: The Ladies Behind the Godfather of Ice Fishing: Meet the Genz Girls
    In Memory of Patsy M. Genz 1948-2020

    This is a special replay of Episode 51 in honor of the life of Patsy Genz. 

    Anyone who ice fishes has heard of Dave Genz. Dave is called the godfather of ice fishing and has revolutionized the sport. Many people don’t realize that behind the scenes was his wife Patsy and daughters, Missy and Kathy. From actually sewing the shacks, to wrapping hooks with lead and packaging maggots to be shipped around the country those three women were and are an important part of this legacy. Missy and Kathy said they didn’t grow up fishing, they grew up catching! Listen in as we talk to the three of them around their kitchen table, and find out the rest of the story.

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    Ep. 51 The Ladies Behind the Godfather of Ice Fishing: Meet the Genz Girls

    Ep. 51 The Ladies Behind the Godfather of Ice Fishing: Meet the Genz Girls
    Anyone who ice fishes has heard of Dave Genz. Dave is called the godfather of ice fishing and has revolutionized the sport. Many people don’t realize that behind the scenes was his wife Patsy and daughters, Missy and Kathy. From actually sewing the shacks, to wrapping hooks with lead and packaging maggots to be shipped around the country those three women were and are an important part of this legacy. Missy and Kathy said they didn’t grow up fishing, they grew up catching! Listen in as we talk to the three of them around their kitchen table, and find out the rest of the story. 

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