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    EP. 60 FLW All-American Qualifier and Guide at a Floridian Bass Fishing Utopia Katie Jackson

    EP. 60 FLW All-American Qualifier and Guide at a Floridian Bass Fishing Utopia Katie Jackson
    Imagine a place where a plethora of trophy-sized bass reside in mineral-rich waters and are in a state of gorging year-round. Where a plantation of 14,800 acres is home to 17 different lakes and while you're there why not take advantage of the many hunting opportunities including alligator, duck, deer & quail? Welcome to Bienville Plantation located in the Sunshine State of Florida. Welcome to the home "office" of our guest on this week's The Woman Angler & Adventurer, Katie Jackson!

    Katie talks about this bass fishing utopia among other things including a couple of extremely innovative lures we think everyone should know about...

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    EP. 58 Becoming an Outdoors Woman

    EP. 58 Becoming an Outdoors Woman
    Peggy Ferrell is the director of the Becoming an Outdoor Woman program. BOW started in 1990 after a conference at UWSP to explore how they could get more women involved in hunting and fishing. Founded by Christine Thomas, the conference led to the first BOW workshop and now the program is in 38 states and 6 Canadian provinces.

    The program has expanded worldwide, and some options include a photo safari in Africa or trip to Iceland or Costa Rica.  BOW currently offers two three day workshops every year. The format is  1/3 shooting and hunting, 1/3 fishing, and 1/3 other classes such as dog sledding, sewing with fur, kayaking, etc. 

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    EP. 57 Talking Fishing Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry with Country Music Star Terri Clark

    EP. 57 Talking Fishing Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry with Country Music Star Terri Clark
    It was a busy Friday night at the Grand Ole Opry for country music star Terri Clark. She was hosting the 7:30 segment of the show which included performing two songs of her own. Guests on her portion of the evening's entertainment included bluegrass comedian Mike Snider and country legend John Conlee. (To the audience's amusement, they discovered Clark can do a pretty darn good John Conlee "Rose Colored Glasses" impersonation!)

    On top of all of that, Clark hosts her own radio show called Country Gold which includes interviews she does with stars backstage at the Grand Ole Opry. She happened to have one of these interviews to do that evening with industry icon Vince Gill. 

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    EP. 55 Steelhead Fishing on the River of Presidents

    EP. 55 Steelhead Fishing on the River of Presidents
    There is no better way to shake off the winter doldrums than to be standing streamside chasing steelhead. You can witness spring come alive as the ice and snow melt away and flow into the river, while birds and other wildlife wake up to the warmth of a spring sunrise. Steelhead are a massive trout (rainbow) that migrate into the streams from the Great Lakes. Steelhead and salmon are native to the Pacific Northwest but in the 1960s, a very successful stocking program developed into a multi-billion dollar fishing and boating tourism industry in the Great Lakes Region. 

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    EP. 53 Pat Green on Fishing with Parkinson's Disease

    EP. 53 Pat Green on Fishing with Parkinson's Disease
    Pat Green grew up fishing in Northern MN with her Grandparents. She developed her passion at a young age, and it followed her into adulthood even though she moved to the Chicago area, Pat would even fish on her lunch hour while working, taking full advantage of the pond that was near where she worked, Lunch hour bluegills were her stress release.  

    In her early 50's Pat, was diagnosed with early-onset Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's is a long-term degenerative disorder of the central nervous system that mainly affects the motor system. The news was devastating, but after her Dr told her to use it or lose it, she hasn't looked back. Listen is as Pat shares some insights into her life, and how fishing has helped her along the way. It may do us all a bit of good, to check in to see if our glass is half empty or half full.

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