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    EP. 264 Growing up a Wejebe and Carrying on a Legacy: Krissy Wejebe

    EP. 264 Growing up a Wejebe and Carrying on a Legacy: Krissy Wejebe
    On this week’s episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast, we’re celebrating the release of my new favorite sunglasses, Costa Del Mar’s Jose PRO- and the inspiration behind them, Jose Wejebe.

    I chatted with Jose’s daughter, Krissy, who is carrying on his legacy through the Jose Wejebe Memorial Foundation. The organization's mission is to honor Jose’s legacy by matching his passion for conservation, education, and making fishing dreams come true.

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    EP. 65 Passing Her Passion for Fishing on Down the Line

    EP. 65 Passing Her Passion for Fishing on Down the Line

    This week, we're pleased to introduce you to an incredibly inspiring woman angler named Jeanne Lilienthal. She's a pioneer in law enforcement, one of the 1st female police officers to walk the streets of Detroit. Now retired, she has given much of her time and resources over the last 29 + years of her life raising money to send kids to camp and teaching them how to fish. 

    We couldn't think of a better person to feature to kick off our new series of episodes all centered around the importance pass along our passion for fishing to the next generation.

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    EP. 18 Female Anglers Making Waves with Takemefishing.org

    EP. 18 Female Anglers Making Waves with Takemefishing.org

    In this episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast, I had the pleasure speaking with Rachel Piacenza, Director of Marketing for the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF). Rachel grew up in the midwest and developed a passion for fishing from a very young age. She loved it so much that she set out to tie in fishing with her professional pursuits. After working for a time for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, she uprooted to Alexandra, VA to join RBFF to see how she could be involved in that organization which promotes fishing on a national level. She's been with the foundation for about 8 years now.

    We spoke about TakeMeFishing.Org's newest initiative called "Making Waves" that is all about getting more women into the sport. It just launched on Mother's Day of this year, and as been making a splash on social media. We talk about some of the challenges, why this initiative is so important, and Rachel shares some promising stats as well. The mission has just begun. 

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