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    The Woman Angler & Adventurer — Takemefishing.org

    EP. 200 West Coast Angler Clara Ricabal Getting Out of Her Comfort Zone and Pushing the Limits!

    EP. 200 West Coast Angler Clara Ricabal Getting Out of Her Comfort Zone and Pushing the Limits!

    Welcome to a milestone! The 200th episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast. Since this show launched back in 2018, we've had only a few West Coast anglers on the show- not nearly enough. So I can't think of a better way to celebrate our 200th episode with another West Cost angler- Clara Ricabal!

    Clara's origins are from Cuba, so she's bi-lingual and part of Takemefishing.org's Women Making Waves campaign, as well as their Vamos A Pescar initiative to help get more women and minorities involved in the sport of fishing. 

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    EP. 199 Women Making Waves With Professional Angler Nicole Jacobs: Promoting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Sport of Bass Fishing

    EP. 199 Women Making Waves With Professional Angler Nicole Jacobs: Promoting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Sport of Bass Fishing

    This week meet a TakeMeFishing.org Women Making Waves WaveMaker Nicole Jacobs. Nicole's main mission is to promote equity and inclusion in the world of bass fishing. She executes her mission very well despite juggling fishing some big pro bass tournaments, being a single mom, and going to grad school!

    One of the main slogans on this show has been "if she can do it, you can do it" and that's what this episode is all about. Sharing Nicole's story in order to encourage you to chase your fishing dreams!

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    EP. 194 Kayak Fishing in Winter Park, FL with Captain Debbie Hanson and Gabriella MaGrath!

    EP. 194 Kayak Fishing in Winter Park, FL with Captain Debbie Hanson and Gabriella MaGrath!

    Last week was iCast week down in Orlando, FL. Many of us have been chomping at the bit to get back to business, see new products, network with new friends as well as get reconnected in person with some old ones. 

    Before the big week officially kicked off, Captain Debbie Hanson, Gabriella McGrath and myself has a little Women Making Waves breakout session to go visit a local waterway outside of Orlando. Captain Debbie got the inside scoop from one of her friends (Jim Sweatman) who works for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission on a great place we could rent a few kayaks, get out on the lake and have a good chance landing some largemouth bass. 

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    EP. 104 On the Water with Captain Debbie Hanson: Fishing Babcock Ranch- the First Solar-Powered Town in the U.S.

    EP. 104 On the Water with Captain Debbie Hanson: Fishing Babcock Ranch- the First Solar-Powered Town in the U.S.

    As we were driving to the address where we were going to be meeting our fishing guide for the morning, Captain Debbie Hanson, I immediately felt something was odd. "We" being my wife Dana and our two dogs Sophie & Squirty. (Debbie was kind enough to allow them to tag along after I explained the dogs love being on the boat but have absolutely no interest in jumping in. This was important as on occasion a gator might be sighted in the area.)

    Having never been where we were headed before I couldn't believe how big Punta Gorda, FL is. We were planning on meeting some old friends of Dana's near Fisherman's Village in Punta Gorda after our fishing outing and assumed it was going to be close. Turns out it was over a 30-minute drive away! 

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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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