The Woman Angler & Adventurer — Trout
As one of the few female fishing guides in the Charleston, SC area, Captain Tanya Dowdy is on a mission. She started Reel Chica Charters with a mission to help get more lady anglers out there and experience the amazing fishing opportunities in the Charleston area. Hear all about it, what she is doing to help improve boater safety, some of her exciting adventures, and more on this week's episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast!
EP. 240 Exploring the Space Coast with Dee Kaminski
If you've ever heard of Mosquito Lagoon or the Indian River, you've likely heard some stories of pretty epic fishing experiences. This week I am chatting with a kayak fishing guide on Florida's Space Coast, meet Dee Kaminski!
Dee originally hails from the Chicagoland area and grew up fishing in quite different waters than where she finds herself now. Her family used to make trips up to Canada where they would target walleye, northern pike, musky, and bass.
EP. 233 Broken Bow Fly Fishing Guide Mo Prater
Morgan (Mo) Prater has always had a competitive spirit, and when she was introduced to the sport of fishing by her now husband, she was hooked. She started out with conventional fishing and eventually turned to fly fishing as another tool in her arsenal to catch more fish. Hear all about her story and how she's turned fishing into her livelihood on the Lower Mountain Fork River in Broken Bow, OK on this week's episode!
EP. 178 Hunting for Fish on the Fly and Glamping in the Great Smoky Mountains
This week I'm happy to welcome another fly angler to the show, and one who is based in the beautiful Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee, an area I haven't really featured much on the podcast. Charity Rutter is an owner, guide, instructor and graphic designer of R and R Fly Fishing based in East Tennessee.
EP. 154 An Outdoor Adventurer from East Tennessee- Glenda Curving
I have to thank my brother-in-law Brent Scott for this episode. He introduced me to this week's guest, Glenda Curving. She was a joy to chat with and I hope to meet her out at Tellico sometime soon!
This is what Brent wrote of Glenda:
Four years ago I took my son to the Tellico River for the first time. We pulled up to a campsite and ask a nice lady if the spot next to her was open. That was one of the luckiest things that's happened to us. She said it was and helped us get set up. That lady was Glenda Curving.