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    EP. 134 The Driftless Angler Geri Meyer

    EP. 134 The Driftless Angler Geri Meyer

    Known as the best-kept secret in trout fishing...that is UNTIL NOW! Bahahaha...just kidding. Word has been out for a while now, but the area known as The Driftless has been a favorite among die-hard fly anglers and this week's guest on The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast Geri Meyer is no stranger. Geri owns The Driftless Angler Fly Shoo as well as the Women's Fly Shop (online) so who better to have on the show to talk about this unique part of the country than her? Listen in and enjoy our conversation!

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    EP. 83 Musky School Adventures!

    EP. 83 Musky School Adventures!

    Three years ago, Amanda Wilson won a big musky tournament, and her phone started to ring off the hook. Fishing Companies were calling her as asking if she needed sponsors, offers to fish other tournaments were suggested, and she felt a bit overwhelmed.

    After the dust settled, she decided that working full time as the owner of Deerfoot Resort, she may as well host a Musky School for Women.  Fast forward, and we join Amanda on year three of the Women's Musky School.

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    EP. 76 Deep Thoughts from Al Lindner: We Talk About Fishing Careers, Women in the Industry, and the Future of the Sport

    EP. 76 Deep Thoughts from Al Lindner: We Talk About Fishing Careers, Women in the Industry, and the Future of the Sport
    Al Lindner recently joined up with The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast and spoke with us. Al's years of experience gives him a unique perspective on the fishing industry both past and future. Social media has helped fuel the change and the working in the fishing industry has significantly more options than it ever has before.

    One of Al's recent brainstorms was the Fishing Careers Workshop. Now in its third year, Al's talks about this year's guests, the many options available to those looking to work in the industry and how people can sign up for the workshop.

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    EP. 61 Women Making History at the Governor's Fishing Opener

    EP. 61 Women Making History at the Governor's Fishing Opener
    In Wisconsin, the official start of the fishing season is the first weekend in May. Every year for the last 54 years, the fishing opener was celebrated with the “Governor's Open” which is a weekend media event to showcase Wisconsin’s valuable fishing industry.  Fishing is big business for WI and the economic impact of this industry is huge.  

    The Governors Open event is by invitation only and is primarily a media event with a variety of outdoor communicators in attendance.  The event is produced by the Indianhead Country tourism and is always held in the NW part of the state.  I decided that this would be a great event to attend and bring The Woman Angler and Adventurer podcast to cover the festivities.  After several phone calls, emails, and general inquiries, I managed to get an invitation to this years event, which was held in Rusk County, WI on the Dairyland Flowage. 

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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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