The Woman Angler & Adventurer — wisconsin
EP. 217 From Never Fished Before To Teaching Others and Having Sponsors in Lightning Speed- Learn How She Did It!
Happy New Year everyone! I'm excited to kick off the new year with an inspiring story of a woman who is relatively new to fishing but has taken her passion such a long way in a short amount of time.
Meet TJ Gramberg! TJ is an avid member of Wisconsin Women Fish, loves ice fishing, fishing for catfish, pike, and many other species. She was introduced to the sport about 6 years ago and has been like a sponge ever since, soaking as much information up as possible and fishing every chance she gets.
EP. 211 Kayak Fishing to Ice Fishing...Adventure Ensues Year-Round with Outdoor and Dog Lover Kimber Pamp!
This week meet Kimber Pamp! Kimber is a nurse by trade up in Wisconsin and she is an avid kayak angler and ice angler who is also working on improving her fly fishing skills. She has two beautiful dogs that she involves in her outdoor adventures. This year she plans to do some camping on the ice!
Hear all about it on this week's episode of The Woman Angler and Adventurer Podcast!
EP. 196 The Best Fishing Rods on Earth? Conversation with Savannah Stenlund from St. Croix Rods
I recently had the opportunity to do a tour of the St. Croix Rods headquarters in Park Falls, WI. I have to say, if you're into fishing and you ever have the opportunity to do this free tour, I highly recommend you do it! The manufacturing process of a fishing rod is unbelievable. At St. Croix, they even make their own blanks, and to able to witness that process alone is phenomenal.
Before that, I had the opportunity to meet and chat with Savannah Stenlund, the new Angler Engagement Coordinator with the company. I can't wait for you all to have the chance to meet her as well on this week's episode!
EP. 164 Breaking the Ice Series Participant Perspective on the Ladies Midwest Meetup
Allison Ezell, from Missouri, never ice fished before when she decided to get in on the 1st ever Ladies Midwest Meetup event. She didn't know anyone and had no idea what to expect, but she did it anyway! It turned out to be an amazing experience...so amazing in fact, that she jumped on the opportunity to do it again the following year. The next year, she landed a 14" crappie (that she nearly lost) and met even more amazing female ice anglers.
On this weeks episode which is part of the special "Breaking the Ice" series, Allison recounts her experiences and tells stories from a participant's perspective. She talks about being a newbie, learning how to read a Vexilar, her next big goa, and more!