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    EP. 14 Lone Star Law Game Warden Lerrin Williams

    EP. 14 Lone Star Law Game Warden Lerrin Williams

    On this episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast, host Angie Scott interviews Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Warden Lerrin Williams. You may recognize Lerrin from Lone Star Law, a reality TV show on Animal Planet. 

    Lerrin gives us some behind the scenes insight on what it takes to be a female game warden in a very much male dominated industry. She was one of 5 females in her class of over 50 in the academy, only 4 of the 5 made it to the end.

     

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    EP. 13 Dawn Freeland From Women Hunt Fish Camp Too

    EP. 13 Dawn Freeland From Women Hunt Fish Camp Too

    If you're a woman who loves hunting, fishing or camping and are on social media, you've likely come across Woman Hunt Too or Women Fish Too at one time or another. They've been around for several years now, and have built up quite a following! On this episode, you'll meet the woman behind it all, Dawn Freeland.

    Dawn has an interesting story about how she discovered her passion for hunting. There were a few key "ah-ha" moments in her life that led her down this path, and she shares those with us in this episode.

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    EP. 12 How Fishing Clubs Have Helped One Woman Angler Live Her Passion

    EP. 12 How Fishing Clubs Have Helped One Woman Angler Live Her Passion

    Welcome to to very 1st episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast. The Woman Angler is a bi-monthly show with a mission to inspire women with a passion for fishing and the outdoors to get out there and experience amazing adventures, together blazing a trail for ourselves and generations of women to come. We want to be more active and connected so we will be better equipped to teach and learn from each other and grow together in our fishing and other outdoor pursuits.


    In a nutshell we are here to: INSPIRE, EMPOWER, CONNECT & CATCH MORE FISH!

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    Proving They Are Truly Fish Strong: Quitting Six-Figure Jobs and Following Their Passion with Salt Strong Brother Joe Simonds - 011

    Proving They Are Truly Fish Strong: Quitting Six-Figure Jobs and Following Their Passion with Salt Strong Brother Joe Simonds - 011

    In episode 11 of It Pays to Fish, I feature an interview with Salt Strong brother Joe Simonds. He and his brother Luke took the plunge BIG TIME and quit six-figure jobs to follow their passion to start a fishing company. How incredible is that? Joe had to completely uproot and move from Georgia to Florida with his wife and kids. I guarantee you will find a wealth of inspiration and information in Joe's story.

    The company they started, called Salt Strong, has built up an amazing community over the past few years, and they've done this though a lot of hard work and sticking to their initial why. Though their blog, YouTube channel, social media, online courses, and podcast, among other things, they've managed to create more than just a fishing company. They've created a movement. 

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    FishDonkey- the New App That Could Revolutionize Tournament Fishing - 010

    FishDonkey- the New App That Could Revolutionize Tournament Fishing - 010

    Darren Amundson has a vision. He thought outside the box and took action to create an app that propels tournament fishing into the future. It handles the registrations, payments, updated leaderboards, fish verification and validation, prevents cheating and more. All the tournament director has to do is sit back and enjoy!

    But aside from those and all the other benefits which you'll hear about in this interview, my personal favorite feature of running a tournament through FishDonkey rather than the traditional weigh-in method, is that it promotes sustainability. Did you know that even fish successfully released after a traditional live tournament weigh-in have a much higher mortality rate? The stress of riding around in a livewell all day, among other things, is not good for the fish. The bigger the fish, the higher the mortality rate. With the FishDonkey app, tournament participants are able to immediately measure, photograph and release the fish so it can live to be caught again by the next lucky angler. 

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