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    The Woman Angler & Adventurer

    EP. 21 Bonus Episode! Special Announcement: Wild Barb Carey Joins the Show as Co-Host!

    EP. 21 Bonus Episode! Special Announcement: Wild Barb Carey Joins the Show as Co-Host!

    Welcome to a very special and exciting bonus episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer! We've got a big announcement and it is definitely bonus episode worthy!

    You may remember Barb Carey from episode 4 of the It Pays to Fish Podcast. Well, we've now teamed up to create The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast 2.0 for you! The fit could not be more perfect. 

    One of Barb's mantra's is "We're better together." and Angie Scott couldn't agree more. So hang on tight as we pool our resources to deliver the most inspiring and empowering content we know how. 

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    EP. 20 Crucible Moments Setting the Course for One Outdoors Woman

    EP. 20 Crucible Moments Setting the Course for One Outdoors Woman
    Ali Juten, or "Ali Up North" as she's known online, has had several crucible moments in her life that defined her path to focus on her passion for hunting, fishing and the outdoors. You get the pleasure of hearing about them first-hand on this episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer! They are moments I'm sure many of us women can relate to- not being taken seriously, not being welcome into the "boys club," etc. You'll be inspired to hear how Ali has handled these turning point experiences in her life! 

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    EP. 19 Hunt, Fish, Travel No Holds Barred!

    EP. 19 Hunt, Fish, Travel No Holds Barred!
    On this episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer podcast I feature another female podcaster with a passion for hunting, fishing and other adventures. Her name is Carrie Zylka and she hosts the award winning Hunt Fish Travel Podcast , which is the 1st female hosted hunting podcast out there. You are going to love her inspiring just do it attitude! She's even done some do it yourself solo hunting trips, which is not something you see many women getting out there and doing. 

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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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    EP. 17 Teach a Child to Fish and Kids Fishing Day

    EP. 17 Teach a Child to Fish and Kids Fishing Day

    In this episode of The Woman Angler & Adventurer I chat with former wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins turned pro bass angler Kendall Newson. Newson started an organization called Teach a Child to Fish back in 2008 so that he could use his NFL prowess to help pass along his passion for the sport of fishing that was instilled in him by his father as a youngster to other boys and girls nationwide. 

    He shares his story and talks about the Teach a Child to Fish organization, what their goals are and what some of the biggest challenges they face being a non-profit and trying to fully serve as many youth as they can. They focus on kids in urban areas and are close to having a permanent facility to better be able to follow-up with kids that come through the program and help individual moms and dads who have kids that want to learn to fish as well. 

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