I really like to teach people how to do what I do and show them this incredible experience of the fishing on the shallow clear flats of the Florida Keys. I was fishing out of a 16 foot boat, when I started, and I could take a maximum of 2 people at a time.
Joe Simonds started the online fishing business Salt Strong with his brother Luke after evaluating his life and realizing that he was just not happy. The two brothers got together and asked themselves really hard questions about what they wanted to do and why. Fishing continued to emerge as the common theme that made both of them happy.
Tom Rowland's oldest son, Turner, is almost 21. In his few short years since graduating high school, he has worked in Yellowstone National Park and as a wrangler at a guest ranch in Whitefish, MT. Recently, he graduated from an intensive 1 month course run by National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) to earn his EMT and Wilderness EMT.
If you have ever taken a picture and been disappointed with how it turned out, check out this podcast and I guarantee that you will pick up at least one tip that will make your photos better right away. Follow Jason on Instagram to reverse engineer his photos and learn how to take better photos yourself.
Howard Films is responsible for creating some of the most iconic fishing films in existence. Beginning with In Search of A Rising Tide with Andy Smith in the Bahamas Howard films caught the eye of fishing fans and led him to create Chasing Silver, Location X, Andy's Return, Bass The Movie and most recently, Running the Coast.
Tom Rowland takes time to do a LIVE question and answer podcast for the first time. Using Facebook Live, Instagram Live, emailed questions and tweets, Tom answers questions for 2 hours on virtually every subject. From Goliath Grouper regulations, to how to become a fishing guide, Capt. License questions to how to stay in shape on the road, the questions keep flooding in and Tom does his best to answer every one.