October 23

Inshore Interviews is Taking a New Direction

I serve inshore anglers, and this is how I can do it best.

Inshore Interviews is one helluva fishing podcast.

There is simply nothing else like it!

However, I am not regularly publishing episodes anymore. This is why:

The Blog Is Changing Gears

Some new things are coming up for Louisiana Fishing Blog.

Some are going to happen, some are still floating in the ether. But I can tell you they both kick ass!

But if I want to do those things, I won't have time or energy to put out a great episode each week.

I would have the time and energy to put out an "okay" episode, but that's not my style.

Will the podcast still be available?

Of course. I am keeping it right here on LAFB and iTunes and anywhere else it is available.

Will new episodes still come out?

Yes. Just not each Monday like I have always done. I will publish them when I can.

What are you doing that's so great?

Inshore anglers want video, and a lot of it.

So I plan on making more! I have started with Inshore Fishing 101 and have already added 60+ videos, with 20+ more on the way.

Creating and editing the video takes enough time, but what's really difficult is getting that video of a redfish crashing bait, or shrimp jumping from speckled trout, etc.

This will put me on the water more often and less in the office.

I'll keep my promise!

What I do here at LAFB has always been held to a higher standard. I turn away a lot of business because I stick to my guns and won't use or review something I don't believe in, regardless of how much they are willing to pay.

I will continue to put out great inshore fishing knowledge that helps you catch fish and enjoy your time on the water.

Tight lines, y'all!


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