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.
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.
Of course. I am keeping it right here on LAFB and iTunes and anywhere else it is available.
Yes. Just not each Monday like I have always done. I will publish them when I can.
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 am also working with Cottonmouth Boats to create an awesome boat for inshore anglers. If you’d like to become a part of that process, you can sign up here.
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!
Inshore Interviews is Taking a New Direction
E88 – Ty Hibbs on Fly Fishing, Redfish Denials and Sun vs Wind
E87 – Moving With a Purpose on Speckled Trout, How Marty Lacoste Does It
E86 – Chris Wrightson Talks Big Chandeleur Island Speckled Trout
E85 – Matthew Roberts is on a mission with Mission Six
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