In this episode, I talk with Justin McFadden of Unchained Outdoors TV (https://www.unchained-outdoors.net/home). The show is in its second season and is available on the Gen 7 Outdoors website, Roku, Amazon FireTV, Chromecast, and Androidtv (https://gen7outdoors.com/unchainedoutdoors/).
We discuss hunting in Pennsylvania, filming your hunt, Nevin’s Hunting Friends (See episode 067 of my show).
Justin and the crew hunt whitetail, turkey, waterfowl, and anything else local that they have an opportunity to hunt. Please check out the show on the Gen 7 Outdoors Channel, and on Facebook (@unchainedoutdoorstv).
Please contact Justin with any questions on the show, hunting, or any of the episodes via Facebook or by email at or by email at email@example.com.
In this episode, I talk with Daniel Burns, whose son came up with the idea to start Nevin’s Hunting Friends (http://www.nevinshuntingfriends.com). A group dedicated to getting kids with special needs outdoors. Their mission is simple, “to help those kids that have trouble getting into the woods due to their illness”.
Nevin’s Hunting Friends is a 501c3 charity and can be contacted from their website listed above or by the groups Facebook page (@nevinshuntingfriends). You can view past hunts on the GEN 7 Outdoors TV Channel by clicking here.
If you are a manufacturer of hunting or fishing gear, I would encourage you to look at this special needs group and see if you can provide some gear to help keep these young kids in the outdoors.
I have been on a leave from the show for a few months, and this new episode is great. I talk with Kara Wattunen a tournament-fishing woman from Minnesota. Kara has fished in a number of tournaments including Cabela’s National Walleye Tour (https://www.facebook.com/NationalWalleyeTour/). You can contact Kara via Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/karawattunenpromotional/) or on Instagram (@kwattunen).
In this episode we discuss a number of different subjects that Kara is passionate about. Here is a link to further articles that Kara has written on numerous subjects around fishing (https://powrtran.com/blog/harsh-reality-kara-wattunen/).
In this weeks episode I interview legendary professional angler Mark Martin (http://www.markmartins.net). Mark has spend almost the last 30 years making a living as a professional angler, best known for the numerous walleye tournament wins. Mark has been fishing his whole life, but cemented his reputation by fishing walleye at night.
On Mark’s website you can access information on the books, DVDs, and articles that Mark has available. Also, Mark offers summer and winter walleye fishing clinics (www.fishingvacationschool.com).
We have a great discussion on tournaments and expectations of a co-angler that might fish with Mark or any other pro-angler.
Connect with Mark at his website (www.markmartins.net), Facebook (@MarkMartinsFishing), or by email from the Contact Us on his website.
Also, please consider joining groups like the National Wild Turkey Federation (www.nwtf.org) You can also help me by supporting the podcast through my Patreon account https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=4439533
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In this episode I get to discuss Powderhook with CEO and founder Eric Dinger. Powderhook is a unique website and phone app (www.powderhook.com) designed to provide hunter’s and fishermen with access to information and mentors around the United States. Are you in Iowa and heading to Florida? You want to fish and not sure where to begin? Access Powderhook to harness the power of the community to get the information and help you need.
This app is filled with great information waiting to be discovered. We discuss this and how to use this with other apps that you may already be utilizing and why Powderhook should be your first stop for hunting and fishing information.
Make sure to look up Powderhook on Facebook at @Powderhook, Instagram @Powderhook, Twitter @Powderhook. You can download the app in both the Android and Apple app stores (it’s a free app).
Don’t hesitate to contact Powderhook for additional information and download the app and enjoy!
In the episode I get to interview Mike Defibaugh who is a Professional Walleye Angler. This was Mike’s first year fishing as a pro in the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour (http://www.nationalwalleyetour.com) after years of fishing as a semi-pro. Mike had an impressive finish to win the first stop on Lake Erie in the 2017 NWT and take home $61,000 in prize’s and money. You can watch the event here on the NWT YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/NationalWalleyeTour). Mike donated his cash winnings this year to Make a Wish (http://www.wish.org), and that amounted to $15,000 for just this tournament. Mike provides some great information on how the tournament works, some equipment that can be used for Walleye Fishing and how the co-angler spot on the tournament works. You can contact Mike by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mkedefibaught9/
Mike uses the following items:
Off Shore Tackle