Shane sits down with the CCA Texas STAR staff to discuss the 2018 State of Texas Anglers Rodeo. Bill and Dylan share some stories from previous years and explain the new guide's division for 2018. https://www.startournament.org/
Shane, Kevin, and Urs sit down to talk about recent drownings at San Luis Park and actions Brazoria County may take in light of recent events. We also discuss Saltwater Recon, Sea Center Texas, Kevin's Cooking, and some oyster regulations.
In this episode we meet up with Matagorda Matt, Steve Brown, and Shawn Porche at K6 Island Sports in Jamaica Beach to talk about the art of making quality lures, the Brown Family tradition, fishing tournaments, and a variety of other topics. Enjoy!
Wonder what Texas is proposing to protect our public oyster reefs? Have a listen to this episode to find out! Shane is a guest on the Moore Outdoors Radio Show (KLVI AM 560) and talks with Chester about efforts to protect our public oyster reefs. Chester Moore hosts his radio show on Friday evenings at 6 p.m. so be sure to check him out on iheartradio.
Paul Thorburn and Andrew Bruhl of Gulf Coast Outdoors sit down with Shane at Kitty's Purple Cow in Surfside Beach to discuss Gulf Coast Outdoors, surf fishing, the power of social media, the topwater bite, school interfering with fishing, kayaking and the Gulf Coast fishing culture. Ms. Kitty even joins in the fun to tell us about her awesome establishment.
Listen and learn as Dr. Greg Stuntz and Shane talk about fishing and fisheries research at the Center for Sportsfish Science and Conservation. Topics include catch and release survival of speckled trout and red snapper, red drum migration, Cedar Bayou, predator research and shark tagging, nearshore reefing projects and the isnapper app for your smart phone.
In this episode we sit down with Captains Jerry West (http://www.slipawayonthebay.com/) and Matagordamatt David (http://www.captmatagordamatt.com/) to talk about fishing in East Matagorda Bay, 5-fish bag limits on speckled trout, what it takes to become a fishing guide, competition in the guide business, boater etiquette, serve outdoors (http://www.serveoutdoorsmbc.org/) and much more.
Shane Bonnot and Orange County CCA President, Scott Bandy, sit down with Texas Parks and Wildlife's Kirk Blood and Carey Gelpi. Kirk and Carey are two members of the Coastal Fisheries team affectionately known of as "The Lakers." The Lakers are responsible for collecting fisheries data, conducting research, and interacting with the public in and around the Sabine Lake Ecosystem. In this episode, we get to talk life in the fisheries field, flounder, crabs, oysters, and fishing in Sabine Lake.