Tim Fox has been fishing Northern California since the mid 80s. His experience and knowledge helped him design one of the world's deadliest flies known to man: Fox’s Pupa. “It’s pupalishice!” Join us as we talk fishing and hunting with one of the industry's favorite, and a good friend, Mr. Tim Fox.
While fly fishing remains our bread and butter people still have to put food on the table, and the best way to accomplish this is in the world of bass fishing. Join us as we talk bass fishing with Tyler Bounds and Chad Sweitzer who both compete for the Chico State Bass team.
In this episode we sit down with Jeff Armstrong and learn about how he and his team manage ponds and lakes in Northern California. Managing a lake’s fragile ecosystem is a balancing act of science, hard work and sometimes good, old fashioned intuition.
Have you ever found yourself on the coast with the family during the summer and dreaming about the winter fishing? Well we have a new species for you to chase on those off months, listen in as we discuss catching cutthroat with the guys from Fishbio who have spent a fair amount of time snorkeling and fishing the CA coastline.
Mark Stopher is an ecologist with 36 years of experience resolving a broad array of complex natural resource management issues. He has worked with local governments, State and Federal agencies, non-governmental organizations and tribes. He is recently retired from CDFW as their Senior Policy Advisor. Join us as we talk with him about his recent Bluefin Tuna Trip, Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement, Shasta Dam, Battle Creek Salmon and Steelhead Restoration Project, Upper Sac - Cantara / Dunsmuir Pesticide Spill and more!