Holy smokes, on this episode we are celebrating 5 years of fishy podcasting. This was recorded live on Silver Lake with special guests: Dave Kellam, Doc Martin, Nick Hudson-Swogger (from Diana's Bath Salts) and Rich Collins. We also got dozens of calls from listeners who wanted to share congratulations and fishy jokes. On a personal level, I want to thank every listener for being part of this adventure and I hope to keep doing this. I literally weeped with joy while mixing this episode. Hope you like it. -Clay Groves, Chief Executive Fish Nerd...
Dave Kellam is back to tell us about his new start-up www.spototter.com we have a great time talking about launching and breaking boats. We also get deep into the news and learn about how hippos are killing fish. We got a call from the crappie hippie with a stump the Fish Nerds and of course we have a ton of laughs!
We are super lucky to have had the chance to talk with Greg Myerson, if you recognize that name you a a striper nerd, he owns the world record striper company and is co-author of his own Biography Born To Fish I promised to talk about fishy spawning habits, we are going to talk a little about Bass Sex! I was contacted by a High School kid named Zach, he interviewed me as an expert on fishy careers and I turned the mic around on him!
Clay is joined today by Andrew Lewin, host, founder and self-proclamed Ocean-preneur of Speak Up For Blue. The Speak Up For Blue Podcast is a podcast designed to show you how to Live For A Better Ocean Andrew Welcome to the show! Here’s what’s happening on today’s show We are going to try to answer the question, is Catch and release cruel punishment to fish? We will discuss ocean conservation Do the news And more! SPONSORS www.fishnerds.com www.thirstproductions.com www.speakupforblue.com LINKS https://www.adn.com/adventure/2016/05/24/catch-and-release-fishing-cruel-and-unusual-punishment/ https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-04-25/fight-grows-over-who-owns-real-estate-drowned-by-climate-change http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-04-29/great-barrier-reef-$500m-package-to-preserve-area/9708230