35 Burst results for "Fish"

Brewers boost playoff hopes with 5-1 victory over Cardinals

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 hrs ago

Brewers boost playoff hopes with 5-1 victory over Cardinals

"A tense game the brewers played it like it was a must win They pulled away late for a 5 to one victory over the Cardinals The brewers used closer Devin Williams to get out of a situation in the 7th and they let him pitch the 8th as well Start a branded Woodruff struck out 9 over 6 innings And these moments is when I can focus in more and try to make pitches and yeah I just like pitching this time of year I love fishing in the playoffs and hopefully we can get back to that The brewers pulled away from a two to one lead Victor caratini two run double highlighted a three run 8th inning Check Freeman Milwaukee

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John Zmirak Takes Us Back to the Lunacy of the Kavanaugh Hearings

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 6 d ago

John Zmirak Takes Us Back to the Lunacy of the Kavanaugh Hearings

"You've shared this on the program before, but it's so important that people who are listening know the details of what happened and to reiterate when justice Kavanaugh, then not yet a justice was put up by Trump at the Supreme Court. The pro abortion left decided, again, because they've done this several times to go scorched earth to lie to make things up. And as their principle tool in this, they found a memoir written by Mark judge of his time of being an alcoholic in high school, and they thought this is just enough for us to create a narrative. We are going to lie, but we bet we can put this over on the American people and keep this guy off the Supreme Court because we don't want roe V wade over overturned. That's right. And so Christine daisy Ford couldn't say what year this rape allegedly happened. But she remembered all sorts of details all of them from Mark judge's book. So Eric, if somebody ever claims, wants to, if somebody wants to make a perjury involving you, they will use fish out of water. Your memoir of going to college. And there will be all these seemingly verifying details. Well, oh yeah, you did stay in that dorm. Yes, you did work at that place over the summer. Oh yeah, that's what you were wearing. On celery Green Day in 1983. Oh, this story knew this is seeming suspiciously real. It sounds like this person was there. Oh wait, he had a memoir. Okay? But again, they picked him Mark judge because he admitted to having memory lapses.

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The Left's Criminalization of Political Differences

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:02 min | Last week

The Left's Criminalization of Political Differences

"Want to talk today about the left strategy and dealing with Republicans and strategy that is focused on Trump, but I would argue in the end it's not just about Trump and to some degree it's not about Trump at all. So here is an article in The New York Times. Just from a day or so ago, it talks about 6 separate investigations into Trump. And let's look at what those are. There is the New York State investigation, and this is the New York attorney general letitia James who had campaigned. I'm going to investigate Trump. I'm going to go, I'll find something on him. So there's that investigation going on. There's the Manhattan DA's office investigation. That's not going too far. But that's the investigation that focuses on the Trump organization. That's led by the Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg. That's number two. Number three, there is the, there's the congressional investigation, of course, though, the forefront of this is the January 6th committee. So that's investigation number three. The congressional investigation more broadly and then the January 6th committee, which is number four, I guess. And then we have the newest investigations, including the investigation for about the Mar-a-Lago classified documents. So here we've got the kind of multiplicity of investigations and all of it seems like overkill. But the reason it's not overkill is that with none of these does the left really have the goods. They're fishing, yes. But what are they trying to accomplish with all this? The criminalization, if you will, of political differences. Well, what they're trying to accomplish is they're trying to create veto power over Trump. They're trying to say to Republicans basically listen. We, the Democrats get to say, we don't get to say who your nominee is in 2024. But we do get to say who it's not.

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Ali Velshi: America Dodged a Bullet but the Gun Is Still Loaded

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

07:24 min | Last week

Ali Velshi: America Dodged a Bullet but the Gun Is Still Loaded

"If you want the news, where do you go, Chris? Where'd he go, Travis? America's news, man. Ali belty. That's right. And here he is again. Good morning, Ali velshi. Good morning to you, my friend. It is great to see you again on this Friday morning. It's a Friday's always a great long day for me. And this is my, you know, this is getting my blood flowing in the morning stretches. Yeah, yeah. Right. This is your stretch for your weekend. And I have my your pillow. Yes. If my pillow, not anything relevant about my pillow, I just thought I'd bring my pillow. You know, I was going to read this tweet to you because this is where we find ourselves. You having to be a news reporter in this day and age. Patrick tweets, a pillow magnate, just had his phone seized by the FBI at a hardee's in connection to a fired reality TV host trying to steal The White House and I'm begging the writers of America season 246 to please stop drinking for even one day. Do you not feel like that when you're just like, who else was it? Oh, somebody, oh, Don said, it seems almost written that Trump will be picked up at a McDonald's. Who was the other guy in a clown wig at dairy? And dairy Queen. The guy that said Trump is going to be reinstated. But that's real. That's real. Ally. Where do we find ourselves at this juncture? The problem is, and as I've traveled around the world, it's all like this, right? It's all stuff that you could discount as not sufficient to make a movie plot. The type of lawyers Trump surrounded him with the four seasons landscaping thing after the election. It's all the Christina bob as his lawyer. It's all like that except two problems are occurring. One is they actually did real damage and continue to do real damage. They actually ruined real people's lives. So aside from people who were killed on January 6th, a lot of people were duped who are now going to jail. And Donald Trump continues to phone in to their rallies and things like that and encouraged. Not a bit of remorse. If I ever did anything that caused another human to spend a night in detention, I would be racked with remorse forever. But number three, which is the most important is that everybody looks at that stupid clown car and says, you know, they weren't going to succeed at this, which is not entirely true, right? But for Mike Pence making a decision at the last minute, our democracy could have been fully imperiled. There are a whole lot of smarter people out there who aren't part of the clown car. Who aren't Rudy Giuliani who want to buy who aren't, you know, all these lawyers that he's got who are looking at this thinking, um, I can figure out a way to get this right so that isn't a pillow guy and a McDonald's and all of this kind of stuff. That's actually what I worry about. The too many people look at this ridiculousness and write it off as, wow, that was stupid and ridiculous. But we didn't really Dodge a bullet. We actually really did Dodge a bullet and we better be careful because the guns got more in them. Yeah, this has caused one of America's premier newsman Ali velshi to bring an actual prop on a morning radio show. You actually brought a pillow because if I want to be really good, I'd have a pillow and a phone because the pillow magnet had his phone set. That's right. Now, you're going to cover that this weekend about by the way, it is not easy to see someone's phone, right? I mean, there have been a number of phones. Tell us about how you're covering that this weekend. Well, so I want to try to make sense of it, right? Because of the January 6th committee, there's the Department of Justice investigation in which Merrick Garland seems to have woken up to the idea that despite the possible damage and martyrdom of Donald Trump, if he's indicted for anything, the Department of Justice has to take this seriously and in a timely manner. So the DoJ has seized a bunch of phones. They put out a bunch of subpoenas. Now keep in mind, we got, we got Boris Epstein. He had his phone taken. And Mike Roman, who was a campaign strategist for Trump had a phone taken. The pillow man had his Jeffrey Clark had his phone taken back in June, Dan scavino, the social media director, had his and Bernie kerik. Former commissioner of the New York police, who was working with Rudy Giuliani in overturning the election, had his phone taken. It is very hard to take somebody's phone, by the way. The Department of Justice can't do it as a fishing expedition like Donald Trump likes to say. You can't take a phone for purely investigative investigatory purposes. You have to have probable cause of a crime and convince someone that you do. There's a high bar to getting someone's phone. Now, my confusion is that when it comes to pillow guy and guys like that, I feel like they've said all the quiet parts out loud on either fox or whatever crazy outlook will have them. So I'm curious as to what could possibly be on their phone, but they haven't already said they're being sued by dominion voting. They're being sued by all sorts of people. So I don't know, but I will say this that between the January 6th committee and the Department of Justice, they've all been very deliberative, more deliberative than many of your listeners are my viewers would like them to be. We took them to move faster in some cases. They've been very deliberative. So if they're getting the stuff, one of two things is happening. They know there's valuable information on those phones or it's information they already know and they are now calling these guys in or looking at their phones to say, we already know this. We just need further corroboration before we place charges or things like that. So those two things are happening and I don't know which. Right. So this special master ruling, we just talked to Glenn kirschner about it. I mean, it's just, it's getting harder and harder to sort of cover, first of all, I don't even know how you keep track of all of these stories of lawbreaking, and which crimes are being investigated by who. But you know, I mean, I guess Trump has succeeded once again in at least delaying. Yes, that's exactly what it is because the special master has to get through the documents now by November 30th. Which, you know, the Trump people had wanted three months. The Department of Justice and wanted less. November 30th, the one, the one thing about that, and I guess the Department of Justice doesn't care to get politics involved in this, but there's a sort of political thing happening between now and November 30th and it's November 8th, right? It's the actual midterm elections in which it does seem that some Republicans and conservatives are disgruntled by the degree of criminality that seems to surround the former Trump administration and Trump today. And so that's the frustration that why November 30. This is just a delay tactic. There may or may not be some documents that were seized that were inappropriate, but generally speaking, the FBI and what's called its filter team do a relatively good job of this. So this is just going to be a way to do what Donald Trump has always done. One day, perhaps Donald Trump will face the music. Yeah. He's very, very, very good at delay, and that's what the special master essentially. Yeah. Speaking of politics, our Republicans trying to lose the midterms. Let's talk about the Lindsey Graham's proposed. Right? That's exactly right. And now this stunt was desantis and Abbott, you know, illegally flying migrants in some cruel prank. So it's cruel. It's cruel and the cruelty seems to be the point. I'm not sure that moves the needle politically all that much other than gets Democrats who were thinking of not voting. To vote. But I think abortion may have done that anyway. So I think you're seeing a lot of energy amongst Democrats, which you wouldn't have seen in the midterm typically. But the Lindsey Graham thing just weird, right? The

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Why Don McLean's 'American Pie' Is so Special to AJ

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

03:49 min | Last week

Why Don McLean's 'American Pie' Is so Special to AJ

"Her happy, your family will be intact, and at the end of the day, that's what matters the most. Family. Anyhow, the other day, one of my listeners and I'm sorry, I can't remember who. But one of my listeners asked me, hey man, have you seen the documentary on Don McLean? Don McLean's amazing song American pie. And I hadn't. And I finally got around to it yesterday, and it is a very special piece of programming. Because I mean, we all have memories of bye bye, miss American play. I remember the album as if it were yesterday. My sister Lorraine had it. And I could even tell you what was on the B side. It was American, the front of the album was American pie, and then a song called till tomorrow. And then one of my favorite songs, Vincent, about Vincent van Gogh, which is insane. Starry starry night. I love that song. And then the song crossroads. And that album was played endlessly in my house. And the words to those songs are etched in my brain, especially American pie. I mean, you grow up hearing albums like that. Hearing men speak of such melancholy, such sorrow. It kind of prepares you for life in a certain way. So that when it's your turn to face the breakup or the death of some loved ones and you can fall back and just listen to those songs and say, okay, all right. I'm exactly where Don McLean was. I'm exactly in the right spot. I'll be fine here until I can continue on. You know, it's funny because I never knew my mother was the same way when it came to music. The same way as me. She was never the first one to run to what she called, we call the Hi-Fi a victrola. She wasn't the first one to put an album on. That was for me and my sisters and my father, my mom didn't do that. And the amazing thing is when we got that from my father's wake, she went fishing inside the big stereo, which she called stereo when she was in calling it a controller. And she found this 45 RPM record and she said, AJ helped me with this help me because she really couldn't do it with the little thing you put in the middle of the yellow little thing and I got a mom. Please play this song. And it was a song by the ink spots. A song called I miss you so. I've said the lyrics to you years ago. All those happy hours, I spent with you that lonely afterglow, most of all, I miss you so. Beautiful song about a man and a woman missing each other. And I swear to God, that night after the wait, there were maybe 15 relatives that were sitting around the dining room table and every time that song ended, she would tell me play it again. And then it would end, then she said, play it again. It was like she was back there with my dad when they were kids walking home. From a social club in Brooklyn on those nights, we kept trying to convince her to break off her engagement with a guy named Joe. So he'd know before he went off to World War II that he had a girl back home. And it

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What Will Eric Discuss With Andrew Klavan at Socrates in the City?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | Last week

What Will Eric Discuss With Andrew Klavan at Socrates in the City?

"What are you most excited to talk with Andrew clavin about at your upcoming Socrates event? This is like a cream puff question. Because if you listen to this program when I interviewed Andrew clavin about his new book, the truth and beauty, he brings a literary genius mind to the words of Jesus, that doesn't often happen. And I have to tell you what he does in the book the truth and beauty, that's going to be the main subject of conversation because I'm a literary guy. I appreciate literature. I was an English major in college, and I appreciate classic literature, so the idea, the basic idea of the conversation is, you know, how did the greatest poets in the English language in the romantic period help you understand the words of Jesus or the tougher passages, what Jesus says tough thing. So that's the main conversation, but I also want to talk to them about really to answer this question. He wrote a book came out a few years ago talking about it's kind of like my book fish out of water. It's like the story of his life and how he came to faith. It is nuts. I could do a separate Socrates and said he just done that. It is absolutely an insane story. And I do want to get into that with him at the Socrates in the city event and which reminds me go to Socrates and city dot com. Please buy a ticket by tickets for your friends if you want to come in. We want to make it possible for you. To stay at the union league club if you can come September 27th, we're doing an event in Houston on October 12th, that registration just opened up with James tour. But these are exciting events.

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Dead fish in San Francisco Bay Area blamed on toxic red tide

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Dead fish in San Francisco Bay Area blamed on toxic red tide

"A toxic red tide is blamed for dead fish in the San Francisco Bay Area I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest An unprecedented red tide in the San Francisco Bay Area is killing thousands of fish and other marine life whose carcasses are washing ashore creating a foul odor that experts say could get worse during this weekend's expected heat wave Crews have begun to remove dead crabs bat rays striped bass and other fish that began piling up on the rocky shores of Oakland's Lake merit over the weekend The fish die off at Lake Merritt and its spots throughout the Bay Area may be due to a harmful algae bloom that has been spreading across the base since late July most algae blooms end after a week or so officials say a year's long drought has prevented stagnant water from flowing into the ocean and unseasonably warm and sunny weather may be helping the algae spread reports of dead fish started coming in last week I'm Lisa dwyer

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Joel Dahmen on How Hard It Is to Caddie

Fore The People

02:44 min | Last month

Joel Dahmen on How Hard It Is to Caddie

"You're right. You caddy for Brandon harkins last week. You caddy for your boy Brandon on the corn ferry tour. Caddy and gives you a whole different perspective, doesn't it? Like it's art. It's way harder than play it. So being a pretty good tour player last whatever 5, 6 years, brand was my best friend, wanna help me out. Anyway, Dan, and he needed a new guy on the back for a week. And I said, look, I'm there. So I flew up there, do it. And he was like, hey, do you want to do you want to carry bag? And I was like, dude, if I can't caddy and Boise, so it's like it's a old golf court, so like greens and teaser next to each other. It's flat. There is like one hill. If I can't make it up a hundred near the pill, I got the issues. I'm in the prime of my life. I'm 34. I am clearly jacked. I got it all. So I cared for 9 holes on Tuesday, but you get so much downtime on Tuesday and you're really getting numbers and you just put in the well you kind of like clicks the balls and chug it back to them and you kind of like laugh and giggle the whole time and it's fun. It clearly Brandon's really good a call. He was in the rich of the year race. His first year on tour and he'll be back. He's good. But I'm cat in. So it all of a sudden like the lights come on. And it's Thursday, and I said, I was in the final group on Sunday at the USO Saturday at the U.S. open. And I was only I was more nervous on the first tee shot with a four off the tee that I wasn't at any point in my last year. Yeah. Because you have no control. What are you doing? Like, yeah, here's the right club, but if you don't hit it well, I'm to blame because there's a caddy's job to be blamed. So then so I like run down the hill. I want to get there. I want to get the number right. I haven't carry yours book in 5 years on tour because, like, that is great. I don't even know how far it doesn't matter. I just listen to him. So now I'm doing numbers. Now we're elevation in Boise, so now we're calculating 5% to 7% to possibly ten late afternoon. I'm doing all this stuff. In my head, while I started to maintain a normal caddy world with a heavy bag, my right shoulder, my right hip, my right ribs are now breaking because I'm terrible. And I'm doing this whole thing and I'm like, all right. And he's like asking questions. And I'm like, yeah, pitch you a chat, definitely fishing watts, love that. And he hits in and comes up in like a front bunker plug. I'm like looking back and like the worst call elbow at a 9 hour little green. What are we doing here? So that was an experience

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How Chef Andrew Gruel Got Into the Culinary Business

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:57 sec | Last month

How Chef Andrew Gruel Got Into the Culinary Business

"Tell us a little bit about your story. How did you get into this business? Tell us about what you've built and what your plans are now. Yeah, definitely. You know, I got into this business just as a first job. My parents said you got to keep working and it was 12 or 13. Washing dishes and ultimately I went to a small liberal arts college up in Maine, but realized that I loved cooking. I love food. I love finding out where food came from. So I hit the road after two years and ultimately got my culinary degree and then started working in restaurants around the country. I opened slot fish, which was a modern seafood shack in 2011. I started as a food truck, I took out a $14,000 in loans, and then I grew up the 30 locations and recently sold it. And now I'm doing the same thing with big farm pizza, two birds chicken. I got a vegetable concept that actually called butter leaf. And you know, our big thing is about feeding people. Food is the great unifier. So most of our restaurants, we give away 100% free meals to all veterans and we also feed kids kids always eat for free at our restaurants. That's

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Kathie Lee Gifford: 'We Try to Put God in a Box'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | Last month

Kathie Lee Gifford: 'We Try to Put God in a Box'

"Welcome back. I'm talking to these. Kathie Lee Gifford, not to be confused with all those people who claim to be Catholic Gifford. This is the original. And she has a book out called the God of the way we've been talking about it. Kathie Lee, you were just sharing this beautiful thing. And I think a lot of people, they don't maybe talk about it publicly, but they have these experiences through life. Where God is poking at them, winking at them, letting them know he's there. But for some reason, they're not ready, and then maybe later on, they look back. And I certainly had that experience in my life. It wasn't until my 25th birthday that Jesus came into my life. You know, once and for all, big time, but before that, there were many moments and I write about them in my book fish out of water. But the reason I bring it up is because a lot of people have this very crimped view of how God works. And he doesn't work in the way that we demand that he works. Like I was on cracks. I laid down the crack pipe, and then I got saved. Sometimes, but very often it's way more complicated than that, isn't it? It certainly is, the biggest mistake everybody does is we try to put God in a box. God is the creator of all things since the beginning of time, which was, he was there before time as we and he doesn't even he doesn't even live in a sense of time that we do. So we just try to take our finite minds and try to decide what God is. And it's ludicrous. I don't want a God that small. Then you can fit in my brain. You know, I want the God who sustains all things by his power to this day. I want a God who's The Rock of all things, the foundation of all of creation. And I don't believe this is the only solar system that there is in the world. We know that it isn't. So I just don't want a God that I can that I can limit.

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Why You Can't Compare Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:34 min | Last month

Why You Can't Compare Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy

"Tomorrow, is the 17th anniversary of Katrina, just pounding Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and the city of New Orleans into submission. As one of the greatest of natural disasters to ever strike the United States. Now I know you all down there having forgotten it, but I suspect. You know, a lot of Americans who weren't affected may have forgotten just how horrible that was. I mean, you asked, I can't even get passed. Just how many alligators were in the streets and some people's homes once the floods began. You know, we had a storm in Long Island. A hurricane called sandy that was a matter of fact, sandy's winds were stronger than Katrina's. Sandy's landfall was worse than Katrina, but there were no floods involved like Katrina. We didn't have Lake pontchartrain empty onto Long Island. So the storm was worse, but we did have some of the bay water come into people's homes. And we experienced bait fish in our living room. Bait fish and on garage and basements. Once the canals opened were all the float. But you can't, I mean, bay fish versus a fucking alligator in your living room? No, I can't.

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Florida's Lavern Spicer Is a Grassroots Candidate Like No Other

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last month

Florida's Lavern Spicer Is a Grassroots Candidate Like No Other

"Spicer is here. This is why the Republican establishment is like, I don't know if we want to win. Well, I want Laverne to win and I want people like her to win. Laverne, welcome to the program. How are you? I am feeling very well and thank you Charlie for that warm welcome. Well, I just love your background. I love why you're running. Tell our audience, what is your background? Why are you running? Tell us about yourself. Okay. Well, I'm running because 22 years ago, I started a food bank in my community. And we provide food for several thousand families. Each and every month. That's the senior community that made less than $200 a month $5 on food stamps. That's the veterans that are staying in the street because they don't have a place to go. We give them a hot food. And also box food that they can take home to cook. We have those people that are homeless that have been left behind, that have been destroyed because of these failed policies of the Democrats. We are here to keep them afloat and to show them love and restore their dignity and life. So after doing this for so many years, I heard president Trump say, why don't you take your community back because they're not helping you anyway. So that just wrong a bail for me and I'm like, and I was like, you know, he's right. It's time to go to the next level of fighting for these people. And show them how to fight for themselves because the black community is tired of being sick and tired. We're tired of the Democrats last. They only use us for the votes. They come out and get these old people, these dinners of fish and salmon, and then once they vote for them, you know, they don't have us. And that's why these communities are failing.

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Lt. Col. Oliver North (Ret.) Reacts to the Mar-a-Lago Raid

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | Last month

Lt. Col. Oliver North (Ret.) Reacts to the Mar-a-Lago Raid

"North, your new book, I'm on it, launches today. You've got to get it. It's the giant awakes. It's about this FBI tough guy, one of the good FBI agents, Jake Cruz. It's a classic classic thriller. But I have to ask you, given what we've witnessed in the last ten days in America, and I love I've worked closely with the FBI for years. Some of the best guys there are former marines, lots of marines in the bureau, but how do you react to the events at Mar-a-Lago? Are you as horrified as I am? Oh, absolutely. I mean, it's unprecedented. I know that this afternoon they released some redacted portions of the so called affidavit that led to the raid, I very quickly let students before we sat down. I don't see anything in it that justified what took place. What I believe is about to happen said, is it probably right after the beginning of the final phase of the campaign for 2022. You're going to have a press conference held by the attorney general and probably the director of the FBI that announces that in the documents that they seized, they found evidence of a crime and the crime was remember, this was a fishing expedition. This wasn't going after a specific document. Here's what's kind of like the old days with a special prosecutor. I know, give us the man. This is right out of the communist doctrine. Give us the man. We'll find a crime.

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Sebastian Talks to President Trump's Attorney Christina Bobb

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:30 min | Last month

Sebastian Talks to President Trump's Attorney Christina Bobb

"An eyewitness to what happened at Mar-a-Lago last week. She is an attorney to my former boss president Trump, Christina bob. Welcome to America first. Thank you so much. I'm so excited to be here. All right, so let's do a sanity check. You're gonna be our verification. This is a former FBI agent called Stuart Kaplan, who gives us his understanding of what happened at Mar-a-Lago, cut 8 play cut. We know through her own statements, she was restricted and kept out if Christina bob was allowed to come in, she would have said, hey, guys, what are you looking for? Let me make your life a lot easier. Here are the documents here in the boxes. Be on your way and leave. I can only conclude one thing, Dan. The fact that they would prevent a council or a lawyer or the target of a search warrant to be prevented from watching just as a bird's eye view and keep in mind, I understand officer safety. We don't want to let anybody impede or obstruct the search. But it would always be one reason. And that stand because they came in there, not really knowing what the hell they were looking for. It was a fishing expedition. They went through everything. They rifled through everything and they were hoping they were going to find some smoking gun. No, I don't know if you're like a triple quadruple black belt in ninjutsu, maybe you're a super dangerous person to 300 pound FBI agents in ceramic plated bulletproof vests. But what actually happened? Is that true were you kept out of the building? How did the raid go down? Give us a blow by blow, please, Christina, as eyewitness. Yeah, he was exactly right. I arrived on scene after I got a phone call that the FBI was braiding Mar-a-Lago, and I needed to respond so I got down there about ten 30. They had been there for a while, so I'm guessing they got their maybe 9 o'clock, probably no earlier than 8 o'clock in the morning. And I reached out to the FBI agents in charge there and I said, you know, I want to see a warrant. They pushed back. They originally didn't even want to let me see the warrant. We fought for I got to stop you here. I'm no lawyer. I'm no longer, but even if you're going into a crack house, my understanding and correct, I know I'm an immigrant. I only became an American citizen in 2012. My understanding is you must show the front page of a warrant to the person whose property you are rating. Am I wrong on that? Right. That's my understanding as well. And of course, I made that argument loud and clear

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AP's global religion team explores sacred rivers around the world, what they mean to those whose faith is tied to the waterways, and the existential challenges ahead.

AP News Radio

02:50 min | Last month

AP's global religion team explores sacred rivers around the world, what they mean to those whose faith is tied to the waterways, and the existential challenges ahead.

"In this week's religion roundup a stream of faith runs through the world's sacred rivers The global religion team at The Associated Press explored sacred rivers around the world and the existential challenges they face AP explored 6 rivers that cross the Middle East the Pacific Northwest New Zealand Nepal Nigeria and Chile Among them is the Jordan River familiar to Christians and Jews from biblical stories AP's Jesse guardar ski and adherence along the banks of the Jordan describe the role the river plays today The Jordan River is revered by Christians as the site of the baptism of Jesus Because in my religion they use it many times throughout the years So it's good to actually real well you also from the souls Many modern day visitors immerse themselves in the sacred waters in a show of faith We can just simply imagine John's baptizing the believers here waiting for the arrival of Jesus Christ But the lower Jordan River has suffered from decades of water diversions for agriculture and domestic use Today the river's annual water flow is down to just a tiny fraction of its historic levels The Jordan joins other sacred world rivers and facing severe challenges in the Pacific Northwest the Columbia river winds its way from British Columbia through the states of Washington and Oregon The river and the bounty it provides feature prominently in Native American ceremonies at rituals Patricia whitefoot from the yakama nation says the waters are a reminder that humans weren't the first ones here We're taught that the animals and the fish and the birds the mountains the water They were all here And so what we do is really a gift a gift to all of us Today dams climate change and population growth threatened this way of life On the ocean river in Nigeria illegal gold mining along the river has made its waters increasingly toxic However some like activist Anthony and deja vu are hopeful that the sacred river can return to a safe condition I'm optimistic and I believe that it is possible the government just needs to have that political will to save the iconic river AP journalists depart says the people she encountered on the project were grateful that the religious role of their rivers was no longer being overlooked They were thrilled that someone actually wanted to talk about their religion because that has always been pushed to the back door in the middle of legislation politics fishing rights all those issues have taken the front seat over the years over the decades but when it came to religion hasn't really seen the light of day You can find more about AP's 6 part sacred rivers project at AP news dot com I'm Walter ratliff

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Todd Starnes: 'Arby's Has the Best Fish'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:18 min | Last month

Todd Starnes: 'Arby's Has the Best Fish'

"Have a weird, there's something weird that I do every day after the show just about. Arby's, which is, you know, I'm not a big Arby's fan, but for some reason, Arby's has the best fish in America. Ew. No. A huge fan of what? That's like saying McDonald's has good things. Oh, they've got, I love the Filet-O-Fish. I don't think that's real fish. There's something else mixed. Does that make me a bad person? It makes you a fried human being. It's the fried fish with the hush puppy banner. Love that stuff. I'm trying to eat healthy. So I thought, you know I'm gonna do the fried fish. Eat a salad. Well, I can do that. I mean, that's called coleslaw, but so I'm trying to eat healthy, so I'm trying the fried fish at Arby's. And it's very delicious. If you call that healthy. I think I've lost a pound or two, maybe. I'm not even gonna ask how, because all right, so you don't like our food. I really don't. I think that the roast beef, here's my thing. They have good fries, they have a good shake, so I'll give them that, but they're beef. I just think about it that this roast beef has just been sitting there in like a foil packet and it's kind of slimy. I just don't do it. I like a roast beef sandwich when it's fresh, not for Arby's. I remember

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For Sports Agents LIV Golf Is a 'No Brainer'

Fore The People

01:34 min | Last month

For Sports Agents LIV Golf Is a 'No Brainer'

"I think I got to take the perspective of an agent right now. Because if you think about this, the age of right, when you're a player, a lot of these high profile guys, they literally are on a leash by their agent. They don't do anything that their agent says not to do. A robot and the best sense of the word, and then when their agent tells them to show up where this, eat that, talk to him, get this phone number, play golf with him, they do it, right? They do it. So a lot of these dudes, especially these younger guys, can get swayed by the agents. So much and if I'm taking the agent's perspective here on Cameron Smith and he's got a $100 million fishing line out in front of him, guess what the agent fee on the PGA Tour is the normal one is. 20%. It's 20 percent. So 20 million dollars of that 100 million would go to this agent. That, that's generational money for the agent. Not just Cameron Smith, so what do you think that agents pushing for? What do you think bubba Watson and Dustin Johnson, all their agents were pushing for? All Greg Norman has to do is get a bunch of agents on his side. That's it. And he's going to have a full roster period. But so that's kind of my perspective on it. I've got kind of an aged point of view at this point with the live because the agents want these guys to take it more than anything. It's the biggest cut in professional sports. There's not another pro sport that pays 20%. To their agents.

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Sebastian Talks Mar-a-Lago Raid With Trump Lawyer Christina Bobb

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:43 min | Last month

Sebastian Talks Mar-a-Lago Raid With Trump Lawyer Christina Bobb

"Most important guests we could have on the show. I think we need to reach out to president Trump as well, get him back on the show. But we have an eyewitness to what happened at Mar-a-Lago last week. She is an attorney to my former boss president Trump, Christina bob, welcome to America first. Thank you so much. I'm so excited to be here. All right, so let's do a sanity check. You're gonna be our verification. This is a former FBI agent called Stuart Kaplan, who gives us his understanding of what happened at Mar-a-Lago, cut 8 play cut. We know through her own statements, she was restricted and kept out if Christina bob was allowed to come in, she would have said, hey, guys, what are you looking for? Let me make your life a lot easier. Here are the documents. Here are the boxes. Be on your way and leave. I can only conclude one thing, Dan. The fact that they would prevent a council or a lawyer or the target of a search warrant to be prevented from watching just as a bird's eye view and keep in mind, I understand officer safety. We don't want to let anybody impede or obstruct a search. But it would always be one reason. And that Stan because they came in there, not really knowing what the hell they were looking for. It was a fishing expedition. They went through everything. They rifled through everything and they were hoping they were going to find some smoking gun. No, I don't know if you're like a triple quadruple black belt in ninjutsu, maybe you're a super dangerous person to 300 pound FBI agents in ceramic plated bulletproof vests. But what actually happened? Is that true were you kept out of the building? How did the raid go down? Give us a blow by blow, please, Christina, as eyewitness. Yeah, he was exactly right. I arrived on scene after I got a phone call that the FBI was braiding Mar-a-Lago, and I needed to respond so I got down there about ten 30. They had been there for a while, so I'm guessing they got their maybe 9 o'clock, probably no earlier than 8 o'clock in the morning. And I reached out to the FBI agents in charge there and I said, you know, I want to see a warrant. They pushed back. They originally didn't even want to let me see the warrant. We fought. I got to stop you here. I'm no lawyer. I'm no longer, but even if you're going into a crack house, my understanding and correct, I know I'm an immigrant. I only became an American citizen in 2012. My understanding is you must show the front page of a warrant to the person whose property you are rating. Am I wrong on that? Right. That's my understanding as well. And of course, I made that argument loud and clear to which they did then show me the warrant. They allowed me to see it. They did not give me a copy until the very end of about 9 or so hours later. I

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"Towards fish and he does things like dry aging fish and he's got the like the breakdown like adam did on on a lot of different fish and really talk about utilizing the entirety of the fish. And it's I think. I got his book last year for for christmas and just kind of dove into it and i tried to play around quite a bit with when When i was down in the keys in in spearfishing more and man it is such a when you start to kind of put your mind at that point and be like well all right so we we know. There's there's good fish and there's bad fish cultures driven that into our head of like. Don't eat this. Eat that if we step away from that and say well we've got this fish over here. It's good for x. Y. z. recipes. We've got this fish over here. That's better for you know. Abmc recipes so how can we take the fish That's good for x. y. z. And really bring out the flavors of that fish in really understand how to make that fish tastes better or to you know add ingredients sir complemented just just like you would with anything else and i think in in this conversation we look at it. The what people refer to trash fish which in all reality people all over the world are eating so i would love to get rid of that terror berta. Unfortunately i think that may be an uphill battle for us. But i don't know i think it's a fun way a i like what both you guys are doing. In encouraging the use of different types of fish like why not in like you said there's people around the world eating all these fish when when over here we may not be and that's a really good way if you're interested in in getting into it and trying something just looking elsewhere for recipes like like eastern europe for car china The snakehead fish is commonly China The they love lampert. See larry in france in. Most people will just shuttered. The here but it's it's a delicacy elsewhere so so if you're looking to you to explore them a little bit as it's worthwhile looking to see who else is making them around the world just following suit because they've been doing it elsewhere for your for years and years and years and has some really interesting recipes so i think that's an easy way to to assure yourself if you're on the right track or not in an eating something that's a little different or challenging. I think we were talking about Other fish food around the world a job to thought my mind like How in certain aspects we may change the common name of fish to sort of be more appetizing and more palatable and The one that comes Comes to mind is the patagonia toothfish. You guys call that now. Chilean seabeds sound so nice. Now so just rolls off the tongue but have you ever looked at a picture of one..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"Fill it with water. So he could get the big fish into the boat and then he would bail out the water and then get back to shore. That's how he would get his fish back. What's yes so you. There are photos of the so. Like i just wanted to this amazing so for me when i'm out there like yeah when i'm out there When i'm out there hunting antelope mule deer. And i'm you know lost or having this crazy backcountry experience and i'm trying to push myself and mike two. This is nothing compared to stuff that that He did back in the you know A very long time ago. You know he was. He was a shipbuilder But pretty like that takes that takes guts so yeah it was a long time ago. Yeah enemy to if you think about your catching a tarp and big enough to put in dinghy like tarp inter pretty pretty wild fish. They fight like crazy and in their big. I mean the older ones. The really old ones are are big like it's not like oh yeah i'm gonna have this like foot and a half tarpon some the flood my boat. No it's like this thing's probably the size of his bike. The link of his dinghy or whatever. He's taken out. Y'all have to try and find that photo and send it to you. Because it's it's a pig. Yeah there's like there's one photo of this But that's awesome so you talk about a fishing story that there's some pretty cool fishing stories on my family history there so yeah man. That's so rad. I couldn't imagine to like the florida keys at that time period You know one of those guys were coming down here and setting up shop and doing all those crazy wild things like that like this place you think about the wild wild west being rough but like the florida keys. You're like a hundred something miles from the nearest anything that resembles any point of civilization. The only way to get out of there is by boat train right. They had a chain. That went down there for a while and that this was before the train this when people were just sailing down here so jeff is your is your family have connection to fogarty's restaurant or is the fogarty's restaurant named after the streets I don't know Actually I lived in key west until last summer to. That's were justin linked up. Yeah and i used to live on We still have a house in tampa. My parents do so. I go down there. I'll you know we go to their down there every year. But i used to live in fort myers out on captive island and we used to take We to take one of those Boats down to the keys Yeah the highest seed paddy moran. Yeah yeah we used to go down there and and get into trouble and But.

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"A little ice cube in there so generally. My daughter gets the dish And then she gets the pretty dish right So you know so. The little bit more decorated So yeah i'll i'll i'll. I'll make that dish that for the photo. A run downstairs Try to get the photo but you know i. I'm not going to sit there and spent ten twenty minutes like i literally have take the shot. Take the shot tried to get a wider shot I might do both the phone because that would be okay for instagram or facebook. But then if it's going to be something. I'm going to submit to a magazine like i need to Like if it's got that. Look and i'm like yeah. I think this would be maybe magazine worthy than i'm gonna. I'm gonna use good camera just because the quality And i mean it's not a great camera. Just a canon rebel. But it's it's one we bought when our daughter was born rights. we could take good photos But it's just got that higher quality of a photo and then and try to get some wider. You know 'cause they might wanna crop it so if you're gonna try and submit those recipes you wanna get a little bit of a wider shot So just turning the to like. I'm gonna turn the plate like four times get every single angle and then then the key to having your family Keep their sanity. And you have a happy marriage Then set your phone down. Don't look at those pictures and then go sit down and have dinner have supper with your family and enjoy and then help with bedtime and then spend time with your wife and then i get up at five in the morning and then i go through those and And see what i can do with them pot tim. That's the secret of all photography with wild game. Cooking is then set the phone down and don't spend the whole night going through those pictures and driving yourself crazy. Maybe i didn't get a good shot. So do do you ever feel though like oh man the moment like i didn't get a good photo and now the moment is gone because the plates consist yep. That's what i have to start all over. It's like It's like an anxiety point for me. I'm like oh man. If i don't get this it's going to cause people that don't do food photography..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"We still don't but I that's respect tony's though like ron satcher it's at I always have to containers big containers in the house at all times. That's the minimum amount we have and then the pheasant that i ve hasn't was throwing a crock pot with cream of mushroom soup and nothing exciting By first dear. Was you know it was just burger and some steaks and that wasn't even to exciting so it wasn't until but i love the hunting aspect of it and i loved cooking. And i didn't But it was my wife who You know. I cooked all these. You know what she thought were these great meals and i took a lot of time on a lot of effort when we were first dating and then even just being married and then But not doing anything with the wild game so it was just in the last few years that i Listening like picking up. Hank shaw's cookbooks and And then joining that. That haunt gather cook facebook group. That just opened my eyes to. Ym i- spinning all this time and effort and money on buying all these different Foods to make to create all these recipes and not using the wild game in my freezer. Right i just. I don't know what i was doing. So so i combine the two and And started cooking for her and now we have five and a half year old daughter Who wild game. And so i just kind of have transformed our I'm proud to say. I formed a home environment where the word supper is synonymous with the words antelope deer duck and goose so Air converts converts. Yeah i saw actually. It's your recipe. That came out today. The southern fried rabbit and like the headline that i think that been put with it was that that your wife wasn't a fan of rabbit at all until she tried this dish. Yeah yeah yes she would never try it before. And i had cooked at a few different ways so But yeah so she ate it. She tried it so she loves fried chicken. She'll probably not venture into it again but she ate it that one time. So she's a big. Yeah yeah that's right It's just like our daughter at you. Have to try the food. At least once you have to try them But my wife and my daughter will tell everyone. That antelope is her favorite meat. Now it's otto slits my favorite meat to so. Yeah that's cool not sound very self serve. But i appreciate it when everyone loves antelope me because i think it's very under appreciated meat and a bothers me the times that i've been to wyoming and like talk to the locals there under like shoot them all like we don't want them here..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"Podcast everybody welcome back to harvest nature wild fish and game podcast hosts here justin townsend and a have a a slew of crew in front of me for tonight's crew chat Pretty excited on what. We're going to be conversing about Gonna get the normal admin stuff out of the way i so With that i'll give you updates on on myself. So depending on the timing of this release it may or not may or may not be super time delayed but spent couple of days up in the okala national forest doing bid a turkey hunting. I'm not gonna tell you if you're if i was successful or not you're gonna have to listen to the podcast. We are going to release for that if it has not already actually been released we'll see in addition to that shooting for spring bear here pretty soon followed on by heading up to missoula for the rhonda view. I'm going going to be doing a cooking up there. So if you get the opportunity to come up in Do a meet and greet be sure to shoot us an email. Let us know. I'll be there would absolutely one hundred percent love to connect with each and every one of you if you're in the area camp in having beers tendon events whatever. Just let me know. We'll set up something and have a beer and a chat for sure so with that those kind of all the updates. I got going on trying to take a look at the fall season. Plan my roadmap for the hunting and fishing year but looking forward to all the exciting things that are come in twenty. Twenty one cory. What do you got for us. We did get a hot tip from a listener on a previous episode. The essential equipment for wild game cooks On that episode. We briefly talked about vacuum sealers and vaccine like stock and stuff..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"On what. What else did we have on there. green chili green chilies with adobe adobe adobo season not adobe acrobat adobe yeah And yeah it was good stuff definitely definitely definitely the way to do fish tacos. Yes so. I've done these fish tacos multiple times and i We actually had had for lent during lent this year on friday and it was the perch that i caught Through the ice when we want ice fish i caught about fifteen purchase kept him and cleaned him and i did these fish tacos when i was making it. I didn't flake. I forgot the flake him and i was hungry. So i was just piling on the inhale in your food on the fillets all my taco and then i have a tendency to take a bite and basically inhale and i forget that you 'cause they're really good and so i took a bite an inhaled and realized that i had missed bones when i was cleaning them. So i got a throat full. Or i got a A perch bone down my throat and like instant gag and like. I had to go the bathroom. I got sick and i've tried to try to get that out of trying to get that out actually vomited and finally eventually got it out and you know you that mental blockage that you have when you get sick after after eating something even if it's not the thing that got you sick you opiate of with it and and i was like i. I love these tacos. I can't. I can't not cannot eat them so like i clean myself up. Went back out and finished my tacos like they too good to waste. But so yeah. But definitely the i mean. It doesn't add to be. Trout doesn't have to be purged. I mean you could do this with any type of pretty white fish or is a little bit different type of flash than like purchaser wall i ed perch and walleye are like the the preferred fish that nice white firm and they stayed sorta chunky yet inches gilly and flayed The trout or i think a little fattier. They don't the little oil your. Yeah but i mean when you have avocado sauce and all the other day it doesn't matter. Yeah because it really you those fixing to put it on anything. I mean heck you could use you can use pork. Put it on karnavas or something like that and like all great like you had them venison gardenias put that stuff it with those pickled onions..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"At like allure an or it looks like it's women yet and it looks like a a hurt or an injured. Bait fish catch primarily brown trout with the but we catch you know the occasion rainbow with it as well but before we learn the salmon egg technique. That's what we used and we were successful at it but we weren't nearly as successful as we are with the salmon egg and wonder if that just comes from like it's so much easier like Your egg fell off like you can throw this on so much more so seems like your way more successful. That's exactly it. It's in the water. More right exact- that's the key the more your line. The longer line is in the water the more chance and as you have yeah so like i. I don't fart around. Like i get my salmon egg my sling pack from allen. Has it's like a. it's a bottle holders to hold water bottles. But instead of that i put my jar salmon eggs in there and i leave the cap off. They're not gonna fall out and and have to keep reaching in an open. The cam out reaching grab put put the go on the hook cats back out. There takes me five seconds to rebate. And i i keep my line in that water as long as long as possible and a more successful. Yeah i like the. I like playing the fish though. So like the Jeff one of the guys that we fish the guy that actually taught us the technique jeff came up with that or he found it this way. Yeah he while he was telling everybody about today right. he doesn't like the play. The fish he's one of the guys at Just wants keep catching him so he he horses them rate in like gets it so that the officials on the top of the water just skims to him. He gets it. He's pulling it that really pulls rate in like you see bass fishermen do like i watch bash bass fishing videos and like they just hurry up. This real. in his fastball. Have savant fight it a little bit. But he does that with the trout so he gets it and then he's back out more fish so he can catch. You know another two three fish. While i'm still playing in unhooking mine so one thing. I learned like Just to keep fishing longer or more often is like the way that i tie my hoax on. So like i learned this allows fly fishing. Because like i will lose flies and stuff like that or want to change out and i don't tie my flies on or hooks on like what's i forget. What the what's the name of that. Not where you loop it through you. Put it through the eye and then you bring it around the loop twist it and then i forget what the heads of clench and put it back through. The bottom of that is not the eye of the loop but the teardrop shaped loop and then you pull everything tight. I always mess that up when my fingers aren't working and it's cold out and stuff like that today like today. i can't get the dexterity to twist all at around. Put it through without a bunch up on itself and stuff like that. So what i do in might seem like a bit of a pain in the ass is i put the tag on the line through the i get enough of it out loop back around and put it back through the eye and so that end. That's folded over. I then tie an overhand..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"The key is to when you're drifted through the runs and stuff to keep your line off the water and so as soon as something hits that hook hits the bait your you float goes down. You can set the hoke as quickly as possible. And what's great about that is at. It happened so fast every single fish that you can't nearly every single trout that you catch it's right on the lips so you real men and and it's easy to to get the hook out and let him go. Yeah they're not they're not swallowing it or anything. It's really nice and most of the fish in that that we're doing catch-and-release. I don't find that the trout tastes the greatest however we did decide to keep a few today. But we'll talk about that. We'll get into that later so like going to like back to that technique like if you've ever any like ten kara fishing or something like that basically an extendable rod. I think that's also something in japan but like it's gotten popular in the past few years in the united states as well but it's like you get like a nine or ten foot rod and your line is actually attached to the tippy rod and you cast very similarly to fly fishing but you try to keep that line off the water you can let it float like again very similar to fly fishing but sort of that same thing. You want a nice dead drift with it. You wanna be able to strike once you see your indicators. Something go under. Yeah it's it's it's a really fun and effective way to fish that we we actually just had back in february one of our field. Saf riders justin yeager wrote about a ten car iran. Yeah the yeah. The key is to keep slack to minimum. So you can. You're sensitive to to the hits and and can react pretty quickly. But i mean that i. We won stream in the morning. We fish there until about two o'clock but we basically stayed in a hundred yard stretch. We just kept are going up up and down the same stretch because it was to stretch. I know well and There's all these little pockets at hold. He worked down. And you find a pocket that are holding. Fish are biting. And then he'd worked through that and then they'd have slow down you move up or down yet and you get them. Get them by find. Another pocket was biting. And i actually had a hold of a palomino palomino. Yes or yeah. A lot of people call golden rainbows. It's not a golden trout because that's different this is golden rainbow so the the big orange trout. I had a hold of it for a couple of minutes. But almost added into but it's spit the hook at pretty girthy too but i've caught. You'd never caught one of the. I've never call on a handful of last last. One i think was a couple of years ago. But i got pretty pumped the they stick out like a sore thumb in the water because there be a bright orange. So we call marker fish see see him you can see those ones laying out there and yet you know that there's other ones laying around it so you know that there's fish out there. You can mark fish marked fish and fish in that area..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"Year obviously not last year but Yeah we've been fishing together doing that sort of same trip since then yet we try to make it a a yearly trip. It's a good excuse to get away catching fish and fun so Today we went to a called oil creek. We got out there. It was probably pretty good conditions for fishing to add. Say because it was overcast it was rainy as local delo colder than all but we got out there pretty early. I think as soon as we got there we were into the fish today. They well corey was i was. I add reset all my rigging. Because i left it on from long time ago and all my sinkers are all split. Shot was all messed up but no core got into it then once. I got my stuff figured out we were. We were hitting them. We were the only ones hidden and there were four other guys around. They didn't they weren't catching anything. We're pulling them in was it was nice. It was nice cash fish. Show off to those guys downstream. I i will say this. I am not some expert fishermen. I i don't claim to be. I just stack the odds in my favour. We go to streams. I know very well that official longtime we go to spots that we know. Hold the fish and add also got out and done a lot of scouting like previously up to it re scouting ice fishing day and we go after they stock the trout. Pennsylvania has an extensive Stocking program so we take advantage of that we know when they're gonna stocks we kind of coordinate our yearly trip to kind of go off the the stock of couple streams so we can hit those and have some success. Pennsylvania has i think has a great stocking program because they've done it for a long time. I remember helping stock. When i was a kid. My dad would take me out of school. We'd goes talking but so it's put in take program so there's no expectation that these fish are going to hold over the next year. I mean i think some do but it's not it's not as back to and they're all was like the they're literally arm razor raise their hands re raise a they know to eat pellets. They noted not eat fish. Food corn stuff like that but like natural stuff. It might not come to them right away. So yeah they're not. There are no replenish. The population right. Yeah and i think it's so like i said it's a put in take program. Pennsylvania fishing boat commission's web website. They say sixty eight percent of the stock trout or rainbow trout with less likely to reproduce naturally in the stream so it's less of a concern for competition with Wild brook trout populations in pennsylvania..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"Yeah there you know butane burner stoves it's like a one burner runs on the butane. You take that out there in a pot in bring cans of like diced tomatoes and some different stuff all of a sudden you can clean a fish input raw fish chunks in there and cook it. Down makes fish chowder. That's just delicious. Little bit of sausage in there to go with it. That's that's really a great neil on the ice. It sounds good. Sounds like it's a meal that it'll stick to you to help keep you warm. Yeah so i was. Just i was just looking so the the inspirational dish for the trout. Lars l. a. r. b. it's Use a bunch of stuff but We can make it pretty much with any meat but A lot of the same ingredients is is our trout trout in parchment served over some pasta like a A rice based pasta. If that makes makes sense but super awesome awesome. I created during covid slot of free time on my fortunately so barb. What's the what's the best way for people to connect with you. If they wanted to reach out well our fishing club. Website is w. i. women fish dot com and on facebook. I'm captain barb kerry with a c. r. e. y. and then we have a A website for Women on ice in its women on ice dot com and matching facebook. Page go with that. So i'm kind of all over the place there It's it's fun you know. It's it's so you know it's funny because i say that i worked as a nurse in i worked as a cop but i've changed more lives working in the fishing industry than both of those to put together. That's awesome so that's awesome so it's kind of our last our last move before we close out the podcast. We sorta give everybody the opportunity for last thought and being your guests. The podcast all Not put you on the spot. I i'll i'll put corey on the spot. I and ask corey for his last thoughts. I just want to thank you for coming on as a pleasure talking with you. And i appreciate the tips on the what i shouldn't shouldn't do when introducing my my daughter to to fishing.

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"And the last up trout in parchment with thai basil. And this is one of my own recipes and i definitely recognize catching trout. Not lake trout though Have not yet caught at lake trout. Maybe you've got gotta come up and hang out with me for for about two weeks up here up so i think so. It sounds like i'm to the road trip. I was come house can pick you up. And then we'll just had west But i i like so using the parchment paper to cook your trout in. It's a very traditional french. Method of preparation and It's a impact pup. Yet is the true like term you would use and i probably butchered the pronunciation of that but we'll we'll give me a b plus or alga it'd be plus but anyway Thai basil. We have a. We grow at here at our house. It goes really well in the hot humid. Southern florida Environment so we have a lot of thai basil and it's always kinda very unique to try to pair it with dish dishes because it's often Overpowering to if you get too much of it a little bit goes a long way but with this one in particular. There's a it's a southeast asian dish of it off the top of my head to get called To garb gr be made with ground beef or ground meat but Within that itself it uses a lot of the same and it served over over pasta Very much in the same manner. That's definitely not it so our. I'll retract from my previous statements about the name of it but nonetheless. A great meal Lots of citrus tropical flavors The thai basil basil's great phenomenal with the trout Trout rainbow trout super buttery and a delicious the cooking. The parchment keeps it very very moist so doesn't dry out and then once she added to the other ingredients within the dish. It's a it's it's pretty phenomenal. So what's your What's one of your favorite ways to repair fish. That you've caught any fish. I guess we've we've talked a lot about eating fish. But what's the top well. Wisconsin is known for its fish fries. I mean there's these little supper clubs that are all over the place that have the traditional fish fry you can get your perjure your walleye or a variety of species. That's kind of staple in wisconsin which is always fun to go out have a nice old fashioned in the fish fry but at home. I do a lot of broiling lemon lemon pepper lot of this in that. I cook do a ginger teriyaki glaze on it in grill that on the grill. You know. that's just really really good Lot of times. I'll use leftover fish from recipes to make the fish tacos just because it goes. You know it's easy to just incorporate in the taco thing but in we fryer on by tortillas but we fry them up like a hard shell taco which is just you know the corn tortillas which are really really good with chopped up avocado and cilantro and all the fixings in there with the kind of like a street taco. It's just delicious. Childers fish chowder. We actually make fish chowder on the ice so really cooking on the ice there we go again..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"Specifically fear next wild fish or game meal chocolate about clientele like. What's your your average clientele and what times of the year you are you fishing most. Well you know my the people in the club have a wide demographic of age and but the biggest age group i would say his between forty five and sixty and what we see. Is you know all of a sudden. These moms kids are out of the house while they're done raising kids in running for volleyball basketball and all this stuff and they finally have some time to do what they wanna do into have just more free time to figure out what it is they want to do so that's kind of our big demographic. They're our oldest person in the club is eighty four. Yeah so we have lots in their seventies mid and late seventies. Lots in their sixties. Lots fifteen we have some twenty. Plus year olds in thirties and forties but for the largest chunk. Is that kids out of the household age woman. Okay it's fair and that that stems across from the club into into your guiding. Is well pretty much. You know a lot of most of my clients come from the club. Okay if you're going to go out on a charter boat you have to go with six people you know they take six people at a time so it costs more you know and if if you're they kind of do a drying system so the first fish goes to the first person in the sex so you're dividing your catch between six people it's good swaggie what we do here when we go out spearfishing..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"But that hit and soon as that hit happens. It's like all right. It's the methodical dance of like all right. I'm working with the fish. Were moving back and forth. Like i take a little bit. They take a little bit. I give a little bit. They give a little bit until hopefully eventually i win. But no you're right and it is to me even making about as an angler like the exact moments that i mike. I'm in it is like that hit of like that. I'm just like i'm here. i'll cast it. Do whatever you know. Let's go look at that tree. Let's go to that sunken log. You know it's whatever but it's that exact moment that the bite that's like that's the magic right. Fishing is one of the only times. I'm totally in the moment dishing. I'm just fishing. You know any other time you know doing set ma'am about something else i have to do or i'm thinking about sales and just trying to get through stuff but when i'm fishing i'm just fishing so let me ask you. This is that is that you personally fishing or or guiding as well. Because i'm very curious. I'm not a guide nor have ever been so. I'm i'm always curious to learn the ins and outs of people who do professionally. Well it is the same but it's more intense because there's more at stake there. There's a lot of pressure till those fish start coming in the in the bowl. You know and i run a small boat in big water. I'm basically You know like. I said before you know i was like a game changer. Pushing the buttons. In the only reason i'm salmon fishing is because when i when i started fifteen years ago i was mostly doing ice fishing because no other women were ice fishing. Well then a bunch of women started ice fishing. And i got into like big water. Trolling and stuff like that. In taught all those classes will really the last frontier. I see here is women out on the great lakes in their own boat. I am the only woman i ever see out there. Captaining the my own book. So i i take women out there to teach them how they can take their boat in. Go out there. It's not that hard. So in the meantime they're catching fish and they're running nine lines in there. You know having a lot of fun in their learning a lot. But that's kind of why i'm doing it just to expose women to that adventure in. That's kinda you know you talk about the rush. In the drennan feeling salmon is on the top of the list. You know saltwater you're dealing with waves and wind and whether in deep water so many variables and it's figuring that out isn't quite an accomplishment. It's a it's a big swath of water and you're like all right where they at. How can i out tonight find them. And how can i catch them right. And you know when you're writing the pressure's on because people are paying you money to bring a fissionable. You know if i if i'm fishing by myself. I mean sure. I'll be disappointed if i don't catch any but the pressures on when you're fighting until a couple of fish come in a boat then you almost take a deep exhale and say okay. Well we're we're on a good start here. yeah. I can see that i've had yes similar similar occurrences with with different guys and outfitters. I've worked with over the years and yeah it's a. I think it's very.

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"Well there's a number of ways you know. We do a lot just with butter in lemon pepper in. Just broiling it. you know. that's really good. It just flakes apart and still get the flavor of the fish. You don't have all that breading stuff on it but you know grill. A lot of fish to real a lot of salmon just allow to regular fish so us like ginger teriyaki. Sometimes when you're eating a lot of fish at like to mix it up a little bit so you're not having that same fried fish over and over you know fish tacos. They love fish. Tacos in pike is really good playcalls. I love fish tacos to huge fan. But that's awesome. So can we talk about ice fishing so this is ice fishing to me. Corey laughs at me every time. I say the word ice-fishing just because it's such a completely foreign concept to me 'cause i've lived the furthest i live. North is like my home state and oklahoma and for the rest of my life. I've lived in the southern part of the united states. Being on the west coast to the east coast is just like the concept of ice fishing. Just it amazes me. Terrifies me all at the same time. So it's it's fantastic. You gotta try it so what what draws you to it the most Well you know one thing about being on the ice you know. It's it's like a it's like being on the moon. There is not a lot of people around. You know you're walking. You're hearing that crunching of this snow as it's making ice it makes these sounds like wales. Just it's just a beautiful hure atmosphere you know. There's snow that sparkles in all sorts of blues pinks. And you know it's just you know you can feel the chill on your face but you're perfectly warm because you have the right clothing on because you know how to dress. The technology in the chlorine is amazing. Now i mean you you flow you. Don't get sweaty you don't..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"We can go sturgeon spearing or weaken. Go on a raft that secured rumor and fish. The walleye run in the river from this graph that has like sleeping compartments on it. So you're efficient twenty four hours a day. that's crazy. Yeah you should see the pictures. It's just wild you know and I've been to winnipeg canada. Walleye fishing and i've been in alaska. Wisconsin has so many great opportunities fishing. The great lakes is just amazing. You know we. I fish lake superior. One time cut twelve species in one day. And it's probably not a big thing if you're saltwater anger because there's so many species in there but on inland lakes so it's kinda rare to catch twelve species in one outing even in salt waters. It's very rare to do that as well. So that's awesome so you have that article the twelve step program. Pleat your wisconsin fishing bucket list. Have you done all. Have you done all twelve of those. Yes i have. And that's why. I know him firsthand in their kind of different experiences. All of them. So what's the. I guess you could give us a like broad overview. Obviously we want people to go read the article but it's sort of a what experience stands out most to you your favorite. What kind of maybe would be year not not less favourite but less enjoyable. I don't know if that's a good term but well for for me. I love salmon fishing in. That's not necessarily available to other places. I mean a very few places you can do it. I mean you have to go to the west coast or alaska but the great lakes is a great salmon fishery and that's kind of what you know. The power of those fish is amazing. So that's kind of what my latest has been. So that's a good one and then some of these other ones that are just lake trout fishing. Or some of these bigger species. You know and i go up to lake of the woods. A lot minnesota. That's one of my favorite destinations especially for ice fishing and While in salmon or my top species that fish for me pan fish lot of pan fish sometimes but that's lower on the list what's fair As far as eating quality. What's what's your favorite. Well i i like salmon..

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"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"But in a way that whereas i would just do it myself. I'm kind pausing in trying to explain more in teach more in answer questions. I edano to make it more comfortable in my mind. I guess i dunno. I is this is is the right way you know. That's all great. Education is a big piece of it. What i tend to do is when i'm in the boat with new angler In doesn't matter. Really the age. If i get hooked up with a fish hand the rod So they're reeling in all. These fish are experiencing what we all drive. Get out there. And then when. I'm holding my rod and i'm getting a bite i hand him the rod and say look at this. I'm getting a bite now. can you feel that. And then they're just feeling the bite you know then before long they're hook hooking the fish so as you progress through this one of the things. I think that's helpful. you know. Say you've gone out a few times and you fish with defer different species. You know you're going to different places. Give them some choice. Like what would you like to fish for today. where would you like to go. What are you want to target. And that way you know they're feeling oh my opinion matters. You know i would really like to do this. And it may be something totally different than you had in mind. But that's what they wanna do. Based on their experience that they had already in that kind of gives them a little more. You know priding going in a little bit more You know like they're kind of a equal participant in the adventure and not always being told what to do or how to do things all the time that gets really old. You know after you can only take so much of that and that's just weenie alone. Let me fish you know so. There's a balance there to find in every person you're fishing with his different in being able to read their body language and figure it out how it's going in. Make those adjustments as you goal that. That's really the key to being a good teacher. I think it's they give the insight. It's it's going to help me develop a good plan. Yeah lot of lot of the plan is and you can have with the as much of a plan as you can have with an eight year old right right. It's gotta be fun or they're not gonna like it. It's don't wanna slow. They want to go fishing and have fun. Yep so as it relates to that. I i've been trying to like we're we're huge. Obviously wild game house But even more so like fish and.

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"fish" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast

"Well one of the one of the formats that we use is we have a members only secret facebook page so these women that are involved in our organization. Have this safe place to go in. They can learn and they can ask questions and oftentimes on social media in some of these fishing forums. Women don't really feel that safe you know they'll ask a question in they'll be humiliated or you know stupid. Things are said or they make comments about a picture in just you know. They don't want any part of that. They run away hundred miles an hour but in our space. You can ask whatever question they want. They get support. Beginning courage moment great networking in. Its place where they wanna stay. So we've had members that have joined on and you know we don't lose a lot of members maybe if people move away or you know. They have different dom circumstances gone life but they really kind of stick around. Some people have been here the whole time in some people have come in at what are whatever point but they're still here and besides them fifth fishing skills you know. There's a base for emotional support. There we really care about each other so we really welcome in new people to the group. For example in a lot of women have hesitancy to go to something a group event will oftentimes think of those times in high school where you were trying to be one of the cool kids in the click in. You weren't and you didn't fit in in. This has zero that that we have a zero tolerance policy for that so if somebody new comes in they are welcomed with open arms that just kind of the door in once they feel comfortable then they ask questions they're participating more going on different events and all of a sudden their skills are improving really rapidly. Just i both have young daughters and and you mentioned that in public forums where there's men that Women asking questions can be put off or or ridiculed or whatever but at and you know with with us having young daughters were were obviously trying to raise them in in the outdoors. We want them to to appreciate the outdoor space and for people like justin. I end that have daughters that are you know a significant other Girlfriend wife that wants to get into fishing. What what words of wisdom do you have for us that that Could help foster that growth. Because i when my wife. And i were dating. I try to take her fishing and i guess my approach wasn't the best because we haven't fished together and i don't ten years or more so i i'm trying to avoid that with my daughter. Well the feedback. I get from members that come in one Woman came in and she was married and she goes. I love fishing with you. Gals 'cause i can fish how i want. No one's telling me how to do it. You know. I can pick the species. I wanna fish for and i don't have to follow my husband around with him telling me what we're gonna fish for. So i think that you know men in general kind of take care of and be really helpful and kind of be the leader in in..

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