Podcast: Paul Mihailides and the story of FAMARS USA

Reid goes straight to the source in this podcast to discuss the past and present of esteemed Italian gunmaker FAMARS: Fabbrica Armi Mario Abbiatico Remo Salvinelli (known to many as simply Abbiatico & Salvinelli). He sits down with Rhode . . .

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Podcast: Tips on Landing and Netting Fish, with Jesse Haller

This week, my guest is Orvis product developer Jesse Haller, who–besides being responsible for products like nets, wading shoes, and fishing packs, and vests–spent many years as a fishing guide. Jesse discusses how to pick the right net, how to carry a net, . . .

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Podcast: Tips for Blue-lining, with Ian Rutter

Ian Rutter is a long-time guide in the Smokies and one of our top field-testers. He specializes in small mountain creeks, as well as their local tailwaters, and because I have had numerous requests for a podcast on “blue-lining,” I wanted to get him on the . . .

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Podcast: Georgia’s Native Brook Trout, with Sarah Baker

My guest this week, Sarah Baker, is a woman who has a job most of us would envy—she studies and manages the populations of wild, native brook trout in the mountains of northern Georgia. Learn more about these southernmost populations of brook . . .

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Podcast: Mouthful of Feathers Anthology, with Tom Reed

Acclaimed writer, conservationist, and bird hunter Tom Reed joins the podcast from his home in Pony, Montana. Tom was one of the instigators behind the blog at www.mouthfuloffeathers.com, which gathered the best contemporary voices in . . .

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