Love Fish and Roadtrips? (Top 12 Fishy Podcasts)

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Podcast memeSummertime is road trip time. And nothing makes the miles pass further than a pithy podcast. Are you looking for your next podcast obsession? Check out our list of 12 great podcasts about fishing, fish and the rivers and oceans they swim in.

Anchored with April Vokey

A dedicated lifelong fisher, April Vokey began her guiding career on the Fraser and Harrison rivers. She has since established herself as a respected authority in the sport, and has traveled the globe in pursuit of gamefish on a fly rod. Anchored with April Vokey, is an uncensored series interviewing some of fly-fishing’s most influential people. It’s great. It’s candid. And it is very informative. Listen now.

Blue Fish Radio

Blue Fish Radio, produced and hosted by Lawrence Gunther, interviews people with expertise and first-hand knowledge about fishing, fish and aquatic ecosystems. Listen now.

We are Rivers: Conversations about the Rivers that Connect Us

Last year, American Rivers launched this great podcast series. We Are Rivers takes listeners on a journey, exploring culture and history through conversations with adventurers, writers, water experts, and artists about their connection to America’s rivers, and how they impact their lives. Listen now.

Speak Up For Blue Podcast

The Speak Up For Blue Podcast raises awareness of the variety of ocean science and conservation projects conducted all around the world. It educates listeners on ocean conservation projects happening around the world. Listen now.

Plight of the Coast

Plight of the Coast was produced this year by Embark Sustainability and CJSF 90.1FM Radio. This four chapter series explores the ecological and social issue of salmon farming in B.C. Hear from the various experts on the field: scientists, politicians, industry & non-profit executive directors, photographers and frontline Indigenous warriors. Listen now.

Dirtbag Diaries

Dirtbag Diaries is a grassroots podcast dedicated to the sometimes serious, often humorous stories from wild places. What began as a solitary experiment has evolved into collaboration between writers, photographers, artists and listeners to produce the type of stories that rarely find homes in the glossy pages of magazines. This podcast has been running over 10 years and is absolute gold. Listen now.

Fly Fishing Consultant Podcast with Rob Snowhite

This fly fishing education and lifestyle podcast is hosted by Rob Snowhite, a renowned urban fly fishing guide based in Northern Virginia. Rob’s background in biology, education, and fishing will keep you entertained for hours. Mostly family friendly. Listen now.

Meet the Ocean

Meet the Ocean is a nonprofit podcast actively educating the public with storytelling, science communication, and nature encounters from the far corners of our planet. We empower research and conservation efforts, while employing global outreach strategies that prioritize healthy saltwater ecosystems. The show is hosted by polar expedition diver Paul North, and backed by a team of marine educators and creative minds. Listen now.

The MEND Fly Fishing Podcast with Joe Rotter and Red’s Fly Shop

The MEND Fly Fishing Podcast provides angling solutions for spey, switch, and single-handed casters and chats about trout, steelhead, bonefish, tarpon, bass, salmon and more. Listen now.

Addicted Fishing Podcast

The Addicted Fishing Podcast covers a broad range of subject matter from current fisheries, to techniques and products. Be warned, the language is sometimes a little colourful. Listen now.

Ocean Currents Radio Program

Ocean Currents is hosted by Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary on KWMR, community radio for West Marin in Northern California. The show hosts ocean experts about research, management issues, natural history, and stewardship associated with marine environment, especially in our National Marine Sanctuaries. Listen now.

Ocean Allison Podcast

Through conversations with people creating positive change for the ocean, Ocean Allison discusses ocean science, conservation, education and more. Listen now.

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