Sometimes it takes a demon to catch one (or many)…
Justin Woodson is the son of Tell Tale Fisherman™ Podcast host John Woodson, and the inaugural guest on this fishing podcast. In addition to being a smart aleck and giving his father grief, Justin just so happens to be one heck of a fisherman. A sophomore in high school, Justin has been fishing since he was in diapers. He has racked up some pretty impressive days on the water. The one he describes in this episode is about snook fishing, and it is epic to the extreme.
Justin’s loves bass fishing in our home lakes and ponds in the metro Orlando, Florida area. He also enjoys inshore saltwater fishing in our local lagoon systems for red drum and spotted seatrout. Justin’s latest passion is bowfishing, and he and his friends have become quite good at it. You can follow their insane adventures on National Pro Staff (NPS) and Instagram.
This episode takes place on the Gulf Coast of Florida on Longboat Key.
Catch of the Day – Snook
This episode is about snook fishing on the beach. You have to hear the rest to believe it …
About TTF Podcast
The Tell Tale Fisherman™ podcast is the place for all avid anglers (not just guides and tournament professionals) to share their fishing story of a lifetime and become fishing legends. Fresh water or salt water, middle of the ocean or middle of a stream, on this fishing podcast we are on a quest to catch the most EPIC fishing adventures from around the world—to inspire yours!
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