Captain Jonathan Moss is the owner and operator of Go Castaway Fishing Charters in Central Florida. Light tackle saltwater fishing for Mosquito Lagoon redfish is his specialty. Capt. Jonathan grew up in Orlando and on the “Space Coast” of Florida. He has always loved saltwater and freshwater fishing here. Before guiding he took a detour as a PE teacher for a few years, but the call of the water was too strong. Capt. Jonathan hung up his whistle and picked up his push pole. These days he can be found poling clients around in his skiff for Mosquito Lagoon redfish, speckled sea trout, black drum, snook, and tarpon. But in this episode, the Mosquito Lagoon redfish bite was so incredible the most difficult part was heading home.
For more information and to see pictures, visit the show notes page at http://www.telltalefisherman.com/035-mosquito-red-captain-jonathan-moss/
Mike McCoy is a professional bass fisherman on the FLW Tour. He grew up in Florida where his passion for bass fishing began at the local golf course ponds. Mike took a bit of a hiatus from fishing while serving in the Marine Corps. However, he now takes the perseverance, focus, and intensity of a Marine with him on the tournament trail. Now going into his second year at the front of the boat, Mike is ready for battle each and every week. But in this episode, Mike shares with us an incredible day of large and smallmouth bass fishing that was not on the trail. If only the bass would bite like this during every tournament!
For more information and to see pictures, check out the show notes page at http://www.telltalefisherman.com/032-moving-up-mike-mccoy/
Michel Cardoso is our first guest from Sweeden. He and his professional fishing team, the South End Anglers, have racked up some amazing catches. But Michel’s rise to tournament angler was not a direct one, as he did not come from a family that fished. But after going with friends a time or two, he definitely got the fishing bug. Then once his brother invited him to fish a tournament, that’s when the full blown fishing fever set in. In this episode, Michel shares the SEA’s incredible day fishing in the Sportsmasters pike tournament. It ended in a crazy photo finish that’s just too close to call …
For more information and to see pictures, check out the show notes page at http://www.telltalefisherman.com/026-centimeter-michel-cardoso/
Pamela Wirth is our first female angler on the Tell Tale Fisherman Podcast. And we could not have picked a better one to start. Mother, mortgage banker, and now extreme kayak fisher. Pam took up kayak angling to help relieve stress from the daily grind. Now she is on the pro staff for several fishing equipment manufacturers, a regular speaker at fishing seminars, and tournament kayak angler. We’re not talking about tournaments on a local pond here. Pam fishes extreme kayak tournaments on the BIG pond for really big critters. In addition to some great practical knowledge, in this episode Pam also shares an epic day fishing in the Extreme Kayak Fishing Tournament. After an early setback, Pam persevered and came back with a vengeance to set a new tournament record. And not to mention showing all the guys a thing (i.e., a sailfish) or two …
For more information and to see pictures, visit the show notes pages at http://www.telltalefisherman.com/025-extreme-stress-reduction-with-pamela-wirth
Captain Adam Lambert is a South Florida native who has taken up residence in Tampa, Florida. With all of the many saltwater species he caught growing up, it is the one he did not that eventually caught him – redfish. Now Captain Adam spends his days taking clients out in Tampa Bay to chase after his favorite fish. But he also loves when lots of different kinds of fish come over the rail in addition to redfish. In this episode, Captain Adam shares a trip where the redfish action was hot. What followed during the “extra inning” of fishing was even hotter, some black drum magic.
For more information and to see pictures, visit our show notes page at http://www.telltalefisherman.com/024-black-magic-captain-adam-lambert/