The All Natural
Attitude Adjustment


July 28, 2018

By Fish Talk Radio

Hour One

Since John Henigin and Frank Selby are on a fishing trip in Alaska this week, here's one of our "best of" shows.

We bring on Steve Lynch to kick off hour one. Steve is the co-owner of PRO-CURE out of Portland, Oregon. Steve let's us know how PRO-CURE got started and he talks about the current line of products available in 17 countries. Spend some time on pro-cure.com.

Up next it's John McGannon with Wild Eats. We hear about the benefits of eating wild game plus we get into dry aging techniques and cooking techniques. Wild Eats makes natural spices for wild and domestic birds, fish, and red meat. Check out wildeats.com.

Our final guest for hour one is Bart Larmouth from Ross Reels and Abel Reels out of Montrose, Colorado. Bart breaks down the mechanics of a fly reel and he gives a great lesson on the basics of fly fishing. The Ross Reels site is rossreels.com.  The Abel site is abelreels.com.

Play Hour One

Hour Two

Here's another "best of" show. 
Hour two opens with Ron Bowers, one of Frank Selby's fishing buddies. We catch Ron fishing near Ft. Collins, Colorado targeting crappie, bass and trout. Ron offers some great tips.

Our next guest is Rick Emmit, Marketing Manager with Bass Pro's White River Marine Group. We discuss the various boat brands owned by Bass Pro under the White River umbrella. So much going on at Bass Pro. It's always fun to check out the web site at basspro.com.

We wrap up hour two with a reminder about our trips to Alaska and East Cape. John Henigin and Frank Selby are currently on the Alaska trip but you can learn about the East Cape trip at   fishtalkradio.com/reel-fun-fishing-adventures-la-paz-mexico.

Play Hour Two

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