Podcast: Episode 420, Fishing the Wild Waters
Justin and Kory chat with Conor Sullivan, hunter, angler, lure-crafter, and author of Fishing the Wild Waters. They discuss Conor’s new book, cod fishing, hunting axis deer, making lures, fighting tuna, guava wood chips, and so much more!
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Conor Sullivan: a lifelong outdoorsman, writer, artist, and lure craftsman. He is an officer in the US Coast Guard, serving in numerous leadership positions, including as the Commanding Officer of the North Pacific Regional Fisheries Training Center in Kodiak, Alaska, and as the Captain of a Coast Guard Cutter in the North Atlantic, specializing in fisheries conservation, search and rescue, and maritime law enforcement. He has a new book Fishing the Wild Waters: An Angler’s Search for Peace and Adventure in the Wilderness.
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Fishing with orcas
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Cod fishing in New England
Catching cod with family
Fishing in Kodiak with bears
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Axis deer in Hawaii
5 hour fight with a marlin
Poke bowl with yellow fin tuna
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