Shared passions can produce great outcomes. In this episode of Fin and Fire with Jeff Mishler I sit with Kate and Justin Crump in their lodge on the Oregon Coast and dive into their story. I discover what makes their recipe a success and what the future holds for The Lodge at 58 North and their Oregon programs.
About Jeff Mishler
Jeff Mishler is a fifth generation Oregonian who's life work is hard to quantify. Father, writer, photographer, television commercial director, environmentalist, video producer/distributor, website manager, hunter, angler and lifelong recreationist who lives a fly-by-the-seat-of-yourpants mantra. If he’s not in his office writing another essay or developing a show concept, he’s chasing mallards and pheasants with his lab Hailey, running his jet sled up a local river to a sweet steelhead run, setting up on a screaming bull elk with bow in hand or conspiring with his small circle of equally affected steelhead bums while downing healthy portions of really good Oregon beer.
Episode 38 | Jason Koertge might be the most honest voice in the world of outdoor advertising. If you hunt and fish and buy outdoor products, you know Jason's work. His thumb print can be found on brands throughout the world we know. In this episode of Fin and Fire With Jeff Mishler, Jason and I share some stories but go deep into the reality of creating authentic content in a world of quick hit messaging and less than real ideas.
Episode 37 | There are many aspects to choosing, training and working a bird hunting dog. It all begins and ends with the dog. In this episode of Fin And Fire With Jeff Mishler I sit with Tim Curry, a dog trainer with 20 years of bird dog training experience and we dive into the often debated techniques a trainer and owner should implement in the process of creating a well-rounded and competent hunting companion.
Episode 36 | Tim Rawlins is the content creator for the YouTube Channel, The Line Speed Jedi. He has produced over 500 videos featuring spey casting in its many forms. Not one to take himself too seriously, his light hearted, self deprecating humor creates content that is fun to watch and very educational. You see him make mistakes and work towards the solutions. That is something we can all relate to. He is passionate about learning, and it is contagious.