Special Edition Podcast – Dr. Guy Harvey Interviews with Hall’Em In Fishin’

Join our host Scott Hall, of Hall’Em In Fishin’ as he brings you this spectacular interview with Dr. Guy Harvey.

Dr. Guy Harvey is a unique blend of artist, scientist, diver, angler, conservationist and explorer, fiercely devoted to his family and his love of the sea. Growing up in Jamaica, Dr. Harvey spent many hours fishing and diving with his father along the Island’s south coast. He was obsessed with the creatures of the sea and began drawing pictures of the many different fish he observed. Dr. Harvey’s artwork can be found in art exhibits, stores, galleries, restaurants and at fishing tournaments. He makes appearances at store openings as well as public appearances for a variety of environmental causes.

From his early inspirations, Guy’s natural gift to recreate marine life has propelled him from Professor of Marine Biology to a Wildlife Artist and Photographer. Guy initially opted for a scientific education, earning high honors in Marine Biology at Aberdeen University in Scotland in 1977. He continued his formal training at the University of West Indies, where he obtained a Doctorate in Fisheries Management.

In 1985, he depicted Ernest Hemingway’s famous fishing story “The Old Man & the Sea” through a series of 44 original pen and ink drawings and displayed them at an exhibition in Jamaica. Based on the positive response he received at the show, Dr. Harvey began painting full time and by 1988 was providing custom artwork for use on a variety of products. Guy began to travel the world to gain more knowledge of the habits and activities of marine wildlife. He became an avid scuba diver and skilled underwater photographer. He pioneered a technique of diving and photographing free-swimming billfish. His personal observations made during these diving expeditions have better enabled him to capture the detail in his paintings that contributes to the popularity of his work.

A passion for the beauty and wonder of the underwater world has driven Dr. Guy Harvey to be a leading conservationist and advocate for the protection of our environment. Guy dedicates much of his talent, time and resources to programs that protect our oceans, fish population and reef systems. The Guy Harvey Research Institute at Nova Southeastern University and The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation have taken on a leadership role in providing the scientific information necessary to understand and protect the world’s fish resources and biodiversity from continued decline.

Tune in and enjoy this exciting new episode and as always don’t forget to subscribe to our variety of shows by clicking the links on our home page, like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. (there are clickable links on our home page also) IWe bring you Hall’Em In Fishin’ each week on www.hallaroundtownradio.com – See you on the water!!

Hall’Em In Fishin’ Episode 9 The Bi-Weekly Florida Fishing Report!

Hall’Em In Fishin’ is proud to bring you our bi-weekly series; the “Florida Fishing Report” brought to you by our friends at C&B Custom Jigs and Coastal Angler Magazine Fort Myers! In this episode our Hall’Em In Fishin’ team of expert fishing Captains will bring you the best fishing tips along with some invaluable angling advice for the beginner up to the seasoned individual.

We start with our coverage of the Fort Myers Beach area and bring Captain Neil Eisner to the show! Capt. Neil specializes in back-country jig fishing and talks about his exclusive use of products from our friends at C&B Custom Jigs. He goes on to tell us about the changing water temperatures and his recent success with Sea Trout and Redfish!

Captain Alex is next up with his report from the near shore waters of Fort Myers Beach and Bonitia Springs.  Alex talks Kingfish, Sharks and more and also  provides some great insight into Waterfront Dining as well in our segment on Florida Eateries. In this weeks episode he features the family of Pinchers Crab Shacks and the Fish-Tale Waterfront Dining.

Next we jump across the state to Captain Andrew Stansell of Low Impact Charters who will provide some great insight into catching the right baitfish with a cast-net, fishing for Trout, Redfish and Black Drum. Captain Jack Carlson of Two Conchs Charters joins the show for look at his recent trips that had a great Tarpon bite near the bridges and bottom dropping for Mutton Snapper. Captain Jack also discussed his fleet of boats and expert Captains who have been hauling in the Wahoo and Black-fin Tuna!

We introduce a new member of our Hall’Em In Fishin’ Team from Pensacola, Florida, Captain Matt Miller of Soulwater Charters 850. Captain Matt provides a background into his fleet of boats and talks about targeting top water Trout and Redfish. Capt. Matt also discusses the fantastic Grouper bite off shore. We want to welcome Captain Matt to our expert family of guides who contribute to the program.   Rounding our the show we head for the freshwater with Travis Palmer of “Ditch Fishing 101” who fills us in on some great Tarpon success in the backwaters of southwest Florida. Bass was the next item on the line and Travis also fill us in on a unique fishing tournament that targets invasive species. There ore over 22 species of invasive fish in Southwest Florida and the Glades and over 500 in the entire state. Listen as Travis tells you how you can participate in this study bases fishing tourney.

Tune in and enjoy this exciting new episode and as always don’t forget to subscribe to our variety of shows by clicking the links on our home page, like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. (there are clickable links on our home page also) If you would like to inquire about a fishing charter with any of our team of contributing Captains all you have to do is click on their link in the sponsor area of our home page also! We bring you Hall’Em In Fishin’ each week on www.hallaroundtownradio.com – See you on the water!!

Hall’Em In Fishin’ Episode 8 The Bi-Weekly Florida Fishing Report!

Hall’Em In Fishin’ is proud to bring you our bi-weekly series; the “Florida Fishing Report” brought to you by our friends at C&B Custom Jigs and Coastal Angler Magazine Fort Myers! In this episode our Hall’Em In Fishin’ team of expert fishing Captains will bring you the best fishing tips along with some invaluable angling advice for the beginner up to the seasoned individual.

We start with our coverage of the Fort Myers Beach area and bring Captain Neil Eisner to the show! Capt. Neil specializes in back-country jig fishing and talks about his exclusive use of products from our friends at C&B Custom Jigs. He goes on to tell us about the changing water temperatures and his recent success with Sea Trout and Redfish!  jump across the state to Captain Andrew Stansell of Low Impact Charters who will provide some great insight into catching the right baitfish with a cast-net, fishing for Trout, Redfish and Black Drum.

Captain Jack Carlson of Two Conchs Charters joins the show next talking about his recent trips that had a great Permit bite and bottom dropping for Mutton Snapper. Captain Jack also discussed his fleet of boats and expert Captains who have been hauling in the Wahoo and Black-fin Tuna!

Next we head for the freshwater with Travis Palmer of “Ditch Fishing 101” who fills us in on some great Tarpon success in the backwaters of southwest Florida. Travis also fill us in on a unique fishing tournament that targets invasive species.  There ore over 22 species of invasive fish in Southwest Florida and the Glades and over 500 in the entire state. Listen as Travis tells you how you can participate in this study bases fishing tourney.

Rounding out the show today we have a special guest join the program.  Captain Steve Sewell of Hawg Wild Charters in Fort Myers brings you an off-shore report about Lane Snapper and Grouper. We also discussed the encounter his team had with a large Mako Shark recently! The Hawg Wild Team of Captain Steve and Captain Sam are known for their off-shore skills and bringing in some great Permit, Snapper and Grouper.

Tune in and enjoy this exciting new episode and as always don’t forget to subscribe to our variety of shows by clicking the links on our home page, like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. (there are clickable links on our home page also) If you would like to inquire about a fishing charter with any of our team of contributing Captains all you have to do is click on their link in the sponsor area of our home page also! We bring you Hall’Em In Fishin’ each week on www.hallaroundtownradio.com – See you on the water!!

Hall’Em In Fishin’ Episode 7 Brings You The Bi-Weekly Florida Fishing Report!

Hall’Em In Fishin’ is proud to bring you our bi-weekly series; the “Florida Fishing Report” brought to you by our friends at C&B Custom Jigs and Coastal Angler Magazine Fort Myers! In this episode our Hall’Em In Fishin’ team of expert fishing Captains will bring you the best fishing tips along with some invaluable angling advice for the beginner up to the seasoned individual.

We start with our coverage of the Fort Myers Beach area and bring Captain Alex Dolinski from Fort Myers Beach to the show as he tells us about the Trout, Black Drum and Sheepshead bite in Estero Bay! Alex has some great tips and tricks to share with you about spring fishing as well! Captain Neil Eisner is next to the show. Capt. Neil is also an expert in jig fishing and talks about his exclusive use of our friends at C&B Custom Jigs. He goes on to tell us about choosing the best sunglass lens for the types of weather conditions!  We continue with  We jump across the state to Captain Andrew Stansell of Low Impact Charters who will provide some great insight into fishing for Pompano, Trout and other species and share his recent experience as he traveled to Boca Grande!

Captain Alex Dolinski of Spot On Charters in Fort Myers Beach returns to the microphone next to bring us a great new segment to the program and gives you his top picks for Waterfront Dining in southwest Florida! This part of our show will give you some great options to consider from casual to fine dining on the water. Todays menu serves up the fare at Woody’s Waterside in St. James City and Bonita Bills Waterfront located on historical San Carlos Island, Fort Myers Beach!

Captain Jack Carlson of Two Conchs Charters joins the show next talking about his all new tower on the 39′ Yellowfin that was damaged during Hurricane Irma. Captain Jack also shares his recent off shore experiences in the beautiful Florida Keys!  Lastly in a show twist, we go all the way to Grand Cayman to talk with Captain Mark Combs about the recent “Burger King Big Fish” Classic Fishing Tournament. Captain mark shares stories about Wahoo, Blue Marlin and Tuna!

Tune in and enjoy this exciting new episode and as always don’t forget to subscribe to our variety of shows by clicking the links on our home page, like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. (there are clickable links on our home page also) If you would like to inquire about a fishing charter with any of our team of Captains all you have to do is click on their link in the sponsor area of our home page also! We bring you Hall’Em In Fishin’ each week on www.hallaroundtownradio.com – See you on the water!!