These Eskimo supported podcasts are a great way to learn more about the sport of ice fishing, and anything and everything surrounding it. What baits should you use? Where should you go? What’s out there for new products? Or maybe just what’s the best snacks to eat? You can even listen to an ice fishing podcast while you are out ice fishing! As the world continues to go digital, we like to be right there supporting our fans with the content they crave.
Basically, a podcast is just a digital audio file you can download and enjoy conversations about your favorite topics. Think of a topic or favorite personality you know, and chances are there’s a podcast for it.
The best part about podcasts is that once you find one you like, there’s likely a wealth of content to explore. Episodes are usually released regularly (depending on the schedule of each individual creator), so simply subscribe and download episodes as they appear. Listen on your phone, MP3 player, or other mobile devices.
Good news! They say nothing in life is free, but most podcasts usually are! Some creators may offer optional paid versions with additional content, but for the most part listening to podcasts is free—and an incredible value for all the great content out there.
Nowadays there are lots of platforms that provide podcast hosting & downloads. Not all podcasts are available everywhere, so sometimes it pays to check other platforms, but most commonly you’ll find them through the iTunes, Spotify, or Soundcloud apps.
Building on the belief that a deeper understanding of the natural world enriches all of our lives, host Steven Rinella brings a deep and relevant look at all outdoor topics including hunting, fishing, nature, convervation and wild foods.
Come on in, grab a bucket, and have a seat! Eskimo Pro Staffer Kyle Agre hosts, discussing ice fishing tips, tricks, and destinations with tons of great guests around the sport.
All Outdoors talk with a big emphasis on Hunting Fishing from the Rocky Mountain region. Hosted by Eskimo Pro Staffer Matt Mascarenas.
The brainchild of hosts Patrick Olson and Aaron Eickhorst, Broken Line is targeted towards the outdoor hunting and fishing enthusiasts. This is bar/bait shop banter brought to the masses!