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Barry is a native Texan and has been fishing since his dad taught him to fish when he was 5 years old. His love for fishing ranges from fly casting for trout, to finesse fishing for bass, to sight casting for redfish in the coastal marsh. Barry is the former host of "Outdoor Trails," one of the longest running shows in the history of televised fishing, and "Southwest Outdoors" radio on WBAP in Texas. He is a former tournament angler, finishing in the top 10 in half of the Bassmaster events in which he participated.
Julie has a Broadcast Journalism degree from the U. of Missouri. She has reported for the Dallas Cowboys, covered NASCAR events, reported for the Dallas Stars on Fox Sports Southwest, and Texas Rangers on TXA 21. Julie loves the outdoors and sports on television. Each week she gives anglers the latest sunrise/sunset times, moon phase, and solunar table info on the "Weekend Planner." She also gets expert answers to viewer questions from of some of the world's best touring pros on the "Ask the Pro" feature.
Greg Verm is an experienced licensed charter captain on the upper Texas gulf coast who is passionate about both inshore and offshore fishing. He covers the weekly saltwater fishing reports for the entire Texas gulf coast.
"Cajun" Phil is a life-long genuine coon-ass from south Louisiana. He is also an avid angler who pursues bass, white perch, speckled trout and redfish throughout the marshes and bayous of his home state. Cajun has hosted his own television show "Outdoors & Fishin' with Cajun Phil" for 40 years. His son Kevin is a highly successful professional fishing guide. Phil and Kevin team up to fish the Redfish Cup tournaments nationwide, and won their first event at Lafitte, Louisiana in 2007.
Brian Hughes is a native Texan who cut his teeth catching bass, catfish, and stripers all over the Lone Star state. He is the host of the "Texas Fishing and Outdoors" radio show that airs weekly statewide on the Texas State Networks. He has been a local voice on radio in Texas for over nine years. Brian is also a licensed bass fishing guide and lives to hunt big bass on Fork, Sam Rayburn, and Purtis Creek, and also loves to chase smallmouths on Texoma. Brian is also an avid guitarist and plays professionally.
Gary Dollahon is from Roswell, NM and now lives in fishing-rich northeastern Oklahoma in Tulsa. A lifelong angler with more than 35 years in the outdoor industry, he considers himself a multi-species guy that never has a problem with changing his fish of choice many times throughout the day according to what’s biting. He loves fishing with family and friends, and especially enjoys introducing a first-timer to the sport. Gary says, “A fishing license is the best investment a person can make, and is the perfect gift.”
Crispin Powley reports on all of Tennessee and Kentucky for our show. He hails from the fish and game rich area of west Tennessee. Born to parents who weren’t outdoorsmen, his uncle introduced him to hunting and fishing at a young age. The outdoors soon became a part of his DNA as he began fishing tournaments with his uncle by age 11. This eventually led to a career in the fishing industry and a passion for hunting and fishing that has taken him to over 35 states and 3 countries pursuing fins, fur and feathers. Crispin resides on Kentucky Lake with his wife Jessica and their two children, Reese and Fisher.
Capt Englis Glover reports on fresh and saltwater fishing for North and South Carolina for the show. He is a native South Carolinian who has been in the outdoors since childhood. As owner and operator of Tee To Sea Fishing, Capt. E has become a respected figure in the fishing industry up and down the Carolina coastlines. He balances his time between guiding and his television and radio shows. He is producer and host of "Reelin Up The Coast TV," which airs in several local television markets in the Carolinas. He also co-hosts "Southeast Anglers Radio Show" the first live fishing radio show in the Myrtle Beach area on 100.3 The Team sports radio. Englis writes a monthly column "Speakin Englis" for Coastal Angler Magazine.
Bob McNally has been around fishing and the outdoors all his life, and has written over 5,000 feature magazine articles for every important outdoor publication in the United States. He averages over 200 magazine feature stories each year, for publications such as Outdoor Life, Field & Stream, Sports Afield, BASSMaster, Boys Life and SaltWater Sportsman. He is the author of 12 outdoor books, including the best-selling Complete Book of Fishermen's Knots and Rigs, Bass In Depth, and Bowhunting Deer. His writing, broadcasting and photography work have won over 150 state, regional and national awards. He is a widely recognized angling authority, having fished in nearly every state in the U.S., as well as in most Canadian provinces, Mexico, Central and South America, Europe, Cuba and the Bahamas. He travels extensively for his writing-photography work. Bob will be covering the saltwater fishing reports for Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia.