Daniel Petricone is a young angler who fishes Connecticut waters. For a young man, he has already an accomplished fisherman both recreational and tournament fishing. We talk about his best tournament this year, his top Connecticut waters and his favorite Maine lake. Daniel is a great example that the future of fishing is bright. Read on to see what I mean.
When you interview someone who has been tournament fishing since he was 13, you know you are talking to someone who knows a bit about fishing. What is super cool is the influence Connecticut angler Matt Miner’s father had on him and his love of fishing, especially tournament fishing. Enjoy
Learning from really smart anglers is what DockTalk365 is all about. And this interview is a great case example of the wisdom from the angler’s that are interviewed on this blog. This interview is with Elliott LaRose. Elliott is a Connecticut angler that knows his fishing. I tapped his fishing mind and got a wealth of info. I love his take on rod selection and fishing strategy. Elliott also highlights his favorite local waters and gives us specifics on how he fishes them.
Well Lake Champlain and Vermont aren’t the first places I think about when thinking about hot spots for Crappie fishing. The attention from National fishing articles focuses on the amazing largemouth and smallmouth bass fishery of Lake Champlain. But Crappie bass? Then I found the Instagram page of Dylan Smith and saw that this guy catches a lot of crappie and some very big crappie on Vermont waters including Champlain. Dylan was kind enough to take some time to fill all of us in on his approach to Crappie fishing on Lake Champlain as well as the Connecticut River in Vermont.
I try to be very selective about who I pick for my interviews. I don’t just interview every angler. I only interview those who I believe, usually judging by their social media, will provide interesting reading for fans of Dock Talk 365. So, a few weeks ago, I did this amazing interview with Jeremy. At the end he mentioned his friend Elliot was a really interesting guy to talk to. I started checking out Elliot’s Instagram and realized that he fit right into the folks I interview here. As you will see, Jeremy was so right about his friend. Elliot gives us the breakdown on his perspectives about fishing. His personality and passion shine through his words. Here is what Elliot shared…