Podcasts

About The Podcasts

Fish Post podcasts are designed to help people catch more fish more often along the Carolina coast, to encourage more people to go fishing, and to promote the captains, guides, and businesses that depend upon a healthy fishing community.


About The Hosts

Billy Thorpe, of Thorpe Creative, is more the quality-control engineer on the back side of these podcasts (the brains?), as he is the one tagged with controlling all of the production, hosting, and marketing efforts.

Gary Hurley, of Fisherman’s Post, is more the quality-control engineer on the front side of these podcasts (the good looks?), as he is the one using his captain/guide relationships to find the best people to feature and interview.

The talent


How To Watch

You can watch our video podcasts on several media outlets:

YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and FishermansPost.com.

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How To Listen

You can listen to our audio podcasts on several media outlets:

iTunes, Spotify, PodBean, and FishermansPost.com.

Having trouble subscribing? Learn how to subscribe to the audio podcast.


Fish Post Podcast Patron

Becoming a Fish Post Podcast Patron will bring you benefits not made available to our general audience. Fish Post Podcast Patrons enjoy such advantages as early access to all podcasts and access to bonus footage not released publicly. Please click here for more information on how to receive these special benefits: Fish Post Podcast Patron.


Photo/Video Contest

Every episode we announce a new viewer-submitted Photo/Video Contest winner. In addition to fame, these Photo/Video Contest winners also receive a prize (product) in the mail. To enter, simply Direct Message your fishing photo or video to the Fisherman’s Post Instagram account: @fishermans.post.

Be sure to include the typical caption info: names of people in the photo/video, where the people are from, what the catch is, where the fish was caught (you can be general without giving away any secrets), what the fish was caught on, and anything else you think is of relevance.