Fishing Intelligence

Fishing Intelligence Podcast Ep. 17 | Joseph Harrick

On this episode of the Fishing Intelligence PodcastI’m talking with ANGLR Expert, Joseph Harrick. His YouTube channel, Joseph Harrick Fishing, is all about capturing a variety of fisheries and the challenge of finding the fish within. We started off the podcast talking about a recent fishing trip that Joe and I went on here in the famed, “Steelhead Alley”.

For a full 10 hour day, we fished the Rocky, Chagrin, and Grand with no luck. When we got on the water in the morning, the temperatures were in the teens, our guides were freezing, and there was ice floating down the river. Joe and I agree that we definitely put a good effort forward for finding the fish and he still made a video out of the trip. You can find that video HERE.

After talking about this failed steelhead adventure, we moved on to talking the algorithms of YouTube. Joe has put in a good bit of time studying algorithms for different social platforms, primarily Instagram and YouTube. He says that Instagram has a pretty simple algorithm and growth is fairly predictable if you are consistent. His insta following of 34.1k is a testament to that.

For YouTube, however, things are a little trickier. You have to be extremely consistent with your posting and getting engagement is everything. He is in to something with the algorithms though because he recently hit the large milestone of 5k subscribers. Make sure to check out Joe’s instagram and thanks for listening to another episode of Fishing Intelligence.

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Jacob Jesionek


Fishing for me is more than just a hobby. I have traveled the majority of the US targeting as many species as possible with some of my favorite species being the Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout, Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, and Redfish. I have been fortunate enough to work with ANGLR as the ANGLR Tour host where we traveled 10,500 miles over 2 months and caught 59 different species.

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