Fishing Intelligence

Why Should You Listen To The Fishing Intelligence Podcast?

The Fishing Intelligence podcast is exactly what the title states. We have created a podcast to help anglers gain insight and learn through the guests we have on each week! By being a regular listener of the podcast, you are going to learn tips, tricks, and secrets from some of the best anglers in the country.

We will dive head first and cover the ins and outs of their favorite lures, locations, setups, and more for a variety of fisheries. One week, I’ll be talking with the Texas boys about the bass fishing in their area and the next week I’ll be finding out the hot Redfish bite in North Carolina. Along with important fishing tips and tricks, you are going to hear a variety of personalities and interesting conversations between people from all walks of life.

You’ll hear from the mindset of a pro, or a bank fisherman who has never owned a boat. Our goal is to never exclude any parties from enjoying this podcast so I will do my best to get a great variety of guests and topics. This will include everyone from beginners to weekend warriors to the top guys in the country.

Most importantly, I want to always be improving the content, so if there is someone you want to see make an appearance or a topic you want covered, let me know and I will do my best to make it happen! Thank you for stopping by and please remember to subscribe on Spotify, Google Play, or Apple Podcasts and leave a good review to show your support.

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Tight lines,

Jacob Jesionek

Host of The Fishing Intelligence Podcast


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Jacob Jesionek

ABOUT Jacob

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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