Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.
What's On The Line
In this episode join in on a chat aboard the Fish Bone during White Marlin Open week with two life long friends about their experiences throughout a lifetime of outdoor pursuits on the lower Delmarva peninsula. We talk red drum, ducks, trout, flounder, white marlin open and more…
Together CL Marshall and Bill Hall both have an endless number of stories to share. As avid anglers, hunters, and rabble rousers, some of their tales can be told, some may never be repeated, and others might have to be twisted just a bit to protect the innocent.
CL is a native of Saxis Island Virginia, and a former sports editor for the Eastern Shore news, the Mid-Atlantic Fisherman and co-founder of the Shore Golf Magazine. He is an avid angler and hunter, who’s writing shares enjoyable tales of the rich history of fishing and waterfowling on the lower Delmarva peninsula.
CL’s 4th book ‘Chesapeake Bay Outdoor Tales – Life By The Tides’ will be released this fall to join his previous titles, ‘A Taste of Eastern Shore Living’
‘Chesapeake Bay Duck Hunting Tales’ , ‘ Hunting and Fishing the Chesapeake – Unforgettable Tales of Wings and Water’
Follow CL’s adventures on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/ChesapeakeBayBooks/ and pick up his books on amazon, at arcadia publishing, and soon at clmarshallpublishing.com
Writer and avid angler Bill Hall was the first Eastern Shore resident to achieve Virginia Salt Water Master Angler Status. He has been named Virginia Saltwater Angler of the Year and Virginia Saltwater Release Angler of the Year. Bill is an IGFA International Committee Representative and a longtime member of the Virginia Fishing Tournament Committee. He is also the recreational fishing representative to the ASMFC Striped Bass Advisory Panel, and past recipient of the CCA Virginia Outdoor Writer Conservation Leadership Award.
Bill can also be found at numerous fishing shows and tournaments throughout the mid-atlantic coast, and if you catch a record fish in the area you’ll probably meet him. His fishing reports “Fishing From the Shore” can be periodically found in the sports section of the Eastern Shore Post every Friday. https://www.easternshorepost.com
Music: Tom Lagana "Patuxent" (www.tomlagana.net/)