Are you looking for your next podcast obsession? Check out our latest list of 12 great podcasts about fishing, fish and the rivers and oceans they swim in.

*Comment below with any of your own favourite podcasts and we may feature them in our weekly Salmon News podcast recommendation section!


Science Podcast

Weekly episodes covering recent discoveries and insights, new research, headline news and historical events from a science perspective. Also, excellent COVID-19 coverage!


For The Wild

An anthology of the Anthropocene; focused on land based protection, co-liberation and intersectional storytelling rooted in a paradigm shift from human supremacy towards deep ecology.


The NOAA Oceans Podcast

The National Ocean Service of the U.S. tackles gravity, marine life, citizen science, navigating educational resources and the story of how oceans tide aided in the Allied victory of D-Day in WW2. 


The Orvis Fly-Fishing Podcast

A weekly wilderness podcast featuring tips and advice about fly-fishing from acclaimed author Tom Rosenbaur.


World Ocean Radio

Weekly, five-minute, ocean focused content. Historical essays on trans-Atlantic slavery, ocean science and literacy, education and advocacy work. 


Faces of Wildlife 

Exploring North American wildlife conservation in a straight-forward way, host Mike Pedersen learns about the issues affecting wildlife and meets and speaks with the people working to protect these species. 


Fish Nerds Podcast

Always fresh, sometimes funny and occasionally true, Fish Nerds is an audio celebration of fish and fishing that explores all aspects of the sport from an entirely new perspective.


Red Man Laughing

For 8 seasons Canadian Anishinaabe comedian Ryan McMahon hosts an indigenous arts, culture and comedy podcast. Red Man Laughing is a mix of riffs, stories, satire and truth and facts.


Threshold Podcast

Award-winning, nuanced, in-depth journalism. Threshold has three seasons and a conversation component. The first season focuses on the American bison, the following two seasons focus on stories of the Arctic and the conversation channel dives into the biggest stories and topics of the day from an environmental lens.


Out There

Explores ‘big questions’ through personal, intimate, outdoorsy stories. Somewhere between an adventure tale, a This American Life act and a bedtime story.


She Explores

Stories about women who are inspired by connecting with nature and the outdoors. Some topics covered include from solo backpacking and camping, conservation and being a park ranger in King Salmon, Alaska.


The Pace Brothers: Into The Wilderness Podcast

Topics are wide ranging with a backbone centered on conservation, including hunting, fishing, expeditions, environmental and wildlife management. This UK podcast is for everyone who enjoys the great outdoors and care about safeguarding the planet and wildlife we share this land with.