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Miles Nolte

Miles Nolte

Miles has been an outdoor writer and editor for more than a decade and was a fishing guide for even longer than that. He’s the former Angling Editor at Gray’s Sporting Journal and author of The Alaska Chronicles.

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The Other Red Meat: What The New York Times Missed

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The Other Red Meat: What The New York Times Missed

In May 2019, The New York Times’ food and climate desks collaborated to help their readers understand the relationship between dietary choices and greenhouse gas emissions. The project embodied a primary function of journalism—demonstrating the power of individual actions to impact national and...
Miles Nolte Mar 28, 2022
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Ep. 58: Check Your Bugger Ducks at the Door

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Ep. 58: Check Your Bugger Ducks at the Door

This week, we bid a warm passive-aggressive goodbye to our beloved co-host Miles Nolte. Brad Leone caters the farewell party with gas station fugu and spicy crab tots, plus, we sell you on flies made of duct tape and go on a quest for elusive “brown snakeheads” (which is not a euphemism for turds...
Joe Cermele Sep 17, 2021
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Ep. 57: Drunk and Disorderly Pastors

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Ep. 57: Drunk and Disorderly Pastors

On this week’s episode of "Fishing Cabin Confessions," we: remind you to smash the barb on your heel before sticking your foot in your mouth, explain why religious figures turn into sailors when they step onto fishing boats, hallucinate baby tarpon in the rocky mountains, and appreciate the finer...
Joe Cermele Sep 10, 2021
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Ep. 56: Looking Fly In That Goochie

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Ep. 56: Looking Fly In That Goochie

In this week’s box of stale Lucky Charms, we dig up the issues I have with my father dooming most fishing trips, send in a proof of purchase for some souvenir water, stretch the crumbs to get one more bowl full of walleye, and put the hex on the miserable human that robs children of hatchery mutants...
Joe Cermele Sep 3, 2021
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