This special all That Wasn’t That Bad episode follows the inshore fishing trip Jamey and Matthew took to Port Aransas in December 2019. They describe catching fish off the pier in Bayside, the Caldwell Pier in Port A, and the sheepshead off the Packery Jetty. Also a long review of Texas Seafood by PJ and
Lake Travis is a party lake, so Fishing Team tackles it in this episode with a party state of mind. They put to the test Matthew’s crazy scheme to use a tarp and a waterproof bluetooth speaker playing electronic dance music. Also a special “that wasn’t that bad” crossover segment with Matthew and Jamey’s other
This episode finds Fishing Team (aka Jamey and Matthew) in the canoe out at their secret honey hole for carp and catfish. Just kidding, they’re sitting right next to the Hula Hut restaurant in plain view of everyone. In fact, Jamey gets a standing ovation for his extraordinary fishingness! This episode edited by Jamey Maness
It’s the high heat of the summer, and for some reason Jamey and Matthew are out in the canoe on Lady Bird trying to catch some stuff. There’s a few small fish caught and a conversation about Rapala and Champagne tastes. That Wasn’t That Bad taped during dinner at Taco More on Austin’s Riverside Road.
So this episode doesn’t have the best sound quality. We might have just scrapped this one, but early on, Matthew catches a certificate-sized Rio Grande cichlid, cane poling it right out of Lady Bird Lake. This episode marks the first time Fishing Team caught one of the trophy fish on actual direct audio like a
Our Fishing Team goes to the Colorado River near Austin, hunting the state fish, the Guadalupe bass. Not to spoil anything, but from the pics you can see that they did indeed catch a Guadalupe. As Matthew and Jamey were a bit giddy from a live podcast taping at Armadillocon the night before, there’s more
It’s a last minute and poorly executed after-work trip to the County Line BBQ, which sits on a spur of Lake Austin. Fishing team takes advantage of fishes’ love of BBQ bread and hooks up on grass carp, catfish, and plenty of sunfish. It’s the longest fight sequence since They Live, so don’t miss it!
A bit of a spoiler, this is the episode where Jamey catches a great big carp. He’s already got his Big Fish Award for it, and he’s very proud of himself, you can be sure. Also included in this episode, Las Trancas tacos and a torta. If there’s something better than carp and street cart
Our intrepid fisherguys take it to Lake Travis at Sandy Creek Park to try and catch something, anything they could call a trophy. It doesn’t quite go that well, but it also doesn’t go that poorly. There are tilapia sightings, fish in the hand, and some badly recalled Cher songs.
Even people who have spent years in Austin don’t know that just past the airport there’s a county park with beautiful hiking trails and oddly productive pond fishing. Jamey and Matthew go to Southeast Metropolitan Park and they find plenty of fish deep down into the woods. Afterward they eat the surprisingly good cheeseburger at