About your Hosts

Your Host Bob Scott

A Vermont native, Bob has had the opportunity to fish and hunt from coast to coast. Once called a “fishing fanatic” by Field & Stream editor John Merwin and a true fanatic with sporting arms as well. An accomplished fly fisherman with diversity in every genre of the sport, Bob has tournament wins with Brown trout, Lake trout, Rainbow trout, Bass, and Northern Pike.

As seasons change in Vermont, Bob too greets change from fishing to sports afield. In the fall you will find Bob chasing grouse with a springer or out witting a pheasant with his Viszla “Trigger”. Hunting over a well-trained dog has always fulfilled the overall experience. All this is true testimony to Bob's diversity in the great outdoors.

You'll regularly find Bob roaming the hills of Vermont digging a little ginseng and cataloging a covey of grouse or a stream teaming with brook trout.

Your Host Bob Scott Jr.

Bob is an accomplished outdoorsman. Noted for his versatility in the outdoors, Bob Jr. currently holds the Vermont State record for Catfish at 35lbs 15oz and the IGFA youth world record for Brook Trout on a fly rod. Bob's notoriety has lead him on hunting trips with Jerry Valencourt executive producer for ESPN Outdoors, Tom Ackerman of Brotherhood Outdoors, and fishing editor John Merwin of Field and Stream. One of Bob's favorite pursuits is Birds of Feather. Calling ducks, geese, and turkey with unsurpassed skill is testimony to his success.

Born and raised a Vermonter, Bob Jr. can be found dangling a line through the ice of Lake George for Lakers, casting delicate flies on the Swift River, or tucked in a cornfield waiting to answer the far off sound of waterfowl.