Meet The Host
Al currently resides in five different Fishing Halls of Fame including the prestigious International Game Fish Association (IGFA) and is enshrined in the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame as an educator and a legendary angler. He’s a member of the Professional Bass Fishing Hall of Fame, as well as the Minnesota Fishing Hall of Fame and the Normark Fishing Hall of Fame.
He won two Bassmaster events and qualified for three Classics in the three short years he fished the circuit fulltime. He also won countless walleye and bass tournaments over the years.
Al was awarded the Samuel C. Johnson Fishing Journalist of the Year honor and was named among the 35 most influential people in bass fishing by Bassmaster Magazine and is considered one of the best all-around multi-species anglers in North America.
He was co-founder of the In-Fisherman Communications Network, Lindner Media Productions and the Lindy Tackle Company.
Growing up in the world of sports fishing, James Lindner has filmed and fished from the Arctic Circle tundra to South American jungles and from the Atlantic to the Pacific coasts and every state in between. As a multi-species fisherman, James has few equals and his prowess in the world of musky fishing is legendary.
In 2008, James was inducted into the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame as a Legendary Communicator for his outstanding achievement in the realm of sportfishing. In 2003, he was also honored as the Rapala Angler of the Year in appreciation of his professional manner, motivated by passion of fishing, to promote and expose others to the wide world of Rapala and recognizing his examples and limitless efforts that Lauri Rapala’s legacy continues.
A top grade tournament bass fisherman in his own right, James has dominated the Canadian American Smallmouth Bass circuit, with multiple first place wins on the KBI and FFBC. Today, James is at the helm of Lindner Media Productions.
Jeremy has been fishing since he was old enough to hold a rod and reel. He loves to catch anything that swims and tries to take full advantage of the best bite going. Given the time he loves going searching for new water off the beaten path. Whether it is for largemouth, smallmouth, muskies, cats, sturgeon, lake trout, whitefish or carp, anything is fair game.