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In this episode, Sean sits down to talk with BOTE Ambassador, Ian Provo, and his brother Neil Provo. As all-around outdoorsmen, this duo doesn’t miss a beat on land or water.
Corey and Sean discuss the brand’s beginnings, the origin of the name, and the inspiration for the product - to name a few.
Welcome to the fifty-fifth installment of BOTE's Beneath The Surface podcast. In this episode, BOTE's Creative Director, Rob McAbee, joins Sean and Corey to talk about fly fishing culture and what makes SUP fly fishing so rad.
In this episode, we cover SUP surfing tips, tricks, and etiquette. And of course look back on our favorite surfing spots over the years. Under the right conditions, patience and time on the water, you can learn to surf utilizing multiple boards in the BOTE line-up.
In this episode, Sean & Tyler, BOTE's dynamic video and photo duo travel to visit two of BOTE's newer ambassadors: Jennifer Adler and Ian Segebarth. Sean sits down with these two hardcore adventurers and explorers to learn more about how they incorporate BOTE into their lives.
If you want the unvarnished, sometimes weird, story . . . you know our podcasts are the place to go. Corey, Sean, and Pete take you down memory lane into the history of the Darkroom.
From South Beach, Miami to high-grass swamp land sprinkled with alligators in the Everglades, Sean's traveling with some interesting people and stopping off to hang out with some equally interesting area residents. This week, Sean sits down with Wil Beaucher (director and producer of the Beneath The Surface video series) to revisit their time.
A new stop on The Sean & Tyler Road Show in Fort Myers, Florida. This week, Sean sits down with our longtime BOTE Ambassador, Drew Chicone, an author, fly designer, and all-around fly fishing artisan.
The first stop on The Sean & Tyler Road Show on Sugarloaf Key, Florida. Sean sits down with BOTE Ambassadors Scott and Lindsey Brown to discuss the value of getting today's youth outdoors because, ultimately, they will become stewards and custodians of our natural resources.