Jeff Cullers grew up as a fisherman due to his family background, but also offers a local service in Idaho that could easily be adapted to other states to help outdoorsman out. David Sparks, Sportsman Spotlight. Speaker2: I am originally from North Carolina. I grew up there. My grandfather was an avid fly fisherman. In fact, he tied flies professionally up in Boone, North Carolina and loved to fish. And I think that's where my love of fishing started. But it continued on with my stepfather, who was also an avid fisherman. Hunter loved everything outdoors and really just got me involved with it. Grew up fishing, obviously in North Carolina, more largemouth bass going after that trophy fish, that big £10 largemouth. I also do a podcast each week. We do a weekly fishing report. It's called the Idaho Fishing Report and it's basic information. We don't give away anybody's secret spot, but what we do with the show is we let you know what the conditions are. In Idaho, especially southern Idaho. Reservoir levels can change, especially as the summer goes along. So we give you reservoir levels, what boat ramps are open. We also talk about the weather conditions. You're heading out to Anderson Ranch or strike. You want to know what the winds are because they can pick up out there pretty quickly. So you want to know kind of what the conditions are. We also give a fishing game update. We talk about stocking reports where tournaments are being held. So if you don't want to be in the middle of a tournament, you can avoid that body of water. That weekend. Speaker1: The Idaho Fishing Report where you get your podcasts.