Greg "Doc Lures" Vinall

Greg "Doc Lures" Vinall

Podcast Host, Lure Maker, Scientist, Educator

Greg is host of the Australian Lure Fishing Podcast. He’s an Aquatic Scientist, Lure Maker, Speaker and Author in the recreational fishing space. In this episode Greg looks for commonalities and trends in the information shared by his many guests on the ALF podcast regarding the best times to fish..

500 ALF Episodes Is A Good Start! Key Points:

  • In just a few months, on March 14 2022, the Australian Lure Fishing Podcast will publish it’s 500th episode (unless an unforseen catastrophe strikes).
  • 500 episodes is more than just a milestone, it’s also a turning point. ALF listeners can expect more of the same style of content from episode 501 onwards – but there will also be some exciting new developments too. Stay tuned for more info as we get closer to the big day!
  • Apart from content upgrades, we’re planning a big 500th episode celebration bash. Over hundreds of episodes ALF has showcased the fishing products of all major brands – and we’re looking forward to doing a whole lot more of that in future. Brands  in the fishing/outdoors space that would like to support the podcast, enjoy some exposure and get some top notch promotion are invited to participate in the big celebration! For more information about what’s on offer you can contact [email protected].
  • There’s also an exclusive opportunity for one brand partner to join the Australian Lure Fishing Podcast on our journey as we ramp up to a whole new level. If your brand has amazing products or services that tens of thousands of passionate sport fishers need to know about, you share our passion for sustainable sport fishing and if you’d like us on your team generating amazing digital content that engages and inspires then we should have a chat! Podcasts are the tip of the iceberg for the right brand partner. For further information, contact David Granville at [email protected]


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