Outdoor humorist. Stressed out Dad.
This outdoor humor writer has been featured in
Oklahoma Today, Outdoor Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania Angler and Boater magazines. Since 2011, he has been sharing tips, observations every week, usually Tuesdays (contract blogger) for Take Me Fishing.org
This week's post (04-15-14):
(From Chapter, "Coping with Lure Separation Anxiety")
"Losing a lure to a fish
is also the way it is suppose to be. The big one should always get away.
And the one that got away was always a big one. That lure died with its
boots on. Or a chartreuse skirt, anyway."
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A collection of articles, columns, posts, and stories is now available as an ebook: "Just Keep Reeling."
“I'm going to leave the field of outdoor humor writing to you. I'm sure it will be in good hands.”
Patrick McManus, author of many books including his latest, THE HORSE IN MY GARAGE
great thing about Andy Whitcomb is he sees things about fishing we tend
to overlook- his "outside of the box" style is what makes him so
special as a writer. True breath of fresh air!!!!"
Mark Zona, TV Personality, Host of “Zona’s Awesome Fishing Show.”
"Andy Whitcomb has a clever way of looking at seemingly mundane subjects and giving them an interesting spin. His talents as a storyteller have made him one of my favorite writers. I eagerly anticipate every funny and heart-warming tale."
Keith “Catfish” Sutton, author of several books including “The Crappie Fishing Handbook” and “Out There Fishing”)
“Andy Whitcomb knows the three Fs: fishing, family, and fun. His columns for Oklahoma Today combined all three in ways that made us, and our readers, smile every time.”
Steffie Corcoran, Editor, Oklahoma Today Magazine
"I think you are probably the best columnist we've had. And definitely the most funny."
Megan Rossman, Associate Editor, Oklahoma Today Magazine
"Absolutely a new and different point of view and perspective. Your style of
writing reminds me a lot of Bill Bryson."
, Underwater Photographer
The Reel Roaster(tm) Review
(More archived posts under "Articles")
Photo by James Overstreet at the 2010 Classic media day
Perhaps is signature piece, "Bass Thumb, the Finer Points" in 2007 Outdoor Oklahoma
His interview by Chase Rheam of the Stillwater NewsPress:
Interviewing anglers at the 2010 Bassmaster Classic, behind Skeet Reese at the end of this commercial:
Recognized as an influential outdoor writer, he was invited to speak
on story-telling at 100th meeting of the Association of Fish and
April 4, 2012, presented "The Caste System" to a graduate fisheries class at Oklahoma State University about his perspective of fishing method evolution.
Thanks for your support!