MFCCC has gone international! In this episode we interview Noah Werner, a former New Englander who is now located in Costa Rica.
Noah goes into detail about his wildlife village and reserve, Arena Alta, and also shares what life and fishing is like in Playa Zancudo Costa Rica.
This is the same area of Costa Rica where Ryan is right now. Over the years Ryan and Noah have become friends, with both of them sharing a common interest in fishing.
This picture was taken at sunset from Playa Zancudo beach, which is located a short walk from the Arena Alta Wildlife Village & Reserve.
This episode may be of particular interest to anyone who's interested in owning property in a rural and relatively untouched area of Costa Rica with a large amount of natural biodiversity and wildlife.
You can listen to our chat with Noah by clicking play below
This new entrance into the Arena Alta Wildlife Village & Reserve.
Our mission with the new Chronicles podcast is to share the magic of Cape Cod through through interviews with local experts and members of the Cape Cod fishing community.
Each Chronicles episode will last around 25 minutes, and will include a written transcription of the podcast for people who prefer to read instead of listen.
Episodes of the Chronicles can also be listened to on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever else you get your podcasts!
Thank you as always for listening to our podcasts here on My Fishing Cape Cod.
Tight lines and take care!
Kevin spent almost 10 years with the New England Patriots and New England Revolution producing podcasts and other digital content. He currently serves as the host and Executive Producer of the My Fishing Cape Cod Podcast. In addition, he serves as a Radio Color Commentator for Boston College Men’s basketball and produces various other podcasts for major outlets across the country. He is from Manomet, MA and has salt water running through his veins.