Flood Tide Co. Fall Giveaway

With Fall just around the corner, lots of brands are starting to release their gear for the cooler months ahead.  Flood Tide Co. just did a big release, expanding their reach to more than just a fishing theme.  They’ve done a great job of getting ‘good clean living’ all year round, and from the field to the water.

Their new Fall loot looks GREAT.  The corduroy and wax-cloth hats are perfect for the field, the long sleeve t-shirts are a great layering piece, or as a stand alone, and the koozies – both neoprene and foam – are top shelf.

To celebrate, we’ve teamed up with the good folks from Flood Tide Co. for a really sweet giveaway.  Details on getting entered are below…

Here’s what the winner will get:

A couple shirts
A couple hats
A couple koozies
A bunch of stickers

…and you pick which ones…

This is what I picked:

Here are the details:  To get in, leave a comment with your favorite fish to catch or bird to shoot.

For additional entries:

  • +1 (2 Total) ‘Like’ FLOOD TIDE CO. on Facebook
  • +1 (3 Total) ‘Like’ RED CLAY SOUL on Facebook
  • +1 (4 Total) ‘Follow’ FLOOD TIDE CO. on Instagram
  • +1 (5 Total) ’Follow’ RED CLAY SOUL on Instagram
  • +1 (6 Total) Tweet the following about the giveaway ‘I’m getting some #goodcleanlivin by entering the @floodtideco X @redclaysoul Fall giveaway. Get entered here: www.redclaysoul.com’

Get your entries in by Sunday, August 27th at midnight ET, and I’ll announce the winner on Monday the 28th around lunchtime.

Special thanks to Flood Tide Co. for providing the goods for the giveaway.

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119 Comments

  1. Chad
    08/21/2017 / 7:48 AM

    Redfish (Salt) Brown Trout (Fresh) and Quail or Dove, totally different experiences. 

  2. Madison Roberts
    08/21/2017 / 7:50 AM

    Fish: Trout (though I’ve yet to catch one … I’m a brand new fly fisherman and am still working on my casting technique- but it is still SO Awesome to get out there and try)
    Bird: Dove, because I can take my two young boys with me.

  3. Steven Bremer
    08/21/2017 / 8:05 AM

    I love duck hunting. 

  4. JC
    08/21/2017 / 8:15 AM

    Tarpon, large mouth bass and sunfish

  5. Ashtin
    08/21/2017 / 8:30 AM

    Trout, trout, trout!

  6. Joey
    08/21/2017 / 8:49 AM

    Redfish, and when I’m able to, I love duck hunting.

  7. J. Brooke Benton
    08/21/2017 / 9:00 AM

    Stalking redfish would be my favorite but since I am landlocked the majority of the time, largemouth bass would be primary species.

  8. Justin
    08/21/2017 / 9:08 AM

    Pheasant 

  9. James
    08/21/2017 / 9:17 AM

    Great folks over at Flood Tide Co!
    fish: mahi-mahibird: pintail duck

  10. Will
    08/21/2017 / 9:18 AM

    Bass or brim for fish and turkeys for birds. I am assuming you aren’t just talking about wing shooting.

  11. Will
    08/21/2017 / 9:22 AM

    Bass or brim for fish and turkeys for birds. Assuming you aren’t just talking about wing shooting.

  12. Fritz
    08/21/2017 / 9:26 AM

    Wahoo…duck hunting

  13. Jon
    08/21/2017 / 9:49 AM

    Largemouth bass are the king in Texas.

  14. Leslin
    08/21/2017 / 9:54 AM

    Redfish will always have a special place in my heart. I’ve never hunted for any kind of bird, all my time goes to fishing! 

  15. Andrew
    08/21/2017 / 10:00 AM

    Fish: Cobia 

  16. Brandon Sealey
    08/21/2017 / 10:09 AM

    Redfish for salt, bass for fresh, and turkeys to shoot. 

  17. Hayden
    08/21/2017 / 10:13 AM

    Spotted gar all the way, wood duck hunting never gets old.

  18. Seaver Lilly
    08/21/2017 / 10:15 AM

    Fly fishing snook on the beach!

  19. Dillon Antulis
    08/21/2017 / 10:21 AM

    Smallmouth on a fly. 

  20. Scott Schmitt
    08/21/2017 / 10:23 AM

    Spottail fish, wood ducks for birds

  21. Professor H
    08/21/2017 / 10:26 AM

    Brook trout for sure!

  22. Seth
    08/21/2017 / 10:28 AM

    Absolutely love catching some bass and shooting wood ducks in early fall season

  23. Brett
    08/21/2017 / 10:30 AM

    Brown Trout and Quail. A redfish on the fly is up there too.  

  24. Brian Walsh
    08/21/2017 / 10:33 AM

    Been a duck hunter in the past, but looking forward to my first quail hunt later this year! Love that pointer hat!

  25. Samuel
    08/21/2017 / 10:55 AM

    Redfish on fly

  26. Bailey Robertson
    08/21/2017 / 11:07 AM

    A brook Trout inAppalachian mountains! 

  27. Taylor
    08/21/2017 / 11:23 AM

    Trout fishing, Duck hunting

  28. Ben
    08/21/2017 / 11:28 AM

    Small mouth bass on a fly rod. 

  29. Darrell
    08/21/2017 / 11:34 AM

    Redfish / Largemouth / Quail

  30. Chandler bell
    08/21/2017 / 11:39 AM

    Redfish and wood ducks 

  31. Caleb Montgomery
    08/21/2017 / 11:49 AM

    Largemouth Bass!

  32. Caleb Montgomery
    08/21/2017 / 11:50 AM

    Largemouth bass

  33. Brad
    08/21/2017 / 12:09 PM

    Snooks and reds! Also nothing like pheasant hunting.

  34. Brandon
    08/21/2017 / 12:26 PM

    Sight casting for Redfish and Marsh Hen hunting with my brothers / friends in the marsh flats off the barrier islands of Savannah, GA…

  35. Drew
    08/21/2017 / 12:55 PM

    Salt- redfish on fly.fresh-largemouth bass on fly. Bird- any duck that flies. 

  36. Kyle Spencer
    08/21/2017 / 1:28 PM

    Fish: Large mouth bass Bird: Bobwhite quail

  37. Trip
    08/21/2017 / 1:29 PM

    Snipe

  38. Owen
    08/21/2017 / 2:32 PM

    Pintail

  39. Matt
    08/21/2017 / 3:04 PM

    Pheasant

  40. Ryan Casey
    08/21/2017 / 4:40 PM

    Phish: red .. good and bountiful here in Louisiana!

  41. Kristin
    08/21/2017 / 4:42 PM

    Nutria: easy to shoot good to eat

  42. MRJ
    08/21/2017 / 4:57 PM

    bowfin grennell 

  43. Scott
    08/21/2017 / 5:22 PM

    Redfish and pheasant…

  44. Ethan watt
    08/21/2017 / 5:28 PM

    King salmon and pheasant. Caught a king salmon a week before my grandpa passed and it’s been my favorite fish since

  45. Derek
    08/21/2017 / 5:50 PM

    Redfish/Dove

  46. Zack
    08/21/2017 / 6:02 PM

    Trout

  47. Jared
    08/21/2017 / 6:29 PM

    Trout and Specklebellies

  48. Andrew Sudderth
    08/21/2017 / 7:11 PM

    Catching big browns!

  49. Ace
    08/21/2017 / 7:33 PM

    Duck

  50. RJ
    08/21/2017 / 8:54 PM

    Trout

  51. Tanner
    08/21/2017 / 9:02 PM

    Trout and ducks!

  52. Greg
    08/21/2017 / 9:26 PM

    Brown Trout!

  53. Kaleb
    08/21/2017 / 9:46 PM

    Speckled Trout and Mallards in the timber

  54. Jim Kopotic
    08/21/2017 / 9:50 PM

    Redfish and trout 

  55. Philip Hart
    08/22/2017 / 7:29 AM

    Roe shads dawg!

  56. stipe
    08/22/2017 / 8:10 AM

    Trout, of course

  57. Chase Stahl
    08/22/2017 / 9:05 AM

    Speckled Trout and Red Drum

  58. Austin
    08/22/2017 / 9:23 AM

    Large mouth bass all day, preferably on a wacko rigged senko. 

  59. bryan
    08/22/2017 / 9:28 AM

    Are you familiar with Howler Brothers product line, thy have some real nice stuff!!  Check them out.

  60. BML
    08/22/2017 / 12:10 PM

    flats redfish

  61. Scott padjen
    08/22/2017 / 12:34 PM

    Trout (fresh fish) , tarpon (salt fish) , duck (bird)

  62. Winter Evens
    08/22/2017 / 12:40 PM

    Fish: Rainbow Trout      Bird: Tie between Dove and Grouse 

  63. Al
    08/22/2017 / 12:43 PM

    Dry fly for largemouth

  64. 08/22/2017 / 2:44 PM

    Trout of any kind. It’s the sexiest catch for sure.

  65. BJC
    08/22/2017 / 9:33 PM

    Brown Trout!

  66. JAG
    08/23/2017 / 12:26 PM

    Duck hunting and redfish. 

  67. Stw
    08/23/2017 / 1:42 PM

    Favorite fish is Redfish and bird is duck. #basicbro

  68. MBB
    08/23/2017 / 2:36 PM

    Great Charleston company! Fish would be Redfish or Blue Marlin. Bird would be Duck’s.

  69. James
    08/23/2017 / 4:53 PM

    rainbow trout

  70. Sanford
    08/24/2017 / 11:45 AM

    Speckled Trout and Redfish on light tackle and dove.

  71. Jay
    08/24/2017 / 12:44 PM

    Hunting Quail!

  72. JA
    08/24/2017 / 5:58 PM

    Not much like a southwest Georgia quail hunt or dove shoot

  73. Bud
    08/24/2017 / 9:44 PM

    Bass on a fly.

  74. Drew
    08/25/2017 / 12:21 AM

    trout on a dry fly – feel like a real fisherman!

  75. rasebobby123@gmail.com
    08/25/2017 / 7:26 AM

    Snook rule!!!

  76. Paul Wright
    08/25/2017 / 7:30 AM

    I love catching redfish!   Puts up a great fight and then seeing that black dot disappear after I release it is amazing.   

  77. Greg esco
    08/25/2017 / 7:49 AM

    Reds and Quail

  78. Troy Branham
    08/25/2017 / 8:06 AM

    Reds and Tarpon for hunting it’s turkey 

  79. Michelle Owens
    08/25/2017 / 8:26 AM

    We love to catch Striped Bass in the Tennessee rivers.  Marty And Michelle Owens

  80. Shawn Washinger
    08/25/2017 / 9:23 AM

    Smallmouth Bass and Brown Trout being in PA I don’t get to fish salt water much but can’t wait to get more opportunities to.  Love shooting Geese!

  81. Nate Krelis
    08/25/2017 / 9:32 AM

    Permit (hubcaps) are the hardest and most rewarding. But you got to love the lowcountry reds!!!! 

  82. Travis
    08/25/2017 / 11:01 AM

    Trout in N.Ga or on the Hooch. Dove or Quail with the family and friends. 

  83. Christopher Jewell
    08/25/2017 / 11:32 AM

    Redfish in the north Florida flats and quail on local, Southwest Ga Planatations. 

  84. Chris Rapanick
    08/25/2017 / 1:10 PM

    Big ones

  85. Chris Rapanick
    08/25/2017 / 1:12 PM

    Big ones

  86. jeff Siegel
    08/25/2017 / 2:21 PM

    Trout are my favorite fish to catch.  Big fan of the podcast.  Tight lines!

  87. Keith Miller
    08/25/2017 / 10:34 PM

    Redfish and quail

  88. Leah Sorensen
    08/26/2017 / 7:44 PM

    Pheasants!

  89. Jonathan
    08/27/2017 / 1:40 PM

    Favorite fish has to be Grouper and favorite bird would have to be Gray ducks!

  90. Brian Hodge
    08/27/2017 / 2:59 PM

    Catfish to catch and pheasants to shoot!

  91. Austin Coward
    08/27/2017 / 3:02 PM

    Either bass for freshwater or catfish for salt. Catfish put up such a good fight and I fry them up nicely! 

  92. Hunter
    08/27/2017 / 3:06 PM

    Nothing better than fishing for trout and hunting ducks, my favorites

  93. Peter G
    08/27/2017 / 3:06 PM

    Pheasant… many fond memories with my dad and the dogs

  94. Rachel
    08/27/2017 / 3:10 PM

    Bass

  95. Will
    08/27/2017 / 3:12 PM

    Shoal Bass, Pompano 

  96. Jon harsch
    08/27/2017 / 3:12 PM

    Walleye for eating & largemouth for
    Fun

  97. Gregory Andrew Madden
    08/27/2017 / 3:19 PM

    Favorite fish to catch is black sea bass or flounder (salt) or catfish (fresh).

  98. Caleb
    08/27/2017 / 4:03 PM

    Trout

  99. Adam
    08/27/2017 / 4:12 PM

    Large mouth bass, quail

  100. Cody Wattenbarger
    08/27/2017 / 4:26 PM

    Rainbow trout

  101. Drew H.
    08/27/2017 / 4:46 PM

    Trout on the Hiwassee River

  102. Trevor
    08/27/2017 / 4:56 PM

    Nothing like going after some brookies in the early hours of the morning 

  103. Sam
    08/27/2017 / 5:16 PM

    Striped bass!

  104. Isaac Trotter
    08/27/2017 / 5:29 PM

    Red Fin near Charleston, Trout in North GA and Catfish/Bass in the Lake. 

  105. Bryce
    08/27/2017 / 5:54 PM

    Trout 

  106. Cory
    08/27/2017 / 6:01 PM

    Fish: Largemouth Bass
    Bird: Quail

  107. Candace Mills
    08/27/2017 / 6:43 PM

    Redfish, and Tarpon

  108. Rose
    08/27/2017 / 7:24 PM

    bass/duck

  109. Jeff W
    08/27/2017 / 7:31 PM

    Redfish

  110. Blake
    08/27/2017 / 8:21 PM

    Fish: Reds/Trout – tough choice Birds: Ducks

  111. Todd H
    08/27/2017 / 10:50 PM

    Redfish

  112. Johnny
    08/28/2017 / 8:14 AM

    Big mouth bass. 

  113. Zack
    08/29/2017 / 9:03 AM

    Nothing like a tailing red!

  114. Jerry Brumfield
    08/29/2017 / 11:39 AM

    Smallmouth, pound for pound…it just doesn’t get any better

  115. Gardner
    08/30/2017 / 5:24 PM

    Wild Trout

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