Monthly Archives: August 2013

Labor Day Weekend Radio Rundown

We kick off the holiday weekend talking with Jim McGuire of Logan Elm Beagles.  Jim and some buddies lost eight dogs from a wolf attack in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

Then, Roger Richter of the Freeland Area Chamber of Commerce promotes their Great Outdoor Expo coming up in a couple of weeks.

Continuing the promotional theme, Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews talks about their 27th annual Outdoor Weekend in Imlay City.

Hour number two features noted outdoor writer and wildlife expert Richard P Smith.  Richard has great advice to help Michigan hunters get ready for bear season.

MUCC‘s Tony Hansen wraps up the hour with the latest outdoor news and information out of Lansing.

The conversation turns to waterfowl hunting in the final hour of this week’s show as I talk with George Lynch of Lynch Mob Calls.   George says early season goose hunters should work with the motto of “less is more”.

We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar.  This week Dave has a hearty bear recipe.

Another fast paced and interesting show.  I hope you like it.

 

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Show Rundown for August 24th.

RJ Meyer of the Trophy Room Taxidermy Studio joins me this week to talk about preserving your hunting and fishing memories.  RJ has some great advice on field prep for the taxidermist and what you can expect from those mounts.  For a look at some of RJ’s work, check out his website….TrophyRoomMichigan.com.

Then Fred Post of the Sanford American Legion Post talks about a fundraising event we’re having in a couple of weeks to raise money for veterans.  It’s Saturday, September 14th.  This poster has details.

Vets Salute

 

Hour two kicks off with old friend Jim Barta of the Hunter Safety System.  Hunter Safety System revolutionized the concept of treestand safety and Jim has good advice on staying safe in a treestand.

MUCC‘s Tony Hansen is up next.  This week Tony and I talk about screw ups in the outdoors and how they make for some great stories.

Another old friend joins me in the third hour as I talk with expert outdoorsman and veteran writer Tom Lounsbury.  Tom and I discuss a wide range of topics from pheasant hunting to handguns.

The show wraps up once again with chef Dixie Dave Minar.  This time Dave doesn’t have a recipe, instead we talk about bear hunting and fundraising dinners.

A good show filled with great guests and information.  I hope you like it.

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Show Rundown for 8/17

Bill Hahn of Jays Sporting Goods helps kick off this week’s show with a conversation about trail cameras and how to use them.

Then, outdoor writer Steve Griffin joins me in the second hour to talk about fishing for Great Lakes trout and salmon…in a kayak.

Next, Chris Funk of the Zippo Outdoor company describes how that company is entering the outdoor market with some unique tools for hunters and campers.

The third hour features Glenn Duncan of Duncans Outdoor in Bay City Michigan.  Glenn says in the world of high tech semi autoloader handguns, the revolver is still a viable tool.

We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar.  This week he has a great salmon recipe.

Another informational and interesting show…I hope you like it.

 

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Show Rundown for August 10th.

It’s another busy show this week on Outdoor Magazine Radio.

First, Eric Sherwood of the Whitetail Select food plot company joins me.  Eric says August is a great time to put in a food plot and he has lots of advice on how to be successful.

Then Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews checks in with a look at their latest edition and another preview of the big Outdoor Weekends coming up in Imlay City and Kalamazoo.

Fishing on northern Lake Huron is the subject in our second hour as I talk with Ed Retherford of Trout Scout Charters.  Ed fishes the Alpena, Presque Isle and Rogers City areas.  He says the fishing got off to a slow start this year but the action is consistent now.

Tony Hansen of MUCC wraps up the hour.  Tony explains how hunters and anglers can help the DNR on habitat improvement issues.

In hour number three I talk with an old friend….Lennie Rezmer of Carbon Express.  Lennie talks about the evolution of carbon arrows and outlines their current lineup.  We also talk about broadheads and how to pick the right one.

The show wraps up with wild game chef Dixie Dave Minar.  This week Dave has a very nice duck recipe.  He says you could use it with goose as well.

Another good show filled with lots of great guests and information.  I hope you like it.

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Rundown for First Weekend in August

We kick off a new month with another busy Outdoor Magazine show.

First, archer Joe Wiseman joins me.  Joe lost the use of his arm in at ATV accident,  but he hasn’t given up bowhunting.  The West Michigan man has learned to shoot his compound by using his teeth.  Joe is an inspiration to others suffering from physical problems.

Joe Wiseman

Then Ed Golder of the Michigan DNR talks about the delay in the Michigan wolf license program.  Ed says it’s a technical issue and has nothing to do with pressure from anti hunting groups.

The second hour features Mike Hoadley of the Michigan based Predator Traditional Archery company.  Mike talks about the appeal of shooting a recurve or longbow and describes the transition from shooting a compound.  You can learn more about their company at their website HuntersNiche.   I used a Predator takedown recurve a couple of years ago to take a nice Michigan longbeard.

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Michigan’s “Mr. Walleye”, Mark Martin  joins me for the final hour.  Mark and I discuss new techniques and products, including a device he designed for long line trolling directly behind the boat.  Mark also has great advice on fishing the “dog days” of summer (though I’m not sure we’ll have them this year).  Mark has lots more information on his website….MarkMartins.net.

Dixie Dave Minar wraps it all up.  This week he has another great fish recipe.

Another busy show filled with lots of good information.  I hope you like it.

 

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