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Tag Archives: drew youngedyke
Ted Harpham of Michigan based Darton Archery is my first guest this week. Ted talks about bowhunting for turkeys, the growth of bow fishing and Darton’s compounds and crossbows.
Then Tim Dusterwinkle, President of the Michigan Bear Hunters Association (mibearhunters.org), joins me to talk about a video they helped produce to promote bear hunting with dogs.
Hour two kicks off with “Michigan’s Morel Master”, Clayton Edney. Clayton runs the Michigan Morels Facebook page and has great advice on how to find the tasty springtime treats.
Drew YoungeDyke of mucc wraps up the hour. Drew announces his plans to leave the Michigan United Conservation Clubs and go to work for the National Wildlife Federation. He says he’ll be working on many of the same issues….inluding asian carp.
Fishing Hall of Fame Member Mark Martin is featured in hour three. He talks about a recent fishing trip on the Detroit River and his plans to fish the Keweenaw area for avariety of fish including walleye and trout.
Chef Dixie Dave Minar is up next. This time Dave has a very nice turkey recipe.
I hope you like the show.
We kick off the new months with some great guests and interesting topics.
First, Eric Sherwood of Whitetail Select food plot seed joins me. Eric is an agronomist and hunter who brings an interesting perspective to the food plot business. He has great advice on starting a plot, where to put it, how big to make it and what seed to use.
Hour two kicks off with outdoor writer and fishing guide Dave Rose of Wildfishing.com. Dave talks about late winter and early spring fishing opportunities in Northern Michigan.
Then, Drew YoungeDyke of mucc talks about their concern over possible changes in the Michigan commercial fishing laws that would allow those fishermen to keep walleye, salmon and trout. CWD and asian carp are also topics of discussion.
We wrap up the hour with Kurt Ieuter of the Ieuter Insurance Group. Kurt says it’s important to work with the right insurance company to protect our outdoor gear and equipment.
Guns and shooting are the topic in hour three of this week’s show as I talk with Glenn Duncan of Duncans Outdoor Shop in Bay City. Glenn talks about the demand for guns today, how to maintain them and what to look for when buying a new gun.
We wrap it up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This week Dave and I talk about the recent wild game dinner and auction by my church, Trinity Monitor, and what it takes to cook for hundreds of people at an event like that.
I hope you like the show.
Michigan bears are the opening topic of discussion this week on Outdoor Magazine Radio. Michigan dnr wildlife biologist Kevin Swanson says the population is up slightly in the UP and dramatically in the northern Lower Peninsula. As a result, hunters are likely to see more bear permits issued.
Meteorologist Mark Torregrossa wraps up the hour talking about the mild weather this winter. He says that trend is likely to continue for a while.
Dale Hendershot of the Michigan Trappers and Predator Callers Association (mtpca.com) is up next. Fur prices are up slightly but Dale says most trappers don’t do it for the money.
Randy Stec from the Michigan Wildlife Council (HereforMIOutdoors) is the final guest of the hour. Randy updates us on the status of that campaign to educate Michigan’s non hunters and anglers.
Springtime steelheading is the opening topic of discussion of the final hour of this week’s show as I talk with Tim Roller of Whitetail Journey TV. Tim was a fishing guide on West Michigan rivers for many years and he describes how to use water temp, flow and color to catch fish.
Wild game chef Dixie Dave Minar wraps it all up. This time it’s possum.
I hope you like the show.
We kick off the month of December this week on Outdoor Magazine Radio.
First, I talk with Drew YoungeDyke of mucc about the recent decision by the Michigan Court of Appeals that could jeopardize scientific management of our fish and game species. Drew says the issue is now in the hands of our state Attorney General.
Then, Scott Szafranski of the Linwood Beach Marina joins me with a Saginaw Bay perch and walleye report.
The hour wraps up with Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews. Tom talks about his deer season and the latest edition of their magazine.
Steelhead fishing is the opening topic in hour number two as I talk with Lance Keene of Steelhead Hunter Charters. Lance says river conditions are perfect now and the action is hot.
Then, Michigan dnr wildlife biologist Ashley Autenreith joins me to talk about this year’s firearm deer season.
Hour number three features veteran coyote hunter Blaine Bailer of Jays Sporting Goods. Blaine has great advice on getting started in that sport.
We wrap it up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This time we’re not talking about a wild game recipe, but rather, our upcoming live Facebook event at Dave’s restaurant, Oscar and Joey’s Roadhouse.
Great guests and information this week. I hope you like the show.
We get ready for the Michigan firearm deer season this week on Outdoor Magazine Radio.
First, Wildlife Biologist Chad Stewart of the Michigan dnr joins me to talk about the outlook for the season.
Then, Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews talks about deer hunting today and has a preview of their December edition.
Hour two kicks off with meteorologist Mark Torregrossa (FarmerWeather.com). Mark gives a forecast for the firearm season and beyond. He also talks a look at the “super moon” the night before the season opens.
mucc‘s Drew YoungeDyke is up next. Drew looks forward to the next Michigan Out of Doors magazine and also stresses the importance of the “hunt your hunt” concept.
Well know Michigan deer hunter Greg Abbas (AWayHunting.com) is featured in hour three. Greg tells the story of his recent southern Michigan buck and talks about using pressure from other hunters to drive deer to your stand.
We wrap it up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. As you might expect, Dave has a venison recipe this week.
Great guests and lots of information this week on Outdoor Magazine radio. I hope you like the show.
Jim Felgenauer of the St. Clair Chapter of Sturgeon for Tomorrow (StClairSturgeon.org) is my first guest on this week’s show. Jim and I talk about our recent sturgeon fishing adventure on the St. Clair River.
Allan Goetz of the Michigan Buck Pole group (MiBuckPole.com) is up next talking about their online virtual buck pole and their philosophy of putting people ahead of deer.
Lt. Jim Gorno of the Michigan dnr joins me in the second hour. Jim has been a conservation officer for thirty years and has some interesting insight into how the job has changed over the years. He also has advice on staying safe and legal in the woods this fall.
Drew YoungeDyke of mucc is up next. Drew tells the story of his recent successful whitetail hunt in Northern Michigan.
Businessman Mark Griffin wraps up the hour. Mark talks about a new initiative in Michigan to get the word out about the economic impact of hunting. Learn more at HuntingWorksforMI.com.
Retired fisheries technician Don Barnard kicks off the final hour. Don is an avid musky fisherman and says fall is the best time to catch a trophy fish.
We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This week he has another great venison recipe.
Lots of great guests and information this week. I hope you like the show.
We kick off the month of October talking with Ted Harpham of Darton Archery. Ted talks about their new 2017 Maverick and teases us with talk of their other new models to be unveiled in January at the Archery Trade Association show.
Hour two kicks off with Master Taxidermist RJ Meyer of the Trophy Room Taxidermy Studio in Allendale. RJ has great advice on taking care of your trophy in the field so you can get the best mount possible
Drew YoungeDyke of mucc is up next. Drew talks about the upcoming bow season, his plans to bear hunt in the remote western Upper Peninsula and some recent action taken by the Michigan United Conservation Clubs.
We switch gears and talk fishing in the final hour of this week’s show. Captain Paul Schlafley of Riverside Charters joins me to talk about fall salmon and trout fishing on the big lake and also steelhead fishing on the Manistee River.
Chef Dixie Dave Minar wraps it all up. This time the veteran wild game master has a very nice venison recipe.
Great guests and information. I hope you like the show.
Gary Morgan of East Lake Outfitters is up first on this week’s Outdoor Magazine radio show. Gary talks about bear hunting in Michigan and his new whitetail guide service in Missouri.
Then, Tom Campbell from Woods-n-Waternews joins me with a wrap up of their big Outdoor Weekend and a preview of the October edition of the magazine.
Hour two kicks off with Chad Stewart of the Michigan dnr. Chad is the whitetail specialist for the state and we discuss the outlook for the season, status of CWD and what can be done to improve deer numbers in the UP.
Drew YoungeDyke from mucc wraps up the hour talking about a concept he calls “hunt your hunt”.
We switch topics for our final hour of this week’s show and talk fall fishing with Mark Martin. Mark says the fall is a great time to catch trophy fish because they’re putting on th feed bag for winter.
We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This time Dave and I talk about a live Facebook event coming up Wednesday the 21st at 8PM. The event will be at Oscar and Joey’s Roadhouse where one lucky guest will win a new Darton Archery Viper SS crossbow package.
Lots of great information this week. I hope you like the show.
We celebrate Labor Day and kick off the unofficial fall season this week on Outdoor Magazine Radio.
First, Jon Ross of Wolf Creek Productions joins me to talk about a new TV series they’re shooting in Michigan. The crew is following conservation officers on patrol for a show called the “Wardens” that will air early next year.
Lance Senske of Michigan made Fortress Blinds wraps up the hour talking about his blinds and where you can buy them.
Hour two features Tim Roller of the Whitetail Journey TV show. Tim talks about getting ready for the fall bow season. He also refers back to his days as a fishing guide and explains why water temperature is important in fall river fishing for kings and steelhead.
Drew YoungeDyke from mucc is up next. He describes their new quarterly magazine format and talks about the role the Michigan United Conservation Clubs play in regard to hunters and anglers.
The Michigan Elk herd is the topic of discussion in hour number three as Michigan dnr Regional Wildlife Biologist Brian Mastenbrook joins me. Brian talks about the elk range, their behavior and how hunting is used to keep the herd under control.
Chef Dixie Dave Minar wraps up this week’s show with a very nice goose recipe in honor of Michigan’s early goose season.
Thanks for listening to the Outdoor Magazine radio show and podcast.
Tom Beecher of Michigan based Vanguard kicks off this week’s show. Vanguard makes top quality optics and accessories. I’ve been working with Vanguard for a few months now and continue to be impressed by the quality of their products and emphasis on customer service.
Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews wraps up the hour talking about their September edition and the upcoming Outdoor Weekend in Imlay City.
Hour two features Lance Valentine of Walleye101. Lance is an expert angler and respected outdoor educator. He’s also a new member of the Angler Qwest team.
Drew YoungeDyle of mucc is up next. Drew talks about an upcoming OTG (On The Ground) project in the UP and his routine for getting in shape for the hunting season.
Fishing is the topic of discussion in the final hour of this week’s Outdoor Magazine show. Brad Smyth of Detroit Outdoor Adventures (iFishDetroit.com) talks about musky and walleye fishing, as well as a recent to trip to Ontario for some world class steelhead fishing on Lake Erie.
As usual, Dixie Dave wraps up the show, this time with a very nice salmon recipe.
Great guests and information this week. I hope you like the show.