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Tag Archives: mark romanack
Now that ice fishing season is here, we kick off this week’s show with advice on staying safe from retired Coast Guardsman Joe Marion. Joe is also an avid ice angler and has some great suggestions for preventing an accident on the ice.
Then Karl Ieuter of the Ieuter Insurance Group dispels the rumor that your vehicle isn’t covered while on the ice.
We continue the ice fishing theme in hour two as I talk with Mark Romanack of Fishing 411 TV. Mark has some great advice for targeting panfish and other species on first ice.
Next, Brian Mastenbrook of the Michigan dnr has an update on the December elk hunt. He says the department uses the hunt as a management tool to control the elk population, but for a lucky group of hunters, it can be the hunt of a lifetime.
The hour wraps up with Ed Roy of the Michigan Wildlife Council (HereForMiOutdoors.org). Ed has an update on the “Here for Generations” campaign to promote hunting and fishing in Michigan.
Coyote hunting is the topic in the final hour of this weeks show as I talk with Blaine Bailer of Jays Sporting Goods. Blaine is a veteran predator hunter and has great advice on getting started.
We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This week the chef has a very nice rabbit recipe.
I hope you like the show.
We kick off the new month with some great guests and information this week on the Outdoor Magazine radio show.
First, Dale Borske of the Michigan Chapter of Ducks Unlimited (ducks.org/michigan) talks about the 80th anniversary of that group and what they’re doing for wetlands habitat.
Then Glen Venner of the Lure Lipstick company describes how his product uses pheromones to attract fish.
Hour two kicks off with Capt. Paul Schlafley of Riverside Charters in Manistee. Paul says the fishing for big king salmon has been surprisingly good this season.
Next, Josh Pawlak from Vanguard Outdoors talks about a contest that company is having to give two kids a whitetail hunt in Michigan’s UP this fall.
Lt. Steve Burton from the Michigan dnr wraps up the hour. Steve has details on the requirements to be a Conservation Officer.
Fishing is the topic in hour number three as I talk with Mark Romanack from Fishing 411 TV. Mark describes his recent adventures to Stannard Rock in Lake Superior and a steelhead fishing trip to Lake Erie.
Wild game chef Dixie Dave Minar wraps it all up with a very nice venison meat loaf recipe.
I hope you like the show.
Scott Szafranski of the Linwood Beach Marina on Saginaw Bay is my first guest this week. Scott says they’re ready for boaters and campers. He also discusses the perch and walleye fishery on the Bay.
Then, Kenny Slavens of Jays Sporting Goods in Gaylord joins me to talk about what to look for in a ground blind for turkey season.
The hour wraps up with Wendy Scott from the Great Lakes Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau (GoGreat.com). Wendy talks about the hunting and fishing opportunities in that part of the state.
Mark Romanack of Fishing 411 TV kicks off the second hour of this week’s show. Mark tells about his recent trips to Lake Erie and the Detroit River for walleye. He also has advice on how to be more productive while trolling big water.
We’re talking turkey in the next segment with Al Stewart of the Michigan dnr. Al says the season is off to a good start and reminds us licenses for some areas are still available over the counter.
Jeff Poet kicks off the final hour this week. First, Jeff wears his Michigan Wildlife Council hat to talk about their “Here for Generations” campaign (HereforMiOutdoors.org). Then, he switches gears and tells of his family’s store, Jays Sporting Goods. He describes how they got started and what sets them apart from the big, national outdoor retailers.
Wild game chef Dixie Dave Minar wraps it all up. This time with a nice turkey recipe.
I hope you like the show.
Jeff Poet is the kick off guest on this week’s show. Jeff is the President of Jays Sporting Goods and a member of the Michigan Wildlife Council. He talks about the campaign to promote hunting and fishing in Michigan, as well as the outdoor retail business.
Then Karen Cleveland of the Michigan dnr talks about the confusion over changes in the plan to control cormorants in the state.
Hour two kicks off with Ted Harpham of Darton Archery. Ted discusses their bow and crossbow lineup for 2016.
mucc‘s Drew YoungeDyke is up next with details of their On The Ground (OTG) program to improve habitat for fish and wildlife across the state.
Fishing educator and TV fishing show host Mark Romanack of Fishing 411 is featured in hour number three. Mark talks about trolling for open water walleye and the process of testing dive curves on popular fishing lures.
We wrap it up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This time Dave has a very nice walleye recipe.
Great guests and information this week. I hope you like the show.
A broad based and fast paced show this week on Outdoor Magazine.
First, Eric Sherwood of Whitetail Select joins me with some great advice on planting a food plot for wildlife. Eric says April is the perfect time to get that job done.
Then, Karl Ieuter of the Ieuter Insurance Group is up next. Karl is an avid outdoorsman who makes his living in the insurance business. He has tips on protecting your outdoor gear and equipment.
The second hour features veteran walleye angler Mark Romanack of the Fishing 411 television show seen on Sportsman Channel. Mark has spent a lot of time chasing trophy walleye on the Detroit River over the years and he has lots of expert advice for anglers there.
Tony Hansen of the Michigan United Conservation Clubs finishes out the hour with a look at the latest outdoor news coming out of Lansing.
Our final hour takes a look at the Demmer Shooting Center at Michigan State University with Glen Bennett. Glenn is the MSU archery coach and an archery instructor at the center. He also has a preview of a big 3D shoot there at the end of April.
As always, we wrap it up with wild game chef Dixie Dave Minar. This time Dave has a very nice walleye recipe.
Another show filled with great information, and I hope you like it
A diverse and fast paced show this week on Outdoor Magazine radio.
I start out talking about my last Outdoor Magazine television show. That show includes video dating back to the late eighties and it was very interesting for me to look back on that part of my career.
Next, Jim Wale of JW Kennels has some great advice on rabbit hunting with beagles.
Then Mark Romanack of the Fishing 411 show talks about why early season ice fishing for perch and panfish can be so productive. He has some great information on locations, gear and techniques for catching more fish.
Also, a very interesting conversation with Michigan Conservation officer John Borkovich. John has details on finding a group of illegal aliens from Mexico involved in an alleged poaching incident in St. Clair County. That bust turned up several illegal guns, and resulted in 29 charges against 5 men.
Tony Hansen of the Michigan United Conservation Clubs wraps up the second hour with a look back at the firearm deer season. He says there are lots of unhappy hunters in Michigan this year and stresses the importance of filling out the DNR hunter survey.
Bowhunting for late season whitetails is the subject in our final hour with Tim Roller of the Wild Addiction TV Show. Tim says hunting can be very tough this time of year and hunters need to capitalize on the primary instinct of whitetails in the late season….their stomach.
We wrap up with wild game chef Dixie Dave Minar. Dave and I discuss our working relationship going back to the early days of Outdoor Magazine. He also reminds us gift certificates to his restaurant are a great Christmas gift idea.
A fast paced show this week filled with lots of great information and tips. I hope you enjoy it.
This week on Outdoor Magazine radio…..
We start out talking about whitetails, and my recent week bowhunting in Ohio. The weather was warm and the hunting was surprisingly slow, but as hunters we need to make the most of such situations.
Next, Bill Pyles of Ohio Bowhunting Outfitters joins me with his thoughts on the lack of deer movement.
The next show segment featured a topic that’s getting lots of attention in Michigan. Dennis Lennox of Cheboygan County told me about a plan by the DNR to ban walleye fishing on Mullet lake next year. He says that’s being proposed because the indians want to increase their catch, and as a result, sport fisherman have to reduce their harvest. We haven’t heard the last word on this one yet.
I wrap up the first hour with Randy Jorgenson of the Woods-n-Waternews.
In the second hour noted outdoor writer Dan Donarski of Hunters Horn Adventures joins me. Dan recently returned from a family safari to South Africa and he shared stories from that adventure.
We also discussed the state of deer hunting in Michigan today.
Next, another respected Michigan outdoorsman….Mark Romanack. Mark was also on the road hunting, but he was waterfowl hunting in Saskatchewan. Mark talked about that trip and his bowhunting adventures back home in Michigan.
Our final hour kicks off with Glenn Duncan of Duncan’s Outdoor Shop in Bay City, Michigan. Glenn is an veteran gunsmith and veteran shooter. We talked about the choices hunters have for deer season and he talked of the perfect Michigan deer gun.
As always, the show wrapped up with chef Dixie Dave Minar. Dave was in a treestand during our conversation, but he had time to give us a tasty venison recipe.
Another busy show….I hope you enjoy it.