- October 2017
- September 2017
- August 2017
- July 2017
- June 2017
- May 2017
- April 2017
- March 2017
- February 2017
- January 2017
- December 2016
- November 2016
- October 2016
- September 2016
- August 2016
- July 2016
- June 2016
- May 2016
- April 2016
- March 2016
- February 2016
- January 2016
- December 2015
- November 2015
- October 2015
- September 2015
- August 2015
- July 2015
- June 2015
- May 2015
- April 2015
- March 2015
- February 2015
- January 2015
- December 2014
- November 2014
- October 2014
- September 2014
- August 2014
- July 2014
- June 2014
- May 2014
- April 2014
- March 2014
- February 2014
- January 2014
- December 2013
- November 2013
- October 2013
- September 2013
- August 2013
- July 2013
- June 2013
- May 2013
- April 2013
- March 2013
- February 2013
- January 2013
- December 2012
- November 2012
- October 2012
- September 2012
- August 2012
- July 2012
- June 2012
- May 2012
- April 2012
- March 2012
- February 2012
- January 2012
- December 2011
- November 2011
- October 2011
- September 2011
- August 2011
- July 2011
- June 2011
- May 2011
- April 2011
- March 2011
- February 2011
- January 2011
- December 2010
- November 2010
- October 2010
- September 2010
- August 2010
- July 2010
- June 2010
- May 2010
- April 2010
- March 2010
- February 2010
- January 2010
- December 2009
- November 2009
- October 2009
- September 2009
- August 2009
- July 2009
- June 2009
- May 2009
- April 2009
- March 2009
- February 2009
- January 2009
Tag Archives: rj meyer
We wrap up the month with some great guests and information this week on Outdoor Magazine.
First, master taxidermist RJ Meyer of the Trophy Room Taxidermy studio in Allendale joins me. RJ has great advice on preserving the memories of your Great Lakes fishing trips.
Then Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews says they’re rapidly filling up on vendor space for the upcoming Outdoor Weekend in September.
Hour two kicks off with Eric Lafollette of Jays Sporting Goods. Eric is the manager of the archery department in Jay’s Clare store and he says it’s time to start getting ready for the season.
Next, Lt. Steve Burton from the Michigan dnr talks about the current class of recruits training to be conservation officers.
Carol Rose of the Michigan Wildlife Council wraps up the hour. She has an update on the “Here For Generations” campaign (hereformioutdoors.org).
Veteran Great Lakes charter captain Ed Rutherford of Trout Scout Charters in Alpena is featured in the final hour of this week’s show. Ed has been a fishing guide and charter captain for almost fifty years and has plenty of stories to tell about his time on the water.
We wrap it up with chef Dixie Dave Minar. This time it’s an interesting catfish recipe.
I hope you like the show.
First RJ Meyer of the Trophy Room Taxidermy Studio in Allendale joins me to talk about preserving your hunting and fishing memories.
Then, Tom Campbell from the Woods-n-Waternews magazine has a look at their latest edition.
Hour two kicks off with Michigan dnr wildlife biologist Chad Stewart. Chad talks about whitetail fawns and why people should never pick them up. He also describes the latest on CWD in Michigan and proposed changes to the state’s deer hunting regulations.
Then, Shaun McKeon of the Michigan United Conservation Clubs (mucc.org) describes their new “On the Ground Jr.” program.
Bass fishing is the topic in hour 3 as I talk with fishing guide Gerry Gostenik of Great Lakes Bass Fishing. Gerry says Michigan is one of the top states in the country for trophy smallmouth with Lake St. Clair leading the way.
Chef Dixie Dave Minar wraps this week’s show up. This time he has a very interesting woodchuck recipe.
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.
We wrap up the month with with a wide range of guests and topics.
First, Tim Squires of Michigan based Hurricane Safety Systems joins me to talk about their products designed to keep tree stand hunters safe.
Then, Valerie Blaschka of the Michigan dnr has a preview of the big Saginaw Bay Waterfowl Festival coming up next weekend at the Bay City State Recreation Area.
In hour two, Master taxidermist RJ Meyer of the Trophy Room Taxidermy Studio has advice on how to take care of trophy fish and also looks ahead to our Ontario bear hunt.
Dennis Fox wraps up the hour talking about DNR shooting ranges in southern Michigan.
Sturgeon fishing is the topic of discussion in hour three of this week’s show. Jim Felgenauer has great advice on finding, and catching giant sturgeon in the St. Clair River. You can learn more about that at their website….StClairSturgeon.org.
We wrap it up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This time Dave has an unusual, but tasty recipe….it’s broiled crayfish.
I hope you like the show.
Food plots are the opening topic of discussion this week on the Outdoor Magazine Radio show as I talk with Eric Sherwood of Whitetail Select. Eric talks about where to plant a food plot, how to prepare the ground and what seed to plant.
Then Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews give a preview of their April edition.
Hour two kicks off with master taxidermist RJ Meyer of the Trophy RoomTaxidermy studio in Allendale. RJ describes how to judge the quality of a taxidermists work.
Drew YoungeDyke of mucc is up next. Drew talks about the new “Here. For Generations” campaign to educate the non hunters and anglers in Michigan about the importance of what we do.
Scott Szafranski of the Linwood Beach Marina wraps up the hour. Scott talks about the early spring trolling action for walleye on Saginaw Bay.
Fishing is also the topic of our final hour as Mark Romanck of Fishing411 joins me. Mark talks about fishing for giant pike in Canada during ice-out conditions, jigging for Detroit River walleye and he also has some great trolling tips.
We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar of Oscar and Joey’s Roadhouse. This time Dave has a very nice walleye recipe.
Lots of great guests and information this week on Outdoor Magazine Radio. I hope you like the show.
We kick off this week’s Outdoor Magazine Radio show talking with Al Stewart of the Michigan dnr. Al is the Upland Game Bird Specialist for the department. He reminds hunters about the leftover fall turkey tags and that the season ends on the 14th.
Then Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews joins me to talk about getting ready for firearm deer season.
Hour two features outdoor writer and wildlife expert Richard P Smith. Richard talks about the outlook for gun season in the UP. He also reminds listeners about his Michigan black bear survey. Folks who see a bear can email Richard at firstname.lastname@example.org with the details.
Todd Wills of the DNR wraps up the hour. Todd has information on the new Lake Huron research vessel called the “Tanner”.
Master taxidermist RJ Meyer of the Trophy Room kicks off the final hour of this week’s show. RJ has great advice on how to preserve your deer hunting memories by choosing the right taxidermist.
We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This week Dave talks about field prep of your deer, then has a great venison recipe.
Interesting guest with good information this week on Outdoor Magazine Radio. I hope you like the show.
We wrap up the summer season talking about more hunting than fishing this week on the Outdoor Magazine Radio Show.
First, master taxidermist RJ Meyer of the Trophy Room taxidermy studio joins me to talk about bear hunting. RJ describes our recent trip to White River Ontario and has great advice for Michigan bear hunters too.
Waterfowl hunting expert George Lynch of Lynch Mob Calls kicks off the second hour. George talks about hunting Michigan’s early goose season and has examples of what a good goose and duck call should sound like.
Hour number three starts out with Michigan whitetail hunting legend John Eberhart (DeerJohn.net). John has some great advice on hunting pressured whitetails and compares the hunting hear to other states.
We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This week he has a heart bear stew recipe.
Another show filled with great guests and information. I hope you like it.
We kick off a new month with more great guests and information on this edition of Outdoor Magazine Radio.
First, Captain Jeff Godi of the Michigan Experience Charters (The Michigan Experience) joins me to talk about post season cold front fishing for big water walleye. Jeff also talks about the finer points of trolling spoons for great lakes marble eyes.
Then, John Gorm of Linwood Beach Marina has details on a new program from Mercury Marine with financial incentives to re-power your boat with a new outboard motor.
Hour two kicks off with RJ Meyer of the Trophy Room Taxidermy Studio. RJ has some thoughts on preserving your hunting and fishing memories through taxidermy.
We head to Lake Superior for the final hour of this week’s show and talk with veteran fishing captain Dave Kimar. Dave owns Kimars Charters, a company that offers fishing adventures to Standard Rock, fifty miles offshore, in the middle of the giant lake.
Dixie Dave Minar wraps it all up once again. This time Dave has a very interesting sheephead recipe.
Great guests and lots of information this week. I hope you like the show.
There’s a wide range of topics on this week’s show.
First I talk about a recent newspaper article on the concept of “coywolves” in Michigan and why I think it’s misleading.
Then, Al Stewart of the Michigan dnr joins me with details on how to get a leftover turkey tag.
Next, Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews has a preview of their April edition.
Hour two kicks off with Michael Short of Jays Sporting Goods. Michael has great advice on reloading your own ammunition.
Veteran steelhead angler Tim Roller is up next to talk about how water temperature affects fish activity and behavior.
This week’s third hour features RJ Meyer of the Trophy Room Taxidermy studio. RJ talks about how to take care of your trophy fish and game in the field so your taxidermist can give you a lifelike mount.
We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This week Dave has a hearty chili walleye recipe. A busy show filled with great guests and information. I hope you like it.
We kick of the month of “Rocktober” with a little slower paced show this week.
First, Master Taxidermist RJ Meyer of the Trophy Room Taxidermy Studio (TrophyRoomMichigan.com) joins me to talk about choosing the right taxidermist for your trophy. By the way, RJ has opened a new studio in West Michigan (Allendale, near Grand Valley State University).
Then Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews has a look at the latest edition of their monthly magazine.
Hour two features Greg Abbas of A-Way Hunting. Greg is an expert whitetail hunter who loves to share his knowledge about targeting trophy bucks. Greg has great advice on calling deer, as well as using scent to attract them. We also talk about his invention consulting business.
Fall muskie fishing is the topic in the final hour of this week’s show as I talk with veteran angler and Michigan dnr fisheries technician Don Barnard. Don says fall is the best time to target the trophy fish because they’re feeding heavily in preparation for winter.
We wrap it all up once again with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This time Dave has another very nice venison recipe.
A little slower pace this week but lots of great information on this week’s show. I hope you like it.