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Tag Archives: tom lounsbury
First, Chad Stewart of the Michigan dnr has an update on CWD in Michigan, including the latest case in Montcalm County.
Then Jim Hammill from the Michigan Wildlife Council (HereforMiOutdoors.org) joins me to talk about that group and their “Here For Generations” campaign.
Hour two features professional angler Lance Valentine of Walleye 101. Lance is getting ready to head down to Lake Erie to chase big walleye. He has advice on trolling big water in the late season.
DNR biologist and avid upland bird hunter Al Stewart is up next. Al has details of an upcoming woodcock symposium.
Pheasant hunting is the topic in the final hour of this week’s show as I talk with Tom Lounsbury. Tom hasn’t missed an opening day of the Michigan pheasant season in six decades. He says the birds have changed over the years and has advice on how to hunt them today.
We wrap it all up with wild game chef Dixie Dave Minar. As always, Dave has a recipe that sounds great.
I hope you like the show.
First, Jimmy Gretzinger of Michigan Out of Doors TV joins me to talk about continuing that long running television show and what goes on behind the scenes each week.
Then, Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews has a preview of their big Outdoor Weekend coming up after Labor Day.
Hour two kicks off with fishing guide and outdoor writer Dave Rose (WildFishing.com). Dave has an on the water report while smallmouth fishing on Grand Traverse Bay.
Next, Bob Ransom (the guy who started Ameristep) talks about his new tree stand company called Primal Treestands.
The final hour features veteran outdoorsman Tom Lounsbury. Tom talks about getting ready for the hunting season and some of his favorite types of hunting.
Wild Game Chef Dixie Dave Minar wraps it all up with another great recipe.
I hope you like the show.
Charter Captain Mike Orr of Five Orrs Charters kicks off the show this week. Mike was fishing southern Lake Michigan for salmon and trout but he’s moved his business to Lake Erie because the fishing there is so much better.H
Hour two features another professional fisherman, Paul Schlafley of River Side Charters out of Manistee. Paul is talking to us from the Manistee River, where he says the steelhead action has been pretty good.
Next, mucc Executive Director Dan Eichinger joins me to talk about a variety of issues, including the plan to allow commercial fishermen to keep walleye and lake trout. MUCC is against that proposal.
James Severance of Burt Watson Chevrolet wraps up the hour. James says they’re offering a new “Outdoorsman” Silverado, based on my truck.
Veteran outdoor writer and expert hunter Tom Lounsbury is my guest in hour three. Tom is always of wealth of information and stories about his outdoor experiences….and this time is no exception.
We wrap it up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar and another interesting wild game dinner.
I hope you like the show.
We kick off this week’s show talking about predator hunting in Michigan with Jorden Susewitz of the Extreme Predator Hunt. That statewide hunt has grown considerably over the past few years and Jorden has details on how to get involved.
Then, Allan Goetz from the Michigan Buck Pole (MiBuckPole.com) joins me to talk about their online community. He says deer hunters are just part of their focus these days.
Hour two features outdoor writer and fishing guide Dave Rose (WildFishing.com). Dave talks about fishing opportunities in northern Michigan and why first ice is one of the most productive times of year.
Drew YoungeDyke from mucc is up next. Drew talks about refocusing their efforts on asian carp in 2017.
I talk with veteran outdoor writer and avid hunter Tom Lounsbury in the third hour of this week’s show. Tom has some interesting thoughts on the late pheasant season and rabbit hunting with beagles as a great wintertime activity.
We wrap it all up with chef Dixie Dave Minar. Once again, Dave has a very nice wild game recipe.
Great guests with lots of good information this week. I hope you like the show.
We kick off this week’s Outdoor Magazine radio show talking about processing wild game. Mike Horswill of Jays Sporting Goods is an expert at processing venison and he has some great advice.
Then, Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews talks about the November edition of their magazine.
The Lake Michigan salmon fishery is the opening topic of our second hour as I talk with Michigan dnr fisheries biologist Jay Wesley. Jay talks about the recent decision to cut salmon stocks by almost fifty percent and what that could mean to the resource.
Ray Rustem of the DNR is up next with details on the Michigan Sportsmen Against Hunger program.
The final hour of this week’s show features veteran outdoor writer and expert hunter Tom Lounsbury. Tom talks about the history of pheasant hunting in Michigan and how hunters today can be successful.
We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar who has a very nice venison recipe.
Lots of interesting information this week. I hope you like the show.
Jeania Canel of Jays Sporting Goods is my first guest on this week’s Outdoor Magazine radio show. Jeania is the manager of the gun department in their Clare store and has worked in the business for more than three decades. This time, we’re talking shotguns for the fall hunting seasons.
Hour two kicks off with Doug Deming of the Fish Point Lodge on Saginaw Bay. Doug talks about the walleye fishery there this past summer and looks ahead to fall waterfowl hunting.
Al Stewart of the Michigan dnr is up next. Al is a wildlife biologist and hard core upland bird hunter. Al has a preview of the Michigan grouse and woodcock seasons.
Veteran outdoor writer Tom Lounsbury is featured in the final hour of this week’s show. Tom talks to us from a goose blind and says the action on that particular day was pretty slow. We also discuss bear and deer hunting…along with several other topics.
The show wraps up with chef Dixie Dave Minar. Dave and I talk about an upcoming Facebook live event at Oscar and Joey’s restaurant scheduled for the evening of the 21st. The chef also has a very nice wild game recipe.
I hope you like the show.
We kick off this week’s Outdoor Magazine radio show talking about the crazy weather with meteorologist Mark Torregrossa (FarmerWeather.com). Way back in September, Mark accurately predicted what this winter would be like. Now he gives us his thoughts on the spring and summer weather patterns. Here’s a hint…be sure to get your air conditioner tuned up early this year.
Then Conservation Officer Tony Soave (Michigan.gov/dnr) joins me to talk about the upcoming walleye season closure on Michigan rivers and what that means for anglers.
Turkey hunting is the opening topic in hour number two as I talk with Brandon Ziegler from Jays Sporting Goods. Brandon has great advice on choosing the right turkey gun, choke tube and ammo for longbeards. We also discuss the importance of patterning your gun before the season.
Next, Lee Osterland of the Michigan dnr joins me to talk about prescription burns and how the department uses fire to improve habitat.
Veteran outdoor writer Tom Lounsbury is featured in our final hour. Tom is a lifelong outdoorsman from Michigan’s Thumb and he always has a very interesting perspective on hunting and fishing related issues.
We wrap up this week’s show with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. As always, Dave has a very nice wild game recipe.
Interesting guests with great information this week on Outdoor Magazine Radio. I hope you like the show.
We kick off the month of November talking hunting this week on the Outdoor Magazine radio show.
First, Nick Andrews of Scent Lok joins me to talk about that company’s products and how they’ve evolved over the years.
Then Bryan Lowe of the Michigan Buck Pole (MiBuckPole.com) has some great stories about the deer photos posted to their website.
Veteran hunter Tom Lounsbury is the first guest of hour two. Tom says his pheasant hunting season is going very well but his deer season has been slow so far.
Dave VerBurg wraps up the hour talking about his new Michigan based company called Deer On A String.
The “Whitetail Whisperer”, John Eberhart (DeerJohn.net) is featured in hour three. John tells the story of his recent mid michigan buck and talks about the challenges of deer hunting in Michigan.
We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This time Dave has a great pheasant recipe.
Lots of great hunting information from expert guests this week on Outdoor Magazine. I hope you like the show.
We kick off the fall season with some great guests and information this week on Outdoor Magazine.
First, Paul Jankens of Michigan made Diamondbuck blinds joins me.
Then, Lt. Glenn Gutierrez talks about the so called “bear attack” on a porcupine hunter.
Doug Deming from the Fish Point Lodge kicks off the second hour. Doug has some great advice on waterfowl hunting Saginaw Bay.
The waterfowl conversation continues next with Barb Avers of the Michigan dnr. Barb talks about the importance of the Great Lakes State as a waterfowl hunting destination.
Hour three features outdoor writer and hunting expert Tom Lounsbury. Tom has a great story about his recent UP bear hunt.
We wrap it all up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. This week Dave has a very nice squirrel recipe.
Thanks for listening.
Scent control for hunters is the opening subject on this week’s Outdoor Magazine radio show as I talk with Alex Gyllstrom of Scent Lok.
Then Tom Campbell of Woods-n-Waternews joins me with another look at their upcoming Outdoor Weekend and also the September edition of that magazine.
Hour two features outdoor writer and wildlife expert Richard P Smith. Richard talks about walking with whitetails and black bear and how those experiences make him a better hunter.
Drew YoungeDyke of mucc is up next. Drew has an update on their “On the Ground” problem….include the development of “rabbitat”.
The hour wraps up with Rob Komyathy. Rob has details on the 6th annual 3d shoot for the Michigan State Police Torch Run program. Details at Saginaw Field and Stream.
Tom Lounsbury is my guest in the third hour of this week’s show. Tom is an outdoor writer and broadcaster….and an expert hunter and an angler. We talk about an upcoming bear hunting trip and much more.
This week’s show wraps up with Chef Dixie Dave Minar. Dave has another very nice fish recipe.
A wide range of guests and topics this week. I hope you like the show.