We’re making the transition to fall this week on Outdoor Magazine Radio.

First, Rick Hobbs of the Michigan Squirrel Dog Association talks about their group and why the use of dogs to hunt squirrels is becoming more popular.

Then, Juan Bush, General Manager of Garber Chevrolet in Chesaning, explains why the outdoor market is a key group. We also talks about the new #garberchevybraggingboard.

Hour two kicks off with Mike Horswill from Jay’s Sporting Goods. Mike is an expert when it comes to processing your own venison and he has great tips and advice.

Jeff Poet from the Michigan Wildlife Council is up next. He talks about that group’s continuing efforts to promote hunting and fishing in the state.

This week’s “Ask Avery” segment is in reference to the question of how a young hunter can get a license during the covid pandemic. Lt. Andrew Turner of the Michigan DNR has the answer.

Treestands safety is the topic in Hour 3 this week as I talk with Jerry Wydner of the Hunter Safety System. That company has been a leader in the development and promotion of full body harnesses while hunting from an elevated platform.

We wrap it all up with Chef Dave Minar and another great wild game recipe.