It’s a busy show this week on Outdoor Magazine radio.

First, Lori Card-Stroik of Wild Card Outdoor Adventures talks about her efforts to get women and kids involved in the outdoors.

Then, Ross Elliott tells the story of his Ontario wolf hunt while using a crossbow.

Jason Wolverton of the Forward Corporation wraps up the hour with details on a promotion involving Michigan Brand Hunter sticks and saving money on gas.

We’re talking traditional archery in the second hour this week with Mike Hoadley of Hunter’s Niche Archery. Mike describes the appeal of recurves and longbows…and has great advice on how to make the transition from shooting a compound or even crossbow.

MUCC‘s Executive Director Amy Totter is up next. Amy has the latest on the Michigan Natural Resources Commission controversy. She also has a preview of their summertime Kid’s Camp.

Springtime walleye fishing is the topic in Hour 3 this week with Ali Shakoor. Ali is a fisheries biologist and hard core tournament walleye angler. He talks about a couple of interesting research projects he’s working on and the biological impact of keeping big female walleye during the spawning season.

Chef Dave Minar closes things out with a great rabbit recipe

I hope you like the show.