The  Sportsmen Against Hunger  program is our first topic of discussion this week as Ray Rustem from the Michigan dnr joins me with details on how hunters can donate their venison to the needy.

Then Scott Kietzman from Linwood Taxidermy has some great advice on preserving your deer hunting memories.

Tom Campbell from Woods-n-Waternews wraps up the opening hour by talking about the impact of deer hunting in Michigan.

Bill Hahn of  Jays Sporting Goods is featured in the second hour this week.  Bill is their hunting department buyer and decides what ends up on the shelves at Jay’s.  He has some suggestions for last minute gear Michigan deer hunters might need.

Nick Green, Chief Information Officer for the Michigan United Conservation Clubs is up next.  Nick talks about the process of working with a new Michigan governor and her administration.

We’re talking fishing in hour three this week with Brad Smyth of Detroit Outdoor Adventures (iFishDetroit.com).  Brad says fall is a great time to target trophy fish of all species…including big Lake Erie Walleye.

Wild game chef Dixie Dave Minar wraps up the show again this week.  This time, Dave talks about field processing….and cooking venison.

I hope you like the show.