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Wednesday - February 3
Show 1106: Take your sweetie to The Range of Richfield for Valentine specials. Fly-fishing expert Larry Dahlberg helps anglers master the basics of catching muskies on a fly rod. Steve Porter deciphers the mysteries of trophy whitetails. Jiffy pros Jim OBrien and Pat Kalmerton offer mid-winter ice-fishing strategies for panfish, walleyes and whitefish. Jeff heads to the World Ice Fishing Championship in Ukraine with the USA Ice Team.
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Wednesday - February 3
Show 1106: Take your sweetie to The Range of Richfield for Valentine specials. Fly-fishing expert Larry Dahlberg helps anglers master the basics of catching muskies on a fly rod. Steve Porter deciphers the mysteries of trophy whitetails. Jiffy pros Jim OBrien and Pat Kalmerton offer mid-winter ice-fishing strategies for panfish, walleyes and whitefish. Jeff heads to the World Ice Fishing Championship in Ukraine with the USA Ice Team.
Larry Dahlberg, host of The Hunt for Big Fish on the Outdoor Channel, says anglers must master the mechanics, tactics and strategies of fly-fishing to catch muskies on a fly, the topic of his seminar at the Milwaukee Muskie Expo Feb. 12-14 at the Washington County Fairgrounds in West Bend. (larrydahlberg.com, muskieexpo.com) Steve Porter, owner of Porter's Trophy Whitetails, brings his live whitetail exhibit and seminars on "Understanding a Trophy Buck" and "All About Antlers" to the Central Wisconsin Deer & Hunting Expo in Wausau, Feb. 12-14. (fishingboatingoutdoor.com, porterwhitetail.com/) In the Jiffy Ice Fishing Report, Jiffy pro-staffer Pat Kalmerton, of Wolfpack Adventures, reports good white bass action on Lake Winnebago and whitefish action on the Bay of Green Bay. (jiffyonice.com, wolfpackadventures.com) Jim Babiasz, proprietor of The Range of Richfield, announces February classes and "Date Night Devils vs. Angels" competition 7-9 p.m. on Feb. 12. On Valentine's Day, sweethearts shoot free. (therangewi.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Jones Dairy Farm, makers of all-natural pork sausage and bacon since 1889, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports good panfish action on Madison area lakes, and trout action on Devil's Lake. (jonesdairyfarm.com) This week's giveaway: A Jiffy Full Auger Case that will fit most ice augers. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554, leave your name and number, and mention the Jiffy giveaway. You can also email your entry to: dsoradio@gmail.com. Include the same info in your email.
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Thursday - January 28
Show 1105: Fishing legend Joe Bucher tells how to seal the deal on muskie follows. Try a delicious venison recipe and win a $50 gift package from Jones Dairy Farm. Ice fishing tips for southern Wisconsin panfish. Chequamegon Bay ice action is hot right now. Stormy Kromer sponsors USA Ice Team in the World Ice Fishing Championship. Cold weather slows Driftless Area trout action.
In the Ashland Area Lake Superior Report, presented by Hupy and Abraham, Scott Bretting, proprietor of River Rock Inn and Bait in Ashland, reports good ice and great fishing for browns, perch and northerns almost everywhere on Chequamegon Bay. (www.visitashland.com, www.riverrockinn.net, www.hupy.com) Joe Bucher, host of Fishing with Joe Bucher on Fox Sports North and the World Fishing Network, talks about his seminar on muskie fishing at the Central Wisconsin Sports Show, Feb, 19-21 at the Central Wisconsin Convention & Expo Center in Wausau. (www.fishingboatingoutdoor.com, www.fishingwithjoebucher.com) In the Jiffy Ice Fishing Report, Jiffy pro-staffer Jim O'Brien, of Dancing with Walleyes Guide Service, reports good panfish action on Waukesha County lakes. (www.jiffyonice.com, www.dancingwithwalleyes.com) In the Jones Dairy Farm Cooking Corner, chef Shaun Edwards talks about his successful deer season and offers a delicious recipe for Braised Venison. Find the recipe and a photo online. (www.jonesdairyfarm.com/recipes/by-meal/dinner/braised-venison) In the Madison Outdoors Report, exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Jones Dairy Farm, Gene Dellinger, proprietor of D&S Bait & Tackle on Northport Drive in Madison, reports decent bluegill action on Lake Monona, and modest perch action on lakes Mendota and Kegonsa. Crappies are biting on mid-lake structure on Lake Wisconsin. (www.jonesdairyfarm.com, www.dsbait.com) This week's giveaway: A Jiffy Powerhead Cover that will fit most ice augers. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554, leave your name and number, and mention the Jiffy giveaway. You can also email your entry to: dsoradio@gmail.com. Include the same info in your email. Special Giveaway this week: Jones Dairy Farm Cooking Corner Giveaway: $50 worth of Jones products, delivered to you in a reusable cooler. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554, leave your name and number, and mention the Jones Dairy Farm giveaway. You can also email your entry to: dsoradio@gmail.com. Include the same info in your email.
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Tuesday - January 19
Show 1104: Learn why an African safari is the best bargain in big-game hunting at the Central Wisconsin Deer & Hunting Expo, Feb. 12-14 in Wausau. Brown trout ice-fishing action is good for trout on Chequamegon Bay and Milwaukee Harbor. Jeff is in training for the World Ice Fishing Championship, February 20-22 in Ukraine. Meet Dan at the Milwaukee Muskie Expo at the Washington County Fairgrounds, Feb. 12-14.
In the Ashland Area Lake Superior Report, presented by Hupy and Abraham, John Radloff, of Anglers All in Ashland, says anglers are catching perch and pike off Second Landing east of Ashland, and trout and walleyes are biting off Ashland. Snowmobile trails are open and groomed. (www.visitashland.com, www.anglersallwisconsin.com, www.hupy.com) Joe Schlueter, proprietor of TSG Outdoors, LLC, explains why an African safari is the best bargain in big-game hunting, and previews his seminar at the Central Wisconsin Deer & Hunting Expo, Feb. 12-14 at the Central Wisconsin Convention & Expo Center in Wausau. (www.fishingboatingoutdoor.com) In the Jiffy Ice Fishing Report, Capt. Tyler Chisholm, of Wolfpack Adventures, says action for browns has been good in Milwaukee Harbor, and panfish are biting on green weed edges in Sheboygan County lakes. (www.jiffyonice.com, www.wolfpackadventures.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Jones Dairy Farm, Jiffy pro-staffer Duffy Kopf says the recent cold snap slowed fishing action last weekend, but kids had fun anyway at the Yahara Fishing Club outing on Saturday. (www.jonesdairyfarm.com) This week's giveaway: A Jiffy Auger Case that will fit most ice augers. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554, leave your name and number, and mention the Jiffy giveaway. You can also email your entry to: dsoradio@gmail.com. Include the same info in your email.
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Thursday - January 14
Show 1103: Lakes are ice covered throughout Wisconsin, but be careful as it may be unsafe in places. Mixed-bag action going well on Chequamegon Bay. Panfish and walleyes are biting on Waukesha and Dane county lakes. Limited opportunities for winter grouse hunters. Jones Dairy Farm president Philip Jones talks breakfast meats.
In the Ashland Area Lake Superior Report, River Rock Inn and Bait proprietor Capt. Scott Bretting reports ice has covered most of Chequamegon Bay and anglers are catching walleyes, trout, perch and salmon. (www.visitashland.com, www.riverrockinn.net) Dan Dessecker, director of conservation policy for the Ruffed Grouse Society, says grouse numbers are down across northern Wisconsin and offers advice for winter hunting. (www.ruffedgrousesociety.org) In the Jiffy Ice Fishing Report, Jim O'Brien, of Dancing with Walleyes Guide Service, reports ice has formed on most lakes in Waukesha County ang anglers are walking on to fish for walleyes and panfish. (www.jiffyonice.com, www.dancingwithwalleyes.com) In the Jones Dairy Farm Cooking Corner, Jones Dairy Farm president Philip Jones talks about his company's all-natural pork sausage and bacon, produced in Fort Atkinson since 1889. (www.jonesdairyfarm.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Jones Dairy Farm, Jiffy pro-staffer Ron Barefield reports ice should be firm on most area lakes by this weekend and panfish are biting on Squaw Bay. (www.jonesdairyfarm.com) This week's giveaway: A Jiffy Powerhead Cover that will fit most ice augers. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554, leave your name and number, and mention the Jiffy giveaway.You can also email your entry to: dsoradio@gmail.com. Include the same info in your email. Special Giveaway this week: Jones Dairy Farm Cooking Corner Giveaway: $50 worth of Jones products, delivered to you in a reusable cooler. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554, leave your name and number, and mention the Jones Dairy Farm giveaway. You can also email your entry to: dsoradio@gmail.com. Include the same info in your email.
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Thursday - January 7
Show 1102: Advice for catching tiger trout in the Driftless Area. Ice conditions around the state are improving, but still dangerous in most places. Dan and Jeff discuss early ice safety precautions and Wisconsin's early catch-and-release trout season, which opened Jan. 2.
In the Ashland Area Lake Superior Report, Anglers All proprietor Capt. Roger LaPenter reports ice is forming on Chequamegon Bay and anglers are starting to catch walleyes, trout and salmon. He advises caution, however, both on the Bay and inland lakes, as ice conditions can vary greatly early in the season. (www.visitashland.com, www.anglersallwisconsin.com) Fly-fishing specialist Ryan Frick offers advice for catching big trout in the Driftless Area during Wisconsin's early catch-and-release season, which opened on Jan. 2. (onafly.blogspot.com/) In the Jiffy Ice Fishing Report, Capt. Roy Kalmerton, of Wolfpack Adventures Guide Service, reports ice conditions across northern Wisconsin are sketchy at best. (www.jiffyonice.com, www.wolfpackadventures.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Jones Dairy Farm, Nebulus and Jiffy pro-staffer Duffy Kopf reports on ice conditions around the Madison area. (www.jonesdairyfarm.com) This week's giveaway: A Jiffy Full Auger Case that will fit most ice augers. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554 and leave your name, number and a brief message. You can also email your entry to: dsoradio@gmail.com. Include the same info in your email.
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Tuesday - December 29
Show 1101: We are proud to welcome Jones Dairy Farm as our newest sponsor. Statewide heavy snow did not help fishermen. Ice fishing conditions are still unsafe throughout most of the state. Snowmobile trails are open in the Ashland area. Check out the January classes and special activities at The Range of Richfield. Jeff and Dan wrap up the archery deer season and look forward to winter activities.
In the Ashland Area Lake Superior Report, Ashland Smelt Hotline Queen Candace Ferguson reports area snowmobile trails are open, but Chequamegon Bay and most inland lakes are not yet safe for ice fishing. (www.visitashland.com) Jim Babiasz, president of The Range of Richfield, announces January events and classes at the Range. (www.therangewi.com) In the Jiffy Ice Fishing Report, Jim O'Brien, of Dancing with Walleyes Guide Service, reports ice has finally arrived in the Hayward area, although it is still not safe on most larger lakes. (www.jiffyonice.com, www.dancingwithwalleyes.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Hupy & Abraham. Jiffy pro-staffer Ron Barefield reports nighttime open-water walleye action is beginning to slow down, and ice is still not safe in the Madison area. (www.hupy.com) This week's giveaway: A Jiffy Powerhead Cover that will fit most ice augers. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554 and leave your name, number and a brief message. You can also email your entry to: dsoradio@gmail.com. Include the same info in your email.
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Saturday - December 26
Show 1052: Last chance to enter the drawing for a Nebulus Flotation Device. Listen to the show for details. Electric Bad Boy Buggies help you get closer to the game. Open-water action is still going strong on Chequamegon Bay and the Madison Chain. No safe ice yet - be careful if you plan to go. Jeff and Dan celebrate their 10th year on the air and wish everyone a Happy Holiday Season.
In the Ashland Area Lake Superior Report, Capt. Scott Bretting, proprietor of River Rock Inn in Ashland, says open-water fishing is still productive in Chequamegon Bay, but no area lakes are yet safe for ice fishing. (www.visitashland.com, www.riverrockinn.net) Lon Tesch, proprietor of Valley Snowmobile & Powersports in Hortonville, discusses the advantages of all-electric UTVs, like the Bad Boy Buggy Recoil series. (www.badboybuggies.com, www.valleysnowmobile.com) In the Jiffy Ice Fishing Report, Pat Kalmerton, of Wolfpack Adventures, says it's still too early to consider ice fishing, but when you go, take safety precautions. (www.jiffyonice.com, www.wolfpackadventures.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Hupy & Abraham. Jiffy, Nebulus and Pure Fishing pro-staffer Duffy Kopf says open-water action on the Madison chain is still going strong. (www.hupy.com) Last chance to enter this month's giveaway: A Nebulus Flotation Device, a $450 value. It can keep an ATV or snowmobile and two occupants afloat. To get in on the drawing, call 414-297-7554 and leave your name, number and a brief message. You can also email your entry to: dsoradio@gmail.com. Include the same info in your email.
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Thursday - December 17
Show 1051: Smelt hotline queen invites listeners to enjoy winter fun in Ashland, Wisconsin. Visit some great state natural areas this winter. Tips from a Jiffy pro to help you get ready for ice fishing. Dan and Jeff report on last weekend's Milwaukee Ice Fishing & Winter Sports Show.
In the Ashland Area Lake Superior Report, presented by Hupy & Abraham, Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce public relations coordinator and smelt hotline queen Candace Ferguson says open-water fishing is still great in Chequamegon Bay and invites listeners to enjoy winter outdoor activities in the Ashland area. (www.visitashland.com, www.hupy.com) Josh Mayer talks about his quest to photograph of more than 500 Wisconsin State Natural Areas and suggests some great spots to visit in winter. (www.cherishwisconsin.org, www.wisconservation.org) In the Jiffy Ice Fishing Report, Jim O'Brien, of Dancing with Walleyes Guide Service, offers advice to help anglers get ready for ice fishing. (www.jiffyonice.com, www.dancingwithwalleyes.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Hupy & Abraham. McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports good mixed-bag action for walleyes, pike, catfish and bass on Lake Wisconsin and offers advice for early-ice action on Mississippi River backwaters and the Madison Chain. (www.hupy.com) This month's giveaway: A Nebulus Flotation Device, which can keep an ATV or snowmobile and two occupants afloat. We'll give it away right after Christmas. To get in on the drawing, call 414-297-7554 and leave your name, number and a brief message. You can also email your entry to: dansmalloutdoorsradio@gmail.com. Include the same info in your email.
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Saturday - December 12
Show 1050: Will El Nino kill ice fishing season this winter? Fall fishing is fantastic on Lake Superior. Milwaukee Ice Fishing Show runs Dec. 11-13 at State Fair Park. Winter fun on Lake Mille Lacs. Ice Castle Fish Houses let you ice fish in comfort. Jeff reports on the St. Paul Ice Fishing Show. Dan goes muzzleloader hunting.
In the Ashland Area Lake Superior Report, presented by Hupy & Abraham, Capt. Roger LaPenter, proprietor of Anglers All, reports great late-fall fishing action on Lake Superior's Chequamegon Bay. (www.visitashland.com, www.hupy.com, www.anglersallwisconsin.com) Jeff Drexler, owner of Ice Castle Fish Houses, says there will be some great deals on fish houses and winter gear at the second annual Milwaukee Ice Fishing & Winter Sports Show, Dec. 11-13 at Wisconsin State Fair Park. (www.milwaukeeicefishingshow.com, www.icecastlefh.com) Paul Waldowski, of Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort invites listeners to sample the fantastic ice fishing and winter recreation on Lake Mille Lacs. (www.sunsetbayml.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Hupy & Abraham. Jiffy and Nebulus pro-staffer Duffy Kopf stresses the importance of using a flotation device any time you are ice fishing. (www.hupy.com, nebulusflotation.com) This month's giveaway: A Nebulus Flotation Device, which can keep an ATV or snowmobile and two occupants afloat. We'll give it away right after Christmas. To get in on the drawing, call 414-297-7554 and leave your name, number and a brief message. You can also email your entry to: dansmalloutdoorsradio@gmail.com. Include the same info in your email.
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Wednesday - December 2
Show 1049: Milwaukee Ice Fishing Show comes to State Fair Park, Dec. 11-13. Win a Glock 19 at Glock Demo Day, Dec. 12 at The Range of Richfield. Cheeseheads: The Documentary premiers in Cameron, Wisconsin Dec. 19. Lake Wisconsin walleye bite is hot. Jeff and Dan report on the 2015 Wisconsin gun deer season.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, film producer John Mitchell announces the statewide release of his new movie, Cheeseheads: The Documentary. (iamacheesehead.com) John Nelson, manager of Thorne Brothers Custom Rod & Tackle, of Blaine, MN, invites listeners to the second annual Milwaukee Ice Fishing & Winter Sports Show, Dec. 11-13 at Wisconsin State Fair Park. (www.milwaukeeicefishingshow.com) Jim Babiasz, owner of The Range of Richfield, celebrates the Range's 1-year anniversary and announces free range time, hourly giveaways and a Glock 19 raffle on Glock Demo Day, Dec. 12. (www.therangewi.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Hupy & Abraham, Wisconsin's largest personal injury law firm, with 11 offices in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports on his successful gun deer season and says walleyes are hitting on Lake Wisconsin. (www.hupy.com) This week's giveaway: tickets to the Milwaukee Ice Fishing & Winter Sports Show. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email your name and phone number to dansmalloutdoorsradio@gmail.com.
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Wednesday - November 25
Show 1048: Expert tips for better venison sausage. Lessons from a lifetime of canoe-camping adventures. New book for kids reveals fascinating animal secrets. Madison chain muskies fall action report. Dan and Jeff are deer hunting this week - full deer season report next week.
National Outdoor Book Award-winning authors Ken Keffer and Stacy Tornio offer advice on how to help kids enjoy the outdoors with their new book, The Secret Lives of Animals. (cherishwisconsin.org, destinationnature.net) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Jim Landwehr talks about his adventure camping book, Dirty Shirt: A Boundary Waters Memoir. (jimlandwehr.com, hupy.com) Chuck Miesfeld, president of Miesfeld's Meat Market in Sheboygan, offers advice on the care and handling of venison from the field to the processor. (miesfelds.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Hupy & Abraham, Wisconsin's largest personal injury law firm, with 11 offices in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. Pro angler Duffy Kopf reports muskie action is slow but picking up on the Madison chain. (hupy.com) Last chance to enter our November $100 Cabela's gift card giveaway. Deadline is Nov. 30. (wi-buck-bear.org/tv/)
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Wednesday - November 18
Show 1047: Wisconsin 2015 gun deer season is here. Endangered resources need your help. Second annual ice fishing show comes to Milwaukee. New novel looks at trout fishing and iron mining in northern Wisconsin. Fall muskie action is picking up in the Madison area. Jeff and Dan prepare for gun deer season.
UW-Madison emeritus professor of wildlife ecology Scott Craven encourages listeners to help Wisconsin's endangered resources by contributing to the Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund. (cherishwisconsin.org) Nick Chiodo, director of marketing for Clam Corporation, previews the Milwaukee Ice Fishing and Winter Sports Show, Dec. 11-13 at Wisconsin State Fair Park. (milwaukeeicefishingshow.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, author John Luthens talks about his new novel that addresses the clash between trout fishing and iron mining, Taconite Creek. (hupy.com, cablepublishing.com/taconite.asp) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Hupy & Abraham, Wisconsin's largest personal injury law firm, with 11 offices in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. McFarland fishing guide Ron Barefield reports muskie action is picking up on the Madison chain. (hupy.com) Only two weeks left to enter our November $100 Cabela's gift card giveaway. (wi-buck-bear.org/tv/)
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Thursday - November 12
Show 1046: Deer Hunt Wisconsin 2015 airs this weekend on commercial stations throughout Wisconsin, details on the Deer Hunt Wisconsin Facebook page. Expert offers tips for hunting the whitetail rut. SCI Wisconsin Chapter supports conservation and the hunting heritage. Youngest woman outdoor publisher encourages girls to get into hunting and fishing. Jeff heads to Lake Mille Lacs to scout for the Ice Fishing National Championship. Dan wraps up production of Deer Hunt Wisconsin TV special and gets in some bow hunting.
Paul Marion, marketing director for Wildlife Research Center, offers advice for bowhunting during the whitetail rut and for getting closer shots at deer during firearms season. (www.wildlife.com) Megan Smith, publisher of Indiana Outdoor News, encourages girls and young women to get into the shooting sports. (www.indianaoutdoornews.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Michael Betters, president of SCI Wisconsin Chapter, reports on chapter support of hunting and conservation. (www.hupy.com, www.sciwi.org) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Hupy & Abraham, Wisconsin's largest personal injury law firm, with 11 offices in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. Gene Dellinger, proprietor of D &S Bait, Tackle & Archery in Madison, reports fishing action is beginning to stabilize after area lakes have turned over. (www.hupy.com, www.dsbait.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com.
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Thursday - November 5
Show 1045: Deer Hunt Wisconsin 2015 airs Nov. 5 on public TV and next week on commercial stations throughout Wisconsin, details on the Deer Hunt Wisconsin Facebook page. Wisconsin Buck and Bear Club board member Marlin Laidlaw announces $100 Cabela's gift card giveaway exclusively for Outdoors Radio listeners. Jeff has a run-in with flying squirrels while bow hunting. Dan shoots a TV commercial for WI Buck and Bear Club with the former world record Jordan Buck.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Tisma Juett, manager of the National Shooting Sports Foundation's First Shots program, talks about shooting opportunities for first-timers and announces First Shots 10th anniversary giveaway. (http://www.nssfblog.com/firstshotsnews/first-shots-10-years-10-prizes-sweepstakes/ www.hupy.com) Jim Babiasz, owner of The Range of Richfield, announces November events and activities at the Range. (www.therangewi.com) Marlin Laidlaw, board member of the Wisconsin Buck & Bear Club, announces the club's November $100 Cabela's gift card giveaway exclusively for Outdoors Radio listeners. (http://wi-buck-bear.org/tv/) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Hupy & Abraham, Wisconsin's largest personal injury law firm, with 11 offices in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. Fishing pro Duffy Kopf reports on fishing action on the Madison chain and Lake Wisconsin. (www.hupy.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com.
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Wednesday - October 28
Show 1044: The whitetail rut is in high gear. High grouse numbers spell good hunting across northern Wisconsin. How to survive a winter disaster. Halloween fun and great fishing at Petenwell County Park. Jeff reports good deer hunting on the family farm. Dan gives us an update on the Adams County wolf incident.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, author Tim MacWelch shares some tips from his new book, The Ultimate Winter Survival Handbook. (www.hupy.com) Scott Walter, regional biologist with the Ruffed Grouse Society, offers a mid-season hunting report for grouse and woodcock. (www.ruffedgrousesociety.org) Darren Tolley, manager of Petenwell County Park, reports good walleye and white bass action on Petenwell Flowage and says construction will start soon on a new ATV/UTV campground. (www.adamscountyparkswi.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, archery expert JC Chamberlin office advice for hunting the rut and keeping warm on all-day stand hunts. (www.pappastradingpost.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com.
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Wednesday - October 21
Show 1043: Custom maps can make for safer, better-planned hunts. Paddling the Wisconsin River by kayak. Grouse numbers look good in north-central Wisconsin. Sit all day now to tag a buck as the rut approaches. Jeff prepares for the ice-fishing tournament season.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Paige Darden of MyTopo explains the features and advantages of custom printed topographic and aerial-photo maps. (www.mytopo.com www.hupy.com) Ruth Oppedahl, executive director of the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, recaps her 18-day kayak adventure down the 400-mile Wisconsin River. (www.wisconservation.org, www.cherishwisconsin.org) Big Guy Hats owner Jeff Kahlow reports on grouse hunting in north-central Wisconsin and talks about his latest celebrity hat creation. (www.bigguyhats.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, archery expert JC Chamberlin office advice for hunting the rut and keeping warm on all-day stand hunts. (www.pappastradingpost.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com.
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Tuesday - October 13
Show 1042: Wisconsin hunter avoids injury in close encounter with three timber wolves. Training dogs to recover wounded deer. Lake Michigan salmon action good, but down from last year. Wisconsin River is hot right now. Dan and his team take third place in the Musky Fly Fishing World Championship in Hayward.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, U.S. Army veteran Matt Nellessen tells how he fended off an attack by three timber wolves. (www.hupy.com) Jeremy Moore, founder of Dogbone Hunter, says a trained dog can help recover wounded deer. (www.dogbonehunter.com) Captain Dan Welsch, owner of Dumper Dan Sportfishing Charters of Sheboygan, wraps up the charter fishing season on Lake Michigan. (www.dumperdan.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin 's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, fishing guide Ron Barefield, of McFarland, reports good bass, walleye and northern action on the Wisconsin River and Madison chain. (www.pappastradingpost.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com.
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Thursday - October 8
Show 1041: Come on out for the Zombie Shoot and Trick or Treat at The Range of Richfield, Oct. 30 & 31. New cookbook by Hank Shaw offers venison recipes from around the world. Guided hunts just for women by Becky Lou Outdoors include Texas Whitetails, Arkansas hogs & Louisiana teal. Tips from Pappas Trading Post help you get ready for the whitetail rut. Dan reports on the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers conference in Minneapolis. Jeff puts a doe in the freezer.
In the Ruffed Grouse Society report, blogger, chef and cookbook author Hank Shaw announces his venison cookbook, Buck, Buck, Moose, with a Kickstarter campaign that reached its goal in one day! (www.venisoncookbook.com, www.ruffedgrousesociety.org) Jim Babiasz, president of The Range of Richfield, previews exciting fall events at the range. (www.therangewi.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, blogger and outfitter Becky Lou Lacock talks about her hunting adventures just for women. (www.beckylououtdoors.com, www.hupy.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, JC Chamberlin offers advice for bow hunting the rut. (www.pappastradingpost.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com.
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Tuesday - September 29
Show 1040: Team USA Carp Squad heads to Spain for the Carp Fishing World Championship. Get kids into hunting and fishing while they are young to create a lifetime of outdoor experiences. New app helps hunters find a place to hunt on public land. Jeff ups his endurance training for the Ice Fishing World Championship with two 10k races. Dan reports in from the Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers annual conference in Minneapolis.
Lee Young, captain of the Team USA Carp Squad, prepares to take his team to the Carp Fishing World Championship in Spain next week. (https://www.facebook.com/TeamUSAcarpsquad?fref=ts) In the Ruffed Grouse Society report, Keith Beam, author of the Drake's Adventures series of interactive audio books for kids, tells why it is so important to introduce youngsters to hunting and fishing at a very early age. (http://www.ruffedgrousesociety.org, www.drakesadventures.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Eric Clark explains how his new app can help hunters find areas on public land not already occupied by other hunters. (http://wheretohuntapp.com/, www.hupy.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, pro angler Duffy Kopf looks forward to fall fishing on the Madison chain. (www.pappastradingpost.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com. Join Dan at Wern Valley Sportsmen's Club Oct. 16 for a Takedown Eventure, sponsored by Dan Small Outdoors. Enjoy a morning of sporting clays and "Deadeye" turkey shoot, followed by a gourmet wild game lunch, and an afternoon of shooting primitive weapons, including aerial archery target and spear throwing competitions. All guns, bows and spears provided. No prior experience required for any event. Drawings for great prizes including two EZ-Kut Sling Paks, complete with an EZ-Kut G2 Lopper and Pruner, a James Valley Scent package and Dan Small Outdoors coffee and sausage products. Individuals and groups welcome. Limited to 30 participants. Pre-registration required. For information or to register, call Jason Amato at 630-776-6799 or email: Jason@takedownoutdoors.com. More event details at www.takedowneventures.com.
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Thursday - September 24
Show 1039: Whooping cranes begin their migration from Wisconsin to Florida. Grants allow Adams County to expand ATV trails and campground. Lake Michigan salmon action picking up off Sheboygan. Expert advice for September bow hunting. Jeff has a successful squirrel hunt. Dan shoots sporting clays at Milford Hills Hunt Club and finishes taping for Deer Hunt Wisconsin 2015 TV special.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Heather Ray, of Operation Migration, reports on the progress of the whooping crane migration from Wisconsin to Florida. (www.operationmigration.org, www.bringbackthecranes.org, www.hupy.com) Fred Nickel, director of parks, recreation and planning for Adams County, shares good news about new county ATV trails. (www.adamscountyparkswi.com) Capt. Dan Welsch, of Dumper Dan Sportfishing Charters of Sheboygan, reports good action for mature king salmon on Lake Michigan. (www.dumperdan.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, JC Chamberlin, of Pappas Trading Post, offers advice for early-season bowhunting. (www.pappastradingpost.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com. Join Dan at Wern Valley Sportsmen's Club Oct. 16 for a Takedown Eventure, sponsored by Dan Small Outdoors. Enjoy a morning of sporting clays and "Deadeye" turkey shoot, followed by a gourmet wild game lunch, and an afternoon of shooting primitive weapons, including aerial archery target and spear throwing competitions. All guns, bows and spears provided. No prior experience required for any event. Drawings for great prizes including two EZ-Kut Sling Paks, complete with an EZ-Kut G2 Lopper and Pruner, a James Valley Scent package and Dan Small Outdoors coffee and sausage products. Individuals and groups welcome. Limited to 30 participants. Pre-registration required. For information or to register, call Jason Amato at 630-776-6799 or email: Jason@takedownoutdoors.com. More event details at www.takedowneventures.com.
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Thursday - September 17
Show 1038: Conservation leader kayaks the Wisconsin River from source to mouth. MEC announces new 100E clay target thrower. Time for a northwoods fall paddle. Eagle Lake Ontario muskies and Wisconsin River smallmouths are hot now. Dan fishes with Packers Hall of Fame kicker Chester Marcol. Jeff bowhunts on opening weekend.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Shawn Wozniak, sales and customer service manager for MEC Shooting Sports, announces MEC's new 100E clay target thrower. (http://mecshootingsports.com, www.hupy.com) Ruth Oppedahl, executive director of the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, talks about her upcoming I Heart Wisconsin adventure paddling her kayak the length of the Wisconsin River to call attention to Wisconsin's favorite wild places.(www.wisconservation.org, www.cherishwisconsin.org) Steve Coon, owner of Coontail Sports in Boulder Junction, invites listeners to paddle and or fish the northwoods by kayak this fall. (www.coontailsports.com, www.mercercc.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports on his muskie trip to Eagle Lake, Ontario and says smallmouth action is going strong on the Wisconsin River. (www.pappastradingpost.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com. Join Dan at Wern Valley Sportsmen's Club Oct. 16 for a Takedown Eventure, sponsored by Dan Small Outdoors. Enjoy a morning of sporting clays and "Deadeye" turkey shoot, followed by a gourmet wild game lunch, and an afternoon of shooting primitive weapons, including aerial archery target and spear throwing competitions. All guns, bows and spears provided. No prior experience required for any event. Drawings for great prizes including two EZ-Kut Sling Paks, complete with an EZ-Kut G2 Lopper and Pruner, a James Valley Scent package and Dan Small Outdoors coffee and sausage products. Individuals and groups welcome. Limited to 30 participants. Pre-registration required. For information or to register, call Jason Amato at 630-776-6799 or email: Jason@takedownoutdoors.com. More event details at www.takedowneventures.com.
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Thursday - September 10
Show 1037: Join Dan for an Eventure at Wern Valley Sportsmens Club. Author takes a fresh look at the brutal murder of six Wisconsin hunters. Lake Michigan fishing action is still going strong off Sheboygan. Dan and Jeff discuss hunting options for this weekend: archery deer, grouse and turkey.
Jason Amato, president and CEO of Takedown Outdoors, invites listeners to join Dan for a Takedown Eventure Oct. 16 at Wern Valley Sportsmen's Club. (www.takedowneventures.com, http://wernvalley.com/) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, David Whitehurst, author of Treestand Murders, sheds light on a brutal killing spree on opening day of the 2004 gun deer season that shocked the hunting community and the world. (http://www.outdoorhub.com/reviews/2015/03/25/new-book-looks-back-infamous-wisconsin-treestand-murders/. www.hupy.com) Capt. Dan Welsch, owner of Dumper Dan Sportfishing Charters of Sheboygan, reports excellent late-summer action for Lake Michigan kings, lake trout and steelhead off Sheboygan. (www.dumperdan.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, archery expert JC Chamberlin offers advice for early-season bow hunting. (www.pappastradingpost.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com. Join Dan at Wern Valley Sportsmen's Club Oct. 16 for a Takedown Eventure, sponsored by Dan Small Outdoors. Enjoy a morning of sporting clays and "Deadeye" turkey shoot, followed by a gourmet wild game lunch, and an afternoon of shooting primitive weapons, including aerial archery target and spear throwing competitions. All guns, bows and spears provided. No prior experience required for any event. Drawings for great prizes including two EZ-Kut Sling Paks, complete with an EZ-Kut G2 Lopper and Pruner, a James Valley Scent package and Dan Small Outdoors coffee and sausage products. Individuals and groups welcome. Limited to 30 participants. Pre-registration required. For information or to register, call Jason Amato at 630-776-6799 or email: Jason@takedownoutdoors.com. More event details at www.takedowneventures.com.
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Wednesday - September 2
Show 1036: Ruffed grouse and woodcock hunting forecast. Fatal grizzly attack in Yellowstone National Park. Fall food plot advice. Jeff and Dan head to Mercer for the Labor Day Weekend Can-Yak fishing tournament.
Scott Walter, regional biologist for the Ruffed Grouse Society, reports on spring drumming counts and summer brood counts and offers a forecast for the upcoming grouse and woodcock hunting seasons. (www.ruffedgrousesociety.org) Professional wildlife photographer Keith Crowley reports on the recent fatal attack on a Yellowstone National Park employee by a sow grizzly bear. In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Doug Kostreva, owner of Horny Buck Seed Company, offers advice for establishing and maintaining food plots for deer hunting. (www.hupy.com, www.hornybuckseed.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports on his recent muskie trip to Lake of the Woods and provides an update on fishing action on the Madison chain. (www.pappastradingpost.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com. Join Dan at Wern Valley Sportsmen's Club Oct. 16 for a Takedown Eventure, sponsored by Dan Small Outdoors. Enjoy a morning of sporting clays and "Deadeye" turkey shoot, followed by a gourmet wild game lunch, and an afternoon of shooting primitive weapons, including aerial archery target and spear throwing competitions. All guns, bows and spears provided. No prior experience required for any event. Drawings for great prizes including two EZ-Kut Sling Paks, complete with an EZ-Kut G2 Lopper and Pruner, a James Valley Scent package and Dan Small Outdoors coffee and sausage products. Individuals and groups welcome. Limited to 30 participants. Pre-registration required. For information or to register, call Jason Amato at 630-776-6799 or email: Jason@takedownoutdoors.com. More event details at www.takedowneventures.com.
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Thursday - August 27
Show 1035: Proper steps to introducing girls to guns and shooting. Still time to register for the Mercer Canoe-Kayak fishing tournament Labor Day Weekend. Lake Michigan trout and salmon action going strong off Sheboygan. Choosing between fixed-blade and expandable broadheads. Meet Dan and Jeff at the Can-Yak tournament in Mercer and hear Joe Bucher and the Top Raiders blues band.
Randi Rogers, a competitive shooter for Team Smith & Wesson and Team Comp-Tac, talks about her recent US Production Shooting Association National Chamnpionship and offers tips for introducing kids safely to the shooting sports. (www.smith-wesson.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Vic Ouimette, president of the Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce, reports on fishing action in the Mercer area and invites listeners to the Can-Yak canoe/kayak fishing tournament on Labor Day Weekend. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) Capt. Dan Welsch, proprietor of Dumper Dan Sportfishing Charters of Shegoygan, reports consistent action for Lake Michigan trout and salmon off Sheboygan. (www.dumpoerdan.com, www.pier17sheboygan.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, archery expert JC Chamberlin offers advice for selecting broadheads for deer hunting. (www.pappastradingpost.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com. Join Dan at Wern Valley Sportsmen's Club Oct. 16 for a Takedown Eventure, sponsored by Dan Small Outdoors. Enjoy a morning of sporting clays and "Deadeye" turkey shoot, followed by a gourmet wild game lunch, and an afternoon of shooting primitive weapons, including aerial archery target and spear throwing competitions. All guns, bows and spears provided. No prior experience required for any event. Drawings for great prizes including two EZ-Kut Sling Paks, complete with an EZ-Kut G2 Lopper and Pruner, a James Valley Scent package and Dan Small Outdoors coffee and sausage products. Individuals and groups welcome. Limited to 30 participants. Pre-registration required. For information or to register, call Jason Amato at 630-776-6799 or email: Jason@takedowneoutdoors.com. More event details at www.takedowneventures.com.
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Tuesday - August 18
Show 1034: Did the death of Cecil kill trophy hunting? Wilderness explorers launch a year in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area of northern Minnesota. Save 5 percent on new truck bed organizer that makes good use of available space. Wisconsin River smallmouth and walleye action is hot right now.
Dr. Randall Eaton, world-renowned expert on big cats, talks about the impact of the recent death of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe on trophy hunting. (www.randalleaton.com) Entrepreneur Terry Manlick describes his unique truck organizer, the Truck Bed Stacker, and offers listeners a discount for online purchase. (www.truckbedstacker.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, wilderness explorers and guides Dave and Amy Freeman tell why they plan to spend a year in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness beginning Sept. 23. (www.savetheboundarywaters.org) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports good bass, walleye and northern action on the Wisconsin River. (www.pappastradingpost.com) Buy a Truck Bed Stacker online and get a 5% discount by entering promo code dansmall at checkout. Truckbedstacker.com.
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Wednesday - August 12
Show 1033: Bonus antlerless deer permits go on sale Aug. 17. New interactive book introduces kids to bowhunting for deer. Enjoy great fishing action now on Lake Michigan and the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage. Jeff takes a third place in his age class in another 5K run. Dan fishes muskies on the Wisconsin River.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Tina Brunell, executive director of the Mercer, Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce, reports good muskie action in the Mercer area and invites listeners to attend the Can-Yak Canoe-Kayak Fishing Tournament on Labor Day weekend. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com, www.hupy.com) Author Keith Beam announces the latest book in his Drake's Adventures series of interactive children's books, a deer-hunting adventure called Trick or Treat. (www.drakesadventures.com) Capt. Dan Welsch, proprietor of Dumper Dan Sportfishing Charters of Sheboygan, reports great Lake Michigan trout and salmon action in 50-180 feet of water. (www.dumperdan.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer, JC Chamberlin talks about tree stand options and announces a special sale on hang-on stands. (www.pappastradingpost.com)
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Thursday - August 6
Show 1032: Now is the time to plant fall food plots. Takedown Outdoors offers outdoor eventures as alternatives to traditional corporate team-building and entertainment events. Advice for empowering girls and introducing them to outdoor activities. Jeff runs a 5K in Minocqua. Dan reviews new products exhibited at Deer Fest.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Mia Anstine shares some advice for empowering girls and introducing them to outdoor activities. (http://www.womensoutdoornews.com/2015/06/empower-your-daughter/, www.hupy.com) Jason Amato, president and CEO of Takedown Outdoors, invites listeners to attend an outing called an "eventure" at Coon Creek Hunt Club near Rockford, IL. (http://takedowneventures.com/, www.ezkutproducts.com) Doug Kostreva, owner of Horny Buck Seed Company, shares advice for planting fall food plots. (www.hornybuckseed.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer. Pure Fishing and Nebulus pro-staffer Duffy Kopf reports on fishing action on the Madison chain. (www.pappastradingpost.com)
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Wednesday - July 29
Show 1031: Mercer vacation winner announced. Driftless Area trout fishing is second to none. Lake Michigan summer fishing rocks. Jeff reports on his Mercer fishing trip and 5K run in Minocqua. Dan reports on the Wisconsin Outdoor Communicators Association conference at Trees for Tomorrow and fishes the Prairie River for trout. Meet Dan and TV hunting celebs at Deer Fest at Washington County Fair Park this weekend.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Tina Brunell, executive director of the Mercer Chamber of Commerce, announces the winner of the Mercer Vacation Getaway Package and Can-Yak Tournament registration. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com, www.hupy.com) Michael Williamson, member of the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin Board of Directors, shares his passion for trout fishing in Wisconsin's Driftless Area and invites listeners to contribute to the Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund when they purchase a hunting or fishing license. (www.cherishwisconsin.org) Capt. Dan Welsch reports great Lake Michigan salmon action just offshore and good lake trout and steelhead fishing in deeper water off Sheboygan. (www.dumperdan.com, www.pier17sheboygan.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer. JC Chamberlin offers advice for bow and crossbow tune-ups and pre-season scouting. (www.pappastradingpost.com) This week's giveaway: Guys, tell us why the woman in your life deserves a Grateful Scarf, commemorating the Grateful Dead. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email us at dsoradio@gmail.com. Two best reasons will each win a scarf.
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Friday - July 24
Show 1030: Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund offers an easy way to support natural resources conservation in Wisconsin. New app and camera produce thermal images on your smartphone. Fishing report for Wisconsin River and Madison chain. Jeff blows up stuff with Tannerite. Dan hunts English sparrows with .22 birdshot.
Diane Lueck, chair of the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin Board of Directors, talks about the habitat work supported by the Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund and invites listeners to contribute to this fund when they purchase a hunting or fishing license. (www.cherishwisconsin.org) Tim LeBeau, vice president of Seek Thermal, explains the uses and technology behind the Seek Thermal camera and smartphone app. (www.thermal.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Fred Nickel, director of parks, recreation and trails for Adams County, and Jesse Quale of Green Water Walleyes Guide Service, report on fishing action on Petenwell and Castle Rock flowages and the clean-up of recent storm damage at Petenwell County Park. (www.adamscountyparkswi.com, www.hupy.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Pappas Trading Post, Southern Wisconsin's largest Mission and Mathews archery retailer. McFarland fishing guide Ron Barefield reports good smallmouth action on the Wisconsin River and improving conditions on the Madison chain. (www.pappastp.com) Last week to enter our Summer Giveaway: Mercer Fishing Adventure. Full day of guided fishing for two with Mike "Doc" Sabec, two nights' lodging at the Great Northern Motel, free registration for the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, $40 in Loon Dollars, plus Mercer Memorabilia (T-shirt, loon doll and more) and a Shimano rod & reel. Total package value more than $600. To enter, visit mercercc.com, click on "Enter to Win" and "Dan Small Outdoors Radio" and enter your contact information. One entry per person. You have until July 25 to enter. We'll announce the winner with Tina Brunell on Aug. 1st.
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Monday - July 13
Show 1029: Matt Drury dishes on TV hunting shows and Deer Fest, July 31-Aug. 2 at Washington County Fair Park. Fishing action is picking up on the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage. Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund offers an easy way to support natural resources conservation in Wisconsin. Jeff reports on the B.A.S.S. College Championship on Lake DuBay. Dan fishes for trout in the Driftless Area.
Matt Drury, of Drury Outdoors and Thirteen on the Outdoor Channel, talks about growing up in a famous hunting family and looks forward to appearing at Deer Fest, July 31 and Aug. 1. (www.deerfest.com, www.druryoutdoors.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Scott Lundquist talks about the great fishing and summer fun in Mercer, Wisconsin and invites listeners to attend the first annual Can-Yak canoe/kayak fishing tournament Labor Day Weekend. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) Diane Lueck, chair of the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin Board of Directors, talks about the habitat work supported by the Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund and invites listeners to contribute to this fund when they purchase a hunting or fishing license. (www.cherishwisconsin.org) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Mercer, Wisconsin's favorite outdoor playground. Gene Dellinger, proprietor of D&S Bait in Madison, reports on fishing action on the Madison chain. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) Last week to enter our Summer Giveaway: Mercer Fishing Adventure. Full day of guided fishing for two with Mike "Doc" Sabec, two nights' lodging at the Great Northern Motel, free registration for the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, $40 in Loon Dollars, plus Mercer Memorabilia (T-shirt, loon doll and more) and a Shimano rod & reel. Total package value more than $600. To enter, visit mercercc.com, click on "Enter to Win" and "Dan Small Outdoors Radio" and enter your contact information. One entry per person. You have until July 25 to enter. We'll announce the winner with Tina Brunell on Aug. 1st.
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Tuesday - July 7
Show 1028: Summer fishing reports for Hayward and Madison, Wisconsin and Lower Niagara River in New York. Deer Fest comes to Washington County Fair Park July 31-Aug. 2. An overseas adventure nets birding expert more than 1,000 new sightings. Come shoot with Dan at the second Annual Outdoor Wisconsin Sporting Clays Classic August 20 at Milford Hills Hunt Club in Johnson Creek. Jeff gears up for his first marathon.
Hugh McAloon, director of Deer Fest, coming to Washington County Fair Park July 31-Aug. 2, announces the all-star lineup of TV hunting celebs and exhibitors at this all-deer expo. (www.deerfest.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Jim Findlay, winner of our Niagara-USA spring giveaway, reports on his fishing on the Niagara River and sightseeing vacation in Niagara Falls. (www.niagara-usa.com) Retired DNR naturalist Bill Volkert reports on his seven-month around-the-world birding adventure and invites listeners to join him for a birding trip to Nicaragua in February. (www.cherishwisconsin.org, http://www.billvolkert.com/) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Mercer, Wisconsin's favorite outdoor playground. Pro-angler Duffy Kopf reports on his recent muskie trip to Sawyer County and says fishing action is starting to pick up on the Madison chain. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) Enter our Summer Giveaway: Mercer Fishing Adventure. Full day of guided fishing for two with Mike "Doc" Sabec, two nights' lodging at the Great Northern Motel, free registration for the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, $40 in Loon Dollars, plus Mercer Memorabilia (T-shirt, loon doll and more) and a Shimano rod & reel. Total package value more than $600. To enter, visit mercercc.com, click on "Enter to Win" and "Dan Small Outdoors Radio" and enter your contact information. One entry per person. You have until July 25 to enter. We'll announce the winner with Tina Brunell on Aug. 1st.
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Wednesday - July 1
Show 1027: Sign up for July shooting competition at The Range of Richfield. Mercer July 4th celebration features fireworks, live music and street dancing. Trout and salmon are hitting now off Sheboygan. Madison fishing action includes bluegills and catfish on Mendota, and white bass on Kegonsa. Learn how you can sponsor Outdoors Radio. Our sponsor Hupy & Abraham named one of the Top Milwaukee Workplaces. Come shoot with Dan at the second Annual Outdoor Wisconsin Sporting Clays Classic August 20 at Milford Hills Hunt Club in Johnson Creek.
Jim Babiasz, owner of The Range of Richfield, announces a special July 4th week gun sale and previews upcoming competitions, meetings and classes at The Range. (www.therangewi.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Eric Behnke, owner of the Great Northern Motel in Mercer, reports on fishing action on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage and previews the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament coming to Mercer Labor Day Weekend. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Mercer, Wisconsin's favorite outdoor playground. McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports good panfish and catfish action on the Madison chain. Walleyes are hitting, too, but most are small. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) Charter Captain Dan Welsch reports good catches of rainbows and lake trout in 200 feet of water on Lake Michigan off Sheboygan and announces the opening of Pier 17, a new restaurant on the Sheboygan Riverfront. (www.dumperdan.com, http://www.pier17sheboygan.com/) Enter our Summer Giveaway: Mercer Fishing Adventure. Full day of guided fishing for two with Mike "Doc" Sabec, two nights' lodging at the Great Northern Motel, free registration for the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, $40 in Loon Dollars, plus Mercer Memorabilia (T-shirt, loon doll and more) and a Shimano rod & reel. Total package value more than $600. To enter, visit mercercc.com, click on "Enter to Win" and "Dan Small Outdoors Radio" and enter your contact information. One entry per person. You have until July 25 to enter. We'll announce the winner with Tina Brunell on Aug. 1st.
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Wednesday - June 24
Show 1026: Ozaukee Scholastic Pistol Team hopes to repeat as national champs. New Green Adaptive Transporter is a versatile tool for all outdoor work. Mercer July 4th celebration will be spectacular. Fishing action is hot now in Iron and Sawyer counties and on the Wisconsin River.
Rick Leach, state advisor for the Scholastic Pistol Program and coach of the two-time state and national champion Ozaukee Scholastic Pistol Team, talks about the SPP and the upcoming National Championship in July in Sparta, IL July 13-18. (http://sssfonline.org/) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Tim Willett details the many uses of his award-winning invention, the Green Adaptive Transporter (GATR). (www.hupy.com, www.gatrproducts.com) Lisa Heberling, of the Mercer Chamber of Commerce, invites listeners to take in the July 4th celebration in Mercer and says plans for the first annual Canoe-Kayak Fishing Tournament are taking shape. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast, presented by Mercer, Wisconsin's favorite outdoor playground. Pro angler Duffy Kopf reports bass are hitting on Lake Wisconsin and muskies are active in Sawyer County. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) Enter our Summer Giveaway: Mercer Fishing Adventure. Full day of guided fishing for two with Mike "Doc" Sabec, two nights' lodging at the Great Northern Motel, free registration for the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, $40 in Loon Dollars, plus Mercer Memorabilia (T-shirt, loon doll and more) and a Shimano rod & reel. Total package value more than $600. To enter, visit mercercc.com, click on "Enter to Win" and "Dan Small Outdoors Radio" and enter your contact information. One entry per person. You have until July 25 to enter. We'll announce the winner with Tina Brunell on Aug. 1st.
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Friday - June 19
Show 1025: Plastic frogs are deadly on summer bass. New ATV campground under way at Petenwell County Park. NWTF program aims at recruiting new hunters. Lake Michigan salmon and Madison bass action going strong. Jeff has a new pup. Dan reports on the Greater Wisconsin Outdoor & Sportsman Festival in Oshkosh.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Mercer, Wisconsin's favorite outdoor playground. McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports good bass and panfish action on the Madison chain. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, pro angler Glenn Walker shares tips on fishing for bass with artificial frog baits. (www.hupy.com, www.fishglenn.com, http://www.snagproof.com) Fred Nickel, director of parks, recreation and trails for Adams County, reports great fishing action on Petenwell Flowage, announces the development of a new ATV campsite at Petenwell County Park and invites listeners to watch the upcoming triathlon and July 4th fireworks at Castle Rock County Park. (www.adamscountyparkswi.com) Charley Burke, regional director of the National Wild Turkey Federation, announces the NWTF's new "Save the Habitat, Save the Hunt" initiative aimed at protecting turkey habitat and recruiting new hunters. (www.nwtf.org) Charter Captain Dan Welsch reports good catches of rainbows and Chinooks in 100-180 feet of water on Lake Michigan off Sheboygan and announces weekly car shows at Ranieri's Four of a Kind. (www.dumperdan.com, https://www.facebook.com/RanierisFourOfAKind) Enter our Summer Giveaway: Mercer Fishing Adventure. Full day of guided fishing for two with Mike "Doc" Sabec, two nights' lodging at the Great Northern Motel, free registration for the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, $40 in Loon Dollars, plus Mercer Memorabilia (T-shirt, loon doll and more) and a Shimano rod & reel. Total package value more than $600. To enter, visit mercercc.com, click on "Enter to Win" and "Dan Small Outdoors Radio" and enter your contact information. One entry per person. You have until July 25 to enter. We'll announce the winner with Tina Brunell on Aug. 1st.
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Wednesday - June 10
Show 1024: Fishing action is hot right now on the Madison Chain, Lake Owen, Chequamegon Bay, Turtle-Flambeau Flowage and Mississippi River Pool 9. Private conservation fund helps restore eroded campsites. Jeff visits Marinette County waterfalls, catches bass on the Menominee River and goes night fishing for channel cats on the Wisconsin River. Dan competes in the Wisconsin Crossbow Federation 3-D shoot and attends The Range of Richfield Grand Opening Party.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by the Greater Wisconsin Outdoor & Sportsman Festival, June 12-14 at Sunnyview Expo Center in Oshkosh. Pro angler Duffy Kopf reports good bass and panfish action on Lakes Mendota and Monona, but high water on the Wolf River at Winneconne is hampering fishing there. (www.wioutdoorfest.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Capt. Ted Peck reports smallmouth action is hot on Bayfield County's Lake Owen and walleyes are hitting in Mississippi River Pool 9 backwaters. (www.hupy.com, http://lake-link.com/fishing/guide.cfm/128/Pecks-Pool-9-Guide-Service/) Randy Reading, the lucky winner of last fall's Mercer Vacation Getaway, reports on the fun he and his brother had in Mercer. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) Lindsay Renick Mayer, director of communications for the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, tells how a private conservation fund is helping to restore two former Chippewa Flowage campsites to their natural state. (www.wisconservation.org) Enter our Summer Giveaway: Mercer Fishing Adventure. Half day of guided fishing for two with Mike "Doc" Sabec, two nights' lodging at the Great Northern Motel, free registration for the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, $40 in Loon Dollars, plus Mercer Memorabilia (T-shirt, loon doll and more) and a Shimano rod & reel. Total package value more than $600. To enter, visit mercercc.com, click on "Enter to Win" and "Dan Small Outdoors Radio" and enter your contact information. One entry per person. You have until July 25 to enter. We'll announce the winner with Tina Brunell on Aug. 1st.
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Wednesday - June 3
Show 1023: Range of Richfield Grand Opening and Wisconsin Crossbow Federation 3-D Shoot at West Bend Union Sportsmen's Club June 6. Meet Dan and former Packers Chris Jacke, Jerry Kramer and others June 11 at Blue Harbor Resort. Greater Wisconsin Outdoor & Sportsman Festival coming to Oshkosh June 12-14. Fishing is hot now on Lake Michigan, the Madison Chain and the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage. Thumbs down on hot pink for gun deer season.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Fishing guide Ron Barefield says high water is hampering fishing on the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers, but bass and panfish action is good on the Madison Chain. (www.wildlands.net) Vickie Frank, director of the Greater Wisconsin Outdoor & Sportsman Festival, previews highlights of this expo coming to Sunnyview Expo Center in Oshkosh June 12-14. (www.wioutdoorfest.com) Christa Reinart, co-owner of Flambeau Flowage Sports, reports good walleye action now on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage and invites listeners to attend the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament Labor Day Weekend. (www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Mark LaBarbera reports more than 2,300 students, teachers and chaperons attended the Midwest Outdoor Heritage Education Expo recently at the McKenzie Center in Poynette and invites schools to save the date of next year's Expo, May 18-19, 2016. (www.hupy.com, http://www.outdoorheritageeducationcenter.com/) Capt. Dan Welsch reports good Lake Michigan action for rainbow trout off Sheboygan and invites listeners to meet Chris Jacke, Jerry Kramer, Chester Marcol, Ron Dayne, Craig Newsome, George Koonce and other Packers alumni June 11 at the Blue Harbor Resort in Sheboygan. (www.dumperdan.com, www.playeralumniresources.com) Enter our Summer Giveaway: Mercer Fishing Adventure. Half day of guided fishing for two with Mike "Doc" Sabec, two nights' lodging at the Great Northern Motel, free registration for the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, $40 in Loon Dollars, plus Mercer Memorabilia (T-shirt, loon doll and more) and a Shimano rod & reel. Total package value more than $600. To enter, visit mercercc.com, click on "Enter to Win" and "Dan Small Outdoors Radio" and enter your contact information. One entry per person. You have until July 25 to enter. We'll announce the winner with Tina Brunell on Aug. 1st.
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Thursday - May 28
Show 1022: Catch The Range of Richfield Grand Opening June 6. Stop the spread of invasive buckthorn and honeysuckle. Largest 3-D crossbow shoot in Wisconsin June 6. Jeff trains for the 2016 Ice Fishing World Championship. Dan shoots at The Range of Richfield.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Pro angler Duffy Kopf reports fishing action is still slow on the Madison Chain, thanks to recent cool weather and rain. (www.wildlands.net) Jim Babiasz, owner of The Range of Richfield, invites listeners to attend their grand opening June 6 for the ultimate shooting experience. www.therangewi.com Eric Schlender, CEO of Wildland Management and EC3 Group, talks about options for controlling invasive vegetation and establishing food plots and CRP plantings. (www.wildlands.net) In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Chris Dymale, president of the Wisconsin Crossbow Federation, invites listeners to attend the federation's first annual 3-D Crossbow Fun Shoot. (www.hupy.com, www.wisconsincrossbowfederation.com) Enter our Summer Giveaway: Mercer Fishing Adventure. Half day of guided fishing for two with Mike "Doc" Sabec, two nights' lodging at the Great Northern Motel, free registration for the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, $40 in Loon Dollars, plus Mercer Memorabilia (T-shirt, loon doll and more) and a Shimano rod & reel. Total package value more than $600. To enter, visit mercercc.com, click on "Enter to Win" and "Dan Small Outdoors Radio" and enter your contact information. One entry per person. You have until July 25 to enter. We'll announce the winner with Tina Brunell on Aug. 1st.
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Wednesday - May 20
Show 1021: Spring fishing action is good from Lake Michigan to Mercer. Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure winner announced. Come to Burlington Chocolate Fest Memorial Day Weekend. Jeff starts training for the 2016 Ice Fishing World Championship in Europe. Dan shoots at The Range of Richfield.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Fishing guide Ron Barefield reports good panfish action and decent bass action on the Madison chain. Muskies are still in spawn or post-spawn mode and not hitting lures. (www.wildlands.net) Bill Hilts, Jr., outdoor promotions director for the Niagara Tourism & Convention Corporation, announces the winner of the Niagara Spring Fishing Adventure and reports fantastic action for trout, salmon and smallmouths on the Niagara River and Lakes Erie and Ontario. (http://niagara-usa.com/) Linda Fellenz, marketing director for Burlington Chocolate Fest, talks about chocolate chef demos, carnival rides, live music and the Chocolate Experience Tent at this great family festival running through Memorial Day Weekend. (http://chocolatefest.com/) In the Hupy and Abraham Fishing Report, Tina Brunell, administrator of the Mercer Chamber of Commerce, says walleye action is hot on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage and invites listeners to register for the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament on Labor Day Weekend and enter the drawing for a Mercer getaway. (www.hupy.com, www.mercercc.com, www.can-yak.com) Capt. Dan Welsch reports fast inshore action off Sheboygan for Lake Michigan browns, lakers and Chinooks. (www.dumperdan.com, www.anglersavenueproshop.com) Enter our new Summer Giveaway: Mercer Fishing Adventure. Half day of guided fishing for two with Mike "Doc" Sabec, two nights' lodging at the Great Northern Motel, free registration for the Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, $40 in Loon Dollars, plus Mercer Memorabilia (T-shirt, loon doll and more) and a Shimano rod & reel. Total package value more than $600. To enter, visit mercercc.com, click on "Enter to Win" and "Dan Small Outdoors Radio" and enter your contact information. One entry per person. You have until July 25 to enter. We'll announce the winner with Tina Brunell on Aug. 1st.
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Wednesday - May 13
Show 1020: Ruffed Grouse Society petitions U.S. Forest Service to follow the law. All-star teams face off in Great Wisconsin Birdathon. Adams County ATV trails open May 16. Crappie action is hot on Petenwell Flowage. Jeff explores new fishing spots in central Wisconsin. Dan scores a limbhanger on a Chautauqua County, New York turkey hunt.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Fishing pro Duffy Kopf reports good bass action on the Madison chain, but panfish and muskies are slow due to cooler weather. (www.wildlands.net) John Eichinger, president and CEO of the Ruffed Grouse Society, explains why RGS has filed a legal challenge to compel the USDA Forest Service to sustain young forest habitat. (www.ruffedgrousesociety.org) Lindsay Renick Mayer, communications director for the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, and Tom Prestby, team leader of Cleopatra & the Stilts, talk about the Big Day challenge during the Great Wisconsin Birdathon. (http://www.wibirdathon.org/,  http://www.wisconservation.org/) In the Hupy and Abraham Fishing Report, Adams County Parks, Recreation & Trails director Fred Nickel and Monroe Prairie ATV Club president Bruce "Bubba" Bain invite listeners to ride the trails of Adams County and camp and fish at Petenwell or Castle Rock county parks. (www.hupy.com, www.adamscountyparkswi.com) Last week to enter our Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure. Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin' Jake's Charters of Youngstown, NY; Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel & Spa in Lewiston; passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions; Shimano rod & reel package. To enter the drawing, visit Niagara-usa.com or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That's all there is to it!
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Thursday - May 7
Show 1019: Solar-powered radio transmitters aid in woodcock research. Craig Robbins talks about the great turkey hunting in Chautauqua County, New York. Pro-angler Max Wilson talks the ups and downs of fishing walleye tournaments. Jeff plants cover crops on several food plots. Dan reports on the first part of his turkey and steelhead trip to western New York.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Fishing guide Ron Barefield reports good bass and panfish action on the Madison chain. (www.wildlands.net) Craig Robbins, host of Oakridge Outdoors on the Hunt Channel, talks about his plans to guide Dan on a spring turkey hunt in Chautauqua County, New York. (www.smith-wesson.com, www.oakridgeoutdoorstv.com) Gary Zimmer, regional biologist with the Ruffed Grouse Society, reports on grouse numbers and new research on migrating woodcock. (www.ruffedgrousesociety.org) On the Hupy & Abraham Fishing Report, Walleye pro Max Wilson tells how he and Zak Jobes won the AIM Starcraft Marine Open Walleye Tournament on the Detroit River. (www.hupy.com, http://aimfishing.com/articles/jobes-wilson-win-aim-weekend-walleye-series-first-great-lakes-division-starcraft-marine) Last week to enter our Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure. Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin' Jake's Charters of Youngstown, NY; Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel & Spa in Lewiston; passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions; Shimano rod & reel package. To enter the drawing, visit Niagara-usa.com or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That's all there is to it!
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Wednesday - April 29
Show 1018: Opening weekend fishing advice for Wisconsin and Niagara Fall, NY. Lake Michigan charter season is under way. Mentor a young hunter for success. Jeff competes in a carp tournament in Two Rivers. Dan gets a sneak preview of the new Cabelas store in Sun Prairie, where the Grand Opening runs through May 3.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Pure Fishing, HT, Jiffy and Nebulus pro-staffer Duffy Kopf offers advice for opening weekend catfish, bass, walleye and muskie action on the Madison chain and encourages anglers to be considerate of others at boat landings this weekend. (www.wildlands.net) Bill Hilts, Jr., outdoor promotions director with Niagara Tourism and Convention Corporation, reports great mixed-bag action on the Lower Niagara River and lakes Erie and Ontario, and says inland waters should offer good fishing on opening weekend of the New York fishing season, which starts May 2. (www.niagara-usa.com) Glen Polich, gun library manager at the new Cabela's store in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, invites listeners to check out the many specials during this Grand Opening Week and tells the story of a special youth turkey hunt. (http://www.cabelas.com/stores/store_info.jsp?pageName=065) Capt. Dan Welsch reports Lake Michigan trout and salmon action is off to a fast start off Sheboygan. Welsch offers fishing/lodging packages and other services and supplies through his Dumper Dan's Fishing Condos Riverfront Store. (www.dumperdan.com) Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure. Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin' Jake's Charters of Youngstown, NY; Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel & Spa in Lewiston; passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions; Shimano rod & reel package. To enter the drawing, visit Niagara-usa.com or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That's all there is to it!
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Tuesday - April 21
Show 1017: Register now for the Lake Winnebago youth fishing tournament, June 13, during the Greater Wisconsin Outdoor and Sportsman Festival. Mid-season turkey hunting advice. Time to change an obsolete night-hunting rule. Madison chain poised for opening weekend. Jeff scores a tom and a surprise. Dan visits a Well-Armed Woman meeting at the Range of Richfield.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Gene Dellinger, proprietor of D&S Bait, Tackle & Archery, reports good panfish action on Lakes Monona and Waubesa and good catfish action on Mendota. Opening weekend bass and walleye prospects look good. (www.dsbait.com, www.wildlands.net) Turkey-call maker Kevin Croteau demonstrates his award-winning calling technique and offers advice for calling henned-up gobblers. (https://www.facebook.com/kevin.croteau?fref=ts) Capt. Mark Kuzniewski invites kids 8-15 to participate in the inaugural youth fishing tournament, June 13 at the Greater Wisconsin Outdoor & Sportsman Festival, at Sunnyview Expo Center in Oshkosh. (www.wioutdoorfest.com) Dean Hansen encourages listeners to contact their state representative to urge support for changing an outdated night-hunting rule that no longer makes sense. Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure. Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin' Jake's Charters of Youngstown, NY; Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel & Spa in Lewiston; passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions; Shimano rod & reel package. To enter the drawing, visit Niagara-usa.com or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That's all there is to it!
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Tuesday - April 14
Show 1016: Federal efforts to hamper gun shops exposed. Nutritional supplements improve food plots for deer. New book series gets kids excited about hunting and fishing. Madison lakes panfish action is improving. Jeff scores walleyes on the Wisconsin and Fox rivers. Dan reports on the Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Gene Dellinger, proprietor of D&S Bait, Tackle & Archery, reports pan fish action is picking up on the Madison chain and the walleye run is tapering off on the Wisconsin River. (dsbait.com, wildlands.net) Mike Schuetz, proprietor of Hawkins Guns, warns of a little-known federal program aimed at making life difficult for certain businesses, including gun shops. (hawkinsguns.com/, smith-wesson.com) Keith Beam, designer of the Double Bull blind, talks about his new children's interactive book series called Drake's Adventures. (drakesadventures.com) John O'Brion, proprietor of Grandpa Ray Outdoors, offers advice for planting food plots that provide year-round nutrition for deer. (grandparayoutdoors.com) Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure. Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin' Jake's Charters of Youngstown, NY; Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel & Spa in Lewiston; passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions; Shimano rod & reel package. To enter the drawing, visit Niagara-usa.com or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That's all there is to it!
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Wednesday - April 8
Show 1015: New Well-Armed Woman chapter to meet at The Range of Richfield. Learn to fly-fish free this spring. Walleye spawning run in full swing on the Wisconsin River. New campground and ATV trails in Adams County. Jeff transplants oak and pine for wildlife habitat. Dan scores another big steelhead on Lake Michigan tributary.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Jiffy, HT, Pure Fishing and Nebulus pro-staffer Duffy Kopf reports the Madison lakes are murky but walleye action is good on the Wisconsin River and Lake Wisconsin. (www.wildlands.net) Stephanie Esquell, leader of the Milwaukee Well-Armed Woman chapter, invites women to attend The Well-Armed Woman's initial fun shoot April 22 at The Range of Richfield. (www.smith-wesson.com, www.therangewi.com) Erik Helm, fishing department manager of the Orvis Milwaukee Store, invites anglers to register for a free Fly-Fishing 101 class, offered at the Orvis Store on weekends in April, May and June. (www.orvis.com/milwaukee) Fred Nickel, director of Parks, Recreation and Trails for Adams County, announces new ATV trails to open soon on thousands of acres of Meteor Timber Company land; and Jesse Quale, of Green Water Walleyes Guide Service, says the walleye run is under way in the Wisconsin River below the Petenwell and Castle Rock dams. (www.adamscountyparkswi.com, http://greenwaterwalleyes.com) Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure. Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin' Jake's Charters of Youngstown, NY; Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel & Spa in Lewiston; passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions; Shimano rod & reel package. To enter the drawing, visit Niagara-usa.com or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That's all there is to it!
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Tuesday - March 31
Show 1014: Asian carp pose a serious threat to the Great Lakes. Plan now for food plots that will attract and hold deer. Stalking the wild morel. Ice-out means panfish time on Madison lakes. Jeff slams walleyes on the Wisconsin River. Dan Small Outdoor organic coffees now served and sold at The Range of Richfield.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Gene Dellinger, proprietor of D&S Bait, Tackle & Archery, reports fair panfish and catfish action as ice goes out on Madison-area lakes. (www.wildlands.net) Marc Gaden, communications director and legislative liaison for the Great Lakes Fishery Commission, urges continued efforts be made to prevent Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes. (http://glfc.org/) John O'Brion, founder of Grandpa Ray Outdoors, offers advice for preparing for and planting food plots that will attract and provide good nutrition for deer. (http://grandparayoutdoors.com/) Mushroom expert Tom Nauman tells how, when and where to find morel mushrooms and offers tips for storing and cooking them, topics he will discuss in his seminar at the Field & Stream Outdoor Life Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo, April 10-12 in Madison. (http://morelmania.com/, http://deerinfo.com/) This week's giveaway: Four tickets to the Field & Stream/Outdoor Life Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo, April 10-12 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email dsoradio@gmail.com). Leave your name and phone number and mention the Deer & Turkey Expo giveaway. (www.deerinfo.com) Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure. Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin' Jake's Charters of Youngstown, NY; Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel & Spa in Lewiston; passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions; Shimano rod & reel package. To enter the drawing, visit Niagara-usa.com or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That's all there is to it!
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Wednesday - March 25
Show 1013: Outdoor Troubadours comes to Sportsman Channel April 1. Niagara River trout action is hot now. Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund vendor contest winner announced. Jeff shoots sporting clays at Little Creek Lodge in Little Suamico. Dan scores browns and steelhead on the Root River.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Brian Moe reports ice conditions have deteriorated on the Madison lakes and it&apos;s time to put away the ice-fishing gear and start thinking about open-water fishing. (<a href=http://www.wildlands.net target=_blank>www.wildlands.net</a>) Barb Terry, customer-relations specialist with Ten Point Crossbows, addresses the myths and realities of crossbow hunting and offers advice for hunters looking to buy a crossbow. (<a href=http://www.deerinfo.com target=_blank>www.deerinfo.com</a>, <a href=http://www.tenpointcrossbows.com target=_blank>www.tenpointcrossbows.com</a>) Eric Schlender, CEO of EC3 Group and Wildland Management, talks about his company&apos;s services that enhance wildlife habitat through CRP and food plot installation, forestry mowing, prescribed burning, wetlands restoration and more. (www.wildlands.net) Scott McConnell, vice president of SCI Badgerland Chapter, preview&apos;s next weekend&apos;s Big Game Hunter Expo at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. (<a href=http://www.scibadgerland.com target=_blank>www.scibadgerland.com</a>) This week&apos;s giveaway: Four tickets to the Field &amp; Stream/Outdoor Life Wisconsin Deer &amp; Turkey Expo, April 10-12 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email dsoradio@gmail.com). Leave your name and phone number and mention the Deer &amp; Turkey Expo giveaway. (<a href=http://www.deerinfo.com target=_blank>www.deerinfo.com</a>) Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure. Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin&apos; Jake&apos;s Charters of Youngstown, NY; Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel &amp; Spa in Lewiston; passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions; Shimano rod &amp; reel package. To enter the drawing, visit Niagara-usa.com or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That&apos;s all there is to it!
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Wednesday - March 18
Show 1012: How to choose a crossbow to fit your needs and budget. Expert advice for managing wildlife habitat and removing invasive species. Big Game Hunter Expo coming to Kalahari Resort March 27-28. Ice fishing season winds down on the Madison Chain. Jeff heads north to Rhinelander for one last ice-fishing outing. Dan reports on Canoecopia and announces the Mercer Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, Sept. 4-6.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Brian Moe reports ice conditions have deteriorated on the Madison lakes and it&apos;s time to put away the ice-fishing gear and start thinking about open-water fishing. (<a href=http://www.wildlands.net target=_blank>www.wildlands.net</a>) Barb Terry, customer-relations specialist with Ten Point Crossbows, addresses the myths and realities of crossbow hunting and offers advice for hunters looking to buy a crossbow. (<a href=http://www.deerinfo.com target=_blank>www.deerinfo.com</a>, <a href=http://www.tenpointcrossbows.com target=_blank>www.tenpointcrossbows.com</a>) Eric Schlender, CEO of EC3 Group and Wildland Management, talks about his company&apos;s services that enhance wildlife habitat through CRP and food plot installation, forestry mowing, prescribed burning, wetlands restoration and more. (www.wildlands.net) Scott McConnell, vice president of SCI Badgerland Chapter, preview&apos;s next weekend&apos;s Big Game Hunter Expo at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. (<a href=http://www.scibadgerland.com target=_blank>www.scibadgerland.com</a>) This week&apos;s giveaway: Four tickets to the Field &amp; Stream/Outdoor Life Wisconsin Deer &amp; Turkey Expo, April 10-12 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email dsoradio@gmail.com). Leave your name and phone number and mention the Deer &amp; Turkey Expo giveaway. (<a href=http://www.deerinfo.com target=_blank>www.deerinfo.com</a>) Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure. Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin&apos; Jake&apos;s Charters of Youngstown, NY; Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel &amp; Spa in Lewiston; passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions; Shimano rod &amp; reel package. To enter the drawing, visit Niagara-usa.com or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That&apos;s all there is to it!
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Wednesday - March 11
Show 1011: Advice from a champion for women who want to learn to shoot. Expert tips for taking tough toms. Impact of winter on Wisconsin grouse. Madison ice fishing is good now, but it will not last long, thanks to warm weather. Jeff and partner Wayne Gstohl win NAIFC tournament on Lake Menomin. Dan reports on a great week at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Gene Dellinger, proprietor of D&amp;S Bait, Tackle &amp; Archery in Madison, reports panfish and catfish action is good on Madison area lakes, but it won&amp;apos;t last long as the ice deteriorates. (<a href=http://www.dsbait.com target=_blank>www.dsbait.com</a>, <a href=http://www.wildlands.net target=_blank>www.wildlands.net</a>) Smith &amp; Wesson pro-staffer Randi Rogers tells how she won the Production Lady title at the Florida Open and High Lady title at the Smith &amp; Wesson IDPA Indoor Nationals in Springfield, MA and offers advice for women who want to get into recreational and competitive shooting. (<a href=http://www.smith-wesson.com target=_blank>www.smith-wesson.com</a>, <a href=http://randirogersshooting.com target=_blank>http://randirogersshooting.com</a>) Ray Eye, host of &amp;quot;Eye on the Outdoors&amp;quot; TV and radio shows, offers advice for taking spring gobblers when they do not respond to hen calls, the subject of his seminar at the Field &amp; Stream/Outdoor Life Wisconsin Deer &amp; Turkey Expo, April 10-12 in Madison. (<a href=http://www.deerinfo.com target=_blank>www.deerinfo.com</a>, <a href=http://www.rayeye.com target=_blank>www.rayeye.com</a>) Gary Zimmer, coordinating biologist with the Ruffed Grouse Society, reports on winter&amp;apos;s impact on grouse and says spring drumming should start within a month. (<a href=http://www.ruffedgrousesociety.org target=_blank>www.ruffedgrousesociety.org</a>) This week&amp;apos;s giveaway: Four tickets to the Field &amp; Stream/Outdoor Life Wisconsin Deer &amp; Turkey Expo, April 10-12 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email <a href=mailto:dsoradio@gmail.com>dsoradio@gmail.com</a>). Leave your name and phone number and mention the Deer &amp; Turkey Expo giveaway. (<a href=http://www.deerinfo.com target=_blank>www.deerinfo.com</a>) Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure. Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin&amp;apos; Jake&amp;apos;s Charters of Youngstown, NY; Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel &amp; Spa in Lewiston; passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions; Shimano rod &amp; reel package. To enter the drawing, visit Niagara-usa.com or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That&amp;apos;s all there is to it!
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Wednesday - March 4
Show 1010: Archery opportunities abound at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show, March 4-8 at State Fair Park. Help protect the Bristol Bay salmon fishery. Preview of new features at the Wisconsin Deer and Turkey Expo, April 10-12 in Madison. Late-ice panfish tips for the Madison chain. Jeff scores high at the USA Ice Team tryouts in Rhinelander. Meet Dan at the Milwaukee Sports Show.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by Wildland Management, providing forestry mowing, food plot and CRP installation, wetlands creation and other environmental services. Nebulus and Jiffy pro-staffer Duffy Kopf reports on ice-fishing action on the Madison chain and offers tips for late-ice panfish. (<a href=http://www.wildlands.net target=_blank>www.wildlands.net</a>) Scott Hed, director of the Sportsman&apos;s Alliance for Alaska, reports on efforts to stop the proposed Pebble Mine and protect water quality and the world&apos;s greatest wild salmon fishery in Bristol Bay. (<a href=http://www.sportsmansalliance4ak.org target=_blank>www.sportsmansalliance4ak.org</a>) Rob Schaffhauser, co-owner of West Town Archery in Brookfield, talks about the three archery ranges at this week&apos;s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show at State Fair Park. (<a href=http://www.jssportsshow.com target=_blank>www.jssportsshow.com</a>, <a href=http://westtownarchery.com/ target=_blank>http://westtownarchery.com/</a>) Glenn Helgeland, founder and content director of the Field &amp; Stream/Outdoor Life Deer &amp; Turkey Expos, previews highlights of the Wisconsin Deer &amp; Turkey Expo, April 10-12 in Madison. (<a href=http://www.deerinfo.com target=_blank>www.deerinfo.com</a>) This week&apos;s giveaway: Four tickets to the Field &amp; Stream/Outdoor Life Wisconsin Deer &amp; Turkey Expo, April 10-12 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email dsoradio@gmail.com). Leave your name and phone number and mention the Deer &amp; Turkey Expo giveaway. (<a href=http://www.deerinfo.com target=_blank>www.deerinfo.com</a>) New Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure. Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin&apos; Jake&apos;s Charters of Youngstown, NY; Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel &amp; Spa in Lewiston; passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions; Shimano rod &amp; reel package. To enter the drawing, visit <a href=http://Niagara-usa.com target=_self>Niagara-usa.com</a> or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That&apos;s all there is to it!
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Wednesday - February 25
Show 1009: Do not miss Lake-Link Day, Thursday, March 5th at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show. Countdown to the Iditarod with four-time champion Jeff King. Natural Resources Foundation summer field trips announced. Madison ice fishing action continues strong. Jeff competes in the USA Ice Team tryouts in Rhinelander. Meet Dan at the Madison Fishing Expo Feb. 27-March 1.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by the Madison Fishing Expo, Feb. 27-Mar. 1 at the Alliant Energy Center. Ice Team pro Jim Kusuda reports on ice fishing action on the Madison chain. (<a href=http://www.madfishexpo.com target=_blank>www.madfishexpo.com</a>) Four-time Iditarod winner Jeff King talks about the history of this legendary dogsled race and tells how he is preparing for this year&apos;s race. (<a href=http://redpawdogfood.com/node/366 target=_blank>http://redpawdogfood.com/node/366</a>, <a href=http://iditarod.com/race/2015/mushers/59-Jeff-King/ target=_blank>http://iditarod.com/race/2015/mushers/59-Jeff-King/</a>) Lindsay Rennick Mayer, communications director for the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, and Christine Tanzer, NRF&apos;s field trip coordinator, preview this summer&apos;s field trip opportunities. (<a href=http://www.wisconservation.org target=_blank>www.wisconservation.org</a>) Lake-Link sales coordinator Don Waier announces hourly product giveaways on Lake-Link Day, Thursday, March 5th, at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show at State Fair Park. (<a href=http://jssportsshow.com/ target=_blank>http://jssportsshow.com/</a>, <a href=http://www.lake-link.com/day target=_blank>www.lake-link.com/day</a>) This week&apos;s giveaway: Four tickets to the Field &amp; Stream/Outdoor Life Wisconsin Deer &amp; Turkey Expo, April 10-12 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email <a href=mailto:dsoradio@gmail.com>dsoradio@gmail.com</a>). Leave your name and phone number and mention the Deer &amp; Turkey Expo giveaway. (<a href=http://www.deerinfo.com target=_blank>www.deerinfo.com</a>)
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Wednesday - February 18
Show 1008: Madison Fishing Expo seminars offer expert advice on many species and techniques. Wisconsin should get 28 elk from Kentucky in March. 75th Milwaukee Sports Show keeps the tradition alive. Jeff trains for USA Ice Team tryouts next weekend in Rhinelander.
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Wednesday - February 11
Show 1007: Get kids into the outdoors and keep the tradition alive. Preview of the Madison Fishing Expo. One week to go before the Bassmaster Classic. Jeff reports on the Ice Duels tournament Feb. 7 on Monona Bay. Watch Dan on I Remember at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 16 on MPTV Channel 10.1.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 FM ESPN broadcast, presented by the Madison Fishing Expo, Feb. 27-Mar. 1 at the Alliant Energy Center. Jiffy, Nebulus and Pure Fishing pro-staffer Duffy Kopf reports on last weekend&quot;s UW-Whitewater Fishing Team ice fishing tournament on Lake Beulah and says walleye and catfish action is hot on the Madison chain. (<a href=http://www.madfishexpo.com target=_blank>www.madfishexpo.com</a>, <a href=http://www.nebulusflotation.com target=_blank>www.nebulusflotation.com</a>) John Annoni, founder of Camp Compass Academy, talks about his new book Beyond One Day and his efforts to introduce kids to hunting and fishing. (<a href=http://www.campcompass.org target=_blank>www.campcompass.org</a>, <a href=http://www.johnannoni.com target=_blank>www.johnannoni.com</a>, <a href=http://www.2millionbullets.org target=_blank>www.2millionbullets.org</a>) Charlie Grimm, secretary of the Madison Fishing Expo, previews the expo coming to the Alliant Energy Center Feb. 27-Mar. 1. (<a href=http://www.madfishexpo.com target=_blank>www.madfishexpo.com</a>) Bass pros Brent Chapman and Paul Elias forecast the bite at the Bassmaster Classic, coming to Lake Hartwell in Greenville, South Carolina Feb. 20-22. (<a href=http://www.bassmaster.com/classic target=_blank>http://www.bassmaster.com/classic</a>) This week&quot;s giveaway: Four tickets to the Madison Fishing Expo. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email dsoradio@gmail.com). Leave your name and phone number and mention the Madison Fishing Expo giveaway. (<a href=http://www.madfishexpo.com target=_blank>www.madfishexpo.com</a>)

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