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Dan Small Outdoors Radio

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Dan and his on-air sidekick "Hardwater" Jeff Kelm bring you timely and informative hunting, fishing and conservation topics covering Wisconsin and the upper Midwest. The show features interviews with professionals from fishing, hunting to conservation and more. Dan Small is the face and voice of MPTV's Outdoor Wisconsin and the weekly voice of Dan Small Outdoors Radio: Wisconsin's #1 Outdoor Radio Show.
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Wednesday - April 23
Show 917: Driven TV co-host dishes on trophy whitetails. Winter impact on grouse and woodcock. Win free tuition to CBH Outdoor Skills Camp for kids. Dan reports on his first-period turkey hunt.

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Wednesday - April 23
Show 917: Driven TV co-host dishes on trophy whitetails. Winter impact on grouse and woodcock. Win free tuition to CBH Outdoor Skills Camp for kids. Dan reports on his first-period turkey hunt.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast: Jiffy, HT and Nebulus pro-staffer Duffy Kopf reports slow panfish action on the Madison chain, but good walleye and sauger action on Lake Wisconsin. Sponsored by Bennetts Meadowood Country Club. (https://www.facebook.com/BennettsMeadowoodCountryClub) Gary Zimmer, coordinating biologist for the Ruffed Grouse Society, reports grouse came through the winter in good shape, thanks to deep roosting snow. (www.ruffedgrousesociety.org) Pat Reeve, co-host of Driven TV, talks about his new book, Trophy Whitetails with Pat & Nicole Reeve and provides a behind-the-scenes peek at his TV show. (http://www.drivenhunter.com/) Mark Nissen, director of the CBH Outdoor Skills Camp in Cable, Wisconsin, announces the camp schedule and activities for summer 2014. (http://outdoorskillscamp.com/) Giveaway: Our spring giveaway - compliments of Outdoor Skills Camp - free tuition for one youngster for the Aug. 16-22 camp, held near Cable, WI. Open to children 10 and up (younger if parent or guardian attends at full tuition rate). Tuition is worth $1,200. Campers are paired two-to-one with mentors for instruction in shooting, fishing, GPS/map & compass reading, kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, archery, outdoor survival and more skills. To enter, in 100 words or less, tell us why you should be selected to attend the Outdoor Skills Camp - email us at outdoorsradio@gmx.com. Leave your name and phone number and mention the Outdoor Skills Camp giveaway. Winner announced at the end of May.
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Thursday - April 17
Show 916: Spring walleye action on the Wisconsin River and flowages is heating up. Free Orvis classes take the mystery out of fly-fishing. The legacy of sailboat designer Hobie Alter. Dan reports on the Youth Turkey Hunt. Jeff gears up for open-water fishing.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast: Rivers Edge Resort proprietor Botch Leonhardt reports high water on the Wisconsin River is making boating difficult, but anglers are still getting some big walleyes from shore. Segment sponsor: Bennetts Meadowood Country Club. (http://www.riversedgeresort.com/, https://www.facebook.com/BennettsMeadowoodCountryClub) Eric Helm, fishing manager at the Orvis Milwaukee Store, announces free fly-fishing 101 classes on weekends through June. (http://www.orvis.com/milwaukee) Paul Holmes discusses his new book, Hobie: Master of Water, Wind and Waves, and the legacy of master surfboard and sailboat designer Hobie Alter. (http://croulpublications.com/, http://hobie.com/) Fred Nickel, director of Parks, Recreation and Trails for Adams County, reports on early-season walleye action on Petenwell and Castle Rock flowages and the Wisconsin River. Segment sponsor: Ruffed Grouse Society. (www.adamscountyparkswi.com, http://ruffedgrousesociety.org/) Mark LaBarbera, founder of the Outdoor Heritage Education Center, reports plans for the first annual Midwest Outdoor Heritage Education Expo, May 15-16 at the MacKenzie Environmental Center in Poynette. (http://www.outdoorheritageeducationcenter.com/Expo---Other-Events.html) Giveaway: Our spring giveaway - compliments of Outdoor Skills Camp Dot Com - free tuition for one youngster for the Aug. 16-22 camp, held near Cable, WI. Open to children 10 and up (younger if parent or guardian attends at full tuition rate). Tuition is worth $1,200. Campers are paired two-to-one with mentors for instruction in shooting, fishing, GPS/map & compass reading, kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, archery, outdoor survival and more skills. To enter, in 100 words or less, tell us why you should be selected to attend the Outdoor Skills Camp - email us at outdoorsradio@gmx.com. Leave your name and phone number and mention the Outdoor Skills Camp giveaway. Check it out at http://outdoorskillscamp.com/. Winner announced at the end of May.
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Thursday - April 10
Show 915: Attend the Spring Fish & Wildlife Hearing in your county and let your voice be heard. Tips for spring turkey hunting from a state champion caller. High School trap league gets under way. Dan reviews new gear displayed at the Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast: McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports good walleye action on the Wisconsin River and fair trout action in Southwest Wisconsin. Segment sponsor: Bennetts Meadowood Country Club. (https://www.facebook.com/BennettsMeadowoodCountryClub) Larry Bonde, vice chairman of the Wisconsin Conservation Congress, previews the statewide April 14 Spring Fish & Wildlife Hearings and Conservation Congress meetings. Segment sponsor: Ruffed Grouse Society. (http://dnr.wi.gov/about/wcc/, http://ruffedgrousesociety.org/) Twelve-time Wisconsin turkey calling champion Jeff Fredrick shares some tips for spring turkey hunting. (http://fredrickchampionschoice.com/) Cory Brathol, director of the Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League, invites new shooters, coaches and schools to join the league. (http://www.wiclaytarget.com/) Giveaway: This weeks giveaway - A deer hunting video from Blood Brothers Outdoors (http://nextbukoutdoors.com/). To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email us at outdoorsradio@gmx.com. Leave your name and phone number and mention the Blood Brothers giveaway.
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Friday - April 4
Show 914: Why Wisconsinites should visit Michigan. Gapen Spin-Bee - a hot new bait for all game fish. Expert advice for bigger racks and healthier deer. Jeff gets a sunburn while ice fishing. Meet Dan at the Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo in Madison April 4-6.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast: Botch Leonhardt, proprietor of Rivers Edge Resort in Wisconsin Dells, reports anglers are catching big walleyes on the Wisconsin River below the Dells dam. (http://www.riversedgeresort.com/, https://www.facebook.com/BennettsMeadowoodCountryClub) George Zimmermann, vice president of Travel Michigan for the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, explains why the Pure Michigan campaign has been so successful, making Michigans tourism website the most popular of any states for seven years in a row. (http://www.michigan.org/, http://ruffedgrousesociety.org/) Legendary angler Dan Gapen, Sr., shares his views on how to get more kids into fishing and tells some stories from his new book, Adventure Fishing the Americas. (www.gapen.com) Doug Kostreva, owner of the Horny Buck Seed Company, offers advice for planting food plots and using mineral supplements to improve deer health and antler growth. (http://www.hornybuckseed.com/, http://deerinfo.com/) Giveaway: This weeks giveaway - A 10-lb. jug of Booner Max Mineral Mixture from Horny Buck Seed Co. and a Horny Buck Seed Co. T-shirt in your size. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554 and leave your name, phone number and mention the Horny Buck giveaway, or email us at outdoorsradio@gmx.com.
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Wednesday - March 26
Show 913: Midwest Outdoor Heritage Education Expo comes to the MacKenzie Center May 15-16. Make sausage from your leftover venison. Fish the shallow backwaters now for walleyes on the Wisconsin and Lower Fox rivers. Dan talks turkey at the Sport & Home Extravaganza in Fond du Lac March 28-30.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast: Jiffy, HT and Pure Fishing pro-staffer Duffy Kopf reports on panfish action on the Madison chain and walleye action on the Wisconsin River. (https://www.facebook.com/BennettsMeadowoodCountryClub) Mark LaBarbera, founder of the Outdoor Heritage Education Center, announces plans for the 2014 Midwest Outdoor Heritage Edication Expo, May 15-16, at MacKenzie Center in Poynette, Wisconsin. (http://www.outdoorheritageeducationcenter.com/Events.html) Meat processor Kurt Heid shares tips for smoking and making sausage from venison, the topic of his seminar at the Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo, April 4-6 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. (www.deerinfo.com, www.heidwildgame.com) Captain Zach Burgess, of Why Knot Guide Service, shares advice for catching big walleyes now on the Lower Fox River at DePere. (http://whyknotguideservice.com/) Giveaway: This week's giveaway - Last chance to enter the drawing for two tickets to the Field & Stream/Outdoor Life Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo, April 4-6 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554 and leave your name and phone number and mention the Deer & Turkey ticket giveaway, or email us at outdoorsradio@gmx.com.

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