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Dan Small Outdoors Radio

Dan Small Outdoors Radio

Host: Dan Small
Dan Small Outdoors Radio 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 - AUGUST 21
Show 1434: Win tickets to join Hunting Beast founder and whitetail expert Dan Infalt for a seminar on hunting pressured bucks on public land Sept. 6 in Oshkosh. Joella Bates prepares for the World Archery 3-D Championships. Big kings are hitting on Lake Michigan off Sheboygan. Tips for choosing a crossbow. Jeff reports on the Masters Walleye Circuit tournament last weekend at Devils Lake, ND. Dan fishes Lake Michigan with Schools Out Sportfishing.

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WEDNESDAY - AUGUST 21
Show 1434: Win tickets to join Hunting Beast founder and whitetail expert Dan Infalt for a seminar on hunting pressured bucks on public land Sept. 6 in Oshkosh. Joella Bates prepares for the World Archery 3-D Championships. Big kings are hitting on Lake Michigan off Sheboygan. Tips for choosing a crossbow. Jeff reports on the Masters Walleye Circuit tournament last weekend at Devils Lake, ND. Dan fishes Lake Michigan with Schools Out Sportfishing.
In the Hupy & Abraham outdoor report, Hunting Beast founder Dan Infalt shares advice for hunting big bucks on public land and invites listeners to his seminar in Oshkosh, Sept. 6. (thehuntingbeast.com, hupy.com) Tournament archer Joella Bates reports on her preparation for the World Archery 3-D Championships in Lac La Biche, Alberta in September. (joellabatesusa.com, jocamps.com) Charter captain "Dumper Dan" Welsch reports good mixed-bag action on Lake Michigan off Sheboygan, including some big kings over 30 pounds, and invites listeners to stop at Bourbon Street Pub & Grill for lunch or dinner. (dumperdan.com, facebook.com/bourbonstreetsheboygan) In the Madison Outdoors Report, JC Chamberlin discusses options for hunters considering a move to crossbows. (pappastradingpost.com, fisherkingwinery.com) This week's giveaway: Two pairs of tickets to Dan Infalt's deer hunting seminar at Menominee Nation Stadium in Oshkosh Sept. 6. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554 or email dsoradio@gmail.com.

THURSDAY - AUGUST 15
Show 1433: Women fly fishers are invited to try for muskies on the Wisconsin River Sept. 5-8. Public comments sought on 10-year Wisconsin grouse management plan. Castle Rock and Petenwell flowages offer great fishing, boating and other recreation. Madison chain is hot now for bass, walleyes. Jeff reports on the Minnesota state high-school bass tournament at Red Wing. Dan fishes Lake Neshonoc for muskies. Hunters may buy leftover fall turkey permits starting Aug. 17 and antlerless deer tags Aug. 19.
In the Hupy & Abraham outdoor report, outdoor writer Jackie Van Dyke invites listeners to attend the United Women on the Fly event "Eat, Sleep, Fish Musky," Sept. 5-8 on the Wisconsin River. (facebook.com/events/426927248031094/, hupy.com) Ruffed Grouse Society regional biologist Jon Steigerwaldt summarizes the draft of a 10-year Ruffed Grouse Management Plan for Wisconsin and urges listeners to weigh in during the comment period, which ends soon, and attend a public hearing Aug. 20, 21 or 22. (dnr.wi.gov, ruffedgrousesociety.org) Retired Wisconsin Public Service Corporation regional supervisor Gerry Ganther summarizes the history and recreational opportunities of Castle Rock and Petenwell flowages. (castlerock-petenwell.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, Gene Dellinger, proprietor of D&S Bait, Tackle & Archery, reports good action for walleyes, bass, bluegills and perch on the Madison chain, but muskie anglers are backing off while water temps are near 80�. (pappastradingpost.com, fisherkingwinery.com)

WEDNESDAY - AUGUST 7
Show 1432: Walleye action is hot on Green Bay and Lake Winnebago. Lake Michigan is producing some big kings this summer. Get the Where2Hunt app to help plan your hunts this fall. Scout now to locate big bucks before the archery opener. Jeff reports on the Masters Walleye Circuit tournament last weekend in Sturgeon Bay. Dan reports on Deer Fest.
In the Hupy & Abraham outdoor report, Eric Clark invites listeners to try out his Where2Hunt smartphone app and subscribe to his hunting podcasts. (wheretohuntapp.com/, hupy.com) Paul "Coot" Williams reports good walleye action on the Bay of Green Bay and Lake Winnebago, offers advice for where and how to catch them and talks about his tackle innovations: Rattlin' Wasp lures, Firefly planer-board lights and Mag-Net-Go net-management system. (cootslures.com/) Captain "Dumper" Dan Welsch reports a great king salmon bite on Lake Michigan north of Sheboygan and steady action for lakers and rainbows south of Sheboygan. (dumperdan.com/, facebook.com/DavesWhosInnSheboygan/) In the Madison Outdoors Report, archery expert JC Chamberlin offers advice for hunters preparing for early-season bowhunting, including using water holes and food plots, and reminds hunters that bonus antlerless permits go on sale August 19th (pappastradingpost.com/, fisherkingwinery.com)

THURSDAY - AUGUST 1
Show 1431: Wisconsin Department of Tourism Office of Outdoor Recreation will promote outdoor recreation opportunities in Wisconsin. UW-Whitewater sophomore Nick Mader reports on his top-five finish in the National Championships in International Trap at Colorado Springs. August fun and specials at The Range of Richfield. Mixed-bag action is hot now on the Madison chain. Jeff reports results of the North American Bass Circuit and Wisconsin and Iowa state high school bass championships held last weekend in La Crosse. Dan scores a win in the comedy quiz show I Should Know This last Saturday in Milwaukee.
In the Hupy & Abraham outdoor report, Nick Mader talks about his recent experience competing in the International Trap National Championships in Colorado Springs last weekend. (shot.sssfonline.com, hupy.com) Range of Richfield president Jim Babiasz announces August events and classes at the range. (therangewi.com) Anne Sayers, Deputy Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Tourism, announces the formation of the department's new Office of Outdoor Recreation. (travelwisconsin.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports a hot pike bite an Lake Mendota, good panfish action on Lake Monona and fair walleye action on Lake Wisconsin. (pappastradingpost.com, fisherkingwinery.com)

THURSDAY - JULY 25
Show 1430: Meet Dan, along with Lee and Tiffany Lakosky, Willie Robertson, Michael Waddell and Travis Turner and learn how to train a dog to hunt sheds and recover wounded deer August 2-4 at Deer Fest in West Bend. The Eagle River area offers great fishing, and four-season recreation and events. Lake Michigan king salmon bite is hot right now. Time to plant fall food plots. Dan and Jeff discuss storm damage from last weekend. Jeff heads to Sturgeon Bay for a Masters Walleye Circuit tournament. Huntworth Gear giveaway winner announced.
In the Hupy & Abraham outdoor report, Wild Eagle Lodge manager Tammy Schmidt gives listeners a virtual tour of the resort and the Eagle River area. (wildeaglelodge.com, hupy.com) Dog Trainer Jeremy Moore offers advice for developing a "deer dog" to hunt shed antlers and recover wounded deer, the topic of his seminar at Deer Fest next weekend. (deerfestwi.com, dogbonehunter.com) Lake Michigan charter captain "Dumper" Dan Welsch reports good action for big king salmon, along with cohos, rainbows and lake trout, off Sheboygan and suggests listeners check out Sly's Midtown Saloon and Grill. (dumperdan.com, facebook.com/SlysMidtown/) In the Madison Outdoors Report, archery expert JC Chamberlin says now's the time to get those fall food plots in the ground and save money on remaining Mathews Triax bows.. (pappastradingpost.com, fisherkingwinery.com)

Dan Small Outdoors Radio Air Times

Along with listening to Dan Small Outdoors Radio on demand here on Lake-Link, you can also hear our show on the following fine radio stations:
  • WVRQ 1360 AM - Viroqua, WI - 9AM Saturdays
  • WMEQ 880 AM - Menomonie, WI - 8AM Saturdays & Live Stream
  • WLKG 96.1 FM - Lake Geneva, WI - 6AM Saturdays
  • WLIP 1050 AM - Kenosha, WI - 7AM Saturdays
  • WKTY 580 AM - La Crosse, WI - 7AM Saturdays
  • WJRC 92.9 FM & 1270 AM - Mauston, WI - 7AM Saturdays & Live Stream
  • WISN 1130 AM - Milwaukee, WI - 6AM Saturdays
  • WHBL 1330 AM - Sheboygan, WI - 12PM Saturdays
  • WFDL 1170 AM - Waupun/Fond du Lac, WI - 12PM Saturdays
  • WERL 950 AM - Eagle River, WI - 9AM Saturdays
  • WDTX 100.5 FM - Wausau, WI - 6AM Sundays
  • WBIZ 1400 AM - Eau Claire, WI - 7AM Saturdays & Live Stream
  • ESPN/WTLX 100.5 FM - Madison, WI - 7AM Saturdays

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