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Dan Small Outdoors Radio

Host: Dan Small email show
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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Thursday - May 16
Show 1420: Spend Memorial Day at Burlington Chocolate Fest. Fish Lake Michigan off Sheboygan with Dumper Dan. Attend a public hearing to speak up for clean water. Fish the Madison chain for bass and walleyes. Jeff reports on the Cabelas North American Bass Circuit tournament last weekend in Sturgeon Bay. Dan canoes a small river with Bob Langjahr.

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Thursday - May 16
Show 1420: Spend Memorial Day at Burlington Chocolate Fest. Fish Lake Michigan off Sheboygan with Dumper Dan. Attend a public hearing to speak up for clean water. Fish the Madison chain for bass and walleyes. Jeff reports on the Cabelas North American Bass Circuit tournament last weekend in Sturgeon Bay. Dan canoes a small river with Bob Langjahr.
In the Hupy & Abraham Outdoor Report, Allison Werner, policy and advocacy director for the River Alliance of Wisconsin, encourages listeners to attend one of 12 public hearings of the Wisconsin legislature's bi-partisan Water Quality Task Force. (hupy.com, wisconsinrivers.org) Captain Dan Welsch, of Dumper Dan's Sportfishing Charters of Sheboygan, reports good action for Lake Michigan brown and lake trout off Sheboygan and invites listeners to enjoy a meal at Pier 17 on Riverfront Drive. (dumperdan.com, pier17sheb.com) Linda Fellenz, marketing director for Burlington Chocolate Fest, previews the four-day food, fun and music festival on Memorial Day Weekend. (chocolatefest.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports good action for bass, walleyes and panfish on the Madison chain. (fisherkingwinery.com) This week's giveaway: Rattle-Free Trailer Hitch Stabilizer. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554 or email dsoradio@gmail.com. Leave your name & number and mention the Rattle-Free Trailer Hitch Stabilizer giveaway.
Thursday - May 9
Show 1419: Three new products announced this week: Ripalip University Marine Electronics App, Legume-Free dog foods from American Natural Premium, and the Rattle-Free Trailer Hitch Stabilizer. Jeff scores walleyes and white bass on the Wisconsin River. Dan picks up his new Crestliner 1750 FishHawk Platinum Edition from Cedar Lake Sales in West Bend.
Marc Large, of American Natural Premium Pet Foods, announces two new products in the company's Legume-Free line of dog foods. (americannaturalpremium.com) Dave Janiszewski announces the release of the new RipaLip University Marine Electronics app, which helps anglers understand the intricacies of their on-board electronics and customize info for their rig and lakes they fish. (ripalipuniversity.com) Thom Beck, creator of the Rattle-Free Trailer Hitch Stabilizer, explains the advantages of this new product that reduces trailer sway and hitch and trailer theft. (rattlefreehitch.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports on opening weekend fishing action on the Madison Chain. (fisherkingwinery.com) This week's giveaway: - five free pro upgrades for the Ripalip University Marine Electronics app. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554 or email dsoradio@gmail.com. Leave your name & number and mention the ripalip giveaway.
Wednesday - May 1
Show 1418: Fifty women anglers featured in new book from Wild River Press. Wisconsin inland fishing season opens this weekend. Try the Madison chain for mixed-bag action. Trout are hitting on Lake Michigan off Sheboygan. Use permethrin to repel ticks that carry Lyme disease. Jeff reports on the MWC tournament last weekend on Big Stone Lake in Minnesota. Dan will host the Milwaukee PBS Great TV Auction live Saturday and Sunday night.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Brian Anderson, aka "The Tick Terminator," offers advice for dealing with ticks that carry Lyme disease. (hupy.com, lymetickbughub.com) Steve Kantner shares stories from the women anglers he interviewed for his new book, Fifty Women Who Fish, published by Wild River Press. (whywomenfish.com, wildriverpress.com) Capt. Dan Welsch, of Dumper Dan's Sportfishing Charters of Sheboygan, reports brown and lake trout are hitting on Lake Michigan and Reel Shot Sheboygan can handle all your Lake Michigan tackle needs. (dumperdan.com, thereelshot.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports good walleye and panfish action on Lake Wisconsin and says fish should be hitting on the Madison chain this weekend. (fisherkingwinery.com)
Wednesday - April 24
Show 1417: Thirsty the Duck urges legislators to increase funding for wetlands habitat. Recent snows may have hurt migrating woodcock. Moms shoot free on Mothers Day at The Range of Richfield. Madison lakes should be prime for opening weekend. Jeff reports on his first-period turkey hunt. Dan spends Earth Day at Schlitz Audubon Nature Center in Milwaukee.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Bryan Muche and "Thirsty the Duck" encourage listeners to ask their legislators to increase the price of the Wisconsin duck stamp to raise more money to support wetlands management. (hupy.com, thirstytheduck.com) Jim Babiasz, president of the Range of Richfield, announces May classes and events at the Range, including a Mothers Day special on May 12 (moms shoot free) and Springfield Demo Day on May 18. (therangewi.com) Jon Steigerwaldt, regional biologist for the Ruffed Grouse and American Woodcock societies, comments on the potential impact of recent snow on migrating woodcock. (ruffedgrousesociety.org) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports bass action should be good on the Madison lakes on opening weekend and urges boaters to prep their boats now and be courteous at boat landings. (fisherkingwinery.com)
Wednesday - April 17
Show 1416: Sound advice for parents of kids struggling with mental illness. Make sure your recreational vehicle and boat batteries are in top shape for summer fun. Lake Wisconsin walleye bite is still going strong. Jeff reports on the Cabelas Masters Walleye Circuit tournament last weekend on the Detroit River. Dan reports on his youth turkey hunt in Fond du Lac County.
In the Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, Remy Battery president Mike Moeller offers advice for getting boat, RV and ATV batteries ready for spring and summer. (hupy.com, remybattery.com) Jeff Fuller, owner of Soggy Acres Retrievers and host/producer of the Sporting Dog Adventures TV show, shares the sad story of his son's suicide and offers advice for parents of troubled teens. In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports good walley action on Lake Wisconsin and the Wisconsin River.(.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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