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FRIDAY - MAY 20
Show 1721: RGS habitat projects in the Upper Great Lakes states will help grouse and woodcock prosper. Heavy rains cause flooding that can damage wildlife habitat and delay farming and food plot planting. Early trout fishing reports from Juneau and surrounding counties are positive. Fishing action is improving for most species on the Madison chain. Neu and Ehlenfeldt win the Sturgeon Bay Open. Jeff tries for a Period E turkey. Dan reports on his successful turkey hunt.

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FRIDAY - MAY 20, 2022
Show 1721: RGS habitat projects in the Upper Great Lakes states will help grouse and woodcock prosper. Heavy rains cause flooding that can damage wildlife habitat and delay farming and food plot planting. Early trout fishing reports from Juneau and surrounding counties are positive. Fishing action is improving for most species on the Madison chain. Neu and Ehlenfeldt win the Sturgeon Bay Open. Jeff tries for a Period E turkey. Dan reports on his successful turkey hunt.
Ruffed Grouse Society forest conservation director Jon Steigerwaldt discusses the potential impact of avian influenza on grouse and woodcock and says numerous habitat projects are under way. (ruffedgrousesociety.org) TV host, land management consultant, wildlife photographer and hunting guide Art Helin describes the impact of recent severe weather events on wildlife, wildlife habitat, livestock and people in the Driftless Area. (arthelinoutdoors.com, wiwf.org/landing/) Trout angler John Vieth shares advice for fishing streams in Juneau County and the surrounding area. (castlerock-petenwell.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, Pat Hasburgh, proprietor of D and S Bait on Northport Drive in Madison reports fishing action is improving on the Madison chain and area trout streams. (dsbait.com)

THURSDAY - MAY 12, 2022
Show 1720: Cohos are biting on Lake Michigan. LeRoy Butler visits Florence County and you should, too. High water impedes aquatic vegetation. Casting For Kids raises funds for cancer research. Jeff reports on his son's first turkey hunt. Dan attends the Wisconsin Governor's Fishing Opener on Shell Lake.
Charter captain Dumper Dan Welsch reports that cohos are starting to show up along the Lake Michigan coast and should reach Sheboygan soon. (dumperdan.com, craft30pub.com) Wendy Gehlhoff, executive director of Florence County Economic Development, announces a new four county ATV trail alliance and reports on upcoming events in Florence County, including an afternoon with Packers Hall-of-Famer LeRoy Butler. (exploreflorencecounty.com, quadcountytrails.com) Wisconsin Wildlife Federation Region 5 director Justin Loehrke describes the impact of recent high water levels on aquatic vegetation on the Lake Winnebago chain. (wiwf.org/landing/) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf announces upcoming events on the Madison chain, including the annual Capital City Chapter of Muskies Inc. tournament, May 14, and the Mark Osieki Casting for Kids (facebook.com/CapCityMuskies, casting4kids.org)

THURSDAY - MAY 5, 2022
Show 1719: Inland fishing season is finally here. Expert advice for opening weekend fishing on the Madison chain. An audiologist offers advice to help hunters and recreational shooters protect and enhance their hearing. Lightweight vertical crossbow offers several advantages over horizontal crossbows. Jeff reports on his successful turkey season. Dan heads to Shell Lake for the Wisconsin Governors Fishing Opener.
Audiologist Dr. Grace Sturdivant offers advice for shooters to help them protect their hearing and compensate for hearing loss. (otoprotechnologies.com) Former amateur heavyweight boxing champion Jerry Goff tells listeners how and why he invented the Hickory Hill Mini Inline Vertical Crossbow. (verticalcrossbow.com) Wisconsin Wildlife Federation treasurer David Verhage describes damage to his recreational property caused by recent severe weather events. (wiwf.org/landing) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports on his successful turkey hunt and offers advice for anglers fishing the Madison chain on opening weekend. (dsbait.com)

THURSDAY - APRIL 28, 2022
Show 1718: 100,000 Chinook fingerlings released in the Sheboygan River. Flooding and high winds cause trouble for wildlife and construction crews. Canine search and rescue volunteers save lives and help recover deceased individuals. Jeff reports on two walleye tournaments held simultaneously last weekend in Sandusky, Ohio. Dan warns listeners to watch for falling dead ash trees and limbs on windy days. Ozzy scores a nice tom on the last day of his turkey season.
Charter captain Dumper Dan Welsch launches his fleet of six boats and is ready to go for the season. Dumper reports 100,000 Chinook fingerlings were released into the Sheboygan River and Harbor. Anglers Avenue Pub and Grill is open for business. (dumperdan.com, anglersavenue.net) Kevyn Quamme, first vice president of the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, talks about recent severe weather impacts on wildlife and the construction industry. (wiwf.org/landing/) Canine search specialist Jan Thompson describes her volunteer work searching for missing persons and invites listeners to attend her talk May 5 at UW-Eau Claire Barron County campus. (kertk9.org, barron.uwec.edu) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf offers tips for making sure your fishing tackle, boat and trailer are ready for opening day and announces several upcoming tournaments and events. (dsbait.com)

WEDNESDAY - APRIL 20, 2022
Show 1717: Ruffed grouse drumming surveys and woodcock migration have begun. Flooding causes permanent landscape changes to a Buffalo County property. Bring your classic auto or just come to see the Tichigan Lake Car Show, August 28 in Waterford. Jeff urges landowners to participate in No Mow May to help pollinating insects. Dan receives the 2022 Conservation Communicator of the Year Award from the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation.
Jon Steigerwaldt, Great Lakes and upper Midwest forest conservation director for the Ruffed Grouse and American Woodcock societies, discusses the ruffed grouse drumming survey and spring woodcock migration, both of which are under way now. (ruffedgrousesociety.org) Terri Roehrig, secretary of the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, describes the landscape changes on her Buffalo County property caused by recent severe flooding. (wiwf.org/landing) Remy Battery president Mike Moeller offers advice for spring boat battery maintenance and invites listeners to attend the Tichigan Car Show, August 28 at the Waterford Town Park. (tichiganlakelions.com, remybattery.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports fair action for bass and small walleyes on Lake Wisconsin, but the Wisconsin River is high and Madison lakes are cold, so fishing those waters is difficult. (dsbait.com)

THURSDAY - APRIL 14, 2022
Show 1716: Lake Michigan brown trout action is starting strong off Sheboygan. Severe weather affected waterfowl migration last year. Spring is tick season, so prepare now to avoid tick bites and Lyme disease. Dan reports wood ducks have returned to his valley right on schedule on April 10. Jeff sets out swarm traps to capture honeybees.
Charter captain Dumper Dan Welsch reports the DNR has put 50,000 Chinook fingerlings in two net pens on the Sheboygan River and anglers are catching brown trout north of town. (dumperdan.com) Charter captain and hunting guide Eric Moltzan reports on the impact of severe weather events on waterfowl migration on the Mississippi River. (muddymissguideservice.webs.com, wiwf.org) Tick Terminator Brian Anderson offers advice for avoiding tick bites by spraying clothes with permethrin. (lymetickbughub.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports bass action is slow on Lake Mendota, but anglers are catching crappies on the Yahara River (dsbait.com)

WEDNESDAY - APRIL 6, 2022
Show 1715: Remember to vote on hunting and fishing advisory questions at the Wisconsin Conservation Congress online spring hearings starting Monday, April 11. Lemonweir River offers scenic float trips for kayakers and canoeists. Madison chain spring panfish bite is starting. Trout streams offer good catch and release action. Jeff builds beehives and prepares for spring turkey season. Dan encourages listeners to join the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation.
Outdoor writer and blogger Patrick Durkin weighs in on key questions Wisconsin residents will have a chance to vote on when the Wisconsin Conservation Congress spring hearings begin on Monday, April 11 at 7:00 p.m. (dnr.wisconsin.gov, patrickdurkinoutdoors.com) Barbara Baker, president of the Castle Rock Petenwell Lakes Association, executive director of the Juneau County Visitors Bureau, and owner of Country Cruisin Kayaks and Canoes on the Lemonweir River, talks about the impact of recent flooding on the river and her business, and invites listeners to paddle on one of three trips she offers this summer. (castlerock-petenwell.com, wiwf.org) In the Madison Outdoors Report, D and S Bait, Tackle and Fly shop owner Pat Hasburgh reports some panfish action in shallow bays and inlets on the Madison chain and good stream trout action south of Madison. (dsbait.com)

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 30, 2022
Show 1714: Plan now to book a Lake Michigan charter. The Range of Richfield has guns, ammo, and Liberty safes in stock, so stop in soon as supplies may not last. Florence County, Wisconsin offers great fishing for trout, bass, muskies, and walleyes. Enjoy fast catch and release fishing action now on Driftless Area trout streams. Jeff reports some walleye action on the Wisconsin River. Dan scouts for turkeys and hunts for shed antlers.
Charter captain Dan Welsch reports the spring trolling season on Lake Michigan should start soon with early ice-out. He hopes for calmer weather this year, as last year extended periods of high winds made fishing challenging. (dumperdan.com, wiwf.org) Range of Richfield president Jim Babiasz announces April classes, events and sales at the Range. (therangewi.com) Florence County Economic Development director Wendy Gehlhoff and Wisconsin DNR fisheries biologist Greg Matzke talk about spring and summer fishing opportunities in Florence County, Wisconsin. (https://www.exploreflorencecounty.com/, dnr.wisconsin.gov) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports walleyes are hitting on the Wisconsin River, although anglers are catching mostly smaller males. Trout fishing action has been very good on Driftless Area streams. (dsbait.com)

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 23, 2022
Show 1713: Plan now for the ultimate fishing trip to the Amazon jungle for peacock bass. New coalition looks at the impact of severe weather on outdoor recreation. Two-wheeled vehicles are gaining popularity thanks to high fuel prices. Southern Wisconsin trout streams offer good fishing now. Debernardi and Wilson win MWC tournament in Spring Valley, Illinois. Wisconsin Conservation Congress spring hearings are virtual again this year, starting at 7 p.m. on April 11.
Dan Ebert, principal and consultant with The Ebert Group, talks about the efforts of a new coalition to address the impacts of severe weather events on outdoor recreation in Wisconsin. (https://wiwf.org/) Dr. Paul Reiss, president of Acute Angling, talks about fishing opportunities for giant peacock bass in the Amazon jungle of Brazil. (https://www.acuteangling.com/) Remy Battery president Mike Moeller offers advice for keeping batteries in all recreational vehicles in top working order and says more people are turning to motorcycles, motorbikes, and scooters because of higher fuel prices. (https://remybattery.com/) In the Madison Outdoors Report, Pat Hasburgh, owner of D and S Bait, Tackle and Fly shop in Madison, reports walleyes are starting to move into area rivers, shore anglers are fishing the Madison chain, and trout streams offer good fishing now. (http://www.dsbait.com/)

THURSDAY - MARCH 17, 2022
Show 1712: Open Season Sportsmans Expo set for next weekend at Kalahari Resort in the Dells. New coalition will address the impact of severe weather events on outdoor recreation. Art Helin shares advice for patterning mature whitetails. Sign up now for spring hunter education classes. Wisconsin River spring walleye action is under way. Trout are hitting streamers in Coulee Country streams. Jeff heads to Spring Valley, Illinois for the first MWC walleye tournament of the year. Leftover spring turkey permits go on sale March 21.
Dan Ebert, principal and consultant with The Ebert Group, talks about the coalition of sporting, environmental and agricultural groups that have come together to address the impacts of severe weather events on agriculture, outdoor recreation and other aspects of life in Wisconsin. (https://wiwf.org/) TV host, land management consultant and hunting guide Art Helin shares advice on how to pattern mature whitetail bucks, the subject of his seminar at the Open Season Sportsmans Expo, March 25-27 at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. (https://arthelinoutdoors.com/, https://www.openseasonsportsmansexpo.com/) Wisconsin DNR conservation warden and hunter education administrator Jon King talks about hunter education classes and learn-to-hunt opportunities for new hunters. (https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/Education/OutdoorSkills/safetyEducation) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports on early season walleye action on the Wisconsin River and trout fishing opportunities in Driftless Area streams.

THURSDAY - MARCH 10, 2022
Show 1711: Tell us how extreme weather events have affected your hunting and fishing. Learn aggressive turkey calling techniques from a champion. Travel back in time to explore Yellowstone before it became a national park. Join muskie anglers for a spring fundraiser. Jeff continues his ice fishing odyssey. Dan announces his team will post live on Facebook daily from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show.
Mark LaBarbera, executive director of the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, announces a new initiative to seek out listener stories that show the impact, whether good or bad, of severe weather events on hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation. (wiwf.org) Gobbler Geek, turkey call and decoy manufacturer, and wildlife artist Jeff Fredrick offers aggressive calling tips to make this your best turkey season ever, the subject of his seminars at the Open Season Sportsmans Expo, March 25-27 at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. (fredrickchampionschoice.com, openseasonsportsmansexpo.com) Author David Galloway talks about his historical time travel novel, Burning Ground, set in Yellowstone National Park in two centuries. (dagalloway.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf invites listeners to check out new fishing gear for 2022 at Cabelas in Sun Prairie, March 12 and March 18-19 and to attend the Capital City Muskies Inc. Spring Fling on April 2. (cabelas.com, capitalcitymuskiesinc.org)

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 2, 2022
Show 1710: Enjoy the excitement of uphill truck drag racing March 12 in Florence County. Freedom Boat Club offers the boating lifestyle without the hassle of boat ownership and maintenance. Learn to hunt predators at the Open Season Sportsmans Expo in the Dells. BOW offers a learn to hunt turkeys class for novice hunters. Jeff continues to explore Central Wisconsin panfish lakes.
Leanne Kosinski, Midwest regional marketing director for Freedom Boat Club, invites listeners to visit their booth and check out membership options at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show, March 10-13 at State Fair Park. (jssportsshow.com, freedomboatclub.com) Long-time member of the Wisconsin Conservation Congress and director of the Wisconsin Bowhunters Association Mike Brust offers advice for predator hunting, the topic of his seminars at the Open Season Sportsmans Expo, March 25-27 at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. (openseasonsportsmansexpo.com) Wendy Gehlhoff, executive director of Florence County Economic Development, invites listeners to attend the third annual Keyes Peak Uphill Truck Drags, March 12. (exploreflorencecounty.com) Peggy Farrell, director of Becoming an Outdoors-Woman, announces four BOW learn to hunt turkeys events for novice hunters. (uwsp.edu) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports decent panfish action on the Madison chain and says fishing should keep improving over the next few weeks. (dsbait.com) Last chance to win tickets to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show (jssportsshow.com). To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email [email protected] Mention the Sports Show and leave your name and number or email address.

WEDNESDAY - FEBRUARY 23, 2022
Show 1709: Sign up for March classes at The Range of Richfield. Check out new gear from Nica Shooting at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show at State Fair Park , March 10-13. Get advice on creating an elite whitetail hunting property at the Open Season Sportsmans Expo, March 25-27 in Wisconsin Dells. Gene Dellinger bids farewell at D and S Bait in Madison. Dan shoots a rabbit video. Jeff gives his son Robert a .243 Henry rifle for his 9th birthday.
Jim Babiasz announces March classes and events at The Range of Richfield. (therangewi.com) Caitlyn Mason, president of Nica Shooting, tells the story of the family-owned company origins and reveals what she will be displaying and selling at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show, March 10-13 at State Fair Park. (nicashooting.com, jssportsshow.com) Kevin Boyer offers advice for creating an elite whitetail hunting property, the topic of his seminar at the Open Season Sportsman's Expo, March 25-27 at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. (openseasonsportsmansexpo.com, realworldwildlifeproducts.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, we wish D and S Bait proprietor Gene Dellinger well in his retirement and welcome the new owner, Pat Hasburgh. (dsbait.com) Win tickets to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show (jssportsshow.com). To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email [email protected]. Mention the Sports Show and leave your name and number or email address.

WEDNESDAY - FEBRUARY 16, 2022
Show 1708: Sign up soon for a DNR outdoor skills safety course. Check out the Remy Battery 1966 Ford F-100 at Milwaukee World of Wheels, Feb. 25-27. See the new Mercury outboards for 2022 on display at the Milwaukee Sports Show, Mar. 10-13. Learn predator trapping skills at the Open Season Sportsmans Expo, Mar. 25-27 at Kalahari Resort in the Dells. Try ice fishing for panfish on Lakes Mendota or Monona. Dan takes a week off. Jeff reports on his ice fishing success.
Wisconsin DNR outdoors skills trainer Linda Xiong encourages listeners to sign up for an outdoor skills safety education class. (dnr.wisconsin.gov) Mike Moeller, president of Remy Battery, invites listeners to check out the 1966 Ford F-100 delivery truck on display at the World of Wheels at State Fair Park, Feb. 25-27. (remybattery.com, autorama.com) Deb Priepke, Mercury Marine business district manager for WI, IL & IA, talks about the new outboards on display at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show, March 10-13 at State Fair Park. (https://jssportsshow.com/, mercurymarine.com) Alan Probst, host of Wild Sportsman on the Sportsman Channel, invites listeners to learn about trapping at his seminars at the Open Season Sportsmans Expo, Mar. 25-27 at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. (openseasonsportsmansexpo.com, thesportsmanchannel.com) Everyone is welcome at the SCI Badgerland Hunters Expo, Feb. 18-19 at Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells. You can also participate in the online auction. (scibadgerland.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports on current ice fishing conditions in the Madison area. (dsbait.com) Win tickets to the Wisconsin Fishing Expo (wifishexpo.com). To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email [email protected]. Mention the expo and leave your name and number or email address.

THURSDAY - FEBRUARY 10, 2022
Show 1707: Sports Show Season is here. Enjoy the great seminar lineup at the Wisconsin Fishing Expo. See the Jordan buck and other monster whitetails at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show. Archery expert Byron Ferguson headlines the Open Season Sportsmans Expo. Jeff lands big bluegills through the ice. Dan goes sight fishing for brook trout.
Dan Durbin, co-owner and promoter of the Wisconsin Fishing Expo, says great seminar speakers, new boats, fishing tackle and fun for kids await attendees at the expo at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Feb. 25-27. (wifishexpo.com) Marlin Laidlaw, president of the Wisconsin Buck and Bear Club, talks about the display of Wisconsin trophy whitetails, including the Jordan, Haske, and Bocook bucks at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show at State Fair Park, Mar. 10-13. (jssportsshow.com) Archery exhibition shooter Byron Ferguson talks about the second edition of his book Become the Arrow, and his show at the Open Season Sportsmans Expo at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, Mar. 25-27. (openseasonsportsmansexpo.com) Everyone is welcome at the SCI Badgerland Hunters Expo, Feb. 18-19 at Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells. You can also participate in the online auction. (scibadgerland.com/) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf encourages listeners to attend the Muskie Expo, Feb. 11-13 at Washington County Fair Park in West Bend. (muskieexpo.com/milwaukee/) Win tickets to the Wisconsin Fishing Expo. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email [email protected]. Mention the expo and leave your name and number or email address.

THURSDAY - FEBRUARY 3, 2022
Show 1706: Meet top guides, outfitters and speakers at the Milwaukee Muskie Expo, Feb. 11-13 in West Bend. Learn to ice fish with free programs in Madison and Milwaukee. The Open Season Sportsmans Expo returns to Kalahari Resort in the Dells, March 25-27. Mendota produces some jumbo perch as bite continues strong. Jeff scouts new panfish and bass lakes in Central Wisconsin. SCI Badgerland Hunters Expo offers outfitter and taxidermy exhibits, two banquets, raffles and virtual and live auctions, Feb. 18 and 19 at Chula Vista Resort in the Dells.
Director Mike Veserat announces exhibitor and speaker line up for the Milwaukee Muskie Expo, Feb. 11, 12 and 13 at Washington County Fair Park in West Bend. (muskieexpo.com/milwaukee/) Wisconsin DNR angler outreach specialist Theresa Stabo invites listeners to attend a learn to ice fish for food class for adults in Madison, Feb. 16, 17 and 19, and ice fishing clinics for kids at two parks in Milwaukee, Feb. 12. (dnr.wisconsin.gov) Chris O'Hara, director of the Open Season Sportsmans Expo, reveals highlights of the expo at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, March 25-27. (openseasonsportsmansexpo.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, D and S Bait proprietor Gene Dellinger reports good perch and bluegill action on lakes Mendota and Monona, with spotty action on Waubesa, Kegonsa and other area lakes. (dsbait.com)

WEDNESDAY - JANUARY 26, 2022
Show 1705: Family effort scores a monster Wisconsin whitetail. Celebrate Valentines Day with your sweetie at the Range of Richfield. Jeff keeps nailing those panfish through the ice. Dan tries snow cleaning sheepskins and skins a rooster for a feather art project by Jeff Fredrick.
Jordan and Greta Yira tell the story of a buck they named Hank the Tank and how they got him after four years of hard hunting. (outdoorlife.com) Range of Richfield president Jim Babiasz announces February events and classes at the range. (therangewi.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, D and S Bait proprietor Gene Dellinger reports good ice throughout the Madison chain and decent panfish action on lakes Mendota and Monona, with scattered action on Waubesa, Kegonsa and other are lakes. (dsbait.com)

WEDNESDAY - JANUARY 19, 2022
Show 1704: Check out Crestliner, Manitou, Caymas and Bentley boats at the Cedar Lake Sales exhibit this week at the Milwaukee Boat Show. Sign up now for hunter education classes and learn to hunt turkey events. Chronic wasting disease impacts most Wisconsin counties after more positive cases are found during the 2021 deer seasons. Ice fishing action is picking up on the Madison chain. Jeff uses the Honda Pioneer 1000 UTV for ice fishing. Dan talks about winter rabbit hunts.
Alan Bell, vice-president of Cedar Lake Sales in West Bend, Wisconsin, invites listeners to check out the display of fishing boats, runabouts and pontoons in the Cedar Lake Sales display at the Milwaukee Boat Show this week. (showspan.com/mbs/, cedarlakesales.co/) Bob Nack, Wisconsin DNR angler and hunter recruitment team leader, encourages listeners to sign up novice hunters for spring hunter education courses and learn to hunt turkey events. (dnr.wisconsin.gov) Outdoor writer and blogger Patrick Durkin reviews the dramatic increase in chronic wasting disease infections in deer taken during the 2021 season. (patrickdurkinoutdoors.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports he is catching panfish, pike and walleyes on the Madison chain and that anglers are catching fish on all the Madison lakes. (dsbait.com)

THURSDAY - JANUARY 13, 2022
Show 1703: Discount advance-sale tickets to the Milwaukee Boat Show available now online. Keep batteries in good condition or carry a battery pack to jump start your auto, snowmobile, or recreational vehicle this winter. Madison area lakes have fishable ice. Jeff heads to Oklahoma to prepare for another season of fishing tournaments. Dan strikes out on the last day of fall turkey season.
Producer Henri Boucher announces highlights of the Milwaukee Boat Show, including more than 300 boats from 75 manufacturers, plus boat docks and accessories, a Tuber's Truckload Sale, and Twiggy the Waterskiing Squirrel. (showspan.com/mbs/) Mike Moeller, president of Remy Battery in Milwaukee, Escanaba and Houghton, offers advice for keeping auto, truck and recreational vehicle batteries performing in cold weather. (remybattery.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, DS Bait proprietor Gene Dellinger reports all lakes in the Madison area are frozen over and anglers are catching fish, but ice in some areas is too thin for safe access. (dsbait.com)

WEDNESDAY - JANUARY 5, 2022
Show 1702: Meet the first hunter to take all 29 North American big game species with a barebow. Sign up now for January classes and winter leagues at the Range of Richfield. Madison area ice fishing should improve with colder weather. Jeff scores some nice panfish through the ice. Dan reports none of the deer his group shot in the 2021 gun season tested positive for CWD.
Dennis Dunn shares highlights of his quest to upgrade to record-book status his tally of all 29 North American big-game species with a bare bow (no sights). (barebows.com) Range of Richfield president Jim Babiasz announces January classes, leagues, and other activities at the range. (therangewi.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports decent panfish action on Lake Monona, but says good ice fishing is a week or so away in the Madison area. (dsbait./)

THURSDAY - DECEMBER 30, 2021
Show 1701: Happy New Year from Outdoors Radio. Join the Hardwater Freaks at the annual Ice Fishing Bash and fundraiser on Petenwell Flowage Jan. 29. Crappie Hippie John King talks about unleaded lures. Rare opportunity to book an Alaska moose hunt in 2022. Learn about new HT ice fishing gear on the Outdoor Trade Show Network Facebook page on Jan. 2. Jeff scores some nice panfish on a new lake. Dan explains CWD test results.
Crappie Hippie John King invites anglers to go lead free this year to help protect loons and other waterfowl from lead poisoning. (lurelovepodcast.com) Hardwater Freaks founder Max Zaruba invites listeners to attend the annual Hardwater Freaks Ice Event and fundraiser, January 29 at Lure Bar and Grill on Petenwell Flowage. (facebook.com/hardwaterfreaks/, facebook.com/lure.bar/) Alaska hunting guide and outfitter Kent Kaiser offers listeners a chance to book a DIY moose hunt in September of 2022 or a caribou hunt in 2023. (alaskanquest.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf invites listeners to visit the Outdoor Trade Show Network Facebook page at 5:00 p.m. on January 2 to watch his video review of five new ice fishing items by HT Enterprises, one of the oldest fishing tackle companies in Wisconsin. The Packers play a night game against the Vikings that day, so you can watch the video and then watch the game. (facebook.com/officialotsc/, htent.com)

WEDNESDAY - DECEMBER 22, 2021
Show 1652: Merry Christmas from Outdoors Radio. Santa pays Dan a visit. Lure Love podcast co-hosts Tim and Lucy talk about Wisconsin lure makers. Working Class Bowhunter podcast host Curt Geier discusses his plans for 2022. Jeff scores some panfish through the ice on the Wisconsin River. Dan plans to hunt the Holiday Deer Hunt this coming week.
Santa wishes everyone a Merry Christmas from the North Pole. (en.wikipedia.org) Tim Bete and Lucy the Lure Matic Computer, of the Lure Love podcast, share the history of iconic Wisconsin lure makers Suick, Uncle Josh and Mepps. (lurelovepodcast.com) Curt Geier, host of the Working Class Bowhunter podcast, talks about his new venture with Working Class on DeerCast. (workingclassbowhunter.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, Gene Dellinger, proprietor of D and S Bait and Tackle, reports ice conditions have deteriorated but anglers are fishing open water with some success on the Madison chain. (dsbait.com)

WEDNESDAY - DECEMBER 15, 2021
Show 1651: Wisconsin high school ice fishing championship set for February 19. Keep an eye out for wandering elk. Dine in style on winter outings with Now Outdoors Expeditions. Supply chain issues may make ice fishing gear hard to find later this winter, so buy what you need now. Jeff scores a doe during the antlerless season. Dan strikes out while hunting in Bayfield County.
Wisconsin Interscholastic Fishing Association president Ted Bonde invites listeners to sign up their schools for the WIFA State Championship, Feb. 19 on Castle Rock and Petenwell flowages. (studentfishing.com) Scott Roepke, Wisconsin DNR Black River Falls area wildlife supervisor, talks about the wandering bull elk seen in southern and northern Wisconsin this fall. (dnr.wisconsin.gov) Nick Gordon, founder and CEO of Now Outdoors Expeditions, returns to talk about gourmet meals on winter campouts and invite listeners to attend his winter expeditions, including the annual Frozen Butt Hang on January 7. (.nowoutdoors.org/expeditions/) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports there is no safe ice on the Madison chain and warns anglers that ice fishing gear may be in short supply this winter. (dsbait.com)

THURSDAY - DECEMBER 9, 2021
Show 1650: Sigurd Olson journals reveal private side of the famous nature writer. Time to get snowmobiles ready for winter trail riding. Ruffed grouse winter survival tactics and hunting opportunities. Madison lakes still offer open water fishing if you can launch your boat or fish from shore. Jeff scores a muzzleloader buck. Dan adds a new ram to his sheep flock and heads back to Bayfield County for antlerless season.
Remy Battery president Mike Moeller offers advice for keeping snowmobile batteries in top condition for winter outings. (remybattery.com) Jon Steigerwaldt, Great Lakes and Upper Midwest forest conservation director for the Ruffed Grouse and American Woodcock societies, recaps the ruffed grouse season and talks about grouse behavior in winter. (ruffedgrousesociety.org) Retired UW-Milwaukee professor David Backes talks about his latest book, A Private Wilderness, the Journals of Sigurd F. Olson. (davidjbackes.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield says there are still some open-water fishing opportunities in the Madison area, although some landings are frozen over. Anglers are catching bluegills through early ice on Cherokee Marsh. Ron will present a virtual seminar on ice fishing for D and S Bait on Dec. 16. (dsbait.com)

WEDNESDAY - DECEMBER 1, 2021
Show 1649: Winter hammock camping in style. New book and documentary chronicle the Chinook salmon spawning odyssey from the Pacific to Yankee Fork, Idaho. Explore the Amazon rainforest with the Matis tribe and Now Outdoors. Help Muskies, Inc. support Madison area fisheries. Jeff and Dan wrap up the 2021 gun deer season with more deer harvested.
Outdoor writer and videographer Kris Millgate talks about her new book, My Place Among Fish, and her documentary, Ocean to Idaho. (tightlinemedia.com) Nick Gordon, founder and CEO of Now Outdoors Expeditions, shares stories from his recent Amazon adventure and invites listeners to join him for the annual Frozen Butt Hang winter camping outing on January 7. (nowoutdoors.org/expeditions/) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports fishing action is slow on the Madison chain and invites listeners to attend the Capital City Chapter of Muskies, Inc. seminar and fundraiser with Pete Maina, December 13 at Bowl-A-Vard Lanes in Madison. (capitalcitymuskiesinc.org)

TUESDAY - NOVEMBER 23, 2021
Show 1648: Second week of Deer Camp report. December events at the Range of Richfield. Winter fun at Wild Eagle Lodge. Great hunting and fishing books for kids. Ron Barefield reports on opening weekend of deer hunting and says fall fishing is still going strong. Jeff and Dan report on their opening weekend of deer hunting.
Range of Richfield president Jim Babiasz announces Black Friday sales and December events at the Range. (therangewi.com) Justin Behling, general manager of Wild Eagle Lodge in Eagle River, Wisconsin, invites listeners to stay at Wild Eagle Lodge and attend the World Championship Snowmobile Derby and Pond Hockey National Championships this winter. (wildeaglelodge.com, derbycomplex.com, usahockey.com/pondhockey) Childrens book author Kevin Lovegreen talks about his award winning series of hunting and fishing books for young readers. (kevinlovegreen.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports on fall fishing action and his opening weekend deer hunt.

WEDNESDAY - NOVEMBER 17, 2021
Show 1647: Scent control can improve your deer hunting success. Pattern bucks on public land before you hunt them. Charity pheasant hunt raises funds to take veterans, children and others outdoors. Jeff heads to deer camp in Marquette County. Dan hunts Bayfield County.
Paul Marion, director of marketing for the Wildlife Research Center, offers advice for scent management for gun and bow hunting. (wildlife.com) Huntworth Gear pro-staffer Bernie Barringer shares tips for successful DIY deer hunts on public land. (https://huntworthgear.com/, bucksbullsbears.com, youtube.com) Rick Rollo talks about the 24th Big Al Charity Pheasant Hunt and the programs that event has sponsored over the years. (bigalcharityhunt.com, wernvalley.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports muskie action is slow on the Madison chain, but good in northern Wisconsin.

WEDNESDAY - NOVEMBER 10, 2021
Show 1646: Deer Hunt Wisconsin 2021 TV Special will air starting Thursday, November 11. Tips for a safe and successful deer hunt. New book focuses on fragile shoreline habitats in Door County. November kayak camping in the Apostle Islands. Advice for bowhunting the rut. Jeff heads to the family farm for a few days of bowhunting. Dan reports a wolf sighting.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources conservation warden and hunter education administrator Jon King offers tips for making your deer hunt the safest ever. (dnr.wisconsin.gov) Cinnamon Rossman, director of charity giving for the Door County Land Trust, talks about the new book she co-authored, Shoreline at the Edge: Door County's Lakeside Forests and Wetlands and urges listeners to support conservation efforts in the county with the longest shoreline of any county in the U.S. (doorcountylandtrust.org) Kayak instructor Jon Small reports on his latest kayak camping trip in the Apostle Islands of Lake Superior. (bayfield.org) In the Madison Outdoors Report, Pappas Trading Post archery expert JC Chamberlin offers advice for bowhunting the rut. (pappastradingpost.com)

WEDNESDAY - NOVEMBER 3, 2021
Show 1645: This week we are all about deer hunting. Larry Polenske shares stories from his new book. Chris Parish offers good reasons to switch to copper ammo this deer season. Sight in your rifle at Vortex headquarters in Barneveld, Wisconsin. Jeff bags a buck with his truck. Dan wraps up the Deer Hunt Wisconsin TV Special, which will air starting Nov. 11.
Outdoor writer Larry Polenske talks about the inspiration for his new book, God of the Hunt: It's Good to Be Blessed. (amazon.com/God-Hunt-Its-Good-Blessed/) Chris Paris, CEO of The Peregrine Fund and co-founder of the North American Non-Lead Partnership, urges hunters to consider switching to non-toxic ammo for deer hunting this year. (nonleadpartnership.org, nwf.org/Outdoors/Our-Work/Lead-Free-Landscapes/, nwf.org) Mark Boardman, marketing team member for Vortex Optics, invites listeners to come to free sight-in clinics at Vortex headquarters in Barneveld, Wisc. Nov. 8-12. (vortexoptics.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports good fishing action on the Mississippi and Wisconsin rivers and says action on the Madison chain is picking up now that the water is cooling down. (pappastradingpost.com/)

WEDNESDAY - OCTOBER 27, 2021
Show 1644: Dane County judge Jacob Frost halts wolf hunt for now. RGS National Hunt in Grand Rapids, Minn. nets more young birds this year, indicating good recruitment. Veterans and active military personnel shoot free at The Range of Richfield Nov. 11-13. Habitat work and Cuddeback trail cameras help improve Northwoods opportunities for whitetails. Jeff bowhunts on his birthday. Dan attends a nonlead ammo workshop at North Bristol Sportsmens Club.
Jon Steigerwaldt, Great Lakes and Upper Midwest forest conservation director for the Ruffed Grouse and American Woodcock societies, talks about grouse hunting opportunities in Wisconsin and Minnesota and reports on the recent RGS National Hunt, held in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. (ruffedgrousesociety.org) Jim Babiasz, president of the Range of Richfield, announces November classes and events, including free range time for U.S. military personnel and veterans November 11-13. (therangewi.com) Our Northwoods correspondent Jonathan Small reports on his whitetail habitat work and the installation of his new Cuddeback cellular trail cam system in Bayfield County. (whitetailsanctuarysolutions.com, cuddeback.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, Pappas Trading Post archery expert JC Chamberlin offers advice for bowhunting the rut. (pappastradingpost.com)

THURSDAY - OCTOBER 21, 2021
Show 1643: Ruffed grouse hunting and habitat in northern Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota. Expert trailer maintenance tips for fall and winter. Habitat work for white-tailed deer to create a sanctuary for mature bucks. Madison muskie tournament nets some big fish. Jeff scores some nice saugers on the Mississippi River at Lake City, Minn. Dan reports on his recent grouse hunt in Florence County, Wisconsin.
Ashley Peters, director of communications and marketing for the Ruffed Grouse and American Woodcock societies, compares grouse habitat and hunting opportunities across the Upper Midwest. (ruffedgrousesociety.or/) Floe International factory rep Chad Baker talks about the versatility of Floe's CargoMax and VersMax trailers and offers fall and winter maintenance advice for all cargo trailers. (floeintl.com) Our Northwoods correspondent Jonathan Small reports on his whitetail habitat work and the installation of his new Cuddeback cellular trail cam system in Bayfield County. (whitetailsanctuarysolutions.com, cuddeback.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports on the Capital City Chapter of Muskies Inc Fall Muskie Tournament, held October 16 on the Madison chain. (pappastradingpost.com, capitalcitymuskiesinc.org/fmt/)

WEDNESDAY - OCTOBER 13, 2021
Show 1642: Check batteries in all your fall and winter equipment now before cold weather hits. Fall muskie action in Northern Wisconsin will only get better as the water cools. Modern Huck Finn wraps up the report on his Mississippi River adventure. Whitetail bucks will start moving as the weather cools. Jeff and his son Robert go squirrel hunting. Dan and his son compete in the Treelands Premier Musky Fly Fishing Championships.
Mike Moeller, president of Remy Battery Company, warns listeners to act soon if they need new batteries for ATVs, snowmobiles, and specialty items, like spinning wing duck decoys, as supplies may be limited as the weather gets colder. (remybattery.com) Fishing guide Brad Bohen recaps the Sixth Annual Treelands Premier Musky Fly Fishing Championships held last weekend in Hayward. (treelandresorts.com) Retired Wisconsin DNR fisheries biologist Kurt Welke returns to finish the report on his recent 180-mile float trip down the Mississippi River aboard a pontoon boat he modified for this Huck Finn style adventure. (https://www.facebook.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, JC Chamberlin, of Pappas Trading Post, says now is the time to be in the woods because pre-rut buck activity should start soon. (pappastradingpost.com)

WEDNESDAY - OCTOBER 6, 2021
Show 1641: A modern Huck Finn adventure on the Mississippi River. Florence County, Wisconsin fall colors, grouse hunting and muskie fishing action are all peaking now. MOJO Decoys can improve your duck hunting success. Panfish action remains good on the Madison lakes. Jeff reports on the MWC Walleye World Championship held last weekend at Lake City, Minn. Dan shoots scenes for his Deer Hunt Wisconsin TV Special in Bayfield County and joins his son to fish in the Treelands Premier Muskie Fly Fishing Championship in Hayward, Wisc.
Wendy Gehlhoff, director of Florence County Economic Development, invites listeners to explore Florence County, Wisconsin this month for grouse hunting, muskie fishing, scenic waterfalls, hiking and ATV/UTV trails and spectacular fall colors. (exploreflorencecounty.com) Terry Denmon, creator of MOJO Decoys, offers tips for using spinning-wing and other motion decoys for successful waterfowl hunting. (mojooutdoors.com) Retired Wisconsin DNR fisheries biologist Kurt Welke reports on his recent 180-mile float trip down the Mississippi River aboard a pontoon boat he modified for this Huck Finn style adventure. (facebook.com/profile.php?id=100017448214965) In the Madison Outdoors Report, D and S Bait and Tackle proprietor Gene Dellinger reports panfish action remains good on the Madison chain and Lake Koshkonong. He urges ice fisherman who need new augers and other gear to act now while supplies are in stock. (pappastradingpost.com, dsbait.com)

TUESDAY - SEPTEMBER 28, 2021
Show 1640: Sign up for October classes at The Range of Richfield. Learn how to capitalize on chance events in the outdoors. Hunt food plots, water holes and oak stands for early-season bowhunting success. Jeff heads to Lake City, Minn. to emcee the Bass Pro Shops/Cabelas MWC World Walleye Championship. Dan competes in the annual Dave Cook Memorial Shooting for Scholarships sporting clays event.
Jim Babiasz, president of the Range of Richfield, announces October classes and events at the range, including the popular Zombie Shoot with spooky targets, Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (therangewi.com) Dr. Neil Farber, author of Serendipity, utilizing everyday unexpected events to improve your life and career, shares tips for making the most of such events to improve our success in outdoor pursuits. (neiljfarber.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, Pappas Trading Post owner Randy Smith says a strong acorn crop means oak woodlots can be a good choice for early-season bowhunting and says it's never too late to establish a water hole if the weather remains warm and dry. (pappastradingpost.com)

WEDNESDAY - SEPTEMBER 22, 2021
Show 1639: Spinning-wing decoys can turn your dove and duck hunting success around. Debunking the myth that bears have poor eyesight. Peshtigo commemorates the worst forest fire disaster in American history September 24-26. Jeff reports on the Masters Walleye Circuit tournament at Cass Lake, Minnesota. Dan picks up his new Floe CargoMax trailer.
Cathi Malke, mayor of Peshtigo, Wisconsin, recounts the story of the Peshtigo Fire and invites listeners to attend the Peshtigo Historical Day events this weekend commemorating the 150th anniversary of the fire and the thousands who died there. (peshtigohistoricalday.com) Terry Denmon, owner of MOJO Outdoors and host of MOJO-TV on the Sportsman Channel and MOJO Migration on the Pursuit Channel, offers tips for hunting doves and pigeons with spinning-wing decoys. (mojooutdoors.com) Huntworth Gear pro-staffer Bernie Barringer debunks several myths about the eyesight of black bears and tells the incredible story of two gigantic world-class whitetail bucks that won't make the record books. (huntworthgear.com, bucksbullsbears.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports on another successful muskie outing on Lake X in Sawyer County and says the bite has been slow on the Madison lakes. (pappastradingpost.com)

THURSDAY - SEPTEMBER 16, 2021
Show 1638: Jeff Kolodzinski breaks his own record for the most fish caught in 24 hours to raise funds for Fishing for Life and local first responders in Spring Valley, Ill. Cackle Creek offers great upland hunting close to Milwaukee and Madison. Dumper Dan wraps up a fantastic charter season on Lake Michigan. Jeff reports on the Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament. Dan Welcomes new listeners on Your Country 92.1 FM, WYRQ in Little Falls, Minn.
Charter captain Dan Welsch, proprietor of Dumper Dan Sportfishing Charters, wraps up his Lake Michigan fishing reports for this season with good news--mature king salmon are starting to move closer to shore and into harbors and rivers. (dumperdan.com) Jody Kehl, owner of Cackle Creek Game Preserve, invites listeners to enjoy a classic hunt for pheasants, bobwhite quail or chukars at Cackle Creek this fall. (cacklecreek.net) Marathon Man Jeff Kolodzinski, fishing products brand manager for Johnson Outdoors, reports on his 24-hour effort to catch one fish to commemorate every life lost in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 and set a new world record. (marathonmanfishing.com, givemn.org/organization/Fishing-For-Life/) In the Madison Outdoors Report, archery expert JC Chamberlin offers advice for early-season bowhunting and previews his Wyoming elk hunt. (pappastradingpost.com)

THURSDAY - SEPTEMBER 9, 2021
Show 1637: Ruffed grouse season opens Sept. 18 in Wisconsin, Minnesota and South Dakota, Sept. 15 in Michigan. Woodcock opens Sept. 25 in WI, MN, and MI. RGS staffer offers advice for new grouse hunters. Fall colors and fun welcome visitors in Florence County. Psychologist shares tips for making family camping fun. Wisconsin River bass and walleye action is strong. Jeff heads for the Sturgeon Bay Open Bass Tournament. Dan reports more deer sightings.
Ruffed Grouse Society director of communications and marketing Ashley Peters encourages women to try hunting grouse, woodcock and other upland game. (ruffedgrousesociety.org) Wendy Gehlhoff, director of Florence County Economic Development, invites listeners to explore Florence County this fall for some great grouse hunting, ATV trail riding, fishing and fall color tours. (exploreflorencecounty.com) Vorsheer chief growth officer Mark Mauzy offers advice to help make family camping trips more enjoyable for kids. (vorsheershop.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, McFarland guide Ron Barefield reports fishing action is improving on the Wisconsin River, thanks to cooler weather. (pappastradingpost.com)

THURSDAY - SEPTEMBER 2, 2021
Show 1636: Experts offer advice for successful family trailer camping. Teenager shares the excitement of her first African big game hunt. Lake Michigan salmon action continues strong off Sheboygan. Jeff reports on his camping trip with his son on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage. Dan welcomes another new station to the Outdoors Radio network: KCCR in Pierre, SD.
Vorsheer owner Steve McCloud and chief growth officer Mark Mauzy talk about Vorsheer's off-road camping trailers and offer advice to make family camping trips a positive experience for all. (vorsheershop.com) Maddy McHugh and her stepfather Chris Benzing talk about their recent big game hunt in Namibia.( afrihuntsafaris.com) Charter captain Dumper Dan Welsch reports big king salmon are moving closer to shore on Lake Michigan off Sheboygan (dumperdan.com, facebook.com/RanierisFourOfAKind) In the Madison Outdoors Report, archery expert JC Chamberlin advises hunters to make sure their safety harness and other gear are in top shape for this year. (pappastradingpost.com)

THURSDAY - AUGUST 26, 2021
Show 1635: The impact of predators on ruffed grouse populations. Get your trailer ready for fall and winter. September classes and more in store at the Range of Richfield. Madison lakes still offer good fishing. Jeff is camping with his son this week on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage. Dan welcomes two new stations to the Outdoors Radio network: WCQM 98Q Country in Park Falls and KAUS 1480 AM, the Voice of Mower County, in Austin, Minn.
Range of Richfield president Jim Babiasz announces September events and classes at the range. (therangewi.com) Jon Steigerwaldt, Upper Midwest and Great Lakes forest conservation director for the Ruffed Grouse and American Woodcock societies, discusses the impact of predators on grouse populations. (ruffedgrousesociety.org) Chad Baker, factory representative for Floe International, offers advice for trailer maintenance as the fall and winter towing seasons draw near. (floeintl.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, pro angler Duffy Kopf reports mixed bag action for muskies, pike, walleyes, bass and panfish on the Madison chain. (pappastradingpost.com)

WEDNESDAY - AUGUST 18, 2021
Show 1634: First annual Wisconsin Waterfowl Hunters Expo Aug. 28 in Oshkosh. Lake Michigan action continues strong off Sheboygan. Time to think about storing recreational vehicle batteries. Countdown to bow season--get your bow or crossbow ready for hunting. Jeff reports on the Masters Walleye Circuit tournament held at Sault Ste. Marie. Dan cleans up flood damage and reminds listeners of hunting permit deadlines.
Charter captain Dumper Dan Welsch reports fast action for salmon, lake trout and steelhead continues in Lake Michigan off Sheboygan. (dumperdan.com) Mike Moeller, president of Remy Battery in Milwaukee, offers advice for keeping recreational vehicle batteries charged during the off-season. (remybattery.com) Don Kirby invites listeners to attend the first annual Wisconsin Waterfowl Hunters Expo, Aug. 28 at Sunnyview Expo Center in Oshkosh. (waterfowlhuntersexpo.com) In the Madison Outdoors Report, archery expert JC Chamberlin offers tips for tuning bows, choosing arrows and shooting before bow season opens. (pappastradingpost.com)

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