This week, Dan Small Outdoors Radio features bowhunting expert Ron Bice, outdoor educator Mark LaBarbera, game farm supervisor Bob Nack, trading post manager Dan Yeager and fishing guide Ron Barefield. Jeff gears up for a brat fry to benefit the USA Ice Team Oct. 13 in Sheboygan. Dan reports on Milford Hills Hunt Club Trading Post’s Grand Opening.

Ron Bice, communications director for Wildlife Research Center, tells how he arrowed a monster buck on the opening weekend of Minnesota’s bow season. (

Mark LaBarbera, founder of the Outdoor Heritage Education Center, talks about OHEC’s programs to get more kids into hunting and fishing.

Bob Nack, supervisor of the State Game Farm at Poynette, talks about pheasant stocking and efforts to recruit new hunters through Learn-to-Hunt events. (

Dan Yeager, trading post manager at Milford Hills Hunt Club, shares advice to help hunters prepare for the firearms deer season. (

In the Madison Outdoors Report, Madison area guide Ron Barefield reports fishing action is improving on the Madison chain and Wisconsin River as fall progresses, but says boaters must be careful on the river because of very low water.

October giveaway: Fall fishing and lodging package on Minnesota’s Lake of the Woods. The winner will receive two nights lodging at Wigwam Resort ( and a full day charter fishing trip for this month or next. Trip can be upgraded at winner’s expense. To enter the drawing email, or call 800-372-FISH. Leave your email address and phone number and sign up for the weekly fishing report. Be sure to say you want to enter the Outdoors Radio fall fishing package giveaway.

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