This week, Dan Small Outdoors Radio features Wisconsin big-game ecologist Kevin Wallenfang, emerald ash borer specialist Mick Skwarok, Wildlife Research Center communications director Ron Bice, Milford Hills Hunt Club general manager Michael Quello, Outdoors Radio newsletter editor Les Booth and Madison tackle dealer Gene Dellinger. Jeff passes on a nice buck. Dan fishes for salmon on the Sheboygan River.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast: Gene Dellinger, proprietor of D&S Bait, Tackle & Archery in Madison, reports fishing has improved on the Madison Chain now that the lakes have turned over. (www.dsbait.com)
DNR big-game ecologist Kevin Wallenfang offers a forecast for Wisconsin’s gun deer season. (www.dnr.wi.gov).
Mick Skwarok, communications specialist for the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, provides an update on the emerald ash borer infestation in Wisconsin. (www.banthebeetle.wi.gov)
Ron Bice, director of communications for Wildlife Research Center, says gun deer hunters should control their human scent just as bow hunters do and offers advice on how to do it. (www.wildlife.com).
Michael Quello, general manger of Milford Hills Hunt Club, urges deer hunters to get their guns cleaned and sighted in now to avoid the last-minute rush. (www.milfordhills.com).
Outdoors Radio Newsletter Editor Les Booth reports on his salmon fishing outing with outdoor writer Jay Campbell and his wife, Karen. (www.ofieldstream.com).
This week’s giveaway – A Supercharged Scent Killer Combo Pack from Wildlife Research, includes 32- and 12-oz. bottles of Scent Killer, a copy of the book Scent Free Secrets, a bottle of Trail’s End 307, a 4-pack of key wicks and a Scent Secrets DVD. Retail value over $50. Call 414-297-7554 and leave your name, phone number and mention the Scent Killer giveaway, or email us at email@example.com.
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