Northwestern Outdoors Radio, heard on stations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho, has now expanded to a fourth state – Montana! Host John Kruse’s hour-long show focusing on fishing, hunting and outdoor recreation in the Northwestern United States will now be heard Saturday mornings at 6 AM on KBSR 1490 in Billings and Laurel, KYLW 1450 in Billings and Lockwood, and KHDN in Hardin. All three stations are part of the Big Sky Radio Network. Northwestern Outdoors Radio can also be heard Sunday mornings at 5 AM on KBLL 1240, a Cherry Creek Radio station located in the state capitol of Helena.
These additions mean Northwestern Outdoors Radio is now heard 48 times every week on 37 stations throughout the Northwestern United States. This makes Northwestern Outdoors the fourth largest syndicated outdoor radio show in the nation.
Northwestern Outdoors Radio is produced every week from its flagship station at 560 KPQ in Wenatchee, Washington where it was first heard in October of 2007. The show host and producer is John Kruse, a veteran outdoors writer and broadcaster. In addition to John’s voice, you’ll also hear regular features from Kelsey Hilderbrand with Crosshairs, Kyla Merwin’s Oregon Road Tripper Report and John Quaintance who delivers Insights from the National Shooting Sports Foundation. You can find out more about Northwestern Outdoors Radio, to include a complete list of stations and air times, at www.northwesternoutdoors.com.
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