This week, Dan Small Outdoors Radio features Minnesota DNR wildlife biologist Ted Dick, Eagle Spring Lake chairman Tom Day, bowfisher Brian Wallis and Madison tackle dealer Gene Dellinger. Jeff competes in the Wisconsin Carp Fishing Championship Qualifier at Two Rivers. Dan heads to New York to hunt turkeys.
Cambridge, Minnesota DNR area wildlife supervisor Ted Dick reports the long winter and late spring should not have a negative impact on ruffed grouse, but lingering snow might cause problems for migrating woodcock.
Eagle Spring Lake Management District chairman Tom Day describes the lake’s carp removal program and announces the first tagged carp, worth $1,000, was taken on April 15 by bowfisher Brian Wallis.
Successful bowfisher Brian Wallis reveals how he and his dad, Jim Wallis, arrowed the first tagged carp on Eagle Spring Lake that netted them a cool $1,000.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast: Madison tackle dealer Gene Dellinger reports good panfish and catfish action on the Madison Chain and Lake Wisconsin.
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