This week, Dan Small Outdoors Radio features Shoot Like a Girl founder Karen Butler, Wisconsin DNR wildlife biologist Jeff Pritzl, Milwaukee Sports Show director Charlie Potter, Madison Fishing Expo director Charlie Grimm, Valuables on Video founder Jim Reinke and Madison-area fishing guide Ron Barefield. Jeff reports on USA Ice Team’s fourth-place finish in the World Ice Fishing Championship. Dan scores big crappies on Petenwell Flowage.

Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast: Madison-area guide Ron Barefield reports fishing is slowing down on the Madison Chain, but there are still opportunities for panfish and catfish. (

Jeff Pritzl, Wisconsin DNR wildlife biologist, discusses Aldo Leopold’s contributions to wildlife management and upcoming Leopold Weekend events. (

Karen Butler, founder of Shoot Like a Girl, shares some tips for women who want to start archery target shooting or hunting, the topic of her seminar at the Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo, April 5-7 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. (,

Jim Reinke, founder of Valuables on Video, offers advice on how to inventory your personal possessions in case of theft, loss or natural disaster, the topic of his seminar at the SCI Wisconsin Chapter Big Game Hunters Expo, March 2 at Olympia Resort in Oconomowoc. (,

Charlie Potter, director of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show, announces new features at this year’s show include Brody the Bear, the Remington Hunting and Fishing Pavilion and an amazing display of whitetail bucks. (

Charlie Grimm highlights the seminars and kids’ activities at this weekend’s 27th annual Madison Fishing Expo, Feb. 22-24 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. (

This month’s giveaway is a Nebulus Flotation Device, designed to float a snowmobile or ATV and its riders in an ice emergency. A $500 value! To get in on the drawing, call 414-297-7554 or email Leave your name and phone number and mention the Nebulus giveaway. We will draw one winner at the end of February.

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