This week, Dan Small Outdoors Radio features Kids Fishing for Tomorrow founder Mike Maas, Oneida Tribe water resources supervisor Jim Snitgen, hunting guide Mark Nissen and archer expert JC Chamberlin. Dan heads to Lake Placid for the Outdoor Writers Association of America conference.
Mike Maas, founder of Kids Fishing for Tomorrow, talks about his new group’s first year and plans for expanding.
Mark Nissen, head guide for Classic Bird Hunts, reports seeing good numbers of grouse on public land in northern Wisconsin and forecasts a good season.
Jim Snitgen, water resources supervisor for the Wisconsin Oneida Tribe, reports on a fish passage project on Duck Creek designed to increase aquatic habitat and prevent the spread of invasive species.
Exclusive to podcast and FM 100.5 ESPN broadcast: Pappas Trading Post archery expert JC Chamberlin offers last-minute advice for bowhunters preparing for next weekend’s opener.
Last week to enter our summer giveaway for a fishing, lodging, meals and tackle package on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage in Mercer, Wisconsin, worth more than $1,300: three nights lodging for two at Angler’s Paradise, dinner at Gateway Lodge, lunch at Subway of Mercer, guided fishing for walleyes with Doc Sabec and muskies with Bobby Orr, $30 in Mercer Loon Dollars and a Shimano Convergence walleye rod and Symetre reel. To enter, log onto www.mercercc.com, click on “Enter to Win,” and look for the Dan Small Outdoors Radio giveaway. Deadline to enter is September 15.
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