Jim and Trav are coming at us with a summer combo. They’ll tackle fishing with on the water reports, warm weather tactics, baits, presentation, location and more. Then they’ll dive into a big game overview for the fall where guests will tackle fall scouting preparations, trail cameras, new products and more.
Terry Drury is the co-host of the new show Thirteen seen on Outdoor Channel. Terry joins Jim and Trav to talk about this new series and how it is taking an in depth look at 13 different phases of the deer season. The show will provide a look at the way deer change throughout the season and how the hunter and his strategies have to change too. Terry will also analyze the effect that outside pressures have on deer.
Matt Busbice with Wildgame Innovations is here this week with some preseason tips and products. He’ll talk about the importance of trail camera use and why quality and performance when it comes to a camera are so important. He’ll also dish on their new attractant called “Scrape Blaster”, an aerosol powered can that sprays UV enhanced foam to leach into the ground to attract bucks for days. Tune in for more!
Ken Duke is the senior editor of B.A.S.S. magazine and he is dropping in with a fishing report from an Elite Series event in Philadelphia. Mike Iaconelli dominated the event on his home turf and was one of the only anglers able to take his limit every day. More this week!
Pro walleye angler Tommy Skarlis is dropping in to dish his tips for catching more fish using speed trolling. He details what kind of crankbaits are catching bites while trolling at 3 to 4 miles per hour. He’ll also touch on the key to success which focuses less on lure and more on location and structure.
Tiff’s Tips: The Pressure is On
On this week’s installment of Tiff’s Tips, Lee is taking the wheel. He’ll talk about how keeping an everyday low but consistent pressure on the deer you hunt can be beneficial when that short window for deer season rolls around ! Catch The Crush on Outdoor Channel 7:30 p.m. ET on Sundays. Find them at TheCrush.tv.
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