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This Thanksgiving weekend on Northwestern Outdoors Radio we’ll be taking you to Long Lake near Spokane, Washington to explore a little known triploid trout fishery with the crew from Mack’s Lure.  The fishing is very good here for 13 to 17-9nch rainbows and Steve Morris, owner of SJM Guide Service, will tell you how he gets into the fish this time of year.  Mack’s Lure President Bob Schmidt shares some of the lures that worked well here and also talks about the growth of this company since it was founded in 1969 when the famous Wedding Ring Spinner was invented.  In addition to this Mack’s Lure Pro-Staffer Erik Magnuson will let you know some places to go ice-fishing this winter in Washington State and Justin Wolff, the longtime host and producer of Angler West TV, will let you know how to see his weekly show covering fishing destinations around the Western U.S..    

This holiday weekend on America Outdoors Radio Captain Larry “Mac” McQuarrie, the owner of Sportsman’s Cove Lodge, explains why an Alaskan fishing vacation is the perfect Christmas gift!  Andrw Vavra with Pheasants Forever shares highlights from this season’s Rooster Road Trip.  Karen Hunter has some great advice about buying a firearm for personal defense and getting trained in how to use it after you do.  We’ll also share details about the Bass Pro US Open Championship and get a Lake Erie and Niagara River fishing report from Keith Eshbaugh, the owner of Dutch Fork Custom Lures 
We’ve also got additional content heard exclusively on Seattle Sports Radio 950 KJR Saturday from 7 to 8 AM:

1.  Sportsman’s Warehouse has some fantastic Black Friday weekend sales and we’ll tell you all about them!
2.  The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission caved into anti-hunters and stopped the 2022 spring bear hunt
3.  Huntress and Conservationist Rachel Voss weighs in on the impact of the cancellation of the spring bear season

This week on Northwestern Outdoors Radio Ken McNaughton with the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council talks about the work they are doing building ADA accessible hunting platforms in Eastern Washington to make the outdoors more accessible to individuals who are mobility impaired.  Bob Loomis breaks down the winter trout and kokanee fisheries at Northeast Washington’s Lake Roosevelt and Sara DiRienzo has a bevy of outdoors stories to cover in a news round-up from Wyoming Game and Fish. In addition to this outdoors writer Dennis Dauble will tell you about his new book, “Chasing Ghost Trout”.    

This week on America Outdoors Radio Brian Grossman with the National Deer Association shares how scouring for deer during hunting season can pay big dividends.  Jenn Ballard, the State Veterinarian in Arkansas, shares how an incentive program will allow them to test more harvested deer this fall for Chronic Wasting Disease.  Keith Kellogg tells the tale of his latest hunting trip to Russia where he targeted two different species and ended up bagging something else that was very special.  Finally, Taylor Smith ended up winning second place in the BASS Nation Championship for the second time in three years and will be heading back to the Bassmaster Classic.  He’ll tell you how he got it  done! 


This week on Northwestern Outdoors Radio host John Kruse talks to outdoors writer Rob Phillips about planning a DIY Montana Pheasant hunt.  Guide Steve Huber talks about the winter steelhead trips he offers in Southern Oregon and the saltwater rockfish/crab combo trips he has for you out of Crescent City, California.  We’ll also talk to Steve Caromile with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife about the decline of the trophy walleye fishery on the Columbia and Lower Snake Rivers and why this is occurring. 

This week on America Outdoors Radio we talk to Tanner Kelm and his father Jason about the fantastic tarpon fishing trip they went on thanks to the Hunt of a Lifetime Foundation.  Outdoors personality Mark Kayser shares the incredible story of his very difficult Wyoming elk hunt, Lukas Leaf with Sportsmen for the Boundary Waters has good news about protecting the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Ryan Neeley with Camp Chef joins us to help you cook the perfect wild or domestic turkey in your pellet grill this year! 

This week on Northwestern Outdoors Radio we will introduce you to Rich and Sena Wheeler, the couple behind Sena Sea Seafood that delivers wild caught Alaskan seafood directly to your door!  Dan Ayres with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife talks about the fantastic razor clamming season that is getting underway on the coast of SW Washington and NW Oregon.  Bob Loomis with Mack’s Lure has some advice about how to catch walleye this time of year and Rob Ryan with the Intermountain Fur Harvesters previews an upcoming Pelt Preparation Day that’s free to attend in Northern Idaho on November 13th.    

This week we share an award-winning edition of America Outdoors Radio featuring four interviews that each won first place Excellence in Craft awards from the Outdoor Writers Association of America this year.   We’ll start off chatting with Joey Puettman, the founder of Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation that introduces kids to fly fishing in Wyoming.  Will Brantley, writing for Field and Stream, has some great advice on tag team hunting for turkeys and Walker Smith with helps you overcome Fall bass fishing misconceptions.   Finally, outdoors media personality Steve Rogers has some great advice about buying a bass boat! 

Nothing too scary this Halloween weekend on Northwestern Outdoors Radio, just some fishing and hunting fun!  Guide Joe Moser takes us through a recent Central Washington bighorn sheep hunt and has some great advice about sheep hunting for anyone lucky enough to draw a tag.  Outdoors writer Troy Rodakowski talks about duck hunting and trout fishing opportunities this fall in the Beaver State, Bob Loomis with Mack’s Lure will tell you about a recent Southwest Washington salmon fishing trip and Roger Phillips has an outdoors news roundup from the Idaho Department of Fish and Game covering hunting, poaching, and a new state record fish!  In addition to all of this we’ve also got hunting reports and news from Wyoming, Montana and Eastern Washington.    

This week on America Outdoors Radio Aaron Weiss with the Center for Western Priorities shares results of a new study showing Americans are going camping like never before and doing damage to some of our public lands in the process.  Tournament angler Keith Combs shares some fall crankbait advice for bass anglers, Beau Martonik shares details about his recent deer hunts in the Eastern U.S. and Kent Brown, host of Ultimate Bass Radio, addresses the issue of buying a new boat during this supply chain crisis.