posted on May 18th
This is your Living the Outdoors Show from Wednesday, May 18th, 2016. Host Marc Drewek spent the hour talking everything food plots our with friend of the show and food plot specialist Steve Jordan. Among the topics discussed were: how to start a food plot, what kinds of nutrients to plant to attract deer, and how the seasons effects the growth of the food plots.
posted on May 11th
This is your Living the Outdoors Show from Wednesday, May 11th, 2016. Host Marc Drewek spent the hour talking musky fishing with Tom Dietz, Regional Sales Manager of Parker Bows. Tom is a musky fishing expert, and shared his wealth of knowledge with Marc, along with answering a few questions from listeners to give an insiders edge on fishing musky. The guys wrapped up the show talking about Parker Bows, and what they have to offer for game hunting.
posted on May 4th
This is your Living the Outdoors Show from Wednesday, May 4th, 2016. Host Marc Drewek spent the hour talking everything turkey hunting with friend of the show and turkey hunting enthusiast/expert Carl Luedke, our food plot specialist Steve Jordan, and longtime hunter Dick Alford. The guys shared memories of their most memorable hunting adventures, talked about food plots, and gave some tips for the hunt.
posted on Apr 27th
This is your Living the Outdoors Show from Wednesday, April 27th, 2016. Wisconsin DNR Warden Ryan Propson joined host Marc Drewek and his outdoors sidekick Randy Brochtrup for your monthly "Ask a Game Warden" show. Your chance to be heard on outdoor related topics with your questions and comments as the spring outdoors season continues. The guys started the show talking about the recent mentored turkey hunt that they participated in. The guys also touched on the new Go Wild system in relation to turkey hunting, and what you need to know when registering your kill. Later, Marc and Randy talked about the recently held DNR spring hearings, and what took place at the meeting they went to in Waupaca County. Ryan then capped the show talking about an important invasive species known as the Round Goby, and what to do when you encounter them while fishing. They can't be used as fishing bait, and can do damage to aquatic life/species if left ignored.
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