America Outdoors Radio Podcast

Northwestern Outdoors Radio - May 15, 2021

On this weekend's edition of Northwestern Outdoors Radio we'll chat Ashley Nicole Lewis, also known as Bad Ash.  She is an Olympic Peninsula steelhead guide and a rising star in the outdoors media industry who has a brand new digital television show out.  If you are into walleye fishing you'll want to hear about the tournaments the Columbia River Walleye Anglers Association is offering and Bob Loomis with Mack's Lure will tell you about a trout lure that actually began as a walleye lure.  Finally, a company called WhistleOut is looking to hire a Chief Adventure Officer and you are invited to apply!

Northwestern Outdoors Radio - May 22, 2021

This week on Northwestern Outdoors Radio we'll talk to Amy Grisak about her new book, "Nature Guide to Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks", a book you'll want to have handy when you visit this wonderful destination in Montana.  Eric Winther has got the latest from the Northern Pikeminnow Sport Reward Fishery Program, Bob Loomis with Macks Lure has a great offering for American shad and Glenn May will introduce you to, an invaluable resource indeed for bass anglers.

Northwestern Outdoors Radio - May 29, 2021

For Memorial Day weekend on Northwestern Outdoors Radio we'll be chatting with Chad Calder, owner of Chad's Coastwide Sports Fishing on Vancouver Island, about a potential reopening of the Canadian border this summer and the great saltwater fishing that will be available when it does.  Sara DiRienzo with Wyoming Game and Fish has an outdoors news roundup to share covering everything from fishing to wolves to turtles.  Bob Loomis with Mack's Lure and host John Kruse talk about the versatility of jigs for fishing and Adam Sawyer has got a new book out from Falcon Guides called "Best Easy Day Hikes Salem and Eugene",.

America Outdoors Radio - May 29, 2021

This Memorial Day weekend on America Outdoors Radio features interview with several veterans who love outdoors adventure.  One of them is Alyson Rausch.  She served as an Army medic and is now back home in Central Wisconsin where she embraces new hunting and fishing adventures while blogging at, a website empowering women to enjoy hunting, fishing and more outdoors.   Two other veterans we'll talk to are Sean Gobin and Allison Garrigus.  They'll tell you about a bike ride Allison and four veterans are taking across the nation on along the route of the Great American Rail Trail this summer.  It's being put together by Gobin, the founder of Warrior Expeditions, with help from the Rails to Trails Conservancy.  Memorial Day is also about camping and Ryan Neeley with Camp Chef is back with some advice about how too cook food in or over a fire that tastes better than a burnt hot dog.  Finally, Memorial Day weekend is also about the opening of boating season and Kriston Frohnhoefer, President of Sea Tow Services International, has some interesting data from a recent survey showing boating is going to be a very, very popular activity this summer! 

America Outdoors Radio - May 22, 2021

We have a very special guest for you this weekend on America Outdoors Radio. That would be Kailey Buck, a 16-year old deer huntress from Texas who has been battling both cancer and a flesh eating bacteria over the last six months.  She is out of the hospital now and is starting a non-profit organization called Kailey's Dream Hunts to take other kids with cancer on all-expense paid hunting trips to a Texas ranch.   Speaking of Texas, the Bassmaster Classic is coming to Lake Ray Roberts and Fort Worth between June 11th and the 13th and Chase Anderson, the Chairman of B.A.S.S., will preview the event and invite you to come as well.  With bass firmly planted on our brains we'll reach out to professional bass angler Randy Blaukat.  He has a YouTube channel, Intuitive Angling with Randy Blaukat, that publishes videos every day not only about becoming a better angler, but about the professional bass tournament industry too.  It's a behind the scenes look you won't get anywhere else.  Last but not least, Roy Tanami, the author of "Angling the World", talks about some of the exotic fly fishing adventures he's enjoyed around the globe that he shares through photos and essays in this great book, now available in paperback. 

America Outdoors Radio -May 15, 2021

This weekend on America Outdoors Radio we've got big fish stories from Tennessee and Pennsylvania as well as a conversation with Hank Shaw, the author of a great new cook book called "Fish, Line and Supper" that is full of great wild seafood recipes.  If you are looking for fish you'll be interested in a promotion Lowrance has going on right now involving their top of the line HDS Live fish finders and we'll also be announcing another giveaway on our show from Henry Repeating Arms.  Speaking of firearms, we'll get a chance to talk to Serena Juchnowski, a young competitive shooter who also has a column in American Handgunner Magazine.  Last but not least, we'll spend some time talking to that very famous big game bow hunter who wears a green beanie, Chuck Adams. 

Northwestern Outdoors Radio - May 08, 2021

This time around on Northwestern Outdoors Radio we start things off sharing the improbable but true story of a new record largemouth bass from Montana.  Roger Phillips with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game talks about the implications of a bill passed by the state legislature to wolf management and the innovative way Idaho is using to manage lake trout in their big lakes while maintaining quality fisheries for mackinaw and other species.  Bob Loomis with Mack's Lure will tell us how his kokanee trip to Oregon's Lake Odell went, Chris Albertson with Runners of the Sage previews the Hurricane Creek half-marathon and 5K run at Joseph, Oregon and Jamie Wolff will tell you about the fun fishing and turkey hunting going on right now for guests staying at Deer Lake Resort in NE Washington.

America Outdoors Radio - May 08, 2021

This week on America Outdoors Radio Natalie Krebs with Outdoor Life takes a deep dive into the January incident at Tennessee's Reelfoot Lake that resulted in the deaths of three duck hunters. Derrek Sigler, an editor for the Outdoor Hub, shares his top picks for the best hunting knives to carry afield.  Tom Van Horn guides for fish in Central Florida and Alaska and shares details about a lure from TTI Blakemore he uses with great effect for salmon.  Finally, Lukas Leaf with Sportsmen for the Boundary Waters, invites you to participate in a silent auction going on right now with some great items to bid on! 

Northwestern Outdoors Radio - May 01, 2021

This week on the show John Kruse chats with Don Clark, the host of the podcast "Talkin Bass in PDX" about his favorite bass fishing destinations in Oregon.  Dan Sawyer is the "Seaweed Guy" and shares his expertise about harvesting seaweed along the coast and the nutritional and medicinal benefits if provides.  We'll also talk to Steve Caromile with the Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife about the statewide trout derby they are holding again with more valuable prizes than ever before! 

America Outdoors Radio - May 01, 2021

This week on America Outdoors Radio we'll tell you about fishing for big, toothy alligator gar in Texas when we chat with Chris Moody, the guide who owns Gar Fishing Addiction.  We'll also chat with Kris Bosley who fished one of the toughest three day stretches of bass fishing I've ever heard of to win the B.A.S.S. Nation Central Regional tournament at Lake Milford, Kansas. In addition to this, Chris Avena, the man behind American Outdoor News, will let you know about his digital magazine and podcasts.  Finally, with car camping underway already at many campgrounds, Ryan Neeley with Camp Chef joins us to share some of the great propane grills and stoves they have available to help those families cook up some great meals while they are enjoying the great outdoors!. 

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