Synopsis of Episode 19:
It’s going to be a good one! We talk striper fishing with Brian Pritchard of Stripers Inc. Then Curtis Bishop of Lane Aviation stops by. Why have Curtis on you may ask??? Because he gets paid to gun down feral hogs out of a helicopter!!! That is bad to the bone- I know I want to try it. How many hogs has he killed in one day? Were going to find out for sure.
And we also visit with one of the industry’s most respected gun dog trainers- Tom Dokken. He has owned and operated his own kennel for over 35 years and is also the inventor of the Deadfowl Trainer. If you have a retriever- chances are you have a Deadfowl. It’s the foam bodied dummy with the realistic head and feet. I know my lab won’t go to the lake without his.
It’s gonna be a lot of fun!
Synopsis of Episode 18:
Kelly Gotch is one of the outdoor industries most liked personalities. She continues to rock ‘n roll, paving the way for women in the outdoors. Fellas, she has killed more animals than most of us can only dream of killing in our lifetime. Its gonna be fun picking the brain of this sweetie pie!
Also, Baylor University’s mens hoops team is coming off their best ever season. Making it to the Elite 8 before falling to national champion Duke. Baylor coach Scott Drew talks a little hoops, but more importantly he discusses his love for fishing- specifically pursuing largemouths.
Synopsis of Episode 17:
Nick Mundt of the Outdoor Channel’s Bone Collector will be on the show in the morning. I tried to ask him as many of yall’s questions as I could. He provided about as introspective a look at the kind of lifestyle outdoor personalities live as you are gonna find.
Does it ever just become work? What’s his best animal? Are him, Michael Waddell and T-Bone really that good of friends off camera? And a whole lot more.
Also, whether or not you enjoy Kevin Fowler’s music or not- the guy is a straight up bow hunter, actually he likes all hunting and is about as Texan as they make ’em. He smoked a 187″ East Tx buck this year and he talks about that, cast and blasts, and his work with TPWD and the Texas Wildlife Association among other things.