Campus Carry Talk with Senator Wentworth, Duck’s Unlimited’s Mike Checkett and Bow Hunting Talk with Uncle Ted
Synopsis of Episode 16:
Ducks Unlimited Media Relations Biologist Mike Checkett (you may recognize him from DU TV on the Outdoor Channel) joins the show. We discuss all things waterfowl as the North Texas area gets ready to host the DU Sporting Expo this May 28-30 at the Gaylord Texan in Grapevine.
Also joining the show is State Senator Jeff Wentworth of San Antonio. Do you think college students who have a CHL should be allowed to carry into college classrooms? Senator Wentworth does and we discuss his proposed legislation in great detail.
I also have been sitting on a bit of our Ted Nugent interview that didn’t make the original broadcast. Ted talks about his love for bow hunting and his election to the National Bow Hunting Hall of Fame!
Exclusive Interview With Angler Who Landed Share Lunker #500, World Champion Duck Caller Jim Ronquest and Roger Creager stops by.
Synopsis of Episode 15:
One of my favorite artists- Roger Creager joins the show. Roger is a Corpus Christi native and salt water runs deep in those Texas veins. We talk music and some off shore fishing with Roger and I promise to ask him about his grandpa’s guns!
Also, I am proud to announce that Ducks Unlimited will have a strong presence in next 5 shows leading up to their Annual National Convention- The DU Sporting Expo is being held at North Texas’ Gaylord Texan May 28-30, and DU will be providing a special guest every week leading up to the event. This week will feature World Duck Calling Champion Jim Ronquest of RNT Calls. Jimbo is a hoot!
And if you didn’t know, Share Lunker #500 was landed by Corpus Christi’s Sam Callaway. He tells his tale of landing the coveted lunker that TPWD paid out $500.00 per pound- and at 13.34 lbs…well that’s a lot of dough!
Talkin’ with the Boss- TPWD Executive Director Carter Smith, and the head of the Lone Star Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America.
Synopsis of Episode 14:
This week Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Executive Director Carter Smith (the head of the entire department) joins the program. How will Govenor Perry’s proposed 25 million dollar TPWD budget cut affect the Texas Sportsman? What does he consider TPWD’s greatest success/failure in his tenure? What is his favorite part about his job?
Also joining the show is the Executive Director of the Lone Star Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America- Glen Bentley. The PVA is hosting the Texas Round Up Bass Tournament coming up on Lake Ray Hubbard. I am proud to have a disabled veteran such as Glen and the rest of the PVA as part of the show.