We start things off by talking big bass when 82 year old Missouri farmer and avid bass angler Howard Dickey drops in. As a young man in the early 1960’s Howard was bitten by the bass bug and he studied the habits/behavior of big bass who were already on their beds. His observations led him to come up with this original design that has been catching aggressive lunkers ever since. Howard talks about the bait and what it is supposed to resemble in nature which is the key element in causing a big bass to hit it. (Great article in Field and Stream Magazine as well)

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Next, the biggest thing to come out of East Texas in some time stops by the studio- JB & The Moonshine Band will be here! We’ll take a listen to a couple brand new tunes off their upcoming record (June 30th release date). We usually don’t get the entire band on so this is a real treat. All four members: JB, Chris, Gabe and Hayden join us and they are all passionate bass fisherman. We find out who has caught the biggest bass and who the best angler is. Plus, we take a live listen to “Where’s Woody Guthrie” & “Shotgun, Rifle and A .45” – a brand new tune that I know you guys and gals will feel is spot on! Oh, and the fellas also talk about the always fun and necessary cormorant depredation permit that one can acquire from TPWD. Tune in to find out if the guys put a hurtin’ on those nasty fish eating water turkeys…

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We round things out by talking spring coyote hunting with one of the very best! Al Morris from the FoxPro team and the hit show “FoxPro Furtakers” on Outdoor Channel knows how to pile up these wily predators. He’s a decorated caller and accomplished hunter and knows the life cycle and what makes a coyote tick better than just about anyone. Lots of guys put their predator call up once spring arrives, but Al will tell us why that is a huge mistake! Spring can make for some great hunting, you just have to change your approach a bit. We find out what vocalizations he uses, how long he runs the call for each stand, plus how often he will call specific property…and a whole lot more!

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