We start off by talking feral hog hunting with Scott Schultz of Robinson Outdoors. We discuss the scientific formula in the all new Hog Under Influence attractant. The natural root sedative is the same chemical that is used to calm thoroughbred horses after they run at a racetrack. The all natural formula also has a nose jamming effect as well. Hog I took recently using the HUI spray:

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Next we hear a shark tale for the ages when angler Chris Holley drops in. Chris tell us all about fighting the new Texas state record bull shark he landed 2 weeks ago on Padre Island National Seashore. The fish was 9’6″ and weighed over 550 lbs! It was released to eat more fish and people 🙂

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Then we discuss the recent Kenya ivory burn of over 100 tons of ivory, valued at 172 million dollars. Our old friend and Dallas Safari Club Executive Director Ben Carter stops by to talk about the ramifications of his act. What happens when a big portion of a market is removed? The demand and value of what’s left sky rockets. So expect poaching to increase as Kenya once again turns a blind eye to science based conservation and sustainable hunting.

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We wrap up the broadcast with a Lone Star Outdoor Show original recipe. You guys and gals know I love preparing the game/fish that I have harvested and one that routinely gets rave reviews from friends/family is my ceviche. So here is the recipe and directions so that you can wow your guests with a simple, yet refreshingly delicious seafood dish as well.

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