Terry Wickstrom, host of Terry Wickstrom Outdoors every Saturday morning on 104.3 The Fan, is a nationally published outdoor writer. His articles appear in many of the most respected outdoor periodicals (In-Fisherman Walleye Insider, Fishing Facts, and many others). Terry does a weekly column for the Denver Post and his television shows which aired for 22 seasons are now available on “My Outdoor TV”. Accomplished multi-species anglers, Terry, along with his producer and wife Karen, have been fortunate to have fished virtually every corner of North America and beyond. As a tournament angler, television host and outdoor writer, Terry has spent time on the water with many of the best fisherman in the world, learning, teaching and sharing information. Serving on the “Pro Staff” of many top companies in the outdoor industry, he has access to the latest innovations and technologies available for outdoor recreation. Terry enjoys virtually all aspects of the outdoors Fishing, hunting, camping and more.
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Karie Elsberry of Chatfield State Park calls Terry to enlighten him about the seasonal job opportunities with Colorado Parks & Wildlife, as well as the fishing opportunities for channel cats & other fish out at Chatfield right now.
Donna Forrest joins the show to talk about Elkfest & getting licenses for elk at Estes Park, keeping the bulls from getting agitated, and how wildlife watching generates so much revenue. Donna says she feels their presence in the town of Estes is important, so they can educate & protect those in the area watching & viewing the animals.
In this week’s edition of Terry’s TACKLE TALK, Terry & Chad discuss the Berkley Max Scent Power Bait, including advantages for catching more fish. Terry is sold on this new power bait, and Chad has been for a while. Chad tells Terry he spoke with the chemist behind the Berkley Max Scent, and now knows how it avoids drying out like the Gulp! version. Chad says this bait is ultra-flexible and porous, and Berkley finally got it right.
In this week’s ASK THE EXPERT, deer tags for rifle season are discussed. For those new to big-game rifle hunting, Terry & Chad help out with the three or four most important gear items to spend money on. Chad says you must be comfortable & safe in the woods, and don’t even consider cotton. Chad says unless you’re prone or leaning on a tree, you need something to shoot off of.
Mark Cousins of Colorado Clays joins the show to say there is still time to get your guns ready for hunting season. Chad mentions the importance of real-life shooting situations, and Mark mentions how you can practice shooting prone. Also, why shooters need to practice with the same gear & clothing on that they plan to go out into the field & shoot with.
Chad LaChance joins the show in studio! Chad tells Terry bottom-fishing is not his strength, but long casts with fly rods are a different story. The guys preach selective harvests, and Chad mentions his women’s guide is a true fisherman. The guys talk Alaska, and the great outdoor activities here in Colorado despite the transition period at Horsetooth. Also, Chad mentions the different strategies to get a good shot at big game, including spot & stalk and contacting game from a long way away. The guys talk putting yourself ahead of the animal & chances of hunting success going up with preparation.
Administrative Assistant at Jackson Lake State Park Darby Shanks joins the show to discuss the Dutch Oven & Chili Cook-off. Darby says boats are still able to get out with no problem, and sandy beach is now available with the water down a bit. Also, wipers & walleye are being caught currently, and Chad mentions the focus on the bottom-catch.
Will Dykstra of Tightline Outdoor joins the show to talk about hunting & state-wide fishing. Will tells Terry, Chad & the listeners how they can prepare for the best fishing of the season. Will mentions sliding back into a summer or winter pattern, and how you can hook a big rainbow with your first cast early in the morning. Will talks powerfishing with tube jigs, and how to still catch walleye on hard-structure areas. Also, Terry says you must target big fish to catch them, and Will mentions the importance of focusing on being in the woods in the early morning & evening, but not bumping or calling a big bull too much.
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