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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In this week’s edition of TACKLE TALK, Terry talks about how affordable the Pflueger President Spinning Reel is, and asks Bob Milner what his favorite feature of the reel is. Bob mentions the price of the reel, and says it gets the same job done as reels 3x more expensive do. Bob says his favorite feature is the braid-ready spool, and the rubber strips that act as speed bumps when getting your line on. Terry says the reel is smooth, and asks Bob about the instantaneous anti-reverse for hook-sets.
Cory Kraft joins the show to talk about Colorado Clays & getting ready for Outdoor Buddies & dove season. Terry mentions the importance of practice, and Cory highlights wobble trap, talking about the bigger target angle & timing, with dove season coming up in September. Terry says shotgun shooting is a perishable skill, and Cory mentions the unpredictability of wobble trap & how much it costs to come shoot at Colorado Clays.
Will Dykstra joins the show to give Terry a recap of ICAST & talk about the best way to put fish in the boat. Will talks about the advancement in fishing gear simply in the past ten years, and highlights the opportunities to catch more fish with the advancement of technology. Terry mentions to Will the fact that beginner anglers still have a chance to succeed & learn, despite the advancement of fishing technologies & the more complicated fishing landscape.
Kirk Bien of Kirk’s Fly Shop calls in with an update on the shop, as well as an update on the Big Thompson, Rocky Mountain National Park, Saint Vrain & Colorado River. Kirk says the nice thing about the recent floods is finding some decent casting spots is a little easier now. Terry says Kirk is one of the most knowledgeable fly anglers he has ever been around.
In Terry’s ASK THE EXPERT segment, Bob Milner joins the show to discuss knots, and which knot is best for a superline leader. Bob says the double uni knot rarely slips for him, and is relatively easy to tie. Bob says the typical fly angler will use the double surgeon’s knot, and he’s never lost a fish because of a surgeon’s knot. Also, Terry says he’s ditched the blood knot, because he doesn’t get good strength out of them.
Admin at Jackson Lake State Park, Darby Shanks joins the show to talk about the astronomy at Jackson Lake. Darby talks about the up to 33″ wipers you can catch, and all you need is a park pass to get in. Terry asks Darby where Jackson is located, about the events coming up, and about the hunting access close to the park. Also, Ray Reeves calls the show to tell Terry about the inventory Adventure Camper recently got in, including the most popular models from Sonoma.
Jason Vincent joins the show. Jason highlights what the people need out here in Colorado, and tells Terry he doesn’t feel the need to fill the store with products outdoor enthusiasts won’t use. Jason mentions the love for the outdoors, and the experts standing at each station that are passionate about the outdoors.
Megan Franzen of Steamboat Lake State Park joins the show to discuss interpretive programs at Steamboat Lake. Megan mentions the rainbow trout & alpine views at Steamboat, and the camping facilities that can be booked up to six months in advance. Megan says programs are available every weekend, as well as some days during the week, as well as programs available to kids.
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