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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Bob Broscheid joins the show LIVE in studio! Bob talks about the first bull elk he has ever harvested, and why his recent hunt was so successful. Bob talks about being rejuvenated in the field, and the satisfying part about being out there with your friends. Terry notes that the trip cannot be gauged by what you harvested, but more the appreciation of being out there. Bob’s goal is access to resources, and Bob mentions the recent surveys asking outdoors enthusiasts why limited access is preventing them from enjoying the outdoors. Terry mentions Pueblo going from positive to negative, and Bob says we are in ‘prevent’ mode in regard to muscles. Terry says the voice of the water providers is louder than those using the water for public recreation, and Bob notes the importance of working together on these boat ramp & enforcement issues. Bob says it is no longer enough to buy a hunting or angling pass, you must now be engaged in legislative reform.
Nate Zelinsky joins the show to talk general fall fishing and mountain deer hunting. Nate talks about resting stages, and says things have been going either amazingly or poorly, and that’s simply the dice-roll depending on elevation & conditions. Also, Nate touches on the best bite of the season, and why he likes spending a week chasing shallow reservoirs like Spinney for trout in the weeds, as well as avoiding getting caught up in your own style of fishing.
Bill Willcox joins the show to give Terry an update on the Lake John area. Bill tells Terry why right now is a good period for fish with that ‘stretch-your-line’ size, and says boat access without the use of a dock is still allowed if you’re able to launch it yourself.
JR Pierce joins the show to talk about concealed carry classes, and how he lost his sunglasses & fishing rod. JR gets you ready for pheasant season, and notes what hunters should be doing to stay ready.
Steve Schweitzer joins the show to highlight some of his favorite things about his new book, Designing Poppers, Sliders & Divers, and how you can pick up a copy for yourself. The book offers tips for catching more fish efficiently, and some of Steve’s favorite techniques & secrets of fishing.
Ronny Castiglioni joins the show to say have an open mind, and be able to adapt to the surrounding conditions. Becoming focused on one particular thing can be your downfall according to Ronny, and Terry says this is a great time of the year to start using your CPW app to check cold fronts & low pressure bites.
Terry gives an update on how to stay up on the latest from his fishing experiences, and how to check in on his Facebook page for fishing, hunting & video updates. Also, Skyler Mason of Honey-smoked Fish Company joins the show to explain how the secret to the honey taste is in the fire & how the fish is smoked.
Will Dykstra joins the show LIVE from Chatfield to give an update on the lake trout & pike available at Taylor Reservoir. Will says the majority of his time is spent on brown trout from the shore this time of year, and typically throws a 6-inch power jerk bait where the river is dumping into the lake.
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