Terry Wickstrom Outdoors Hour 1: 5/27/17

Steve Schweitzer joins Terry to talk about his two books & a good way to get them signed. Also, the false runoff from higher elevations & how it doesn't necessarily mean the rivers are freezing or not. Steve says the lower elevations might look like chocolate milk, but don't be discouraged with the fish hugging the banks. Steve mentions the 27" rainbow he caught in runoff water. Amy Brandenburg of Jackson Lake State Park joins Terry to talk about the famous sandy beaches at Jackson and the water starting to warm up, currently at 61 degrees. Also, Terry asks Amy about the kids fishing clinic with 100 free fishing poles & a raffle. Amy says just call the visitors center for any information. Ray Reeves of Adventure Campers joins the show with common misconceptions about your battery, furnace and propane in your camper. Also, Scot Elder, Park Manager IV at Lone Mesa/Mancos State Park joins Terry to talk about the incredible archaeology and the big game hunting opportunities Lone Mesa provides. Also, the solar stations for charging batteries, the camping facilities nestled in the Ponderosa pines, and the outstanding trout bite right now. Tournament bass professional Sam Heckman joins Terry to talk about the bite at Pueblo, and winning Nate Zelinsky's tournament. Crappies & catfish are overlooked, and Terry laughs at them still haunting Sam, even though the crappies at Pueblo are getting up to 15." Also, Terry asks Sam what we can expect for bass & walleye fishing in the coming weeks.

Published: Saturday, May 27, 2017   |   Runtime: 43:33