Terry Wickstrom Outdoors Hour 2: 8/12/17

Nate Zelinsky of Tightline Outdoors joins the show to talk about sitting on a water hole for five days & the transition from water to wallow situations. Nate says he is scouting the timing of when animals are going into their bedding zones & notes when to make the decision to back off instead of pushing the limits. Nate says he has been scouting & watching for consistent thermals. Also, Nate says the biggest mistake hunters are making is getting hung up on trail cams. They are a great tool, says Nate, but a hunter must know where the animal is when setting the camera up. In this week's ASK THE EXPERT, Chad LaChance tells beginning anglers to keep it simple, and make fishing easy. Chad tends to use lures & spinners that are universal in their appearance, where less can be more. Chad mentions the 3" grub & 8 oz. jig that are always in his tackle, and even a beetle spin arm & Johnson splinter spoon. Also, why trout, walleye & bass like the shiny stuff & why Terry suggests both bright & neutral colors. Mark Cousins of Colorado Clays joins the show to tell Terry & the listeners how a trip out to Colorado Clays can help you gear up for hunting season. Mark mentions both skeet & wobble trap, and Terry asks Mark what to do for shotgun experience & if you've suffered an injury. Lake McConaughy Park Superintendent Tyler Nelson joins the show to tell Terry of the camping opportunities available at affordable prices at Lake McConaughy right on the beach. Tyler highlights everything to do in the area, and what makes Lake Mac the perfect late-summer vacation spot.

Published: Saturday, August 12, 2017   |   Runtime: 41:46