Terry Wickstrom Outdoors Hour 2: 7/22/17

Nate Zelinsky of Tightline Outdoors joins the show to say that the top-water pike bite taking off is the first sign of fall for him, and signals to start preparing for hunting season. Nate says now is the time to build your education for your big-game hunt, and not to affect your hunt's daily patterns. Also, Terry asks Nate about Bowtech & Diamond Archery, and Nate tells the listeners how they can purchase one bow & have multiple people shooting. Nate says Cherry Creek & Chatfield are still breaking 100-fish days & the structure is still holding fish. In this week's edition of Tackle Talk, Terry highlights the Berkley XL fishing line. Terry mentions the importance of a line to your fishing success, and says he uses a lot of superline. Terry talks about monofilament if an angler is choosing to only use one line, and says seeing your line is important for beginning anglers. Terry talks about putting line on a spinning reel, and mentions his Facebook videos for tips on winding it on appropriately. Bernie Keefe joins the show to give an update on the Granby area, and tell the listeners what vertical jigs & rigs have been working recently for him, such as the Havoc-Tube. Bernie says Granby is one of those lakes that fishes well all year long, and an angler must understand the fish are in the lake if you take the time to find them. Also, Bernie says look for gentle-dropping slopes and in the mud for fish that will likely eat. Ronny Castiglioni joins the show to talk with Terry about casting angles & offers up some tips on changing your angle slightly to get maximum value out of every cast. Ronny mentions keys to getting the fish to bite & how to approach fish sitting under various structures. Also, Ronny mentions the importance of current, and says fish will typically point themselves towards the current, even at Horsetooth.

Published: Saturday, July 22, 2017   |   Runtime: 40:56