Terry Wickstrom Outdoors Hour 2: 6/24/17

Nate Zelinsky of Tightline Outdoors joins the show to briefly discuss big game scouting. Nate & Terry say don't get ready, stay ready to hunt. Nate puts out a friendly reminder to be scouting while the weather is nice, and you can even learn the terrain & watering holes while out with your family. Nate is currently watching what animal patterns will be come hunting season, and says purchase your equipment, weaponry & boots while the stores are calm. Also, what can lead to a disappointing hunt & what the walleye, trout & pike bite look like right now. Bob Milner joins the show for Terry's ASK THE EXPERT on planning a camping trip for the week of July 4th. Bob says fish are hitting anything with pink right now, and Terry says if you're hard-set on salmon, you may have a hard time on the rivers. Bob says it depends on altitude where the run starts, and his current favorite spot is the Blue River. Also, rooster-tails & blue foxes are working well for Bob, and he highlights spinners with the right amount of flash. Mark Caughlan of Larimer County talks about boat etiquette & safety at the ramps & on the water. Mark says there are new conflicts with paddle boards, and it's important to educate boaters on the 150-ft rule. Terry mentions the help of slowing down & having a game-plan, and asks Mark to highlight the major concerns for the busy upcoming weekend like spacing & boaters keeping their flag up all the time. Ronny Castiglioni joins the show to stir up mud & give Terry the most excellent times to run the mud-line pattern. Ronny mentions the distinct edges floating on top of the water around 9:30am & the dock pattern to follow on Boyd, saying large-mouth tend to hide in the shade underneath the dock. Also, crucial times of the day to run the docks & give yourself a better chance at catching fish, and Ronny's thoughts on the mid-day feed at Horsetooth.

Published: Saturday, June 24, 2017   |   Runtime: 41:50