This Week On Outdoors Radio

Charter captain Dumper Dan Welsch reports anglers are still enjoying good catches of salmon, along with lake and rainbow trout off Sheboygan on Lake Michigan.

This week, Outdoors Radio features Sheboygan charter captain “Dumper Dan” Welsch, Florence County economic development director Eric Printz, Ernest Hemingway Look-Alike Gerrit Marshall, and wildlife biologist and archery expert JC Chamberlin. Jeff Kelm and his son Robert plan their annual camping trip. Dan reports on the SCI Badgerland chapter picnic and sporting clays shoot.

Charter captain Dumper Dan Welsch reports anglers are still enjoying good catches of salmon, along with lake and rainbow trout off Sheboygan on Lake Michigan. (http://dumperdan.com/, https://parkerjohns.com/)

Eric Printz, director of economic development for Florence County, invites listeners to attend the many events there this month and says the waterfalls on the Pine and Popple rivers are attracting lots of hikers. (https://www.exploreflorencecounty.com/)

Gerrit Marshall, of Madison, returns with advice for wannabe Ernest Hemingway Look-Alike contestants at Sloppy Joe’s Bar in Key West, Florida. (https://sloppyjoes.com/hemingway-look-alike-contest/results/) In the Madison Outdoors Report, presented by Pappas Trading Post, wildlife biologist and archery expert JC Chamberlin offers tips for planting fall food plots and installing artificial water holes for deer hunting. (http://www.pappastradingpost.com/)

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