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07:04 min | 11 months ago

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"The best of Jim. Straighter outdoors on news radio. Wait, 40 w A. J S. We're back on Jim. Stranger outdoors and again we're talking about the North American Wildlife model is some of the things that interface with the way things are being managed here, Scott Uh, Back for The break for last You made a statement. I think it's very telling is that we don't need to move forward. With the speed of frozen molasses. And that there are problems on the horizon. Speak to them. What problems do you see? And and you know, I talk about What I see there's problems with Turkey's certain problems with the elk. And there are problems with the deer and eastern Kentucky. Take your pick. What? What? What Considered to be well. Well, well, well hit on a few of them This based on time. Uh, you know, one major concern that I have, and it ties into this question it ties into reflecting on the North American model. Wildlife Conservation is The impact that, uh, no matter what people's belief our experiences with cold bid. Um you know, none of our games. Agencies, uh, across North America, saying this one coming and there's no doubt that we have absolutely Uh, Yes, exhausted and some areas of not just the land, but, uh, the species. Uh, letter. Huge concern with me is how much negative Impact. Uh, the amount of free time and and the availability that people had to stand in the field. Hell that is thrown them up here inch into this equation of Of conservation, managing wildlife. Uh, that's huge. I do have A lot of concerns on a Professional and personal level both, and I think it's okay to have concerns on both sides. Hitting closest to home and dear to my heart is you know we've we've got a death of 1000 cuts going on right now, with our Wild turkey flock and and we're just going to have to make a Common sense decision. In people. Listen, I hope that you understand this approach is the science needs to be there. But there's one thing that I do know, for fact. If we reduce The harvest. Down to one bird or we go back to end in the season at one o'clock, everything that we're suggesting to do is not to take away. From the hunters. It's the manage the resource and and that's the roller coaster ride of all of this. I would much rather sit back for a year or two and stop funding at one o'clock or have a one bird season or open season a week later than the not obvious season at all. I don't need to be the next Arkansas. I don't want Kentucky to be the next Louisiana. Uh, sometimes, you know, a concern to mine. You know, in in the work that I do and being blessed what I get to do it sometimes. How Ignorant and uneducated. This sportsmen and women can be and and only looking at what's going on in their backyard. We need to look at what's going on across the Commonwealth when 11 group speaks. I need the blessing and be just as passionate and concerned about what they're bringing forward is what's happening in my backyard. So a concern is Are we coming together? Are we building strength and numbers? Are we advocating with one another and collaborating in A fashion and which we can aid our agencies and aid are, uh, employees that are in charge of making critical management decisions that will not come easy. Um, science is great. But my Personal side and professional side of all this is if someone comes to me right now says, Well, we have to have the science to back it up. To make the decision for this year. Jim, I want to know what they've been doing the last 10 years. I mean, it's some point in time. You know, at some point in time you've got it. You got to meet At a table and gifts, statistics and data and information. And where is that? What has been going on? If we don't have the data right now? Why not? Why have we all know? So those are questions that Honestly need to be answered. Quite frankly, I'm looking into that as we speak, and I will speak to that going forward because too much is being Rhetoric instead of true science, too much has been You know, defensive posturing instead of open dialogue, and that really That really bothers because that doesn't serve anyone. Well, yes. I'll pitch in with this, um If you're out there And you fish sparkling Kentucky like Let me ask you. Do you see the quality of fishery? That you used to Absolutely not. No, is your turkey flock is healthy and is predominant that used to be Don't sir. It's not Are you finding it harder and harder to find a good spot to Hunter Curtis Hunt to get away from the crowd. Well right there. Is a real raw spot with me. If you don't mind. I'm going to interject something here because I think it goes back to the North American model. There's been way too much emphasis. Or nonresident license fees, permits and tags to gain money. Over our western hundreds of fisherman's ability to get out there and enjoy the sport. And the more and more than department is as lusted after that money, the more and more resident hunters and fishermen they've lost. That is the road to help, Buddy. And you caught me on that up down and sideways and write in your book. Because I promise you there is a huge problem that needs to be addressed. Yes, sir. And no matter if someone's going to A state resort no matter if someone's doing private farm pond hunting them dearly. No matter what their aspect is ever they come in. We have got to realize. The quality. Of the experience. Needs to be looked at in the quantity of people that are participating. Jim this covid situation. Has done more than any other.

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07:27 min | 11 months ago

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"Welcome back to Jim Straighter outdoors promised you doing on a little different special type of program denied in that we're going to talk about The North American Model of wildlife conservation, which a lot of our outdoor folks around the Commonwealth or and southern Indiana. Where wherever you're hearing us from Probably aren't Total is familiar with it, or the tenants or the Uh, concepts behind it. I am. I reached out to the buddy man, Scott Cronan, Who's the nationally recognized conservationists who's worked with Gosh, I have to use fair to say thousands of Children that it in Educating them about conservation. He served on a lot of national committees. He's been very involved. In Kentucky with the Kentucky Department official wildlife Resources on a lot of programs and I guess. Most importantly, he's hunted and fished this whole life. And shares my passion for that doors. And is willing to speak frankly about problems we're facing or You know what's on the plate? Scott, can you hear me? All right. Sure can. Jim thanks for having me tonight. Well, the thanks needs to come for me to your direction because You took time out from the time out. Wyoming where you're working on a special project that Uh, I think we ought to share with the lister so that you get a feel for A little bit better feel for who you are, where you and George stature in the national community. Yeah, well, right now, um, I've been working with teachers and, uh, individuals from across the United States outside of Jackson, Wyoming. Nothing Granite Canyon, So I had to drop down or come across some elevation. However, you want to look at it, so we had enough service tonight. To do the program. But you know what? We're what we're looking at, Um, is what we need to look at and address tonight and and that is that an agency can't do it all by themselves. Um An NGO can't do it all by themselves, Nor can a hunter or fisherman or sportsman or sportswoman and we need to work together. We need to look at what's been established over the The history of our country. For several different reasons were all experienced and a roller coaster ride. Uh, no matter what we like. Maybe it's people that want to see more bears in Kentucky. Maybe some people would like to see the Asian carp controlled a little bit better. We've got a lot of guides and outfitters that are trying to advocate uh, get a season change on our elk season. A lot of turkey hunters are coming fresh out of the field this year with A lot of negative reports. And really a lot of our concerns are coming with our deer herd to and the quality of our dear her not necessarily based on our population density, but The state was known for years for for such quality deer and a trophy deer aspect. If you want to look at it that way, and in great opportunity and And a lot of folks have got some concerns, and that's that roller coaster ride and some of that mother nature Jim, but we've got a lot of things that are going on that aren't best for wildlife, and it's not best for our sportsmen and women and I'm afraid we're digging into some things and being advocates and sportsmen with voice. Um Tell that we're finding out that maybe there's some aspects where money is being managed before the wildlife and some of the things that we have to look at us, no matter what profession we're in. We've all been in the situation before where the company or the business or the association and what we worked for us made a decision not necessarily what's the best for the customers of the product or are to service that we provide, But At the end of the day. Sometimes we make decisions off of the bottom line profits and And that's not always the best way to handle things. And my life's no exception of that. Well, Scott, you know, I've always said You've heard this. Have a B. Repeat this before. This is my creed. It's the way I run my program If you take care of the wildlife first. Give the sportsman and opportunity to participate. Number two. That's pretty well where you can leave it. The money the operation, Everything else falls in line because If you don't have wildlife and fish, you won't have sportsman. If you don't have sportsman, you don't have the money to manage the fish and wildlife so I know that's a simplistic way of looking at it. But when you boil it all down That's where my focus is always been. Let's take care of the wildlife and the fish. Let's make sure that the sportsmen have a voice in the management and the recreational use of those And make sure that they're properly represented at the table. And let's follow the science. The true science about the You know? Well, this is a trend. Relax trends, you know when it becomes a Probably need to to assess it and too many times. The spend well, your entire department or your your got a grudge or whatever they try to say. To refute. Uh Very real concern. That you're expressing about the resource. So, um We got hard. It's our responsibility as sportsmen and women to take a few minutes out of our out of our time and And get familiar with or refresh ourselves over the North American model of wildlife. Conservation and And look at some other aspects to, you know, along the way. Um, you know, you look at what the Pittman Robinson act was put in place for and help at that time, you know, many wildlife species were disappearing, declining and And we weren't seeing the results and not having the The reports coming from the field that that should be expected for unhealthy wildlife population of mountain. The thing that I scratch my head on, Jim, Uh, You know, it's you always hear people talk about maybe trying to straddle the fence or they on this side, or they on that side, my my job, and my role is to let people understand number one, honey. As a tool that is used for conservation management. We have to have it. And hunters and anglers are so important with the revenue and which they generate. So that that wildlife habitat and the species and the resources can be managed and When you look at everything and you break down the economics of hunting and fishing..

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06:49 min | 1 year ago

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"They were back on Jim. Straighter outdoors again. We're talking wild boys. Management tonight. Food parts in particular, says. As they say when we get towards Christmas is the season and what I mean by that? It is time to, uh, put in your fall plots for Here. Turkey's the wildlife and in that regard I've got Partner Shane Butler, with wildlife habitat Solutions, all with us in the numbers to reach us if you have questions about this, 571 84 84 or 1, 804, 4484, 84 and Bob from Oldham County had some questions about this, Uh Bob, I want you to go over your problems again if you would, because There's had a multifaceted you've got mares tale, which is a really tough weed in your what in your weight that you grew for. Dubs is that correct? Correct. All right. Then he had another patch. Johnson gross coming up around the edges. And of course, you leave the wheat standing, uh, to cut it later for the Dow's And both the male stale and the Johnson grass come up in there. Of course, it's dead. Like I said you right now In straight with what? Everyone. I mean it's already dead. But to kill the weeds. Yes. Okay, round up and Which should be good for either of them into four D, which should be good for the grass is Not completely effective. Well, Mayor's tales a tough, tough Uh huh. Uh uh. Plants control. Shane. Let's talk about this because you and I both don't have tough mares tale is Johnson Grass? Of course. Becomes most Johnson grass. Not so much so, but Meyer sales stuff. Yes, sir John Seagrass Natives come up late this summer, So it's here now, and I understand this pain. Because I do plant uh we for dove fields that it needs to be clean or you kinda lost year reasons for growing it all year. It's your get duck shooting. So talk about what this man can do. Well for Johnson Grass. There's a couple ways punitively comes up in clock. You probably see it grow. No includes spot spray. You can also wicked. Waking using a wicking bar works really well on Johnson Grass and Johnson Grass isn't that hard to kill. It's hard to eradicate because it is arrives on growth. Peach light is an extremely good control, especially if you have broadly screwing. Um That's a good one to use that you can also wicked was just round up now. A lot of the mayor's tail is motherfucker a chain before you go to that. As often happens when Folks like you and I who deal with this every day when we talk about it. Some folks don't understand what we're talking about. A rise owners is a a It does. It doesn't necessarily come from see the storm in the soul. Johnson grass could sit there for 50 years and then come back and grow. And as you mentioned it, it's fairly easy to kill and you're talking about working or spots very spot Spring. Kind of explains the stuff, but explain the working process. Speech cattle out of it. So a lot of people just make their own waking bar and typically, they use they can use PVC. Um, BBC pipe. Uh, with cap on each 10 plugged. And they run a rope. And so what happens, chemical would soak the rope. As you drive through, you just watch the tops. And with the top of whatever you're trying to kill. Yes, sir. And that that The chemical reaches that plant goes down into it, and it's very effective and it's really, really effective with stuff like Johnson Grass because a taller Most of the stuff that you're trying to grow. You don't want it to be. Wet enough that it drips into what you're growing, but In the Bob's case. Uh, you'll do very effective situation above. Do you understand what we're talking about there? Right, but But I can also spray because the wheat is that the working so inventive when you've got a crop and you don't want to kill it. Exactly. You're working this call Johnson Grass. In my situation, I can spray so Okay, really worried about the Let's address Bear's tale, which is a Man. It's a tough on you, and it's got worse and worse. The last several years. I don't know exactly why, but it's become more of a problem for a lot of people. Bob, give your specific situation with that so shade can address it. Well with his tail. Yeah, Go ahead, Bob. No. Well, I'm just saying it coming up, man, you just of the sound flyers and a week. Dennis the wheat drives and finishing ministers up. It's coming right up out in the week. Uh huh. And you know we spray it, too, but it's a tough customer. Yeah. So people. What I do with Myers Tail is basically in a broadly uh it will in a grass and broadly, you're gonna have trouble. But in the grass we use crossbows, which is a truck appear. Crossfire, right? It's a truck up here in you can spray that in your grasses, and it'll take care of Meyer still were marriage tail anymore. It's pretty much resistance around it. That runs. It won't be a lot. They won't do a lot to it. We use cross boat now. Any time we had some short crop this year, the heads and nerves still come in it and we actually used frost boat a week. Margaret stale after the mayor still got up, but it's so wordy. It's just difficult for anything to control it. All right. Okay? So, Bob, help you Yep. Yep. Appreciate the appreciate the information. Thank you guys. You know, uh, Shane a lot.

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02:04 min | 1 year ago

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"And we're back on Jim straighter outdoors, and I'd like to continue back through some of these quotes and I'm gonna throw in a few others. From Thomas Paine, who was one of the deepest thank you use amongst those who constitution although I think Oliver he held in the highest esteem. Thomas Paine, an Army of principles will penetrate where an army of soldiers cannot. Neither the channel nor the ran shall arrest its progress. They will march on the horizon of the world, and it will conquered those words. I think we're Very appropriate for our soldiers in various roars, but I think it's probably very, very poignant about World War two where we faced The evil Third Reich. And all the things that it perpetrated upon various peoples of the world and I would think that our soldiers Who died with all tell you That they died for freedom. And I would hope to Thomas Paine's quote that their death and their Sandra Farris will march on the horizon of the world and it will conquer. Thomas Paine again. It is not because part of the government is elective that makes it less a despotism if the person's so elected possess afterwards. As a parliament unlimited powers..

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04:29 min | 1 year ago

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"Welcome back, Jim. Straighter outdoors and total. Dave Hastings County honey expert Dave we got about Five minutes left here. If you don't mind, go through your calls again and explain in detail again if you will. When you would use them, you know, And how far apart those calls would be Okay. Um on. I guess we're just assuming that we're going to be any time whether it's following winter or spring. Once we snuck in very quietly and sit down and settle down, let everything's settled down. I generally start with with the least offensive least aggressive sound that I can make to get things going, because every once in a while you have the coyote that's real close. And that sound is real. Simply just you putting your lips on the front of your hand and making that sucking sound. It's not very loud. But if you've got one right underneath heavy if you turn on your volume of your handheld or your pay player or the digital player, you're gonna be too loud. That's a real simple, silent just as much the same as you'd call your dog or whatever it is. We're gonna start with that sound. And that sounds, maybe you give it 30 seconds or maybe a minute. If he's close, and he's going to respond, You'll have seen him already in that one will do it. And every once in a while you've got to be prepared, because sometimes you you walked in real close to one. If you are careful, so Okay, So now, maybe a minute into this stand and things have settled down. I've done the kiss on my hand and I haven't seen anything. I'm probably going to throw out some kind of an animal in distress where there's a jack rabbit, cottontail or great fox or whatever whatever sound is out there. And that sounds real simple, innit? Real available. Everybody's probably heard it, but here we're throwing out there. Blow a real short sequence. Maybe. Like what? I just did one of the things about him. Collar is you wanna hold still when the Coyotes are coming, so I tend to blow lasted but my hands away, So I'm not moving when they show up if I can help it. Uh, so I might do that sequence and I might wait another minute. Maybe even two minutes, depending on the circumstances. Maybe I throw out a second series of rabbits. Give it another minute. Another two minutes. So whatever I am now for five minutes into the call. If I haven't. If I haven't seen anything at this point, then I'm probably gonna try using some other tricks in the bag. Maybe I'm going to switch to a different sound. Maybe I'm gonna use a different hand held call or from one electronic. I might I might try it totally different sound of something or other Or that's not a bad time to use that real invitation. How that I referred to earlier where you start out with a nice general pitch, and you rise up too high peak a new soap off to another. Pitch, which is that sort of Ah Who's out there? Invitation Health? Should I repeat those gym or you think? Yes, I'd like to say we got about two minutes. So I'd like you to go through that repertoire give Okay. All right. So here comes that invitation. How the one that just says there's anybody out there. Oh, Most important thing being that we don't bark and we don't end abruptly. We try to let it trail off at the end, another two minutes, another three minutes. If that hasn't engendered the response, I might go to that more aggressive health. It starts with marks, and you can just hear the aggression and it ends. Very Ripley. So here comes that challenge. How Oh, What So that would be the 12 or 14 minute into the stand. And if I haven't had a Hal back or seen a coyote, I'm probably packing up my stuff and headed for the vehicle. Okay? And Dave again during this period a year when they're moving around establishing territories. You're alive. Maura on the female. Where are you call then? Then the rabbit or animal in distress. I will start with that female imitation How, and it's not a bad strategy to start with the female. Then go to rabbit come back with a female. That wouldn't be an unlikely scenario that there's a long coyote.

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06:16 min | 1 year ago

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"They were backed on Jim Straighter outdoors and again. We're talking all things, dear tonight and I am very unapologetically proud of my friends, especially those that I But with Deer hunter usurpation that we share. And we talked earlier in the broadcast to Ah, youngster who's been a mentor. His dad not hooked together, and we've worked hard to Create him into a deer slayer, and he is indeed Made the mark. We just had a plan to Graham wife from Mike. Good friend Bread. Graham, who she's already harvested, too big Bucks won and Indiana with a bow one this weekend with a gun and now We are on air with Jason Hammond's another. Young man that I've known for decades. Very close friend. Way, have a lot together and Jason You're on the board again. But yes, sir. Another one bit the dust. Well, uh, I'm very, very happy for you. Obviously. And Guess there's several stories we could tell here. But I'm gonna let you run with this because This was another really great, dear. And I think the tribute to management and you're Patients about taking the right dear. Yeah, it was actually yesterday was No for us was Pretty eventful. I mean, we had a lot of bucks run and does yesterday morning and then Yesterday afternoon. Uh, basically right before the moon rose. That's when we really started to see some activity and you and I were actually together and some of quite a few deer and a nice buck that We debated on whether the harvester or not chosen to let it go and It's a good thing we did that way. I had tagged for this one today in same thing happened today. You know, it was pretty slow. This morning. I mean, I didn't hardly see anything like I did yesterday. And then then this afternoon, right when that moon started rising, That's when all the activity started. For the disbelievers out there. Tell them what I shared with you yesterday, which I have many times and what transpired. Well, we were sitting in there and Looking on the phone of when the moon was gonna rise. And what was it like 4 52 or something like that? I can't remember the exact time. Yeah, and we were like, 10 minutes away from that. And you said you'd give it here about 10 minutes and they're gonna start gangbanging this field and sure enough That's what they did. And it pretty much Worked up that way again this afternoon. Did it not? Yeah, yeah, sure Didn't really slow up until just that moment. Well, that's when everything started piling out. I've shared that with folks on the program, and from time to time, there's folks it Wanna argue with it? It doesn't always hold true. Obviously, weather is a huge factory and win, Dear move and why, But the moon is a unbelievable Influence upon dear And through the years that you've hunted with me. You've heard me talk about that a lot in It's something you really need to pay attention to. I'll just put it that way. It's made a believer out of me, that's for sure. Well, Jase, tell us about the hook. Well, we got about two minutes. Well, it's like I said it was actually kind of slow and You know, right When it Newton came out, That's when all the traffic started. There was a bunch of does out there and, uh, just buck came out of the left hand side of our food plot, and he was just he was on a mission. You know he didn't really pay attention to the does or anything, and I couldn't really get a good sight on him. The sea. You know what all those antlers had on him. And he got about three quarters away across the field. Before he started getting into some thicket. And I just made a call out to get him to stop and he stopped. That's when he looked at me and then, uh, I got a good shot on him and it first I thought I had a bad shot on him because he walked down towards the edge of the woods and saw him Pain and there I went, toe sent my gun down. Look back up, and he was gone. Well, come to find out this near actually walked the edge of the wood lines went from the bar back part of the property before he he killed over and when I got to him, I mean, I had a good Long shot on him. I mean, I got both of them and that he walked that hallway. How many points Easy. I gotta go to break. He's 11. He's a magnificent 11. Well, buddy. Congratulations, folks. I hope you've enjoyed these stories tonight. And I hope you've got more to share with me when we're on the radio show the next time check us out on Facebook and Jim straighter outdoors. God bless everybody. Whose radio 8 40. W. H s. We're in position. Ready to deploy turkeys. Lots of things could be falling from the sky this month of November. Release turkeys Don't panic, though. They're falling straight down. They are not flying. I repeat. They are not flying will let you know.

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08:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Welcome back to Jim. Straighter outdoors again. Open lands tonight, folks. I'm primarily going to concentrate on dear because I know that works on a lot of your old man. And given the fact we're winding down the early muzzleloader season in Kentucky. I'm looking for information from those of you who were in the field and what you saw. I'm gonna give you some prognostications of what I expect. That you probably sell, and we're going to talk about. The season. The numbers tonight to reach us it could be fishing. It could be dear noses, open lines. This is your your night to call and let me know what you want to talk about. To do so 57 born 84 84 or 1 800. 4448 for a foreign in that regard. Awayfrom Lawrenceburg gets the chance to kick us off a 20 hour. I'm good jam. How are you doing tonight? I'm doing Just fine, sir. I'm little road wearisome driving back from South Georgia. But that's part of the picture, so I really can't complain. That's a small price of admission. I have to understand. I was I was going in to kind of give you a report out. I would let you know that you know the deer activities very similar to what you mentioned earlier. We actually saw too. My daughter and I were hunting yesterday to juvenile Buck actually sparring. Right before dusk. It's the end of the day and see Actually 14 and harvested her 1st 1st buck yesterday afternoon small eight corners. That was good, Jai. The deer activities been or where we're we've seen numerous here. The herd is strong and Actually harvested my book earlier on in the crossbow season, Um, want to take a moment and just kind of pencil on my thanks to the Folks in Kentucky Department fish while out on everyone else who helps with the Elkhart. I was Lucky recipient of a bull elk tag in the second week. Of the whole firearms season, and I was able to harvest the nice, mature 66, and it was a great experience as well. Oh, I guess. Congratulations, Remand. That's that's really huge. Ain't do you care to share information about Those hearts with us that loved us for throwing away good guys have meet a great prices. You definitely need to shop at Taylorsville Butcher Block located 2 26 terrorists. Yes. So regarding the L can, Um, you know it was it was Quite a bit of a different experience. It was actually my first time l cunning. And just be here. Here the view going in here the responses that we were getting our view going kind of fantastic and And that was very quick. Had a nice mature bowl. That bugle early on Saturday morning. And literally just started making our white towards the hole. And I had a shock within 100 yards. Within an hour of daylight. So that was very quick, hon. It was very fun, huh? And then yesterday afternoon, my doctor Who who had hunted a number of years and non expressed interest in going back out and in trying to harvest the white tail and We went out yesterday afternoon's also our dear movement. They were entering the field much earlier than I expected. We've had numerous scrapes around our area. And so By about 6 P.m.. We're actually had two juvenile box within about 50 yards of our blind and they were Much to my surprise. They were sparring and And actually had a short duration, little fight, and we've got that on camera. And then later on in the room, she was able to harvest one smaller bucks. Small a point. It was just a good experience. That's fantastic. What's your daughter's name? It's raining. Greg Reagan Reagan tickle to death. You came back to the sport. I hope it was a good experience for him. What was the reaction since you've been out for a while came back. Well, you know, I think with all youth hunting, the G is seen animals moving. Way were in the bond at about 4 p.m. yesterday. And we actually had two does Enter the field and start working toward some of our food pots by about 4 30. So With the nose being up on their feet early. It kept her level of engagement and Associative maintain that quiet discipline and And just stay hidden. And so so it was pretty exciting, huh? We had here around us from 4 30 until Until she decided to pull the trigger. He was very, very excited and really productive. Fantastic. Great. I got a quick question. If you don't care what What's it like to walk up on that? They go out after you knock it down, but they were To be honest with you. Really? The shock for me wasn't walking up on it once I have taken the shot Keep in mind. I have been practicing. For you know a shot from 200 to 300 yards. And see the L. In the scope within 100 yards. As someone who's done in white tail for 25 years. Just the size of the animal was kind of overwhelming. It was very large and And, you know, obviously With El There's no such thing as grounds for trying. I mean, it is a large animal and Of the entire experience was very unique. Fantastic. It was there. Ah! Any problems Getting an animal that did number one Did you have with gather was just itself on. It was a cell phone. I had a friend with me that I know that elk hunting before. But it was it was not terribly difficult to get out. We were actually hunting on private land, so we were able to use on a TV and we were able to get the animal back to the truck relative quickly. I would advise anybody's ever going that if if Using an A T V and hunting on private property. To invest in some sort of quality ramp. Just to help get the animal up into the bed. That was a little bit of a task, but but we made it happen so Oh, not good on you for doing it yourself. Those do it yourself hearts and a whole nother dimension to it. Nothing against him with dad in many regards just Ah, very good play because they're on animals and I've scattered could help you get it out. But I'll tell you what tipped half from Jim Strange to you for doing that yourself like this. That's why tool Thank you. Yeah, I mean, we have My friend not prepared to stay for a week and we were by. We were back on before Darko Saturday. Oh, hell. Hey, I love it when a plan comes together, don't you? Absolutely. Thank you. Okay, Brian. Real quick. What dear? Did you host So the they're ours. It was Monday after crossbow season opened. I had Numerous dear still in of action group that point harvested near that just have 145 inches. He was a nice corner. Um, very wise, very tall, clean rags and a good animal. For that. I tell you what. Ah 140 Inch 100 48 plus eight partner to me is one heck of a deer. You know, I'd rather kill 140 shake that I would have 150. It's tender. Let's just me because I think the show better. So I know what kind of deal we're talking about. A three chaps will be on Facebook, Jim Straighter outdoors on.

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"They were back on Jim straighter outdoors in the numbers. 571 84 84 1 800. Four for 4 84 80 for you know that last call from Greg was an interesting one in that on all the threat If you will of CWD, showing up here in our region is riel. There is reason for concern about it. But I want to make sure folks understand when I talk about I don't mean to downplay The seriousness of it in any regard, but you have to realize that it's been in Colorado in there. Excuse me in there. White tail and meal deer population since the sixties. I am. There's never been a drop at if you will in population base. In those species, nor has there been a single solitary case of any transfer of that disease, which is peculiar. If you will, to the deer species. Um To humans, so There's a lot of Alarm That's overblown about this. I like to Kind of keep things in perspective, because it is something that A lot of the wildlife officials have expressed concern about rightfully so, However, I think it needs to be in perspective, because ah, it's just not shown to be that detrimental overall, it'sjust another wildlife disease out there like I don't know. Rabies in in the Kyles O R. The different diseases that hit raccoons. For example, there's all kind of wildlife diseases out there in the you certainly have more reason to be Concern, for example, about to Arabia. Ah, in rabbits. You do tow worry about the CWD, Um the deer in regard to transfer you as a human. It's just not shown to be transferrable. Where to Laramie and Rabbits, for example, is Old timers used to call it rabbit fever, so That's the perspective having there's there's another component to that thinks well worth noting most of the studies show That disease takes five or six years to develop to the stages where it kills. Dear. And in reality, not that many books or those make it beyond the 56 and Years of age in areas like we have here because of mortality from cars and honey. So is it a concern? Absolutely. Is it You know, full blown alarm and there's gonna Rim wrecker dear heard? No, In my estimation, it will not..

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12:40 min | 2 years ago

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"Radio eight forty WHAS and we're back on Jim straighter outdoors tonight is what I call a meet and greet night is the night that I reserve round the first of the year to hear from you folks and I just love to hear your voice and where you're from and what you like or don't like about the program or what you would like to hear more of it's very personal program in man I'm giving you the opportunity to connect with me directly and don't be afraid of the phone you're just talking to me your toward the audience it takes care of itself to reach is calls of five seven one eighty four eighty four or one eight hundred four four four eighty four eighty four just like Joanne did Hey Joanne from Mount Washington how are you tonight they all year I'm doing fine as well it is sure cold enough to suit me AB a little cold yeah I have what I want to tell you is I got interviews and then not but when I would start when I was dating I started dating a fellow who was a third generation gun collector and him at a huge collection and he was very knowledgeable of women also hunter and he lived on a farm and he would come out only go down on the hill instead at target and he taught me how to shoot and then we go down to four I was so long that the floor they're not Washington asked Todd about Washington towards for and we would shoot frogs fish maternal now just just in all countries healthy wholesome things to do that he was of the same opinion you are about a woman knowing how to shoot and protect yourself and he taught me how to do that and he hunted and then he learned how to cook game from that my mother who grew up on a farm in Cape game all you know when she was young woman living on the farm but that is carried through generations because we had a son who were all over the hunter I got to know the Jim Gerry Roman through my husband because he's being a gun collector he we have always been the gun shop welcome to you know the most knowledgeable went and he always said he was the best if you want to know something and now they're but he could tell he was early accurate and precise this is very Roman so I I feel enjoy him when he's on your program because it it just brings back really good memory for many and the hunting the to talk about my son was a deer hunter he passed away from while waiting for a heart transplant three years ago I'm sorry to hear that you're our part of me laughed at the same time I have a really believe it's gonna make it in may of twenty two days after surgery but anyway he was a very cannot for and cook and every time and when you your recipe programs on I think about him because he used to call me and say mom abandoned their right or or yeah the family now I think about him when you talk about your rest the fact that I just really enjoy your show it it brings back a lot of memories for happy memories for me I'm not thank you because you're you're you're some knowledge one you're so kind and I appreciate the joy and I deeply appreciate you you've touched my heart and I'm sorry you lost your son but you know we're all headed there one way or another and and for those of us your god fearing people I have a message there you better have your bags packed and ready to go because you don't know when your time's going to come what I say well he's he's Lescott and all that and it just stuck I think that is thirty eight and that is just how it broke my heart but anyway this man always in heaven and found me again thank you for all that you do thank you joy and I really appreciate it it's going around is called from elk creek yes Ryan Europe yeah I I call it pretty often among avid outdoorsman like most of my friends and family always enjoy the show I'm not do I do enjoy the game Roman shows of the only thing I like to hear more of those about wildlife management there's a lot of us landowners out there that love the food plot and the ins and outs of correcting well more game to our lands and I know your partnered up with a couple guys and I like to hear more of the more of that okay well that is certainly something near and dear to my heart ran a wildlife management is a fascinating science in in it's a natural study of course I learn more about it every year because I do a lot of it in I enjoy those shows so I'll certainly put that in my think tank you won't have to do more of a more often not I tend to do those as you're probably aware at the peak of piety Adams for management purposes we do a spring show to you know kind of jump start people into foods for deer and Turkey wildlife in the spring and summer months and then I do the same in the fall but that's not to say we can't do more those programs are here year round make note of that very good you know February and March or some of the slowest most boring moment for me and I guess a lot of outdoor mistrust are thinking about it a lot more read about it and well made to live in a bit come here to hello showed that term here also okay I hear you and I'll definitely make note of that and it's great suggestions are appreciated call hi Jim keep up the good work night's sleep and breathe this stuff up I thank you a lot granddaddy to that tell people all term are you guys work thinking about things I'm either out doors are inside thinking about their outdoors what I can bring to the plate on this program over seventy so that's a reason this particular program is one of my favorites and again the numbers to talk to me about that tonight or five seven one eighty four eighty four or one eight hundred four four four eighty four eighty four just like John just called on us from Jackson County Indiana Hey John how are you I'm doing well Sergio if you call me Mister straighter yet I will be upset I'm playing well GM okay GM thank you Sir I tell my girlfriend at five o'clock in the afternoon I said I got to go home get paperwork done so I can list your show sell it at Lancaster Capri **** yeah well I want to give you an update on the on the sand hill cranes up here okay Catholic wildlife refuge they did a bird count back in December and they counted twenty six thousand stand hills up here around the refuge in general in the brownstone bottoms of spot half of that so we've got a bunch of my peer don't know how they how they survive in this kind of weather but they must be tough birds but I want to let you know that I appreciate all the fishing tips that you give them throughout the year you know Crombie bluegill wonder basket now active long line that kind of thing so I just wanted to urge you to keep all that up up would you for learn from it because you're pretty knowledgeable and I I love was the last promise on your show he is he's a great friend and he's very very knowledgeable the I thank you have a great asset to the program so I appreciate you saying that okay well that's really all I had to say that I give it excuse my girlfriend I need to go home so I can listen to your show well tell you don't need a skews a straighter said you need to be their house at sounds great H. take welfare program thank you John give you a quick question yes those same deal cranes today push your recently or they're still there they're still here I'm usually hadn't down on the road about seven thirty eight o'clock in the morning and they're coming off the refuge have the I'm going east and west to crop fields and they were little bit slower this morning found when I went to church I mean it was I experienced family and no drips everywhere I don't know if their pollution south thirty or not I can't tell you that there is reason I asked are you talked earlier in the program ended a posting on my Facebook page which is Jim straighter outdoors on Facebook where I did a video of hundreds and hundreds are Robbins the children up a couple days before this weather here the course my comment was get ready because they know what's coming in and they know better than quite frankly the meteorologists because they have instinct which is god given to them to let him survive and I pay a lot more attention to some of that that are due prognostications from scientist which were smart not to pay attention to what they say but I think signals from mother nature irv very significant to me in the sand hills migrated later this year than they have in the past I didn't really see until up about the first to December normally from thanksgiving on their very active so I was just curious if they you know did as robin stages of robbers were here for one afternoon one morning and then down I mean it was like well pop your wings and head south boards we have a north wind hander tales of this time to leave so maybe call maybe next week or so let me know if they pushed her not I'd love to hear about that well that's interesting jam because two days ago there were hundreds of robin's around here and I thought they were coming back north but they may have been going south I mean there are hundreds of of they were named south yet today they're gone yep it's hard to find a Norman frozen soil yeah by area hi John appreciate earning keep up on the fishing tips throughout the months of the year well love to finishing second there I love to talk about it so I appreciate to the push alright folks I got a little break here the numbers five seven one.

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07:58 min | 2 years ago

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"They were back on Jim straighter doors tonight is a recipe night and we're off to the fan tastic start here several great recipes right out of the box from you callers in the numbers of those he wanted chairmen one eight hundred four four four eighty four eighty four or if your local five seven one eighty four eighty four let's go to learn his call from Spencer candy with the goose recipe which is a great idea I've got a couple armada sure a little later learned a lot of folks shoot use of some folks don't like to use them but it's usually because I don't know this is the recipe I just actually came up with the US today while but surgery people with that last night you know you read the piece of art they were you can do you what do you think about rose red smoke real good Cuba it was so much thank you Jamal all about the records think about it though argued over their job the celery chopped up though that resting on top of it all day that up for about fifteen twenty minutes want new for us still gonna be the for the what in the dark of the standard all over lawsuit filed all have bought records so people would go bear in there and you're free of cream of mushroom soup pouring out of the hole again everything other cast iron skillet something over that soup pot and don't do anything else with that point let that simmer pretty hot summer for about an hour get all a lie arsenal there is a quarter of a cabbage and doing that at all not seizing what they go through a lot the ideas were good and gender it turned out amazing you know that's very similar to the juice recipe I was gonna share actually in in you making me hungry man if you're white you're back tomorrow brings up a few balls look if you don't mind learn because there's a lot of moving parts that recipe you start out by Cuban the goose and you have the onion and what else to use their salary we are shop there and they don't know a little bit of bacon grease all goal there and about the records that voter in the cast iron skillet you know not a medium heat and just get those breast nice and brown don't know veggies took down the were almost March domino's should I take all that the show that over in soup pot these were all you know you can add a cold beer you're doing a few more no and use some of that does that do for us than the the baseball the beer and two three cans of cream of mushroom soup that's all you want but your body first in separate for about an hour no they what the goose breast they will be as tender it can be when you check it out well what if you go on but the all the veggies you can pretty much anything you want I wanted to go works more we're based that route flavor would complement the they needed the complimented it real well I see in and yet it would you say carrots and potatoes said Dan the traders are swell turnout in about a quarter had a cabbage I see the man I love terms a lot of people don't like terms but yeah mainstay for me a lot of my soups and stews and crockpot recipes a unique flavor to it turns out of course that will come out with a little bit of a nutty flavor on there and and it did what I wanted to there are good news all use like to force the tutorial by the gold model being with those that it wanted over flavor probably five six today it is not a bag of carrots of them all yeah rough spot celery that I had let's set up shot it toward the end of capital in some cabbage gonna come to make the cavs like the noodles for about thirty two it's interesting that's very you know some of those ingredients are what I use and what I call squirrel or rabbit br'er use that I make K. which is a big component in that for me because like you're saying it thickens up some really provides a nice flavor base buddy X. X. that's a fantastic recipe that's definitely going to be one that Allah utilize it in the future I promise you all right well good luck with it yes Sir Preciado very very much I will share a recipe here there is one that I'll consider it sounds like it's out on the edge a little bit and I've got several like that but I would encourage those the if you like to delve hooked to try this recipe it's a huge departure from the way most people cook doves and when I mention it folks are like I can't imagine what that tastes like and all I can say is is that this lip smacking good it is it's a simple was packed here's what to do I'm delighted of breasts HM obviously you don't put the press to the sad and then our mayor datums in sweet mustard there's a one particular mustard I like a lot of scope may it's is creamy sweet mustard but any sweet mustard or do you marinate in that in your role in the a rich cracker meal that I talked about were you take rich crackers you grab him up just as fast as you can I had little seasoned salt a little bit of a black pepper to that in a frown minuscule it with a mixture of all of all and butter if you want to do them on a medium low heat because as soon as their brand the servers that gets brand you want a flip of the reason for this is two fold number one you don't want a scorcher in the skillet number two you want don't want I'm sold done that they're over done and tastes like liver if you overcook does they tend to get a liver taste and the times of overcooked my still like to present our friend liver but not everybody does at any rate when they're brown on the one side you flip among the other again a medium he you don't want a real high heat you just want it where the brown the the year cracker crumbs on then you flip on the take about AM when they're brown on both sides take about very very carefully and you'll find as of the medium rare to peak on the inside in that flavoring of those rich crackers and that brother in all of all mixture is absolutely outstanding but it's just is very difficult for me to describe it but it works extremely well I have used that recipe on duck breast as well you cut to duck breast in in slivers wakes why hasn't come like it hands were you got to the flight yeah that breast of duck this about this as well of a dove breast in use that same exact recipe and it puts a flavor term this really really delicious I think you'd really enjoy it we got to go to break here this break is present above all sealed properly shark realty Paul Thomas is a broker he's got all kind of.

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03:33 min | 3 years ago

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"They were back on Jim straighter outdoors the numbers again to speak to the issue of the department of fish wildlife entering into an agreement with appellation while our foundation to move to arm forty one of your elk to that private entities appellation while our foundation M. center where you will no longer be able to hunt those to learn for anyone else and you will have to pay a to do so we have the number five seven one eighty four eighty four one eight hundred four four four eighty four eighty three before this issue of several folks who have been mentioned the legality of this and and have the laws to be interpreted in again I'm not a lawyer but I tend to look at this from a an ethical standpoint our in also tend to look at it in those ethics with a lack of of what I will call morals on the issue and here's here's why I say that we've been told repeatedly that the department is going to be in this new era operating with transparency and accountability it is going to be sportsmen centric obviously when you have a situation where they took this many elk and gave in to this private entity with all the good things that go along with it and the commissioners were aware of and didn't sign off on the agreement didn't vote on it and read the sports minute outdoor women of the Commonwealth war told about it and when I say we're told that they made the excuse there was press releases that went out yeah but it didn't say it was it was going to a pay per view out for yes it is conveniently left out of a lot of the details in that M. did it didn't go out to affect twenty eighteen that was years down the road when they already had moved all that out so it's a situation here the seems to keep compare me himself from it basically I can say on this particular subject their statements that there is transparency in that there's accountability would appear to be a lot A. M. the sports from centric part I don't get that kid buddy they take your elk and you came home to many more and you have to pay to see or effects sportsman centric hi there's just no description part in my mind this this anything other than as I mentioned before really ugly pig whether enough lipstick to make it look good there's just not and that's what these commissioners are going to have to grapple with moving forward and it's a tough job and I hope they realize that by criticizing these things were not disparaging them it won their doings but on the other hand it was their responsibility to oversee now they know now this is going to be going forward to review the contract and we'll see how the ball rolls folks if you want to hear my program.

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06:55 min | 3 years ago

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"They were back on Jim straighter outdoors again we're expressing concerns here tonight about the population of mature cat Fishin river but there's other concerns as well either are no restrictions on the commercial fishermen for the smaller fish for example out of the river that speaks to the issue of what you folks would like to see done I guess rob you start at and were aired you've got ideas Steve you do what what do you folks want to see happen well I'll start Jim in in this is what we've kind of pitch to the folks empowers you know we we think that it's fair for statewide one over thirty five inches for commercial fishermen and sport fishermen alike I don't think it's too unfair to ask that the commercial guys live by the same rules that recreational guys live by a the other thing that we've talked about is you know you know just know stocking of wild fish out of the river into any pay like you know when I grew up you know and you know people didn't want river fish going into the lakes they weren't as good to eat you know the concern is if we if we you know protect the trophy fish like we should you know the next potential issue is going to be you know when you look at you know river fish you know the smaller fish are going you know sixty cents seventy cents a pound verses a farm raised fish that's a dollar fifty a pay on so you can do the math and you know there's a lot you know you look at and you see it on Facebook all the time it's not just the it's not just the fish over twenty pounds are going these pay likes there's a lot of pain likes their stock in these river fish so you know that needs to be addressed as well and then the other thing that we talked about you know is the the no lot transport across state lines you know we push for that hard in twenty seventeen twenty eighteen and you know kind of at the eleventh hour you know fish and wildlife you know through a curve ball Addison and said that you know what they were it was problematic two and four so you know those are what we've been pushing for for awhile now well I don't have the hardly forces they know who the commercial fishermen are yeah I think it had something to do with Indiana allow Kentucky law while I think it's what it had to do it according to the lawyer yeah we we when we talk about this in twenty fourteen that was what was you know that was the thing that was said back then as you know we've got a we've got a coordinate with other states and other agencies that's what makes it so difficult and you know that was in twenty fourteen here we are twenty nineteen that's what we heard again yeah but as I go there through this list Tennessee no I'll state transport one fish over thirty four Alabama won over thirty four Indiana one over thirty five they'll nor one over thirty five or how no commercial fishing one hour thirty five West Virginia commercial fishing one over thirty five these are figures you folks and given the just a nut shell Missouri no commercial fishing for catfish except in the Mississippi so the other states are more restrictive the other states have realize the commercial fishing can impact it so but I think they see the value in the economic impact with anger is coming to their state for these big cafe as well Ellen do you have anything else you'd like to see done perhaps in these proposals you know I got I got several bank I'm on the family got when it's right there you know there there's a couple thank their being overlooked Parsifal you know the guy is the lion is the apex predator in our river systems he takes care of the in a bike safety there are rivers we have anybody we see that our river systems they they promote though and the aching car there's an issue with both of them in our river systems in all our river systems in Kentucky why are we taking out the apex predator that one thanks for sure we have about two minutes okay this one over thirty five NO transporting of gave me the cross state lines are actually push for that I had a representative from my accounting back in two thousand three and right that bill that had been artfully from the very beginning a one over thirty five states and a no transportation of live all right mind that we will be great with rob about the play like bank the notes stocking alive wild not that at least regulated so very minimal of what they can put in there Kentucky based while I need to get more out of the water this does need to be enforced that is a major problem I have not been checked by Kentucky there are all Sir in five years I was just check by the Indiana Dan all Sir for the sixth time this year last night that that's the major issues you know so that very give so much to their you know thank you a lot of over thirty four inches in their state you know so you know it's just a and and why we've been in progress wildlife then they gave us these the last minute let into our region they cannot buy no thanks thank you well Alabama has done it and can it be have done it they are state in America just like Kentucky call will ask them what they needed to get that done obviously it can be done all right very good folks we got to go to a heartbreak here I've got a minute here basically you our urging folks to contact their fish wildlife commissioners in their district and are there state senator or representative to let him know let him know that that if there's an issue out there that we really like to fix I mean or you know your grandchildren to be able to go out kids face like that it's going to happen yes Sir alright folks are really appreciate your being with us tonight we're doing some special programming here going forward this evening local city soccer is on the road lab United tonight at seven thirty pregame coverage will start right after this break god bless everybody they're running her although here my old friend and mentor my boss Roger ailes at fox news used to say the only thing in the middle of the road kid is road kill you got to pick a lane I defied him I defy everybody I'm in the middle of.

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"Forty WHAT. Yes. We're back on Jim straighter outdoors gin the numbers. See if he'd liked to call in comments about the passage of the crossbow, speech and pro or con. Number five seven one eighty four eighty four one eight hundred four four four eighty four eighty four you know, one of the things that was. A bright light. And all this. If you will. That came from the folks who were for the expansion, honestly was the agreement by them. They had concerns about the nonresident situation. And what I call gasoline on the fire by land leasing by outfitters and or nonresidents because. They know the pulse on that anybody that has any connection throughout the state with other hunters and discussed this will tell you. It's a big big problem. But the. Department of tourism and the -partment of fish wildlife. His obviously turn the blind either that and I mean when I say a blind eye. Here's what I'm talking about. Here. Their statement to. The legislature. Department has no evidence to suggest that the proposed. Regulation will increase privately and deer hunting leases for non-residents at outfitters. What do they mean by they have no evidence to suggest that why in the world? If you've got any integrity about your half, a brain. Would you make a statement like that? Of course, it's going to increase the man the land leasing by outfitters and non residents because we're the only state with a enviable deer herd. That is going to allow hunting with a crossbow of arthritic states. We're going to be one of the earliest openers, and we have an enviable heard and ladies and gentlemen, you heard what up for sale. On the and block, and we now have again a deer season with a weapon that you like a rifle that runs from the third weekend September through January twenty eighth. My biggest concern here. One up stated repeatedly. Let's say I'm wrong about all those things. Did we really have it? Good before we went down this road. Didn't we enjoy one of the best year herds in the nation? If you wanted to hunt with a crossbow didn't you have opportunity not being able to hunt from October first through the twenty something and then from Glenn deer season through the end of December. I mean, I'll put this way. And I mentioned this to the legislature. If crossbow was such a big weapon of choice and people were. Being dismayed because they couldn't enjoy more hunting opportunity with the wire there only three thousand some odd. Dear right at four thousand deer harvested with crossbow last year the year before if this is a big weapon of choice than why more people hunting with it and harvesting deer with it to begin with a year. That's a disingenuous argument. Let's go to Brad who's on hold about mineral box. Yes. Brad. Double whammy because if you take the Meryl's fields. Tractor supply places, you can just cashiered. Out. Do. More efficiency singles because our exactly. Insist strong, and it's more likely that something like you were talking about what breakout west barrel put out though. Oh that a lot of. Inventory on. It's not a wipeout. Well, Brad, that's a good point. And I've got a question for you. And this is this to me, again is ludicrous is if they were to outlaw mineral blocks as part of this, you know, situation about CW d-. What are they gonna do about salt blocks that farmers put out for their cattle because if hunters don't have at mineral box, you bet your sweet bitty that all the deer in areas that have agriculture where you've got cattle and salt box those dear to use them. And you talk really concentrating dear at one place, buddy. Then you've got a real situation. So what are they gonna do? Farmers. They can't put out saltbox anymore. I mean, it's it's just crazy. It's out on the edge where it's just is too. Going to draw in. Fallen in to stay closer to those. For the cows. And it also shows. Because when. What happens to those gals out there? Victory until they're gone because me, so there's a double whammy. Counting affect. It's a domino effect. So call. But I'm gonna keep but about, but thank you, sir. I really appreciate it. Let's go to Hubert wants to talk Turkey Hubert. Welcome aboard. Hey am. I wanted to do about the Turkey ski morning. Okay. My nephew took me over to spot over. And then we candy. And cold up a big gablers and. Day, you what you know? I got through it. And he wanted to take me. He started him out on Turkey. Years ago, the boys done growed up each money. He always told me 'cause you pay to brand of magic grandson. And he said he called me should oh said. I said all right. Yeah. He had me all set up over there. And we called up I called up to big big Noblet and shot like twenty eight pounds beard almost h Mark. He were dead. Very heartwarming story in God bless that gentleman. You refer to your nephew, you know. That's a great story. Yeah. He takes care. Eight takes care of me. And God bless you. And I I really loved to let me on Sundays most of the time. I don't get the year. Util later, we go to church, and we let out about seventy thirty. So I get here late thirty minutes. But I love to listen to you on what talking about Pearl smoke. We need to get that down. Because I mean, you know late in the deer. Last year. I didn't get the deer. But. I still love my dear. And maybe the good Lord or let me dear STAN, but data won't them. Get out there and kill all Merv big bucks out there. It's it's not a good situation to have and one of the reasons that we have as she says full gun deer season is because of the relative quiet in the woods after the youth gun deer season and Muzzleloader season in October. But now you're going to have legions of people that are going to take up the cross bow. That's what's happened in every state where they've done it. Crossover is start to use a crossbow because of its similarity to good, and it just scrambled eggs. You know, there's another thing about this that that I'm very very concerned about because it's happened almost every state. There is a huge spike for obvious reason in crossbow sales after full inclusion into archery during that period of the year Kerr's, and it's a boon for archery dealers initially, but you know, what happens on the back end of it a lot of the small artery dealers because of the decline. Yeah. Regular both sales that you're out of business. And I wish there to been some of the smaller archery dealers there to explain their side of the story to the legislature because that is going to happen. There's going to be a surgeon in sales, but once. Folks by that cross crossbow and get experienced with it and they get it dialed in. They don't have to practice with it. And they generally don't buy the other crossbow. They've got what they need. It's kind of like buying your favorite derive from once you've got one. And you know, what it'll do you're satisfied with archery. There's always new, vases, new technology becomes available and folks tend to go in those shops get their both tune by airs for practice all the little things that go along with regular Archie, archery. When when. Yeah, crossbow gets a hold all that changes. Well, you think young get ration- come up? They got the archery and school, and and you know, we we gotta have something for the younger people today. You know? What what's going to happen? When if there's reduction endear numbers and. These kids don't see a deer to three times out his new hunter. You know? What's going to happen there? Your Vert back video games. Yeah. Yeah. And then Wade keeps them wipe them video. And you said something about that population. This year, the all of that have five hundred growing. Nail and two thousand eleven got borough day up. Good Lord, give me a blessing. First time ever put in board. Got growed up on October first eleven killed. Six six bucks for seventeen yards shoddy mend the neck. And he's hanging up Downer Cabela's if you ever go. Checking out you look off to the right? And you'll see see my L could in my plant. They gotta play it underneath Mark. And I'm proud be. I'm proud of you good for you Hubert. I'm I'm delighted you hear you've had a great career. And hopefully, you'll beat this cancer for years to come. I really appreciate you comb my partner. Well, I'm glad to get to talk to you. Talk to you for ages. Nuts it I'm call. I'm okay. I'll he said something about the Turkey on. I'm gonna call bet that night's Turkey. I'm proud of you again, God bless your the gentleman you for Tuesday, if you for taking you he deserves and and God bless you. And thank you for taking my call. Thank you, sir. I really appreciate all right. Quick break here, folks. Jeff hang on. I'll be with you. Right. After this short break..

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06:28 min | 3 years ago

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"Good evening, everyone Jim straighter here in the studio. Welcome aboard. In this evening. I just got back from a fantastic fishing trip to why slake him Alabama. My good friend Kenny Shockley from South Georgia Mellon, Georgia to be exact. Bash yellow bass spotted bass, and it's really nice striper sore. I had a great little mini vacation. If you will for a couple of days, I was quite frankly, sick and tired of our weather here. It was ready for some respite environment where I could do my thing if you will. So it was great to get away and do that. And we've got a special program tonight. Folks, we've got a an issue that is upon us at this point. And that is the expansion of the crossbow season in the state of Kentucky. I've mentioned this several times in previous programming. And the reason I say is is upon us. The fish and wildlife commission has voted to expand crossbow season across regular Archer season starting September fifteenth all the way through in other words crossbow will start if this is approved by the legislative review. Regulation view sub committee. It will run from September fifteenth through the end of regular archery season the third week or so in January. So that sub committee is meeting on April the night, and that's where the administrative regulation review subcommittee of the legislature will look at the regulation and decide what should be done with it. So. I'm going to talk about this tonight. I wanna set the plate and make a couple of things very clear from that set. Number one. I hunt with a crossbow, I am not anti crossbow. There are folks with department and with some of the crossbow groups that have tried to paint me in a corner with that. If you don't want to take my word, far, go to Jim straighter outdoors on Facebook. You'll see picture me with a big. While board that I took with a crossbow my dear that I've taken last couple years with crossbow in the telecheck where everyone can see him. So there's your burden of proof. I won't get that one after right now what this program is about. And what this debate should be about is the potential impact this inclusion we'll have upon our dear heard I have tremendous concern about what it will do. And it's based on historical data from other states, which have done this type of inclusion in their seasons is going to be based upon the harvest data from those states, which are very revealing. We'll give some of those harvest figures to you. So you can understand where this will go. If this inclusion does happen, and I'm going to talk about. At lake some of the negative impacts is going to have not only on archery hunting, but on gun hunting. Ken hunters have traditionally enjoyed a quiet period. If you will before gun season opens our traditional gun season in November. In states that have done this type of inclusion they have seen a huge increase in carbon before their gun seasons. And they're good hunting participation drops. Because the folks take up the crossbow to be able to take their dear before their neighbor, their buddy, if you will takes there's so there there several components to this that need to be discussed in these negative factors. Have not quite frankly been put out to youth the sporting public the way they should have been and we're going to put him on the plate tonight. And I want to talk to you from the heart about this. 'cause I'm a firm believer. If Kentucky does go. So this inclusion you're going to see more bucks killed before. They. Breed which is a huge concern. Secondarily, you're going to see big change in the way our gun season has been enjoyed in the past. And I'm talking about this and explain it in detail. And you're also gonna see a big drop in participation in regular archery Honey per se. The give you the states that have done it. And we're going to discuss it in that regard. I've got a special guest in the studio with me tonight. Her name is Ellen Spillers Ellen is very versed with crossbow her family hunts extensively crossbow, but she has this very unique. Position in this argument because she's the former managing editor of crossbow magazine. Her family all their turkeys at Dave harvested have been killed with a crossbow. She's also a freelance writer for both hunting dot com, and she's a hundred and Bo hunter education instructor also outdoors woman instructor so Ellen brings a lot to the plate. I will introduce her coming back from break, and we'll get into the meat of the subject if you would like to comment or have questions about this tonight..

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06:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Good evening everybody Jim straighter here in the studio. And where I am. There is snow on the ground. Here we are in marching here. It is brother here. It is. Changeable weather March as we all know is reputed to come in like a lion and go out like a lamb. I'm certainly hoping we see the lamb pretty soon. I don't know about you, folks. But I'm sick a winner. And I'm ready for the big change. We were as I reported in previous programs getting way ahead on the weather. So in one regard, this might be a silver lining to the cloud because we. Have problems when we get too far ahead by that? I mean vegetation starts to sprout. He gets Bert. Trees have started to bud. The most notable ones, of course, there are some of the willows and water Maples free example, did those some Elms starting to bud this week. And if we get too far ahead women have. Deep freezes Dan in the twenties. It's cetera which are predicted for this week. Incidentally, we have problems and. In its own way. I guess I can put up with this. No. If it's the start of a situation where the. Clock. If you will the matrix caught gets reset to keep us from having their candidate image. I'm sure a lot of you probably have seen daffodils that are in bloom, for example. A squirrel hunted and rabbit hunted this past week in Taurus, I wish I had done. So I thought about it didn't take a picture of the rabbits. And or the squirrels there with a handful of daffodils in the picture that were in bloom because it was certainly a a weird scenario from what we normally see in. Obviously we've had a whole lot of that in in recent past including the record rainfalls, we've had richer continuing the flooding. We have talk about a reset we need to get back to a little more normal, hopefully before the spring fishing season is upon us because it's here, but you can't go, you know, the lot of the ramps are flooded. The waters are had money almost everywhere across the Commonwealth. And it is what it is. So. We'll just deal with as best. We can a lot of folks have asked me what that rain and are flooding is going to do with the fish how they cope with that. They're used to that. We have had rain fall mount in spring. A lot of you probably remember some of the springs we had not too many years ago where the ramp for flooded everything was had money fish, generally, speaking, go into deeper holes were a lot of people don't realize about current in rivers and streams is that the fastest current is on top. Now, that's not necessarily true. If you've got a small stream, and it's a shoot of water if you will or you know, just one big mass of water moving but in deeper pool. Areas are in bigger strings like the Ohio river the Cumberland river center, where there's holes that's where those fish go to ride it out, and they also get behind any current breaks. They can find and just can't hold him position. And do the best they can to get through it. So it doesn't necessarily displace them or put them in undue stress. The way you think. Because again, the fastest water is at at the top. If you've ever fished much, which I've done a lot of obviously in rivers and streams, you'll notice it your lands going one way, but your bait is is actually dragging behind it somewhat. Especially if you're using a bait big enough in those conditions to get down quickly passed that upper layer water. So I've had a lot of questions about that. And that's the way fish deal with that. Wildlife notes real quickly here again, the rabbits are breeding. The Cowboys have pups they continue to be a problem for people who domestic dogs or cats are in areas where there are because they are very prone to attack. Now while the scouts have pups. So you need to be aware of that. You also need to think about the rest of nature right now, they're going through a pretty tough time. But they're doing the best kin. What I mean by that is dear are really taking advantage of the. Unusually green. Grasses wheat stuff in food plots. That's available to them because that warmup period we had again, there'll be a setback now. But they have at least had that sustenance moving into this wild turkeys are the same. They love sprouted wheat. In green grasses that come up in their foraging, far and wide. I have not seen any break up in the flocks yet. They're still in the winter flocks everywhere that I've traveled if you've seen differently would love to hear from you. So we're going to talk about some fish and wildlife issues tonight. Sure. Some of you are aware of some of the things that I'm going to talk about. But I want to make sure that the sportsman and outdoor women are the Commonwealth are aware of what's going on. And how it's impacting. What they do where they can hunt and most importantly, the future of the fish and wildlife commission, and or the department as we know it it is under siege. There is a takeover in progress. And I'll lay that out to you. Right..

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05:33 min | 3 years ago

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"Good evening, everyone Jim straighter here in the studio on a very very cold, bitterly cold Sunday night here in mid January and great to be back on the program with you, folks. We've. Obviously seen winner descend upon our can relate a funny story that revolves around some friends of mine who loved to Chad or kid me when I'm not on the radio. If you go to my Facebook page, which is Jim straighter outdoors on Facebook posted a video of hundreds and hundreds of Robin's flocking into Holly tree in my front yard. And I mean it was game on I've never heard such wrestling in the leaves and talk amongst them. They were obviously term each other. It was time to get out of dodge. It is time to migrate. It's honest, and a tear the reason I'm relating that is because my friends have been kidding me. As we've moved from mid December up into January. Hey, JIMBO, you talked about the bad weather, and we're going to have you talked about the winter. Where is it? Nasa said. Not to worry grasshopper. It will come and here. It is. You know, I think there had a Mars in the twenties. It's going to go up and down a bit. But we're going to be under siege. By winter. There's no doubt in my mind about that. If I have to crawl on the backside willingly do so, but I get to cook. The crow has that for fairness. Right. Glad to be here. I'm doing open lands tonight. This is one of my favorite shows of the entire year. I do this every year about this time. Normally I'd do it right around the first of the year, but we've had our the programming. So. This is the place in time. I'm trying this out. It's what I call my meet and greet show. And what I mean by that is tonight. I wanna hear from you, folks. I wanna know where you're from by that Amine. What candy what part of the state or country, whatever we hit about thirty eight states. Here are signal that we enjoy here. W H A S. You know, we're a fifty thousand watt clear channel station, which goes all over the place. I've listened to W H ASEAN Central America in Belize. I've listened to it in Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Georgia we enjoy a great signal here. So it doesn't matter where you're from except that I want to know where you're from. So I know that you listen to us, and then I want to know about what you would like to hear in twenty nineteen. Do you want to hear more about dove hunting you want to hear more about tiered? He warned no more about. Conservation. You know, how how are? Conservation efforts are going in the United States are in Kentucky or Indiana, or whatever. Obviously, I won't have all the answers. But what I really want to do is say Hello to you. All you gotta do is pick up the phone, and you don't have to say exactly who you are. But I would love in usually enjoy conversing with you and your mic or Julie or George or fill up or. Suzy whatever the case may be I'd like to hear from unite. I like to welcome you to the program. And I will be very attune of and taking notes about what you would like for me to talk about in this year of our Lord twenty nineteen. So tonight's meet and greet. And I'm delighted to be able to save Ning. We've got a cold winter night out here. Some things I wanna lay on your before we go to break here. If you've got domestic animals, please think about him because they are under the siege. If they're exposed to this weather is wildlife, but they're not quite as mobile as wildlife in most cases, and are dependent upon you extra straw in the boxers bring them indoors if you possibly can if we're speaking about dogs and cats. If they're horses or cattle or go, or whatever the case may be as you know, they need extra food. They need water water is gonna freeze. It's not gonna be easy access. So my heart bleeds for those critters because they provide and everything that they can. And we need to do the same in return. So that's the plate for tonight. I wanna hear from you folks, you just call him say half you'd like to anything appropriate here. I wanna know what you would like to hear about. When I come on this program and open up the microphone Theresa's the numbers..

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