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"junction city" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

04:44 min | 4 months ago

"junction city" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

"So so sad. You were and you were there. What must is so. You lived in junction city around the early seventies. when they're in the who's man era and you were there may be what two years three never i was. Never part of the hooves on my back he back. Yeah backed off and said i'm outta this guy's been understood a little bit about. Who's around doing that so you were with us. And of course my theory has always been that the reason jay's acts like you sometimes but not near as fun is because he was in christine used to keep him when he was just a toddler. Yeah kirstein civil you stupid. She said we can't pay them every weekend. He's just why you can get along. We are too much. What was the double whammy. Hey this out on the fun part. He's like he's like you on the argumentative stubborn side without any of the five lonsdale. Okay argue with tax exactly. But you know it's always fun to talk about so not only did. Have you all talked about. We're used to race. Cars is what he says. Dashes on you can outrun nanny. Eight percent of the vehicles ninety nine because they will spend somewhat when they action. And you're running on foot foot in this case. But i could cross the regaining on me quickly. But i could not outrun harley davidson a but they barely beat me all horse. Yeah our horse but but anybody that got in a vehicle once. They spun their tires. Just a little bit at any rubber burning. And i was down toward the forty yards and i was lot people faster than me but collected twenty bucks. It was twenty buck riding on everyone. I'm twenty dollars. You gotta remember to. We were made mini. Twenty dollars was still a college athlete. Tommy he was just out of college. And you know david david redneck. Okay by the way about way for you ladies and gentlemen. Who are listening to this. Don't ever do this kind of thing. Don't even don't even get involved in that at all. It's the agree. And so so but dab was always like at what i love about is some of the entrepreneurial spirit was already allowed into turns a hat of may have a business and all that so the way i read once you got land spiritually worked up by the way i read through this alan I was surprised that there is a somewhat a link. The number of years. All the empires about arm-wrestling you know could have been going on for years ago and some they in these pharaoh tombs i read. They found like drawings of people arm wrestling. So you're talking about and that's four thousand years ago so this way back pretty interesting. They don't know for sure exactly what they were doing that. It looked like they were armrest. We're living in post spears and knives and when arrows and whatever clubs but you know during that era you would probably a main you know to to meet someone would be basically an arm wrestle. There's not many just sharp pointed sticks and spears arm wrestling techniques would be handy to keep you alive. Let's you know what i'm saying. That wasn't a greek. Wouldn't you think. I like the way you're thinking really well. We can't go get our gun because they haven't been they haven't invented gunpowder twelve hundred ad. I think it was no gun powder. This was just basically a lot of hand to hand. Put it put it mildly. Hand hand. you'd think about him soldiers. Now i mean having a skill set that he has somebody on the ground. Hurry is and being able to break your arms avenue. Still hang. That alone makes it pretty special. Well one of the most impressive things about bill. That that that i've seen over the years is his tolerance for pain. Yeah it is. I've never seen a man. And i asked dr hilburn who's my dentist. He's fails dennis. I said is it true. That fail comes in here when you're drilling on him. He takes zero zero painkiller. He said that's one hundred percent true so he doesn't like the no i'll ask..

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"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:10 min | 11 months ago

"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's appropriate to have Scott on right now, right after New Year's. Now that About 99% of the people on the planet Iran Diet. So let's see what he has in store for us. Good morning. Good morning. You know, I usually start out with a new year's something with black eyed peas or diet or whatever, but this time I went. I went duck hunting with Jake. We want with our friend Brett Butler of the district. 10 did really Well, Jake heads back up PICO and says, Dad, What am I gonna do with all these ducks and geese? So in spite of the fact that my son Jake, who's 23 now, and we announced his birth on the show 20 years ago. Accused your name naming him after a young turkey. Remember after a young turkey, right? So I sent him up Chico and talking through how to make a giant batch of Duck and goose stew. So I've got a spicy goose stew recipe that's on the sporting Chef website. But thing is here's There is one of the problems that he ran into. He brined it. And you and I have talked about Brian's forever. Never never You know the basic Brian a gallon of water cup each of kosher salt or any kind, of course salt and brown sugar. And so even though I told him make sure it's coarse salt, not table grind, Fine. Grind salt. What did he do? He used the fine grained salt. And so he said, Dad. My stew was really spice or was really salty, which help venture there's some people that have listened to the show that have had the same results because when you when you use a coarse salt right there bigger grain, so there's more air space in between the salt, so you're not getting as much salt in a cup. As opposed to the concentrated fine grind table salt, right, huh? I got you. So So when you do, bro, and you want to make sure that you cut back on the salt that you season it with, if you do happen to use Table salt by mistake. You've been still soak it in cold water and get some enough salt out. But anyway One of the great ways to use up a whole bunch of ducks and geese. If you're lucky enough to shoot him is to make a big pot of stew and you can freeze it and patches on what I do is I put it into a Ziploc bag. Freeze it and then vacuum seal it after it's been frozen. In that way, you don't worry about the juice coming out anyway. Back to this crew. So brown, Absolutely Brandon Upson, Dice bacon. You said bacon grease sooner have done the same thing with twinkly star. You want to get the grease in there? Takes and chunks of ducks, geese. Mixed bag doesn't matter Brown it really good throw in some chopped onion, celery, carrots. If you want it spicy. Put it a little jalapeno and some garlic and just get it until those onions are translucent. There was some beef broth or better yet, if you made some broth out of some duck and goose bodies a little worse, just served rosemary and a can of diced tomatoes or if you want it more tomato, two cans of right of diced tomatoes. Bring it to a boil. Put a lid on it and then lower the heat and just let it simmer because you got to go low and slow because we don't want medium rare in these things. We want him to be more tender follow for a lot of people like so it's gonna take a couple of hours and once it starts to get tender, I throw in some diced potatoes. Check for seasoning with salt and pepper. If you wanted, Ted, you want to pick it up. You could put a little tomato paste in there, but It's that simple. And for those people like I said they were fortunate enough to shoot a lot of Ducks and geese this year. It's a great way to use it up. Yeah, that's great. I love stew. And you know, just like chili, you know, you make venison RL chili, Uh and you freeze it and in the winner, that's the time. It's an easy meal anytime. You can take it up to your duck club. You can do whatever you want with it, but That's a great winner Recipe. I love it. It's good. I mean, this is this is too season. I don't usually have a big pot of stew in the middle of the summer. But right now good and by the way, sporting Chef is back on Sportsman Channel for a new season and dead meat is now on outdoor channel five times a week. So for people that haven't got that didn't get sportsman Channel that have outdoor They've got several seasons of dead meat up ahead for the high death. Sports Most general Oh, yeah, that's very all right. Does sports the gentle Thanks for reminding me what you watched on Comcast? It should automatically switch switch you over, so I don't look nearly as bad as I already am. Yeah. Thank you, Scott. Dr. Next week, Bye Bye. Scott Left of the website sporting chef dot com. Okay. Switching gears. Steelhead, The Trinity River Low Clear bunch of fish. Come in, You can pound on him. Then they get tough. We need rain. Guide to spend waiting for it is Matt Mitchell and I talked to Matt last night. Matt, you're kind of in Between times. It's the kind time a year where you need whether to get the fish moving, and especially to get new fish coming in. Tell me what's going on in Trinity right now. Well, there's a pretty decent little slug of Fish and hit the Junction City area. Really last week, um, did pretty well for a few days there. We need some more water. Torto bring some or in and the clam it and they'll shoot up and come into the Trinity. This Willow Creek last week and we hooked a couple adults and had a ton of half pounders. But we definitely need some rain to bring some fresh fish. So what happens to the slug of fish that moved into the Junction City? Do they just get beat on and kind of hunkered down or do they move up? Do you think I think some of them hunker down because they're waiting for Canyon Creek to get enough water to go up and the North Fork to get enough water to go up and Browns Creek and all these different feeder streams. But ah lot of them shoot up towards the hatchery because they're you know, just depends on what What creek they're going up to spawn this time, years, Mostly wild fish coming in sure. That's good news. That's good news. So the not know when you were catching him at Junction City. What technique where you're using. Limps under an indicator actually, eight patterns mostly Okay, so the egg patterns were still working out fishing the rubber legs. Well, we got a few on rubber legs but down there they especially the South Forks, bringing in some color right now, so They speak color the et eggs when there's color in the water, and then those fresher fish. They slash out of the those eggs, too. They they're programmed to eat a steelhead are until they get beat up on by him for a little while. They still eat him. Well, you you covered because you were done by Willow Creek, which is course below the south right below the Southwark. Then you were a dull oma and then a junction City. Did you catch fish? All three places. Did? Yes, sir. Yes, sir. At some pretty decent days. I mean, we had to really work for those those adults, but They were there, and we did get a few every day. So OK s O. So what we're reading. You're supposed to be a real good storm move in Monday. I know it's supposed to blow out the smith the eel on the coast and that should be just what the doctor ordered in land, Haman. Yeah, I was over on the Smith River. Ah, for 45. Days ago, I took my wife and kids for a float over there just to go Show it to my wife. She never been on it and it was low and clear. It could definitely Blowout. Bring some fishing and I think this is gonna be the real start of steelhead season on the coast. For sure this storm is gonna bring them all in That's that's mad Mitchell, Matt Mitchell's guys..

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"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Welcome back. Well, Matt Mitchell, If you listen to the program and all you know, we get reports from madam. Klamath River, the Trinity that you'll river when it comes into shape. Fall River, the Sacramento River He is efficient fool as they say, And I don't mean that literally, but he joins us now and kind of updates us on his steelhead fishing. Good morning. Morning, Bob Gloria, But I'm doing pretty good. How are you doing? Keeping busy? I would guess. I am. Yeah. I had a cancelation for today due to Cove it But other than that happened, pretty slammed this week. Yeah. Where have you been Fishing? Mostly mad. I've been on the Trinity all week. We've got a pretty fair amount of rain bumped up the clothes for the good and brought a few fresh fish into the junction to the area, And this has been good. No rain is a magic to that river, isn't it? It sure does good things. Well, you know, no river. I mean, that's more like a moderate sized trout stream when it's running down there like 300 cubic feet per second. Not exactly like a stream and hold big, beautiful steelhead. But it makes fishing really tough. That rain gets the creek Sloane a little bit and hopefully it'll last. The better official last till the next rain. How big a fishery getting there. You know, we've been averaging 4 to £5 with an occasional 78 pounder. Um You know, I'm getting a good fish over 26 27 inches every every other day or so, but most of them in the 20 to 25 interchange. Yeah, but you know that I mean, What fish what Steele had pound for pound fights better than a five pounder. Yeah, they sure put on a show they really do. Now, are you using? I know you fish. All methods, you know, you drift bait. You pull plugs your fly fish. What are you doing to get these fish? Last two days? I was using row, both side drifting and a float, Rod. Um But like tomorrow I'll be back over there with a fly rod in hand, But the last couple days was you had to work for him. But they were there and it was just a little crowded. The rain brought the boats, too. So We had to work, but we found them. Yeah. Was there many people on the river? Yeah. You know, more more than there has been, uh, everybody was kind of waiting for that shot of rain in that bump in the flows, and it came and So did everybody else. Hey, listen since Tim since Tim Brady finally retired. Has anybody open a shop or at least it carries the gear in the info and Weaverville for the steelhead fishermen that you know off. You know the best spot that I have found in the Junction City store. Butch the runs the store there in owns it. He took over all of Tim's left over fishing here when he when he sold the place, Okay, so he's got a good selection there and then. Bush also does a bit of guiding and he lives right on the river up in Evan's bar, so he talks and he does shuttles. So he talks to a lot of the fisherman. He agreed, Agreed Guy to go to for information, and he has quite a bit of beard in his shop, their production city store. Well, Tim had that store pack with gear. Yeah, he Butch took over most of the fly fishing stuff. And, ah, Little Eddie had He already had some of the gear, fish and stuff. But he did not take over everything Tim had. I wish you love Yeah, well, anyway, that that's Ah, store really missed. And it's been that way for a long time when he had his store in the hotel. So I'm glad to see that the Junction City store. We're gonna get more information from him all called. In the meantime, What do you hear on the Klamath for steelhead, Matt? I've heard this. The last couple weeks has been pretty good up there on in the horn broke area. I haven't talked to anybody down in Happy camp. But I've seen online that Mario Gomez has been saying that it's still been pretty good down there too. So hey, gets that dialed in pretty good, doesn't it? Yeah, he does. He lives right there. And, you know, he's been efficient in his whole life. He's pretty good, huh? Yeah. Yeah. Okay, Matt. Well, listen, Mary remarry Christmas to you. Thanks for taking the time to call in. And, uh, we have steelhead, uh, going on in the state. Now I'm gonna be bugging you Hope you don't mind. Not at all. It's always good to talk to you about. Thanks Mad. They, Matt Mitchell. Okay, Matt, get you his number in just a second. But you know if you want, you know any of the guys we've had on Ah Ah ah! What a great Christmas thing you know you could go any other websites or column and they could probably send you a receipt that you could use as a as a Christmas gift. My God. What us through now, match number 5306049746 with email. You don't have to worry about the mail. You could just go do it, You know, you know, and other people we didn't have on today. Brian Recruit you Big Daddy's Guide service. He's got a gift certificate. Things set up on his website where you can buy a You know he charges $200 a trip for the first two guys and $100. If there's more than a piece if there's more than two, so you can buy gift certificates for 200. 405 106 100. You've got the picture. Um, the other websites also Kurt Porter career. Oh, efficient for everything. This guy is a workaholic. When it comes to fishing and hunting, go to his website and get a gift certificate. He can work it out with him. With all these guys, which is sack. Sack. God I you know, fact River guide dot com. That's what it is. Sac River guide dot com Don't hesitate to call these guys. In the meantime, if you want to go camping, you're gonna find an RV park Colleges open White Comanche isn't I don't know the people that make the rules for this cove. It don't know how to communicate to people. They get in something like this. They don't know what to do like our governor. They panic. Water District's government agencies don't know what to do. They panic. They take the easy way out. Not the way I would suggest because you know, it's one of these things. It's a difficult situation. It's not too difficult to figure out is just too difficult to figure out..

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"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Haven't had much in the way of steelhead reports. Mainly because of either too much smoke on the trinity and fires and the trinity and road controls or the Klamath on that and the national forest being closed where you can't even get to the pudding ends and the take outs with the drip boats. You can't access the clam of off Highway 96 because it's on Forest Service land. Well, that's all changed. The the four foreign are open. It was some restrictions for access their back fishing the clamour some days the smoke is gone on the trinity of the day's not but a guy that knows about it. It's Matt Mitchell, Matt Mitchell's Guide service and He joined just now. Good morning, Matt. So tell me about Trinity. But down there how is deficient? Mom. It's been pretty consistent with the first person from run, D M and shown us and definitely coming in behind him. That's good. That's good. What section are you fishing Generally. I've been down in Junction City area. That's okay trading. Yo. Well, you know you the river's low Then you get a little boost from Canyon Creek there, don't you? Yeah, you should do it brings then. Probably this year only about 20 years last week, submarines for sure that's for sure. I I heard though, that it was there was ah, pretty fair amount of both salmon and steelhead down by de Loma. Have you heard that? I have? Yeah, Actually, I went fishing on the lower plan last week when they stopped him. Checked out in water, and there were quite a few fish team. You've been all the way down into three. Yeah. So I think that's only going to get better. Yeah, well, you know, the weather could help us out a lot here, don't you think? Not you supposed to have some rain next week, So I'm keeping my fingers crossed for? That would be wonderful. That would be absolutely wonderful. Uh, how are you fishing for the steelhead mad? I know you. You do everything. So what have you been doing lately? You know between the stamina ls that like the drag grow or we throw spinners either, Or it just kind of depends on the day. The other cloudy days. I like that spinner bite, So I've been throwing spinners. But on the sunny days, the Rose seems a little better. Yeah. Have you specifically When I say Howdy, I mean, smoky days. Okay? Okay. Now is the smoke. Talk to the guys at Del Loma, they say sometimes. The smoke's pretty bad If you have respiratory per problems probably shouldn't go down, he said. But other days it's pretty good. So what has it been for you? Can you smell of smoke? You can and some days like they said, worse than others. It kind of depends on wind direction. In fact, that's why I'm not working today is because my client has a heart issue and didn't think it was a good idea. Yeah, well, that's a good idea. Miles will be safe. You know why take a chance? Yeah, he rescheduled for a couple weeks. So Yeah. So you like to fly fish on maternity as well. Don't you're mad. I sure do. I have a deputy fly fishing trips yet this year, But you're in about two weeks I changed gears and I'll do almost exclusively by efficient. Yes, sir. Right now. People want Sam and while they're still fresh Yes, sir. That's correct. Yeah, well, you know, just think of the years and years and years all the guys on the upper Klamath. They catch those fish to eat so much, maybe smoke, but they went out with white tackle and maybe caught 15 or 20 Sam in a day. Done, And that's what they went for. Just that kind of action. Where is on the Trinity? You catches nice salmon. My goodness. It's like fish in a trout stream and you're catching a £15 fish on light tackle. Doesn't get much better than that. Now It's a lot of fun. And and this year we get we get plenty of opportunities every day. So it's it's actually been a good year. And you think that there's ah good number of fish in the river. I do. I think in the last 10 days or so there's been 800 fish showed up at the hatchery. So and there's and the were injunction. City's been seeing fish moved through every day. So I think that the others there's a good number of fish in the system already in that upper stretch that top 30 Miles, and I know there's a bunch of behind him because I saw him with my own eyes last. Yeah, yeah. That's the that's the beauty of the paternity. A lot of time you can look right down from the highway, turn out and see the salmon moving up from ripple the riffle. That was good at a lot of fun to watch. Yeah, it really is. And then this year, Matt, I think ah, you know that the actual last day of fishing for adult salmon on the lower clamor down below which effect to the one on one bridge on that last day, which was a Monday A big run of fresh salmon came in. So those are probably the ones you're seeing down by Willow Creek. Coming up the river. I would guess. Have a guess, too. Yes, sir. There's and there's plenty of fish in that little planet. I was there last week. Swing implies steelhead and I watched and they still feed Jax and I probably saw 40 or 50. Salmon cod two days they're efficient. Yeah. Did you get a steelhead over there? We, uh was a little slow. We got some half pounders 1 £10 adult came out of the water and spit the hook. But we did pick up three or four Jack salmon as well. That's fun on a fly Rod, huh? Oh, yeah. Good. Good times. Yeah. Okay. Matt will look, it will be checking back with you. And thanks for taking the time this morning to call in. I do appreciate it. Thanks. Yeah, feel later. Matt Mitchell. You want to book a trip with Matt? He does it all. He has a passion for it. As you can tell. His number is 530604. 9746 Okay. After the break, we will talk with Mr Don Paige Anneli about a trip He had a couple of days ago. Teo at Liberty Island for stripers Car. Some stripers and some black bath up in there and then we'll talk to John Play Maru, California fall color dot com A great website..

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"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You know the salmon on the Klamath and Trinity system? Um, think of. Ah, I don't know. It's just leased a couple of 100 miles of river between the The clam off and the trinity. Probably more than that. The de salmon and steelhead can be in. Um and we we talk about this. Time of year. We talked about the lower end of it because they've got to come through the lower but a lot of them sneak through. Those that do they get up in a river and you've heard us talk about how good the ocean conditions are for Sam and, well, The proof is in when you get a salmon well up river. And he's still in beautiful shape, just like he came out of the ocean. Well, Matt Mitchell, who fishes the Trinity almost exclusively in the fall months. Ah, I caught him. Justus. He was getting out of the trinity and taking his customers back that her car in Lewiston. We had a nice talk about what kind of a day Matt, I catch you on the Trinity River on expected you to be fishing low on the Eternity River. But you were you were more on the upper section. Let's call Junction City, the upper sect the beginning of the upper section catching salmon. How made you get today? I think we landed eight and hooked 14. The day I've had all year. Wow, I know you were fishing for Springer's earlier You think he's at the tail end of the Springers or the first of the fall run, fear. In my opinion there, probably first the fall run fresh because we had some Springer squirting through in June and July. S O. I think these are probably the beginning of the fall run fish. They were in good shape. Beautiful fish. Ah, what was the average size? So probably £8. We got one. The last fish We caught. Today was a nice £25 butt, though. It's beautiful fish cut dark orange real chrome. Tonight I call on the Trinity and I'm the nicest fish. I've caught the opportunity in three years. We'll You know the ocean conditions were so good the last couple of years, especially this. Your feed was everywhere. So they're in good shape in the end that river Yeah, that's what I have on. That's what I've been told. Um, so how are you fishing for Matt? Today. We fist exclusively plugs. I used a maglev with a sardine rat. Uh, yeah, I have ro available, but today they were all over the plug. I mean, the first hole we left the plugs out. Engage the rial, and within two seconds we were fish on Well the day so it was just one of those days. You know, it's a plug day when that happens exactly. Ah, because it's not the Well, I think your customers also I think they get a bigger kick out of that, you know, back to Roland and having that fish grab that than they do side drifting, you know? I I agree with you sitting right next to a good day because you happen to pick up any steelhead by incidentally, um, not today. Two weeks ago, we were getting there was a push. A fish that came through some good steel had some pushing double digits. But not today. We didn't touch one. Okay, Well, that's you know, I hear the lower clam of his loaded on a lot of those just moved out in the last week, so that could change. Surely, But let's talk a little bit about fall River. I know you spent quite a bit of time over there this summer. I heard that the For whatever reason. The fish averaged a little bit bigger over there. That's your what was your take on it? Oh, yeah, We had a great average, Probably Realistically, 15 18 inch average this year. There was a phenomenal year over there, and it's still fishing. Great. So, yeah. That's great. That river bounced back quite a bit. It was really low here a few years ago, huh? Itwas And then we have the high water year where there was lots of water for the fish to spawn up in Bear Creek and the springs and they had a great spawn. And so for the last couple years, you know, two years ago, we were catching lots of fish in the 56 inch range. Last year. I mean, you couldn't keep him off your line in the 12 13 inch range, And then this year, of course, they were bigger than 15 18 inch range, And there was lots of, um, we we had some pretty phenomenal days and Like I've got four or five days over there in the next two weeks, and it's still fishing really well, so real quick. What's your technique? Do you do the downstream fall river fly fishing technique or what? Well, I prefer to get him on dry flies if I can. So I try to get up early and hit the spinner fall and then some days, they don't want the swung names. I tied some soft tackles that worked really well on clear intermediate lines. Some days. They just won't eat him. So those days you have to go to the indicator and then feed it indicator down some small nips and, Ah, you know, I've got eight rods rigged up and ready to go in the boat. So any situation office to in whatever way they want to feed that day. That's for certain. Hey, Matt. Thanks for taking. I know you're pulled over on the Trinity River right now taking your guys back to loosed. And so thanks for making that effort. Maybe we'll talk next week or two about fall River when you're over there. Sounds good, Bob. I appreciate the call. That's Matt Mitchell. Um, quite the fishermen over the hill Fish steal the sack. You've been on the Sacramento River Fall River, The Trinity Love's Eternity..

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"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Morning, everybody. This is the case. Kay Outdoor show. I'm Bob Simms. Thank you for tuning in this morning. It's going to be a hot one. Isn't it? Everywhere I'll tell you one thing I'm almost looking for. I know everybody looks for the Labor Day. Got a three day weekend We can get out and recreation all that that I'm almost I can't wait for it to be over. I'm sorry. So what's happening here? Not only the weather what 110 or something tomorrow, but, uh, you know people that have we've never seen before. In all the areas we wreck created have showed up this year. Obviously, because nobody's flying anyplace everybody's canceling their their vacations where they drive halfway across the country or somewhere else. And all for good reason. But that has really put a load on California outdoor recreation areas. I saw some reports where they felt that many bodies of water in the state may receive their biggest Crowd of water sports enthusiasts in history. I'm assuming there meaning like boats and other watercraft. Ah, Ah, but you know, you just have to be careful of all that and wherever there's water and this heat People want to want to get in it. And now you have to be concerned about the virus. I mean, everybody, Let's go jump in the water, and there's 200 people right next to you. Be careful out there. Use good, common sense. But, um, if you do want to go do a little fishing. There's places you Khun go. There's other places. If you do some of the reservoirs, if you're going to go fishin go early. Because it's going to be a zoo out there that really be a lot of water crowd so that being said, starting off with a new fire. Up on Ah, the Out of Mark Louisville and you go up over Mark revealed back down the highway 3 95. That's going to be closed, Um Keenan Reservoir. Which opened yesterday, which did not open but it was supposed to open two fishing, You know, opens Friday, Saturday and Sunday for September and October. It's all catch and release with the big cutthroats. That opener has been delayed. The monitor pass road. I do believe was closed. As of last night. They gotta fired 15,000 acres right next to him and lake And they're getting water from Heenan late help fight it. So, uh, that's kind of out of the question. There. The other fires Well, you know what's going on there? Um, Still a lot of smoke. A lot of smoke, though, and a lot of people don't even know where the smoke is coming from, however, on the coast of the north Coast We'll hear from Kenny pre shortly, but, um there's no smoke there and their salmon and the lower Klamath River. In fact, before we're done, we're going to talk about not only salmon in the lower clam of But salmon well up the Trinity River well up the Trinity River in numbers, So that's interesting. Then albacore fishing. Out of Eureka and Crescent City Somewhere between 45 60 miles. I think 36 Miles was another figure, and they're getting her albacore out there, and it's a good grade of fish £25. Maybe a £20 average. So that's really good. The same is true for Fort Bragg. And that weather has been good all week. The parking lot. The boat ramp has been overflowed. I mean, when albacore are within range, people are going to go find him. That's all there is to it. And the weather report. I think for today at Fort Bragg might be a little bumpy. But then it's supposed to flatten out tomorrow and then you'll have to check for the rest of the week. So that is happening. We'll also check on the rock fishing at Fort Bragg as well and of course that will get a report in about 30 minutes from the whole Bay Area. What's happened to the salmon here? We know. Finally, we can say fish are moving up the river in pretty good numbers, and you can start with the mouth of the American. We're about a dozen fish were taken yesterday in that general area. That's huge compared to what's been going on, and that's still with warm water. And that usually means there's a bunch of Fischler probably a lot more than it appears on the Feather River. They're having a bit of a dilemma there because the last two days They're up there. They're maybe 50 or 100 fish rolling around you and they won't bite has gotta be maddening. The fishermen out there, But this that's not unusual. The fish move up a dual area who knows all of a sudden they run into a batch of cold water on there. Just happy is act to be here. I don't know, but they're just not that'll change. Maybe today they will go on the bike. And we really saw on Incline Upper River in the Upper river by Corning. Uh, Hamilton City, that area and in between pollution's have some fish come in. Um, So you know, the fish just waited as long as they could. Now they're headin in, but we'll see what Andy Giuliana have to say about the fishing remaining down in the Bay area, and it's still last I checked. It was about one fish for Rob. So that's not too bad either. Let's see, Uh, Mark, leave ill. I think they got a plant of fish. That's going to be incredibly crowded this weekend. Hopefully, Todd said ERA will give us a call on the six o'clock hour Mark Wilson How did kind of that the fish All of a sudden They found some fish on the locators. But they didn't want a bite. Now what's going on out there, But we'll talk to mark about it. We'll get a report from Bodega Bay. You know, there's there's a few salmon there. But up north of Bodega up by sea Ranch. There's a few commercial boats and they're getting a good grade of salmon. Those fish should be heading down the bodega, and they don't take very much time when they get good. That could happen today or tomorrow as well. And then, of course, I'll go through the Bay Area. Get a great report the Trinity River near Junction City, you know, below Junction City, but near Junction C. Which has to be considered the upper half of the river. Of course, Um Matt Mitchell went out and I think they landed seven nice salmon and a hook 14 and you'll hear the interview. He was given the guys or ride back and with a S o. It was fun to catch him on plugs rather than side drifting and you hear the cheers Go up in the background, a bunch of happy guys there. Which would talk to Kyle Wise Head 100 Guide service. He took a break from his coconut fishing for the most part and went to Salt Springs Valley Reservoir. Which is a sweetheart of a lake in the middle of nowhere, really, but he went crop e fishing and got crop E up to £2.5. That's the second crop E. Of that slide you're going to hear about today. The other was from command. But and then Kyle did go out and spend one day a new Malone is and we'll find out the they did get fish up to 19.5 inches, Kokanee. We'll find out just exactly what they had to do to get him and what stage those fish are in The fishing in the city program has good news about planning all the city and some of the county lakes that we've been used to hearing about the boat haven't during the pandemic. Don Paige Anneli will join us to tell us about that. And then Doug will have a pyramid leg guide, Sir. He fishes the Truckee River. He could tell us a little about, um Crowley Lake. He can tell us a little about a bit. About Wild Horse reservoir earlier in the year and maybe what may or may not be happening when, when Ah Pyramid Lake opens this fall, Robbie Dunham had a surprisingly great day on command tree. We'll hear about that. And as I mentioned before the The salmon fishing up river would talk to Kurt Porter career above that, and in the meantime, we'll throw in a little dove hunting results from around Northern California. So All that and more coming up in the next two hours and 45 minutes on the cave became outdoor tro. Thanks for being here. This is not a drill staying connected with thank based news and information, most rigged election in history, you're minutes away from a fresh update to be ready on Sacramento's news 93.1. From unlikely heroes to world changing tragedies and powerful examples of the American spirit. There's a whole side of American history that's been pushed to the shadows..

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"junction city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"junction city" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Greetings from Hollywood movies and gentleman last week I announced but Gary Cooper would be with us tonight the stock would you not there in the plains man for two weeks Garry's been working in the water making scenes were sold at sea the result is a severe cold and a high temperature but ignoring both Gary has insisted on rehearsing he protested his position that we have a show to put on and that Dacic crown that is placed a night is here at the microphone it wasn't until late last night that we succeeded in talking about it he finally gave in and at this moment at home and in bed I know you are join me in wishing him a speedy recovery stepping into the breach with the greatest best characteristic of a true friend and great actor is Fredric March the potter while Bill Hickok is rather close to my heart I entrusted to Mister March with gratitude and the complete assurance that in his hands and wait only knew on a and now what about our story on the ninth of April in eighteen sixty five generals Lee and grant melted a farmhouse in Appomattox courthouse Virginia and required some president signed a document whose words have been written in the life blood of nearly five hundred thousand Americans the wall between the states was over the signatures were scarcely dry when the eyes of the nation turned westward I'm sorry beyond the Mississippi a fabulous empire yet untamed land of pandering bison herds and savage Indians into this territory for the legions of Americans whose fates and fortunes have been scattered by the wall and the hordes of immigrants who flooded from Europe to stake their homes on the sweeping plains some found peace some town riches and some found that at the point of a sixty shooters and scalping knives brother was no Sunday west of junction city no law western Hayes today I know god rest of Gotham City how diverse background respond the Plainsman the first of a series of pictures based on the magnificent pageant of American history and the times sung heroes yes there is which I'm continuing with the story of John locate the buccaneer medic March will again stop for me and the role of this amazing pirate while Bill Hickok was not an outlaw it was a frontier marshal the gentleman and the cleaners shot in the west and always in his shadow was equally compelling character of calamity Jane my good fortune in securing gene authors alignment in the screen version is repeated tonight no star is better equipped by nature and ability well there's kind of a role also from the original cast comes quite a haul resuming the role of Jack McCall Mr house current paramount harem is make way for tomorrow your own Fontaine a young actress rapidly rising at RKO studios plays lilies are cutting and Paul Harvey as head as you have on hand and now we set our courses along the trail of the plan is to the west their prize about Hollywood audience reach the rising of the curtain at the luxe radio theatre presents the Plainsman starring Fredric March and Gina with part a hard Joan Fontaine and Paul Harris among the soldiers both of the wall between the state the man known to his friends and his.

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"junction city" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"junction city" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"I have a couple of short things. There wasn't like a lot of really really solid. Like Oh my God that long form kill me me. I agree. This was not like a salems lot where you have these really long beautiful passages. This was more in the realm of like the short horror fiction. Shen absolutely I would love to jump in with my first one so that description of the lump that Lord created Niamey's neck like the parasite that uh-huh. Oh yeah this is. Gross in weird isn't a fun it's quick. Yeah covered in spider webs skin of Chris crossings white threads a lump of Pinkish Jelly throbbed impulse to the beat of her heart. Edits remind you of anything by the way it was pretty much. The exact effect from invasion the body snatchers. I didn't and then you reminded me of it and I was like Oh wait. Oh yes that thing. Yeah I mean it's it's there's a lot of effective body horror in this one which I think it hearkens back most of the mist in terms of kind of monster design There's a lot more in the realm of like twisted contorted bodies in like weird flash stuff It's good it's late. Some solid affective body horror. So I wanNA talk about what I think. The best part of the story is which is when Dirty Dan Dirty Dave Dave Dirty Day Dan Yeah when dirty. Dave is talking about his time with our Delia. I I think it's the best part of this story by country mile. She has kind of okay thrall over him and he slowly realizes that he is watching watching a vampire. Basically she feeds on the fear of children in her library. And the only the reason it works is because the kids are kind of fascinated by it and that hit me right where I live so this is just a brief beautiful quote quote about that. Children hated and feared the darkness but it drew them. Didn't it it beckoned to them. Didn't it it sang to them. Didn't it and I remember being like that right. I remember reading and watching things that I knew would scare me like beyond what was reasonable but I had to know I had to know Steven. What do you know about the concept of actual real life belief in psychic vampirism? Very little so. I'll be brief. But that whole section was very much about there is a actual Esoteric occult belief that human beings that you know. Hold that some people are what's called the psychic vampires meaning they literally and spiritually in a supernatural way feed on the negative feelings of others this hours born from the actual psychological ecological idea that some people fucking suck and make other people upset because it makes them happy Reassigned that's the scientific term for dirty David. I he was describing. Okay she might be a psychic psychic vampire but not a supernatural psychic empire. She's just my nasty lover. Yeah and then. He's like oh no. She's definitely literally as a vampire. PYRE group sees whoop my second one is actually one of the first lines of the book that really fits in as it down his wisdom a rape before they were describing. How all of the while? The town names are which I thought was funny to town. Names were all literary. This was kind of cute weirdly. Really key to have their literary Tottenham Junction City Bia that kind of thing. Yeah strange yeah strange. Throw in there and so this is like late Forties Stevo Pushing out some dad humor. He says well the business keeps me and beer and skittles. He likes to add. Though in truth he hadn't drug much beer since college wasn't exactly sure what skills were he thought they might be pretzels. The this is what I'm talking about when I say that this story is uneven because you have shit like that and then you have like Really Harrowing Nightmare Imagery I. I can't read the whole section but I won't. I won't try but the way that our delia feeds on these kids. Fear is that they enter kind of a trance state and they start crying and her face turns into a PRA BASCUS and then she drinks their tears for those of you that that speak English per bosque's is like the weird tubular Tom. That comes out of butterflies. Yeah so that's in the same story as ethanol Would scheduled this may be their pretzels. Like what what. What are you doing Stephen King? What that's bizarre what's funny I wholeheartedly believe that time? He didn't know it. Skills were unbelievable. I believe it it was the ninety S. How anyway I have one more How many you have left? I've got one really short one mine's not as good. So let me do that. And then you can hear your end online for sure. I couldn't pick this out into parts. It's four pages long. But he explains the idea idea of the mental immune system which is the idea that children and teens and to some extent adults love horror and dark fantasy because it inoculate oculus them against real life problems yup glide. We've talked about this. We have I think on the program we have. I was glad to see this theory. Get page time yes. It's a really cool theory. Any case bring us out so this is the Rawest fucking line just in general It closes out the daily flashback. Dirty Dave is describing how he feels about the whole thing. He says somewhere somewhere deep down inside of me. I have been screaming ever since Lou. I almost always episode with that. Then I saw it within your sweet scream so I get it. So good is a spooky for sake of time I am. I think we should take it over to the web. Yeah this is where we talk about. Connections to other Stephen King Works. There are few two quick things. One Paul Sheldon is a writer in this world. He gets mentioned twice. And since the events of this occur after the events of misery is assumed that the character know what happened with any wilkes and again because this is going to start happening allot anytime something ties into something else. It will tie into absolutely everything else. so because this ties to misery misery ties to the shining shining ties to everything. You can even posit that Sam. peebles knows what happened at the overlook Kotel. It's conceivable. Another one is that this is the first time that Stephen King shouted himself out. When it wasn't a Bachman book? Yes because he used to do it all time inbox. Yes and the same as saying off who'd never read blank blank or Stephen King which I just. It's so fucking wild to me. It's kind of of upsetting. I think it's Cuba. There are five Stephen King analogs and Stephen King in the Stephen King verse. What does it mean what does it all mean? I don't know you would. I want so badly Sunday at one for us to exist in the Stephen King Universe would hit myself and die. That would be like my life would have reached its climax in. Then that's it that there's no there's no going higher than that so let's make it happen friend. I believe in us. Hey I want to shift wildly left. Turn here here you. Are you ready for some straight up mood whiplash. Hey buckle in I wanna hear you buckle Lange. Give me like a bank you all right my friends. It's time to go to off offering writing was this is our section where we talk about shit. Typically that has an aide just well or is just generally bad road even going to talk about sexual assault here no. We're not even talking about that. This is like way out in left field And I I did like a mental double take when I read this stuff you two hours long so not only once but twice. Stephen King describes the facial transformation as Delia becomes her more monstrous form as turning her is no shit. All Chinese is like now. I know what you're thinking. That has to be an exaggeration right like here. We go with some social justice bullshit. But you'd be wrong. Behold old quote ardiles's face wasn't human anymore. It had run like warm Taffy and made itself into this funnel shape that flattened her nose knows and pulled her eye sockets all along and Chinese to the sides and made her look like some kind of insect. Now Okay is that bad. It's not absolutely lutely absolutely. That's very very bad. But if you wanted to be apologised about it you could say oh well that's just the character talking so it's probably just the character. We're being weirdly racist right wrong. You be incorrect. Not There's a second one strap in to again. Put Yourself Valium. Yeah Okay ready quote it did not have a face exactly but below the bulging blue is a horn shaped began to extract itself. Pushing out of the horror show face like a stubby elephants trunk the is stretched away to either side becoming first Chinese and then insect tile. So okay okay. So that one's in the third person narration. That one doesn't belong to a character that Stephen King been like is. I don't know got all Chinese like now. Okay this should. This should go without saying but there are a lot of issues with those passages right. If I was to boil it down. Onto the crux of the issue. It would be that Chinese or broadly East Asian. If we're not lumping everyone together into one geographical group. It's not a way eighty point between being white and being a monster. It is no harder to say. Her eyes began distress horribly at the side. As if they'd been hooked hooked by invisible fishing lines say. Or even I don't know her is contorted widening impossibly towards her temples or any of the like billion other things you can say in the English language that don't associate being Asian or specifically Chinese with monstrous nece so lake kick off and then also might I add to the people who think that this is just a good descriptors because Asian is just shaped shaped differently than white is may I present to you a brief anatomy. I'm so glad you're doing me. Ademi lesson usually that falls to me. I'm so hatless in I I just have a lot of issues with the section. I need to get them out. So let me tell you. About the EPA can thick fold. The EPA can't fold is a fold of skin over the I which curves down over the upper eyelid. There are in fact. Four recognizable types of EPA can thick fold. None of which we'll get into too much detail here. But all of which can impact the perceived line of ones is these folds are shared among various ethnic groups including East Asian folks and also some northern European. Folks.

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"junction city" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"junction city" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Monday that McDonald's in junction city disputed the allegations made by the officer who said he received that cop with the expletive on it as he stopped on his way to work a Las Vegas police say they've implemented almost all of their self identified upgrade stemming from a review of officers responses to the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history course that comes up more than two years after it happened Clark County sheriff Joe Lombardo said in a statement Monday the agencies enacted eighty four of ninety three recommendations on the eve of a fireworks extravaganza that's expected to draw more than three thousand people to the strip Lombardo called the self critique an after action review that's shaped preparation and training for future mass casualty incidents wildfires burning across Australia is two most populous states of trapped residents of a seaside town in an apocalyptic condition of course those places have destroyed properties and caused at least two fatalities about four thousand people fled to the waterfront of the southeastern town is winds pushed an emergency level blaze toward their homes at the town of Malibu to wish routed darkness from the smoke before turning an unnerving shade of bright red the state's leader there the plan said to evacuate plans to evacuate involved the C. there to people were dead and five missing in Victoria also in New South Wales state so that comes after a volunteer firefighter died Monday another volunteer firefighter there had is home burned and said there was nothing he could do he just had to move on and keep battling fire and try to save other homes they are going through it there was a small brown endangered bat would become the official state ma'am all of America is that capital city under a proposed ordinance that will get a public hearing in January a district of Columbia council statements as the idea was proposed earlier this year by several girl scout troops after they studied the little brown baths citing the legislation WTOP FM reports the bats are found in the Chesapeake Bay watershed says there're population has been severely reduced in recent years by an invasive fungal disease all right a federal appeals court in San Francisco has refused to reinstate a lawsuit by a woman in Santa Rosa California that woman claimed the makers of Dr pepper diet doctor pepper which makes Dr pepper she claims they committed fraud and deceptive advertising by implying diet doctor pepper would help her with weight loss no a panel of the ninth circuit court of appeals said Monday that the dictionary definition of diet when used for a product simply means it has fewer calories than the regular version and most consumers under stand that the court's ruling said no reasonable consumer would assume Dr peppers use of the word diet promises a weight loss or management yeah you're not going on the diet doctor pepper diet and if your new year's resolution is to lose weight intermittent fasting or limiting the number of hours one spends eating is a growing trend that may have health benefits and aid in weight loss according to a review in the New England journal of medicine suggests that intermittent fasting can reduce blood pressure and improved longevity Dr Eric refuse and is with the Pennington biomedical research center you you don't pay attention to the calories but you pay attention to the clock in the clock you concentrate told you eating let's say over six hours or eight hours just remember the average American.

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Kentucky pipeline blast leaves 1 dead, 5 injured

Mark Larson

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Kentucky pipeline blast leaves 1 dead, 5 injured

"One person dead five hospitalized in a natural gas pipeline explosion in junction city Kentucky emergency management official don Gilliam fires out we still have some smoldering we have at least six structures that if the band impacted by a fire claims from the fiery three hundred feet in the air and could be seen for miles the blast big enough to show up on weather

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Deadly gas pipeline blast, fire felt "like an atomic bomb went off"

Orlando's Morning News

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Deadly gas pipeline blast, fire felt "like an atomic bomb went off"

"Plan breaking this morning at least one person is dead after a massive gas pipeline explosion in Kentucky the blast happened near junction city in Houston bill the fire was so massive the witness said it felt like an atomic bomb was going off emergency managers stated a ruptured gas line because the incident and that they were able to shut off gas to the area and evacuation was ordered in the investigation is still

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"junction city" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"junction city" Discussed on WTVN

"Much rain has fallen in the last forty five minutes to two hours, and that has the potential to create some flooding issues. Let's get in here to licking county. Let's see where things are right now so that you've got an idea of where there may be any rotation in some of this. This is using the Columbus radar site. And a little while ago. We saw some very tight rotation around the Columbus the around the potassium radar site. There may be just a little bit out near Granville right now. But doesn't look like it's quite tight enough that it's going to be on the ground. However, it's important to stay weather aware, and that's just enough rotation to warrant the warning that is in effect in licking county. Here's the storm that came through Lancaster, just a few minutes ago. It's on its way into Junction City. It'll be in new lex in the next few minutes coming through rush Ville as we speak. And let's put a velocity reading on this one. So there you go. Rush creek. Near north burn. Let me move this over a little bit. So you can see a little bit. Tighter doesn't look good. All right. So here we are so toward, and away. This is the same test that, same tests that you run on these all the time, so toward the radar away from the radar toward, and away toward, and away. There you go. There is the the rotation. Let's check in with Rachel era gun, who is with our sister station in Dayton. See what she's got section of Philadelphia drive. That's really getting tough to get past, but we'll keep you updated, of course throughout the night. And now the morning, of course about this damage back to you guys,.

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"junction city" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"junction city" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The central portions of Arkansas. As well as the boot heel of Missouri. The line. That's bonday large tornado just west of Saint Louis this past evening. The national weather service said up, particularly dangerous situation. Forty five miles west of Saint Louis in Gusta, Missouri. Could see the power flashes observed by the storm spotter that noted the tornado was wrapped in rain tree debris observed in nearby. La Di Missouri. Then we had another funnel, cloud reported near harvester Missouri about twenty five miles north west of Saint Louis. Very photogenic tornado was captured in the plains of eastern Kansas, this past evening near the town of Webster. Another was visible just west of Junction City, Kansas, a confirmed tornado was on the ground north of north, you Missouri Tuesday afternoon. That's where we had an eighteen Wheeler blown over on I forty four. Let's see. Another tornado was received Thursday, Tuesday afternoon near Ava, Missouri. Damage also reported heart Ville, Missouri, including a storefront front blown down down trees, not clear if that was straight, line winds or a tornado in that case numerous other reports of tornadoes was late Tuesday morning. A water rescue is underway in Edmond Oklahoma. An additional water rescue in Stillwater Oklahoma when a woman's car was swept away and a lot of road closures this past afternoon in Oklahoma. But so as we head into the early hours of Wednesday. Severe.

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"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:29 min | 3 years ago

"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Get started Bank of Clarke county is an equal housing lender. Member FDIC. Well, it was great out loud weekend group of this dog will always go there show every year had our pictures taken with Scott lace that was really fun except for it was just his picture of Scotland. However, he's whether it's now Scott good morning. Good morning from Alabama. Oh, my. She show last week. Was it's always great to reconnect with people that I haven't seen in a long time and people that haven't seen since the year before I hope I can keep working at show little while long. Tell you one thing I feel the same way. When I go to that show as a spectator. I see a lot of people I talked to during a year. But I never see, you know. So it's good to see everybody. There were an awful lot of KFI listeners there that came by to say, well, that's good. That's good. I I'm one of them. But you weren't there. I was preparing for my bunny hunt this week. Have you been swamped bunny, Honey? No, well, I'll tell you. We went we had a pack of about a dozen bagels and were hunting, and it's been really wet in Alabama. And so we're hunting the swamps. They had these swampers about half again as big the cotton tail. And you you're never gonna get him with outdoors because it's in water at briar patches. Got the little smallish size bagels that just get on them. And they run them out you, and we got eight or ten in short order. You. I know they're senior just season over this weekend in California tomorrow over tomorrow. But right. You know, it's just one of those things you don't know a lot of rabbit, hunters, right? Not anymore. Used to be a big deal. Well, that's because there was places to go rabbit hunting. And the farming practices have changed and there's not these little corners of cover where you can go hunt. And they're just almost non-existent. Well, and they and they do like a berry bushes, and you're not going to get him out of there. Unless you got the right kind of dog to go in there and run them out. Most who rare Brera rabbit in Nebraska patch. Remember, right. For those of us who are clustered by the lack of of quail and pheasant shoot a lot of, you know, go shoot a bunny and they're delicious. They're great evening swampers eight just like cotton tails, good if you've never cooked rabbit. You know, you wanna make sure there's the standard of care with. Ramia? You wanna make sure you gloves and sanitize your cutting boards and your knives and all that kind of stuff, and it's best to do it after a philosopher to the season in California. I check opens like early July. You can shoot jackrabbits all year long you cooked a Jack rabbit when once. Once when I was much younger. Yeah. And I have to and I mean edible. They're just a little string you. But you're right. Exactly. Yeah. But the, but fails. You know, the young ones you can you can cut them up. And so I am the older ones. You wanna kinda Brown, and then Braise them, I ever recipe sporting, chef website was braised in red wine and pears. And and I guess the point is. Out there. It's a better than checking great. And. You know, I I can't say enough about how much fun. We had. Do you have a recipe for this on your website? I do go to braised with pairs. Okay. And it's basically you're Brown it, and then you just simmer at in in red wine a little balsamic vinegar until it gets almost fall off the bone tender west get a little and then you put the put the pair again. So that the almost right because you still want him to be firm like a like a poached pear in. It goes really, well it really tears while dot ball summit. And the rabbit is a great Tombo combination. Now, can we substitute domestic bought rabbit for this recipe? Oh, yeah. Because you know, what I've cooked that before and I have occasionally when I hear of a place that does rabbit will in a restaurant. I have it. And I'll tell you when it's done, right. It's good. It's good. It really is. The grocery store. It's normally going to be in kind of a specialty section, and it's pretty much always going to be frozen. But it's still really good. Yeah. Good Scott when how long would it be in Alabama? Home tomorrow. I'll talk to you next week. Thanks, scott. Bye. Scotland south sporting chef dot com. Okay. I talked to you know, the guys at the fly shop kinda slim Pickens right now, only because of it's the middle of the end of January, but I talked to Shannon, hang out the fly shop in reading about what's going on in the neighborhood, Shannon. This. This is kind of a day that we don't care if deficiencies that good or not so nice. What what do you think the temperature's going to reach up and read it is gonna be seventy degrees this afternoon. Good. You think it was mayors, absolutely? What what about the the lower Sacramento by reading the red blood from reading down into Anderson area is definitely fissionable got decent visibility muddied up a little bit. Everybody up a little bit. We got a little bit of that runoff from the fire scar. So that could always be the case in the near future. When we get a rainstorm might be dirty for a few days, but we're looking good going into the weekend. And all reports for the past couple of days with these bright sunny days, there's been a really nice little cat attach dark gadgets coming off in the afternoon. So are are you fishing with them with dries or sub service on a dry late in the afternoon? Yes. In January in January. I love what size fish are. They getting the Fisher running anywhere. They're lower Sacramento. Native fish, you know, fourteen to twenty inch fish. Oh boy. Well, that's great when healthy that that's a unique opportunity to get them on a dry fly. And if they're not if you're not seeing the fish feeding on the service, you can get them on an emerging pattern like a bird's nest, poobah, sure, sure. What are you hear over on the trinity? I that couple of weeks ago beautiful shape. If this guy had this weekend and wanted to go try for steelhead the waters in prime shape. And there's definitely some fish around. You know before this latest couple of storms hit some fish had moved up. In other words, you know, when you're not catching any fish at del. Loma those fish of moved up -absolutely. And so then I started checking and sure enough in those those couple of drifts below Junction City, they were catching good fish. Then the storm's cut him muddied things up. Now, I don't know of more fish came up from the gorge or if they all moved up into the the old steel bridge. Looser fish, definitely in the lewiston area and on down, and we should be seen a good pushes some bigger winter right now. Yeah. I mean, we get fresh run fish. Maybe not a big in numbers. But we get them clear to the month of February. You. So so are most of the guys fly fishing over there are they indicator fishing? Most of the guys are okay. I I do know a couple of guys swung over there. You're in the past couple of days, and there was some fish caught. That's for some reason. The trinity river fishermen just don't swing flies a lot many do. No. If you guys that caught fish yesterday the day before. Yeah. What about you hear anything about the upper sack? She'll blown out. I have not heard about the upper second Magid down in the lower end dealt dog creek area is pretty big and muddy. But if a guy wanted to go try round in mirror and fish some pocket. Water can catch a fish? I think so too, especially if you get a couple of days like this. Yeah. Coming off up there too. How about over to the east kind of a mainstay over there? Shannon is bomb leg. You know, the guys that are Fisher bomb Laker doing quite well. Meteors and streamers damsels are working, really. Well, you can't you can't ever go wrong. If you're going to fish with a fly rod on bomb, Lakers, triple woolly bugger. And a guy got convicted fisherman can just go spinners all day long and catch fish, Shannon ING, but the.

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10:02 min | 3 years ago

"junction city" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more. Women have long sought the right to fight in battle for our country unencumbered by antiquated mandates for male soldiers, however throughout history, this right proved to be elusive and slow to come to fruition. So as far back as the revolutionary war. Those who were determined to fight in combat disguise themselves as men and fought bravely alongside their brothers in arms. We'll never know exact numbers because it often took an injury for a female soldier sex to be revealed. But it's believed that a soldier who went by the name, Robert shirtless. Among the first American women to fight for her country. Robert shirt lift is kind of amazing person. Robert is actually a woman not a man and Robert shirtless real name is Deborah Sampson. She was the first woman to enlist in the military during the revolutionary war. She actually grew up as an indentured servants for part of her. Her life, and she grew up around boys, and she grew up running with them and firing weapons and she really wanted to serve her country. And so she waited you that by disguising herself as a man this was long before. Obviously, even the idea of a woman serving in the military was a possibility. So I opened it with her because I really felt like she exemplified this strengths and tower for women to serve their country. Then I lean rivers are US army veteran who served as a linguist in Kuwait after Desert Storm and author of beyond the call three women on the front line in Afghanistan. There have been women who have wanted to serve who have worked really hard to serve and who have figured out a way to put themselves in this position of dedication and service, even when there is no way despite the historic hesitation to allow women full-service rights. Military officials have found that in some cases. The very fact of someone being a woman can be a huge asset to their military service, especially in some Middle Eastern cultures where men and women are expected to serve very different roles in society. In her book rivers details. The experiences of three women who served in what the military calls female engagement teams or FETC's circuit the mid-2000s during the Iraq war to minors was really the first group of women and around two thousand three hundred rack who were the first effort at female engagement so at camp Junction City, which is the Ford operating base where there's all kind of started. There were officers. He realized by men going into these villages and frisking and interrogating women were breaching all kinds of cultural barriers were pushing against cultural norms, and we're really turning potentially finally villages and by doing this. And so they realize what we have these women here who are very capable man that we can go out on these missions. So let's send them so they started sending women in groups of two to three out on combat missions with infantry units. And these women were. Are highly dedicated and did a great job. But they certainly did it with initially without any drill infantry training. These are women who again had other in a less other jobs specialties in the military who had never been in combat before. So why don't women always get the same training as their male counterparts. River says the answer is in part because it has proved to be more difficult than they imagined to fully integrate the sexes into the same basic training classes. So there was a one attempt that was in the early eighties. I believe where they tried to integrate basic training, and it didn't quite work. And so they put that aside and went back to segregated gender-segregated basic training and then in the ninety s and early ninety s early to mid nineties, which is when I went to basic training, they decided to try it again, gender integration. And so I was in one of the first fully gender, integrated basic training classes at fort Jackson. And I think part of. The mission. There was the Gulf war was happening. Women were on the ground with men. It was very clear that the idea of a frontline was gone that the fight was everywhere that these were guerrilla tactics that were being used in the Middle East. And now wherever you were you had to be prepared to fight and there were women on the ground with men who were fighting. So there's this idea in the military to train as you fight that women are going to be around men than women should be training around men. And so that was the concept behind gender integration of basic training. And it worked there were all kinds of doubts about whether it would work. I remember when I hit fort Jackson. There were all kinds of rumors swirling around and then we're going to get pregnant and that we weren't going to be able to train well with men and we were going to slow down. And none of that happened. We provided support for each other men for women for the men at times when we needed it and encouragement. When you get it as well. River says once men and women were allowed to train side by side, it became apparent to the man that women were capable of serving the country well in combat that validation, but sometimes come even just in the language used to describe them. A hostage is somebody who is hard core. Somebody who is very capable men who proves themselves. So there was a quote that I use from somebody in training and the drill instructor said she somebody you want around she's a Haas. And by that he meant that she's a woman who can hold her own. She could go toe to toe with men, and she was a hardcore soldier. In addition to being equals on the battlefield rivers says that women often excel at one of the most crucial ways the military seeks to defeat an insurgency, which is to gather information about the enemy when rivers was stationed in Kuwait as an Arabic linguist. It was her job to. Gather information about the enemy from radio airwaves. But she says her efforts even over an extended period of time where nothing compared to the wealth of information to female engagement teams were able together on the ground in a much shorter period. How were they able to do it? One reason may be that traditionally women trust and speak more openly with other women than they trust and talk man, I was sitting at a desk wearing headphones. I was listening to potential conversations as enemy targets that were miles and miles away from me and the way female engagement teams collected information was they went directly to people who were the victims of the enemy, and they said, what are you seeing in your village? When are you think people coming through here, what are people saying to recruit young boys in your neighborhood? How are they getting into the village? How are they leaving the village that is immediate actionable information, and then the other thing that female engagement teams were able to do was actually search when they were able to find information that insurgents were high. Riding on women because they knew that the military was trying to be culturally, sensitive and try and be coached the respectful. So they started thinking, well, they're not gonna search are women. Let's high plots. Let's hide cell phone sim cards. Let's hide all these things that we don't want the military finding on our women and the female engaging teams were able to come in and completely circumvent that and say, well, we now have a tool to get that information that she didn't want us to have. So yeah, definitely it's information. But rivers says these female engagement teams did more than just gather information. They went beyond the call to help. These native women in war-torn villages who were afraid their sons would be recruited by the insurgency women whose children needed medical attention women who just needed someone to talk to members of the female engagement teams listened and they were in a position to help. These women really had perseverance to push the fat mission forward and to help the fat mission grow. It was very clear that the army wanted these women attached to combat teams in combat units and to go out on those combat missions and interrogate and frisk women but women also saw bigger need. They saw females. He were helpless situations with their children, they saw women who could benefit from literacy programs or who could benefit from getting microloans. So they could start a business. They saw women who were suffering in abject poverty. And how can we also help these women? And I think that's a part of the fight. The people don't think about the nation building the diplomacy you fight with more than just weapons. You also fight by helping people kind of economically help themselves to they're not as vulnerable to recruitment. So yeah, I think these women went beyond the call in so many different ways throughout history women have been called upon during wartime challenges again, and again as what rivers calls troops of convenience. They have served without full combat training and without widespread recognition for centuries. Finally in twenty sixteen all combat restrictions on women and the US military were lifted making all combat roles. Open to women rivers says she and many fellow female soldiers look forward to the day when there is also such gender parody. Among officers to read more about the diplomacy of female engagement teams. Eileen rivers book beyond the call three women on the front line in Afghanistan. His.

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09:48 min | 3 years ago

"junction city" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Women have long sought the right to fight in battle for our country unencumbered by antiquated mandates for male soldiers, however throughout history, this right proved to be allusive and slow to come to fruition. So as far back as the revolutionary war. Those who were determined to fight in combat disguise themselves as men and fought bravely alongside their brothers in arms. We'll never know exact numbers because it often took an injury for a female soldier sex to be revealed. But it's believed that a soldier who went by. The name Robert shirt left was among the first American women to fight for her country. Robert shirtless is kind of an amazing person. Robert Traylor is actually a woman not a man and Robert shirtless real name is Deborah Sampson. She was the first woman to enlist in the military. It was during the revolutionary war. She actually grew up as in indentured servants for part of her. Her life, and she grew up around boys, and she grew up running with them and firing weapons and she really wanted to serve her country. And so she's gone way to do that by disguising herself as a man this was long before. Obviously, even the idea of a woman serving in the military was a possibility been so I opened it with her because I really felt like she exemplified this strength and power for women to serve their country. Then so I lean rivers so US army veteran who served as a linguist in Kuwait after Desert Storm and author of beyond the call three women on the front line in Afghanistan. There have been women who have wanted to serve who have worked really hard to serve and who have figured out a way to put themselves in this position of dedication and service, even when there is no way despite the historic hesitation to allow women full-service rights. Military officials have found that in some cases. The very fact of someone being a woman can be a huge asset to their military service, especially in Middle Eastern cultures where men and women are expected to serve very different roles in society. In her book rivers details. The experiences of three women who served in what the military calls female engagement teams or E circuit the mid two thousands during the Iraq war to minus was really the first group of women and around two thousand and three and Iraq who were sort of the first effort at female engagement, so at Kemp Junction City, which is the Ford operating base where this all kind of started. There were officers. He realized by men going into these villages and frisking and interrogating women were breaching all kinds of cultural barriers were pushing against cultural norms, and we're really turning potentially friendly villages villages by doing this. And so they realized that we have these women here who are very capable and that we can go out on these missions. So let's send them so they started sending women in groups of two to three out on combat missions with infantry units. And these women were. Are highly dedicated and did a great job. But they certainly did it with initially without any drill infantry training women who again had other other jobs since specialties in the military who had never been in combat before. So why don't women always get the same training as their male counterparts. River says the answer is in part because it is proved to be more difficult than they imagined to fully integrate the sexes into the same basic, training classes too. There was one attempt that was in the early eighties. I believe where they tried to integrate basic training, and it didn't quite work. And so they put that aside and went back to segregated gender-segregated basic training and then in the ninety s and early ninety s early to mid nineties, which is when I went to basic training, they decided to try it again, gender integration. And so I was in one of the first fully gender, integrated basic training classes at fort Jackson. And I think part of. The mission. There was the Gulf war was happening. Women were on the ground with men. It was very clear that the idea of a front line was gone that the fight was everywhere that these were guerrilla tactics that were being used in the Middle East. And now wherever you were you had to be prepared to fight and there were women on the ground with men who were fighting. So there's this idea in the military to train as you fight with women are gonna be around men than women should be training around man. And so that was the concept behind gender integration of basic training. And it worked there were all kinds of doubts about whether it would work. I remember when I hit fort Jackson. There were all kinds of rumors swirling around and we're going to get pregnant and that we weren't going to be able to train well with men, and we were gonna slow men down. And none of that happened. We provided support for each other. The men for the women for the men at times when we needed it and encouragement. Times when needed as well. River says wants men and women were allowed to train side by side, it became apparent to the man that women were capable of serving the country well in combat that validation, but sometimes come even just in the language used to describe them, a hostage is somebody who is hardcore somebody who is very capable men who proves themselves to there was. Quote, that I use from somebody in training and the drill instructor said she somebody you want around she's a Haas. And by that he meant that. She's a woman who could hold her own. She could go toe to toe with men, and she was a hardcore soldier. In addition to being equals on the battlefield rivers says that women also excel at one of the most crucial ways the military seeks to defeat an insurgency, which is to gather information about the enemy when rivers was stationed in Kuwait. There's an Arabic linguist was her job together information about the enemy from radio airwaves. But she says her efforts even over an extended period of time, we're nothing compared to the wealth of information. The female engagement teams were able to gather on the ground in a much shorter period. How were they able to do it? One reason may be that traditionally women trust and speak more openly with other women than they trust and talk to man, I was sitting. At a desk. I was wearing headphones. I was listening to potential conversations of enemy targets that were miles and miles away from me and the way female engagement teams collected information was they went directly to people who were the victims of the enemy, and they said, what are you seeing in your village? When are you saying people coming through here, what are people saying to recruit young boys in your neighborhood? How are they getting into the village? How are they leaving the village that is immediate actionable information, and then the other thing that female engagement teams are able to do was actually search when they were able to find information that insurgents were hiding women because they knew that the military was trying to be culturally sensitive trying to be respectful. So they started thinking, well, they're not gonna search are women. Let's hide plots. Let's hide cell phone sim cards. Let's hide all these things that we don't want the military finding on our women and the female engaging teams are able to come in and completely circumvent that and say, well, we now have a tool to get that information that she didn't want us to have. So yeah, definitely it's information. But river says these female engagement teams did more than just gathering information. They went beyond the call to help. These native women in war-torn villages women who were afraid their sons would be recruited by the insurgency women whose children needed medical attention women who just needed someone to talk to members of the female engagement teams listened and they were gonna position to help. These women really had perseverance to push the fat mission forward and to help the mission grow. It was very clear that the army wanted these women attached to combat teams in combat units and to go out on those combat missions and interrogating Frisco women, but women also saw bigger need. They saw females who were in helpless situations with their children. They saw women who could benefit from literacy programs or who could benefit from getting microloans. So they could start a business. They saw women who were suffering in abject, poverty and thought how can we also help these women, and I think that's a part of the fight. The people don't think about the nation building the diplomacy the fight with more than just weapons. You also fight by helping people kind of economically help themselves to they're not as vulnerable to recruitment. So yeah, I think these women went beyond the call in so many different ways throughout history women have been called upon during wartime challenges again, and again as what rivers calls troops of convenience. They have served without full combat training and without widespread recognition for centuries. Finally in twenty sixteen all combat restrictions on women and the US military were lifted making all combat roles. Open to women river says she and many fellow female soldiers look forward to the day when there is also such gender parody. Among officers to read more about the diplomacy of female engagement teams. Eileen rivers book beyond the call three women on the front line in Afghanistan. His.

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"junction city" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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10:01 min | 3 years ago

"junction city" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Minutes could save you fifteen percents or more. Women have long sought the right to fight in battle for our country unencumbered by antiquated mandates for male soldiers, however throughout history, this right proved to be a looser and slow to come to fruition. So as far back as the revolutionary war. Those who were determined to fight in combat disguise themselves as men and fought bravely alongside their brothers in arms. We'll never know exact numbers because it often took an injury for a female soldier sex to be revealed. But it's believed that a soldier who went by. The name Robert shirt laugh was among the first American woman to fight for her country. Robert shirtless is kind of an amazing person. Robert Traylor is actually a woman not a man and real name is Deborah Sampson. She was the first woman to enlist in the military. It was during the revolutionary war. She actually grew up as an indentured servants for part of her life. And she grew up around boys, and she grew up running with them and firing weapons and she really wanted to serve our country. And so she found a way to do that by disguising herself as a man this was long before. Obviously, even the idea of a woman serving in the military was a possibility. And so I opened it with her because I really felt like she exemplified this strength and power for women to serve their country. Then I lean rivers are US army veteran who served as a linguist in Kuwait after Desert Storm and author of beyond the call three women on the frontline in Afghanistan. There have been women who have wanted to serve who have worked really hard to serve and who have figured out a way to put themselves in this position of dedication and service, even when there is no way despite the historic hesitation to allow women full-service rights. Military officials have found that in some cases, the very fact of someone being a woman can be a huge asset to their military service, especially in some Middle Eastern cultures. Where men and women are expected. To serve very different roles in society. In her book rivers details. The experiences of three women who served in what the military calls female engagement teams or TS. Circa the mid-2000s during the Iraq war team weiner's was really the first group of women and around two thousand three and Iraq who were the first effort at female engage net. So at camp Junction City, which is the Ford operating base where this all kind of started. There were officers who realized by nine going into these villages and frisking and interrogating women were breaching all kinds of cultural barriers were pushing against cultural norms, and we're really turning potentially finally villages and TNN meteorologist by doing this. And so they realized we have these women here who are very capable and that we think can go out on these missions. So let's send them so they started sending women in groups of two to three out on combat missions with infantry units. And these women were highly dedicated and did a great job. But they certainly did it was initially without any drill infantry training. These are women who again had other. Illecit other jobs specialties in the military who had never been in combat before. So why don't women always get the same training as their male counterparts. River says the answer is in part because it is proved to be more difficult than they imagined to fully integrate the sexes into the same basic training classes. So there was one camp that was in the early eighties. I believe where they try to integrate basic training, and it didn't quite work. And so they put that aside and went back to segregated gender-segregated basic training and then in the ninety s and early ninety s early to mid nineties, which is when I went to basic training, they decided to try it again, gender integration. And so I was in one of the first fully gender, integrated basic training classes at fort Jackson. And I think part of the mission. There was the Gulf war was happening. Women were on the ground with men. It was very clear that the idea of a front line was gone that the fight was everywhere that these were guerrilla tactics that were being used in the Middle East. And now wherever you were you had be prepared to fight. And there were women on the ground with men who were fighting. So there's this idea in the military to train as you fight with women are going to be around men than women should be training around man. And so that was the concept behind gender integration of basic training. And it worked there were all kinds of doubts about whether it would work. I remember when I hit fort Jackson. There were all kinds of rumors swirling around and then we're gonna get pregnant and that we weren't going to be able to train well with men and we were going to slow down. And none of that happened. We provided support for each other. The men for women for the men at times when we needed it and encouragement at times when you it as well river says once men and women were allowed to train side by side, it became apparent to the man that women were capable of serving the country well in combat that validation, but sometimes come even just in the language used to describe them. A hostage is somebody who is hard core. Somebody who is very capable men who proves themselves to there was a quote that I use from somebody in training and the drill instructor said she somebody you want around she's a Haas. And by that he meant that she's a woman who can hold her own. She could go toe to toe with men, and she was a hardcore soldier. In addition to being equals on the battlefield rivers says that women often excel at one of the most crucial ways the military seeks to defeat an insurgency, which is to gather information about the enemy when rivers was stationed in Kuwait. There's an Arabic linguist it was her job together information about the enemy from radio airwaves. But she says her efforts even over an extended period of time where nothing compared to the wealth of information to female engagement teams were able to gather on the ground in a much shorter period. How were they able to do it one reason may be that traditionally women? Trust and speak more openly with other women than they trust and talk to man, I was sitting at a desk wearing headphones. I was listening to potential conversations have enemy targets that were miles and miles away from me and the way female engagement teams collected information was they went directly to people who were the victims of the enemy, and they said, what are you seeing in your village? When are you think people coming through here, what are people saying to recruit young boys in your neighborhood? How are they getting into the village? How are they leaving the village that is immediate actionable information, and then the other thing that female engagement teams were able to do was actually search when they were able to find information that insurgents were hiding on women because they knew that the military was trying to be culturally sensitive been trying to be coached the respectful. So they started thinking, well, they're not gonna search are women. Let's hide plots. Let's hide cell phone sim cards. Let's hide all these things that we don't want the military finding on our women and the female engaging teams were able to come in and completely. Circumvent that and say, well, we now have a tool to get that information that she didn't want us to have. So yeah, definitely it's information. But rivers says these female engagement teams did more than just gather information. They went beyond the call to help. These native women in war-torn villages women who were afraid their sons would be recruited by the insurgency women whose children needed medical attention women who just needed someone to talk to members of the female engagement teams listened and they were in a position to help. These women really had perseverance to push the fat mission forward and to help the fat mission grow. It was very clear that the army wanted these women attached to combat teams in combat units and to go out on those conduct missions and interrogate and frisk women, but women also saw bigger need. They saw females who were in helpless situations with their children. They saw women who could benefit from. Literacy programs or who could benefit from getting microloans. So they could start a business. They saw women who were suffering in abject, poverty and thought how can we also help these women, and I think that's a part of the fight that people don't think about the nation building the diplomacy you fight with more than just weapons. You also fight by helping people kind of economically help themselves to they're not as vulnerable to recruitment. So yeah, I think these women went beyond the call in so many different ways throughout history women have been called upon during wartime challenges again, and again as what rivers calls troops of convenience. They have served without full combat training and without widespread recognition for centuries. Finally in twenty sixteen all combat restrictions on women and the US military were lifted making all combat roles. Open to women river says she and many. Fellow female soldiers look forward to the day when there is also such gender parity among officers to read more about the diplomacy of female engagement teams. I lean rivers book beyond the call three women on the front line in Afghanistan. His.

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NewsRadio KFBK

07:17 min | 3 years ago

"junction city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A good little bite going. You just never know. You're right, Bob. Okay. See what happens there? I'll open up people down there. That's going to be doing some fishing. So what's going on? We'll talk your next Saturday. Okay. Bob. Thanks, clyde. You bet. Bye. Clyde ones the old timer. Well, sad to say Tim Brady up at Trenton. Trinity outdoors is calling it quits. I talked to him yesterday. Tim last week. I I called you and Zach Collins was in who had just got off the river with his daughter on a kind of a test run a really caught some nice steelhead on the trinity down below Junction City has that held up that fishing. Yeah. It's held up. There's. There. There aren't very many people around fishing shows who are seem to be doing just fine. Yeah. Nobody's disappointed on. No. I don't know where so many of them are that would normally are here. Especially due to the you know, the conditions. But anyway, that's I don't know. Yeah. But, but at least at least there's fish in the river, and and it's fissionable as being well, of course, we don't know how long it's gonna stay fishbowl with this weather coming in. But the Turkey river needs some water anyway. Oh, yeah. But the bulk of it sounds like it's going to be snow and a fair amount of it. But all above say three thousand feet. Yeah. So well, keep the rivers run a little higher. Then that's good. Well, it won't necessarily go up as if like two thirds of the rain the precipitation stays on the mountains. Yeah. Yeah. Which is a good. I mean, it'll come up a little, but it won't necessarily that. When when they're letting out three hundred cubic feet per second in that river, even a little means something on that river without a doubt. Yeah. So it's not like it's the Smith river where they went from thirteen thousand cubic feet down eight thousand q. Yes. Like, I mean my goodness. Thirty cubic feet. A second is still ten percent. More flow, right? And you go buy another trip, and it goes up another. Yeah. So. Yeah. By the time it gets Junction City. It can be back up there in the five six seven hundred. Yeah. That's right. That's right. And that's good water there for. So I just reluctant to say this because I don't know I think you've been on this program as long as I've had the program which is going on thirty years I with the hotel than in your shop. Now, you've decided to hang up and move to. Johnny cash said might even wind up in Idaho. There you go. Going. It sounds like or as the more. We talk about it the more. It sounds like we aren't the only ones that are headed that way. I just saw thing yesterday that they did. Now, more people are moving out of California that are moving in. Gee, I wonder why. When you're one of the many, so. Seemed like every every week. I hear of a couple more people. I know that are moving out of California. So anyway, you're doing it. You decide not to bother with selling the store. You're just going to do an inventory sale. Correct. Yeah. Now, we gave this sale thing, you know, tried to find somebody, but nobody seemed to want to work, and it was in or it is a lot of seven days a week, and it's a job. But anyway now for is enough. It's not that it. It hasn't been good to us as far as a living and stuff goes. It's just it's we're both sixty seven years old and. Now, it's time to go. Do something else. Yeah. I mean, it's hard to leave an area. You Ben basically as long as you have. But why not see what see what the adventure brings friends are going to be the biggest. You know, and then hopefully with any luck at all. So. Well, if nothing else we'll have a couple of RV spots in our yard. With full hookups. There you go. Well, listen is really going to be missed because you've got a great shop there. I mean, it's hard not to find exactly what you need always been like that. But you're you're putting everything on so everything in the shop is on sale. Correct. Okay. And how long you think you're gonna you're gonna hang in there. Well. Probably five or six weeks. Okay. Hopefully not much longer than that. Now. Just you're just see what what what what what happens. Okay. But but it's going to be business unusual up to that time. And then we can alert people we can give them at least a week's notice. When you're gonna shut it down. So they don't come up ill prepared, correct? Okay. Good deal is not going to be the same. But you know, what I ran too long thinking that way, you know. And it's finally time to just that's where I am. And and that's enough. I mean, there were there's I should have for the last few years. I probably should have been closed a day or two a week. But there wasn't anywhere else. Else in this town by you know, a package of hooks. Where some sinkers. Anyway, that's the guy is so conscientious he thinks if somebody's going to drive all the way up here, go fishing, and they get here. And there's no place to buy any tackle. That would be terrible. So he stayed open. Amin, and he stayed open for seven days a week for years and years before he had this shop, he was they own the hotel in downtown Weaverville and on the ground floor was the sports shop hunting, and fishing and everything. And I used to stay at the hotels mother used to run the hotel. They leave a room open for me if I come up late at night. I mean, it was it was great. So I've been friends a long time. I hope I hope they do something through. Maybe the hardware store pick up the patient. We'll let you know. But anyway, tends number for the latest fishing five three zero six two three four nine nine nine. We'll be back with some trout news right after this. Government shutdown. Away from fresh update. Absolute gridlock. Whenever necessary. It's time to get busy. We'll break in immediately. They're not getting the wall on NewsRadio. Af PK border security continued and on the most common New Year's resolution. Yep. You guessed it get in shape. 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"junction city" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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09:48 min | 3 years ago

"junction city" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Sought the right to fight in battle for our country unencumbered by antiquated mandates for male soldiers, however throughout history, this right proved to be allusive and slow to come to fruition. So as far back as the revolutionary war. Those who were determined to fight in combat disguise themselves as men and fought bravely alongside their brothers in arms. We'll never know exact numbers because it often took an injury for a female soldier sex to be revealed. But it's believed that a soldier who went by the name Robert shirtless was among the first American women to fight for her country. Robert shirtless is kind of an amazing person. Robert sherline is actually a woman not a man and Robert shirtless real name is Deborah Sampson. She was the first woman to enlist in the military. It was during the revolutionary war. She actually grew up as in indentured servants for part of her. Her life, and she grew up around boys and she grew up running within firing weapons, and she really wanted to serve her country. And so she's gone way to do that by disguising herself as a man this was long before. Obviously, even the idea of a woman serving in the military was a possibility. So I opened it with her because I really shot like she exemplified this strength and power for women to serve their country. Then saline rivers are US army veteran who served as a linguist in Kuwait after Desert Storm and author of beyond the call three women on the frontline in STAN there have been women who have wanted to serve who has worked really hard to serve and who have figured out a way to put themselves in this position of dedication and service, even when there is no way despite the historic hesitation to allow women full-service rights. Military officials have found that in some cases. The very fact of someone being a woman can be a huge asset to their military service, especially in some Middle Eastern cultures where men and women are expected to serve very different roles in society. Pinner book rivers details. The experiences of three women who served in what the military calls female engagement teams or F E T's circuit the mid-2000s during the Iraq war to minus was really the first group of women and around two thousand three and Iraq who were sort of the first effort at female engagement, so at Junction City, which is the Ford operating base where there's all kind of started. There were officers who realized by nine going into these villages and frisking and interrogating women were reaching all kinds of cultural barriers pushing against cultural norms, and we're really turning potentially friendly villages to enemy villages by doing this. And so they realized we have these women here who are very capable and that we can go out on these missions. So let's send them so they started sending women in groups of two to three out on combat missions with infantry units. And these women were. Are highly dedicated and did a great job at they certainly did it with initially without any drill infantry training. These women who. Who again had other in other jobs since specialties in the military who had never been in combat before. So why don't women always get the same training as their male counterparts. River says the answer is in part because it has proved to be more difficult than they imagined to fully integrate the sexes into the same basic, training classes too. There was one attempt that was in the early eighties. I believe where they try to integrate basic training, and it didn't quite work. And so they put that aside and went back to segregated gender-segregated basic training and then in the ninety s and early ninety s early to mid nineties, which is when I went to basic training, they decided to try it again, gender integration. And so I was in one of the first fully gender, integrated basic training classes at fort Jackson. And I think part of the mission. There was the Gulf war was happening. Women were on the ground with men. It was very clear that the. The idea of a front line was gone that the fight was everywhere that these were guerrilla tactics that were being used in the Middle East, and that wherever you were you had to be prepared to fight and there were women on the ground with men who were fighting. So there's this idea in the military to train as you fight women are going to be around men than women should be training around man. And so that was the concept behind gender integration of basic training. And it worked there were all kinds of doubts about whether it would work. I remember when I hit fort Jackson. There were all kinds of rumors swirling around and then we're going to get pregnant and that we weren't going to be able to train well with men, and we were gonna slow men down. And none of that happened. We provided support for each other men for the women women for the men at times when we needed it and encouragement at times when you get it as well. River says once men and women were allowed to train side by side, it became apparent to the man that women were capable of serving. The country well in combat that validation, but sometimes come even just in the language used to describe them. A is somebody who is hard core. Somebody who is very capable men who proves themselves to there was a quote that I use from somebody and training and the drill instructor said she somebody want around she's a Haas. And by that he meant that. She's a woman who could hold her own. She could go toe to toe with men, and she was a hardcore soldier. In addition to being equals on the battlefield river says that women often excel at one of the most crucial ways the military seeks to defeat an insurgency, which is to gather information about the enemy when rivers was stationed in Kuwait does an Arabic linguist hit was her job together information about the enemy from radio airwaves. But she says her efforts even over an extended period of time. We're nothing compared to the way. Wealth of information. The female engagement teams were able to gather on the ground in a much shorter period. How were they able to do it? One reason may be that traditionally women trust and speak more openly with other women than they trust and talk to man, I was sitting at a desk wearing headphones. I was listening to potential conversations as enemy targets that were miles and miles away from me and the way female engagement teams collected information was they went directly to people who were the victims of the enemy, and they said, what are you seeing in your village when you think people coming through here, what are people saying to recruit young boys in your neighborhood? How are they getting into the village? How are they leaving the village that is immediate actionable information, and then the other thing that female engagement teams were able to do was actually search when they were able to find information that insurgents were hiding on women because they knew that the military was trying to be culturally sensitive and trying to be coached the respectful. So they started thinking, well, they're not going to search are women. Let's hide plots. Let's hide cell phone sim cards. Let's hide all these things that we don't want the military finding on our women and the female engaging teams able to come in and completely circumvent that and say, well, we now have a tool to get that information that she didn't want us to have. So yeah, definitely it's information. But rivers says these female engagement teams did more than just gather information. They went beyond the call to help. These native women in war torn villages, women who were afraid their sons would be recruited by the insurgency women whose children needed medical attention women who just needed someone to talk to members of the female engagement teams listened and they were in a position to help. These women really had perseverance to push the fat mission forward and to help the mission grow. It was very clear that the army wanted these women attached to combat teams in combat units and to go out on those combat missions and interrogate. In frisked women, but women also saw bigger need. They saw females who were in helpless situations with their children. They saw women who could benefit from literacy programs or who could benefit from getting a micro loan. So they could start a business. They saw women who were suffering in abject, poverty and thought how can we also help these women, and I think that's a part of the fight that people don't think about the nation building the diplomacy you fight with more than just weapons. You also fight by helping people kind of economically help themselves to they're not as vulnerable to recruitment. So yeah, I think these women went beyond the call in so many different ways throughout history women have been called upon during wartime challenges again, and again as what rivers calls troops of convenience. They have served without full combat training and without widespread recognition for centuries. Finally in two thousand sixteen. All combat restrictions on women and the US military were lifted making all combat roles. Open to women rivers says she and many fellow female soldiers look forward to the day when there is also such gender parity among officers to read more about the diplomacy of female engagement teams. I lean rivers book beyond the call three women on the front line in Afghanistan. His available.

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Afghan president declines resignation of top officials

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03:47 min | 3 years ago

Afghan president declines resignation of top officials

"To Afghanistan where president Ashraf Ghani has rejected the resignations of three senior. Officials including his national security adviser who looked to quit following what they say. Are, serious differences with the government Hanif Atmore is that security advisor he'd been considered close to president Ghani and was appointed to the. Post in two thousand fourteen now all this comes amid increasing Taliban. IS attacks across the country in which hundreds of? Soldiers and civilians have been, killed the fighting has now resumed after a brief lull during the festival of aid well, in the Afghan capital Kabul is the BBC's show Sharifi before I talk about those resignations show but word about Senator John McCain we were. Talking about his legacy at, the start of the, program how did, he impact American policy specifically on Afghanistan do you think Well he was. A recognized name for policymakers here at home and? Also those mobbing Arkansas news strategy in the, u s he was One of the key Passan's who sort of introduced or brought the what they called success. Lessons learned from Iraq Cornerstone was, seen as the key person behind the use of they called counter insurgency or introduce coin as well as introducing the PRT's provincial the construction teams believing both in surge in the number of troops winning militarily as well as how to Win by introducing more reconstruction efforts and putting more money parallel to the military operations on the ground so he was Key figure not, just during. The years of Bush and Obama even in the most recent uses strategy and Trump's strategy of. South Asia mainly Afganistan he was somebody with experience on a variety to say an impact a. Policy on a country like I've? Honest on a word then about, these resignations which have been rejected by the president what's the background to this wise it got to. This point well Just during the first day of about a. Week ago as Aveline president was? Delivering his message to the. Nation Attackers insurgents made it literally to that doorsteps of the presidential palace and moved to a dozen of Moto fired very close vicinity of president granny as he was delivering a speech sound of explosion could, be heard that the food that, just a few days before the Taliban penetrated big city and important Junction City and. Almost the city, almost collapsed and the security forces had to fight for five days to push the Taliban back so in theory, what presidential palace is showing that because the president was Not happy in, annoyed about what is happening deteriorating security and the security Top security officials including March could have. Done something to have prevented attacks as close as to the presidential palace but. At the same time, we have been parliamentary elections and presidential elections coming so things of men quitting jobs to form and. Joining new teams for. The. Presidential in presidential elections could be

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