On this week’s show, Jared Wiklund from Pheasants Forever joins Bret Amundson, Dan Amundson and David Eckhardt to talk about how these recent snow storms will affect pheasant populations. Are pheasants in trouble? Can they adapt? Is there anything we can do to help? Will next season be terrible? He also previews Pheasant Fest in February. Joe Henry is back and talks about eelpout and multi-species fishing at Lake of the Woods.
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Jared Wiklund gives us the rundown on what these big snowstorms in Minnesota mean for pheasant populations. He talks about how people are seeing a bunch of pheasants out in harvested fields and along the side of the road and what that means. He also gives us a rundown on what Pheasants Forever recommend as far as trying to help these pheasants through a tough winter. Are the pheasants in trouble? Or will they persevere and give us another good hunting season next year?
Joe Henry from Lake of the Woods Tourism is back to talk about eelpout fishing and multi-species opportunities at the Walleye Capital of the World. He tells us how eelpout fishing at Lake of the Woods has been lately, and a few stories about burbot, including a few fish eating some really interesting things. Joe also mentions the dynamite Northern Pike fishing and tells us how snow conditions are like at Lake of the Woods.
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