Great American Outdoor Trails Radio Magazine Begins 2009 With A Stellar Line-Up
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GAOT Radio – -(AmmoLand.com)- In an exclusive interview Denny Austad of Ammon, Idaho tells how he hunted the Monroe Mountain District in south-central Utah with a self-designed rifle killed the new world record elk bull on Sept. 30, 2008. He hunted for 13 days before connecting with the trophy, dubbed “spider bull” for its unique antler configuration. A special judges panel determined a final score of 478-5/8 B&C non-typical points, an incredible 93-plus inches above the Boone and Crockett minimum score of 385 for non-typical American elk, and more than 13 inches larger than the previous World's Record. It is the only elk on record with a gross score approaching the 500-inch mark, at 499-3/8. Official data dates back to 1830. www.mossback.com
Brenda Valentine the first lady of hunting will tell us how it all began.
This self admitted tomboy has become one of the most recognized hunters in
the world. Her stories have claimed national awards while being published in many national outdoor publications. She recently harvested a cape buffalo with a bow and you'll hear about it. www.brendavalentine.com
Noted outdoorsman Tom Ackerman, host of “Escape to the Wild” on Versus Country, brings a lifetime of outdoors experience to the popular show.
Ackerman is a registered fishing guide in Maine, an accomplished fly fisherman, wing shooter and big game hunter with a natural curiosity about people and their outdoor experiences. Tom talks about Escape to the Wild's third season and some of the surprises you won't want to miss. www.versuscountry.com
Telling stories about the outdoors, meeting people who appreciate the wonders of nature…This has been the experience of Ron Schara for more than 30 years. His writings and observations capture the essence of the natural world. Telling stories delights Ron. He's got quite a tale of his own. Ron grew up in northeast Iowa's rugged bluff country where his love of nature took him to Iowa State University.
He majored in both journalism and fish and wildlife biology. Now, through television, newspaper and radio success, Ron has become a vital resource and champion for outdoor issues.
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