The Great ‘Gun Control Debate’ This Weekend on Northwestern Outdoors Radio

Northwestern Outdoors Radio
Northwestern Outdoors Radio

Wenatchee, WA –-( While many show hosts are taking the holidays off we’ve got another brand new show coming your way this week and you won’t want to miss it!

We start off by weighing in on the great gun control debate raging throughout our nation and then we head back to our roots of outdoor recreation.

Outdoor writer Troy Rodakowski has got some suggestions on hunting and fishing options available to you in the Northwest in January and Alice Trindle with TNT Horsemanship Tours tells us about her unique elk viewing tours aboard a horse drawn carriage in NE Oregon.

We’ve got news about wolf hunting on tribal reservations, a move to shut down fish hatcheries on a popular Western Oregon river, and a Northern Puget Sound area field report covering fishing and waterfowl hunting courtesy of Holiday Sports in Burlington.


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Finally, we’ve got some suggestions on where you can go on a “First Day Hike” to celebrate New Years Day outdoors at a State Park near you! Find out more at

About Northwestern Outdoors Radio:
John Kruse is the host of Northwestern Outdoors Radio, the award-winning, hour long show broadcast every week on 33 stations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho to include major markets like Boise, Eugene, Spokane, Tacoma, the Tri-Cities, Medford and of course, Wenatchee, WA, where we produce our show very week from our flagship station at AM 560 KPQ.

Northwestern Outdoors focuses not only on fishing and hunting in the Pacific Northwest, but also on all sorts of other outdoor recreation topics like wildlife watching, conservation issues, camping, hiking, horseback riding, paddling, bicycling, natural history and more! Visit: