This Week on ‘America Outdoors Radio’ – Jan. 6, 2017

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USA -(Ammoland.com)- It may be January, but there is a lot going on outdoors this week on America Outdoors Radio!

Avery Outdoors Pro-Staffer Kent Contreras joins us for a Pacific Flyway waterfowl hunting report and Susan Hankner with Safari Club International will tell you about the American Wilderness Leadership School they put on for teachers near Jackson, Wyoming.

David Bates with Conqueror North America shows off some tough trailers that will go anywhere your 4×4 will go and Skip Clemens with Adventure Hunts has got the perfect African safari for you this year!

Throw in news about a couple of new national monuments covering a lot of acreage in the west, the rescue of an ice bound moose, a new years fishing destination along the border of Nevada and California and a preview of the Northwest Ice Fishing Festival coming up January 14th near the border of Washington State and British Columbia and we've got a full hour of the outdoors coming your way!

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About America Outdoors Radio:

Join host John Kruse every week to explore fishing, hunting, wildlife watching and a wide variety of other outdoor recreational opportunities across the United State and North America! We’ll share the latest tips and advice from experts on the water and in the field, share some great outdoor destinations with you, and run down the latest in outdoor news from around the nation. John Kruse is the host of Northwestern Outdoors Radio, heard on over 50 stations in five states, and can’t wait to share his passion for our great outdoors with the entire country!

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