This Week on ‘America Outdoors Radio’ – June 10, 2017

America Outdoors Radio
America Outdoors Radio

America Outdoors Radio

USA -(Ammoland.com)- We've got a busy show for you this week to include an engaging conversation with fishing legend Buzz Ramsey who we will visit with about that iconic trout spinner, the Rooster Tail from Yakima Bait Company.

Another big guest on our show this week is Land Tawney, the CEO of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, who will explain why you want to weigh in with the Department of Interior about those 27 National Monuments that are under review.

After that we'll head to Alaska's Kenai Peninsula to visit with Cindy Smith, the owner of Riverhaven Cabins, about not only her cabins and the fishing, but also about some of the other great things you can do outside there.

Turning our attention to boats we'll meet the only Honda Marine Certified Master Technician in the Western United States, Tyler Anderson with Tacoma Boat Sales, and find out just how far his customer base reaches (trust me….it's waaaay out there!).

We'll also get some fine advice from Chuck Cecarelli, the owner of Fish Fighter Products in Idaho, about the heavy duty rod racks he builds for boats and and why you want a rod rack on your vessel.

Finally, we've got outdoors news from all over the nation and some great advice about how to handle that largemouth bass next time you're holding one up for a photo!

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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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