This Week on Northwestern Outdoors Radio – October 14, 2017

John Kruse
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USA -(Ammoland.com)- A lot of folks are out hunting and fishing this weekend and we'll be covering both topics this week!

We'll start off talking to Roger Phillips with Idaho Fish and Game who has a number of stories to share from the Gem State covering both topics.

From there we'll head to Eugene, Oregon where a university student is preparing to compete in the FLW National College Bass Fishing Tournament Championship after winning a big regional tournament in Northern California.

We've got suggestions on what kind of lures to use for salmon in our coastal bays as well as a combo trout/steelhead fishing report from Rob Lamb at the Joseph Fly Shop in Northeastern Oregon.

Throw in outdoors news about deer, bear and fishing in British Columbia's Interior and there is a whole bunch of the outdoors headed your way this weekend!

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Northwestern Outdoors Radio is a fast growing show that is now the fourth most widely distributed outdoors radio show in the nation. John Kruse is the host and producer of the hour long show that covers fishing, hunting, wildlife and a wide variety of outdoor recreational topics with a focus on the Northwestern United States. Additional information about Northwestern Outdoors Radio, now broadcast 60 times a week on 48 stations across Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana, can be found on their website.

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    I’ve caught many bass large mouth out of farm ponds with a purple plastic worm and red or orange swiggly tail fishing it slow across the bottom and over logs and thru tree tops best bass bait I’ve ever used