On Northwestern Outdoors Radio – Elk, Shellfish, Shooting Sports

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On Northwestern Outdoors Radio – Elk, Shellfish, Shooting Sports

USA -(Ammoland.com)- We've got a very interesting show for you this week covering elk, shellfish, finned fish, the shooting sports and award winning hunting accessories.

Jonathan Gosch will join us to tell you about hoof rot disease affecting elk herds in the Northwest and his theory on what may be causing it.

Betsy Peabody joins us again to tell you about a shellfish hatchery operating in Puget Sound and Shane Meisel with Leupold & Stevens will give you the details about the new LTO Tracker and the major award it just won!

On top of that we've got a call for students to get involved in competitive shotgun shooting and fishing reports and advice from both Sportsman's Warehouse store staff and Bob Loomis with Mack's Lure Company.

John Kruse is the host of Northwestern Outdoors Radio, the award-winning, hour long show broadcast every week on 60-plus  stations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana to include markets surrounding Eugene, Spokane, Portland, Tacoma, the Tri-Cities, Medford, Missoula, Pocatello, Great Falls, Sheridan and of course, Wenatchee, Washington where we started our show in 2007 at our flagship station – AM 560 KPQ.

Northwestern Outdoors focuses not only on fishing and hunting in the Northwestern United States, 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!

Take care, God Bless and enjoy the show!

For more information, visit their website.

About Northwestern Outdoors Radio:

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.