This week, Outdoors Radio features Sheboygan charter captain “Dumper Dan” Welsch, photographer and author Eddee Daniel, sea kayaking guide Jonathan Small, and archery expert JC Chamberlin. Jeff heads to Mobridge, SD for the Walleye Federation National Team Championship on Lake Oahe. Dan reminds listeners of upcoming DNR deadlines and reports his talk in West Bend has been postponed to October.
Charter captain “Dumper Dan” Welsch reports steady action for big kings, along with cohos, lakers, rainbows and browns near the Lake Michigan shore off Sheboygan. After fishing, grab lunch at Bourbon Street Pub and Grill on Indiana Avenue. (http://dumperdan.com/, https://www.facebook.com/bourbonstreetsheboygan)
Photographer, author, and blogger Eddee Daniel invites listeners to explore eight miles of natural beauty in the parks and trails along the Milwaukee River and in his latest book, The Milwaukee River Greenway: A Wealth of Nature in the Heart of the City. (https://awealthofnature.org/)
Sea kayaking guide Jon Small talks about two recent rescue operations involving unprepared kayakers on Lake Superior and offers advice for anyone planning to paddle, camp, or explore the sea caves on the world’s largest freshwater lake. (https://www.whitecapkayak.com/)
In the Madison Outdoors Report, JC Chamberlin, of Pappas Trading Post, offers advice for planting fall food plots, creating water holes, scouting, trail camera placement and more. (http://pappastradingpost.com/)
Contact: Dan Small 414-588-4082