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NW Wild Country OnDemand

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April 19, 2018 15 min
With the Lake Stevens Kokanee Derby fast approaching, it seemed like a good time to get some tune-up advice from a local expert: Brianna Bruce of Livin' Life Adventures. Some GREAT information here!
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Anybody making plans for spring fishing should include the Colville Reservation in Eastern Washington. World-class brook trout, giant Lahontan cutthroat, big bass, humongous panfish. Here's a rundown of options!
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Bill Herzog shares some tasty Eastern Washington fishing tidbits + Major League Fishing pro Jacob Wheeler previews the weekend's Summit Cup Championship
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Continuing a 15-year tradition that we started in 2003 with Mike Iaconelli, new Bassmaster Classic champion Jordan Lee joins us on the air to discuss his won. Also, Scott Haugen shares some pre-spring-turkey season wisdom.
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Great info from former NWWC TV producer Shane V. on American Lake kokanee + an update on Lake Chelan kokanee + walleye wisdom with Brad Wagner
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Biologist Jon McMillan shares info, insight and observations about the condition of the Washington/Oregon steelhead fishery. Bright spots and dark spots, but interesting information!
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Joel Shangle, Bill Herzog, Brandon Palaniuk, Dave Landahl and NWWC's first listener (Paul Cox), engage in discussion dedicated to the positive things that exist in the fishing and hunting world. Great contributions by Wild Country listeners, too!
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Kicking off our three-part series on how/when/where to catch the biggest steelhead of the year ("Ike"), some key info on drift fishing; post-Christmas, we look at the "Island of Misfit Toys" for fishing gear
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Real talk about fishing reports: they're wrong from the word "Go"!; Cody Herman previews the NW Anglers Convention steelhead class in Portland
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The Clallam, the Hoko, the Pysht ... dare we continue? Bill Herzog gives up some info on small West End streams that you won't believe! Also: some of our best Thanksgiving fishing/hunting traditions.
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Longtime Forke-based guide Bob Kratzer and B.C. guide Ryan Pohl talk about two hallowed steelhead areas: the Olympic Peninsula and the Thompson River.
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Rolling into the pre-Thanksgiving holiday with Randy Howell, and a question for our listeners: what issues/fisheries are we NOT talking about that we should be?
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Do you have all the "clubs in your bag" (golf reference?!?) to be a true steelheader? Also, Austin "Boom Pow" Moser gets us ready for the winter kokanee bite at Lake Roosevelt
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The Wild 5 most important things to focus on this week; have steelhead fishind and bowhunting "jumped the shark"?
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A lightning-round report of river conditions on the Olympic Peninsula with Bob Kratzer, and Grays Harbor with Joe Superfisky; are we losing our "outdoors skill set" due to a lack of mentorship in hunting and fishing? Cool photo courtesy of Gink & Gasoline.
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Ever wanted to catch 6- to 10-pound rainbows like they were going out of style? Bill Herzog tells you e-x-a-c-t-l-y how to do that as we discuss the "Rufus (Woods) Truths"; a roundup of great opportunities in the Yakima Valley with Big Jared.
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Late-season blacktail strategies with Scott Haugen (who we shamelessly and accurately call "the smartest blacktail hunter in the world); Southwest Washington waterfowl info from Tim Deaver.
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The Oct. 7 episode of NWWC gets off to a roaring start as we join Scott Haugen live in the duck blind for the Summer Lake opener. Your weekly 2-for-1 provides an update on two coho fisheries (the Snohomish River system and the Lower Columbia. We check in with Bob Kratzer of Angler's Guide Service on the status of some of the Olympic Peninsula's salmon stocks.
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Hour 2 of NWWC kicks off with a detailed discussion with WDFW biologist Danny Garrett about Lake Washington's multi-species options in October: giant cutthroat, smallmouth and largemouth bass. Andy Martin of Wild Rivers fishing checks in from the opener of the famed Chetco Bubble Chinook fishery. And Shangle and Herzog dive deeper into the Question of the Day: what ONE fishing regulation would you change?
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Kicking things off in Hour 1 of the Sept. 30 episode of NW Wild Country, Joel Shangle and Bill Herzog get a live report from the Westport tuna grounds; Austin "Boom Pow" Moser checks in live from Hanford Reach; Jarod Higginbotham gives us a detailed rundown of salmon options on the Klickitat River.
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