What's In Outdoors

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Every Friday morning at 8:15, Phil Taunton will join the KVOE Morning show and let listeners know What’s In Outdoors.

 Below you can listen to past shows and find information relating to all kinds of stuff.  ENJOY!

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What's In Outdoors Calendar

Various dates
 Kansas Crappie Club Tournaments - https://www.kansascrappieclub.com/tournament-schedule.html
 October 17
Fall on the Kaw! (St. George to Wamego) - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fall-on-the-kaw-st-george-to-wamego-tickets-119330048387
 October 24
 Gary Fuller Shootout - Flyer

 Exploring Outdoors Kansas - by Steve Gilliland

2020 Youth Outdoor Experience - Enter Here to Win Prizes

What’s in Outdoors will recap teaching area grade-schooler on the virtues of fishing during Zoo Safari EdVenture Days held at the David Traylor Zoo and the WL White Memorial Auditorium in Emporia.

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Lisa Fuller representing the Gary Fuller Memorial Shootout to benefit Lyon County 4-H projects and awards will be our guest!

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A What’s in Outdoor “Tip of the Hat” to Carson with a smile almost as big as the 6-pound striper he caught at Wilson Reservoir and to Ty Wolf, who put 20 channel cat in the boat including his personal best of 26 + pounds!

 

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Week of 09-27-19

September 26, 2019
  • Laura Mendenhall, President of the Kansas Wildlife Federation will be our guest to discuss an exciting Backyard Wildlife Habitat Program and their October 3rd annual meeting held at the Little Apple Brewing Company, Manhattan.

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  • Recap of Vamos A Pescar where 19 families enjoyed a day of fishing, food and fun at Camp Alexander!Recap of Vamos A Pescar where 19 families enjoyed a day of fishing, food, and fun at Camp Alexander!

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Week of 09-20-19

September 23, 2019

Family Fish Camp at Camp Alexander

Patricia Saenz Reyes  USD 253 Migrant Education Program, director and Sally Sanchez of HOTT will be our guest in the studio to discuss our 3rd Annual, Vamos A Pescar, Let's go Fishing activity at Camp Alexander!

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  • Recap of the Jordan Lee Miller Memorial Catfish Tournament held September 14 at Council Grove Reservoir. Fish were caught and a good time was had by all!

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Week of 09-13-19

September 13, 2019

Jason Harris, Headwaters Archery Club previews the Final Shoot of the Season event - https://www.facebook.com/events/1400922700075893/permalink/1400923540075809/

 

Justin Frank, one of the organizers of the 1st Annual Jordan Lee Miller Memorial Cat Fishing Tournament will join us live on the air to discuss this year’s benefit and tournament.

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Fishing and trot lining with Dutch Honor of Wichita and the weather wreaking havoc with Council Grove Marina will be the topic of today’s show!

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  • Beaten’ My Brothers

    Hi, my name is Anna Debler and I am going into the First grade! One hot and
    sunny afternoon me and my family went fishing. Fishing was so fun we ate
    supper and my grandma even came. Fishing went really well we were getting a lot
    of bites! My two brothers were catching a lot of fish. We were there for a couple
    hours. After the dust settled though I caught the most fish! I beat my brother who
    was 12! I was rubbing it in their faces! I’m really good at fishing and it is so fun!

 

 

WILSON LAKE KANSAS YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIP 1st Day

My name is Nicholas Herrman, my brother, Kyle, and I have been fishing the Kansas Youth Team Series for three years. The 2019 Kansas Youth Championship was on Wilson Lake this year. At 9:00 A.M, Kyle and I had a 3lbs smallmouth, a 15in. smallmouth, and a 16in. largemouth, and the next 2 hours were unbelievable.  I caught a 3lbs largemouth, which was keeper number four. A minute or two later, Kyle caught a 15in. largemouth, which was keeper number 5. We went back through where we caught the fish at, and I caught a 3lbs smallmouth, which creelled our smallest fish. The next fish, I caught Kyle said “Dad, Nick has another one”.  Dad said, “No way”. We creelled again. I hooked another 3lbs smallmouth and said, ”Dad, I have one.”  He said, “Your joking!” We creelled a 3lbs smallmouth, and at 11:30 we stopped fishing. We creelled 7 times and 4 of them were 3lbs. We caught some more once and awhile. At the end of the first day of the tournament, we had 17lbs and was in 1st place.  But, it was a 2 day tournament and we only had three for 8 lbs. So, we took 2nd place. I had caught all the fish we weighed in the first day, 2 of the fish the 2nd day, and caught my 2nd biggest smallmouth. It was my biggest bag and biggest bag at Wilson as well. It was a fun trip.

Special guests on July 12th will be Shane Wilson, president of Fishing's Future and Steve Smits, president of Zebco. Shane and Steve are at ICAST being held in the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida.

Fishing's Future and Zebco are looking to increase the number of anglers in the United States to 60 million in the next 60 months!

Did you know the Kansas state and world record flathead of just over 123 pounds was caught in Elk City Reservoir by a crappie fisherman using a Zebco 33?

 


Week 7 winners of our Youth Outdoor Experience contest are Zoey Smart age 5 of Emporia and Kason Spear age 9 of Council Grove.

I met Kason while participating in a hot dog eating contest over the Fourth of July and Zoey was a semifinalist in the Great American Worm Race held at the Emporia Public Library.

Keep your stories coming!

We will be awarding fishing combos to both boy and girl entries through August and award a lifetime hunting and fishing license to some lucky youngster during Bluestem Farm and Ranch Supply's Conservation Appreciation Day Celebration, September 6-7

 

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