This week, Dan Small Outdoors Radio features Hunt Wisconsin app creator David Manske, TreadWright Tires CEO Anthony Showen, Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin director of conservation programs Caitlin Williamson and book author Stephen Sautner. Jeff reports on his ice-fishing success for panfish.
In the Hupy and Abraham outdoor report, David Manske, creator of the Hunt Wisconsin app, explains the many ways this user-friendly app can help hunters. (www.huntwisconsinapp.com, www.hupy.com)
In the Madison Outdoors Report, CEO Anthony Showen explains the green manufacturing process used in making Treadwright Tires. (www.treadwright.com, www.fisherkingwinery.com)
Cait Williamson, director of conservation programs for the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin, details the decline of monarch butterflies and efforts to help restore their numbers. (www.wisconservation.org, www.cherishwisconsin.org, www.xerces.org)
In another Hupy and Abraham Outdoor Report, author and former New York Times columnist Stephen Sautner talks about his collection of humorous essays, Fish On, Fish Off. (www.stephensautner.com, www.hupy.com)
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