This Week on the Outdoor Line
SATURDAY June 24th 2017 6-9am!!
- IT'S THE FIRST SHOW OF SUMMER! Tune in for a rundown of what this wonderful season has in store!
- Mark Yuasa joins John Martinis and Nelly for his debut in studio!
- Brock Huard just retured from his first trip to the Queen Charlottes at WestCoastResorts.com Englefield Bay and was traumatized by a sea lion that stole his last chinook. Tune in for the rant!
- Robbo live from Craig, Alaska in his summertime exile in salmonland!
- Todd Daniels of TallTailsGuideService.com is fired up about his Summer on the Skykomish!
- John Keizer runs down the Ocean Salmon openers and Tuna outlook
- Nelson Goodsell of Salmon for Soldiers needs you! on August 26th at the Port of Everett!
- Don't miss the Northwest Outdoor Report!
- Daiwa Tech Line: Trout and kokanee tech!!
- Jet Chevrolet's Picks of the week
- Roy Robinson Chevy/RV's "Really? Where? and much, much more!
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Post by Bowfinger12000 » Tue Jun 27, 2017 10:52 PM
Agreed! Also you think the tribes could get involved and use the freedom of their rights to hunt whales ...
Post by Nelly » Mon Jun 26, 2017 09:19 AM
Hey Doug, Welcome aboard and thanks for the report and pics! Looks like the Sky has been nothing short ...
Post by billm » Thu Jun 22, 2017 01:31 AM
Unfortunately shortly after this post was published, the river became very muddy, with visibility only ...
Post by SlumRunner » Tue Jun 20, 2017 03:01 PM
I did well down there last year the first week of September. I think things should get moving in august ...
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A look at the updated 3500 and 5500 bags from Exo Mountain Gear. For more information or to order please visit www.exomountaingear.com.
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