Rob Endsley is a retired river guide and full time Alaska charter captain with thousands of days logged on the water. In 2007 he was recognized by Salmon and Steelhead Journal as one of the top 25 salmon and steelhead guides on the West Coast and he has received extensive coverage in both the regional and national media. When he's not fishing you can find Rob chasing big game in the mountains of the west every fall. He brings a lifetime of fishing, hunting, and outdoor experience to the Outdoor Line radio show.
Tom "Nelly" Nelson
Tom "Nelly" Nelson has spent over a half-century on the waters, uplands and mountain ranges of his beloved home, the vast Pacific Northwest. For the past decade and a half, Nelly has been the voice of Seattle Saturday morning outdoor radio where his lifetime of hunting & fishing experience and his communication skills have been put to the test. From his childhood on the rivers and bays of Puget Sound to the salmon, herring and charter fishing fleets of Alaska, Tom has taken full advantage of all that the challenging outdoor classroom has to offer.
This week on the Outdoor Line on 710 ESPN Seattle
SATURDAY August 17th 6-8am!!
- BUOY 10! Live from Astoria with Bruce Larson of Renaissance Marine!
- Austin Moser caught the biggest chinook in the Buoy 10 Classic on Ray's Baits Herring and tells us all about it!
- Robbo is trasnforming intp Captain Krusty and talks about the last two weeks of summer from Craig, Alaska.
- Kevin John of Holiday Sports on the Marine Area 7 Bellingham Bay opener!
- Terrt Rudnick on the Virginia Mason Cancer research fundraiser next Saturday at the Yellow house in Rich passage
- The BeauMac TECH Line: PINK PROCEDURES IN PUGET SOUND!
- Don't miss Truck Vault's Northwest Outdoor Report!
- Roy Robinson Chevy/RV's "Really? Where? and much, much more!
I currently have an Airmar B75M thru hull transducer that I have not really been happy with. The transducer is connected to a Simrad NSS12 Evo2. Almost all of my fishing is for salmon in Puget Sound (mostly ...
Lets get the forum back...common Tom!