This Week on Outdoors Radio: RGS Habitat Projects Bode Well for Grouse and Woodcock

Thursday, May 19, 2022

This Week on Outdoors Radio: RGS Habitat Projects Bode Well for Grouse and Woodcock

This week, Outdoors Radio features Ruffed Grouse Society forest conservation director Jon Steigerwaldt, TV host Art Helin, trout angler John Vieth and D&S Bait proprietor Pat Hasburgh. Jeff reports that Adam Neu and Grant Ehlenfeldt win the Sturgeon Bay Open bass tournament. Dan bags a turkey in Zone 1.

Ruffed Grouse Society forest conservation director Jon Steigerwaldt discusses the potential impact of avian influenza on grouse and woodcock and says numerous habitat projects are under way. (https://ruffedgrousesociety.org/)

TV host, land-management consultant, wildlife photographer and hunting guide Art Helin describes the impact of recent severe weather events on wildlife, wildlife habitat, livestock and people in the Driftless Area. (https://arthelinoutdoors.com/, https://wiwf.org/landing/)

Avid angler John Vieth shares advice for fishing trout streams in Juneau County and the surrounding area. (https://www.castlerock-petenwell.com/)

In the Madison Outdoors Report, Pat Hasburgh, proprietor of D&S Bait on Northport Drive in Madison reports fishing action is improving on the Madison chain and area trout streams. (http://www.dsbait.com/)

Contact: Dan Small 414-588-4082