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Youth, High School and College Fishing and Outdoors => Youth Fishing and Outdoors => Topic started by: djkimmel on April 18, 2008, 10:42:43 PM

Title: Talking Possible High School Bass Fishing on AM Outdoors Radio Tomorrow
Post by: djkimmel on April 18, 2008, 10:42:43 PM
Hey there- I will be on the AM Outdoors radio show tomorrow - AM 730 in Lansing - around 9:15 AM with host Duran Martinez talking about the possibility of youth fishing in high schools after reading about the Illinios high school fishing program that may make bass fishing a varsity sport.

TBF of Michigan will be following up on possibilities of such a program in Michigan. I got some information from national TBF youth director Mark Gintert about the new bass fishing school program.

If you want to call in between 9:15 and 9:30, maybe you can get on the radio?

You can listen on the Internet too at http://www.thegame730am.com/ and click the Listen Live button.

CALL SHOW: 517-363-2273

DURAN MARTINEZ
AM OUTDOORS RADIO SHOW
www.amoutdoorsradio.com
Title: Re: Talking Possible High School Bass Fishing on AM Outdoors Radio Tomorrow
Post by: Durand Dan on April 19, 2008, 02:07:17 PM
I should have stayed home and listened to your radio spot. Instead I went to your favorite Low Land Reservoir (Ovid) for a few hours of watched the Musky eat the Crappies. ;D
Title: Re: Talking Possible High School Bass Fishing on AM Outdoors Radio Tomorrow
Post by: Ryan on April 19, 2008, 09:54:51 PM
Instead I went to your favorite Low Land Reservoir (Ovid) for a few hours of watched the Musky eat the Crappies. ;D

I thought I recognized you Dan as we pulled into Sleepy Hollow this morning, well late morning-11:00ish, to do a little panfish fishing.

-Ryan
Title: Re: Talking Possible High School Bass Fishing on AM Outdoors Radio Tomorrow
Post by: djkimmel on April 19, 2008, 11:16:35 PM
The show was fun. I met Michigan's First Gentleman Dan Mulhern as soon as I walked in. He does an email newsletter on mentoring that can be interesting. Then Duran, Brock and I talked about 15 different things it seemed like including youth, the NRC, bass fishing and Banjo minnows.

Tomorrow, I go out for my first trip (not on ice) on a little lake in a rented rowboat and look for some big crappie. I won't pass up bigger gills too if I see them. And wo to the errant dogfish who crosses my path tomorrow (there used to be 'million' in there - big ones! but now there only seems to be less than a hundred - bowhunters shot the heck out of them a few years ago).