Luke usually has a guest for his outdoor show but today, it's just a one-on-one visit you and Luke. Luke's topics this week include his preparations for his upcoming hunts. He tells about making cured ham and breakfast sausage for breakfast up in the high country. Luke spent many years as a surveyor and in today's show, he discusses "finding your way", how to use a compass and some very basic navigational tools.
Luke is keeping things local this week. Looking for a red hot fishing spot to catch easy limits of white bass (sandbass) with some big hybrid stripers mixed in? Look no farther than COOPER LAKE! Luke fished with veteran guide Tony Parker (903-348-1619) earlier this week with friend Deryl Markgraf. In less than a couple hours enough fish for a mega fish fry were landed as well as a few hybrids to frill on the half shell. If you are looking for a close to home spot to catch the makings of your own fish fry, Cooper Lake should fill the fill nicely!
In today's show, Luke visits with Deryl Markgraf and discusses the different optics available for night hunting wild hogs and predators. Markgraf is an expert in hunting at night with thermal and has used all types of night hunting gear through the years. Tune in and listen, today's show might just "enlighten" you a bit on hunting at night!
Join Luke and his friend guide Seth Vanover (www.lakeforkcatandcrappie.com) this week for a good ole "down home" discussion of hunting and fishing. These two veteran outdoorsmen share some of their thoughts on spending time in the great outdoors.
Jeff Rice, owner of The Buck and Bass Ranch near Lake Fork, joins Luke this week and discusses the process necessary to successfully film and edit a hunt. Jeff has several excellent hunting videos posted on buckandbassranch.com. Tune in and learn how easy it is to create your own "outdoor shows".
In this week's show, Luke visits with Ashley Tompkins, PR Coordinator for Moody Gardens in Galveston. Ashley discusses all the attractions available at one of Luke's favorite destinations. Moody Gardens, a non-profit organization, does a great deal to educate and entertain families traveling to Galveston and Luke includes it on his "must do" list every year.