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Outdoors with Luke Clayton

Saturday Morning at 5am

Luke writes a weekly outdoors column for over 30 Texas newspapers and is Hunting Editor for Airgun Hobbyist Magazine, Field Editor for the Dallas Safari Club and feature writer for several outdoor magazines. Luke is on the pro staff of Darton Archery, Airforce Airguns, Smokin Tex Electric Smokers and In Sights Nutrition. Luke also just released his second book, Kill to Grill which is devoted to hunting and cooking wild hogs! To best keep up with Luke's outdoor activities, visit his web site www.catfishradio.com

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Luke Clayton with a wild hog he killed this week
Luke Clayton

Luke Clayton talks about wild hog hunting with his new Darton Maverick 2 (www.dartonarchery.com) while hunting with his friends at B & C Outfitters (www.easttexasexotics.com).

Capt. Mike Williams with a trout catch
Luke Clayton

This week Luke visits with veteran Galveston fishing guide Capt. Mike Williams  (www.galvestonfishingguides.com). Capt. Mike has logged in more hours fishing the Galveston Bay System than any other man, alive or dead. In this weeks show, Capt. Mike discussed the current pattern for speckled trout fishing and... other interesting "Satly" topics. 

Luke with his daughter Ashley (rt) their friend Karrissa and a big "mess" of good eating blue catfish landed this week with guide David Hanson.
Luke Clayton

This week, Lake Tawakoni catfish guide David Hanson (903-268-7391) joins Luke and talks about catching blue catfish during a time of plenty when the bite is changing from "trophy" season during the winter months to now, when large numbers of "eater" size catfish are the norm. On a trip earlier this week, Luke and his daughter Ashley with family friend Karrissa joined Hanson for some fast paced catfish action and left the dock with 5 gallons of snow white blue catfish fillets. Tune in this week and learn how to catch them! 

Crappie are biting at Lake Fork!
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with Cpt. Mike Williams (www.galvestonfishingguides.com) and gets an update on coastal fishing. During the second half of the show, Will Herring (www.wildboarmeats.com) joins Luke and  gives a current report from Austin on efforts to stop the use of Warfarin (a common rat poison) to control the wild hog population. Also, a shallow water crappie report from Lake Fork. 

Stubby Stubblefield shows off a catch
Luke Clayton

Luke's guest this week is Stubby Stubblefield, maker of STUBBY'S CATFISH BAIT (903-520-3635). Stubby and Luke discuss the fine points of catching those big and TASTY channel catfish that are well known at Lake Fork. 

Wild hog processing
Luke Clayton

Luke's guest this week is Will Herring, founder and owner of Wild Boar Meat Company (www.wildboarmeats.com) in Hubbard Texas. Will is on the cutting edge of the proposed use of Warfarin (used in rat poison) to kill wild hogs. Tune in and learn some things you might not know about what is being done to stop the introduction of poison to our environment. 

Wild hog processing
Luke Clayton

Luke's guest this week is Will Herring, founder and owner of Wild Boar Meat Company in Hubbard, Texas. Will and Luke discuss the recent ruling by the Texas Agricultural Commission to allow Warfarin to kill hogs in Texas. If the use of poison is allowed, companies that currently process wild hogs may have to close their doors. Hog trappers may also be put out of business as there will be no market for the hogs. 

Luke's guest this week is river fishing guide Shane Davies with River Run Guide Service (www.shanedaviesguide.com). Shane has for many years guided trips on the Brazos and Devil's River. During the course of this weeks show, you will get a good feel for the skills and down right courage necessary to guide anglers on remote waters. Shane is truly a Texas treasure and I'm positive when his day's as a river guide are finished, he will have amassed enough exciting experiences to fill a very large book.

One of the fishermen and a big black drum he caught with Capt. Mike Williams' team
Luke Clayton

Luke's guest this week is noted fishing guide Capt. Mike Williams (www.galvestonfishingguides.com). Mike and Luke are talking about the annual black drum run which just so happens to occur during spring break. A trip to the coast is always fun and a great way to celebrate the coming of another spring! Tune in and listen, today's show might just solve your question of "What do we do for Spring Break"? 

Phil Zimmerman with a chunky, good eating Walleye caught from pristine waters in northern Saskatchewan while fishing with Luke and several other writers a couple years ago. Round two with the walleye, pike and lake trout is scheduled for June.
Luke Clayton

Join Luke and his guest Josh Schwartz with Mepps Lures (www.mepps.com) this week and learn a bit about the history of Mepps Lures;  how to recycle squirrel tails and best baits for catching those hard fighting fish from northern waters as well as here at home! 

   

Matt Ashcraft talks about controling wild hog populations by helicopter
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke's guest is Matt Ashcraft, helicopter pilot and owner of Freedom Helicopters. Matt gives a unique "insider's" prospective on controlling wild hog populations from the air. 

David Hanson (left) and Luke Clayton(right) showing off a catch.
Luke Clayton

Listen to audio from an awesome trophy blue catfish trip earlier this week at Lake Tawakoni.

Join Luke and his longtime friend Larry Large (www.huntingeasttexas.com) around the campfire for this weeks show. These veteran outdoorsmen have spent a lot of time together on the water and in the woods hunting. They share a few of their adventures in this weeks show.

Lake Tawakoni catfish guide David Hanson shows off a couple of many "eater" size blue catfish he and Luke Landed this week.
Luke Clayton

Catfish anglers will want to make sure and tune in this week. Lake Tawakoni guide David Hanson divulges a new pattern that is producing lots and lots of blue catfish  weighing between 2 and 6 pounds with the occasional larger fish. This pattern should hold steady until the onset of cooler weather when the trophy blue season begins.

You will also learn a couple of tasty camp recipes. 

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