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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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Seth Vanover with his "Stump Ring"
Luke Clayton

Luke visits with a regular on the show, Lake Fork guide Seth Vanover ( www.lakeforkcatandcrappie.com ). Seth gives some tips on catching "dog days" crappie and shows us a neat invention for quickly anchoring boats to stumps. Luke also recaps his trip last week to Galveston and talks about all the attractions at Moody Gardens ( www.moodygardens.com ).

Mike Williams shows off a Gulf catch, but this week the talk is of catching shark.
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Luke speaks with Galveston guide Captain Mike Williams about catching shark this week.

Clients of Capt. David Dillman show off their Galveston Bay catch
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Luke takes us down to Galveston to visit with veteran trout guide David Dillman at Eagle Point Fishing Camp and also gives some tips on keeping fish fillets fresh during the heat of summer.

Luke Clayton with bow and turkey
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke discusses myriad outdoor topics including courtesy while afield or on the water, the upcoming Texas Trophy Hunters shows and how to inexpensively make your own sugar cured ham.

Lake Tawakoni guide David Hanson shows off a catch.
Luke Clayton

Join Luke this week and learn some catfish catching tips from Lake Tawakoni. Earlier this week Luke joined his longtime friend catfish guide David Hanson (903-268-7391) for a morning of fast action catfishing. Listen and learn how to catch lots of catifsh and remain cool..IN THE SHADE!

Bullhead Catfish

Jun 24, 2016
Bullhead Catfish
Luke Clayton

There are three species of bullheads, the black, brown and yellow, with black being the most prevalent. While fishing for channel catfish that we stocked in some gravel pits near my home, I was catching two bullheads for every channel cat. Since the channel catfish needed to put on a bit more weight before they would be candidates for the fish fryer, we decided to practice catch and release with them for a few more months but those bullheads were fat I began to wonder how they would taste...

This is the entrance to the famous YO RANCH  in Mountain Home, Texas
Luke Clayton

Join Luke this week and visit with Debbie Hagebusch, Director of Tourism for the famous Y.O. Ranch in Texas ( www.yoranchheadquarters.com ) . The Y.O. Ranch was established in 1880 by Charles Schreiner and encompassed over one-half million acres. The Y.O. introduced exotic animals for hunting back around 1950 and now and Texas is "the" destination for hunting animals such as Axis and Fallow deer, blackbuck antelope and a host of other animals. The Y.O. now offers excellent hunting but also a...

Tiny Homes have become hugely popular the past few years. This week, Luke visits with Shawn Ballard, owner of Diamond Park Homes ( www.diamondparkhomes.com ) in Alba, Texas and learns about the advantages of living "smaller". Shawn also shares a recent Fork fishing trip where he landed several species.

Luke talks Bass fishing at Lake Fork with Larry Large this week
Luke Clayton; Larry Large

Veteran Lake Fork guide Larry Large ( www.huntingeasttexas.com ) joins Luke today and discusses white bass fishing at Fork. A decade or so ago, white bass were extremely scarce at Lake Fork but in the past few years, these prolific spawners have gained a strong foothold. Savvy anglers like Large are still catching plenty of largemouth bass but now, there is an abundant "food fish" that is usually more than willing to bite!

Clients of Capt. David Dillman show off their Galveston Bay catch
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This week Luke takes us to the upper Texas Coast, to Eagle Point Fishing Camp ( www.eaglepointfishingcamp.com ) to visit with long time speckled trout guide Capt. David Dillman. David was the first angler to make trout fishing using live croakers for bait popular. Today's show will most definitely help you plan your next fishing trip to Galveston Bay System.

Luke Clayton
Luke Clayton

Join Luke this week as he discusses some current fishing tips, divulges his favorite Dutch Kettle cobbler recipe and.... talks a bit about a new trend in the outdoors, "Tiny Houses".

David Hanson (top right) joins Luke this week to talk about catfish.
Luke Clayton

This week, Lake Tawakoni catfish guide David Hanson (903-268-7391) joins Luke and gives a current update on the red hot blue catfish bite currently underway at Lake Tawakoni. David and Luke, both long time outdoor cooks, divulge some of their favorite methods of making tasty BBQ from venison and wild hogs.

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

Lake Tawakoni catfish guide David Hanson (903-268-7391) joins Luke this week and tells how to fill the cooler with good eating blue catfish.

There is little doubt that Charlie Goodnight and White Parker swam in this beautiful spot on Buck Creek, located on the White Ranch.
Luke Clayton

In this week's show, Luke visits with his longtime friend Guide Randy Routh ( www.teamredneck.net ). Luke hunted turkey with Randy last week on the White Ranch not far from Glenrose. Randy has worked cattle and hunted on this ranch for many years and has learned much about the ranch's history from the late Reese White. A cabin built by cattle driver Charles Goodnight and his men still stands on the ranch and Comanche Chief Quanah Parker's son, White Parker and his family set up their lodges...

David Hanson (top right) joins Luke this week to talk about catfish.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with a couple of catfish pro guides that give some tips to help you put together the making of a big catfish fish fry. At Fork, guide Seth Vanover is hammering the channel catfish in shallow water while over at Tawakoni, guide David Hanson is catching lots and lots of eater size blue catfish in the 3-6 pound range from shallow water.

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