Outdoors with Luke Clayton

Saturdays at Noon

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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Bill Dance, America's Favorite Fisherman, drops by for a visit this week.  

Larry Weishuhn, well known outdoors writer, wildlife biologists and TV show host drops by to talk hunting this week.

Bill Dance, America's Favorite Fisherman, joins Luke this week to talk fishing.

Veteran hunting and fishing guide Randy Oldfield joins Luke to talk late season trophy buck hunting and bass fishing.

Luke visits with Mike Eastman this week and discusses Mike's career living, guiding, filming and hunting in the wilderness.  A very interesting show you do not want to miss. 

Luke talks river fishing with river guide Shane Davies     

Luke talks about curing and smoking wild pork in this week's episode.


Pulled venison barbecue is just one of many recipes that Luke shares on this week's episode.

Bob Burroughs, author of WHERE THE GULLS ARE, talks fishing with Luke on today's show.

This week, Billy Burnett with Hidden Lakes Hunting Resort near Yantis drops by to talk quail hunting.  


Jon Sattler with Auspit drops by to talk campfire cooking with Luke this week.

Bill Dance, America's favorite fisherman,drops by to talk fishing with Luke this week.

Luke talks fishing and duck hunting with his guests this week.

This week, Luke talks deer hunting with Larry Weishuhn and fishing with Cypress River guide Mary Rose.

Join Luke and his guest catfish guide Gary Motes to learn how to catch trophy blue catfish at Lake Tawakoni.