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Local Shows

These are programs that are wholly produced at KETR.

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. 

Goose guide Rick Hrncir setting up a decoy spread.
http://www.familyaffairguideservice.com/

It's no longer necessary to drive for many hours to get in on some very good goose hunting. This week, Luke visits with Rick Hrncir with Family Affair Guide Service (www.familyaffairguideservice.com) and talks about hunting "close to home" geese!

DC Bloom
Valerie Fremin Photography

D.C. Bloom was once a speech writer for Fortune 500 Companies and the FBI,  but found inspiration to relocate to Texas and refocus his words into songs after a visit to The Kerrville Folk Festival.

This buck is trailing a doe and in the middle of the rut. There is not a better time to be out hunting than during the breeding season when the bucks are on the prowl.
Luke Clayton

Luke travels out to far west Texas on a deer hunt with his friends Steven Ray and Larry Weishuhn. Steven invented the Rattling Forks (www.rattlingforks.com) and he puts them to use bringing in some big bucks this past week. The show is recorded from the deer camp and while hunting. Luke "takes you with him" this week.

Robert Earl Keen
Darren Carroll/ Darren Carroll Photography

Robert Earl Keen's musical road truly does seem to go on forever, as entailed in the lyrics to one of his synonymous songs. His campy, 1994 "Merry Christmas From The Family" song grew a life of it's own, and became a seasonal tour for the Houston native.

Deer, duck, and crappie all on the topic list today
Garett Gabriel - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Whitetail_Deer.jpg / https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Whitetail_Deer.jpg

This week, Luke is talking about hunting the whitetail rut. The second split of duck season also opens this weekend and there is a bit of duck hunting talk mixed in. Also, barn door size crappie are biting well at Lake O' The Pines and guide Seth Vanover (www.lakeforkcatandcrappie.com) has been hammering them. Luke is covering lots of bases this week but with some very current, useful information.

Bill Kirchen
Cliff Goldfarb (Used by permission from Red House Records)

"Hot Rod Lincoln" was the song that put Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen on the map in the 1970's, a time which guitarist and singer/songwriter Bill Kirchen recalls fondly. Now a solo artist, Bill has lived in Austin since 2011 and just reunited with musical partner Austin De Lone on their new Transatlanticana album.

Luke Clayton with bow and turkey
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke solo's without a guest and shares a comical muzzleloading story that occurred almost two decades ago.

Guide Billy Carter (shown with a fresh yellow bass catch) joins Luke this week to talk hunting & fishing on Lake Caddo.
Luke Clayton

Join Luke and his guest Billy Carter (www.spatterdock.com)  and learn all about the excellent hunting and fishing currently underway at Lake Caddo. 

Zane Williams playing a song live during Notably Texan in the KETR Studios..
Matt Meinke

Zane Williams offers something unique with his take on country music: an authentic sound to his lyrics, an honest approach to traditional C&W sounds that's not flashy or overproduced, and a genuine throwback to his old-school influences.

A lot of fine eating upland birds taken recently at Burk's Quail Run (www.burksquailrun.com)  in Glimer, Tx.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke's guest is Kenneth Burk, owner of Burk's Quail Run (www.burksquailrun.com) near Gilmer, Texas. Luke and Kenneth talk about shooting upland birds behind well trained pointers.  

Sarah Hobbs (left) and Matt Meinke outside the KETR Studios.
Jerrod Knight

Sarah Hobbs is living her dream. From humble beginnings in Jefferson, to attending college at Texas A&M University-Commerce, she's now making a name for herself as a strong voiced, independent Texas singer and songwriter.

Susan Gibson
Todd V Wolfson

Life has taken many twists and turns for Wimberly singer/songwriter Susan Gibson. She toyed with the notion of being a park ranger for a time, before realizing the songs she'd been writing were good - so good that The Dixie Chicks picked up the Gibson penned song "Wide Open Spaces" and turned it into the title cut for their 1998 Grammy award winning record.

A deer Luke has been hunting
Luke Clayton

Deer season opens today. Luke devotes today's show to deer hunting. Tune and enjoy some "campfire talk".

Lisa Loeb
Justine Ungaro

Music fans of the 1990's will no doubt recall the huge hit for Dallas native Lisa Loeb called "Stay (I Missed You)."  More than 20 years later, that platinum selling song is still a fan favorite at her shows.

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