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Luke Clayton with wild hog he took with his .45 caliber Airforce Airguns Texan shooting a 350 grain Hunters Supply bullet.
Luke Clayton

Join Luke this week as he hits the trail on a hog hunt with Jeff Rice and other members of the Rice family.

A sign points toward the Lake Tawakoni town of Hawk Cove, TX.
Brittany Gryder

Highlights from the next episode of Buried, in which Glenn, Patricia and Brian explore rumors that Carey Mae Parker attended a party in an area of Lake Tawakoni called Hawk Cove shortly before she disappeared. 

Brandon Wilner of ufishtexas.com
Luke Clayton

Brandon Willner with U FISH TEXAS (www.ufishtx.com) is Luke's guest this week. Brandon's company offers pond management and pond reclamation as well as fish stocking. On weekends, WIllner's private ponds near Caddo Mills provide some excellent fishing for channel catfish and he welcomes customers between 8 am and 8 pm both Saturdays and Sunday's. For more information, call 903-883-3976.

Quinlan's City Hall on Main Street.
Brittany Gryder

Introducing Buried Lede: a conversation between host George Hale and producer Jerrod Knight about how the Buried project is coming together; its successes and hurdles, and where the podcast is headed next.

Big stripers are biting at Lake Texoma. This bruiser was landed last week.
Striper Express

This week, Luke travels up north to Lake Texoma to visit with his longtime friend Bill Carey with Striper Express (www.striperexpress.com).  Bill and his team of guides have been fishing this awesome striper fishery for over 30 years.

Luke's night hunting gear
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke discusses the advancements in night hunting gear. A lifelong hunter, Luke talks about the days when he and buddies hooked DC light bulbs to car batteries wired in series and waited for hogs to show up. Night hunting has come a long way. Luke's buddy, the late Bob Hood might have been the first to use colored lenses on flashlights for hunting at night. Hood and a buddy taped red cellophane over their flashlights and learned that animals didn't spook nearly as easily as the did when a normal "white light" flashlight beam was used.

Travis Benes, manager of the Choctaw Hunting Lodge (www.choctawhuntinglodge.com) setting up to call wild turkeys.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with his friend Travis Benes, manager of The Choctaw Hunting Lodge (www.choctawhuntinglodge.com) in Southeastern Oklahoma and discusses a recent hunt Eastern wild turkey.  Luke has hunted Rio Grande turkeys for many years in Texas  but his experience with  Eastern

Luke with Chuck Roy of the Community Chronicle
Luke Clayton

Luke's guest this week is Mr. Chuck Roy, editor of the Community Chronicle, a newspaper dedicated to the folks of northeast Texas.  Don't expect the Chronicle to cover news on a global basis, there is plenty of news agencies that do just that and do it almost instantly, minutes after the news event occurs. DO expect the Chronicle to be chock full of interesting article that are relevant to those of us here in the region in which we live.

Jeff Rice packing a "Jake" turkey gobbler out of the woods at Ranger Creek Ranch www.rangercreekranch.com
Luke Clayton

Luke and his buddy Jeff Rice braved 40 mph. winds and an afternoon temperature of 98 degrees earlier this week to hunt turkeys at Ranger Creek Ranch www.rangercreekranch.com, up in Knox County. Conditions could not have been worse for turkey hunting but they still managed to shoot a Jake gobbler.

Justin Philip Brooks performing live at KETR.
Matt Meinke

With a voice reminiscent of local Texas favorite John David Kent, Justin Philip Brooks comes out of the gate on his first record with great sounds ranging from country to rock and Americana.

This week, Luke walks us through the process of making smoked wild turkey, sausage and ham gumbo. Turkey season is off to a great start with excellent numbers of turkeys well dispersed across Texas and Oklahoma.
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke walks us through the process of making smoked wild turkey, sausage and ham gumbo. Turkey season is off to a great start with excellent numbers of turkeys well dispersed across Texas and Oklahoma. 

(Left to right) Matt Meinke, BettySoo, Rebecca Loebe and Grace Pettis.
KETR

Three of Austin's finest voices have come together to form the fabulous female trio Nobody's Girl. Rebecca Loebe, BettySoo and Grace Pettis are excited to release their debut "Waterline" album later this year.

This is Luke's rig for hunting hogs at night (details in main post)
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke is solo and discusses everything from sighting in his new digital scope to catching catfish. 

Mason Lively (left) and Matt Meinke at Notably Texan Headquarters.
KETR Staff

Victoria, Texas native Mason Lively is making a big splash on his maiden voyage. His debut record has the Americana/alt-country singer flanked by big names like Lloyd Maines and Cody Braun, and a perfect mixture of country and rock sounds.

Yantis Catfish Classic will be May 5th & 6th
Luke Clayton

This week, Luke visits with Yantis Mayor Jerry Miller and discusses the upcoming Yantis Catfish Classic May 5-6 at Lake Fork. The event will headquarter at the Minnow Bucket Marina. On Saturday afternoon/evening of the tournament, there will be a parade in downtown Yantis followed by a big Texas BBQ with brisket and all the trimmings and live music at the School Cafeteria. Money raised will benefit the Yantis Volunteer Fire Department.

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