Luke visits with commercial flounder fisherman Trey Schmitt on the Texas coast this week. Tune in and learn what's it like to venture forth at night in search of one of the best eating fish in fresh or saltwater.
Art Brickey with the Dallas Chapter of Ducks Unlimited (http://www.dallasducks.org/) is Luke's guest this week. Art is discussing Ducks Unlimited in general and the upcoming Dallas DU banquet in particular.
Billy Carter joins Luke this week to talk about Caddo Lake and some of the hot spots on Caddo Lake. Luke also talks about the importance of supporting local public radio, and KETR, so shows like this can be possible. You can support KETR at any time by hovering over "Support" near the top of the page.
For almost 30 years, Jim Heath has been creating unique rockabilly sounds under the moniker of Reverend Horton Heat. Fromhis humble beginnings in Dallas' Deep Ellum district, to song placement in video games and thousands of live performances, "The Rev" has carved his stage name into the pillars of Texas music and beyond.
Luke is back from his annual hunt for elk and bear in Colorado. Tune in this week and learn how to catch Lake Fork's plentiful catfish and crappie and glean a tip or two that might just help you on the opener of bow season next week!
The Maze Runner is the latest movie in the Hollywood trend of an apocalyptic world where teens fight for their lives. It follows a group of teens, led by Dylan O'Brien, who find themselves trapped in a killer-maze that changes every night.
Stanley Hammond is a guitarist, songwriter, and luthier who has lived in Texas for less than a year, but was already compelled to write his first country song. Hammond stopped by KETR recently for an interview and live performance.
Luke has been on the road the past few weeks hunting Elk in the Colorado Rockies. Mixing modern technology with mother nature, Luke has recorded a few segments with fellow hunters while sitting on the porch of the cabin or relaxing around the campfire. Luke also describes the stunning beauty of the mountains from his hunting perch as we bring you several segments from the trip on this week's Outdoors.
Continuing off of the first movie, Dolphin Tale 2 is sure to entertain the whole family. With many laughs and some tearful moments, Alice Reese says that it is mostly based on true events, and is worth your trip.
Listen to what else she has to say about Dolphin Tale 2, The Drop and Frontera on this week's Movie Picks!