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What's In Outdoors

 

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Every Friday morning at 8:15, Phil Taunton will join the KVOE Morning show and let listeners know What’s In Outdoors.

 Below you can listen to past shows and find information relating to all kinds of stuff.  ENJOY!

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What's In Outdoors Calendar

All Year Kansas Crappie Club Tournaments - More Info
Jan 26 Ducks Unlimited Happy Hour at Bruff's - more info
Jan 26
Kansas Crappie Club "Meet, Greet and Eat" organizational meeting and jig tying demonstrations at Bass Pro in Olathe. 
6:00 PM. Contact Phil 620-794-5373 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. 
Jan 27-29  Monsterbucks...What's in Outdoors "Outside for a Better Inside" Booth.  Kansas Expocentre, Topeka   Iowa Showcase Productions - Flyer
Feb 3-5   
Topeka Boat and Outdoor Show   Mobile Aquarium,  KDWPT Fish Ks presentations and What's in Outdoors seminars - 

              Kansas Expocentre, Topeka    RJ Productions - Flyer

Feb 6-8 National fisheries conference in Olathe, KDWPT Fish Ks and Fishing's Future,
Feb 8 Buffalo Luncheon at the Capitol, Jim Zaleski
Feb 25 

Fish Ks instructor certification workshop and FF State  Chapter meeting KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY - Flyer

Mar 10

Burlington Middle School WIO/OFBI-FF Critter Camp Plus - Contact Phil 620-794-5373 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

Mar 24-26 Midwest Hunt Fest--Century II       Wichita 
Apr 1-2 

NSTRA Northwest Missouri BDC & Cokely's,  Dehia, Kan.

Apr 7-8

Kansas Wildlife Federation State Conference, banquet and CAP  awards - Acorn's Lodge, MilfordLake  David Zumbaugh, Elby Adamson

Apr 8-9

NSTRA Salt Plains BDC  Sterling, Kan 

Apr 22 NSTRA Mo-Kan Regional Elimination-----Youth Fishing Derby, Clinton
Apr 29

Council Grove Arts Council....Richey Cove - Contact Phil 620-794-5373 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

May 6  Youth Aquatic Education Day - Family/youth/outdoor mentor outdoor appreciation and aquatic education - Santa Fe Trail Park, Council Grove Reservoir. - Flyer
May 6

Kansas Crappie Club...Spring Camp and youth fishing tournament

May 7-9

Outdoor Writers of Kansas Conference, Council Grove --Brent Frazee

May 24 Keep it a Safe Summer, KISS event, Lyon County Fairgrounds 
June  Kansas Wildlife Federation  OAC Camp....Tommie and Teresa Berger, Dave Zumbaugh, Rock Springs Ranch
June Justin Corbett Memorial Outdoor event, Ravenwood.
June Cub Scouts Summer Camp  Camp Double EE, Emporia
June 3

Dirty Kanza 200  Emporia,   Lelan Dains

June 3

Justin Corbett Memorial outreach,Ravenwood,  Contact Phil 620-794-5373 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information

June 10 Symphony on the Flinthills, Deer Horn Ranch in Geary County.
June 24

OK Kids Day, Rose Hill Kansas...Master Angler, Terry Sullivan.  Contact Phil 620-794-5373 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information

July 7-9 WILD Kansas.....Steve Woolf   Supt. of Schools  USD 101 Erie, Kan.   State Conference-- Rock Springs Ranch  Contact Phil 620-794-5373 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information
Aug 12 

OK Kids Day, ClintonLake, Sherri Henderson Withers.  Contact Phil 620-794-5373 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information

Sept 30, 2017

WoodFest 2017 - http://woodfestks.com/

 Others

SOS Ad Astra in Topeka, KISS, Emporia. Lyon County Fair.

Bluestem F&R Event and the State Fair in Hutchinson, KCC tournaments  

Youth Aquatic Education Day, Western Kansas  To Be Determined

Events really too numerous to mention, including pointing and retrieving dog field trials,  hunter education classes and advanced outdoor education, memorial events, fishing tournaments and being asked to participate in schools, more every day!

Week of 01-13-17

David "Huffy" Huffman, guide,outdoor mentor from Pennsylvania will join us on the show for a recap of the Dave Hollond Memorial Youth Deer Hunt. 

 

2017 Youth and Family Outdoor Adventures will be highlighted and we will have a drawing for two tickets to Monsterbucks January 27-29 and two tickets to the Topeka Boat and Outdoor Show, February 3-5!  

 

9 year old student gets shamed by teacher in an Ohio school for being a deer hunter

Week of 01-06-17

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1) Melissa Bachman will join us on the show to discuss Women in the Outdoors, her television show and her upcoming appearance at Monsterbucks at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka, Jan. 27-29.
Check out the following links to find out more about Melissa!
www.MelissaBachman.com 

www.MemoryChase.com 


2) Tim Donges, QDMA Bluestem Branch, El Dorado, KS www.qdma.com will also join us to discuss Footrot Disease in Deer.

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Kansas Deer Facing Potential Outbreak of Footrot Disease
 
Footrot is a contagious hoof infection commonly found in sheep, goats, and cattle but also rarely in whitetails. The foot swells and can actually rot away.

3) Recap of the Wild Ks Winter Conference at the Kansas Wetland Education Center, Cheyenne Bottoms, exploring Wilson Lake and surrounding area.

4) WILD Youth Leadership Conference 2016

5) A Sight to Behold!

 

Week of 12-30-16

  • Big Wings Brings Them In!

George Weber Jr. of Big Wings and Weber's Wonders will join us at the Kansas Education Wetland Center, Cheyenne Bottoms near Great Bend to discuss late season waterfowl hunting at 

"The Bottoms!"

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  • WILD KS winter conference at KEWC.

Week of 12-23-16

  • Rick Hammond and his KS Pronghorn. Winner of Jay's Carry Out "Burgers and Fries"  wildlife photo contest. 
    Bow hunting success is less than 10%, according to Lloyd Fox.

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Week of 12-16-16

  • Dos and don't concerning getting your child a sporting firearm, even a BB gun for Christmas.

My Christmas Wish……….Responsible Firearm Ownership.

Christmas is just around the corner.   If you are thinking about buying a youngster a firearm for Christmas, even a BB gun or an air rifle; please take a couple of things into consideration. Are firearms safe in your home and can your child be trusted with such a responsibility? 

There are many positive things a child can learn from firearms safety education and especially the shooting sports.  These include safe habits when handling a firearm and instilling responsibility that can last a lifetime.

Proper handling of a firearm and learning to be a safe shooter teaches responsibility and respect.  Self-discipline and control must also be mastered in order to hit the target.  Learning to hold a firearm steady and to shoot a gun accurately teaches concentration and helps develop hand-eye coordination. Knowing the shooter alone is ultimately responsible for his or her performance teaches self-reliance and builds self-esteem.

Parents should realize a child’s age isn’t the most important factor when deciding whether there should be a firearm in the house or if the child should be allowed to be around firearms.  Mindful, responsible parents know their child better than anyone else.  Can the child follow directions and handle responsibility? Is the youngster mature enough to make decisions that will ensure his or her own safety and the safety of others?  And last but not least, do the parents themselves have the knowledge and experience to give proper instruction in the basics of firearm safety?  Supervision and instruction on basic firearm safety rules should also have been a part of the child’s Christmas gift.  Hands-on instruction and training, repeated over and over, along with a thorough understanding of the safety rules will teach the child that nothing can be taken for granted concerning gun safety. 

If a new gun is on your child’s Christmas list and you are still apprehensive about giving such a gift, you might want to have your child sign a FIREARMS RESPONSIBILITY CONTRACT.  In this written contract the child promises to learn and obey all the rules of safe firearms handling.

Get a copy of the Ten Commandments of Firearm Safety, review them and discuss their meaning.  Make it a point to attend a Hunter Safety Education class if you haven’t already done so, even if you don’t plan on becoming a hunter.

A promise from the child should be made to never play with firearms because they are not toys, and that includes BB guns.

Where children are concerned, firearms should be used only with the permission of a responsible adult and under their strict supervision. Treat every gun as if it were loaded and never aim it at something you do not intend to shoot.  It should be clearly understood there will be an automatic forfeiture of shooting privileges for whatever length of time agreed upon, if the Firearms Responsibility Contract isn’t adhered to.

An Automobile Responsibility Contract may come into play in years to come when a decision is made to turn the young driver loose with the family vehicle for the first time.  Knowing the youngster’s ability to follow directions, handle responsibility and be trusted will make such a decision that much easier.

If you do own a gun already, always remember to unload the firearm carefully and completely before taking it into the house.  Never load a sporting firearm in the home.  Always make sure that firearms are securely stored in a location inaccessible to children.  You might even treat yourself to a new gun safe for Christmas!

Ammunition should be stored in a separate location, locked up and inaccessible to children.  Place firearms in their proper storage location immediately after returning from a hunting trip or a day at the range.  When you remove your gun from storage, always recheck it to confirm that it is still unloaded.  It is a gun owner’s responsibility to make sure his firearms are not casually accessible to anyone---especially curious young people who might be looking for Christmas presents.

For more information on firearm safety education, programs and events, contact the National Shooting Sports Foundation, Inc.  Tel 203-426-2359   www.nssf.org

Or call Eddie Eagle 1-800-231-0752 for their latest program information. 

You might also give the Lyon County 4-H Extension Office a call, 620-341-3220 and ask about their shooting sports program. 

 

  • Photo Contest

Isaac Cushenbery is this week's Jay's Carry Out Photo "Burger,  Drink and Fries" winner for his 11 point buck.  Isaac is shown with outdoor mentor and guide John Hilbish.  

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  • Out and About!

Crappie are still biting despite the weather and bless the Thunder Chicken, Lil Mern has found something she likes more than Cheetos!

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Week of 12-09-16

  • Reading, Writing and "Oh, Deer" A Hunting We Will Go!

Erin Kyser, 4th grade reading/language arts and social studies teacher at Erie Elementary Grade School, Erie, Kansas and student , Eli Montee will join Phil on the show to talk about Erin's first deer harvest and a mutual love of the Outdoors with family and friends. 

 

  • Chris Grant and daughters of Council Grove are the winners of our second Jay's Carry Out  "Outdoor Photo"  award. 

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Good times fishing at Council Grove City Lake

Listen to past shows

Recipes

  • Monster Sweet Potato Recipe! Courtesy of Lanne Shayes
  • Fish Salad Recipe….. Use as a dip with our favorite cracker or make a sandwich
  • http://www.crappie.com Recipes and stories.
  • Recipe courtesy of Dustin Teasley, KDWPT

Cold Pack Pickled Fish

1 quart fish (rib meat from carp, white bass or drum fillets)….makes around 3 pints.

2 medium yellow onions

3 C Kosher Salt

1 C Port Wine (White but red will work)

1 C Sugar

2 C or more of White Vinegar

2 C Water

2 Tbsp Pickling Spice

Cut meat into pieces no thicker than 1/2”. In a bowl place a layer of salt, then place a layer of fish, then cover that layer with salt. So on and so forth until you have used all the fish and then cover it with salt. Set in fridge 24 hours. Next rinse all salt off fish and place in container covering fish with white vinegar. Set in fridge 24 hours. In a sauce pan, mix 1 C port wine, 1 C sugar, 2 C vinegar, 2 C water, and 2 Tbsp pickling spice and bring to a boil and remove from heat. Clean onions and slice. Once the solution you boiled has cooled, strain out spices. In pint jars create layers of onion and fish until you reach the neck of the jar. Pour cooled solution in jar until all meat and onion is covered. Place ring and lid on jar and set in fridge 24 hours before eating.

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