Utterly Fantastic Radio - Classic Country Music

KCAF 92.1 Kenedy - KVWG 95.3 Dilley - KMFR 1280 Pearsall - KIBL 1490 Beeville

Advertise with No Bull Radio! Call 830-583-7272 or 830-746-9085

Category: Fishing

image_pdfimage_print

DSC Lonestar Outdoors Show Apr 16 2016

Dallas Safari Club’s

Lonestar Outdoors Show

with your host Cable Smith

The Lonestar Outdoors Show airs Saturday’s from 8-9am ad Sunday’s 8-9pm on the No Bull Radio Network

Highlights from this week’s show!

 photo SteveHickoff_zpskpod3gqt.jpgWe kick things off by talking spring turkey with Field & Stream contributor and Realtree Turkey Editor – Steve Hickoff. He tells us how to break down a weary old gobbler that just won’t come into shotgun range.

 photo Hackney_zpszn2bxkkc.jpgThen 2014 Elite Series Angler of the Year and perhaps the greatest jig fisherman on the planet makes his return when Louisiana native Greg Hackney jumps on. We discuss when, where and how to fish a jig. Plus, were giving away a $300 Garmin Fish Finder during the interview!

 photo Linda MMR_zpsy8zegzkf.jpgWe then discuss a brand new rifle Mossberg Firearms released in 2016 when Mossberg’s Linda Powell jumps on with us. We discuss the new MMR Carbine rifle and also get into some spring bear hunting discussion. Don’t forget that we are giving away the MMR Carbine .223 to our April Photo Of the Month Contest winner as well!

 photo Texas Slam_zps4vlwmite.jpgWe wrap things up by hitting the friendly saltwater bays of the Texas coast with longtime guide- Captain Len Girard. Trout, Redfish, Flounder and much more! Captain Len tells us where to find them and what they are biting.

Share Button

Lonestar Outdoors Show Sat-Sun Mar18-19

DSC Lonestar Outdoors Show

With your Host Cable Smith
Tune in to the No Bull Radio Network Saturday mornings from 8-9am
and again Sunday evening from 8-9pm.
Here is a summary of this week’s Lonestar Outdoors Show.
Hun photo Lion2_zps1ovsm9il.jpgting is Conservation. There is no better proof of this fact than the recent news out of Zimbabwe that wildlife officials will be forced to cull 200 lions from one area. Dallas Safari Club Executive Director Ben Carter joins the discussion to explain how exactly a once viable lion population, sustained by hunters and hunting dollars has been basically shut down. With hunters afraid to book lion hunts stemming from the “Cecil the Lion” backlash, the real loser here is the lions themselves. Pat yourselves on the back anti hunters, you’ve accomplished your goal- take away hunting, take away wildlife. Lets hope that science and sound wildlife management win out over this emotionally charged over reaction.
 photo Josh H Bass_zpsqnmlpvxx.jpg
Big Spring, Texas native Josh Helmstetler drops in next to discuss his recent state record catch. This 5.98 lb spotted bass shattered the old mark and helped Josh win the bass club tournament he was fishing that day. Known as an aggressive fish that with alot more fight than their bigger largemouth cousins, the spotted bass is native to many Texas lakes. Josh walks us through the events of that day leading up to his record catch and the ensuing nightmare of getting it weighed on a certified scale.

 photo Mule Deer Relocation 2_zpsze0whdcn.jpgTexas Parks and Wildlife Mule Deer and Pronghorn Program Leader Shawn Gray then makes his return to the broadcast. After heading up the most recent relocation project, we get Shawn’s take on how our mule deer and pronghorn herds are doing on the West Texas landscape. We discuss the most recent relocation efforts for both species and how this efforts will be monitored and studied. (2 of 70 mule deer does being moved to the Black Gap WMA in West Texas).
 photo CareyThorn_zpsoehcykke.jpg
It’s that time of year, the dogwoods are blooming and everything is greening up, so we wrap things up by talking all things sand bass when longtime fishing guide Carey Thorn. Nobody has studied the white bass spawn like Carey and he has them patterned to a science. Carey tells us where to find them as they run up the creeks and rivers. We also pick his brain on line choice, baits for both live and artificial applications and even fly fishing for the big females who lay their eggs and then immediately return to the lake.


Tune us in to the radio stations listed below:

Kenedy Texas — KCAF 92.1 FM
Beeville Texas — KIBL 1490 AM
Dilley Texas — KVWG 95.3 FM
Pearsall Texas — KMFR 1280 AM

Share Button

Lonestar Outdoors Show Mar 12-13

 The Lonestar Outdoors Show

With your Host  Cable Smith

Airs on the No Bull Radio Network

Saturday from 8-9am and Sunday from 8-9pm

Mar 12-13, 2016

 photo Edwin Evers 319_zpsksiamucy.pngJoin us Saturday morning from 8-9am and Sunday evening from 8-9pm for this week’s Lonestar Outdoors Show. We get things started off by talking with the newly crowned Bassmaster Classic Champ-Edwin Evers. After bringing a 5 fish limit weighing 29.3 lbs to the final day weigh in, Edwin was able to claim his first championship and a $300,000 pay check in front of his hometown crowd in Tulsa, Oklahoma. His day 3 performance was one for the ages.

 photo Vets Logo_zps1xtu46rk.jpg

 photo CableDave_zps5wyuhvvk.jpg

Next we are joined by U.S. Army Ranger Dave Hillary and Matt Klentzma- founders of Veterans Xtreme Adventures. I had the pleasure of hunting with these guys on a recent hog dogging outing and was able to see first hand how they use the Great Outdoors to get to the heart of what issues a Veteran might be dealing with. VXA is an amazing non profit and one that I am proud to be a part of.

 photo turkey_bg_06_zpshj7ahmib.jpgWe round out the show by talking spring turkey with our Texas Parks and Wildlife Turkey Program Leader Jason Hardin. With the South zone opening on the 19th of March and the North Zone on April 2nd, longbeards are on every turkey hunter’s mind. Jason gives us an overview on what the rains of the past 12 months have meant for turkey production and what to expect in the woods this spring.

Tune us in to the radio stations listed below:

Kenedy Texas — KCAF 92.1 FM
Beeville Texas — KIBL 1490 AM
Dilley Texas — KVWG 95.3 FM
Pearsall Texas — KMFR 1280 AM


Share Button

Lone Star Outdoors Show Apr 4-5

The Lone Star Outdoors Show April 4-5, 2015

Lone Star Outdoors airs Saturday Mornings from 9-10am and again Sunday Evening from 8-9pm

Listen on the No Bull Radio Network to Cable Smith, your host of the LSOD and his guests. This week’s guests include: Bass angler Howard Dickey, JB and the Moonshine Band and FoxPro’s Al Morris.

In Lone Star Outdoors Show  studio with Cable Smith and JB and the Moonshine Band members.

Cable Smith and JB and the Moonshine Band members.

This week on the Lone Star Outdoors Show, host, Cable Smith talks about 82 year old bass angler Howard Dickey’s unique lure design when Howard drops in. Then JB and The Moonshine Band live in studio! Wrapping things up by talking spring coyote hunting with FoxPro’s Al Morris. It’s gonna be a good one.

Join us on the No Bull Radio Network, Saturday Morning from 9-10am and again Sunday Evening from 8-9pm.


Tune us in to the radio stations listed below to hear the Lone Star Outdoors Show or listen online at nobullradio.com:
Kenedy Texas — KCAF 92.1 FM
Beeville Texas — KIBL 1490 AM
Dilley Texas — KVWG 95.3 FM (Soon)
Pearsall Texas — KMFR 1280 AM

Share Button

Lone Star Outdoors Show Dec 5

The Lone Star Outdoors Show is heard

at 9am Saturday and 8pm Sunday

on the No Bull Radio Network

Texas Parks and Wildlife Executive Director Carter Smith makes his return to the show this weekend. If you haven’t heard, TPWD recently acquired the 17,000 acre Powderhorn Ranch- an pristine and diverse stretch of coastline and oak flats along the Texas coast near Matagorda Bay. Carter talks about when the property will open to the public and how the agency raised $50 million dollars to fund the purchase. Designated to be a future WMA (Wildlife Management Area), Carter also discusses the diverse species available to hunters and anglers. This is the most expensive piece of property ever acquired by Texas Parks and Wildlife and it’s prime location makes it a true sportsman’s paradise.

 photo Powderhorn-Ranch-617x4161_zpsff04bc2c.jpg

Next, we check in with Ozona whitetail hunter Jeff Trout who recently had a surreal experience while sitting in a ground blind south of Ozona, TX. The 1,500 acre high fence lease has some great whitetails and axis deer on it, but to Jeff’s surprise it was a male mountain lion that busted out of the brush in pursuit of a deer during Thanksgiving week! Jeff breaks down what happened next and how he ended up putting this Texas big cat on the ground! The trail camera photo shows the tom just moments after Jeff’s first bullet grazed his back hip. The second shot found vitals and put the apex predator down for good!

 photo JeffTroutLion-Copy_zpsec1ba6ad.jpg

We then change things up with twin brothers Brent and Brian Jackson drop in with a big buck tale almost too far fetched to believe! Last year, Brent killed a Rusk County, TX free ranging monster with 22 points that grossed over 185 inches! Then, this fall Brian dropped a 22 point Rusk County bruiser of his own, not 7 miles from where Brent shot his buck last fall. What are the odds of two brother knocking down 22 point free ranging bruisers in back to back seasons? I’d probably buy a couple lottery tickets fellas!

 photo BrentampBRian_zps75827ac0.jpg

We wrap up this week’s broadcast when everybody’s favorite- Captain Len Girard joins us live from Corpus Christi Bay for our Coastal Fishing Report. Flounder and redfish are on fire in addition to good numbers of trout and sheepshead with black drum starting to show up in good numbers as well. Captain Len tells us where to find ‘em and what to catch ‘em on! The results of a recent trip with Captain Len:

 photo CaptainLenRedfish_zps05360053.jpg

Share Button

Lone Star Outdoors Show Nov 22-23

The Lone Star Outdoors Show airs at 9:00am Saturday Morning and 8:00pm Sunday Evenings. Join Cable Smith as he discusses the great outdoors.

PhilBourjaily_zps96311c6fThis weeks show we talk shotgunning with Field and Stream shotgun editor Phil Bourjaily. Then predator hunting with Jeff Thomason of Predator Pursuit. Jeff recently arrowed an 800 plus pound world record mako shark with his bow! He talks about that experience and we spend a segment on calling coyotes. We wrap things up by talking winter catfishing with Greg Pavur or Pavur Outdoors. A longtime guide, Greg explains why catfish move shallow during cold weather and he tells us how to catch ’em!

 

Have a great Thanksgiving!

JeffThomasonCoyote_zps9de4b1edPumpShotgun_zps5d33ecb4GregPavurCatfish_zps28ba9a41JEffThomasonShark2_zpsa44fbde3

Share Button

Lone Star Outdoors Show Oct 17-18

Lone Star Outdoors Show plays Saturday morning at 9am and Sunday evenings at 8pm, right here on the No Bull Radio Network.

BobwhitePair_zpse9476857We get the Texas quail season forecast from out TPWD Upland Game Bird Program Leader Robert Perez.

 

Then we talk crankbaits and how to select the right crankbait. With 1000’s of choices out there it can often be a bit overwhelming but FLW Bass Magazine writer Sean Ostuska stops by to give us some tips on selecting the correct crankbait.Crankbaits_zpsdb20ed98

Then we check in with Billy Gerke of Foreverlast Hunting and Fishing Products to see how his hunting season has been and discuss what products Foreverlast offers the Texas outdoorsman or woman.

CaptainLenRedfish_zps9fbc6aa3We wrap things up by talking redfish and trout when Captain Len Girard joins us live from the TExas coast for our coastal fishing report.

Share Button

Lonestar Outdoors Show Oct 10-11

Lonestar Outdoors Show
The Number One, most listened to outdoors show on the No Bull Radio Network, airs Saturday mornings at 9am and Sunday evening at 8pm.
gameThis week we talk big game hunting with Josh Kinser of TTHA.
pamThen we are joined by Pam Anderson and we dive into the always hot button issue of our​ Red Snapper and how the feds are trying to stick it to recreational anglers regarding this fishery before wrapping things up by talking whitetail deer surveys and how they can help you manage a healthy herd.
Share Button

Saltwater Fishing Report for Week of August 27, 2014

Saltwater Fishing Report for Week of August 27, 2014, hosted by Rusty

The Saltwater Fishing Report airs on the No Bull Radio Network, most days, generally, at about 20 minutes past the hours of 3am, 5am, 9am, 5pm and 10pm.

Water Body Report
NORTH SABINE Trout are good under slicks and birds on soft plastics. Redfish are good under rafts of shad on topwaters. Redfish are good in the marsh on small topwaters.
SOUTH SABINE Trout are fair to good under birds and pods of shad. Trout are good at the jetty on live bait and topwaters. Trout are good at the rigs on live mullet.
BOLIVAR Trout are good on the outgoing tide at Rollover Pass on soft plastics and mullet. Redfish are good in the marsh with higher tides. Trout are good in the surf on topwaters.
TRINITY BAY Trout are good for drifters working pods of shad and birds on soft plastics. Trout are good on the deep shell and around the wells on live shrimp, croakers and soft plastics.
EAST GALVESTON BAY Trout are good on the south shoreline on topwaters and soft plastics. Trout are fair to good on the shell adjacent to the channel on live bait. Trout are good on live bait over deep shell.
WEST GALVESTON BAY Sheepshead, redfish and black drum are good at the jetty on shrimp and crabs. Offshore is good for kingfish, ling and dolphin. Tarpon have been cruising the beachfront.
TEXAS CITY Trout are fair to good on the reefs and in the channel on live shrimp and croakers. Redfish and sand trout are fair to good in Moses Lake and Dickinson Bayou on shrimp.
FREEPORT Trout are good at San Luis Pass on shrimp, topwaters and soft plastics. Trout, redfish, sand trout and sheepshead are good on live shrimp on the reefs in Christmas Bay.
EAST MATAGORDA BAY Trout are good for drifters on live shrimp over mid–bay reefs and shell and mud humps. Trout and redfish are good over mud on live croakers.
WEST MATAGORDA BAY Trout are fair over sand and grass humps on soft plastics and topwaters. Redfish and black drum are fair to good at Shell Island on live shrimp.
PORT O’CONNOR Trout and redfish are good at the jetty on live bait. Trout and redfish are fair to good on topwaters and live bait over sand, grass and shell in San Antonio Bay. Trout are good in the surf on croakers.
ROCKPORT Trout are fair over grass while drifting with live shrimp and Gulps. Redfish are good on piggy perch and shrimp around Mud Island and Estes Flats.
PORT ARANSAS Trout, redfish and sheepshead are fair to good at the jetty on shrimp and croakers. Offshore is good for dolphin, ling, kingfish and tuna.
CORPUS CHRISTI Trout are good in Oso Bay for waders tossing Super Spooks and MirrOlures. Trout are fair to good on the edge of the spoils on piggy perch, Gulps and live shrimp. Redfish are good in the potholes on shrimp and piggies. Trout are good in the surf.
BAFFIN BAY Trout are good on topwaters and soft plastics around deep rocks and grass. Trout are fair to good on soft plastics under a popping cork on the grass in the Land Cut.
PORT MANSFIELD Trout are good on topwaters on the edge of the channel and around sand and grass. Redfish are good on the sand on small topwaters and Gulps. Waders have found redfish on soft plastics on the flats.
SOUTH PADRE Redfish are good on the flats in South Bay on live bait and plastics. Snook are good in the Ship Channel on DOA Lures and live shrimp. Kingfish and trout are good at the jetty.
PORT ISABEL Trout are good in the deep sand holes on Gulps, DOA Shrimp and topwaters. Redfish are good on the Gas Well Flats on shrimp under a cork and small topwaters.
Share Button

Freshwater Fishing Reports for Week of August 27, 2014

Fishing Reports for Week of August 27, 2014; hosted by Reagan

The Freshwater Fishing Report is generally aired most days around 20 minutes past the hours of 4am, 6am, 8am, 4pm and 9pm.

Water Body Report
BRAUNIG Water stained. Black bass are good on watermelon spinnerbaits and soft plastic worms in reeds. Striped bass are good on liver and perch off points near the pier. Redfish are excellent on perch, shad, and silver spoons. Channel and blue catfish are very good on liver, shrimp, and cut bait.
CALAVERAS Water stained. Black bass are fair on perch colored crankbaits and Rat–L–Traps. Striped bass are fair on spoons and striper jigs. Redfish are fair on live perch and tilapia along the shoreline, and on live bait along the crappie wall. Channel catfish are slow. Blue catfish are good on liver and cut bait. Yellow catfish are slow.
CHOKE CANYON Water stained; 83–87 degrees; 26.48′ low. Black bass are very good on watermelon crankbaits and large soft plastic lizards and worms. White bass are slow. Crappie are slow. Drum are slow. Channel and blue catfish are fair on stinkbait in 5–10 feet. Yellow catfish are fair on trotlines baited with live perch.
COLETO CREEK Water stained; 87 degrees in main lake, 100 degrees at hot water discharge; 3.04′ low. Black bass to 6 pounds are good on green pumpkin soft plastics and Rat–L–Traps around vegetation in Coleto and Perdido Creeks in 8–10 feet. White bass are slow. Crappie are slow. Channel and blue catfish to 21 pounds are good on trotlines and droplines baited with live perch and goldfish in 10–14 feet. Yellow catfish are slow.
FALCON Water murky; 85–89 degrees; 32.82′ low. Black bass are good on large soft plastics and slow rolling spinnerbaits in 5–10 feet. Striped bass are slow. Crappie are slow. Channel and blue catfish are good on frozen shrimp, cut bait, and stinkbait. Yellow catfish are slow. Everyone in a boat must have a Mexico fishing license (if fishing the Mexico side) whether fishing or not.
Share Button
No Bull Radio - Rufus Resources, LLC © 2015 Frontier Theme