12 episodes

A Collection of Stories that preserve and share the cultural heritage of the American Outdoor Sportsman. Through Conversations with Sportsman, their stories of experience come to life, illustrating in a personal way the connection of People, Places, Tradition and Adventure. Listen to their History and Experiences of Great Days Afield with Rod and Gun, duck hunting, fishing, big game hunting and much more… Learn what it is to be an American Sportsman by this Oral Archive of History and Personal Storytelling.

Seasons 2 Remember - Conversations with a Sportsman Bryan Muche

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A Collection of Stories that preserve and share the cultural heritage of the American Outdoor Sportsman. Through Conversations with Sportsman, their stories of experience come to life, illustrating in a personal way the connection of People, Places, Tradition and Adventure. Listen to their History and Experiences of Great Days Afield with Rod and Gun, duck hunting, fishing, big game hunting and much more… Learn what it is to be an American Sportsman by this Oral Archive of History and Personal Storytelling.

    Outdoors Radio with Dan Small - Interview with THIRSTY The Duck

    Outdoors Radio with Dan Small - Interview with THIRSTY The Duck

    Bryan Muche and THIRSTY The Duck ask listeners to urge state legislators to increase the price of the Wisconsin Waterfowl Stamp to raise more money for wetlands habitat management.

    • 13 min
    The Kekoskee Fish Story

    The Kekoskee Fish Story

    The Greatest Fish Story Ever Told.
    Emerson Hough in 1892 published the Kekoskee Fish Story in the national outdoor journal Forest and Stream. In the spirit of old time radio and in the tradition of oral story telling this outdoor sporting treasure reveals classic lore and legend which occurred near the Horicon Marsh in the state of Wisconsin.

    • 20 min
    009 - Dick Wanie: Lake Koshkonong Canvasbacks, Hunting Memories with Son Matt

    009 - Dick Wanie: Lake Koshkonong Canvasbacks, Hunting Memories with Son Matt

    On March 29, 2016 Dick Wanie (80 yrs.old) of Fort Atkinson, WI  shared his memories of growing up on the Horicon Marsh.  Dick is a duck hunter, a historian and author of "Horicon to Koshkonong".

    Dick retells the history of Lake Koshkonong and the great numbers of Canvasback that once gathered there.  Years of market hunting and the many hunt clubs that once operated on the lake.  Dick reflects on the special connection of taking your children hunting and into the outdoors, memories created with his son Matt that he will never forget.

    • 10 min
    008 - Dick Wanie: Good Hunting Partners and Marsh Hunting Memories

    008 - Dick Wanie: Good Hunting Partners and Marsh Hunting Memories

    On March 29, 2016 Dick Wanie (80 yrs.old) of Fort Atkinson, WI  shared his memories of growing up on the Horicon Marsh.  Dick is a duck hunter, a historian and author of "Horicon to Koshkonong".

    The most important part of the hunt is having a good hunting partner to share the experience. Dick shares a lifetime of hunting memories on the marsh, fondly recalling early hunts beginning when he was in the 8th grade.

    • 14 min
    007 - Dick Wanie: First Duck Hunt, "Punching the Bog", A Missed Practice to Hunt Ducks

    007 - Dick Wanie: First Duck Hunt, "Punching the Bog", A Missed Practice to Hunt Ducks

    On March 29, 2016 Dick Wanie (80 yrs.old) of Fort Atkinson, WI  shared his memories of growing up on the Horicon Marsh.  Dick is a duck hunter, a historian and author of "Horicon to Koshkonong".

    Dick shares memories of his first duck hunt, experiences jump shooting or "punching the bog" and missing the first day of basketball practice for another chance to hunt ducks on the marsh.

    • 8 min
    006 - Dick Wanie: A Common Sense Warden, Last Grouse Hunt before Train Leaves for Korea

    006 - Dick Wanie: A Common Sense Warden, Last Grouse Hunt before Train Leaves for Korea

    On March 29, 2016 Dick Wanie (80 yrs.old) of Fort Atkinson, WI  shared his memories of growing up on the Horicon Marsh.  Dick is a duck hunter, a historian and author of "Horicon to Koshkonong".

    Describes his father, Barney Wanie as a "common sense" game warden.

    Shares stories of a last sharptail grouse hunt for two soldiers before their afternoon train left taking them to the Korean War.

    • 5 min

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