Outdoor News Inc, is well known as a sporting enthusiast’s mainstay for outdoor related publications delivered across seven Great Lake states, but the weekly Outdoor News Radio show is likely the best kept secret in the greater Minnesota region. The May 13 broadcast will change that, with a focus on the 2017 Minnesota Fishing Opener featuring top walleye tips from “Tackle” Terry Tuma and fishing updates from Minnesota Outdoor News Editor Tim Spielman.
Outdoor News Radio is carried by stations across the greater Minnesota region that broadcast the weekly hour-long program, which has been bringing relevant outdoor-related news to the region for six years. The show is hosted by Outdoor News President, Rob Drieslein who brings over two decades of experience to the airwaves. Tim Lesmeister has been a longstanding guest on the Outdoor News radio show, focusing on valuable conservation and natural resource issues, archery, fishing, and news about regional shooting sports, and he also provides daily tips through the component called From the Pages of Outdoor News which also airs on the partner stations.
Outdoor News Radio covers multiple aspects of the current news that impacts sporting enthusiasts in Minnesota. Another guest on the May 13 show will be Dave Nomsen from Pheasants Forever, who will share an update on the federal Conservation Reserve Program and an outlook for the 2018 Farm Bill.
As a recent inductee into the Minnesota Fishing Hall of Fame, “Tackle” Terry Tuma has his finger on the pulse of what anglers want to know when it comes to Minnesota’s waterways, and his tactics for walleye are ones that anglers will want to tune into on when they are in the boat during Saturday’s opener. Outdoor News Radio is carried by Learfield Communications Network stations. Podcasts to Outdoor News Radio can be found on the Minnesota home page HERE.