Wow….some things don’t change in Montana, but some things REALLY change, thanks to YOU awesome people who support the Montana Outdoor Radio Show!
The Captain highlighted his year with short summaries. Here’s how his spring went:
During the month of March, I kept busy with some great alpine skiing, yet another Great Rockies Sport Show – this time in Kalispell – and Johnson and I went back to Idaho for some more steelhead fishing to the Clearwater River.
Summer was good for the Captain in 2011, too:
In July and August, I was busy fishing across the state, from Fort Peck to Flathead Lake. We had great days fishing for walleye, northern pike and lake trout.
The Captain reflected on 2011 in this week’s BEST OF Captain’s Columns from December of 2011. That September was the first time the Captain shot an elk with his bow!
Then in September, I shot my first elk with a bow thanks to Kelly Burke of Glasgow. That trip was one of the best hunting trips I’ve ever been on.
In November, milestones were hit for the show and the Facebook page!
November saw milestones hit for the Montana Outdoor Radio Show and our Facebook page. We are now heard on 21 radio stations every Saturday morning and proud to share our information on Facebook with 3,280 fans.
With now well over 13,000 likes on our Facebook page alone, and a bigger following on MontanaOutdoor.com and an ever-increasing fan base for the actual Montana Outdoor Radio Show, Catchin’ the Big Ones and Hunters’ Breakfast, we are so grateful for the support you all bring to the show and our internet presence. We hope to see you at the upcoming Great Rockies Sports Shows where you can chat with the Captain and crew face-to-face and get your own 2018 Guaranteed Lures!!
Merry Christmas, all!
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