Program: Sportsman's Spotlight

Sportsmen's Spotlight is a new radio program that takes a look at all kinds of outdoor sports in the Pacific Northwest.



  • Elk Network

    Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has done it again, they've got a new website coming out that will be sure to intrigue any elk enthusiast.

  • record walleye

    The keys here are to find the inside current seams and pay attention to electronics.

  • Sighting In A Rifle

    I just picked up a new 17 HMR over the weekend and after putting it to the test in the range, I was pretty impressed. On day 2 I was zeroing in on some 100 plus yard shots when out of nowhere, I couldn’t hit the broad side of a barn at 50 yards. I tried making some adjustments, but it just wouldn’t group up, my shots were all over the board. A few minutes later, as I was scratching my head trying to figure out what in the world was going on, I noticed my scope was nearly dangling off the side….

  • How Du Started

    DU got its start in 1937 during the Dust Bowl when North America's drought-plagued waterfowl populations had plunged to unprecedented lows.

  • Growing Wolf Packs

    19 wolf packs and growing in Washington state

  • Sportsmen On Edge

  • Big Game Forever

    All across the West, no matter where you go, there’s one topic that seems to be fresh on everyone’s mind….this long lasting winter. Some of the old timers are saying they haven’t seen a winter like this in decades. Just last week one small county in Idaho had over 36 inches of snowfall in just 48 hrs. With all this snow, our big game herds are struggling now, more than ever

  • Vortex Fury

    For more information on this new vortex product, stop by your local Sportsman’s warehouse store and head to the optics counter.

  • Ethical Shed Hunting

    "We are asking folks that want to hunt for sheds, that they do it in an ethical and legal manner and only in areas where it is allowed,"

  • Duck Disease Outbreak

    There’s been another deadly outbreak for the ducks, this time in Northeastern Oregon. Here’s Michelle Dennehy, Oregon Wildlife Communication Coordinator to share more on this topic.

  • B's Rubs

    A small business has been a fun journey for me and my family.

  • Spring Bear Permits

    Spring bear deadline is February 10th

  • Ice Fishing Set Up

    This winter has been quite a treat for ice fishers all around the west with frigid temperatures, creating the perfect conditions to get out on the ice. I wanted to find out what guys and gals are using this year out on the lakes, so I called up sales associate Marcus with Sportsman Warehouse to get his Intel on the different pole sizes and specs.

  • Serlkirk Mountain Precision Rifles

    It’s something I think we can all agree on, a straight shooting comfortable rifle is nearly worth its weight in gold

  • Fillet Away

    No more stinky slippery fillet mats.

  • Grizzlies In The News

    proposal to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascade Ecosystem

  • Grizzlies in The news 7

    proposal to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascade Ecosystem

  • Game Conservation

    Last week I was talking with an experienced hounsdman about the importance of game conservation and management with cougars in Montana. Here’s Austin to help explain the purpose of keeping these numbers stable, just like any other wild game

  • The Right Bow

    I would show you proper technique, what to look for in your anchor points, muscle tension in your hand, how to cite in your bow, your windage on your left and right and then get our top pin as close to the dot.

  • Radio Collars

    Idaho Fish and Game gets frequent questions from people wondering why the agency conducts winter helicopter roundups of deer and elk as part of its radio-collaring efforts, while at the same time advising the public to steer clear of herds to reduce disturbance.

  • Calling Distant Ducks

    As the season winds down to an end, ducks are getting smarter and smarter making it more difficult to bring them into range

  • The Right Decoy

    A lot of people will do is put out a duck spread and then they will buy six floaters in greater Canadian and they put those out.

  • Shoot to Retrieve Assoc.

    If your bird dog has the blues

  • Bear and Trichinosis

    Prevent Trichonosis is by cooking your meat to an internal temperature of 160°F.

  • Fishing For Pike

    I was scrolling through some pictures the other day of an old buddy of mine, Ken Kohler on FB and noticed he has some particularly nice fish on his page. So I gave a long overdue call to see how things are going and to see how he’s catching these big Pike.

  • Hunter Reports

    A recent press release from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Any hunter who purchased an Oregon 2016 big game or turkey tags needs to report their hunt results by the deadline, which is Jan. 31, 2017 for most tags.

  • Quality Tents

    Finding the perfect tent can be quite the challenge if you don’t know what you’re looking for. Luckily, Sportsmen Warehouse has a highly educated staff for all your needs. Here’s Alex Garets sales associate to highlight the perks and varieties Sportsmen Warehouse carries.

  • Shooting Pointers

    Veteran Sniper to share some knowledgeable tips on perfecting your marksmanship.

  • What Does a Coyote Taste Like

    It taste like over-cooked duck.

  • Walla Walla Gun Show

    Cabin Fever’s starting to set in with all this frigid weather and deep snow, but if you want to get out of the house, we’ve got the perfect getaway.

    Again that’s this weekend, Jan 14th and 15th in Walla Walla, WA. This Walla Walla gun show is hosted by Sports Connection of Washington. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed. Remember, it’s gun and horn trade show season, so keep your ears open to find one in your region today.

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