A Long Time Gone …

Holy mackeral! My RadioUserland license expired a month ago, and Radio switched service providers, so I couldn’t figure out how to renew it! (Where’s a 12-year-old when you need one?!)

Finally got that done tonight, so now I should be up and running again with my weblog.

Holy mackeral! My RadioUserland license expired a month ago, and Radio switched service providers, but I couldn’t figure out how to renew it! (Where’s a 12-year-old when you need one?!)

Finally got that done tonight, so now I should be up and running again with my weblog.

I’m not going to try to cover a month filled with activity, including a trip to Western NY, some ice fishing, a couple pheasant hunts, a couple deer hunts and some stuff I probably forgot already. We’ll just forge on ahead from here.

Next thing I need to do is update my calendar, but for now, here’s a heads-up. I’ll be at the Milwaukee Boat Show Jan. 20, 22, 27 and 29 for sure, with seminars each of those days (Fridays and Sundays). “Great Fishing Spots Near Milwaukee” for the first three days, then a kids fishing clinic with Joel “Doc” Kunz on the last Sunday. I’ll probably be there on other days, too, at the Outdoor Wisconsin booth, where you can buy a ticket on a 16-foot Crestliner/30 hp 4-stroke Mercury/Shorelander/Motor Guide package to help support Outdoor Wisconsin. (The boat package was put together by our friends at Cedar Lake Sales in West Bend. Stop at their display and check out all the Crestliners for 2006.) At the Outdoor Wisconsin booth, you can also see the unique Fillet King fillet board in action, as we fillet perch and or bluegills to show you how easy it can be with the proper equipment.

And, hey, if you want to see the Fillet King in action BEFORE the boat show, check out Outdoor Wisconsin this week, where you’ll see Fillet King inventor Wayne Johnson fillet a crappie during an ice fishing segment I taped last winter with Wayne and guide Eric Haataja.

On Saturday, Jan. 21, I’ll be at the 10th Annual Sportsmen’s Clinics and Dinner at Kiel High School, where I’ll present three seminars on spring turkey hunting. The event and dinner are free, but a donation is suggested. Preregistration is required. For more information, call 920-467-4999.

That’s enough news for now. I’ll add more in a couple days.

It’s good to be back!

Later…

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