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  • 08 Mar 2016
    “THE REVOLUTION WITH JIM & TRAV” EXPANDS PARTNERSHIP WITH OUTDOOR SPORTSMAN GROUP – NETWORKS Nationally Syndicated Radio Show to Now Serve as Official Radio Program of Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network   Denver – March 8, 2016 – Outdoor Sportsman Group – Networks, including Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network, today announced the expansion of its multi-platform partnership with The Revolution with Jim & Trav (The Revolution). The largest nationally syndicated radio show and podcast dedicated to outdoor lifestyle enthusiasts has been serving as “The Official Radio Program of Outdoor Channel” since 2013 and will now add Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network as title sponsors.   Hosted by father and son team Jim and Travis Ferguson, The Revolution airs on 444 radio stations, including American Forces Radio Network on satellite radio. The award-winning radio show is heard by a projected audience of more than 7.2 million listeners across 34 states in the U.S. and all Canadian provinces.   The three networks – Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network – will now serve as title sponsors of The Revolution. The partnership also enables shared cross-promotional marketing opportunities.   “After three years of working together, we are pleased to expand our relationship with The Revolution to not only include Outdoor Channel, but Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network as well,” said Outdoor Sportsman Group – Networks CEO and President Jim Liberatore. “As the premier voice of the outdoor airwaves, listeners of their program will now have unmatched access to talent from our full media and entertainment brand portfolio.”   “The Revolution is the comprehensive source for all things outdoors – from hunting and fishing to survival techniques and industry news. We have built a foundation of more than 7.2 million listeners who religiously tune in to broaden their endemic knowledge and connect with our industry leading guests,” said Jim Ferguson, co-host of The Revolution. “By bolstering our relationship with Outdoor Sportsman Group – Networks, together, we are super-serving our core audiences of outdoor adventure seekers.”   Each week, The Revolution brings its one-hour talk radio show to listeners with an endless roster of special guests – from celebrities to outdoor pros – sharing expert advice and personal anecdotes from their experience in the great outdoors. Since the show’s inception, Jim and Travis have interviewed more than 1,700 celebrities, recorded more than 1,600 product reviews and 700 vehicle reviews, and shared information on hundreds of outdoor trail destinations featuring some of the finest hunting and fishing spots in North America and around the world.   About The Revolution with Jim & Trav Airing on 444 radio and cable stations in the U.S., as well as on American Forces Radio Network, The Revolution with Jim & Trav is a popular radio show and podcast geared towards outdoor enthusiasts. The award-winning program is heard by a projected audience of more than 7.2 million listeners in 34 states in the U.S., in addition to all Canadian provinces. In 2013, The Revolution became the official radio show of Outdoor Channel, and has since expanded to be the official radio show for Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network. The Revolution also creates programming for SportsmansLife.com and VoiceAmerica.com, and produces podcasts for The Hunting Wire and iTunes. For program times, stations and other information, visit www.jimandtrav.com or www.OutdoorChannel.com/Revolution. Follow The Revolution on Facebook and Twitter. #TheRevolution   About Outdoor Sportsman Group Outdoor Sportsman Group is comprised of the world’s foremost media and entertainment brands for outdoor adventure enthusiasts. It includes three leading multichannel networks: Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network. The Group also consists of a number of established integrated media assets: 15 outdoor magazines, such as Guns & Ammo, Petersen’s Bowhunting and Florida Sportsman, and 17 top websites, including BassFan.com. Additionally, Outdoor Sportsman Group includes television production operations, Winnercomm, as well as aerial camera businesses, SkyCam and CableCam.   About Outdoor Channel Outdoor Channel has been taking viewers across America and around the world on unparalleled adventures since 1993. Dedicated to the outdoor lifestyle and conservation, the independent cable network is a division of Outdoor Sportsman Group and provides a complete spectrum of riveting hunting, fishing, shooting and adventure entertainment. Outdoor Channel has the largest outdoor TV footprint in the country and is available in more than 50 countries internationally. Outdoor Channel can be viewed in HD and is accessible by broadband and mobile platforms. For program times and other information, visit www.outdoorchannel.com. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube, and download our iPhone and iPad app. #WhatGetsYouOutdoors   About Sportsman Channel Launched in 2003, Sportsman Channel/Sportsman HD is a television and digital media company fully devoted to honoring a lifestyle that is celebrated by millions of Americans. A division of Outdoor Sportsman Group, Sportsman Channel delivers entertaining and informative programming that showcases outdoor adventure, hunting and fishing, and illustrates it through unique and authentic storytelling. Sportsman Channel embraces the attitude of “Red, Wild & Blue America” – where the American Spirit and Great Outdoors are celebrated in equal measure. Stay connected to Sportsman Channel online at thesportsmanchannel.com, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.   About World Fishing Network World Fishing Network is North America’s only television network, online and mobile platform dedicated exclusively to fishing and outdoor enthusiasts with programming that covers instruction, tips, tournaments, travel, food, boating, outdoor lifestyle and more. Available to cable, satellite and telco subscribers throughout the United States, Canada and the Caribbean, our lineup includes a selection of the best international series and the most diverse species coverage of any TV channel hosted by some of the top anglers from North America and across the globe. For more information, please visit WorldFishingNetwork.com and follow us at Facebook and Twitter.
    321 Posted by Chris Avena
  • “THE REVOLUTION WITH JIM & TRAV” EXPANDS PARTNERSHIP WITH OUTDOOR SPORTSMAN GROUP – NETWORKS Nationally Syndicated Radio Show to Now Serve as Official Radio Program of Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network   Denver – March 8, 2016 – Outdoor Sportsman Group – Networks, including Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network, today announced the expansion of its multi-platform partnership with The Revolution with Jim & Trav (The Revolution). The largest nationally syndicated radio show and podcast dedicated to outdoor lifestyle enthusiasts has been serving as “The Official Radio Program of Outdoor Channel” since 2013 and will now add Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network as title sponsors.   Hosted by father and son team Jim and Travis Ferguson, The Revolution airs on 444 radio stations, including American Forces Radio Network on satellite radio. The award-winning radio show is heard by a projected audience of more than 7.2 million listeners across 34 states in the U.S. and all Canadian provinces.   The three networks – Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network – will now serve as title sponsors of The Revolution. The partnership also enables shared cross-promotional marketing opportunities.   “After three years of working together, we are pleased to expand our relationship with The Revolution to not only include Outdoor Channel, but Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network as well,” said Outdoor Sportsman Group – Networks CEO and President Jim Liberatore. “As the premier voice of the outdoor airwaves, listeners of their program will now have unmatched access to talent from our full media and entertainment brand portfolio.”   “The Revolution is the comprehensive source for all things outdoors – from hunting and fishing to survival techniques and industry news. We have built a foundation of more than 7.2 million listeners who religiously tune in to broaden their endemic knowledge and connect with our industry leading guests,” said Jim Ferguson, co-host of The Revolution. “By bolstering our relationship with Outdoor Sportsman Group – Networks, together, we are super-serving our core audiences of outdoor adventure seekers.”   Each week, The Revolution brings its one-hour talk radio show to listeners with an endless roster of special guests – from celebrities to outdoor pros – sharing expert advice and personal anecdotes from their experience in the great outdoors. Since the show’s inception, Jim and Travis have interviewed more than 1,700 celebrities, recorded more than 1,600 product reviews and 700 vehicle reviews, and shared information on hundreds of outdoor trail destinations featuring some of the finest hunting and fishing spots in North America and around the world.   About The Revolution with Jim & Trav Airing on 444 radio and cable stations in the U.S., as well as on American Forces Radio Network, The Revolution with Jim & Trav is a popular radio show and podcast geared towards outdoor enthusiasts. The award-winning program is heard by a projected audience of more than 7.2 million listeners in 34 states in the U.S., in addition to all Canadian provinces. In 2013, The Revolution became the official radio show of Outdoor Channel, and has since expanded to be the official radio show for Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network. The Revolution also creates programming for SportsmansLife.com and VoiceAmerica.com, and produces podcasts for The Hunting Wire and iTunes. For program times, stations and other information, visit www.jimandtrav.com or www.OutdoorChannel.com/Revolution. Follow The Revolution on Facebook and Twitter. #TheRevolution   About Outdoor Sportsman Group Outdoor Sportsman Group is comprised of the world’s foremost media and entertainment brands for outdoor adventure enthusiasts. It includes three leading multichannel networks: Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network. The Group also consists of a number of established integrated media assets: 15 outdoor magazines, such as Guns & Ammo, Petersen’s Bowhunting and Florida Sportsman, and 17 top websites, including BassFan.com. Additionally, Outdoor Sportsman Group includes television production operations, Winnercomm, as well as aerial camera businesses, SkyCam and CableCam.   About Outdoor Channel Outdoor Channel has been taking viewers across America and around the world on unparalleled adventures since 1993. Dedicated to the outdoor lifestyle and conservation, the independent cable network is a division of Outdoor Sportsman Group and provides a complete spectrum of riveting hunting, fishing, shooting and adventure entertainment. Outdoor Channel has the largest outdoor TV footprint in the country and is available in more than 50 countries internationally. Outdoor Channel can be viewed in HD and is accessible by broadband and mobile platforms. For program times and other information, visit www.outdoorchannel.com. Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube, and download our iPhone and iPad app. #WhatGetsYouOutdoors   About Sportsman Channel Launched in 2003, Sportsman Channel/Sportsman HD is a television and digital media company fully devoted to honoring a lifestyle that is celebrated by millions of Americans. A division of Outdoor Sportsman Group, Sportsman Channel delivers entertaining and informative programming that showcases outdoor adventure, hunting and fishing, and illustrates it through unique and authentic storytelling. Sportsman Channel embraces the attitude of “Red, Wild & Blue America” – where the American Spirit and Great Outdoors are celebrated in equal measure. Stay connected to Sportsman Channel online at thesportsmanchannel.com, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.   About World Fishing Network World Fishing Network is North America’s only television network, online and mobile platform dedicated exclusively to fishing and outdoor enthusiasts with programming that covers instruction, tips, tournaments, travel, food, boating, outdoor lifestyle and more. Available to cable, satellite and telco subscribers throughout the United States, Canada and the Caribbean, our lineup includes a selection of the best international series and the most diverse species coverage of any TV channel hosted by some of the top anglers from North America and across the globe. For more information, please visit WorldFishingNetwork.com and follow us at Facebook and Twitter.
    Mar 08, 2016 321
  • 09 Feb 2015
    Well, I know some of you all are still under snow.....LOTS of it, but I wanted to see what you all do during the summer months, camping, family vacations, fishing planting ect.... Here in south Ga the summers can be hot and dry, but we get out by the pools, head to FL to do some fishing, but mostly we hang out and enjoy the long days and good friends.  What do you do in your neck of the woods to stay busy over the summer when the kiddos are out of school and the long winter days are passed?  
    24601 Posted by Scott Stover
  • Well, I know some of you all are still under snow.....LOTS of it, but I wanted to see what you all do during the summer months, camping, family vacations, fishing planting ect.... Here in south Ga the summers can be hot and dry, but we get out by the pools, head to FL to do some fishing, but mostly we hang out and enjoy the long days and good friends.  What do you do in your neck of the woods to stay busy over the summer when the kiddos are out of school and the long winter days are passed?  
    Feb 09, 2015 24601
  • 21 May 2014
    North Dakota Outdoors North Dakota Game and Fish Department Doug Leier   You’ve made your list and are checking it twice, anticipation for fishing is growing faster than your lawn this spring. Current license – got it. Life jackets – check. Next stop, open-water fishing 2014. The only thing holding you back from a day on the water is Mother Nature, but that’s spring in North Dakota.   The past 20-plus year wet cycle has produced marvelous fishing in North Dakota. From Devils Lake to Lake Sakakawea and in hundreds of spots between, great opportunities exist for fishing in rivers, streams and local impoundments. Safe to say it’s been a heyday for anglers.   It’s interesting to observe human nature any time a few weeks or even a month of dry weather pops up, and we immediately wonder if the next dry cycle is upon us and threatening many of our lakes? The truth of the matter is, we really won’t know that until it happens, and in most case there’s not much we can do about it.   One threat that anglers can do something about, and need to address, is aquatic nuisance species, which will likely present a continuing threat from here on out.   North Dakota already has some of these invasive species. The common carp, introduced in this country before people knew how much they could damage local fish populations, is probably the most familiar.   Carp have disrupted North Dakota fisheries for decades, but not every water has them, and the state’s laws are designed to greatly minimize the potential that we humans will spread them to those clean waters.   Carp aren’t the only threat, though. Over the years as fishing opportunities have expanded, so have the battles against new invaders across the nation and our state. A decade ago I was writing about salt cedar or tamarisk along the Missouri River System. Now it’s zebra mussels from the east and silver carp in the James River.   In a way, the ANS threat is like a summer storm on the horizon while you're enjoying time in or on the water. We know the storm is on the way, but it’s hard to say where the impact will be worst, and if it misses altogether, when will the next threat arise.   History has shown us the threat of aquatic nuisance species is worthy of concern. Thirty years ago, when zebra mussels were first discovered, did anyone understand how devastating the infestations would be in the Great Lakes region?   And in the past 10 years, these mussels have moved to other waters. Resources needed to slow or stop just zebra mussel expansion could have been better used elsewhere, but without a multi-state conscious effort to slow the spread of all ANS, they would be hurting many more waters than is currently the case.   That’s why rules and regulations are on the books.   Now that open-water fishing is upon us, it’s a good time to take a more thorough look at ANS so we can minimize or prevent their future appearance in North Dakota waters.   North Dakota ANS Regulations All aquatic vegetation must be removed from boats, personal watercraft, trailers, and fishing and hunting equipment such as fishing poles, bait buckets, lures, duck decoys, and waders before leaving a body of water. That means "vegetation free" when transporting watercraft and/or equipment away from a boat ramp, landing area or shoreline. All water must be drained from boats and other watercraft, including bilges, livewells, baitwells and motors before leaving a water body. Live aquatic bait or aquatic vegetation may not be transported into North Dakota. All water must be drained from watercraft prior to entering the state.
    1615 Posted by Neil Hoefs
  • North Dakota Outdoors North Dakota Game and Fish Department Doug Leier   You’ve made your list and are checking it twice, anticipation for fishing is growing faster than your lawn this spring. Current license – got it. Life jackets – check. Next stop, open-water fishing 2014. The only thing holding you back from a day on the water is Mother Nature, but that’s spring in North Dakota.   The past 20-plus year wet cycle has produced marvelous fishing in North Dakota. From Devils Lake to Lake Sakakawea and in hundreds of spots between, great opportunities exist for fishing in rivers, streams and local impoundments. Safe to say it’s been a heyday for anglers.   It’s interesting to observe human nature any time a few weeks or even a month of dry weather pops up, and we immediately wonder if the next dry cycle is upon us and threatening many of our lakes? The truth of the matter is, we really won’t know that until it happens, and in most case there’s not much we can do about it.   One threat that anglers can do something about, and need to address, is aquatic nuisance species, which will likely present a continuing threat from here on out.   North Dakota already has some of these invasive species. The common carp, introduced in this country before people knew how much they could damage local fish populations, is probably the most familiar.   Carp have disrupted North Dakota fisheries for decades, but not every water has them, and the state’s laws are designed to greatly minimize the potential that we humans will spread them to those clean waters.   Carp aren’t the only threat, though. Over the years as fishing opportunities have expanded, so have the battles against new invaders across the nation and our state. A decade ago I was writing about salt cedar or tamarisk along the Missouri River System. Now it’s zebra mussels from the east and silver carp in the James River.   In a way, the ANS threat is like a summer storm on the horizon while you're enjoying time in or on the water. We know the storm is on the way, but it’s hard to say where the impact will be worst, and if it misses altogether, when will the next threat arise.   History has shown us the threat of aquatic nuisance species is worthy of concern. Thirty years ago, when zebra mussels were first discovered, did anyone understand how devastating the infestations would be in the Great Lakes region?   And in the past 10 years, these mussels have moved to other waters. Resources needed to slow or stop just zebra mussel expansion could have been better used elsewhere, but without a multi-state conscious effort to slow the spread of all ANS, they would be hurting many more waters than is currently the case.   That’s why rules and regulations are on the books.   Now that open-water fishing is upon us, it’s a good time to take a more thorough look at ANS so we can minimize or prevent their future appearance in North Dakota waters.   North Dakota ANS Regulations All aquatic vegetation must be removed from boats, personal watercraft, trailers, and fishing and hunting equipment such as fishing poles, bait buckets, lures, duck decoys, and waders before leaving a body of water. That means "vegetation free" when transporting watercraft and/or equipment away from a boat ramp, landing area or shoreline. All water must be drained from boats and other watercraft, including bilges, livewells, baitwells and motors before leaving a water body. Live aquatic bait or aquatic vegetation may not be transported into North Dakota. All water must be drained from watercraft prior to entering the state.
    May 21, 2014 1615
  • 21 May 2014
    North Dakota Outdoors North Dakota Game and Fish Department Doug Leier   When you’re talking fishing, it really doesn’t matter where you’re at.   Bait shop, coffee shop, boat landing or campfire, there’s plenty of stories, from forgetting to put the plug in, to a storm brewing up from out of nowhere, to the one that got away.   A lot of times, when the people involved in the conversations  know that I work for the North Dakota Game and fish Department, those “ones that got away” stories often lead to “Why doesn’t the Game and Fish Department…?”   Over the past few years, one of those “Why doesn’t Game and Fish …?” questions that comes up fairly frequently is something like “Wouldn’t fishing be better if we had a statewide minimum length limit for walleyes?”   Rather than try to answer that question myself, I’ll refer to Scott Gangl, the Game and Fish Department’s fisheries management section leader. Gangl authored an article in North Dakota OUTDOORS magazine last year, which covered that very subject.   When a walleye population has few young fish due to poor reproduction or stocking success, but those fish are growing well, a minimum length limit could help protect young fish to grow to a size that would provide more benefit to anglers. Of course, for any fishing regulation to be effective, angler harvest must have more of an effect on the population than other natural sources of mortality.   Lake Sakakawea’s walleye population today meets two of the criteria for a minimum length limit – low natural mortality and good growth. But Sakakawea’s walleyes in 2014 do not exhibit any signs of a population in need of a minimum length limit, such as low reproductive or stocking success, or high fishing mortality. In fact, natural and fishing mortality combined has been around 30 percent on Sakakawea in recent years, which is sustainable when compared to more heavily fished populations.   In addition, the combination of natural reproduction and good overall stocking success since 2010 has produced abundant young fish that are growing well and should reach a desirable size in another year or two.   The walleye population in the Garrison Reach of the Missouri River – from Garrison Dam downstream past Bismarck to the headwaters of Lake Oahe – and in Lake Oahe itself, is currently quite a bit different than Sakakawea’s. While small fish are abundant following strong natural reproduction in 2009 and 2011, a major decline in forage abundance after the 2011 flood has decreased their growth rate. A lack of food, teamed with a robust northern pike population, has also increased natural mortality. Given the current situation, anglers are encouraged to harvest some smaller walleye to prevent fish from dying. Thus, a minimum length limit is not advisable on this population.   At Devils Lake, rising water levels have led to strong natural reproduction in recent years. Currently, there is no shortage of small fish in the population, and growth rates have decreased substantially since 2008. Since overall mortality rates are not excessive, it would be better to allow harvest of small walleye at Devils Lake rather than restrict it with a minimum length limit.   While a few lakes and reservoirs in North Dakota do have special restrictions, those are unique. In the name of balancing angler opportunity with biological support, it makes more sense on both levels to provide anglers consistency for most waters across the state, rather than restrict anglers categorically based on social pressure.   Don’t forget, water conditions and fisheries populations have, can and will change. Which is why Game and Fish biologists conduct consistent research, evaluate scientific evidence and monitor waters, so future changes are never totally out of consideration. 
    957 Posted by Neil Hoefs
  • North Dakota Outdoors North Dakota Game and Fish Department Doug Leier   When you’re talking fishing, it really doesn’t matter where you’re at.   Bait shop, coffee shop, boat landing or campfire, there’s plenty of stories, from forgetting to put the plug in, to a storm brewing up from out of nowhere, to the one that got away.   A lot of times, when the people involved in the conversations  know that I work for the North Dakota Game and fish Department, those “ones that got away” stories often lead to “Why doesn’t the Game and Fish Department…?”   Over the past few years, one of those “Why doesn’t Game and Fish …?” questions that comes up fairly frequently is something like “Wouldn’t fishing be better if we had a statewide minimum length limit for walleyes?”   Rather than try to answer that question myself, I’ll refer to Scott Gangl, the Game and Fish Department’s fisheries management section leader. Gangl authored an article in North Dakota OUTDOORS magazine last year, which covered that very subject.   When a walleye population has few young fish due to poor reproduction or stocking success, but those fish are growing well, a minimum length limit could help protect young fish to grow to a size that would provide more benefit to anglers. Of course, for any fishing regulation to be effective, angler harvest must have more of an effect on the population than other natural sources of mortality.   Lake Sakakawea’s walleye population today meets two of the criteria for a minimum length limit – low natural mortality and good growth. But Sakakawea’s walleyes in 2014 do not exhibit any signs of a population in need of a minimum length limit, such as low reproductive or stocking success, or high fishing mortality. In fact, natural and fishing mortality combined has been around 30 percent on Sakakawea in recent years, which is sustainable when compared to more heavily fished populations.   In addition, the combination of natural reproduction and good overall stocking success since 2010 has produced abundant young fish that are growing well and should reach a desirable size in another year or two.   The walleye population in the Garrison Reach of the Missouri River – from Garrison Dam downstream past Bismarck to the headwaters of Lake Oahe – and in Lake Oahe itself, is currently quite a bit different than Sakakawea’s. While small fish are abundant following strong natural reproduction in 2009 and 2011, a major decline in forage abundance after the 2011 flood has decreased their growth rate. A lack of food, teamed with a robust northern pike population, has also increased natural mortality. Given the current situation, anglers are encouraged to harvest some smaller walleye to prevent fish from dying. Thus, a minimum length limit is not advisable on this population.   At Devils Lake, rising water levels have led to strong natural reproduction in recent years. Currently, there is no shortage of small fish in the population, and growth rates have decreased substantially since 2008. Since overall mortality rates are not excessive, it would be better to allow harvest of small walleye at Devils Lake rather than restrict it with a minimum length limit.   While a few lakes and reservoirs in North Dakota do have special restrictions, those are unique. In the name of balancing angler opportunity with biological support, it makes more sense on both levels to provide anglers consistency for most waters across the state, rather than restrict anglers categorically based on social pressure.   Don’t forget, water conditions and fisheries populations have, can and will change. Which is why Game and Fish biologists conduct consistent research, evaluate scientific evidence and monitor waters, so future changes are never totally out of consideration. 
    May 21, 2014 957
  • 24 Jun 2013
                                                      MIDLAND GOES WORLD WILD.....   Hunt Texas – June 13, 2013 – Judge Julie Mogenis, Host of World Wild Adventures TV and Midland Radios have “partnered up” and anticipate some incredible results from this innovative collaboration. WWAO is one of the fastest growing adventure shows on the Pursuit channel ( www.WorldWildAdventurestv.com  ) . Their new emphasis on in your face reality presentation will be complimented by any or all the products of  Midland Radio  (www.Midlandradio.com ), manufacturer of  Wearable Action Cameras, GMRS Two-Way Radios, CB Radios, Marine Radios, Bluetooth systems, and All Hazards/Weather Alert Radios have announced a partnership for the 2013 season.   World Wild Adventures TV will chronicle their adventuresfrom around the world with the XTC350VP4 HD Wearable Video Camera. This weather resistant compact camera is fully equipped with a 127 degree wide angle lens to assure that you will never miss any part of our adventures. It comes with a submersible case so we can get up close and personal with the monster Marlin that we will reel in off the coast of Costa Rica. Through the use of other included accessories, WWA will show you “a direct line of site”….”down the barrel “ view when we secure the XTC350VP4 to a Ruger 375 while taking down buffalo in Australia.  Some of the Field Producers and crew have started to video log ranch chores and other hut blind activities using the versatile mini cams as a tool to monitor and predict game traffic.     About Midland: Midland Radio Corporation is an international industry leader in wireless communications with affiliates in Italy, Bulgaria, Germany, Poland, Russia, Spain, and the United Kingdom, as well as representation in Latin America.  Midland develops high quality consumer products such as Wearable Action Cameras, GMRS Two-Way Radios, Citizen Band (CB) Radios, Marine Radios, Bluetooth intercom systems, and All Hazards/Weather Alert Radios. Known in the 70’s primarily for CB radios and household electronics, Midland has grown with the times by producing innovative new communications products and by actively promoting public emergency preparedness.   Midland has manufactured quality Two-Way Radios for over 50 years and is a market leader in several additional product categories. Midland is also a leading manufacturer of Land Mobile Radios and supplies professional grade analog and digital (P25 Technology) Portables, Mobiles and Base Stations/Repeaters for government entities such as forestry and public safety, as well as other commercial users.   About World Wild Adventures TV:   Although the “Head Shed” is in Magnolia Tx, the Judge & most of the crew claim the Hill Country of Texas as their HQ for the show and related adventure booking business. The WWA TV show is a product of some aggressive rebranding and was formerly broadcast internationally as Huntin with the Judge which successfully aired over a 6 year period, and boasted over 180 unique episodes. The pace was fast and the trophies big. WWA has carried on this show tradition and the appeal of the HWTJ series but adds even bigger and better trophies, the reality flavor of the locale, close ups of the indigenous peoples, as well as “behind the scenes” action and conservation features  relevant to that area.  Judge Julie Mogenis and the core of her staff have guided and filmed outdoor adventures for over 25 years. From Monster whitetail bucks in the arid South Texas range to some real nail biting Big 5 hunts in the Kalahari. To fishing the Pacific beaches and waters of Costa Rica --landing marlin, mahi and sails….each have been featured in show episodes. PLUS The WWA team has recently been bolstered by the addition several Hollywood types to the crew. All have a passion for the outdoors and an interest in sustainable utilization. Actor R Lee Ermey, best known as the Gunny has hunted with his buddy, the Judge for several years traveling the globe with both shows to the Southern Alps of NZ for stag and chamois to tracking down lions and Cape on his Africa quest.   So Follow Judge Julie and her adventure team armed with their Midland gear as they travel around the globe as they seek out their next World Wild Adventure. 
    2107 Posted by Chris Avena
  •                                                   MIDLAND GOES WORLD WILD.....   Hunt Texas – June 13, 2013 – Judge Julie Mogenis, Host of World Wild Adventures TV and Midland Radios have “partnered up” and anticipate some incredible results from this innovative collaboration. WWAO is one of the fastest growing adventure shows on the Pursuit channel ( www.WorldWildAdventurestv.com  ) . Their new emphasis on in your face reality presentation will be complimented by any or all the products of  Midland Radio  (www.Midlandradio.com ), manufacturer of  Wearable Action Cameras, GMRS Two-Way Radios, CB Radios, Marine Radios, Bluetooth systems, and All Hazards/Weather Alert Radios have announced a partnership for the 2013 season.   World Wild Adventures TV will chronicle their adventuresfrom around the world with the XTC350VP4 HD Wearable Video Camera. This weather resistant compact camera is fully equipped with a 127 degree wide angle lens to assure that you will never miss any part of our adventures. It comes with a submersible case so we can get up close and personal with the monster Marlin that we will reel in off the coast of Costa Rica. Through the use of other included accessories, WWA will show you “a direct line of site”….”down the barrel “ view when we secure the XTC350VP4 to a Ruger 375 while taking down buffalo in Australia.  Some of the Field Producers and crew have started to video log ranch chores and other hut blind activities using the versatile mini cams as a tool to monitor and predict game traffic.     About Midland: Midland Radio Corporation is an international industry leader in wireless communications with affiliates in Italy, Bulgaria, Germany, Poland, Russia, Spain, and the United Kingdom, as well as representation in Latin America.  Midland develops high quality consumer products such as Wearable Action Cameras, GMRS Two-Way Radios, Citizen Band (CB) Radios, Marine Radios, Bluetooth intercom systems, and All Hazards/Weather Alert Radios. Known in the 70’s primarily for CB radios and household electronics, Midland has grown with the times by producing innovative new communications products and by actively promoting public emergency preparedness.   Midland has manufactured quality Two-Way Radios for over 50 years and is a market leader in several additional product categories. Midland is also a leading manufacturer of Land Mobile Radios and supplies professional grade analog and digital (P25 Technology) Portables, Mobiles and Base Stations/Repeaters for government entities such as forestry and public safety, as well as other commercial users.   About World Wild Adventures TV:   Although the “Head Shed” is in Magnolia Tx, the Judge & most of the crew claim the Hill Country of Texas as their HQ for the show and related adventure booking business. The WWA TV show is a product of some aggressive rebranding and was formerly broadcast internationally as Huntin with the Judge which successfully aired over a 6 year period, and boasted over 180 unique episodes. The pace was fast and the trophies big. WWA has carried on this show tradition and the appeal of the HWTJ series but adds even bigger and better trophies, the reality flavor of the locale, close ups of the indigenous peoples, as well as “behind the scenes” action and conservation features  relevant to that area.  Judge Julie Mogenis and the core of her staff have guided and filmed outdoor adventures for over 25 years. From Monster whitetail bucks in the arid South Texas range to some real nail biting Big 5 hunts in the Kalahari. To fishing the Pacific beaches and waters of Costa Rica --landing marlin, mahi and sails….each have been featured in show episodes. PLUS The WWA team has recently been bolstered by the addition several Hollywood types to the crew. All have a passion for the outdoors and an interest in sustainable utilization. Actor R Lee Ermey, best known as the Gunny has hunted with his buddy, the Judge for several years traveling the globe with both shows to the Southern Alps of NZ for stag and chamois to tracking down lions and Cape on his Africa quest.   So Follow Judge Julie and her adventure team armed with their Midland gear as they travel around the globe as they seek out their next World Wild Adventure. 
    Jun 24, 2013 2107
  • 19 Jun 2013
    Doug Leier   Recently a friend asked me how I see fishing in the future.   Since my approach to fishing probably fits more in 1983 than 2013, and for sure what fishing may be like in 2033, I really struggled to envision the way fishing would look years from now. And some days the fish will bite, and some days they won’t. What I can do is look back on how I’ve seen fishing change over the course of more than three decades in North Dakota, and look for more positive improvements to come.   I don’t know that anyone could have predicted 30 years ago that fishing as a whole could be substantially better in 2013 than in 1983. But it is. - See more at: http://www.uplandgameadventures.com/?p=4496#sthash.26prDVNX.dpuf
    677 Posted by Neil Hoefs
  • Doug Leier   Recently a friend asked me how I see fishing in the future.   Since my approach to fishing probably fits more in 1983 than 2013, and for sure what fishing may be like in 2033, I really struggled to envision the way fishing would look years from now. And some days the fish will bite, and some days they won’t. What I can do is look back on how I’ve seen fishing change over the course of more than three decades in North Dakota, and look for more positive improvements to come.   I don’t know that anyone could have predicted 30 years ago that fishing as a whole could be substantially better in 2013 than in 1983. But it is. - See more at: http://www.uplandgameadventures.com/?p=4496#sthash.26prDVNX.dpuf
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  • 20 May 2013
                                              PRESS RELEASE"Here comes the Judge" and she is coming back with a vengeance! Judge Julie Mogenis has wasted no time with filling up her dance card. Since her visit with the Gunny at the NRA Convention, Julie has been getting some previously shot video into the production house so all new episodes will air soon on the Texas, Fox, and Pursuit channels. On the move, Julie will make several appearances and conduct a few "Hunting Tip" seminars at one of her favorite places, the Bass Pro Shops in Texas this summer. So come on down and meet Judge Julie. We will keep you informed of the dates and locations.In July, Judge Julie will be angling her way into ICAST" (International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades ) so everyone can hook up with Julie in Las Vegas. But as we speak, Julie has already dispatched several of the Adventure Pros on an assignment to New Zealand and has planned several other far off and exotic adventures for this season of World Wild Adventures, some of which she will announce on Wednesday, May 22nd on the radio show Spirit of the Outdoors produced by Shell Shocked Outdoors. Join Jim Newcomb and the Judge for a "power hour" of talk radio. Tune into the show this Wednesday at 10am CST on KGGF Coffeeville 690 on your am dial.The Spirit of the Outdoors could also be heard on the following radio stationsKUOA 1290 am Siloam Springs 7 am Sat KHGG 1580 AM Fort Smith Thurs 12 Noon KNBB 97.7 FM Ruston, Monroe LA 7 am Sat KBCL 1070 AM Bossier City 7 am Sat KHGG-FM 103.1 FM Waldron Thurs 12 noon KCLI 1320 am Clinton, OK 6 am Sun KYAL 97.1 FM Tulsa, Okla 10 am Sat KCXY 95.3 FM East Camden, AR 6 am Sat KFMD 1240 AM Bethal Hieghts, AR 7 am Sat KSKY 660 AM Dallas, TX 7 am SatYou can also listen live on the internet on these stations websites.
    1671 Posted by Chris Avena
  •                                           PRESS RELEASE"Here comes the Judge" and she is coming back with a vengeance! Judge Julie Mogenis has wasted no time with filling up her dance card. Since her visit with the Gunny at the NRA Convention, Julie has been getting some previously shot video into the production house so all new episodes will air soon on the Texas, Fox, and Pursuit channels. On the move, Julie will make several appearances and conduct a few "Hunting Tip" seminars at one of her favorite places, the Bass Pro Shops in Texas this summer. So come on down and meet Judge Julie. We will keep you informed of the dates and locations.In July, Judge Julie will be angling her way into ICAST" (International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades ) so everyone can hook up with Julie in Las Vegas. But as we speak, Julie has already dispatched several of the Adventure Pros on an assignment to New Zealand and has planned several other far off and exotic adventures for this season of World Wild Adventures, some of which she will announce on Wednesday, May 22nd on the radio show Spirit of the Outdoors produced by Shell Shocked Outdoors. Join Jim Newcomb and the Judge for a "power hour" of talk radio. Tune into the show this Wednesday at 10am CST on KGGF Coffeeville 690 on your am dial.The Spirit of the Outdoors could also be heard on the following radio stationsKUOA 1290 am Siloam Springs 7 am Sat KHGG 1580 AM Fort Smith Thurs 12 Noon KNBB 97.7 FM Ruston, Monroe LA 7 am Sat KBCL 1070 AM Bossier City 7 am Sat KHGG-FM 103.1 FM Waldron Thurs 12 noon KCLI 1320 am Clinton, OK 6 am Sun KYAL 97.1 FM Tulsa, Okla 10 am Sat KCXY 95.3 FM East Camden, AR 6 am Sat KFMD 1240 AM Bethal Hieghts, AR 7 am Sat KSKY 660 AM Dallas, TX 7 am SatYou can also listen live on the internet on these stations websites.
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