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Inside Outdoors – February 10, 2018

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Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan are the hosts. Bill and Rich give the Lake Monroe report. Not much happening, no ice fishing. Don calls in from Florida, crop problems in Florida concerning the recent winter weather. Bill talks about sunflower seed pie, which he heard about recently. Spring hunting seasons, turkey season rules. Upcoming hunting seasons. Deer cul results at Lake Griffy. Issues with the stormwater runoff laws from the Indiana Wildlife Federation. State Representative Jeff Ellington’s proposal about timber logging. Do the state parks belong to the people? West Virginia’s proposal by Gov. Jim Justice about logging their state parks and forests. Finding Burmese pythons in Florida. Free showing of ‘Saving Yellowwood’ at the Brown County Playhouse on February 24.

CREDITS
Our Anchors are ‘Buddy Bill’ Moser, Don Jordan, and Rich Reardin.
Inside Outdoors’ Producer is Rich Reardin.
Morrison’s Appliances and Service underwrites the program.
Executive Producer is Wes Martin.

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