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Alright everyone, time to put on your thinking caps … blaze orange, of course. My radio show has a Trivia Quiz every week: one simple question, everyone wins, we all have fun (why else do it?). I need a few contestants!

You win a Cabela’s $25 gift certificate (I help with the tough questions). Subjects are anything in the way of outdoors, hunting, fishing, camping, and wildlife. We record the show on Wednesdays, and arrange a 15 minute block of time in advance for your national radio debut (200,000 listeners).

If you’re up for the challenge and a good time, just drop me a line at scottlindenoutdoors@gmail.com with your phone number and we’ll schedule a convenient time for us to call you. Thanks!

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Well, I’m finally getting that hall pass.

Instead of hunting behind other people’s dogs for my TV shows, my wirehair Buddy and I are hitting the road on the FIELD & STREAM Radio “Awesome Upland Road Trip.” Thanks to sponsor Irish Setter boots and apparel (and more to come) we’ll travel the west and hunt well-known and unknown coverts for as many species as we can find. Feel free to visit the Irish Setter site, www.irishsetterboots.com and see what’s new. 

I’ll file audio reports on FIELD & STREAM Radio throughout the season, and written reports here. And watch for the big white rig as we travel from (so far) Oregon, to Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and Texas. Among the highlights so far: I’ll serve as master of ceremonies at the South Dakota Governor’s Invitational Pheasant Hunt in mid-October in Pierre, SD; a visit to the National Sporting Clays Championship in San Antonio in late October; speaking at the Pheasants Forever “Pheasant Fest” held in January in Madison, WI.

And get ready to win! Following each field report on the radio show, I’ll ask you “where you’d wear your Irish Setters?” Call our toll-free number or respond here, and you might win a pair of Irish Setter boots or  hunting jacket.

Right now, I could use your suggestions. That’s right, tell me where to go in the comments section below. Mainly upland, west of the Mississippi. Keep your secret spots to yourself, or invite me along (sworn to secrecy). Whatcha got for example, in Nebraska? Eastern Montana?

Thanks,

Scott

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