Posts made in January 2021

OS 1152: 43 MauMau! Tater Tot! Omaha!

PEANUT BUTTER FIRST.  We all know that, if you’re putting peanut butter and honey on toast, the peanut butter goes on there first, right?  Could somebody please explain that to Jeff? LOL

The episode went sideways right out of the gate, as Jeff was ALL ABOUT the audible – he switched up the tides and weather, and threw out the KirbyCo Cooking Tip of the Week right away.  He’s really got a thing about toast!  Anyway, the show didn’t really ever get straightened out, either…but let’s be honest – sideways is the best kind of Outdoors Show!  This episode turned out to be one of the funniest shows on record, so you definitely need to listen to this one.

Here’s your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: Use this handy roll of 3M slip resistant tape to keep you from slipping when you walk on a wet trailer. $6.95 at Home Depot.

Here’s your Ring Power CAT tip of the week: The Angelwood, Inc. Walter ‘Chuck’ Foster sporting clay shoot presented by ChopHouse Thirteen will be back on track in 2022. Thank you to all who have helped and made a contribution to the ‘Wish We Could’ shoot for Angelwood this year!!  Learn more HERE

Here’s your Kirbyco Builders Inc. cooking tip of the week: This combo is Jeff’s ‘breakfast of champions’!  Peter Pan Honey Roast Crunchy peanut butter, Martin’s Potato Bread toast, and of course…BACON!


Fishing Forecast: New Time, New Excitement!

Capt. Kevin and Capt. Scott found themselves doing the show at 6pm for a change, and boy did it change a lot of things!  They were in a great mood, full of energy and excitement, callers were checking in, and they had LOTS to say.  They covered all kinds of topics, but of course, they spent some time on that forecast, so you know what to expect for the next week.


OS 1152: Doin’ It On The Fly

The boys were back together for this episode, and they had plenty of stories to go around.  The biggest story came from Capt. Kevin, who gave us the rundown on his amazing fly fishing trip in North Carolina.  WAY too many details to list here, which means…this is another MUST LISTEN show!

As always, a bunch of the OS faithful called in to share stories of their own.  But you’ve got to check out the call from our friend Dave Edwards, who shared an incredible Alabama buck story…and don’t miss OS HOFer reciting poetry!

Here’s your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: An ICOtec Predator call! Time to take care of some coyotes!

Here’s your Ring Power CAT tip of the week: If you need a handyman to help you with any project… our go to guy is Travis Smith! He recently helped Kevin and Carrie with cutting this beautiful wood to rebuild a little house on their property. Message us for details.

Here’s your Kirbyco Builders Inc. cooking tip of the week: Everything on this plate (including the venison meatloaf) was made in Jeff’s new instant pot!

He has this version:

Fishing Forecast: Cold Winter, Hot Spring?

Although today was pretty nice, Capt. Kevin and Capt. Scott were focused on the chilly temps we’ve been seeing on the First Coast.  In previous years, they noted that cold winters routinely brought about some great spring fishing.  But will it hold true this year?  They talk about it, bring in Capt. Rookie Robbie to add his two cents, and of course, they give you the skinny on the upcoming forecast.


OS 1151: Fishin’ and Freezin’

With Kevin up in NC doing some serious OSR, Jeff and Capt. Kirk held down the fort and took care of show duties.  Lots of fishing talk to kick things off, and we even got into fiddler crab preservation (that was a surprisingly interesting little chat!).

Kevin did check in, though, and he had some great stories about his trip…although it might be hard to understand because his teeth wouldn’t stop chattering.  It’s COLD in North Carolina!!

Lots of great conversation, too…not sure how we got into car talk, but it sure was fun to get the skinny on Kirk’s VW Microbus!

Here’s your L.V. Gear tip of the week: For you turkey hunters that struggled with a mouth call, the Mini Mag by Quaker Boy helped Kirk. He ordered online for $15.

Here’s your Ring Power CAT tip of the week: Support your hunting conservative groups if you can during these tough times. And WIN a gun!  Click HERE for more information

Here’s your Kirbyco Builders Inc. Cooking tip of the week: Use Blues Hog sweet & savory rub from Hagan Ace Hardware on de-boned chicken thighs with *skin on*!! You can spread them out nice and flat so the skin gets extra extra crispy. Cook on the smoker at 375 degrees for 45 minutes. BEST CHICKEN EVER!


Fishing Forecast: A Long Winter’s Nap

Capt. Kevin was out of town on vacation (although we’re sure he’s putting in some OSR time), which meant Capt. Scott took the helm and brought in his first mate, Capt. Chip Wingo to handle the business in this episode.  Although the weather’s been pretty good, those fish are just struggling to get their mouths open, aren’t they?  The guys talk about those sleepy suckers, the water temps, and of course, they let you know the forecast for the upcoming week.


OS 1150: Big Bucks, Scary Snakes, and Potty Talk

As the Outdoors Show rolls into 2021, Jeff rolled out of town to Georgia once again.  This time, he was there to try to get some controlled burning and prep the land for the upcoming year.

While Jeff was looking to burn, Capt. Kirk was lowering the boom on a great buck!  Listen to his fantastic story about one of the best hunts in his hunting history.

If that wasn’t enough, the show went crazy with stories about snakes, funny noises, and bathroom etiquette.  Yeah, things went sideways…AGAIN.

Here’s your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: Invest in a heated vest and a portable battery pack to go with it. You can save some money and grab one on sale this Summer. Worth every penny.  Get it HERE

Here’s your Ring Power CAT tip of the week: As deer season comes to a close… start making a list of things you want to do or change for the following year. Move stands, put up new stands, mow additional lanes, cut down a tree that’s been in your way, etc!

Here’s your Kirbyco Builders Inc. cooking tip of the week: Harvest a late season deer…. take it to Azar & Co. downtown…get it turned into Summer Sausage, Italian or Smoked sausage. They do an awesome job!


Fishing Forecast: New Year, New Weather?

Although everyone was all done toasting, kissing, and singing to ring in 2021, this episode marked the first show of 2021 for Capt. Kevin and Capt. Scott.  But the question is this: should we hope for new, better weather while we’re hoping for new and better everything else this year?  Listen in to find out…


OS 1149: Happy New Year!

So, we’re not going to bury the lead – Happy New Year!  It goes without saying that the first show of 2021 focused on, well, 2021…and everyone’s expectations, hopes, resolutions, and more.

Here’s your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: Kirk bought these Gill OS3 Men’s Coastal Trousers with his Christmas money, and says they are great for cold, wet weather in the boat!  Get yours HERE

Here your Ring Power CAT tip of the week: If you have a fish you want to catch on your bucket list… now is the time to book your trip! Please don’t wait until the last minute and book a charter. NE Florida has one of the best charter fleets in Florida!

Here’s your Kirbyco Builders Inc. cooking tip of the week: A hearty breakfast casserole. Bubba Deb says to add cheese and crumbled bacon before you put it in the oven!  Get the recipe HERE