OS 1162: Outdoors First World Problems

What in the world is an outdoors fanatic on the First Coast to do?  The guys talk about the difficult decisions they have to face between heading to the woods for turkey or heading to the water for…well, everything!

Between the fishing stories and the hit-and-miss turkey stories, we had a lot of ground to cover and a lot of fun to have.

During the show, the latest Skiff Challenge wrapped up, and the guys kept everybody up to speed.  Dave “Scoop” Edwards checked in, serving as our intrepid reporter, and he gave us the lowdown and all the inside-the-business info.  Listen in to find out who won it (and how beat up they are).  One warning, though – things do go a little sideways.  Be warned…you’ll never look at a muzzleloader the same way!.

Here’s your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: The Eva-Dry Dehumidifier is a great way to keep your guns in your gun safe dry!  Just place the small dehumidifiers and go to have your spaces up to 333 cubic feet dry and odor-free with our small dehumidifier.  Eva-Dry dehumidifiers absorb up to 6oz of water over 20-30 days before needing to renew the silica gel beads.  These portable, renewable dehumidifiers are made without toxic chemicals and are completely child and pet safe. Their sleek eco-friendly design allows you to re-charge them anywhere. Their size is optimal for cars, closets, boats, cabinets, gun safes, and even gym bags!

Here’s your Ring Power CAT tip of the week: There is definitely bait on the beach in St. Augustine and the Rays should show up soon. But don’t get in a hurry. Water temperature is still cool. Your best fishing time should be from around 11am till 3pm!

Here’s your Kirbyco Builders Inc. cooking tip of the week: Jeff recently had a sea bass dish that knocked his socks off… here’s an easy recipe to try!