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Deitz Dittrich

HSO Pddcast #6 Stream Trout Opener Tactics W/Randy Brock(WxGuy)

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Many states in the midwest have closed season on at least a few species during the spring season. For me, its exciting to see them start to open back up. It gives me hope! =) This weeks podcast I chat with Randy Brock(WxGuy)about the nearing stream trout opener. Randy, is a great speaker and knows how to get the information across, it was a pleasure talking to him, and I hope you enjoy it as well.

http://hotspotoutdoors.com/podcast/hsopodcast040807-FMstart.mp3

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Nice work, lads! Both informative and entertaining.

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