Tim Hughes, Russ, and Navi about some ideas of what to get for the outdoor's man for Christmas. Then the guys talk to Emily Summers, the Senior Communications Manager from the Deer Valley Ski Resort about the opening of Deer Valley the first week of December. And of course Fishbytes. All this and more on the second hour of the KSL Outdoors Show.
Tim Hughes, Russ, and Navi talk to James about wild fire control in recreational areas. Then they talk to Margot Van Ness,Senior Communications Manager at the Park City Ski Resort about the first days of this year's ski season, and what to expect from the rest of the season. All on the first hour of the KSL Outdoors Show.
It is time to view the wild turkeys or hunt one for Thanksgiving. We talk to Ski Utah about the upcoming ski season. And for those of you hoping to get in some more time outdoors before the snow starts to fall, it is a great time to go to Snow Canyon State Park and other areas nearby for some great southern Utah hikes.
Host Tim Hughes talks to his guest about the news of the day, mule deer and the hunting season, ski season opening, and more. We learn details about the death of a man at Yellowstone in one of their thermal pools and we talk to the folks at the National Ability Center about how ability levels should never keep you from playing in the great outdoors.
Tim Hughes and Chris Crocket, the Central Region Aquatics Manager for the Division of Wildlife Resources talked about various wildlife issues. They talked about stocking fish in Utah's lakes. Chris talks a lot about stocking the Jordanelle River with, rainbow fish, salmon, wipers, and small mouth bass. They also talk about Utah's low water levels and how water levels affect fish.
Tim Hughes talks with Roger Eggett, the owner of the Bear River Lodge about holiday traditions like cutting Christmas trees. Currently, Bear River Lodge has $10 tree-cutting permits so you can get your very own real Christmas tree. They also talk about Snowmobile and ATV packages so you can explore Utah's National Parks.