Tim Hughes hangs out with his friend Navi today. They take calls about Bears Ears and the companies protesting the Outdoor Retailer. So far several businesses including Patagonia, Peak Designs, Polartec and Arc’teryx.are protesting the Outdoor Retailer Expo. Tim also talks to Miles Moretti from the Deer Mule Foundation about the Western Hunting and Conservation Expo. During Fishbytes they talk about the rising water levels as well as Navi's winter, river fishing classes.
Tim Hughes talks with Navi and Russel about everything from Utah river fishing lessons to free satelite phones. Tim also talks to Public Information Ofiice Mark Hadley from the Division of Wildlife. They discuss deer antler gathering in Utah as well as Bald Eagle Day. Tim also talks to Craig Gordon from the Avalanche Center. He also spoke to Bob Salerno who recently entered the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame.
Tim Hughes hangs out with his friends Russell and Navi to talk about Utah's Winter Olympics, river fishing, antler gathering and footage of Bigfoot at Yellowstone. They also talk about the Wasatch Yeti Bash and Sports Expo.
Tim Hughes talks to Bob Grove from Maverick Getaways. They talk about outdoor vacations in Utah, as well as Utah tours in and around Utah's National and state parks.
Tim Hughes talks with his friends Navi, Russel and Bob Grove about the latest outdoor news in Utah. They discuss the snow bases in Snowbird, Park City, Brighton and Alta - where the snowpack is, where the powder is fresh, and how snowmobile, ski and snowboard enthusiasts can best take advantage.
Tim Hughes talks about to Roger Eggett about the fun you can have at Bear River this time of the year. We have the snow day report on all the snow that fell at the resorts from this big storm. We talk to the folks at Nordic Valley about the Ski and Snowboard clinics that are going on. We talk about the activities at Sundance as well.
It may be snowy outside, but that doesn't mean places like Strawberry Reservoir are off-limits. The guys talk all things Strawberry from fun things to do to the history of Strawberry Bay, plus the future of the water, with John and Paul Phillips. And there's always time for Fishbytes - especially because we are ice fishing on Strawberry Bay.
Host Tim Hughes talks to his guest about hunting rabbits and the things you need to go with his guests. Whether you love skiing or snowboarding or just want to learn Tim talks to Solitude about its Snow Sports Academy. We talk to Jessie Griffen about this. We also talk to Emily Sommers at Solitude about the 2017 U.S. Grand Prix/FIS NorAM Cup - Skicross Finals happening on January 20th, 21st, and 22nd. This is a free event to watch.
California has seen a drought ease because of all the moisture. Northern Utah and southern Idaho have seen several feet of snow. The guys talk about all the fun you can have outdoors and the avalanche danger in Utah's outback. There is a deer feeding program in Garden City this year. Places like Bear Valley have seen it the most and so this is only place in the state where DWR is worried about the animals. You won't want to miss out on Burbot Fish contest in Flaming Gorge for cash and prizes.
The show is on the Road at TRAX Power Sports in Provo. Tim Hughes and the guys are all about the ice fishing competition, and all the other fun you can have in the winter in Utah outdoors. Also on the agenda: snowbikes, what's available at local ski resorts, and the high risk of avalanche.
Skiing? Check. Snowboarding? Check. Snowshoeing? Check. Ice fishing? Check. Ice skating? Check. Hunting? Check. Camping? Yeah, even that. Check. Live from TRAX Power Sports in Provo, Tim Hughes and the gang talk about all the fun you can have outdoors, even in the dead of winter.
President Barack Obama designated a new national monument, Bears Ears, under the Antiquities Act. We talk about the impact of the Obama Administration's move on the locals who live and work nearby as well as on the state of Utah. Anglers are excited to start the ice fishing season on area lakes and reservoirs. And with fresh powder on the way to the mountains, this week's Ski Report is a great way to close out 2016.
It is the time of the year to get out there and ice fish. Tim Hughes and friends provide great info for even the most novice anglers to become experienced ice fishermen. We talk to the owner of the TRAX Power Sports about whether we rely too much on GPS technology, whether via smartphone app or satellite device, and how that could get us in trouble.
Tim Hughes and his guest talk to Bob Grove about his adventures on the Mother Road, Route 66. The Winner of the Brian Head Ski Resort contest is announced. Roger Eggett of Bear River Lodge and TRAX Power Sports talk about the Snow Bike and all the fun you can have on it as well as other fun things to do in the winter.
The poachers of a buffalo are caught. We have more gift ideas for the outdoor enthusiast in your life including fly fishing classes. On Fishbytes, we are finding out the condition of the ice on the lakes -- but river anglers, never fear. The Weber and Provo are still great for fishing.
Tim Hughes talks with Bob Grove who recently too a trip to Brian Head Resort in Southern Utah and describes some the outdoors activities he did while he was there. Tim also talks with the owner of the Brian Head Resort, John Grissinger, about some of the Skiing and Snowmobiling opportunities available to guests as well.
Tim Hughes and the gang take a look at TRAX Power Sports and the things you can do outdoors this winter They also dive into possible ways to stop poaching and prevent it, and finally, Fishbytes where they chat about catching up to 20 inch fish! All on the first hour of the KSL Greenhouse Show.
Tim Hughes, Russ, and Jeff talk with Brad Hunt, the Hardware Ranch Manager from the Division of Wildlife Resources about festival activities at Hardware Ranch, as well as Taylor Eta at Trax Powersports on commuting to the top of a mountain using equipment rented from Trax Powersports. Plus ski resort opening updates on the second hour of the KSL Outdoors Show.
Tim Hughes and Russ talk with JAMES about some of the fishing this time of year. Then they chat with Jeff Sory about winter campign, ski season starting up, and what he's been up to since he hasn't been around the show too much lately. All on the first hour of the KSL Greenhouse show
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.