WesternBass Radio

In-Fisherman Radio

In-Fisherman Radio began in 1979 with a handful of Minnesota markets. It eventually grew to 35 stations and broke state boundaries in 1980. By 1982, it expanded to 10 states and 150 markets. Today, In-Fisherman radio is heard in 42 states on over 400 stations, reaching 15 million listeners a week. In-Fisherman Radio airs six programs per week with tips on fishing and other outdoor related activities. Programs include "how-to" and "where-to" tips for fishing, product reviews, new technology, and environmental issues.

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Click on the the titles below to hear program.

Dave Csanda: Vertical Jigging for Crappie 3 min
Jeff Simpson: Chumming for Perch 3 min
Steve Quinn: Fishing with Flourocarbon 3 min
Doug Stange: Dipbait for Catfish 3 min
Matt Straw: Crankbaits for River Smallmouths 3 min
Steve Quinn: The Truth About Turnover 4 min
Dave Csanda: Great Lakes Walleyes 3 min
Doug Stange: New Soft Baits for Walleyes 3 min
Dave Csanda: Combo Tactics for Pike and Muskies 3 min
Jeff Simpson: Reservoir Walleyes 3 min
Steve Quinn: New Tackle Trends 3 min
Doug Stange: Jigging Spoons for Walleyes 3 min
Steve Quinn: Summer Crappie 3 min
Jeff Simpson: Swimming Jigs for Crappie 3 min
Doug Stange: The Best Tasting Fish 3 min
Matt Straw: The Fall Steelhead Run 3 min
Steve Quinn: Estimating Fish Weights 3 min
Matt Straw: Choosing Crankbaits for Smallmouth 3 min
Steve Quinn: Understanding Slot Limits 3 min
Matt Straw: Smallmouth Transitions 3 min