July 29, 2010 – IS Outdoor Radio Show

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Yellowstone Survives Brock Visit

IS Outdoors hosts, Brock Ray and Don Kirk remain a dynamic radio team despite not seeing each other for almost two week. Brock left Yellowstone National Park yesterday amidst buffalo and grizzly attacks he claims to have no part in occurring. Don is home now, stumbling about blindly without the leadership and wisdom of his partner.

The IS Outdoors show for July 29th, airs live between 10:00 and 12:00 am ET on the Sportsman Channel of Voice America network delivering politically incorrect, but entertaining commentary of the Great Outdoors.

GUEST: David Dillon, Gary Mason, Mark Boardman, Gloria Jackson, Kyle Scanton, Randy Wheeler, Miguel C. Fernández, MD

David Dillon of W.L. Gore and associates talks about the second years of that company’s revolutionary new camouflage pattern for deer and elk hunters.

For more info visit: www.optifade.com

Gary Mason, founder of the Legends of the Outdoors National Hall, informs us about the upcoming inductee banquet in Nashville, Tennessee.

For more info visit: www.legendsoftheoutdoors.com

Mark Boardman, marketing guru for Vortex Optics, explains to us about what is new in hunting optics.

For more info visit: www.vortexoptics.com

Gloria Jackson, co-founder of the world’s large kids bass tournament, enlightens us about the company celebrating its 10th season at Douglas Lake in east Tennessee.

Kyle Scanton, editor of Outdoors Magazine in Vermont, explains about the dangers of antler envy.

For more info visit: www.outdoorsmagazine.net

Next up is Randy Wheeler, the magic man of the first ever Gulf Coast Waterfowl Festival & Expo this weekend at Pasadena Convention Center in Houston, Texas

For more info visit: www.gulfcoastwaterfowlfestival.com

The last guest is Miguel C. Fernández, MD of the South Texas Poison Center, University of Texas at San Antonio talking about snake bites, bee stings and spider bites.

For more info visit: www.texaspoison.com

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