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This should be a very interesting show when Gold Loopers, Joe Pica and Gene Schnagl, discuss their opinions on the Asian Carp issue. The main topic of discussion will be a recently introduced bill that demands complete seperation of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River to prvent the spread of Asian Carp.
Join us "LIVE" via the internet with Capt Tom Marks as we bust some of the rumors of the Asian Carp and the Great Lakes.
Rumor or Fact, A lot of anglers are left in the dark from the studies and reports from the Michigan DNR and others.
Tune in LIVE for some cold hard facts that you just might not know about..- Rumors Exposed
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Join Tanya Memme, host of the long running T.V. show, Sell This House Extreme and her Guest Co-Host, Dylan Dawson for tonight's episode. They will chat about today's most compelling topics of home, health, family and fun. *Tonight's special guest will be Jonathan Carp, who is the creator of Miracle Noodle.* Twitter: @Tanya_Memme & Facebook: www.facebook.com/tanyamemme
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Tonight the great Rick Carpiniello joins us. Carp is a beat reporter for the New York Rangers from the blog Rangers Report and LoHud news. It's always fun when Rick joins us, So this promises to be a dandy.
Blueshirt Underground Radio was founded in June of 2009, and is now in its sixth year of being the only live radio broadcast devoted to the New York Rangers. Hosted by lifelong Ranger fans Eddie "The Mouth" Gieck and Jim Schmiedeberg, Blueshirt Underground Radio is not some boring podcast that just drones on and on. It's a lively discussion of everything related to the Rangers, where nothing is off-limits. Rants about the players, announcers, and opponents are commonplace, and no one is off limits. It is a show that prides itself in dishing out tough love to the team it adores.
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Your host, Johnny Wilkins 3-Time World Championships Angler for Team U.S.A. and the Illinois Single-Day Fishing Record Holder of 2,011 Fish Caught - helps you rig up, bait up and hook up with more and larger fish.
This week carp fishing urban waters near you. Catch the biggest, most-powerful fish in many of North America's lakes, streams and rivers- the Carp - stocked over 100 years ago nationwide. Line-snapping, hook-bending, rod-ripping power you can experience in hooking up with what many consider the world's best gamefish and the native Carp. Learn how to catch carp.
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Jordan Carp, Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist, just released his 5th CD, "Slam Pig." This album, which chronicles Jordan's move from Boston to San Fransisco, as an anti-pop culture CD. In it he addresses what is good and what is contempible about current culture. His music can be dark, honest and raw, yet tender and heartbreaking, with a sense of humor.
Jordan Carp graduated cum laude from the Berklee College of Music. He soulds like and has been influenced by Pink Floyd, Dave Matthews, Peter Gabriel and Cat Stevens.
Our guest hosts this week will be Mike Ahart, news editor of Waterway Guide and a rep from the Great Lakes Commission, Matt Doss. We'll be discussing the proposal to close the Illinois River off from the Great Lakes to control the Asian Carp.
New Time- Fishing Talk Radio - Wednesday Nights -Learn about catching more fish. Urban fishing near cities can be awesome with tips, tactics, features and guests in this weekly fishing show. Find out information on new fishing equipment, fishing live bait and catching fish within a short drive of your home. This week's feature "Carp & Catfish".
Call in and discuss fishing live baits, bank fishing, floats and your local pond.
Gold Looper Capt. Gene Schnagl will be joining us to talk about visiting Chicago by boat. Some of the topics we will cover are:
Special places to visit
Places to Provision
Events and Things to Do
Any Special Risks to be Aware of: Asian Carp
Don't miss this informative show!
Join us with special guest Tom Marks as we speak about one of the one of the most growing problems taking over some of or best lakes and rivers.
The Asian Carp.... most people have seen the "jumping carp" the ones that jump right into the boat. Sometimes you see video of hundreds jumping in a frenzy, these are silver carp. Asian carp are actually four different species of carp accidentally released into the waters of the Mississippi River basin. Silver, bighead, grass, and black carp are all lumped into one category.... Asian carp. The two which are the of the greatest concern are the silver and bighead carp, these two feed on plankton. They are eating machines consuming 40% of the body weight a day and these carp can grow big, up to 100 pounds. They feed at the very bottom end of the food chain competing with our native gamefish fry for food. Just to show what damage they can do to a fishery look at the Illinois River, a tributary to the Mississippi River, Asian carp have taken over the system over 95% of the fish by weight in the river are Asian carp. Essentially they are the only fish in the river. The bad thing about the Illinois River is that upstream there is a connection to the Great Lakes. If Asian carp reach Lake Michigan they could in time devastate the $7 billion recreational fishery in the Great Lakes.