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    • Col MikeCol Mike
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      If you have 30 min. listen to Dave’s interview from yesterday. Sure you will enjoy it as much as I did.

      http://goo.gl/XwIHHw

      Mike

    • Alexandre Bugnon
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      I listened to it and of course enjoyed it so much!

    • Dave Nash
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      Thanks for the heads up col mike.Really enjoyed hearing DP.The man has a way with words and I believe he speaks for most of us on this site.

      Be well brothers and sisters.

      Dave

    • skinner biscuitskinner biscuit
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      Awesome!

    • James HarveyJames Harvey
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      Excellent discussion. Thanks for sharing it Mike. It even provided me with a new sig 😉

    • paleoman
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      Enjoyed and thanks for passing along! I think there is a Curt Gowdy-like (Red Sox and American Sportsman broadcaster, etc., back in the day) resonance in Daves’ voice too that makes for easy listening.

    • David CoulterDavid Coulter
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      Finally got a chance to listen to the entire interview. We’ll said in the face of some questions that might have been so clear. Thanks for putting a voice for so many of us out there, Dave. best, dwc

    • Vintage Archer
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      MIKE THANKS FOR POSTING THE LINK

      DAVE PETERSEN Have been away from the inter-net for several days and just had a opportunity to listen to the radio interview.

      Like mentioned above “you do have a radio voice” Maybe you should consider doing or redoing some of your books in audio 💡 Like you allude to in the interview you probably make lot of money at it.:lol:

      It was a great interview….direct and to the point. You do have a way with words..verbally and in print.While the topics were not knew to those of us that follow your writings to hear them spoken and in a less formal way was enjoyable and enlightening.

      I hope the interview was heard by a large audience.

      DAVE When I said you had a way with words I might add I have heard several of your cuss words.Very descriptive!:D:D

    • smiley1
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      Mike, Thanks for posting the link. Great interview! Dave has a way of expressing views that most of us just can’t explain.

      Steve

    • FallguyFallguy
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      Thanks Mike for the link to the interview. Once again Dave has done us Proud.

    • garydavis
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      I don’t think I’ve ever heard “Thoreauvian” used so perfectly in a sentence before. Great interview. Books on tape would be cool.

    • jmsmithy
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      Really great interview.

      As usual, Dave explains so succinctly why we do what we do as hunters….also kind of a cool network for us “foodie” types. My family and I not only love eating the wild game we bring home but also enjoy the special bond of preparing it, trying/developing new recipes etc. My son Alex shows a special pride when his mom and I lay out a beautiful spread and announce to our friends/family that he’s the one feeding us as the venison (or whatever game meat) we’re putting on the table was taken by him (as an incredibly proud Dad, when either of my sons are with me I hunt/fish with a camera, now that they are older – 15, I’m getting a chance to let an arrow go on occasion myself 😀 )

    • Stephen Graf
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      Well hmmmm…..

      I hate to play the sour note in the band but… I listened to the entire interview and found myself getting irritated at wasting a half hour. I kept waiting for some real meaningful discussion, and didn’t hear it. Just a bit of nibbling around the edges.

      I didn’t care much for the interviewer. He just threw some softball questions and told us more about himself than I cared to hear. I think I heard a little aggravation in Dave’s voice too.

      I think Dave was expecting some more interesting and meaty questions than he got.

      Listening to that interview was like watching a lamborghini doing 25 in a school zone.

    • tailfeather
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      Steve Graf wrote:

      I didn’t care much for the interviewer. He just threw some softball questions and told us more about himself than I cared to hear. I think I heard a little aggravation in Dave’s voice too.

      This^

    • paleoman
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      Steve Graf wrote: Well hmmmm…..

      I hate to play the sour note in the band but… I listened to the entire interview and found myself getting irritated at wasting a half hour. I kept waiting for some real meaningful discussion, and didn’t hear it. Just a bit of nibbling around the edges.

      I didn’t care much for the interviewer. He just threw some softball questions and told us more about himself than I cared to hear. I think I heard a little aggravation in Dave’s voice too.

      I think Dave was expecting some more interesting and meaty questions than he got.

      Listening to that interview was like watching a lamborghini doing 25 in a school zone.

      That is so true! Though I enjoyed it, it was nowhere near the depth of chatter you get on this site. G;lad to have an honest critic here.

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