Prairie Sportsman host Bret Amundson and Cory Loeffler, founder of DRC Call Co., bag their limit of geese on a wildlife management area near Fergus Falls.
Then, Walt Gessler, DNR Lac qui Parle wildlife manager, checks out the Jim and Karen Killen Waterfowl Refuge, named after the Owatonna wildlife artist and his wife, who are both respected conservationists. The sanctuary, near Marsh Lake in Big Stone County, gives birds a safe place to eat and rest during hunting season.
The show tops off with a trip to Chef Curt Anderson’s kitchen to watch him create a delectable goose entree.
About Prairie Sportsman
Prairie Sportsman celebrates love of the outdoors – to hunt, fish and enjoy recreation provided by our vast resources of lakes, rivers, trails and grasslands. The mission is to encourage more families to become environmental stewards as they enjoy the natural world.
Prairie Sportsman is produced by Cindy Dorn and filmed and edited by Dan Balluff. The 2017 season is made possible by funding from the Minnesota Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund as recommended by the Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources, and by Ice Castle Fish Houses Manufacturing and Live Wide Open.