Fishing, Fishing, Fishing, Fishing, Fishing, And More Fishing Talk

Minnesota game warden Bill Landmark, guide Zippy Dahl, outdoors personality and angler Tony Mariotti, and WDAY-TV meteorologist Jared Piepenburg all discuss the Minnesota fishing opener (and Devils Lake, N.D.) on the program. Also, WDAY-TV sports director Dom Izzo drops by.

In Which The Show Goes Off The Rails At The Start And Doesn’t Get Any Better

The show went sideways from the start, when producer Mike Kapel and host Mike McFeely got into an argument over whether Dabney Coleman was a poor man’s Burt Reynolds. It then morphed into a discussion about maple nut ice cream. It deteriorated from there. Also, AgWeek TV host Shawna Olson joined the show and recapped…
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Sen. Heitkamp: Comey Firing Wrong; We Need Special Prosecutor

U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp joined the program and laid out her thoughts on President Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey. Also, Bloomberg News reporter Derek Wallbank offered insight into the firing; Minnesota Twins broadcaster Dick Bremer talked about the emergence of Byron Buxton and whether the team will be “buyers” or “sellers” at this…
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Another Refugee Report, Another Day Of Dissatisfaction For Piepkorn

The Fargo City Commission on Monday, May 8, received a third report on the cost of refugee resettlement in the city. For the third time, Commissioner Dave Piepkorn wasn’t happy with the report. Host Mike McFeely has commentary on that, plus Commissioner John Strand joins the program to chat about it, too. Also, Strand talks…
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In Which I Go Off On Joe Mauer, Even Though Twins Bullpen Was A Disaster

The called third strike Joe Mauer of the Minnesota Twins took in the eighth inning Sunday set off host Mike McFeely into a lengthy rant. Also, more on former U.S. attorney Drew Wrigley wanting to be the next U.S. attorney; Cass County Democratic Party chair Ben Hanson believes Rep. Kevin Cramer let down his constituents…
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