Not your average "Outdoors" show
- Written by Eric Granowicz, Executive Producer
It isn’t often you get to bring someone else along on an odyssey, but as the audience of Titanium Outdoors, you are both spectators and participants in what we feel is a very unique approach in radio programming. There are many radio programs that vie for your time, and certainly some of these are “outdoors” programs that may gain your interest. Of these outdoors shows, so many focus on hunting, or fishing, or even conservation. That is to be expected, since those subjects, not unlike NASCAR, touch a vast number, and broad spectrum, of people across this great land.
There is a new kind of programming now available to outdoor enthusiasts! Titanium Outdoors is unique to radio. Simplified as www.22Outdoors.com, Titanium Outdoors brings ALL outdoors to the listener. A quick paced entertainment program for the whole family, Titanium covers just about everything outdoors that you could imagine. Sure, the core program covers hunting, fishing and conservation, but there is so much more to the outdoors. Hiking, Kayaking, seasonal color tours, power sports,
All-Blade: The Innovative Broad Head
- Written by Matt LaDuke
Spring is here. The weather is getting nice, and it’s time to dust off your bow and arrows and get outside and use them.
Whether compound, flat bow, self bow, crossbow, or recurve, every archer has their preference. I shoot regularly. Personally, I prefer a recurve bow, and hunt small game with sharpened practice tips. So I know how my bow works with different arrows, and with which practice tips.
Welcome to Titanium Outdoors
Titanium is element 22 on the periodic table. The natural progression is 22outdoors.com.
We’re glad you’ve come by. Titanium Outdoors is the outdoor program that covers everything outdoors. From fishing to hunting, ATV’s to Camping, and Conservation to the role that sporting plays in women’s lives, and much more, each week Titanium Outdoors brings the latest information to our listeners. Compelling interviews, timely sporting reports, and
Campfire German Pancake
- Written by Matt LaDuke
Yet another sunny Sunday afternoon, with nothing to do; no complaints, as those are often the best kind of sunny Sunday afternoon - especially after a long, cold winter. There was nothing that HAD to be done, only things that I wanted to accomplish- at my leisure.
Earlier in the morning, I had set up a new turkey blind. With Spring turkey hunting in mind, I was even motivated to practice turkey calling. It is kind of therapeutic, once you get into it. So it was no surprise then that the morning quickly disappeared. Shortly after noon my stomach decided I was hungry.
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