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This week on Lone Star Outdoors with Cable Smith

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It is a best of show as we look back at some funny cuts from the past 8 years of the Lone Star Outdoor Show. We visit with Jeff Foxworthy, Ted Nugent, Bo Jackson, Nolan Ryan, Phil Robertson and others. Also, a different prize will be given away during each segment of the show. It’s gonna be good!

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Join us Saturday Morning at 8:00 a.m. on Texas Thunder Radio.

Merry Christmas to You and Yours,

Cable Smith
Owner/Host  Lone Star Outdoors Show
Twitter: @LonestarOutdoor

This week on Lone Star Outdoors with Cable Smith

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We start off by talking extreme cold weather back country hunting tips and survival with Aron Snyder of Kifaru International and the Gritty Bowmen Podcast.

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Then we head down to the Texas coast and gig some flounder with Texas A&M Galveston Marine Biology Senior Cody Klindt. The flounder are in the shallows and each cold front provides excellent gigging opportunity for these delicious flat fish.

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We wrap things up by taking a look at the banner quail year of 2016 with the Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch’s Dr. Dale Rollins. Nobody knows more about, or has studied Texas quail more than Dr. Rollins. After back to back population boom years, what does he for-see moving forward? Remember, it was just 3 years ago that quail numbers were so low that there was real concern for the species’ long term survival.

Join us for Lone Star Outdoors with Cable Smith, Saturday Morning at 8, on Texas Thunder Radio.

Cable Smith
Owner/Host  Lone Star Outdoors Show
Twitter: @LonestarOutdoor

UIL Football State Championships Spectator Information

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Wednesday, December 14 – Saturday, December 17 – AT&T Stadium, Arlington

Bag Policy

Please review the AT&T Stadium clear bag policy before attending the state championship games. All fans will be subject to the stadium’s clear bag policy and will be searched upon entering the stadium.

No powder, confetti, or streamers will be allowed in the stands.

Clear Bag Policy

Cameras

Point and shoot cameras only, detachable lenses are not allowed.

Banners

Banners are allowed at AT&T stadium if it does not impede the sightline of other guests. Banners must be installed immediately before the school’s game and must be removed immediately after the game ends. Banners or signs cannot be attached to sticks or poles. Adhesives are prohibited.

Noisemakers

NO artificial noisemakers are allowed at this event in the stands. NO air horns or whistles will be permitted in the stands. Only man-made noisemakers will be allowed. Ex: jugs with beads, inflatable boom sticks, clackers, cowbells.

The only artificial horn allowed will be if a school brings a train horn on the field and can only be used during specific points during the game.

Tickets through Ticketmaster:

Tickets are good for all games on that day. No re-entry allowed. All spectators age 1 and up must have a ticket.

Tickets will be available at the stadium on the day of the game. Gates will open 1.5 hours before the start of the first game of the day.

Tickets are now on sale through Ticketmaster:

Wed. Dec. 14th

Thurs. Dec. 15th

Fri. Dec. 16th

Sat. Dec. 17th

Free admission will be allowed to members of the Texas High School Coaches Association and/or the Texas Six Man Coaches Association at the UIL Football State Championship games.  The THSCA/TSMCA member is required to show their membership card and a picture ID at the pass gate to enter.  Only the THSCA/TSMCA member is allowed free admission.

Parking

Parking will be $10 per vehicle. If you are bringing a fan bus, bus parking will be $50 per bus.

All AT&T Lots will be open.

Lots will open 2 hours before the start of the first game of the day.

Stadium Entry

On Wednesday, only Entry H will be open.

On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Entry C and Entry H will be open.

Gates will open 1.5 hours before the start of the first game of the day.

Parking and Stadium Entry Map

Home Team          Visitor Team

(South Side)              (North Side)

Balmorhea                 Richland Springs

Borden County           Jonesboro

Iraan                         Bremond

Crawford                    Refugio

Gunter                       Boling

Mineola                      Yoakum

Sweetwater                West Orange-Stark

Abilene Wylie              Carthage

Aledo                         Calallen

Dallas Highland Park   Temple

DeSoto                       Steele

Woodlands                  Lake Travis

UIL Football State Championships

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Wednesday, December 14 – Saturday, December 17 – AT&T Stadium, Arlington

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14
Conference Time Teams Tickets
1A Six-Man Division II 4:00 PM Balmorhea (14-0) vs. Richland Springs (13-0) Ticketmaster
Ticket cost: $15
1A Six-Man Division I 7:00 PM Gail Borden County (13-1) vs. Jonesboro (14-0)
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15
Conference Time Teams Tickets
2A Division II 10:00 AM Iraan (15-0) vs. Bremond (15-0)

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Ticket cost: $15

2A Division I 1:00 PM Crawford (14-1) vs. Refugio (14-1)
3A Division II 5:00 PM Gunter (15-0) vs. Boling (13-2)
3A Division I 8:00 PM Mineola (13-2) vs. Yoakum (11-4)
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16
Conference Time Teams Tickets
4A Division II 12:00 PM Sweetwater (13-1) vs. West Orange-Stark (15-0)
Ticket cost: $15
4A Division I 4:00 PM Abilene Wylie (12-1) vs. Carthage (13-2)
5A Division II 8:00 PM Aledo (15-0) vs. Corpus Christi Calallen (14-1)
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17
Conference Time Teams Tickets
5A Division I 12:00 PM Dallas Highland Park (13-2) vs. Temple (12-3)
Ticket cost: $15
6A Division II 4:00 PM DeSoto (15-0) vs. Cibolo Steele (14-1)
6A Division I 8:00 PM Conroe The Woodlands (15-0) vs. Austin Lake Travis (14-1)

This week on Dallas Safari Club’s Lone Star Outdoors Show with Cable Smith…

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1We talk selecting the right scope magnification and specs for different types of hunting rifles with Mark Boardman of Vortex Optics.

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Next we are joined in studio by Collin County bow hunter Cody Griffin. In back to back seasons Cody has taken Boone and Crockett caliber archery bucks on his families’ 200 acre homestead. These also happen to be the ONLY bucks he has ever killed. Talk about lightning striking twice!!!

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We wrap things up by discussing the fall migration of waterfowl and how this past week’s cold front will affect migration trends. Chris Jennings  from Ducks Unlimited will be here to shed light on not only that topic but also global warming and increased agriculture’s affect on longterm  duck migration trends.

The Lone Star Outdoors Show with Cable Smith,  Saturday Morning at 8:00am on Texas Thunder Radio.

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