Radio Waves: ``The Lakefront Lip’’ on Chicago fishing, access & kids on ``Outside’’

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I have been wanting this for a long time, but we finally got Ken “The Lakefront Lip” Schneider corralled this afternoon on “Outside.”

He discusses, well, lips off, on access issues on the Chicago lakefront and fishing.

And we touch seriously on how and why he is so good at teaching kids to fish.

We have fun, how can you not? We are serious, but not all the time.

We discuss his historic perch and his role in Chicago fishing, via being an original member of Mayor Daley’s Fishing Advisory Committee. A committee renamed and continued under Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

It is good.

And thanks to Todd Carlander for blackmailing him into coming on the show. Not sure how he was blackmailed Schneider, but it worked.

“Outside” airs from 4:30-5 p.m. Mondays on WKCC-FM (91.1) in Kankakee. Rebroadcasts of the show are at 12:30 p.m. on Sundays.

Laurel Soper, the web tech and digital media person for KCC, has put together the podcast system here.

Otherwise, click here for online listening options.

The Facebook page for “Outside with Dale Bowman” is at!/pages/Outside-with-Dale-Bowman/241327739268720

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