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Mike Summers "The Mullet Man" lives "south of the river" in Wheatfield, Indiana and is celebrating his 15th year on the air on Indiana 105.

Mike is country and rock and roll. Mike enjoys playing the drums with the local musicians and loves to bass fish!

Catch The Mullet Man afternoons from 3pm-7pm also drop him a line at summers@indiana105.com


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Country Music News July 22nd

Country News

Jason Aldean New Music "Burnin' It Down"
Jason Aldean just released a new single today from an upcoming album.
The new single, "Burnin' It Down," was released and will be on his upcoming sixth CD due out later this year.



The Band Perry, Brantley Gilbert and Justin Moore will perform at events
surrounding the Crown Royal Presents the John Wayne Walding 400
at the Brickyard NASCAR race this weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.



Zac Brown Band's "All Alright" video premieres Wednesday on CMT.



Tonight...
Eli Young Band performs their latest single, "Dust," on CBS's The Late Show with David Letterman.

 

Don Henley (The Eagles) turns 67.

 

Lake Michigan

Fishing Report

Boat & Shore Fishery Update
Trout and salmon anglers are reporting action for chinooks and lake trout in water depths greater than 100 feet of water. Spoons have been the hot bait. Out of Michigan City and Portage, near shore boat anglers reported some action for steelhead late last week. Again, spoons were the top producing lure according to anglers. Jointed J-11 and J-13 Rapalas are always a good bet for summer steelhead as well.

Yellow perch fishing picked up late last week with limits caught both east and west of the Michigan City Lighthouse in water depths to 33 feet of water. Portage boat anglers are also reporting limits in water depths up to 27 feet of water. Over on the western side of Lake Michigan, it's been hit or miss in the Cal Park area. Minnows have been the top producing bait suspended just off the bottom. The soft-shell bite is starting to pick up as well.

Smallmouth bass action continues to be very good, especially on the western side of Lake Michigan where structure is present. Tube jigs that resemble gobies, crankbaits and spinnerbaits are effective lures for catching summertime bass on Lake Michigan.

A few steelhead have been caught by shore anglers off the Michigan City Lighthouse Pier this past week. Shrimp suspended under a bobber has been the top producing bait. No steelhead action reported out of Portage. Channel catfish are plentiful, especially in the harbor of Michigan City. Shrimp, nightcrawlers or any commercially prepared catfish bait fished on the bottom has proved successful. Bass and panfish are providing action for anglers who fish any of the marina fishing platforms or Public Access Sites on southern Lake Michigan. Minnows or a tube jig have been productive for both smallmouths and rock bass while worms have been catching panfish. Water temperature in the harbor of Michigan City was 70° F as of this morning.

Stream Fishery Update
We have seen an increase in skamania steelhead numbers over the last week in Indiana tributaries to Lake Michigan. Steelhead are scattered throughout Trail Creek while fish are concentrated in the lower sections of the East Branch Little Calumet River and Salt Creek. Water temperature of Trail Creek at Springland Ave. was 63° F. As far as baits, anglers had the best luck floating shrimp or spawn bags just off the bottom through the deeper holes and runs. Orange, brass and silver spinners also caught aggressive fish in the same areas.

Notes to Anglers
Just a reminder to all anglers fishing Trail Creek that no fishing is allowed within 100 feet upstream of the Trail Creek Sea Lamprey Barrier or downstream to the Pottawatomie Country Club Golf Course property line located adjacent to Springland Ave in Michigan City
 

Valparaiso area lakes

Fishing Report

The bass bite is great, especially for weedless lures fished in and around heavy weeds.
Recent cold fronts put a bit of a damper on the fishing, but panfish and bass should pick right back up with warming temperatures and light winds.
Morning and evening have been best. 
 

Laporte area lakes

Fishing Report

Bass continue to bite, especially around thick vegetation.

Look for panfish on the deep weedlines, or suspended in mid-lake holes

 

Country Music News July 21st

Country News

Blake Shelton sells out Wrigley.
Blake Shelton, celebrated a sold-out stadium show at Chicago's Wrigley Field this weekend, topping out capacity with more than 40,000 fans in attendance.
Shelton is only the fourth country artist to have ever appeared at the 100 year-old ballpark.
Currently on the road for his "Ten Times Crazier Tour 2014," which also includes sold-out shows Aug. 1 at New York'sMadison Square Garden and Oct. 4 at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl, Shelton thanked his fans.
Jason Aldean, Brad Paisley and Rascal Flatts previously played Wrigley. Zac Brown band will play Wrigley in September.

 

Lady Antebellum announced today that its fifth studio album, "747," will land in stores on Sept. 30.
The album's lead single "Bartender" is one of 11 songs on the disc co-produced
by Nathan Chapman with Lady A for the Capitol Records Nashville release.

 

Shania Twain has picked up a big honor for her Vegas show.
Shania: Still the One. Las Vegas Weekly just named Shania the "Best Resident Performer" on their "Best of Vegas 2014" list.
That means she beat out fellow headliners Britney Spears, Celine Dion, Elton John and Olivia Newton-John for the win.
Shania is playing select dates at Caesars Palace this month.

 

Brad Paisley made good on his promise to perform "Whiskey Lullaby" with Rising Star contestant Sarah Darling on the Grand Ole Opry Saturday night.
Sarah was eliminated from the ABC music completion last week, and Brad extended the invitation to sing with him during that live broadcast.


Paul Brandt is 42.  "My Heart Has A History"

 

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