The best we can figure is that there was some sort of scheduling error, or else the program director was out of town ("You spent two hours talking about what?!?!").
Anyway, we somehow managed to wrangle a guest spot on Tony Sanders Outdoors, a very popular and well-respected (until now anyway) local radio show for hunters and anglers, to discuss flyfishing for carp. That's right - fly fishing for carp.
These two carp-centric hours clearly marked the zenith of Tony's show, if not of the station itself. It was a moving discussion of tailers and tailwaters, of canoes and cane poles, of sunbathers and swamp donkeys. Tony himself was moved to tears, although not until the third threatening call from the station manager.
A big thanks to Tony and his co-host Rob "Gar-Daddy" Prytula for having me on the show. Enjoyed it fellas.