Podcast Episodes

Listen to the latest podcasts and filter content by your interests. Search by keywords, topics, or select a specific network partner.

Showing 0 results of 0 items.
highlight
Reset All

Topics

Clear

Podcasters

Clear
Select field
Filtering by:
Tag
close icon
June 21, 2024
The Western Rookie

Backup Tag Options

Bowhunting
Elk
Strategy
Public Land
Whitetail

On this bonus episode of The Western Rookie Podcast, Brian covers all of the backup and over-the-counter tag options for the listeners that have not yet drawn a tag and are looking for a way to get out west this fall!


Connect with Brian Krebs
https://linktr.ee/thewesternrookie

Have Questions or Comments? Send an email to Brian@westernrookie.com!

 

Sponsors and Discounts:

GOHUNT Insider - $50 Gear Shop Credit with code WESTERN
https://alnk.to/g3aa8L4

GOHUNT Gear Shop – 10% off most items with code WESTERN
https://alnk.to/e75Pm4u

GOHUNT Explorer Mapping Only - $20 Gear Shop Credit with code WESTERN
https://alnk.to/4BEUo3x

Save $150 on Steelhead Outdoors Gun Safes with code WESTERNROOKIE
https://tr.ee/fbNvbFXX6Q

Save10% on Maverick Hunting Blinds & Accessories with code WESTERNROOKIE
https://tr.ee/vWHcxHKo4u

Save 10% on Ollin Digiscoping Adapters with code TWOBUCKS
https://tr.ee/ZE1XcQ-fbb

Save 20% on your first order at Bull Elk Beard Oil with code TWOBUCKS
https://tr.ee/X4mp2wWCRK

June 21, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

5 Days In A Hole, How To Find Your Dog With No GPS

Dogs
Coon Hunting
Bear
Predator Hunting

Today Buddy and Jason talk with Rachae Stewart about her dogs recent “adventure” and give some tips and tricks to locate your dog even when there is no GPS.  Sometimes you have to go a little bit old school with this new equipment when things go south.  We hope you never have to use them, but just in case here are some tools to keep in your toolbelt.  This episode is a true example of the special bond and determination of hound and Houndsman… or should we say Houndswoman.

We would like to thank those who support this podcast.  Special thanks to Alpha Dog Nutrition and Double U Hunting Supply for sponsoring this episode.  Want to learn more about Alpha Dog Nutrition? Check out the links below

 

https://www.dusupply.com/alphadog

 

www.dusupply.com

 

https://alphadognutrition.com/

 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/@DoubleUHuntingSupply/podcasts

June 20, 2024
The Migration Waterfowl Podcast

Tracking and Understanding The Migration with Greer Smith

Waterfowl
Habitat
Strategy
Public Land
Bird

Greer Smith from 50 Ducks joins Brian on the show. We talk about what it was like growing up hunting in Georgia, Louisiana waterfowl hunting trips with his Dad and how he got into tracking duck migrations. We dive deep into GPS telemetry tracking, how it works and how it is being applied to understanding waterfowl migrations. We also discuss the importance of educating the next generation about waterfowl and helping them foster an appreciation for the species.

 

Feel free to reach out: migrationwaterfowl@gmail.com

 

This episode is brought to you by:

The Duck Hole & Company

https://m.facebook.com/duckholecompany

 

Golden Millet Seed

https://www.goldenmilletseed.com

June 20, 2024
No Lowballers

Andrew McKean on Growing Hunting

Bowhunting
Conservation
Strategy
Trapping
Coon Hunting

Andrew McKean of Outdoor Life discusses the R3 movement and how we can is it to recruit more people into the world of hunting. On Today's show with GunBroker.com:

• What Is R3?: Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation

• Anti-R3 movement

• How the Events of 2020 Effected Hunters and the Outdoor Industry

• Getting a Broader Demographic of Hunters Involved Using R3

• Are We Starting the Conversation The Wrong Way?

The show launches every Thursday morning. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcast.

June 20, 2024
The Huntavore

6 Years of Huntavore

Bowhunting
Cooking
Conservation
Whitetail
Big Game

On this episode of Huntavore, Nick continues to talk in 3rd person tense even after 6 years of
making podcast episodes. He shares his gratitude and thanks to the listeners, followers,
friends, and even the critics of the show. Nick also explains his plans for a triple seared style
backstrap at the campground this weekend. A bit of reminiscing and celebration on this episode
of Huntavore.


6 years and 150 episodes of Huntavore has been such a blast to research, schedule guests,
and lecture on audio recording for others to hear. My journey has taken me places, challenged
my thinking of food and what it means, and brought me face to face (digitally) with very
knowledgeable people in the hunting and culinary world. I have stuck with my roots “no ego, no
status” to keep me humble, and not lost sight of my mission “to celebrate my hunting and fishing
lifestyle, with the consumption and utilization of my wildgame”. I understood this is a niche area
of interest, and the people who I have been blessed to interact with share so much of my own
passion. Huge thanks goes out to my listeners, followers, friends, and critics who have
challenged me, encouraged me, and listened to what I have to say. Cheers to 6 years, and a
toast to many more on the horizon.


Show Partners:
Umai Dry
Instagram: @umaidry
Website: bit.ly/3WhfnnX
Sign up for the newsletter for 10% off
Tappecue Meat Probes
Instagram: @tappecue
Website: https://bit.ly/2NIr0Xj
Coupon Code 10% off: HUNT10
TieBoss
Instagram: @tiebossllc
Website: https://bit.ly/3V8qn8I
Save 10% using the link above

June 20, 2024
The Southern Way

How to Successfully Deer Hunt with Kids

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Conservation
Habitat

The South has a rich hunting culture with deep roots.  It's vital that we preserve our heritage and rich history of whitetail hunting.  This week Mark breaks down how he has introduced his kids and effectively killed deer with them on the stand.  

From remaining quiet to tracking and skinning Mark covers every aspect.  Make it fun and exciting and kids will have fun and be excited to see and drag out deer.  Remember, one day we'll be old and will need our then grown children to help load deer, plant food plots and set up stands.  Thanks for listening.  

June 19, 2024
Hunt Detail

So You Drew An Elk Tag: What Could Go Wrong?

Bowhunting
Strategy
Public Land
Elk

You've done everything you can possibly do to prepare for your trek west to hunt elk this September, but what if everything doesn't go as planned? What if there is car trouble on the trip? What if you have issues with your bow? Have you set up systems at home to ensure things go smoothly for your family while you are out? We all know that there is an "inertia" that often keeps us home from hunting trips or cuts our trips short. In today's episode, Jacob shares some things to consider before you hit the road for your trek west this fall.

June 19, 2024
Antler Up

Merging Lenses: Hunter and Forester w/ Tim Price

Whitetail
Habitat
Strategy
Public Land
Bowhunting

In this episode of the Antler Up Podcast, host Jeremy Dinsmore is joined by PA native Tim Price. Tim is now a realtor but spent 15 plus years working as a forester! Not only that, Tim is also an experienced hunter, who shares invaluable insights into deer habitat management. 

Tim emphasizes the crucial role of water in understanding deer habitats and offers a unique forester's perspective that enhances our understanding of these environments. He discusses the importance of merging different lenses, like those of hunters and foresters, to gain a comprehensive view of habitat. 

The episode covers how topography, water sources, tree species, and transition areas influence deer activity and movement. Tim highlights the impact of seasonal changes, such as the first frost, on deer behavior and food availability, and explains how clear cuts and timber cuts create beneficial early successional habitats. 

Listeners will learn about the significance of age and nutrition in antler growth and the adaptability of deer as versatile browsers. Tim also shares effective scouting strategies, emphasizing spending 90% of your time in the 10% of areas where bucks reside, and offers tips from experienced hunters in low deer density regions. The post-rut period's hunting potential in Pennsylvania is explored, along with the importance of understanding topography and the water table for better scouting. Additionally, Tim advocates for shooting doe’s to improve the buck-to-doe ratio and promote quality deer management.

So, grab your gear, sit back, and join us on this episode as we Antler Up with Tim Price on today's episode of the Antler Up Podcast.

 Stay tuned, stay safe, and Antler Up!

www.antlerupoutdoors.com

www.tethrdnation.com

www.sportsmensempire.com 

https://ourgroundscoffeeco.com/

https://thebowtiquellc.com/

June 19, 2024
Pennsylvania Woodsman

Hunting Trips and Adventures w/ Ronnie Folk

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Big Game
Public Land

On this week's episode of the Pennsylvania Woodsman, Mitch is joined by good friend Ronnie Folk.  Ronnie is retired and has enjoyed many wonderful hunting trips across North America and even abroad into Africa and New Zealand.  However, annual hunting trips were not always the norm.  Ronnie worked hard his whole life building a successful paving business as well as raising a family, so the time off which we discuss was earned through hard work. 

We begin by catching up on a recent Brown Bear hunting trip Ronnie had this spring in Alaska.  While the trip did not result in any shots fired, we still strolled down memory lane as we sat amidst his trophy room of memories.  We talk about Ronnie's favorite animal to hunt - elk, and how he transitioned in his early 40s to an avid archery hunter.  Ronnie also tells stories of his trips to a camp he used to hunt at in northern PA for bear and deer.  It's a fun conversation with a man who worked hard to live out the American dream!

June 19, 2024
How To Hunt Turkey

Post Turkey Season Evaluation

Bowhunting
Turkey
Strategy
Public Land
Bird

On this episode I dive into the nitty gritty of my season. I think one of the most helpful things you can do after Turkey season is evaluate what you did right as well as what you did wrong. It helps you get locked in on what you need to be doing in the off season as well as what you need to practice and what gear needs changed or modified. My hope with this episode is that it will help you evaluate your season and make good choices for your next season!

Topics include: Scheduling for turkey season, practicing your turkey calling, getting new hunting permissions, scouting public land, using Facebook Marketplace and Craigslist in the off season to your benefit, getting your video equipment dialed and planning ahead for out of state hunts.

June 19, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Launch On Target with Heath Hyatt

Coon Hunting
Dogs
Strategy
Predator Hunting

Learning makes us better, in dog training we pick up bits and pieces along the way. During a week-long school called On Target with Randy Hare, Heath took more than pieces away. Randy Hare is the owner of Alpha Canine Training Center. With over 40 years of handling and training dogs, this episode is packed full of information that we all can use.

Alphak9.com

Follow our Sponsors:

OnX

Southern Hound Hunting Magazine

Double U Hunting Supply

Subscribe: to the best mapping app on the market by using promo code - K920

Join: us on the most thrilling fair chase hunt possible at Southern Hound Hunting Magazine. Subscribe at Southernhoundhunting.com

Frontline Optics- Duty sunglasses

Polarized

No questions asked replacement

Charitable Donation with every pair

Free shipping

Frontline-Optics.com use promo code - code4

https://frontline-optics.com?sca_ref=5672409.03I05MEwyy

Get all your hound hunting gear at Double U. Products every hound hunter trusts to keep up with their pack. www.dusupply.com

June 19, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Gone To The Dogs with the Redbone Man

Coon Hunting
Dogs
Strategy
Predator Hunting

It’s been a minute since Steve last talked with octogenarian houndsman Fred Moran of Pennsylvania.  Now well into his eighties, Moran is still following the breed that gave him his famous moniker, Fred Moran the Redbone Man and doing so on a regular basis.

In this episode Steve picked up the phone on the chance that he talk with his longtime friend and was lucky enough to catch Moran before he headed to the woods.   The conversation that ensued was vintage Moran with stories of hounds and hunts of the past, humorous antic dotes and amazingly detailed trips down memory lane that winds through virtually every states when raccoons are pursued with hounds..

As listeners will see, Moran’s mind is a sharp as a double-bladed axe fresh off the grinder permitting the vintage coon hunter to hone his stories, including names and places, to a fine razor’s edge.  If you are a Moran fan, and we know you are, you’ll really enjoy this episode.

June 18, 2024
Whitetail Landscapes

Buying a Better Hunting Property

Bowhunting
Habitat
Whitetail
Turkey
Strategy

In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) explains how to perform a site assessment on a hunting property. Jon dialogues on the key attributes and features that will reshape the way you evaluate land and features to better purchase and enhance your hunting property. Jon provides a new method of assessment that simplifies the process of determining if a property is right and what not to do when buying a property. Jon provides insight into his own land buying journey and what he believes are better ways to evaluate land use and neighboring properties. Jon finishes with discussion on how to identify weakness in a land purchase before it is too late and why conventional thought around bargain properties isn’t always the correct.

Social Links

https://whitetaillandscapes.com/

https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/

https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en

June 18, 2024
Missouri Woods & Water

Our Crew Dropping Bucks During The Rut

Bowhunting
Strategy
Public Land

This week on the Missouri Woods & Water Podcast we go way back to episode #82 where the MWW crew talked about dropping bucks during the rut.  The heat of summer is upon us and our show sort of fell through this week, so we felt like just listening to good ole fashioned killin deer talk from our team's awesome 2021 season.  Listening back to this is getting us pumped up for a season that will be here before we know it.  Thanks for listening!

 

Check out the MWW Website for shows, partner discounts, and more!!!

 

Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel!!!

Morrell Targets

Athlon Optics

Midwest Gun Works:  Use code 5OFFMWW for 5% off

Lucky Buck

OnX  Use code MWW20 for 20% off 

Camofire

Black Ovis:  Use code MWW10 for 10% off

Reveal Cameras by Tactacam

June 18, 2024
Wisconsin Sportsman

Bird Dogs 101 with Tyler Mieden

Bird
Dogs
Strategy

It's training season for all fall outdoorsmen and while most folks are slinging arrows and hanging trail cams, the upland and waterfowl community are hard at work with their four-legged companions making sure they're both ready for the season. That's right folks, this week we're talking all about bird dogs with Wisconsin-native, Tyler Mieden!

Tyler has been around hunting dogs for his entire life and has an incredible passion for training, working, and hunting with bird dogs whether it be in competitions or in the field. In this episode, Pierce and Tyler break down what hunting dog competitions look like from a competitor's perspective, where certain breeds' strengths lie, how to pick a bird dog if you're looking into getting one, Tyler's "Teach, Force, Reinforce" approach to dog training, and tons of other great information for dog lovers. Whether you're a lifelong dog owner or somebody just starting to think about getting a dog of your own, this episode is for you!

June 18, 2024
The Western Rookie

Making Hunting Fun Again

Elk
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Conservation

On this episode of GOHUNT’s  Western Rookie Podcast, Brian talks with Dillon Deitz about having fun while hunting and harvesting what makes you happy!

Dillon is a Montana hunter and outdoor content creator that focuses on making hunting fun again and not being so serious or getting caught up in how big every animal is. Dillon also creates a ton of hilarious content in the hunting humor genre! Brian and Dillon talk about getting into hunting and being proud of harvesting whatever makes you happy regardless of what the keyboard warriors say! Check out Dillon’s content at the links below.

 

https://www.youtube.com/@dillondeitz

https://www.instagram.com/dillondeitz/



Connect with Brian Krebs
https://linktr.ee/thewesternrookie

Have Questions or Comments? Send an email to Brian@westernrookie.com!

 

Sponsors and Discounts:

GOHUNT Insider - $50 Gear Shop Credit with code WESTERN
https://alnk.to/g3aa8L4

GOHUNT Gear Shop – 10% off most items with code WESTERN
https://alnk.to/e75Pm4u

GOHUNT Explorer Mapping Only - $20 Gear Shop Credit with code WESTERN
https://alnk.to/4BEUo3x

Save $150 on Steelhead Outdoors Gun Safes with code WESTERNROOKIE
https://tr.ee/fbNvbFXX6Q

Save10% on Maverick Hunting Blinds & Accessories with code WESTERNROOKIE
https://tr.ee/vWHcxHKo4u

Save 10% on Ollin Digiscoping Adapters with code TWOBUCKS
https://tr.ee/ZE1XcQ-fbb

Save 20% on your first order at Bull Elk Beard Oil with code TWOBUCKS
https://tr.ee/X4mp2wWCRK

June 18, 2024
The Hunting Gear Podcast

WiseEye Trail Cameras

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land
Gear

On this episode of the Hunting Gear Deals Series on The Hunting Gear Podcast, Camron talks with Jason Ray from WiseEye Technology. Jason dives deep into the advanced technologies that are incorporated into their cellular trail cameras and introduces us to HuntControl.  

Jason informs the listener that not all trail cameras are created equal and the innovative HuntControl turns your cellular trail camera into a data collection device. HuntControl helps you predict when and where your target buck is going to appear. This is one podcast you're not going to want to miss!

June 18, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

From the Pages of Full Cry: Three Days and Nights In A Cave

Coon Hunting
Dogs
Strategy

Hound Dog Network - From the Pages of Full Cry: Three Days and Nights In A Cave

June 17, 2024
Oklahoma Outdoors

An Honest Talk About Feeders

Strategy
Whitetail
Gear

This week on the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast, John and his guest Connor Little cover the widely used but rarely discussed topic of deer feeders. For as commonly used as deer feeders are in the hunting world, there is a certain taboo about them that causes most people to stay pretty tight lipped about their use. The fact of the matter is though, where legal, a large majority of hunters utilize feeders. So if they are legal, and people are using them, why not talk about them?

Connor and John talk about the different types of feeders out there and some advantages and disadvantages to each. The guys also talk about "hand corn" or simply placing bait on the ground and its effectiveness in the right situation. Connor talks about the ongoing battle a hunter will have with livestock and undesired critters like hogs and racoons any time a feeder is used on the open landscape.

June 17, 2024
Michigan Wild

Backstory Of The Bowhunting League

Bowhunting
Strategy
Whitetail

Joining Nate Rozeveld on this week's episode of Michigan Wild is Ben Harrison and Brad Collings from Bowhunting League. The league started in 2015 and continues to grow each year. Ben dives into the backstory of starting the League along with his reasons and passion for the project. Going into the 10th season Ben continues to be innovative with all the sponsors, prizes, and format in order to improve the experience for all the hunters. Brad helps out with the Leagues social media pages, and is a great fit because he is an everyday dad that loves being outside and relates to the majority of hunters. He also has had a team in the Bowhunting League since 2019 so he has experienced all the growth and community the League has to offer. 

Wrapping up the conversation Nate is intrigued to hear the story of Ben's 2023 buck he shot. So Ben breaks down his hunt for his biggest whitetail. It was the first time he was able to solely hunt one deer and put all his attention/effort into it. It wasn't for the lack of effort or time on stand that allowed him to connect with his biggest deer.  

Sign up for Bowhunting League with your team by August 31st.

It's free, and there are a ton of opportunities to win prizes.

If you would like to support Michigan Wild farther leave a review/ranking anywhere you listen to the podcast! 

Interested in being a guest on Michigan Wild? Send an email to Michiganwildpod@gmail.comor send a message on Instagram @michiganwildpod.

Looking to add a food plot or change up your food plot strategy check out vitalizeseed.com and the Habitat Podcast.

If you would like more information about RLR Construction LLC send an email to Roddyframer@gmail.com

June 17, 2024
The Range Podcast

Matt Bateman of Grim Reaper Broadheads

Bowhunting
Gear
Strategy

In this week’s episode of The Range Podcast, Ricky and Hollywood talk to the right-hand-man over at Grim Reaper Broadheads, Matt Bateman. Matt tells his origin story regarding bowhunting and the details of how he came to start his career in the archery industry. Ricky is curious about Matt’s increased engagement on social media and the conversation veer’s over to the mental aspect of sharing one’s adventures online.

Be sure to head over to www.grimreapersbroadheads.com and give their lineup a look.

The Range Podcast can be found on all major platforms, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Video versions of the podcast can also be found on the Vapor Trail YouTube Channel and Wild TV.

Enter Promo Code trp15 during checkout at www.vaportrailarchery.com to receive 15% off VTX Bowstrings and Branded Apparel.

The Range Podcast is brought to you by Vapor Trail Archery and Stokerized Stabilizers. We are proud to be a part of the @sportsmens_empire network.

June 14, 2024
The Hunting Gear Podcast

Gear B.S. Session w/ Antler Up

Bowhunting
Gear
Strategy
Whitetail

In this conversation, Dan Johnson and Jeremy Dinsmore discuss their preparations for the upcoming hunting season, including scouting, trail cameras, and bow tuning. They share their experiences with different brands of trail cameras and strategies for preventing theft. They also talk about the importance of tuning bows and the differences between their hunting and competition setups. Jeremy emphasizes the need for a new set of strings every year, while Dan discusses the benefits of shooting heavy arrows. Overall, they provide insights and tips for hunters looking to optimize their gear and preparations. In this conversation, Jeremy and Dan discuss various gear-related topics in archery. They talk about arrow weight, paper tuning, cam timing, and broadheads. They also touch on releases and the importance of a well-tuned bow. The conversation concludes with a discussion on gear setups for hunting and the upcoming 'Keep It Simple' series on the AntlerUp podcast.
 

Takeaways:

  • Scouting and preparation are key for a successful hunting season.
  • Choosing the right trail camera brand and placement can help prevent theft.
  • Regularly tuning bows and getting new strings are important for accuracy and performance.
  • Shooting heavy arrows can provide better penetration and lethality.
  • Having separate bows for hunting and competition allows for specialized setups. Arrow weight and tuning are crucial for accuracy and penetration.
  • Cam timing and paper tuning are important steps in setting up a new bow.
  • Micro-tune adjustments on bows like Elite and Bowtech make fine-tuning easier.
  • Choosing the right broadheads can make a significant difference in hunting success.
  • Releases play a role in shot execution and can be adjusted for comfort and control.
  • Keeping gear setups simple and minimalistic can enhance hunting experiences.


 

June 13, 2024
Nine Finger Chronicles

Kansas Expectations

Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

In this episode, Dan Johnson interviews Brett Konen about hunting in Kansas. They discuss the expectations for hunting in Kansas, the impact of the recent public land cell camera ban, the increasing cost of hunting land, and the best time to hunt in Kansas. They also talk about terrain features, access to private and public land, and the effectiveness of calling and rattling during the rut.

Takeaways:

  • Kansas offers the opportunity to hunt four to five-year-old bucks, with the potential for 140-150 class deer.
  • The hunting community in Kansas has been affected by the recent public land cell camera ban, especially for out-of-state hunters.
  • The cost of hunting land in Kansas is increasing, making it more challenging for the average hunter to afford.
  • The best time to hunt in Kansas is the last week of October and the first week of November, with the peak of the rut around November 15th.
  • Terrain features to look for include pinch points between grass and agriculture, areas with water sources, and overlooked spots with cover.
  • Access to private land in Kansas is limited, and getting permission can be challenging.
  • Driving the roads to scout and finding areas away from population centers can help avoid hunting pressure on public land.
  • The best time for calling and rattling in Kansas is from the 23rd of October to early December.
  • South Kansas offers more hunting opportunities and higher deer density compared to North Kansas.
  • Hunting in Kansas can be a fun and exciting experience, especially for those who have not hunted there before.

June 13, 2024
The Migration Waterfowl Podcast

From Kansas to Nebraska

Public Land
Waterfowl
Strategy

Aden Shorney from Cherry Creek Outdoors joins Brian on the show. We talk about his journey growing up and waterfowl hunting in Kansas and the farm that’s been in his family for generations. We get into his experience working on wildlife areas in Kansas and his education as a wildlife biologist. We take a deep dive into his waterfowl scouting techniques and learn a little bit about how he films his hunts. We also discuss his faith and how it impacts his everyday life.

 

Feel free to reach out: migrationwaterfowl@gmail.com

 

This episode is brought to you by:

The Duck Hole & Company

https://m.facebook.com/duckholecompany
 

Golden Millet Seed

https://www.goldenmilletseed.com

June 13, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

The Hunting Hound - Blood Trailing

Dogs
Coon Hunting
Public Land
Strategy

Are you looking to improve your hound training tool-box? Do you want to start the season with hounds that are tuned in and turbo charged? Blood trailing is the way to do it! Bear talks about his experiences with blood trailing both as a tool to get hounds past deep seated issues, and as a way to build up pups and keep your adults firing on all cylinders headed into the season.

June 13, 2024
No Lowballers

Talking Quietly with Dead Air Silencers

Firearms

Mike & Todd from Dead Air Silencers, sit down with us to go down rabbit holes about all things silencers.


On Today's show with GunBroker.com:

• Where The Name Dead Air Silencers Originated From

• How Similar Today's Suppressors Are To Original Ones

• Suppressor Baffle Design

• The Changes Dead Air Silencers Are Making to The Standard Silencer Cone

• Logistics Issues on Timely Delivering Suppressors

• The Pros & Cons of Innovating Quickly


The show launches every Thursday morning. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcast.

June 13, 2024
Nomadic Outdoorsman

Fine Tuning Your Archery Setup

Bowhunting
Gear

On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman, Dan sits down with Weston Marsh and Jarrod to discuss the intricacies of archery setups.

Weston and Jarodhave been shooting 3D courses and working together at Adventures Archery for quite some time. They have helped countless hunters and shooters fine tune their archery equipment to get the best accuracy and efficiency out of their setups. In this episode Dan picks their brains about why it’s important to fine tune not only your bow but also your arrows, broadheads, release and everything else that goes into archery hunting.


 

On GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook

Shop Dan's Podcast Gear, Hunting Gear and Merch

 

Connect with Jarod Schutt

On Instagram and Youtube
 

Connect with Weston March

On Instagram

 

Connect with Infinite Outdoors

On Instagram, Youtube and Online

Connect with Rapid Rope

On Instagram and Online

Shop Tactacam

Shop Reveal

Shop XOP

Register for Bowfest

June 12, 2024
Antler Up

Archery Struggle Bus

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land

In this episode of the Antler Up Podcast, host Jeremy Dinsmore is joined by good friend Jim D’Agostino and Tanner Adams. This recording was fresh off the second leg of the RBD Archery Shoot, we explore the crucial takeaways from their experience and the invaluable lessons learned along the way.

Tanner and Jim share insights on how competitive archery is 90% mental, emphasizing the importance of emotional control and staying calm under pressure. They discuss the significance of knowing your equipment and making precise yardage adjustments, especially when shooting on steep terrain. Proper shot execution and understanding cuts for yardage adjustments are highlighted as essential skills for any serious archer.

We also delve into how competitive archery can enhance hunting skills by teaching archers to maintain composure, manage emotions, and make quick adjustments in the field. The challenges and nuances of shooting with a lens are explored, underscoring the need for focus and consistent practice.

Our guests emphasize the importance of dedication and consistency in achieving success in competitive archery. They share their strategies for balancing archery with hunting, including the importance of careful planning and prioritization. The issue of target panic is addressed, offering listeners practical tips on how to overcome this common hurdle through practice and mental preparation.

Lastly, Tanner and Jim reflect on the importance of having fun and learning from each other within the archery community. Tune in to Episode 229 for an engaging and informative discussion that will inspire and educate archers of all levels.

So, grab your gear, sit back, and join us on this episode as we Antler Up with Jim and Tanner on today's episode of the Antler Up Podcast.

 Stay tuned, stay safe, and Antler Up!

www.antlerupoutdoors.com

www.tethrdnation.com

www.sportsmensempire.com 

https://ourgroundscoffeeco.com/

https://thebowtiquellc.com/

June 12, 2024
Pennsylvania Woodsman

Dos and Don'ts of Summer Food Plot Establishment

Bowhunting
Habitat
Strategy
Whitetail

On this week's episode of the Pennsylvania Woodsman, Mitch is joined by Al Tomechko of Vitalize Seed Company.  For much of the PA latitude, we are nearing the end of the desired planting window for vitalize's summer plot Nitroboost.  Whether you're late to the spring planting party or on the fence of adopting the 1-2 planting system, this episode revolves around potential hurdles or mistakes people commonly make this time of year.  After Al and Mitch decompress via soil biology and farming nerd talk, Al breaks down some common challenges people face adopting "soil health principles."  This episode covers things like when to terminate current vegetation for the next planting, how to wean off chemical use, best equipment for food plot planting on a budget, effective seed to soil contact for broadcasting, and more.  Check out vitalizeseed.com to learn more about the 1-2 planting system and order your seed soon!

June 12, 2024
Hunt Detail

So You Drew An Elk Tag: Elk Calling Scenarios

Bowhunting
Elk
Public Land
Strategy

Getting into a herd of elk or finding elk can be a success in and of itself. But, what should or can you do in those situations? Do you bugle back? Do you cow call? Or, should you simply hang tight to the herd and remain quiet? The answer isn't always clear and when one is in those situations, it can be a little overwhelming because nobody wants to mess up a stalk or blow up a herd. In today's episode, Jacob discusses some scenarios to consider as you prepare for your own elk hunt this September.

June 12, 2024
How To Hunt Turkey

Tagged Out On Public Land with Bjorn Wilkerson

Turkey
Strategy
Public Land
Habitat

This week I am joined by Bjorn Wilkerson. Bjorn tagged out on public land in Missouri this year which is no easy feat! He is also a great deer hunter and bow fisherman. He has lots of experience with these public land birds and this episode is full of great advice and stories.

Topics include: Why hunt public land, finding overlooked spots, calling in public land turkeys without decoys, how to check a field without being seen, and why resilience will take you farther than anything else.

June 12, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

What’s Up Wednesday - Sacrifice

Dogs
Gear
Coon Hunting
Strategy

Time is flying by as Heath prepares to travel North to Canada for the spring bear season. If you want to be in the know catch all the details in this episode.

 

Heath Hyatt on FB

Heath_hyatt147 IG

 

Follow our Sponsors:

 

OnX

Southern Hound Hunting Magazine

Double U Hunting Supply

 

Subscribe: to the best mapping app on the market by using promo code - K920

Join: us on the most thrilling fair chase hunt possible at Southern Hound Hunting Magazine. Subscribe at Southernhoundhunting.com

Frontline Optics- Duty sunglasses

Polarized

No questions asked replacement, Charitable Donation with every pair

Free shipping

Frontline-Optics.com use promo code - code4

https://frontline-optics.com?sca_ref=5672409.03I05MEwyy

Check out: Cajunlights.com

Inukshukprofessionaldogfood

 

We would like to thank those who support this podcast.  Special thanks to Alpha Dog Nutrition and Double U Hunting Supply for sponsoring this episode.  Want to learn more about Alpha Dog Nutrition? Check out the links below

 

https://www.dusupply.com/alphadog

www.dusupply.com

https://alphadognutrition.com/

June 11, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

The Legendary Bear Dog "Hatchet"

Coon Hunting
Public Land
Dogs

With a little help from Elijah’s PR Manager we were finally able to get connected.  But all joking aside Jason and Elijah have a great conversation about Murphy’s law and hunting trucks, those 1 in a million "legendary " dogs and what happens when they are gone.  Thank you Elijah and MBHA for all you do!

We would like to thank those who support this podcast.  Special thanks to Alpha Dog Nutrition and Double U Hunting Supply for sponsoring this episode.  Want to learn more about Alpha Dog Nutrition? Check out the links below

https://www.dusupply.com/alphadog

www.dusupply.com

https://alphadognutrition.com/

https://www.youtube.com/@DoubleUHuntingSupply/podcasts

June 11, 2024
The Western Rookie

Fighting the Colorado Hunting Ban

Bowhunting
Big Game
Whitetail
Strategy
Conservation

On this episode of GOHUNT’s Western Rookie Podcast, Brian talks with Dan Gates about the Colorado Ballot Box Initiative to ban hunting for large cats in Colorado!

Dan has been a wildlife and conservationist his entire life and has spent much of that time fighting for our rights to continue hunting and trapping through different groups such as Coloradans for Responsible Wildlife Management and the Colorado Wildlife Council. Dan and his team are currently fighting to block a ballot initiative this fall that would ban hunting of large cats in Coloardo. Brian and Dan talk about some of the serious problems with ballot initiatives and how they have negative impacts on the wildlife balance and our North American Consveration Model. Check out the links below to learn more about Dan and the issues he is working on and to show your support!

https://www.instagram.com/c.r.w.m/

Vertical - https://f.io/t1CbAX5z

Horizontal - https://f.io/wEiVH8xz

https://savethehuntcolorado.com/

Connect with Brian Krebs

https://linktr.ee/thewesternrookie

Have Questions or Comments? Send an email to Brian@westernrookie.com!

Sponsors and Discounts:

GOHUNT Insider - $50 Gear Shop Credit with code WESTERN

https://alnk.to/g3aa8L4

GOHUNT Gear Shop – 10% off most items with code WESTERN

https://alnk.to/e75Pm4u

GOHUNT Explorer Mapping Only - $20 Gear Shop Credit with code WESTERN

https://alnk.to/4BEUo3x

Save $150 on Steelhead Outdoors Gun Safes with code WESTERNROOKIE

https://tr.ee/fbNvbFXX6Q

Save10% on Maverick Hunting Blinds & Accessories with code WESTERNROOKIE

https://tr.ee/vWHcxHKo4u

Save 10% on Ollin Digiscoping Adapters with code TWOBUCKS

https://tr.ee/ZE1XcQ-fbb

Save 20% on your first order at Bull Elk Beard Oil with code TWOBUCKS

https://tr.ee/X4mp2wWCRK

June 11, 2024
Missouri Woods & Water

4 Ways Deer Carry Wildlife Conservation On Their Backs

Whitetail
Conservation
Habitat

This week on the Missouri Woods & Water Podcast we got the chance to talk with Ben Westfall with the National Deer Association about a recent article he wrote entitled "4 Ways Deer Carry Wildlife Conservation On Their Backs."  Ben goes into detail about the 4 points he made in the article and much more as we discuss all the great things whitetails do for all of conservation.  This was a very thought provoking episode for us and hope it does the same for you! Thanks for listening!

 

Check out the MWW Website for shows, partner discounts, and more!!!
 

Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel!!!

Athlon Optics

OnX:  Use code MWW20 for 20% off 

Camofire

Black Ovis:  Use code MWW10 for 10% off

Huntworth Gear:  Use code MWW15 for 15% off

Alps Outdoorz:  Use code 2024woodswater for 30% off 

Zamberlan Boots

Reveal Cameras by Tactacam

Habitat Works Facebook Page:  Mention us when you call and get 15% off any service

816-752-7390 

habitatworksllc@gmail.com

June 11, 2024
Whitetail Landscapes

Whitetail Summer Work, New Fertilizer Options & No-Till Drills

Habitat
Whitetail
Strategy

In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Perry Battin (Drury Outdoors) discuss planting season, rain, planting corn and beans. Perry discusses a new liquid fertilizer system that is advancing their corn plants. Perry explains the equipment that supports planta recent harvest and how the layout of the property led to success. Perry discusses new products like Reax, Altura, Riser and Biologic products like Mean Green to help plants develop.

Perry and Jon discuss Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), fire on the landscape, non-native plants, summer burns. Perry discusses cattle grazing, fencing issues and responsibilities of landowners handling issues with cattle in the Midwest. Perry discusses more about no till drills and what equipment they are using this year.

Social Links

https://www.instagram.com/perrybattin_druryoutdoors/?hl=en

https://www.druryoutdoors.com/

https://www.plantbiologic.com/

https://whitetaillandscapes.com/

https://www.facebook.com/whitetaillandscapes/

https://www.instagram.com/whitetail_landscapes/?hl=en

DruryOutdoors - YouTube

https://getgrowingwithnutrien.ag/

https://www.agspray.com/

https://www.ph-outdoors.com/g-series-no-till-drill-1

June 11, 2024
Wisconsin Sportsman

Shifting Into Deer Mode with Josh Raley

Whitetail
Habitat
Public Land
Strategy

It's finally starting to feel like summer and all of our minds are beginning to look towards the fall... in other words, we're shifting into deer mode! This week, Pierce is joined by none other than the OG Wisconsin Sportsman: Josh Raley! After a crazy spring, the guys are finally back together to catch up about things they've learned over the past few months, realizations they've made, and more importantly, what the heck they're going to do this fall! 

In this episode, we kick things off by hearing about Josh's consulting season with Whitetail Partners and his entrance into the real estate game. After that, the guys discuss the differences between northern and southern deer hunting, where the most deer research is coming from, theories on what an additional gun season would look like in Wisconsin, and mindsets heading into deer season. Enjoy!

June 11, 2024
The Hunting Gear Podcast

CVA Muzzleloaders

Whitetail
Public Land
Firearms
Strategy
Gear

On this episode of the Hunting Gear Deals Series on The Hunting Gear Podcast, Camron talks with Tony Smotherman from CVA. This episode specializes in all things muzzleloaders, where you'll learn nearly everything you need to know to get started hunting with a muzzleloader.  

Tony walks us through the history of CVA, dating back to when CVA first started manufacturing muzzleloaders in 1971. Recent technological advancements in the muzzleloader have extended their capabilities further than most could have imagined and CVA is at the forefront of innovation. Did you know that 3" groups at 800 yards were even possible with a muzzleloader?

June 10, 2024
Oklahoma Outdoors

Buck Talk with Nate Rozeveld

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land

The south heads north this week on the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast as John chats with his buddy Nate Rozeveld from Michigan. Nate is the host of the Michigan Wild Podcast on the Sportemens Empire and recently came down to join John on an Oklahoma hog hunt. John and Nate cover a variety of topics including how social media may have actually improved Michigan deer hunting for the better. John asks Nate about his thoughts on one of John's favorite topics, the one buck vs two buck debate. Nate also explains Michigan's varied landscape including the famous "U.P." or upper peninsula.

Being a podcast host himself, Nate does a great job of turning the tables and asking John a few questions about his property and hunting in Oklahoma. After seeing John's property this spring, he had some questions about how John sets up and hunts his family cattle ranch. The guys also talk about if you can have "too many mature bucks" on a property and ways you can prevent that from happening.

June 10, 2024
Michigan Wild

Cam Carpenter Introduction

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Public Land
Strategy

Joining Nate Rozeveld this week on MIchigan Wild is Cam Carpenter. Cam is 18 years old and has found a ton of success hunting in his home state of Michigan. Cam has had the opportunity to kill and hunt some giant deer in the mitten state, including a buck in the 180s when he was only 13 years old. Even with tremendous success at a young age Cam has stayed engaged with hunting and his passion for the outdoors is ever present. Something that is refreshing to hear for Nate as he has tried managing getting his son involved in hunting at such a young age as well.

Cam talks about his success and gives all the credit to his father, family friends, and great neighbors. He expresses that he feels the only reason these big deer exist is because so many neighbors are on the same page with trigger control and doe harvest. Nate couldn't agree more because he has seen and witnessed the outcome of passing deer along with neighbors which allows deer in Michigan to reach an older age structure.

The guys also break down Cam's turkey season. He found some success early on in the season, by getting a double with his good buddy. He was also able to chase after turkeys with some close friends that led to missed opportunities and memories that will last forever.

Thank you Cam for hoping on Michigan Wild!

If you would like to support Michigan Wild farther leave a review/ranking anywhere you listen to the podcast!

Interested in being a guest on Michigan Wild? Send an email to Michiganwildpod@gmail.comor send a message on Instagram @michiganwildpod.

Looking to add a food plot or change up your food plot strategy check out vitalizeseed.com and the Habitat Podcast.

If you would like more information about RLR Construction LLC send an email to Roddyframer@gmail.com

June 10, 2024
The Range Podcast

Turkey Season Wrap-up & Western Applications

Bowhunting
Turkey
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land

In this weeks segment of The Range Podcast, Ricky and Hollywood discuss the ups and downs of the past Spring Turkey Season and a new product that could prove to be extremely deadly for any animal at the receiving end. Also, get the scoop on the limited draw tags that they may or may not have drawn. 

The Range Podcast can be found on all major platforms, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Video versions of the podcast can also be found on the Vapor Trail YouTube Channel and on Wild TV.

Enter Promo Code trp15 during checkout at www.vaportrailarchery.com to receive 15% off VTX Bowstrings and Branded Apparel.

The Range Podcast is brought to you by Vapor Trail Archery and Stokerized Stabilizers. We are proud to be a part of the @sportsmens_empire network.

#podcast #archerypodcast #outdoorpodcast #bowhunting #archery #targetarchery #bowandarrow #bowonly #hunting #outdoors #turkeyhunting #bowhuntingturkeys

June 10, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Gone To The Dogs, To The Tree That Is – Part 2

Dogs
Strategy
Coon Hunting

In this, the second episode about tree dogs, the boys are dealing with problems that occur at the tree.  Everything from tree jacking to chewing to guarding the tree are discussed in detail.

In their years of experience with tree dogs of all types, the pair has experienced and have attempted to correct all manner of issues that make what should be the sublime experience of walking up and seeing game in the tree at the end of the trail, a stressful and often worrisome experience for the hunter.

The episode is ripe with common sense approaches to dealing with tree problems and is a program most any tree dog enthusiast will appreciate even if they don’t recall as personal experiences.  Admittedly, there may be more problems identified than resolved in this issue with a promise of more solutions to come.   Tree problems are complex and the hosts don’t take them lightly, being careful to present only useful, commonsense remedies.

Prepare to hear discussions on milling at the tree, dogs that become jealous at the tree and dogs that become hunt sour after entering too many competitions.   There’s a lot of information packed in this issue and it’s all intended to make the experience of hunting game with tree dogs more enjoyable.   There is also an admonishment that if the listener is afraid to correct problems at the tree, he or she may well need to find another dog or at the extreme, another sport.  

June 10, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

From The Pages of Full Cry - A Lion Hunt In Horseshoe Canyon

Dogs
Coon Hunting
Strategy

Today we’re on the hunt for a lion! Join us in the pages of Full Cry as we follow along for a ride up horseshoe canyon.

We have been scouring through vintage issues dating all the way back to the first issue back in 1939! Join us as we pay tribute to the hard work and dedication of the men, women and dogs that were the lifeblood of the sport and the traditions we carry on today.  After 85 years of publication, there is bound to be a little something for everyone!  If thoughts of the classic Full Cry fill your memories, this is the podcast for you. 

Want to hear your favorite Full Cry story or author featured on the podcast? Leave us a review with your favorite memories from the pages of Full Cry and subscribe for your chance to hear it in future episodes!

 

Like what you heard? You can now download more classic issues and subscribe to the all-new Full Cry Magazine at

 

https://www.fullcrymag.com/products/new-subscription-usa

 

https://www.fullcrymag.com/collections/all

 

https://issuu.com/fullcry/stacks

 

We would like to thank those who support this podcast.  Special thanks to Alpha Dog Nutrition and Double U Hunting Supply for sponsoring this episode.  Want to learn more about Alpha Dog Nutrition? Check out the links below

June 7, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Let Me Take Him Home, From the Pages of Full Cry

Public Land
Dogs
Bear
Coon Hunting

Today's story may be from the February 1966 issue of Full Cry, but is just as relevant today as it was back then.

"Let me take him home” is a great representation of a houndsman’s heart.  Even when surrounded by evil in the big city, a country boy has the courage to stand up and take on an angry mob to defend one of his own kind. While those that do not understand our way of life cry for blood, this young man goes to blows to protect a veteran coondog that is as misplaced in the city as himself.  Though he has never seen this particular dog before it is clear he “knows” him and his kind.  This young man was willing to put his life on the line against the mob to give the respect and decency that this old hound deserves.  Our world would be a lot better if everyone could see through this young man’s eyes.

We would like to thank those who support this podcast.  Special thanks to Alpha Dog Nutrition and Double U Hunting Supply for sponsoring this episode.  Want to learn more about Alpha Dog Nutrition? Check out the links below

 

https://www.dusupply.com/alphadog

 

www.dusupply.com

 

https://alphadognutrition.com/

June 7, 2024
The Hunting Gear Podcast

Equipment Tuning and Selection for Hunting Success

Bowhunting
Gear
Strategy

In this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan Johnson and Ricky Brule discuss their outdoor adventures, the challenges of mountain climbing, and the impact of marketing on hunting gear. They also delve into the world of compound bows, discussing top bow manufacturers and the influence of innovative technology on the industry. The conversation covers a wide range of topics related to archery, hunting, and equipment selection. It delves into the nuances of arrow selection, broadhead debate, and the impact of arrow weight and fletching on accuracy and penetration. The discussion also touches on the planning and anticipation of Western hunts, including elk, mule deer, and antelope. The hosts share their experiences and preferences, providing valuable insights for hunting enthusiasts.

Takeaways:

- Outdoor adventures and challenges, such as mountain climbing, provide valuable experiences and insights.
- The impact of marketing and brand image on hunting gear preferences and consumer choices.
- The influence of innovative technology and design on the evolution of compound bows and the hunting gear industry.

- The importance of arrow selection and the impact of arrow weight and fletching on accuracy and penetration.
- Insights into the planning and anticipation of Western hunts, including elk, mule deer, and antelope.
- The value of preference points and the anticipation of once-in-a-lifetime hunts.
- The significance of equipment tuning and the nuances of arrow and broadhead selection for hunting success.

June 7, 2024
The Southern Way

Summer Trail Camera Strategies

Bowhunting
Gear
Whitetail
Strategy
Habitat

This week Mark breaks down his technique to capture whitetails during the summer months.  Right now, deer are eating and hiding.  Doing what they do best as a prey species.  There are several easy approaches to monitor the local herd without unnecessary pressure.

Topics covered:  swamps, bottomland, pine plantations, thermal cover, thickets, bait sites, passive setups, video or photo modes, destination food sources are all covered.  Thanks for listening.  

June 7, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Gun Dog It Yourself

Strategy
Dogs
Public Land

When you talk about training dogs nothing is more catching than doing it yourself. Nick Adair from Gun Dog it Yourself talks about training mistakes with Heath. They get into so many interesting things they have done or learned from other guests, not counting their mistakes. If you’re a trainer or dog enthusiast this is one hot episode. 

Follow Nick Adair at Gun Dog it Yourself on FB/IG 

Check us out on Social Media

Heath Hyatt on FB

Heath_hyatt147 IG 

Youtube @heathhyatt147

Follow our Sponsors: 

OnX 

Southern Hound Hunting Magazine

Double U Hunting Supply

Subscribe: to the best mapping app on the market by using promo code - K920

Join: us on the most thrilling fair chase hunt possible at Southern Hound Hunting Magazine. Subscribe at Southernhoundhunting.com 

Frontline Optics- Duty sunglasses

Polarized

No questions asked replacement

Charitable Donation with every pair

Free shipping

Frontline-Optics.com use promo code - code4

https://frontline-optics.com?sca_ref=5672409.03I05MEwyy

We would like to thank those who support this podcast.  Special thanks to Alpha Dog Nutrition and Double U Hunting Supply for sponsoring this episode.  Want to learn more about Alpha Dog Nutrition? Check out the links below

https://www.dusupply.com/alphadog

www.dusupply.com

https://alphadognutrition.com/

June 7, 2024
Nine Finger Chronicles

Hunter Profile: Kevin Creeley

Whitetail
Bowhunting
Firearms
Gear
Public Land

In this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles podcast, host Dan Johnson interviews Kevin Creeley, a firefighter and avid hunter from Virginia. They discuss Kevin's career as a firefighter and how it allows him to have a flexible schedule for hunting. Kevin shares his journey into hunting, starting with fishing with his grandmother and then transitioning to dog hunting and muzzleloader hunting. He eventually became interested in bow hunting and joined a hunting club where he learned from experienced bow hunters. Kevin also talks about the importance of equipment and gaining confidence in archery. In this conversation, Kevin Creeley shares his experiences hunting in Virginia, specifically focusing on hunt clubs and the unique challenges and benefits they offer. He discusses the dynamics of hunt clubs, including the allocation of hunting spots and the positive and negative aspects of being a member. Kevin also talks about the different terrains in Western and Coastal Virginia and how they impact deer behavior. He touches on out-of-state hunts and his goals for the future, as well as his experiences hunting sea ka deer on the Eastern Shore. Overall, Kevin provides valuable insights into the hunting opportunities and experiences available in Virginia.

Takeaways:

  • Being a firefighter allows Kevin to have a flexible schedule for hunting.
  • Kevin started his hunting journey with fishing and then transitioned to dog hunting and muzzleloader hunting.
  • He gained confidence in archery by practicing and learning about equipment.
  • Joining a hunting club and learning from experienced bow hunters helped Kevin improve his hunting skills. Hunt clubs in Virginia have both positive and negative aspects, including the allocation of hunting spots and the potential for secrecy and favoritism.
  • The terrains in Western and Coastal Virginia differ, with Western Virginia offering more diverse food sources and potentially larger bucks.
  • Out-of-state hunts provide unique opportunities to explore different terrains and hunting styles.
  • Sea ka deer hunting on the Eastern Shore of Virginia is a thrilling experience, with aggressive deer behavior and unique hunting techniques.
  • Virginia offers a wide range of hunting opportunities, including deer, turkeys, ducks, and sea ka deer.

June 6, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Gone to the Dogs, Tree Dogs That Is

Strategy
Coon Hunting
Dogs

Todays episode dives into the true meaning of a tree dog.  Everyone has their own idea of what makes a tree dog, so today Steve and Corey give their two cents.

“A brace of cane-backed rocking chairs invited the pair with oaken arms and soon the rough-sawn wood floor was creaking with the ebb and flow of their rocking.”  Taken from “Too Old To Quit,” an essay from his Gone To The Dogs – A Coon Hunter’s Journey book by Steve Fielder.

In this week’s episode, Steve and Corey participate in some summertime front porch-sitting and the conversation turns to the core of the sport of hunting furbearers with the quintessential tree dog.

As sure as pointing dogs point birds and waterfowl dogs retrieve ducks, tree dogs tree game.  Tree dogs come in all sizes, styles, mouths and a plethora of preferences by the hunters that follow them. 

How long is long enough to stay treed? What is locating ability?  Are layup dogs really just hot-nosed dogs that work air currents instead of scent on the ground?  Which is more preferred, a chop-mouth or a bawl-mouth tree dog and is there really a difference are but a few of the subjects explored.

If you consider yourself a tree dog man, we’ve got the tree.  We just need you to help us find what’s up it this episode.  

We would like to thank those who support this podcast.  Special thanks to Alpha Dog Nutrition and Double U Hunting Supply for sponsoring this episode.  Want to learn more about Alpha Dog Nutrition? Check out the links below

 

https://www.dusupply.com/alphadog

 

www.dusupply.com

 

https://alphadognutrition.com/

June 6, 2024
The Huntavore

Venison Burgers: Proper Patty Production

Cooking
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land

On this episode of Huntavore, Nick gets into the weeds of making a perfect burger. Well, burger patties that is. He provides detailed insights into the process of preparing and grilling a burger, emphasizing the importance of proper patty formation and cooking techniques. Nick also lays out his bow and arrow setup for Michigan TAC, and is excited to share about his shoulder mount of the buck he got last fall. All this and more on this episode of Huntavore. Prop r patty formation is crucial for a successful burger. The incorporation of fat, the use of a dimple in the middle, and allowing the patty to rest in the fridge are key steps. High heat searing and strategic flipping are essential for achieving the perfect burger texture and flavor Nick's passion for deer hunting and the upcoming deer camp trip highlight his love for the
outdoors and the camaraderie of hunting with friends. The conversation provides valuable insights for burger enthusiasts and outdoor enthusiasts alike, offering practical tips and personal experiences. Nick's detailed explanation of burger preparation and grilling techniques demonstrates his expertise and passion for the art of making a great burger.

Show Partners:
Umai Dry
Instagram: @umaidry
Website: bit.ly/3WhfnnX
Sign up for the newsletter for 10% off

Tappecue Meat Probes
Instagram: @tappecue
Website: https://bit.ly/2NIr0Xj
Coupon Code 10% off: HUNT10

TieBoss
Instagram: @tiebossllc
Website: https://bit.ly/3V8qn8I
Save 10% using the link above

June 6, 2024
No Lowballers

D-Day History with Hornady's Seth Swerczek

Firearms

Hornaday's Seth Swerczek a United States Marine, sits down with us to discuss D-Day history, how the Higgins Boat made D-Day a success, and the firearms used during D-Day.

On Today's show with GunBroker.com:

• D-Day History in Normandy
• Paratrooper's Roles in D-Day
• How The Higgins Boat Contributed to D-Day's Success
• The Weapons and Artillery Allied Forces Encountered During D-Day

The show launches every Thursday morning. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcast.

June 6, 2024
The Migration Waterfowl Podcast

The Dear Hunter and Managing Ohio’s Largest Inland Marsh with Erich Long

Strategy
Waterfowl
Bird

Erich Long from The Dear Hunter Project and owner of Drumming Log Wildlife Management joins Brian on the show. They talk about how he got into waterfowl management in Ohio. Managing the largest inland marsh in Ohio. They discuss the importance of moist soil management. Drawing down and flooding areas. Drone spraying and seeding. Maintaining water control structures. And what role conserving wetlands plays in the ecosystem.

 

Feel free to reach out: migrationwaterfowl@gmail.com

This episode is brought to you by:

The Duck Hole & Company

https://m.facebook.com/duckholecompany
 

Golden Millet Seed

https://www.goldenmilletseed.com

June 6, 2024
Nomadic Outdoorsman

Gobbler Gauntlet Part 2

Turkey
Strategy
Public Land
Bird

On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman, Dan dives deeper into stories of success with his cousin Sam.

Dan finishes up the series chatting with his cousin Sam about some of the most memorable stories from the 2024 Wisconsin turkey season. Dan and Sam make plans to finally chase spring birds together in 2025 and the both joke about unconventional turkey hunting strategies.

On GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and Facebook

Shop Dan's Podcast Gear, Hunting Gear and Merch
 

Connect with Sam Maedke

On Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok

Connect with Infinite Outdoors

On Instagram, Youtube and Online

Connect with Rapid Rope

On Instagram and Online

Shop Tactacam

Shop Reveal

Shop XOP

Register for Bowfest

June 5, 2024
Nine Finger Chronicles

Death Metal, Youth Softball, and E-Scouting

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Public Land
Strategy
Habitat

On his episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is once again joined by the one and only Tony Peterson to discuss their crazy lives, and e-scouting. Not sure why Tony keeps coming back as a guest but he keeps "YES". This is great, because Dan can't find anyone else to hop on the show. The guys talks about Tonys mental state and how it is affected by the hate-filled death metal he listens to, how horrible of a softball coach he is, and what it's like being managed by someone who is younger and less experienced than him. Dan expresses his opinion on Mark Kenyon's facial hair, practicing baseball with his son, and how many dead bodies they each have seen.

Then, for the last 20 mins of the show the guys take a deep dive in to how they approach e-scouting public public for out-of-state hunts. Anytime Tony hops on the show, it is full of randomness, exciting topics, and complete nonsense . Enjoy and Share!!

June 5, 2024
Pennsylvania Woodsman

Caught Between Reflection and Preparation of Bear Season

Bowhunting
Strategy
Public Land
Bear
Predator Hunting

On this week's episode of the Pennsylvania Woodsman, Mitch is riding solo discussing what the month of June looks like amidst hunting season.  June is a tough month; it's not that he doesn't want to be immersed with preparation for next year, but at the moment it's difficult to devote the time.  It's a month to be caught between reflecting on a successful season and how to prepare for the next.  Fortunately, 2023 was very successful from the standpoint of filling tags, so how can it get much better?

With life strings pulling in multiple directions, Mitch takes the time to list out some personal hunting goals he has, chooses which ones he plans to attack this year, and how he plans to stay focused on them while also being present at home.  Bear hunting has become a priority in fall, and he discusses the areas he has room for improving his scouting and successful bear hunting.  He reads through some of his notes he took from last season and discusses the changes he plans to make E-Scouting, road-scouting, trail cameras, and pure boot leather covering ground.  This gradual build-up during the summer months will hopefully lay a foundation for a successful fall.  Lastly, he touches on his weapon of choice - flintlock muzzleloader.  He discusses a concept to institute in a summer practice scheme which includes load development and off-hand shooting to bring to the field this fall.  

June 5, 2024
Hunt Detail

So You Drew An Elk Tag: Backcountry Food & Sleep Systems

Bowhunting
Elk
Gear
Public Land
Strategy

Your hunt systems are those aspects of your preparation that should simply work on their own with little thought or energy. Examples from the previous week's episodes have been: Meat Care, First Aid, Clothing and Water Systems. These are important because time is so limited when you have traveled from out of state. A poor hunt system for some aspect of your hunt can cause headaches or cut your hunt short. In today's episode, Jacob is continuing the discussion by sharing his food and sleep system for his treks west for elk.

June 5, 2024
Antler Up

You Pulled the Tag..NOW WHAT?!?

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land
Gear

Hey everyone, welcome to episode 228 of the Antler Up Podcast!

In this episode of the Antler Up Podcast, host Jeremy Dinsmore is joined by good friend Tim Sisock. In this episode join Jeremy and Tim for an in-depth conversation on the process of figuring out the next steps after you just pulled your out of state hunting tag. Tim shares his expertise on the intricate process of applying for and prioritizing hunting tags across different states, emphasizing the careful planning required to navigate this system successfully.

The conversation highlights the unique challenges faced by non-resident hunters, including the impact of regulations and the importance of staying informed. Tim and Jeremy explore the critical role of trail cameras and data collection in wildlife management, providing listeners with valuable insights into how these tools can enhance the hunting experience.

A significant portion of the episode is dedicated to gear refinement and selection, underscoring how detailed preparation can make or break a hunting trip. Tim also discusses the necessity of physical fitness and endurance training to tackle the demanding Western terrain, ensuring hunters are well-prepared for the physical rigors of the hunt.

Budgeting and meticulous planning are key themes, with tips on managing travel, accommodation, and food expenses. The importance of e-scouting and thorough pre-trip research is also covered, helping hunters identify prime areas and plot their routes effectively.

Tim delves into the mental aspects of hunting, stressing the need for focus and determination to ensure a successful and enjoyable experience. He provides practical advice on preparations for long-range shooting, food preparation, coping with weather conditions, and acclimatizing to high altitudes.

Safety and decision-making are critical considerations, especially for those hunting solo. Tim shares his thoughts on managing these challenges and the impact of herd conditions on the hunting experience. Whether you're a seasoned hunter or a novice, this episode offers a wealth of knowledge on budgeting, gear selection, and comprehensive preparation for a rewarding Western hunting adventure.

So, grab your gear, sit back, and join us on this episode as we Antler Up with Tim on today's episode of the Antler Up Podcast.

 Stay tuned, stay safe, and Antler Up!

www.antlerupoutdoors.com

www.tethrdnation.com

www.sportsmensempire.com 

https://ourgroundscoffeeco.com/

https://thebowtiquellc.com/

June 5, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Leader of the Pack, Big News at DU

Gear
Dogs
Strategy
Public Land
Coon Hunting

It's been a long road to get here but we think it was worth the wait.  Todays episode is all about the new "leader of the pack" membership for our most loyal customers.  Listen in as Buddy and Jason go over the benefits of this package for our customers, packed full of benefits people will actually use and keep you in the woods.  Extended warranties, faster returns, free shipping on all order and more.  Interested in joining? check out Double U Membership (dusupply.com)

We would like to thank those who support this podcast.  Special thanks to Alpha Dog Nutrition and Double U Hunting Supply for sponsoring this episode.  Want to learn more about Alpha Dog Nutrition? Check out the links below

 

https://www.dusupply.com/alphadog

 

www.dusupply.com

 

https://alphadognutrition.com/

June 5, 2024
How To Hunt Turkey

Getting Turkeys Into Shooting Range with Lance Krueger

Turkey
Strategy
Public Land
Gear

Today I am joined by Lance Krueger. He is a wildlife photographer that has been up close to more giant bucks and beautiful turkeys than most people have ever seen! We have a great conversation discussing the details and planning that go into getting the perfect shot. We talk about the different approaches to turkey hunting and I think no matter if you are a wildlife photographer or a turkey hunter you're gonna get something good out of this episode!

Topics include: Finding the perfect location, Using flags to mark decoy placement in the dark, Sound camouflage, blind set up and strategy, calling without being able to use a mouth call and learning to be fully present in the woods.

June 4, 2024
Missouri Woods & Water

Hunter Profile With Bryce James

Turkey
Whitetail
Public Land
Elk
Strategy

Welcome to another episode of the Missouri Woods & Water Podcast and joining us for an exciting conversation this week is Bryce James. We'll be covering a range of topics from fishing, turkey hunting, and the challenges and rewards of hunting mule deer and whitetail deer, as well as some other species. Whether you're a seasoned hunter or just starting out, this episode is packed with insights and stories that are good for all. Thanks for listening!
 

Check out the MWW Website for shows, partner discounts, and more!!!
 

Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel!!!

Morrell Targets

Athlon Optics

Midwest Gun Works:  Use code 5OFFMWW for 5% off

Lucky Buck

OnX  Use code MWW20 for 20% off 

Camofire

Black Ovis:  Use code MWW10 for 10% off

Reveal Cameras by Tactacam

No results were found. Please reset your filter.
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
Nine Finger Chronicles
The Hunting Gear Podcast
The Migration Waterfowl Podcast
How to Hunt Deer
How To Hunt Turkey
Hunt Detail
The Range Podcast
The Southern Way
Nomadic Outdoorsman
UNCENSORED by GoWild
DIY Sportsman
Oklahoma Outdoors
Whitetail Experience
Antler Up
Missouri Woods & Water
Ohio Outdoors
Hound Dog Podcast Network
Pennsylvania Woodsman
The Western Rookie
The Huntavore
Whitetail Landscapes
Michigan Wild
Limbhanger Turkey Hunting Podcast
Hybrid Outdoors
Transition Wild
Southern Ground
The Average Conservationist
No Lowballers
Wisconsin Sportsman
Iowa Hunt & Fish
Freshwater Bite
Sahn Outdoors
Sportsmen's Empire