Less is More w/ Byron Horton

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In the latest episode of the Antler Up Podcast, host Jeremy has Byron Horton on the podcast from The Whitetail Experience.  Byron and Jeremy share the importance of setting goals for the post-season, allowing hunters to reflect on their achievements and identify areas for improvement. Byron shares his perspectives on scouting trips and shed hunting, emphasizing how these activities provide invaluable insights for future hunting seasons.

But it's not just about technology and gadgets. We also discuss the significance of relying less on technology, trusting one's instincts, and immersing oneself in the woods for a more authentic and fulfilling hunting experience.

Our conversation takes a turn towards the next generation, highlighting the benefits of getting kids outdoors. Byron sheds light on how exposing children to nature goes beyond physical activity, fostering a deeper appreciation for the environment.

As we venture deeper into the discussion, Byron encourages hunters to step outside their comfort zones, sharing personal stories of new experiences and the resulting personal growth. The uncertainty surrounding the future of hunting is also on the table, with concerns about pay-to-play hunting and the impact of hunting companies on the quality of the hunting experience.

For those looking to enhance the challenge, Byron explores the idea of going without trail cameras, adding an element of surprise and a heightened sense of adventure to the hunt. But the conversation doesn't stop there – we tackle the joy of tinkering with gear and trying new hunting methods, providing insights into how these aspects can significantly enhance the enjoyment of the sport.

Finally, we wrap up our conversation by exploring the camaraderie of hunting with friends and the thrill of planning random hunts. Byron shares anecdotes of unique and memorable experiences that have been created through these spontaneous adventures.

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

Stay tuned, stay safe, and Antler Up!

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