Hey everyone, welcome to episode 2010 of the Antler Up Podcast!
On this week's episode, I had the pleasure of having Jared Shaffer on the show to delve into his hunting escapades over the past year. Having the opportunity to fill a few buck tags from various states like West Virginia, Ohio, and Indiana, and PA, Jared unfolded his triumphs with traditional bows and the hurdles encountered in diverse hunting terrains. Amidst missed opportunities and setbacks, Jared's unwavering optimism persists as he continues to pursue his profound passion for hunting. The episode delves into Jared's reflections on the season, unveiling key takeaways that include trusting instincts, overcoming challenges, and adapting to dynamic hunting scenarios.
Jared sheds light on his experiences while hunting on public land, emphasizing the importance of perseverance and not succumbing to adversity. The discussion also delves into Jared's future plans, his eagerness to explore new hunting spots and states, and the instrumental role his hunting setup plays when on these hunts. As Jared reflects on the season, he expresses excitement for upcoming Tethrd videos, providing a source of inspiration and entertainment for fellow hunters.
Takeaways from the episode include the benefits of hunting close to home, the unique and enjoyable experience offered by traditional bows, the significance of scouting and adaptability for success, and the resounding message that staying positive and persistent can pave the way for successful hunts. Overall, Jared's stories and insights serve as a captivating and motivational experience for hunting enthusiasts. Stay tuned for more hunting adventures and inspiration in the episodes to come!
Stay tuned, stay safe, and Antler Up!