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September 4, 2022
Houndsman XP

Setting the Record Straight with Tree Dog Doc

Bear
Big Game
Dogs
Coon Hunting

Being right or trying to be the authority on every topic is not the goal. Getting the best info from the most qualified people is; even if it means admitting we got it wrong.

DVM Taylor Young, also known as Tree Dog Doc, joins host Chris Powell to go deeper into antibiotics and their proper use. They discuss the issue of evolving antibiotic resistances, the cautions about dexamethasone and much more.

September 4, 2022
Michigan Wild

Chasing Public w/ Vince and Audrey

Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

This week on the Michigan Wild Podcast, Marcus sits down with Vince Battiata and Audrey Hoag. Vince and Audrey are two passionate whitetail hunters who started their journey together in Tennessee, but have recently moved back home to the mitten and are diving headfirst into the whitetail scene in southwest Michigan. During today's conversation, we got to talk about spring and summer scouting, how to set yourself up for success as well as some stories from the field. This is a great conversation from start to finish and one that's sure to get you fired up for deer season. Be sure to check out Vince and Audrey and all of the great content that Chasing Public is putting out!

September 1, 2022
Pennsylvania Woodsman

Capitalizing on Opening Day In Special Regulation Archery Zones

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Whitetail

September is here, which means deer season has arrived!  That includes the special regulations season in Pennsylvania including units 5C, 5D, and 2B.  It's a fantastic opportunity to get in the deer woods slightly before the rest of the state.  On this week's episode of the Pennsylvania Woodsman, we chatted with someone who has found repeated success on opening day during this early season.  

Our guest Adam Pastrnak discusses his continued stewardship of the whitetail woods.  More of a self taught bow hunter, he is constantly consuming as much information as possible to help formulate a game plan during fall.  Through the school of hard knocks and trial and error, Adam has managed to come up with a system where he can connect on deer in the morning during early season.  We indulge into his learning curve and how he has evolved from stomping through brush to a more methodical approach in the whitetail woods.  It's a bow hunting conversation for anyone who is ready for opening day, wherever that may be!

September 1, 2022
Houndsman XP

The Truth: Dog Names, 80/20, Rules and SS Warm Up

Coon Hunting
Predator Hunting
Dogs

Host Josh Michaelis is joined by Houndsman XP creator Chris Powell for some straight talk about Coondog stuff. Josh and Chris talk about how they choose dog names. Is it ok to recycle names? How many Hammers are there?

Are we still stuck at 20% success rates in breeding? If so why? Can we do better or is the theory outdated?

Super Stakes is approaching rapidly. Chris and Josh talk about when and where it is. The format and what it takes to get there, pay outs and predictions of who will win.

Josh inquires about a few rule interpretations and gives a full report. It’s all in the episode of The Truth on the Houndsman XP Podcast Network.

September 1, 2022
The Hunting Gear Podcast

Gear B.S. Session

Whitetail
Bowhunting
Gear
Strategy

On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with the host of the Antler Up podcast, Jeremy Dinsmore, in a good old fashioned hunting gear BS Session. The guys discuss everything from saddle hunting equipment and their favorite boots to using ozone for scent control and their arrow setup. Long story short, this episode is just two serious hunters talking about the hunting gear they feel comfortable using throughout the season. Enjoy!

August 31, 2022
Whitetail Experience

Off Season BS Session

Big Game
Bowhunting
Elk
Whitetail

Dave has the gang over to the shed for a Sunday morning podcast while Byron is home with newborn.  They discuss the upcoming elk hunt.  Dove hunting and Squirrel hunting opens soon and the team plans their first dove hunt.  Whitetail prep is full swing and Dave has been doing some broadhead shooting and tuning.  They also get off topic a few times but overall have a solid off season BS session.

August 31, 2022
Nomadic Outdoorsman

A Variety of Virginia Game

Bear
Bowhunting
Whitetail
Bird

On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman Dan talks with Virginia outdoorsman Cole Bitler about his love for hunting and the variety of animals that Virginia has to offer.

Cole is a self-taught hunter from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Cole comes from a hunting family and started deer hunting at the age of 11. Cole got into bow hunting during high school and now enjoys muzzleloader hunting as well. Cole is incredibly blessed to have access to almost 1000 acres of private land on which he can chase deer, doves, turkey, bear, and geese. He regularly gets to share the woods with his dad, younger sisters and nephew and he loves sharing stories about all of his adventures.

August 31, 2022
Southern Ground

Tennessee Velvet Monarch | Team Hunting A Public Land Booner Actually Worked!

Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land
Bowhunting

Today we're recapping our hot, miserable trip to hunt the Tennessee Velvet Hunt. Parker's joined by Jacob Emery, Taylor Philpot, Clay Harper & Jeremy Freeman to discuss the weekends events. This was truly an incredible experience from finding out the buck exists, making a game plan with a group of like-minded hunters, and then ultimately pulling the trigger on a true world class whitetail. Unlike most hunting stories, this isn't just an individual person who got to enjoy the experience. Instead, it's a team of people who were able to successfully pull of a "team hunt" in some incredibly harsh conditions. 

August 31, 2022
Nine Finger Chronicles

Catching Up With T-Bone

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy

Many of you know Travis "T-Bone" Turner from his hunting show the Bone Collector. Within the last couple year Travis has had to endure some life altering health issues resulting in the amputation of one of his legs. Dan and Travis walk through those health issues and how they have have undoubtedly affected both his personal life and career. You might think that someone in his position might start feeling sorry for themselves, and he admittedly had some bad days, but as you will hear he has an awesome support group and has kept a positive state of mind.

And what would a conversation with a passionate deer hunter and land manager be without a dive in to the upcoming season and what his plans are now that he will have to think a little harder on how and where he hunts. This is another great episode with a passionate deer hunter who just loves the game he chases, the land they live one, and overall zest for life.

August 31, 2022
How to Hunt Deer

Is Early Season the Best Time to Tag a Mature Buck? with Josh Honeycutt

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

In this episode of the How to Hunt Deer podcast, Josh talks with outdoor writer Josh Honeycutt about his approach to hunting early season bucks.

Josh Honeycutt is an outdoor writer and accomplished deer hunter who lives in Kentucky. He's had the opportunity to hunt deer in many different states at all times of the season, and he believes the early season just might be the bet time to tag a specific mature buck. In this episode, the guys discuss Josh's approach to hunting the early season, how he locates deer, hunting mornings in the early season, and a whole lot more. Thanks for listening!

August 30, 2022
Wisconsin Sportsman

Rules & Regs Refresh and a Day in the Life of a Conservation Warden with Matt Koshollek

Big Game
Bowhunting
Whitetail
Public Land

Wisconsin’s archery deer season is a little more than two weeks away! As you wrap up all your last minute prep, be sure to make brushing up on the rules and regulations a normal part of your preseason ritual. Every year, outdoorsmen receive warnings and citations for issues that could have been easily avoided. Toward that end, this week’s guest is Matt Koshollek, Conservation Warden for Dane County in Southern Wisconsin.

Matt is a lifelong outdoorsman and spends much of his time enjoying the natural resources that Wisconsin has to offer. In this episode, Josh and Matt cover a day in the life of a Conservation Warden, dealing with drunk bears, and some common (easily avoidable) wildlife violations Matt encounters. Enjoy!

August 30, 2022
Houndsman XP

The Journey: Getting the Most From Your Pup

Big Game
Coon Hunting
Predator Hunting
Dogs

Heath Hyatt, host of The Journey on the Houndsman XP Network, is a master trainer. In this episode he and Chris Powell discuss the developmental stages of pups.

The conversation, provoked by Professional Outfitter Leon Brown, covers the different stages and the crucial timing to teach your pup. Listeners will get a breakdown of each developmental stage and what hopeful trainers can teach during those stages.

The information in this episode is a must listen for anyone training performance dogs that wants to develop Xtreme Performance.

August 30, 2022
Ohio Outdoors

Deer Podcast OG’s- Dan Johnson and Mark Kenyon

Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail
Big Game

When you think outdoors/deer hunting podcasts, a couple of the OG’s, Mark Kenyon and Dan Johnson, sat down with the guys to talk deer hunting.  The conversation starts with a little history lesson in the Wired to Hunt legacy, with Dallas and a young Mark. Paul and Andrew then take to the escouting world, and attempt to run down a location with Mark and Dan.  Poor Mark and Dan had to work hard to deal with a couple of incompetent hunters. The conversation was a good one with more to come in the future.

Paul and Andrew have had a busy past week.  Andrew’s recovering from his knee operation, but back in the saddle soon.  Paul is gearing up for his opening days of duck hunting season.  Both guys spent some time at Vance’s over the weekend at the Tethrd teach and train event.  The event was spectacular and very well done.  News around the state covers the new Cadet class, status of Indian Lake’s unwanted vegetation, and a new H2Ohio initiative in Montgomery County.  Paul pokes a sleeping bear when he tries to draw out Andrew’s political feelings.  Let it be know that this will never become a political show!  Enjoy!

August 30, 2022
The Average Conservationist

The Exception, Not the Rule w/ George Cathey

Conservation
Habitat
Public Land
Big Game

Joining Marcus on The Average Conservationist Podcast this week is George Cathey. George is the owner of 2% Certified Oxbow Ecological Engineering. Oxbow uses civil and ecological engineering practices to help solve various problems and issues facing wildlife. Growing up in New Mexico and spending most of his life outdoors, George has been able to combine his love for problem solving and wildlife to better habitat throughout the west. George has such a strong conviction for what he does that he often finds himself helping out in  phases of projects where others would pass the job off and looking for opportunities to get his hands dirty. After listening to this episode you'll easily be inspired to want to get out and give back to your local wildlife in any way that you can.

August 30, 2022
Antler Up

Zach Ferenbaugh of THP Talks Early Season Hunts, Gear Setups, Whitetail Scouting Philosophy & MORE

Bowhunting
Big Game
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

On this week's episode Dimitri and I were joined by Zach Ferenbaugh from The Hunting Public! Zach needs no introduction into the show and we got right into it from the start!  This was a really fun conversation with Zach because I had the opportunity to hang out with Zach this past July at a Tethrd Teach-N-Train Tour event in Iowa.  It was awesome to see him interact with people that attended the event and we had the chance to catch up afterwards.  Some of the topics in today’s episode were from that conversation and I knew I wanted Zach to come on and dive deeper into those for the listeners and have him pick up where he left off!  

To start things off in the podcast Zach mentions briefly what his first hunt is going to be and where!  This then caused us to go down a rabbit hole of what gear adjustments he either already has made or will make for that trip and the rest of the season.  Those of you that have followed the podcast know I love talking to individuals about their gear!  After this topic Zach shares how his whitetail scouting philosophy has evolved over the last few years and what his objectives are!  I loved this part because Zach shares how to read sign correctly to hunt THAT sign NOW and not being married to a specific spot. He really goes deep into this topic and I personally took a lot away from this part and I believe you will too!  It truly was great to get this information out.  Some stories were shared as well that go along with this topic.  We wrap up the podcast with chatting about how to manage your mentality during the hunting season.  We all know those down times come during the season and Zach shares his thoughts on it and what he does to keep that positive mindset going during the season!   This was a total blast to record and I hope you like it!  Enjoy today’s episode & thanks for tuning in!! ANTLER UP!!

August 30, 2022
Michigan Wild

Michigan Wild Introduction

Bowhunting
Fishing
Whitetail
Public Land
Strategy

On this episode of the Michigan Wild Podcast, host Marcus Ewing talks about what's to come on this newly launched state specific podcast. Marcus talks about the types of guests he'll be having on each week along with what he feels makes Michigan such a great and unique state for anyone looking to get outside. Be sure to tune in each week and hear from a great list of guests hailing from this great state to talk all things Michigan and the outdoors!

August 30, 2022
Michigan Wild

The Huntavore w/ Nick Otto

Bowhunting
Cooking
Whitetail
Fishing

Joining Marcus for the first episode of the Michigan Wild Podcast is fellow podcaster and Michigander, Nick Otto. Nick is the host of the Huntavore Podcast that teaches listeners about wild game cooking. The guys kick things off talking about the traditions and heritage that Michigan has along with what makes Michigan so great. From there Nick gets into cooking wild game and some tips for anyone just getting into cooking wild game. The guys round out the conversation with some rapid fire Q&A and what Nick has in store for this hunting season. If you're looking for a great educational podcast on cooking wild game, be sure and check out Nick's podcast on Sportmen's Empire.

August 29, 2022
Oklahoma Outdoors

Oklahoma Mountain Bucks with Surrender Outdoors

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

One thing most people just don't realize about Oklahoma is how diverse it is. Today's episode of the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast highlights one of the lesser known habitats in Oklahoma, the mountains that dominate the South Eastern portion of the state. Michael Harrell grew up in those mountains, and today hosts a successful hunting show called Surrender Outdoors. On this week's episode, Michael and John discuss all the challenges a person faces when trying to hunt the big mature whitetails that call this area home. Many people are drawn to this area for the rugged landscape and large bucks that dwell within it, but Michael assures anyone interested that it is not for the faint of heart!

Michael and John cover a lot of the usual hunting topics, but from a mountain whitetail perspective. It's pretty hard to grow a foodplot on rocks, and with such drastic elevation changes, thermals often trump wind. John and many Oklahomans have the headache of dealing with hogs, but have you ever tried to keep a black bear off your bait pile? This episode is as unique as the terrain it covers, and Michael does a great job of teaching people what he has learned in his many years of hunting this remote and beautiful landscape!

August 29, 2022
The Western Rookie

Louisiana Born, Colorado Made

Big Game
Bowhunting
Elk
Public Land
Whitetail

On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan talks with Stephen Walker, a pastor and avid big game hunter from Colorado.

Stephen is an avid hunter and father of 3. He has been married 24 yrs to his wife Charity. He is also a Pastor and speaker. Stephen was born and raised in Louisiana. His first experiences with hunting was chasing wild boars with dogs. From there he started hunting whitetails at 12, turkey at 25 and went on his first elk hunt in 2009 at the age of 29. Since then he has fallen in love with western hunting and continues to chase mule deer and elk in Colorado and Arizona and whitetail in Georgia and Lousiana. Shed hunting is one of his greatest passions. He and Dan discuss everything about western hunting and Stephen informs Dan of the endless possibilities when it comes to finding and selling giant deer and elk sheds.

August 29, 2022
Missouri Woods & Water

Hunting On A Budget

Big Game
Bowhunting
Elk
Public Land
Strategy

This week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast, with the return of Andy, we get to sit down with Tracy Breen and talk about hunting on a budget.  Tracy has been an outdoor writer and marketing consultant in the outdoor industry for over 20 years and became a pro, especially in his younger days, at learning how to pull off hunts he wanted to go on while on a tight budget.  To start the show off, Tracy floors us by telling us about something he does that we have never heard of; turkey hunting with dogs.  Then we get into things like skimping on food, over indulging on footwear, and the importance of a pack.  We also get into the importance of clothes, which transitions us into a conversation about Hunworth and their new Heat Boost line of cold weather gear.  Tracy has perfected the art of hunting on a budget to the point that he actually wrote a book about it.  It is titled "Big Game On A Budget."  Check it out on his website www.tracybreen.com.  Thanks for listening!

August 29, 2022
Whitetail Landscapes

Water, Waterholes, Drought and Better Deer Hunting

Big Game
Bowhunting
Habitat
Whitetail

In this podcast Todd Shippee (Empire Land Management) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the significance of water, waterholes, drought and how to establish better tactics around deer hunting. Todd dives into the world of waterholes and Jon details the habitat side of water. Todd explains how to handle drought in your area and strategies surrounding food plots. Jon and Todd discuss the benefits of water and property layout, as well as nutritional demands of deer. Jon and Todd discuss the negatives of not buying property with water.

Jon discusses the volume of water required to support food plots and Todd provides examples of how he supplements crops that lack water because of weather. Jon and Todd compare vegetation and water resources and what becomes a priority to deer, especially during hunting season. Todd details where he considers putting ponds and waterholes on his client’s properties. Todd explains other reasons deer are drawn to water sources.

Todd suggests a certain type of waterhole that creates instantaneous and higher usage by deer. Todd discusses how to install a waterhole. Jon details locations he prefers to locate waterholes and why in the Eastern United States waterholes are not as big of a trend as in the Midwest or Western part of the country.  Todd explains how to maintain waterholes and tricks he uses that are simple. Todd discusses adding supplements to waterholes to support deer and other animals. Todd explains putting in wildlife scrapes and a planting strategy that will be highly attractive to deer.

August 28, 2022
Nine Finger Chronicles

A Hunting Buddy Dilemma

Strategy
Public Land
Whitetail
Bowhunting

On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with a New York hunter whose best friend and hunting buddy, wants big buck results with spike work ethic. We all have the one friend that wants to kill big bucks, but never does any of the work necessary to accomplish the task, some may even say they complain a little... but you would never say that about best hunting buddy, or would you? This is a fun episode that is probably relatable to many of you!

August 28, 2022
The Huntavore

Pressure Cooker of Emotions

Big Game
Bowhunting
Conservation
Cooking

On this episode of Huntavore, pressure builds as season openers draw near, and Nick is presented with an opportunity to hunt elk in Montana.  The combination of exciting new experiences along with adventure in a brand new environment builds a pressure of anxiousness, nervousness and excitement.  Speaking of pressure, One of Nick’s tasks this week is to turn heavily worked venison cuts into easy bags of shredded goodness that can help with midweek meal prep.  Seal up those valves, pressure is about to build on this episode of Huntavore.

With 13 days left (at the time of this recording) before a group a hunting buddies and myself head out to Montana.  This will be a lot of firsts for me; first hunt out of state, first hunt for elk, first hunt from a truck/backpack.  Even with all the preparations and training, and conditioning I feel the pressure of the unknown.  It’s an exciting pressure, thrill of adventure, yet the daunting thoughts of what’s next, and what should I expect are ever present.  (Side note). After I recorded this, a practice session with the bow helped my anxiety.

Along with returning safely, I’m ok with either outcome; no elk, amazing backpacking trip, or we get elk and bring home glorious meat.

Now to bring things back around to meat.  One of Nick’s tasks is to prepare a batch of shredded venison that can be used in the months ahead.  Loading up the instapot and seasoning with salt, pepper, and garlic will produce a great tasting base shredded veni, for a whole number of dishes. Vac these into 1lb bags and back to the freezer.  Because they are cooked and packed with the drippings makes for a quick warm up final add of seasoning toward whatever you want to make.

A dish that I will do in my enameled dutch oven will be Hank’s Veni Barbacoa, recipe here:

https://honest-food.net/barbacoa-recipe-venison/

August 28, 2022
Houndsman XP

World Champion, Hall of Fame and Bobcat Hunter; Asa Briggs

Big Game
Bear
Coon Hunting
Dogs
Predator Hunting

To describe Asa Briggs, it would have to be unassuming. His accomplishments do not reflect in his character. He is a quiet guy that doesn’t draw a lot of attention to himself when he is at an event until he turns a hound loose. People, when asked, describe as “always packing a nice dog” or “if he shows up at an event he has a real chance of winning”.

Houndsman XP host, Chris Powell traveled to north central Michigan and had a chat with Asa about hounds, competition coonhunting, bobcat hunting and hall of fame dogs. Asa shared a bit about his breeding philosophies and preparation for big events.

Listeners will get a real treat to hear from this Xtreme Performance Houndsman.

August 26, 2022
The Hunting Gear Podcast

Hunting Tech & Electronics

Whitetail
Big Game
Gear
Strategy

On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with Andrew Muntz of the Ohio Outdoors podcast about electronic and tech hunting products. The guys discuss everything from electronic archery sights and cell cams to ozone machines, e-bikes and hunting apps on your phone and computer. This is just another great BS session about hunting gear and equipment.

August 25, 2022
How to Hunt Deer

How to Plan Your Hunting Access

Big Game
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

We’re now coming to the end of August. Food plots are planted, stands are hung, and the cameras are in the field doing their work. Are you forgetting anything? One often overlooked part of deer hunting is access. Many hunters pay little to no attention to how they access their properties or their stands, figuring the quickest way from point A to point B is a straight-line. But bullet proof access, or at least really good access, is one of the most critical things when it comes to upping your odds of taking a mature buck.

In this episode of the How to Hunt Deer podcast, Josh talks with Dan Johnson about accessing difficult properties and stand locations. Dan hunts on permission properties in Iowa that are often difficult to access without alerting deer. Add to this that these properties often receive pressure from other hunters taking the easy way in and out, and you quickly realize just how intentional Dan needs to be with his access. Dan covers creative access means like bikes and boats, using terrain to your advantage, and how he plans to stay undetected on a new piece of ground he just gained permission on this year.

August 25, 2022
Pennsylvania Woodsman

Hardcore Canada Goose Hunting Action

Bird
Dogs
Strategy
Gear

This week on the Pennsylvania Woodsman we chat with Garrett Regalski who is the owner of Fowl Intentions and co-owner of PA Boyz Outdoors.  Garrett eats, sleeps and breathes goose hunting and adjusts life around chasing the flyways.  For six months out of the year he is putting his shotgun through constant use and abuse in any weather you'd imagine.  Needless to say, opening day cannot come fast enough!.

Garrett shares a ton of his experiences and details how his scouting leads to success.  A ton of miles get put on the vehicles to locate and pattern birds during preseason.  He also discusses calling techniques, decoying, equipment, and much much more.  It's an episode that will aggravate an itchy trigger finger and make your shoulder hurt just thinking about slinging some steel!

August 25, 2022
Houndsman XP

Ask Me Anything Friday

Bear
Big Game
Coon Hunting
Dogs
Strategy

Ask Me Anything Friday, for future reference AMA Friday, is an opportunity for listeners to submit questions about hounds, training, hound lifestyle, hunting, get questions or what to buy your wife for Valentine’s Day. There is nothing off limits.

On this first edition of AMA Friday, host Chris Powell and Heath Hyatt, who is hosting the Wednesday edition of the wildly popular “The Journey”, tackle the questions from listeners. Heath and Chris discuss:

  • Babbling
  • Excessive barking
  • Shyness
  • Jacob Campbell’s new roll as event organizer
  • Finished bear dogs

And more!!!

August 24, 2022
Nomadic Outdoorsman

Preserving Land for the Next Generation

Conservation
Public Land
Big Game
Bowhunting
Fishing

On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman Dan talks with Skyler Watkins about his plan to secure hunting and fishing property for the future generations.

Skyler started guiding hunts at 14 and has worked in the field ever since. After years in the industry traveling the country hunting and fishing as well as guiding many clients to successful outdoor adventures, Skyler started The Wild U which is an unbiased and non judgmental space for outdoorsmen and women to grow in their knowledge and experience of outdoor activities. He has since started a non profit called 4Progeny, an organization designed to take a stand against anti hunting legislation and governmental agendas by purchasing private land through crowd sourced funding to be held in a non profit organization for use by the public hunting community. Dan and Skyler talk all about how we can each take a small step towards preserving land that will collectively make a huge difference.

August 24, 2022
DIY Sportsman

Breaking Down new Public Properties with Shane Simpson

Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail
Big Game

On today's podcast episode I have Shane Simpson on as a guest. While Shane has hunted a ton of different public hunting properties over the years, in the past two years he's begun a focus to try and learn a new, large piece with the intent to build a library of information and continue to focus on it for years to come. It's somewhat similar to what I've done on a couple properties. So the episode focuses mainly on the multiyear strategy to learn as much as you can each year while also having realistic expectations about what can be achieved each step of the way. We cover summer scouting, spring scouting, trail cameras, talking with other local hunters, focusing on rut vs bed hunting, the fall shift, and more. 

We also touch on some of the tracking data collected from over 150 deer recoveries with Shane's dog Callie. Shane and a friend of his had distilled the information down to determine what factors for broadhead and shot style led to the highest chance of recovery along with what some of the key findings were for order of operations with grid searching. 

August 24, 2022
Southern Ground

Ground Attack For Big Bucks with Josh Ilderton

Bowhunting
Big Game
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

Josh Illderton from the Untamed joins the SGH podcast this week to talk about his strategy for hunting and killing mature bucks from the ground. Josh mixes a little bit of western strategy into his style of hunting, that he believes directly gives him more opportunity than your typical tree saddle or stand hunter. It'd be hard to argue his resume as well! If you're looking for an out of the box approach, this might be a great episode for you.

August 23, 2022
Wisconsin Sportsman

Hunting Elk in...Wisconsin!?

Big Game
Bowhunting
Conservation
Public Land

The state of Wisconsin offers an absolute plethora of opportunities for the outdoorsman. From hiking to fishing to hunting all sorts of critters, the options are vast! But did you know you can hunt elk in Wisconsin? Every year, a lucky few are fortunate enough to draw tags for Wisconsin’s small but growing elk herd, offering a rare opportunity to hunt these animals east of the Mississippi River for Wisconsin residents. But how did they get here? And what’s next for the herd?

In this episode of the Wisconsin Sportsman podcast, Josh talks with Joshua Spiegel, Jennifer Price Tack, Christine Anhalt-Depies of the Wisconsin DNR about Wisconsin’s elk herd. These three work to help research and manage Wisconsin’s elk herd. If you love conservation, Wisconsin, and elk, this episode is for you. Enjoy!

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Learn more about Wisconsin elk

August 23, 2022
Nine Finger Chronicles

Don't Leave Deer To Find Deer

Whitetail
Public Land
Strategy

On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with Jason Thibodeau about the positives and negatives of an out of state hunt they went on together. Dan and Jason connected through social media and found out that they had planned on hunting the same areas in the same state. This led the guys to planning this trip together because of where they lived and other matching logistics. But, the trip wasn't all butterflies and rainbows. The guys discuss all of the issues they had with the lack of communication between them as well as other hurdles they faced on this trip. If you are thinking about going on an of state hunt with a stranger, this is an episode for you.

August 23, 2022
Houndsman XP

The Journey: Adding Years to your Dog’s Performance

Big Game
Dogs
Coon Hunting
Bear
Predator Hunting

Do you use supplements for your hounds joints?

While in Orlando, Heath sits down with the Co-owner, Olivier Morin, of 1-TDC and talks about how oral and joint care can add years to your hounds performance.  Olivier goes over how dental care boosts the dogs overall health. He explains how 1- TDC works and all the different uses for it and how it differs from other oral and joint supplements. There is a surprise use that may put your hounds back in the field faster than other products. Olivier talks about how some of the top dogs in agility- frisbee and sledding are using this product. Heath is going to use the product on several dogs and give updates on how it is working. This is something we may overlook in our everyday maintenance of our hounds. 

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August 23, 2022
Ohio Outdoors

Hanging around with Adrian Wilson of Tethrd

Big Game
Bowhunting
Strategy
Public Land
Whitetail

The guys were able to take some time to “hang out” with Adrian Wilson from Tethrd.  Adrian works within the marketing and sales side of things over at Tethrd.  He’s a long time hunter, and genuine good dude.  He covers his love of whitetails, the basics of saddle hunting, and what to expect in the future.

The boys were on the road this week, up in Waterford Wisconsin to check out a conservation fundraiser held by the folks over at Half Rack. Half rack is a hunting accessory company founded in Wisconsin and based on the 2% for Conservation mentality.  The event was a huge success with over $15,000 raised for conservations.  Thousands of dollars of raffle prizes, good beer, and a heck of a time hanging out with friends from across the industry. Lots of news around the state, but don’t forget that this weekend August 27 from 10-4 at Vance’s in Hebron is the Tethrd Teach and Train event.  If you ever wanted to get the ins and outs of saddle hunting you will have some of the best in the world on hand to give you the run down.

August 23, 2022
The Average Conservationist

Community for the Wild

Big Game
Conservation
Bowhunting
Elk
Public Land

This week on the Podcast, Marcus is joined by Chris Spencer and Dr. Adam Ford from the film Community For The Wild. Community For The Wild is a film that was put together to capture the work being done by a group of biologists and volunteers studying the mule deer herd in the southern range of British Columbia. Adam and Chris talk about the role they played in the project along with the struggles of the project, what they learned and what is to come next. Be sure and check out the film at the link below on youtube and if you're in the area see how you can get involved in the next phase of the project.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCd36Yzk6Dk

August 23, 2022
Antler Up

Marcus Smith of Black Ovis Talks Western Hunting & Gear

Big Game
Gear
Elk
Whitetail
Public Land

Hey everyone, welcome to episode 135 of the Antler Up Podcast!

On this week's episode I was joined by Marcus Smith from Black Ovis! Most of you know Black Ovis as your one stop shop when it comes to all things hunting gear like archery equipment, boots, clothing, backpacking gear and a ton more.  I had the opportunity to meet Marcus at this past year's ATA show in KY and knew I wanted to get him on the show.  Well better late than ever and I had a great time talking to Marcus about a few different topics when it comes to hunting and gear!

We start out this episode with Marcus sharing his background in marketing and how being a professional skier led him to his job with Black Ovis.  Marcus then talks about growing up chasing elk in UT and now his passion is bowhunting!  I love these stories because you can really hear it in his voice how much this means to him.  This episode wouldn’t be complete until we really got into talking about some gear.  With western hunting in full swing I asked Marcus what his must have pieces of gear and more! The last bit we discuss is how the new laws in UT regarding trail cameras and how the law has altered his strategy.  Enjoy today’s episode & thanks for tuning in!! ANTLER UP!!

August 22, 2022
The Western Rookie

One State Away But a Whole New World

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Elk
Gear

On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan talks with Zach Schroeder, a Minnesota native who’s passion for playing football had to take a back seat to his love for the outdoors.

Zach is a 22 year old outdoorsman that grew up in the small town of Paynesville, MN. Zach has been hunting since he was 5 years old, it started with a bow for his birthday and then his first bb gun which he used to chase chipmunks with on his grandma's property.  Before long he started tagging along on deer, turkey and duck hunts with his dad. Zach had a lot of success in the woods from age 11-14 and then football started and hunting got pushed aside. Zach and his buddies tried to get every bit of hunting in while they weren’t on the field but it was limited to Saturday and Sunday after games. Now that Zach is in college he decided to quit football to give himself more time to go hunting.  Zach and Dan discuss the transition from sports to the outdoors and the preparation that is going into Zach’s first western hunt.

August 22, 2022
Missouri Woods & Water

Arron Bleise: The Fall Podcast

Big Game
Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy

The week on the show the guys get to talk with Arron Bleise, host of The Fall Podcast about his two year quest after a buck nicknamed "Super Six". Some of our listeners may already know about this deer and story, but we thought the story about the hunt and recovery of Arron's deer was too good not to do another. This hunt and recovery is the epitome of seeing a hunt all the way through. Many people who shoot and injure a deer give up trying to recover it way too easily, and Arron's story is a good example of perseverance and doing everything in your power to recover the deer you shot. This story is full of ups and downs as well as some great learning points for all of us. Thanks to Arron for coming on with us and telling the story of this hunt again. Be sure to check out Arron's episode about it as well as his show with Working Class Bowhunter at the links below.  

The Fall Podcast Episode 188 About Super Six

Working Class Bowhunter Episode 483 With Arron

August 22, 2022
Whitetail Landscapes

Logging and Property Layout

Big Game
Habitat
Conservation
Whitetail

In Part 2 of the logging conversation Josh Streichert (JWS Logging) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the process and issues they experience on the job sites. Jon explains the building blocks to a successful environment, and how-to bring changes to your hunting property in a larger way. Josh explains the payment process and gets into user questions on evaluating timber quality, scaling and selling timber, stumpage prices and estimating timber volume.

Josh discusses the timeframe for harvesting timber and methods he uses to sell and get the landowner the most value. Josh and Jon explain failures that they experienced in the field. Jon discusses the importance of soil, hydrology, and rutting hazards that can impact a job negatively. Josh discusses the differences in equipment and the potential side effects of various equipment options.

Josh and Jon go into detail on how to set up a hunting property, while considering timber. Both explain how to implement the property plan and consider the difficulties that might be experienced when working through the process of layout and harvesting. Josh explains his process of setting up logging roads, access trails, maintenance of trails and food plot locations.  Jon discusses silvicultural soil scarification and the related benefits. Josh explains how not to damage trees while transporting to the landing sites. Josh explains when to clean up the logging trails and method to evaluate tree volume.

August 21, 2022
Oklahoma Outdoors

Essential Gear for Hunters

Big Game
Bowhunting
Gear
Whitetail

Last weekend John had the honor of leading a session at the National Wild Turkey Federation's deer conference in Oklahoma City. The conference was intended to help bring in and educate new hunters from across the state, and the turnout was very encouraging for the future of hunting! John decided why stop at only those who could attend though, so this week's episode of the Oklahoma Outdoors podcast is all about gear. John will be going over all the essential gear a person needs to get out in the woods and confidently harvest a deer. For the non beginner listeners, this episode still has something for you. After John goes through the essentials, he runs down his entire gear list for the upcoming season. Bow, rifle, broadheads, binoculars, knife, treestands, popup blinds, and everything in between, he talks about why he bought it and if he would buy it again.

For John's talk, he broke the gear into three categories: Essential, Recommended, and nice to have. John is a firm believer that gear should never be the reason a person chooses not to hunt, and most people probably don't need nearly as much gear as television shows or advertisements would lead them to believe. Are binoculars nice to have, sure, but are they really essential? Listen to this week's podcast to hear John's take on binoculars and loads of other gear.

August 21, 2022
Houndsman XP

Choosing the Right Bullet for your Shooting Iron

Bear
Dogs
Predator Hunting

Do you want to start a good argument at bear camp? This is a topic that will get folks fired up. It rivals Ford vs Chevy and what color of hound you hunt with. We are talking caliber selection and bullets.

Caleb Barnett is the Firearms Trainer and Instructor for Underwood Ammo. Underwood produces high quality, deep penetrating, high performing ammunition for rifles and handguns. Caleb is here to discuss bullet types, their performance, design and their real world applications.

-are big calibers necessary?

-what bullets are effective?

-am I putting the right bullet in my firearm to be effective?

-am I shooting a bullet that will over or under penetrate?

We will stack up side by side comparisons of popular handgun calibers and bullet designs that are being toted to the bay ups and break them down with real world info.

Whether you are looking for your first handgun or you have been packing a hand cannon for years, there is valuable info here for you to chew on before you buy your next box of ammo.

www.underwoodammo.com

August 18, 2022
Pennsylvania Woodsman

60 Years of Bowhunting Tradition in One Weekend

Big Game
Bowhunting
Whitetail

On this week's episode of the Pennsylvania Woodsman we are chatting with Phil Holcombe about the Pennsylvania Bowhunters Festival.  Phil is now the third generation leading with his team of volunteers to make this event happen annually.  It is the oldest gathering of bowhunters in the world!  It's an opportunity for fellowship, comradery, archery shooting, networking, and just pure bowhunting fun!

Phil shares with us some of the history of the festival as it began with his Grandfather and Great Uncles over 60 years ago in Forksville, PA.  One of the most memorable parts of this shoot is the novelty running deer shoot, and Phil discusses the engineering occured to develop this attractive target!  There are also numerous courses throughout the fairgrounds that make the event too big to handle in a single day. Not to mention the food and vendors that are present every year.  This event is held annually in September and is something that is fun for the whole family.  Tune in to hear all about it, and check out pabowhunters.com for more information about the event and how you can join this year!

August 18, 2022
Nine Finger Chronicles

Is It Too Late For Food Plots?

Bowhunting
Strategy
Public Land
Whitetail

On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with the host of the Pennsylvania Woodsman, Mitch Shirk, about late summer foot plots. Mitch is a habitat management expert who gives us a little insight in to some late summer food plot tips, tricks, and tactics. Long story short, Mitch explains that there is still time to get some in some last minute habitat work before the start of the hunting season.

August 18, 2022
Houndsman XP

The Truth: Coonhunter Call Out

Coon Hunting
Dogs
Bear
Big Game
Predator Hunting

Josh Michaelis is back and is joined by the creator of the Houndsman XP Podcast, Chris Powell and the Host of The Journey, Heath Hyatt to discuss the current state of coonhunting. The crew will challenge every coonhunter to step up and join the fight against animal extremists that want to cancel hunting with hounds.

Only on The Truth on the Houndsman XP Podcast Network.

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August 17, 2022
Southern Ground

Beginner's Guide To Gator Hunting: Recapping Our First Alligator Hunt

Big Game
Gear
Predator Hunting
Public Land
Strategy

We're gonna take a step away from whitetails this week on the Southern Ground Hunting podcast to talk about recent successful gator hunt in South Alabama. If you're planning on taking on these big prehistoric lizards, you'll be able to listen to this and learn from our mistakes as well as some of the things we did right. One thing we can tell you for sure... it's a blast! If you get the chance, go on a gator hunt. You won't regret it.

August 17, 2022
Nomadic Outdoorsman

All About Missouri Hunting

Big Game
Bowhunting
Strategy
Whitetail

On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman Dan talks with Missouri native Levi Rightnowar about his passion for chasing America’s number one big game animal.

Levi is an avid hunter that has had a passion for the outdoors for as long as he can remember. He killed his first deer at 6 years old and has harvested at least one every year since. Levi has been sitting in the woods with his dad since 3 years old which is where the addiction for whitetail started for him. Even during turkey season Levi finds himself looking at travel routes, pinch points, and bedding for deer while walking around. Levi had spent his entire life having only hunted public land with the exception of a few rifle hunts on his grandparents 60 acre farm. Levi is a plumber by trade and his busy schedule keeps him out of the woods throughout the week but he hardly ever misses a weekend. Levi’s family has a small cabin in the middle of 4,000 acres of public land. Rifle season is like a holiday for him and his family. Levi and his friends recently started JAK’D outdoors and an outdoor podcast called The Relatable Outdoorsmen. Dan and Levi talk about everything Missouri has to offer.

August 17, 2022
Whitetail Experience

Heath Cisco: Off season and the moment of truth

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

Heath Cisco is a long time bowhunter from Ohio who got his start in the 1980s.  He has filmed for several web shows including Whitetail Addictions.  He has killed several hill country bucks and also does some traveling to other states.  

Topics discussed in this episode

-off season work

-the moment of truth

-"lefty" an Illinois Giant buck

-do deer have a 6th sense

-terrible hunting products from the 90s

-using a bee smoker to treat clothes...did it work

-late season bucks

-travel trailer build for bowhuntingCheck out some of Heaths hunts on Whitetail Addictions

August 17, 2022
How to Hunt Deer

How to Blood Trail Your Deer with Shane Simpson

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

Much of the content of this podcast, and many others, is focused on getting you a shot opportunity on a whitetail deer. But once you've taken the shot, what now? There's good news and bad news here. The bad news is, once the shot is fired, you can't control anything about the flight of your chosen projectile, the reaction of the animal, or the quality of the hit. The good news is, after the shot is fired, there are a lot of things you can make sure to execute perfectly to give you the best odds of recovering your deer.

In this episode of the How to Hunt Deer podcast, Josh talks with Shane Simpson about what to do after the shot and how to blood trail your deer. Shane is an avid hunter, and each fall, he undertakes lots of tracks with his dog Callie. Over the years, Shane has learned a thing or two about about blood trailing deer, like what you should do immediately after the shot, best practices when it comes to taking up the trail, and when to call in the help of a dog to track your deer. This episode is packed with info that will help you be more successful this fall.

If you’re not familiar with Shane, go check out his Youtube channel, Shane Simpson Hunting, where you can find videos of him tracking with Callie, his deer hunts, and a ton of turkey hunting content as well.

Shane's Youtube channel

Shane's Website

August 16, 2022
Wisconsin Sportsman

Last Minute Whitetail Prep for Public and Private Land

Bowhunting
Gear
Habitat
Public Land
Strategy

Wisconsin’s archery opener is fast approaching! Are you ready? It’s really easy to get behind on the work that makes for an enjoyable, successful deer season. If you’re behind, don’t fret! There’s still a few more weeks, and this episode is going to help point you in the right direction.

In this episode of the Wisconsin Sportsman Podcast, Josh talks with Sam Bilhorn of Whitetail Partners about last minute season prep. Sam shares what deer hunters, those on both public and private land, should be focusing during this final month heading into archery opener.

If you’re curious if Sam’s habitat design process might benefit you and your hunting property, check out his website, whitetailpartners.com or give him a call.

August 16, 2022
Houndsman XP

The Journey: All About the Tone

Dogs
Predator Hunting
Big Game
Bear
Coon Hunting

Heath welcomes Ariel Peldunas back to The Journey. In this episode they dive into the tone usage in hound training. There have been lots of questions about the tone since Ariel last appeared on the Houndsman XP Podcast (episodes 207 and 213). They break down every part of the tone and explain how houndsmen can use it for different applications. Ariel explains how trying to do too many things with the tone causes confusion. Heath and Ariel break the recall down step by step and pairing it with the tone. They talk about common mistakes in all dog training with the tone. Heath talks about capping drive when the hound is in its highest level of drive ( Prey Drive) and things to think about when using the tone and E-stimulation. This is shop talk at its best. Pull up a seat and grab that cup of coffee. Heath and Ariel get down to business on this one. Enjoy the Journey with us.

August 16, 2022
Nine Finger Chronicles

Why Is Iowa The Best Whitetail State?

Conservation
Strategy
Whitetail
Bowhunting

On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with Skip Sligh, owner of the Iowa Whitetail forum. The guys discuss what makes Iowa a great deer hunting state. Skip gives his raw and unfiltered opinion about some of the deer hunting rules and regulations that allow the Iowa deer herd thrive and for bucks to get to a higher age class. On the opposite side, Skip talks about some of the proposed regulations that would more than likely be a detriment to the heard like the introduction of crossbow hunting, non-resident land owner tag allocation, and always present fight with law makers, lobbyists, and special interest groups. 

Iowa is the mecca for big bucks and outstanding deer hunting, if we start to mess with that equation, things will change, and unless you are a land owner hunting access will become harder and harder. Not to mention the slide in deer herd. This is an excellent episode, that may be hard to swallow for some of you. Are you happy with the rules and regulations in your state?

August 16, 2022
Ohio Outdoors

Down on the Farm with Doug Duren

Conservation
Habitat
Whitetail
Turkey

This week the guys are honored to have Mr. Doug Duren on the show.  Doug is an experience land manager from Wisconsin.  Doug’s been in the heart of the CWD outbreak in Wisconsin, but has also dedicated a large amount of his time to help teach others about land management.  Being a good Midwestern guy, many of Doug’s messages hit home here in Ohio. 

Paul and Andrew have been VERY busy getting geared up for the fall.  Paul is inching his way up the tree in his saddle as he grows more and more comfortable with the set up.  With Andrew as his mentor, he may make it to 12 feet off the ground this fall!  Both of the guys met up with the crew from GoWild to do some walleye fishing up on Lake Erie over the past weekend.  The trip was great and something that should be on every Ohio Outdoorsmen’s to do list each year!  Enjoy the show, and make sure to check out some of the additional lottery hunts that the State of Ohio has opened up!!!

August 16, 2022
The Average Conservationist

Into the Deep End with Cody Wright

Big Game
Bowhunting
Conservation
Public Land

Sitting down with Marcus this week is Cody Wright. Cody is the owner and founder of 2% Certified Barbell Basecamp Fitness Lab. Barbell Basecamp is a training program to help prepare hunters for the physical and mental challenges they are going to face in the backcountry. Growing up on a ranch in Oklahoma, the outdoors has always been a big part of Cody's life, not only that, but Cody found weight lifting at a young age as well. It wasn't until Cody's first elk hunt and the challenges he faced that he realized how he could pair his two passions to help better prepare other hunters for the mountains. Barbell offers various training programs for all seasons to make sure you're at peak readiness when hitting the trailhead. If you're looking to prepare for your next western hunt, or just want to better your fitness level, be sure and check out Barbell Basecamp.

August 15, 2022
Missouri Woods & Water

A Season To Forget

Bowhunting
Strategy
Whitetail

This week on the show Nate and Micah talk with returning guest Ren Witte about his 2021 season and his pursuit of a buck he nicknamed Tupac.  Usually hunting stories told are that of success, but Ren's pursuit of this buck last year had to be one of the biggest series of horrible events we have ever heard from one hunt, let alone an entire season's worth.  Ren had one thing after another go wrong as he tried pinning down this buck, and after one crazy or bad thing would happen to him and he was ready to move on to the next chapter, another bad thing would happen.  All of the things that happened to Ren during last season were all out of his control, and can make a hunter feel very discouraged and make hunting very aggravating, the exact opposite effect it's supposed to have on us hunters.  Ren's story is one that hopefully encourages the listener to keep a positive mindset and to just keep your head down and working, no matter how bad you think it may get.  Ren's year last year is proof that it can always be worse.  We want to thank Ren for coming on to talk about his horrid year in the pursuit of Tupac.  In the real hunting world it's not always rainbows and sunshine, sometimes it's just a big shit show.  Thanks for listening!

August 15, 2022
The Western Rookie

Our Western Hunt Journey

Big Game
Bowhunting
Elk
Public Land

On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan talks with fellow podcaster Brian Krebs about similarities in their Western hunt story as well as what hunts are coming up for the 2022 season.

Brian is a passionate outdoorsman and businessman. He is the owner of Bull Elk Beard Oil and recently launched his outdoor entrepreneur podcast Two Bucks. Brian is a die hard whitetail deer and shed hunter but his recent passions have been taking him farther West.  Brian and Dan discuss the journey that has brought them both out of the midwest in the pursuit of big game animals across the country. They share stories from past hunts as well as preparation for their upcoming elk and mule deer seasons.

August 15, 2022
Whitetail Landscapes

Logging and Timber Sales 101

Bowhunting
Habitat
Whitetail
Conservation

In this podcast Josh Streichert (JWS Logging) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the importance of logging on the landscape. Josh explains how he sets the bar high when it comes to his clients and how the changes on the landscape can improve deer habitat, hunting, and other woodlot considerations. Josh breaks down the key considerations to hiring a logger or forester. Jon and Josh discuss timber sales and what strategy they employ when they set up bedding areas for deer.

Josh explains some basic and more in-depth strategies when it comes to client goals and what landowners need to do to establish trust when hiring a professional to cut their timber. Josh explains what landowners normally perceive as the most important aspect to hiring a logger or forester. Josh and Jon go through the steps a landowner should take to get a logger under contract and how to evaluate their own woodlot.

Josh discusses what trees to cut first, and his tactic to sustain timber across a property. Josh discusses the state of the timber market and where he expects it to go in the near term. Josh explains his most preferred time to cut timber. Jon and Josh discuss the buying and payment contract options that are used and the positives and negatives to either option.

August 14, 2022
Oklahoma Outdoors

Mobile Hunting gear with Out on a Limb

Bowhunting
Public Land
Whitetail
Gear

Today's whitetail hunters are becoming more and more mobile, and Out on a Limb is here to provide the gear folks need to make those split second moves as easy, quiet, and efficient as possible. Matt Garis joins the Oklahoma Outdoor Podcast this week to talk about their complete lineup of mobile gear and accessories. Matt and Out on a Limb started off making lightweight tree stands and climbing sticks, but have quickly made a name for themselves in the saddle hunting community with their rugged yet extremely light saddle platforms. All of Out on a Limbs products are machined and made right here in Oklahoma by passionate and experienced hunters, and if you get the opportunity to handle some of their products, the craftsmanship really shows. These stands and platforms are so lightweight it is almost an optical illusion when you pick them up, it just doesn't seem possible that they can be made out of metal.

After Matt and John finish the mobile gear talk, John dives into a little preseason hunt update. On his last trip out to the ranch he discovered the cows had destroyed everything, and he means everything. Luckily most of it was fairly easily fixed, and he got a little extra work done as well. He is preparing for his early season Nebraska hunt, and trying to finish up his preseason prep on the home place in Oklahoma.

August 14, 2022
Houndsman XP

World Champion Bull Rider to World Class Lion Hunter - Kody Lohstroh

Big Game
Dogs
Bear
Predator Hunting

PBR World Champion Bull Rider Kody Lohstroh joins Chris and Shorty for this episode of the Houndsman XP Podcast. Kody has been hunting his entire life. His professional bull riding career kept him busy, consuming a large amount of his time and mental focus to rise to the top of the sports world. However, he never lost his spark and passion to hunt. 

Hunting is a life sport. When we train our children and mentor young people into the hunting culture we train them for a lifestyle for a lifetime. Long after a person has to hang up the cleats, put down the ball or hang up the bull rope, hunting can fill the need to achieve excellence. 

Kody will talk about what it took to get to the top of the bull riding world and the crew will discuss the parallels that can be applied to hunting and success with hounds. Having a top hound or pack of hounds to catch large game or win a world championship in the coonhound world the same lessons apply. Maybe you have an up and coming sports star that wants to achieve greatness and needs some motivation and inspiration; get it from a world champion with a great message.

August 14, 2022
The Huntavore

What to do with Roasts, Besides Roast

Cooking
Big Game
Whitetail

On this episode of Huntavore, Nick is joined by Greg Tubbs, co-host of Okayest Hunter and an avid venison consumer.  Together, they tackle a question Nick has been asked a lot lately; What do I do with these roasts, besides roast it? If this is you, prepare to put those large cuts to work for you, as we explore cooking methods that take you from low and slow to hot and fast, as the guys try to lay out some ideas that best serve the cut, and save it from a slow death of freezer burn.  Get ready to thaw out the big top round on this episode of Huntavore.

Greg Tubbs is co-host of Okayest Hunter Podcast, and a long time avid venison eater.  Greg grew up on the stuff along with everything his family hunted and fished.  Greg was a perfect candidate to join me on this discussion of “what to do with large roasting cuts”.  That’s easy, roast it.  However it’s not that simple.  Not all of us have the time or need that much roast all to once.  As seasons around the country prepare to open, freezers are being ransacked for the arrival of new meat.  Which brings us to using these large cuts. 

Greg opens up with a rouladen, opening up the roast into a large flat sheet, spreading on a filling, rolling it back on itself and securing with string or toothpicks.  A slow cook and sear, followed by a slice across the grain has a fun pinwheel to serve.  If that doesn't wet the appetite with all the preparations, two easy routes would be to ground into burger or sliced thick, cross the grain for steaks.  Burgers and steak are easy for a Labor Day weekend along with a whole host of things to make throughout the winter.  One steak dish Nick’s like is a swiss steak recipe from his in-laws where instead of beef round comes venison bottom round.  Butterflied to make a double steak and tenderized (10” lodge skillet will do the trick).  Season with salt and pepper, get it browned on the outside, and let simmer in a pool of gravy or cream of mushroom soup.  Served alongside mashed potatoes and you got a rib sticker that will power you through those afternoon chores.  Next was several ideas where thin slices would be helpful; stir fry, philly cheese on a griddle, jerky.  If large cuts intimidate you, there is no shame in spreading it all out.  To close, Greg and Nick circle back to leaving the cuts whole.  A sunday roast is worth saving, and when made into pot roast cant be beat.  Pastrami or any type of brined/cured and smoked meat will please a hungry crowd and re-freeze quite well.

Hank Shaw’s Venison Pastrami:  https://honest-food.net/venison-pastrami-recipe/#recipe

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