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July 25, 2024
Nine Finger Chronicles

Grandaddy’s Duck Call & Texas Hunting With Caden Kyles

Waterfowl
Strategy
Public Land

Caden Kyles, owner and call builder with CK Custom Calls, joins Brian on the show. Caden became interested in waterfowl hunting through his grandfather who told him stories of Arkansas timber holes covered in ducks. He also gave him his first duck call and that began a love for hand made duck calls. We discuss what got him into making his own calls and how long he has been making them. We talk about his first duck hunt and some family hunting history. We discuss an incredible hunt from a floating house on a bay near South Padre Island. We also talk about his faith in God and the impact Cross Trail Outfitters Ministry had on his life.
 

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July 25, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

18 days with Heath Hyatt

Coon Hunting
Dogs

Heath starts another litter of pups and walks you through the (ENS) Early Neurological Stimulation process and the pros and cons according to several peer reviewed articles. Dirt roads and tracking deficiencies. This one will make you think.

 

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July 25, 2024
Mid-Atlantic Outdoorsmen

Killing a 150" Virginia Buck In a Pine Thicket!

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land

In this week's episode host Kevin Creeley is joined by guest Kendell Mitten to discuss the story of him killing a 150" buck in a pine thicket with a bow, at a high pressure hunt club in central Virginia.

Topics include:

- Virginia hunting heritage

- Still hunting at dog hunting clubs

- Utilizing terrain features in pine thickets to target bucks

- Early season food sources

- Pre rut tactics

- and more!

July 24, 2024
Pennsylvania Woodsman

Traditional Archery Knowledge Dump

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Gear

Sometimes good things just take time.  This week's episode of the Pennsylvania Woodsman is no exception, as this is a slightly longer conversation.  Our guest is Cory Gulvas and we dive into the world of traditional archery.  Cory's passion has driven him to competition level shooting, solely hunting with a recurve, and even bow building.  In that time, Cory has faced nearly any obstacle that a new stickbow shooter could possibly experience.  Take notes if you're a noob!

Cory is often approached for advice, and typically finds people struggling with the same things repeatedly.  We discuss getting into traditional archery for the correct reasons, choosing the best equipment to start, aiming methods, shot execution, target panic, and much more.  If you've been struggling to figure out how to overcome many of these common issues when shooting a trad bow, your questions may be answered in this episode.

July 24, 2024
Hunt Detail

The Future of Cell Cam Apps

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Gear
Big Game

While cell cams will continue to evolve in size, picture quality and other specs, the greatest opportunity for differentiation within the market is the evolution of the app that accompanies the cell cam. Cell cam apps are now incorporating artificial intelligence, tagging of specific animals, and greater sorting features. But, what about all the other data that pics provide. That is where the real separation in the product category will happen next. The data collected from your fleet of cell cams will help you create a micro predictive deer movement model based on your property to help you allocated your time more effectively in the field. This is where cell cam apps are going and you should pay close attention to the companies that evolve this space accordingly.

July 24, 2024
Antler Up

Simplify Your Western Hunt w/ Josh Kirchner

Bowhunting
Waterfowl
Gear
Strategy
Public Land

In this episode of the Antler Up Podcast, host Jeremy Dinsmore is joined by The Dialed in Hunter, Josh Kirchner.  In this conversation, Josh Kirchner and Jeremy discuss the importance of keeping things simple when it comes to Western hunting. They emphasize avoiding overcomplicating gear choices and focusing on archery fundamentals instead.  Josh is a wealth of knowledge and years of experience when it comes to western hunting and backpack hunting.  He recently just released his latest book Becoming A Bowhunter: A Complete Beginner’s Guide to Archery Hunting (Becoming a Hunter). 

 They also highlight the significance of understanding the food sources of animals, from bears, elk and mule deer, and how it can lead to hunting success. The conversation touches on the value of research and preparation, as well as the need to prioritize time in the field. 

Overall, the key takeaway is to focus on the essential aspects of hunting and not get caught up in unnecessary complexities. In this conversation, Jeremy and Josh discuss the importance of scouting and e-scouting in hunting. They emphasize the need to plan and gather knowledge about the animals, their behavior, and their habitats before going on a hunt. They also talk about the significance of simplifying the scouting process and focusing on key factors such as elevation, access, and centrally located campsites. Josh shares his tips for e-scouting and highlights the importance of knowing your gear and testing it before heading out. They also discuss the importance of food and water in the backcountry and the need to bring food that you enjoy eating. Overall, the conversation provides valuable insights and advice for hunters heading out West for their first trip.

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

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July 24, 2024
How To Hunt Turkey

The Sooner Slayer with Frank Alan Stie

Turkey
Strategy
Habitat
Public Land
Bird

Returning to the podcast this week is none other than Frank Alan Stie. Fresh off a 5 state turkey tour and riding high off the release of his new book "From Blue Ridge Mountain Boy To Sooner Slayer: A Perspective on Hunting, Fishing, Family and Friends" we have a fantastic conversation that covers a multitude of topics. With as much experience hunting turkeys and living life as Alan has, you never know what nuggets of wisdom you'll hear!Topics Include: Using gobbling jakes to call in Toms, Hunting college educated birds in Mississippi and Virginia, Hunting too hard, Falling in the mud, Mixing briar patches and inflatable decoys.

July 24, 2024
Nine Finger Chronicles

Chess Moves For A Big Buck

Bowhunting
Strategy
Public Land
Whitetail

In this conversation, Dan Johnson and Joe Jones discuss the challenges of balancing work and family with their passion for the outdoors. They also provide an update on Joe's pursuit of a particular buck and his efforts to gain access to a 200-acre property. Joe shares his strategies for patterning the buck and his excitement about the new hunting opportunity. In this conversation, Joe and Dan discuss the behavior and patterns of a mature buck that Joe is hunting. They explore the idea that the buck is not truly nomadic but rather has multiple core areas where he feels safe. They also discuss the buck's sensitivity to human pressure and cameras, and the potential impact of cattle on his movement. Joe shares his plan to hunt the back walls of the property and use mock scrapes to attract the buck. Dan advises Joe to be cautious about sharing information and to consider hanging a tree stand while setting up trail cameras.

Takeaways:

  • Finding time for outdoor activities with family can be challenging when balancing work responsibilities.
  • Children often develop a love for the outdoors when exposed to it at a young age.
  • Patterning a mature buck can be difficult, especially in areas with high hunting pressure.
  • Gaining access to private hunting properties requires persistence and building relationships with landowners.
  • Having a clear understanding of a buck's core area and movement patterns can increase hunting success. Mature bucks may have multiple core areas where they feel safe.
  • Human pressure and cameras can cause bucks to shift their bedding areas.
  • Cattle can affect deer movement and behavior.
  • Hunting the back walls of a property and using mock scrapes can be effective strategies.
  • Be cautious about sharing information to avoid increased hunting pressure.

July 23, 2024
Missouri Woods & Water

We Just Hit The Record Button

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Big Game
Gear

This week on the Missouri Woods & Water Podcast the guys just got together, sat down, had some drinks, hit the record button, and had a nice long BS session together.  Nate, Andy, & Micah haven't been in the same room together in a while so this week's show was one big catch up session....and we had some fun.  Enjoy the show!

  

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July 23, 2024
Whitetail Landscapes

New Deer Habitat Improvement Concepts

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Habitat
Strategy
Turkey

In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Matt Williams (myco-habitat) discuss recent projects and experiments. Matt discusses hiring a forester. Matt explains new plants he’s trying to options on his food plot. Matt and Jon discuss plants they don’t want to see in food plots. Jon discusses fertilizer and amendments and creating more opportunity for air in the soil.  Matt introduces intercropping and adding oats and peas to existing food plots.

Matt explains how he manages soybean, and additives that keep deer out of his plots. Matt discusses corn and his purpose behind utilizing corn, size of food plots. Matt discusses building a food plot from scratch with limited equipment.  Matt discusses how to remove stumps from food plots. Matt explains mushroom cultivation and new techniques in and around food plots with increased utilization.

Matt explains access areas, sacrificing areas and thinking economics. Matt and Jon discuss black walnuts and what plants will grow in and around walnut trees for wildlife. Matt and Jon discuss building a food forest and plants that work well in fire regimes. Matt discusses wild grapes, scraping activity and some special ideas for mineral sites and acclimating deer to human presence.

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July 23, 2024
Wisconsin Sportsman

Hunting Like a Shadow with Brian Dombrowski

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land

We talk about deer sign a lot. Tracks, rubs, scrapes, beds, and food sources all make sense when we think about them individually, but taking a step back to look at the big picture is something most of us don't do often enough. Luckily, there are people out there like Brian Dombrowski who can help us break things down!This week, Pierce & Brian start what was originally intended to be a woodsmanship podcast, and it is, at times... but that seems too limiting for the conversation the guys had. In this episode, the guys dive into scouting, understanding food sources, reading tacks and rubs, going with "the flow" of the woods, not wasting time playing safe in the early season, and at the end of it all, just keeping things simple. It's a conversation that should hopefully give you reason to pause, zoom out, and think about this upcoming season a little differently. Enjoy!

July 23, 2024
The Western Rookie

How To Plan The Perfect Hunt Part 3 – Rifle Gear 101

Big Game
Strategy
Whitetail
Firearms
Public Land

On this episode of GOHUNT’s  Western Rookie Podcast, Brian covers all the gear you need for an awesome rifle hunt from the truck to the pack out!

This week’s episode covers the final step in planning the perfect western hunt and everyone’s favorite topic – gear! Brian covers all the gear for a successful western hunt for anyone planning a hunt, from western rookies to veterans! This podcast covers the best clothing, boots, packs, rifle setups and more! Check out all of the gear and more in the GoHunt Gear Shop and use the code WESTERN to save 10% on most regular priced items!

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July 22, 2024
The Range Podcast

Vapor Trail, 3D Shoots and Arrows

Bowhunting
Gear
Strategy
Whitetail

In this week’s episode of The Range Podcast, Ricky and Hollywood talk about the current state of Vapor Trail Archery. There have been a lot of changes within the organization including systems updates and personnel changes to operate more efficiently.

Ricky and Hollywood discuss the 3D archery shoots they’ve attended this summer and reveal their excitement about returning to the community. Hollywood hopes to attend the Total Archery Challenge at Snowriver Mt. in Michigan, then their chat shifts to arrow-building.

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July 22, 2024
Michigan Wild

The Amsteel Guy

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Gear

On this episode of Michigan Wild, Nate interviews Sam Olexsak, the Amsteel Guy, about his journey into mobile hunting and the development of Amsteel products. They discuss the benefits of using Amsteel, the importance of having a consistent system, and the learning curve of using Amsteel aiders. Sam provides advice for beginners and emphasizes the need for practice and confidence in using the gear. Sam also discusses the importance of trust and safety in hunting gear, emphasizing that he only sells gear that he personally trusts and uses. The guys do share tips for mobile hunting, such as using lightweight gear and rope-style attachments, what being mobile means to them, and how sometimes a 30 yard move makes all the difference. Sam also highlights three of his most popular products: the USA stick, the pocket pull-up rope, and the Stolek ground seat.  Overall, the conversation highlights the passion and the importance of finding the right gear and techniques for a successful hunt. 

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July 22, 2024
Oklahoma Outdoors

Tribal Wildlife with Trenton Tissee

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Big Game
Conservation
Strategy

We have a very special episode this week on the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast. Native American Tribes have a rich history with Oklahoma's land and wildlife. Many of the tribes represented today were on the landscape long before statehood, and have a relationship with wildlife that goes far beyond hunting for pleasure and past time. Trenton Kissee is the acting secretary of interior affairs for the Muscogee Creek nation and has a Natural Resources degree from Oklahoma State University. He joins John this week to educate us on the involvement that the tribes have in promoting wildlife and habitat in Oklahoma. 

Trenton and John talk about the new agreement the big five tribes came to that allows tribe members to hunt on each other's reservation lands. Trenton also talks about some research projects the tribes have been helping on, including opening up some CWD testing sites to make testing available to more people. And just for fun, Trenton puts on the host hat and asks John a few questions about his upcoming hunt on Big Mac aka the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant.

July 22, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Summertime Blues

Dogs
Strategy
Coon Hunting

They’re here folks.  The hot, sultry, dog days of summer, considered by the ancient Greeks to be connected with heat, drought, sudden thunderstorms, lethargy, fever, mad dogs and bad luck.   Hound hunters will agree with that Hellenistic view, adding mosquitos, poisonous snakes and humidity to the mix as they try to keep a hound in shape or to attend competitions at this time of year.

Steve and Corey touch on track dogs and tree climbers in this episode from the front porch on a dog day afternoon.  Steve has some pretty serious views on the subject of climbing trees when training hounds and offers a strong admonishment to those tempted to apply the method to their training regimen in a single word, don’t!

Whether your drink of choice is sweet tea or a mint julep, pour a tall one and enjoy an hour or so with us, rocking to the Summertime blues

July 19, 2024
The Hunting Gear Podcast

Game Grip by Wild Tech

Big Game
Bowhunting
Turkey
Whitetail
Waterfowl

On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Brad Schwinn of Wild Tech discusses the creation of their product, GameGrip, which is designed to clean game meat by removing dirt, hair, and debris. The adhesive used in GameGrip is FDA-approved and safe for direct food contact. Brad explains that the idea for GameGrip came from personal frustrations and challenges encountered while hunting. The product went through several versions and testing before the final version was developed. Wild Tech plans to expand their product line and develop innovative solutions for backcountry dilemmas.

Takeaways:

  • GameGrip is a product developed by Wild Tech that helps hunters clean game meat by removing dirt, hair, and debris.
  • The adhesive used in GameGrip is FDA-approved and safe for direct food contact.
  • The idea for GameGrip came from personal frustrations and challenges encountered while hunting.
  • Wild Tech plans to expand their product line and develop innovative solutions for backcountry dilemmas.

July 19, 2024
Nine Finger Chronicles

Hunt, Fish, Party

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land
Cooking

Graham from Vortex discusses hunting and shooting experiences, including the Vortex Ambassador Summit and the challenges of shooting a handgun. They also talk about the culture at Vortex and the passion for hunting and shooting among the employees. Graham shares his upcoming hunting plans in Wisconsin and South Dakota, with a focus on whitetail deer. They also discuss the differences between whitetail and mule deer behavior and hunting strategies. In this conversation, Dan and Graham discuss hunting opportunities in different states, including Wisconsin and South Dakota. They talk about the challenges of getting permission to hunt on private land and the increasing interest in hunting for organic meat. They also touch on the topic of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) and the precautions hunters take when dealing with CWD-positive deer. The conversation concludes with a discussion about the impact of urban populations on hunting opportunities and the importance of knowing where your food comes from.

Takeaways:

  • Vortex employees are passionate about hunting and shooting and participate in these activities themselves.
  • Shooting a handgun is more challenging than it seems, and proper form and technique are crucial for accuracy.
  • Vortex offers training courses, such as the Edge program, to help people improve their shooting skills.
  • Whitetail deer in Western South Dakota are more skittish and alert compared to whitetails in the Midwest.
  • Hunting plans can be opportunistic, focusing on the behavior of the animals and adjusting strategies accordingly. Getting permission to hunt on private land can be challenging, especially in areas with high urban populations.
  • There is a growing interest in hunting for organic meat and knowing where your food comes from.
  • Hunters take precautions when dealing with CWD-positive deer, such as getting the meat tested and disposing of it properly.
  • The value placed on different species varies in different regions, with mule deer often being more highly valued than whitetail deer.
  • Bow hunting can be a good way to gain access to smaller parcels of land and appeal to those who are more open to hunting for organic meat.
  • The traditional hunting camp culture is changing, with more emphasis on hunting for big antler deer.
  • The impact of urban populations on hunting opportunities can vary, with some areas being more protective of deer hunting land.
  • Knowing where your food comes from and how it is prepared is important for many hunters.

July 19, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Independence and Stud Dogs With Josh Michaelis

Dogs
Coon Hunting
Strategy

Today Jason and Josh have a great conversation on the importance independence in a dog.  Some on the other side of the spectrum feel there is a point when independence becomes a fault.  Same coin, two different sides.  The guys get a chance to catch up on the EHS standings, what’s coming up and just talk dogs for a bit. Make sure to check out CaneStream Media for more from Josh and the guys. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61552624856662

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July 18, 2024
Mid-Atlantic Outdoorsmen

Owning October with Adam Weaver

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land
Habitat

This week I have my buddy Adam Weaver on. Adam is extremely successful hunting all the stages of the month of October in Virginia. Adam breaks down what he looks for in terms of sign, and the tactics he uses to both fill the freezer with does and harvest mature bucks before November even begins.

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-Feed tree identification and hunting

-How to access and set up on a feed tree

-When to transition from hunting food sources to pre-rut patterns

-Identifying buck cruising zones in the pre-rut

-The story of Adam's 140" October buck

July 18, 2024
The Migration Waterfowl Podcast

Who Is This Chick & What Is She Doing Here?

Bird
Waterfowl
Strategy

Sehra Evans, Chairman of the Monterey Chapter of Ducks Unlimited joins Brian on the show. Sehra was born and raised in California and became a waterfowl hunter later in life. She did not grow up hunting. In fact, her family was actually against hunting and was not supportive of her decision to become a hunter. We discuss what that dynamic was like and how hunting has become such an important part of her life. We talk about waterfowl hunting in the Pacific Flyway and her experiences and stories from that region. We discuss the vastness of the state of California. We also get into what it is like dating a waterfowl hunter and hunting as a couple. We also talk about her involvement with Ducks Unlimited and her position as Chairman of the Monterey Chapter.

 

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July 18, 2024
Nomadic Outdoorsman

Pursuing Passion No Matter the Cost

Bowhunting
Big Game
Whitetail
Public Land

On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman, Dan is joined by Peter Herzog as they discuss how to go on adventures no matter the budget.

Peter is a Minnesota native and Montana transplant that has always enjoyed adventures in the outdoors. From a young age he started hunting and fishing but at 17 decided to branch out to uncharted territory. He purchased a 15 passenger van for $400 dollars and headed out on his first western hunt. This episode is all about new states and new adventures on any budget.

 

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July 18, 2024
No Lowballers

Best Of NLB: Eli Duckworth

Gear
Firearms
Strategy

In this weeks’ Best of No Lowballers episode, Eli Duckworth of Cabot Guns & Alchemy Custom Weaponry talks all about the one and only 1911 and what variations of the platform you can get from both Cabot Guns & Alchemy Custom Weaponry.

On today’s best of show with GunBroker:

- A Little History of the 1911

- How Some Brands Have Transitioned to Quantity over Quality

- How Cabot & Alchemy Differ from Other 1911s

- The Genius of John Moses Browning

- Custom 1911 Options from Cabot Firearms

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July 17, 2024
Pennsylvania Woodsman

Lessons Learned from Food Plots without Herbicide

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Habitat

Branching off from last week's episode, we discuss weed management and some key in-the-field observations.  Mitch mentioned that there are three common "modes of action" to control weeds including mechanical (tillage, hand pulling), chemical (herbicide), and biological (plant competition).  Is it possible to manage weeds with only one?  This week's guest on the Pennsylvania Woodsman is Troy Dietterich who shares some interesting observations from his personal hunting property.

Troy and his wife prefer to limit the use of pesticides on their property.  This is something anyone can do successfully if they stay dedicated and work hard towards.  That's not to say it doesn't come a little more difficult and with a greater learning curve.  Troy has used a multitude of seed blends and management styles on his food plots; some successful and some not.  We dive into what worked, what didn't, and what key observations were made in order to make better decisions moving forward.  This episode is a great example of just because someone says you should do something a certain way (this includes recommendations from Mitch!), doesn't mean you can't modify tactics to better serve your property and personal goals!

July 17, 2024
Hunt Detail

Cell Cams Part 2

Bowhunting
Gear
Whitetail
Big Game
Strategy

Over the past 5 years, the cellular trail camera market has evolved tremendously. The quality of pictures and video have increased, trigger speeds are faster, and the price of the actual camera and the corresponding data plans have dropped. In today's episode, Jacob shares the his ranking of 9 different cellular trail cameras for 2024, and the pros and cons of each respective camera. This includes commentary on cellular trail cameras from Moultrie, Exodus, Tactacam, Bushnell, SpyPoint, Muddy, StealthCam and more.

July 17, 2024
Antler Up

Do You Even Need Summer Scouting?

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land
Habitat

Hey everyone, welcome to episode 234 of the Antler Up Podcast!

In this episode of the Antler Up Podcast, host Jeremy Dinsmore is joined by Aaron Hepler. In this conversation, Jeremy and Aaron have a conversation on simplifying hunting and scouting techniques. Together, they explore the critical role of post-season scouting, emphasizing how this off-season activity can deepen your understanding of specific hunting areas and uncover those elusive missing pieces of the puzzle. They both share their current state of where they are at in this process and why.

Jeremy and Aaron delve into the nuanced role of trail cameras, discussing their value in providing historical data while cautioning against over-reliance on them for real-time hunting decisions. They highlight the importance of understanding deer behavior and preferences throughout the year, offering insights that can significantly boost your hunting success.

The episode also covers practical tips such as marking trees and taking photos of potential spots to ensure key details are remembered when it's time to set up for a hunt. Jeremy and Aaron stress the importance of keeping your trail camera usage simple and focusing on long-term scouting strategies. They advocate for hunting edges and transition areas, which can increase your chances of success.

Reflecting on both successful and unsuccessful hunts is another crucial strategy discussed, as it helps improve future hunting tactics. Throughout the episode, Jeremy and Aaron emphasize maintaining a positive attitude, having fun, and continuously learning from every hunting experience. Tune in to Episode 234 to gain actionable insights and enhance your hunting game by keeping things simple and hunting smarter.

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

July 17, 2024
Nine Finger Chronicles

Pooping In Public

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land
Habitat

In this solo episode, Dan Johnson discusses his plans for the upcoming hunting season. He talks about transitioning from youth baseball to football and other activities for his kids, as well as his own preparations for hunting. He mentions the products and partners he will be using, such as Tethered, Wasp Archery, Vortex Optics, Feed Hub, Code Blue Sense, Huntworth, and Reveal. Dan also shares some personal anecdotes about going through old memorabilia and his experiences at a sporting goods store.

Takeaways:

  • Transitioning from one season to another requires planning and preparation
  • Choosing the right hunting gear and equipment is crucial for a successful season
  • Organizing and decluttering old memorabilia can be a nostalgic but time-consuming task
  • Finding humor in everyday situations can help lighten the mood and strengthen relationships

July 17, 2024
How To Hunt Turkey

Summertime Habitat Management with Zach Vucurevich

Bowhunting
Strategy
Turkey
Public Land
Conservation

Today I'm joined by Zach Vucurevich of Whetstone Habitat. He is a habitat management consultant, enemy of all invasive species, friend of grasslands and super knowledgeable guy. His passion for creating good habitat is match only with his ability to communicate and inspire people to do this good work. So much great info and inspiration in this episode, I know you'll love it!

Topics include: Summer time management, Predators, Disturbance, big picture management, nesting vs brooding habitat, finding good habitat on public land and how to find what your property needs.

July 17, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Liberty Canine

Coon Hunting
Dogs
Strategy

To be successful, many companies and businesses require you to cross-train. Heath and Liberty Canine’s Owner, Randall Lykins have taken a page from that book and are applying it to their canine training. Randall a retired Army Ranger and kennel master now trains bird dogs and companion dogs. The two talk about using other training methods from other dog disciplines to their advantage. The cross-training begins now.

 

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July 12, 2024
Nine Finger Chronicles

REVEAL Week Ep. 3 - Nate Krick

Bowhunting
Public Land
Habitat
Strategy
Whitetail

In this episode, Nate Krick discusses his upcoming hunting plans and experiences. He talks about his recent lease in Nebraska and the process of finding and negotiating a lease. Nate also shares his transition to shooting a traditional bow and the challenges he has faced. He discusses his strategies for hunting with a traditional bow and the adjustments he has made in his hunting approach. In this conversation, Nate discusses his approach to setting up tree stands and trail cameras for traditional bowhunting. He emphasizes the importance of keeping shots within the 20-yard range and adjusting tree stand locations accordingly. Nate also shares his annual trail camera strategy, which includes leaving cameras out all year, focusing on food sources, and conducting burns to change the habitat structure. He discusses the use of mock scrapes and the benefits of creating focal points for deer. Nate highlights the progress he has made in improving his property and the satisfaction of seeing mature bucks using the land.

Takeaways:

  • Finding and negotiating a hunting lease can provide convenient hunting opportunities
  • Transitioning to shooting a traditional bow requires practice and adjustment
  • Hunting with a traditional bow may require getting closer to the target and using different hunting strategies For traditional bowhunting, it is important to keep shots within the 20-yard range and adjust tree stand locations accordingly.
  • Leaving trail cameras out all year can provide valuable information about deer movement and shed hunting.
  • Conducting burns in the late growing season can change the habitat structure and improve deer movement.
  • Creating mock scrapes and focal points can attract deer and provide opportunities for hunting.
  • Improving habitat and managing the property can lead to increased deer activity and the presence of mature bucks.

July 11, 2024
The Hunting Gear Podcast

New REVEAL Trail Cameras

Strategy
Gear
Whitetail
Waterfowl
Big Game

In this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, host Dan Johnson interviews Gregg Farrell from Tactacam about their new camera, Reveal. They discuss the company's history, the current rain situation in Wisconsin, and their personal hunting plans for the year. They then dive into the details of Tactacam's transition from action cameras to trail cameras, focusing on the reliability and ease of use of their products. They also talk about the evolution of trail cameras and the importance of not over-engineering them. Finally, they discuss the specific features and differences between the Reveal X 2.0 and Reveal X 3.0 models. The Tactacam 3.0 cameras have been redesigned from the ground up, with improvements in form factor and antenna design. The new antennas are mounted on the top of the camera and have a two-position pivot, allowing for better transport and positioning. The external antennas are necessary because the areas where the cameras are hung typically have poor cell service, and the antennas maximize signal strength. The new cameras also feature high-quality 4K photos and 1080p videos, improved image sensors for fewer false triggers, and an internal storage option that eliminates the need for SD cards. The cameras are more efficient with batteries and are priced the same as the previous models. Future updates include new accessories and an app update that will simplify the user experience.

Takeaways:

  • Tactacam started as a company producing point of view cameras before transitioning to trail cameras with their Reveal line.
  • The company focuses on building reliable trail cameras and providing excellent customer service.
  • The Reveal cameras are designed to be easy to use, with a simple setup process and an intuitive app interface.
  • Tactacam aims to strike a balance between incorporating new technology trends and maintaining ease of use for customers.
  • The Reveal X 2.0 and Reveal X 3.0 models offer different features and capabilities, providing options for different user preferences. The Tactacam 3.0 cameras have been redesigned with improvements in form factor and antenna design.
  • The new antennas are mounted on the top of the camera and have a two-position pivot, allowing for better transport and positioning.
  • The external antennas maximize signal strength in areas with poor cell service.
  • The new cameras feature high-quality 4K photos and 1080p videos, improved image sensors for fewer false triggers, and an internal storage option that eliminates the need for SD cards.
  • The cameras are more efficient with batteries and are priced the same as the previous models.
  • Future updates include new accessories and an app update that will simplify the user experience.

July 11, 2024
The Huntavore

Dish Mastery with Adam Berkelmans

Big Game
Whitetail
Bowhunting
Cooking
Turkey

On this episode of Huntavore, Nick is joined by recipe guru, Adam Berkelmans. Adam is the

author of hundreds of recipes and dishes, however our focus isn't on the recipe itself, but a

mastered dish. The guys talk about a couple of their favorites where they have made changes

and different variations to make the dish their own. Mastery is more than following the list, but

tweaking the list, going with your gut, and taking things to another level. Get ready to add a bit

of this, and a pinch of that, on this episode of Huntavore.

The conversation explores the process of mastering a recipe and making it one's own. The

hosts discuss the idea that a recipe is a living thing that can be adapted and changed to suit

personal preferences. They share their experiences of experimenting with different dishes and

making adjustments to create their own unique versions. The conversation also touches on the

importance of persistence and not giving up when trying to perfect a recipe. They highlight the

need to master the basic recipe before venturing into more complex variations. In this

conversation, Nick Otto and Adam discuss the importance of observation and adaptation in

cooking wild game. They emphasize the need to experiment with flavors and techniques to

create unique and delicious dishes. They also discuss the challenges of cooking older animals,

such as roosters, and provide tips for making them tender and flavorful. Adam shares his

expertise in cooking wild game and offers resources for further exploration.

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A recipe is a living thing that can be adapted and changed to suit personal preferences.

Mastering a recipe involves making adjustments and experimenting to create a unique version.

Persistence is key when trying to perfect a recipe.

It is important to master the basic recipe before venturing into more complex variations.

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July 11, 2024
Nomadic Outdoorsman

God, Gobblers and Gettin After It

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Whitetail
Big Game
Elk
Firearms

On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman, Dan talks with Ben Cole about his passion for waterfowl, turkey and being in God’s creation.

Ben was raised in northeast Alabama, where he learned the ways of the woods from his father. He has a wonderful wife, Melissa, who pushes his creativity and shares his big dreams. Currently, he is working to complete the North American Grand Slam in waterfowl. He loves to share his adventures in the outdoors through podcasting and videography and is passionate about sharing how Christ changed his life with others.

 

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July 11, 2024
The Migration Waterfowl Podcast

Hen House Structures & Mallard Nesting Success With Eric Lance

Waterfowl
Strategy
Public Land
Bird

Eric Lance, owner of Lansource Consulting and the host of the HuntScience Podcast, joins Brian on the show. Eric was born and raised in north east Ohio and he is a certified wildlife biologist. We chat about his education and professional journey. We talk about waterfowl ecology. We also discuss mallard nesting success. We get into hen house structures, their effect on the mallard population and much more.

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July 10, 2024
Hunt Detail

2024 Cell Cams Part 1

Bowhunting
Strategy
Gear
Public Land

The start of deer season openers is getting closer and closer by the day. Are you planning on a cell cam upgrade for this upcoming season? Evaluating cell cam options can be a bit overwhelming...with various trigger speeds, photo range, photo quality, etc. In today's episode, Jacob shares some of what he learned when he began examining 9 different cell cams and their respective specs. What he found was that there are some clear winners and some clear losers and today he runs through some of the categories that he used to evaluate these options for 2024.

July 10, 2024
Pennsylvania Woodsman

Are No-Till Food Plots Really Worth It?

Bowhunting
Strategy
Habitat
Whitetail

No-till and soil health have almost become buzz words in the food plot world.  The practices themselves are sound and have a good purpose when it comes to wildlife use.  But does that mean you need to keep up with the Jones' just because someone else told you so?  This week Mitch shares his exposure to no-till food plotting, a few of the reasons why he adopted it, and shares a few hurdles you may face when making the transition.  This is all from the hip first hand experiences in Agriculture as well as food plots.  He discusses weed management, moisture management, and low budget planting equipment with practices to ensure you don't encounter the same challenges as he and many others.

July 10, 2024
Antler Up

Are You Even Ready for the Season?

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land

In this episode of the Antler Up Podcast, host Jeremy Dinsmore is joined by Jim D’Agostino. In this conversation, Jeremy and Jim discuss their plans and preparations for the upcoming whitetail hunting season. 

Jeremy and Jim talk about their gear, including Jim's new Elite Ethos bow, and their approach to scouting and hunting. They emphasize the importance of enjoying the process and not putting too much pressure on themselves. Too many times over the years when unwanted pressure was put on by themselves nothing good came about.  So, they both share how they have kept each other in line regardless of an outcome. 

They also discuss the benefits of staying fit and active, as well as the possibility of participating in out-of-state hunting trips. Overall, they express excitement and confidence for the upcoming season. In this conversation, Jim and Jeremy discuss their recent experiences with archery shooting and 3D shoots. They talk about the importance of having a comfortable grip and how it affects their shooting accuracy. They also share their experiences with target panic and how they overcame it. 

They discuss the challenges they faced during 3D shoots and the lessons they learned. They also talk about their hunting plans for the upcoming season and the adjustments they plan to make in their hunting strategies. They touch on the topics of wind direction, access routes, and scent control. They also mention the possibility of having more Sunday hunting days in Pennsylvania and the benefits it would bring to weekend warriors like themselves.

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July 10, 2024
Nine Finger Chronicles

REVEAL Week Ep. 2 - Jeff Sturgis

Bowhunting
Habitat
Whitetail

In this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan Johnson interviews Jeff Sturgis about habitat management and hunting strategies. They discuss the challenges of managing deer populations in areas with high hunting pressure and the importance of strategic hunting practices. Jeff shares his experiences with habitat management and the role it plays in attracting and keeping mature bucks on a property. They also touch on the topic of age goals for deer and the importance of passing up younger bucks to allow them to grow into mature animals. Overall, the conversation highlights the importance of habitat management and strategic hunting in achieving success in deer hunting. In this conversation, Jeff Sturgis and Dan Johnson discuss their early hunting experiences and the importance of mentorship. They also talk about the use of trail cameras and how they can be a valuable tool for deer hunting. Jeff shares his approach to using trail cameras for verification and pattern analysis. They also touch on the topic of habitat management and the importance of maintaining clover fields, controlling weeds, and creating mock scrapes. The conversation emphasizes the importance of learning from experience, adapting to changing conditions, and continuously improving hunting strategies.

Takeaways:

  • Habitat management and strategic hunting practices are crucial for managing deer populations in areas with high hunting pressure.
  • Passing up younger bucks allows them to grow into mature animals and contributes to the overall health of the deer population.
  • Understanding the changing patterns of deer throughout the year, including bedding and feeding habits, is essential for successful hunting.
  • Strategic placement of food plots and cover can help attract and keep mature bucks on a property.
  • Effective habitat management requires a high level of strategy and consideration of neighboring properties and hunting pressures. Early hunting experiences and mentorship play a crucial role in developing a passion for hunting.
  • Trail cameras can be a valuable tool for verification and pattern analysis of deer movement.
  • Maintaining clover fields, controlling weeds, and creating mock scrapes are important aspects of habitat management for deer hunting.
  • Learning from experience, adapting to changing conditions, and continuously improving hunting strategies are key to success in deer hunting.

July 10, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Gone To The Dogs: Talking Track Dogs with Steve and Corey

Coon Hunting
Dogs
Strategy

Corey Gruver is back and he and Steve have the porch rockers humming like the treadle wheel on Grandma’s sewing machine as they talk about a wide assortment of topics this week.

Hot weather is abundant and so are summertime tales in this episode.  Recent exploits of the boys Plott dogs as well as the announcement of the upcoming nuptials of Corey’s female Goldie to Bill Shininger’s stud dog are front and center.   The talk moves to the latest accomplishments of Steve and Mark Miller’s Plott Fever in field and water events and progresses to the realm of deep-thinking about how to decide when and to which stud to breed with an admonition to owners of females “not to wait too long.” 

With Autumn Oaks less than two months away, the boys share some of their favorite humorous stories from experiences at “The Event Where History Is Made.”

This one is jam-packed with good information concerning how to improve club membership, explores the dangers of a once-common practice of climbing trees and culminates with a very interesting conversation on the importance of track dogs in the sport.  The boys discuss the all-important question “which is more important, the track dog or the tree dog?”  If you don’t listen to anything else this week, check out this portion of the podcast.  It’s good stuff!

July 10, 2024
How To Hunt Turkey

Teamwork, Marriage and Turkey Hunting

Turkey
Strategy
Public Land
Bird

On this episode I am joined by my wife Caroline Greer. While she may not be a turkey hunter she is married to one and we have a great conversation about teamwork, marriage and turkey hunting. Caroline grew up in Ontario and had family members who hunted so she is no stranger to it although she doesn't hunt much herself. She has, however been exposed to all sorts of hunting and fishing related things. From her husband bringing home turkeys to stingray she finds a way to not only be ok with it all but also encourage it! This is one you'll want to sit down with your spouse and listen to.

Topics include: Wild game cleaning protocols, the wonders of vacuum sealing, being where you are, appreciating what you have, and hunting unselfishly.

July 10, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Letting Go

Coon Hunting
Strategy

We all make mistakes in picking, handling, and training dogs. Sometimes experience goes a long way. Heath has seen dogs being washed because of shyness. He tells us more about the behavior and what to watch for. Hunting young dogs together is another topic discussed in this episode. How does selling a hound affect you? Letting go isn’t easy.

 

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July 9, 2024
Wisconsin Sportsman

Maximizing Your Trail Cams with Jacob Sklenar

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Public Land
Strategy
Gear

It's hot, it's humid, the mosquito swarms could carry you away, and that can only mean one thing... It's time to start hanging trail cameras! And who would be better to talk about trail cam strategies with than Jacob Sklenar? That's right, folks, Jacob is back again to drop even more knowledge to help you guys get off on the right track this deer season, and you might want to grab your notepad.

In this week's episode the guys share how their summers have been, and then dive right into strategy talk. Jacob breaks down why he uses trail cameras to answer a question he has, and how he goes about doing that. He shares areas he likes to hang cameras, when he likes to hang cameras, some subtleties he picks up about other hunters in an area and how they will shift deer movement, how he uses historic data about an area, reading tracks when the camera doesn't go off, and even a bit of speculation about technology in the woods. All that and more in this week's episode!

July 9, 2024
Missouri Woods & Water

Micah Made His Wife Come On The Show

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Public Land
Strategy

This week on the Missouri Woods & Water Podcast, Micah somehow convinced his wife Amy (Nate's sister) to put on the headset and record a show with him.....and she says things.  Amy gives her opinion on lots of things from the perspective of a hunter's wife.  From holding down the fort when he's out hunting to thoughts of getting back into hunting herself, Amy gives a lot of good insight from her perspective.  Thanks for listening!

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July 9, 2024
Whitetail Landscapes

Client Hunting Property Transformation Part 3

Bowhunting
Strategy
Habitat
Whitetail

Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Mark Wright (Client) discuss his consulting visit, habitat changes, and advancing a tough to hunt area and finding success. Jon discusses working on apple trees, non-native plant removal, herbicides, and plants that create rashes. Mark explains his background as an attorney, his journey to owning land and how he found his piece of heaven and purchasing more land. Mark discusses owning the property over 10 years prior to the consulting visit and raising a family that enjoys hunting.

Mark explains being somewhat unsure and overwhelmed at first on what changes to make, listening to the Podcast and thoughts on hiring a consultant. Mark and Jon discuss building a relationship and working together to grow a hunting property and experience. Mark dialogues about the onsite visit and working in the timber to improve habitat, weighing each family member's input, improving ecology, and balancing hunting and aesthetics. Mark and Jon discuss the unique cutting techniques and the benefits of seeing more quality deer, having a hitlist of bucks and improving the overall hunting experience.

Mark discusses prioritizing projects, becoming a land steward, and considering himself more than just a hunter. Mark discusses the complexities of the Northeast and seeing immediate changes to a hunting property. Mark explains setting goals and leaving his mark on his property for the future.  

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July 9, 2024
The Western Rookie

How To Plan The Perfect Hunt Part 1 - E-Scouting

Bowhunting
Big Game
Bear
Strategy
Whitetail

On this episode of GOHUNT’s  Western Rookie Podcast, Brian does a deep dive into the most important part of a successful fall – E-Scouting!

This week’s episode is perfect for anyone planning a western hunt this fall! Whether you are brand new to planning a hunt and looking for where to begin, or a seasoned veteran just looking for a couple new tricks and tips to add to your toolbox, this episode has something for you! Brian breaks down the entire E-scouting process from start to finish for Antelope, Mule Deer, and Elk seasons and give you the need to know information to plan an amazing hunt this fall!

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July 9, 2024
The Hunting Gear Podcast

Palmetto State Armory

Whitetail
Big Game
Firearms

On this episode of the Hunting Gear Deals Series on The Hunting Gear Podcast, Camron talks with Justin Beshears from Palmetto State Armory. We learn how Palmetto State Armory grew into becoming such a large gun manufacturer in the United States, starting by selling ammunition from the garage to having retail stores in multiple states and one of the largest online retailers for guns in the country.  

Justin talks in detail about the specifics of some of the most popular Palmetto State Armory guns, including the PSA Dagger, PSA Rock 5.7, PSA Sabre, and much more. Also, Justin drops a few hints on what's in store for the future, as backcountry elk hunters are going to appreciate the addition of 10mm Dagger in the near future.

July 8, 2024
Mid-Atlantic Outdoorsmen

Things To Do NOW To Be Ready For Deer Season

Whitetail
Public Land
Bowhunting
Strategy

In this episode Host Kevin Creeley is joined by guest Austin Harris to discuss some of the things they do during the offseason to ensure that they're ready for the fall.

Topics include:

  • -Shooting your bow
  • -Bow maintenance
  • -Practicing with your mobile gear
  • -Silencing your gear
  • -Tools you wish you had in your pack last year
  • -Following up with permission land owners
  • -and more

July 8, 2024
Nine Finger Chronicles

REVEAL Week Ep. 1 - Chris Bee

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Big Game

In this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, host Dan interviews Chris B, an experienced archer and bowhunter. Chris shares his background in hunting and archery, starting from a young age with his father. He discusses his journey into competitive archery and the mental and physical aspects of the sport. Chris also talks about the characteristics of a good archer and offers advice for bowhunters to stay consistent in their shooting. He shares his experience of starting a YouTube channel and turning it into a business. Overall, the conversation explores the intersection of archery and bowhunting and how the skills and knowledge from one can benefit the other. Chris discusses the technical aspects of bow hunting and how it improves his archery skills. He also talks about the mental toughness required for solo filming and performing under pressure. Chris shares his journey of dropping out of college and pursuing a career in hunting. He explains the challenges of being a YouTube creator and running a hunting business. Chris discusses his approach to scouting and documenting his hunting farms through trail cameras and mock scrapes. He expresses his excitement for the upcoming hunting season!

Takeaways

  • Chris B grew up in a hunting family and started hunting with his father at a young age.
  • He got into competitive archery and participated in various tournaments, representing the USA in international events.
  • Archery requires a strong mental game, with focus and repetition being key factors in success.
  • Consistency is important for both competitive archery and bowhunting, and practicing regularly helps maintain skills.
  • Chris started a YouTube channel at a young age and turned it into a successful business, combining his passion for archery and hunting. Bow hunting improves archery skills and requires technical knowledge.
  • Solo filming in hunting requires mental toughness and attention to detail.
  • Dropping out of college to pursue a career in hunting is a personal decision.
  • Running a hunting business involves challenges and requires a diverse skill set.
  • Scouting and documenting hunting farms through trail cameras and mock scrapes can provide valuable information.
  • The anticipation and excitement for the upcoming hunting season is high.

July 8, 2024
Michigan Wild

Summer BS w/ Byron Horton

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Public Land
Strategy

On this episode of Michigan Wild, Nate sits down with Byron Horton from The Whitetail Experience.  Nate has followed Byron over the years through podcasts and social media and was excited to sit down and have a fun BS session. Nate also learns the backstory of The Whitetail Experience and Byron's passion for filming and hunting. 

 

Through the episode the guys cover some fun topics...

 

-July 4th Whitetail kickoff

-Coordinating life and family around the passion for whitetails

-Stance on crossbows and cell cams

-Longevity of bowhunting

-Traditional Journey

-Do goals change depending on method of take?

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-Frozen pizza

 

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July 8, 2024
Oklahoma Outdoors

Preseason Gear Inventory

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Turkey
Habitat

This episode of the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast is all about gear. John has three out of the ordinary hunts this year that all feature different states, terrains, weapons, and gear. John breaks these hunts down one by one and discusses the drastic differences in gear he will need for the different hunts. John will start off with an early season September muzzleloader hunt in Kansas. After doing a lot of map scouting, John learned that the area of Kansas he will be in is much more remote than he realized. This hunt will probably be a truck hunting scenario, something John has not done much of recently.

Back in Oklahoma, John drew a tag for a traditional archery only hunt which means he will need to polish his archery skills. After testing out an old recurve he had, he discovered a bent limb which makes the more powerful bow not an option. He now has to decide to stick with his 40 pound longbow, or drop some money on a new recurve. He also has to decide if he wants to stick to hunting on the ground or practice shooting a long traditional bow from a tree stand.

The last hunt of his season will take place in the cactus covered mountains of south Texas. Clothing is the main concern on this hunt. Being just off of the Rio Grande River and Mexican border, this area has some of the most unpredictable weather in the lower 48. Add long hikes mixed with hours of sitting and glassing, you just never know what you are going to end up needing to put on or take off in a moment's notice. All while possibly needing to take a 300 to 400 yard shot at any second.

July 8, 2024
The Range Podcast

Wilds of Alaska w/ Nigel Fox

Bowhunting
Strategy
Public Land
Big Game

In this week’s episode of The Range Podcast, Ricky chats with Nigel Fox, an avid bowhunter who spends much of his time hunting the wilds of Alaska. Nigel tells the story of his success on last year's Mountian Goat hunt. Then the guys talk about the struggles accompanying a bowhunt and what keeps us coming back.

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July 5, 2024
Mid-Atlantic Outdoorsmen

Virginia meets North Carolina with Caleb Seegers

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land

On this episode of the Mid Atlantic Outdoorsmen podcast, host Kevin Creeley is joined by guest Caleb Seegers to discuss some of the differences in deer season dates, laws and outliers that make hunting in these states a unique experience. Caleb explains how his goals change throughout the season depending upon the pattern that the deer are currently on, and the time of year. Caleb also briefly discusses utilizing dog hunting pressure to his advantage at his hunt club to identify areas that bucks are using during the rut!

July 4, 2024
The Migration Waterfowl Podcast

California Dreaming and The Animator with George Parker

Waterfowl
Strategy
Public Land
Habitat

George Parker, owner of Blue Bird Waterfowl, joins Brian on the show. George moved to California years ago and began his waterfowl hunting near San Diego. We talk about what it is like hunting tidal flats, the importance of understanding the tides and avoiding dangerous mud flats. We discuss his move to Northern California and the learning curve associated with finding new hunting friends and places. We also get into the development of The Animator motion decoy conversion kit that adds the sound of splashing water to your decoy spread.
 

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July 4, 2024
Mid-Atlantic Outdoorsmen

Mid Atlantic Outdoorsmen Introduction

Whitetail
Turkey
Waterfowl
Bowhunting
Firearms

On this episode of the Mid Atlantic Outdoorsmen podcast, host Kevin Creeley introduces himself and discusses what type of content will be covered on this show. Kevin discusses the types of terrain that he frequently hunts, what types of guests he intends to have on and what some of his goals are for the podcast. Be sure to tune in every week for another episode featuring experienced, relatable guests!

July 4, 2024
Nomadic Outdoorsman

Waterfowl in July

Waterfowl
Strategy
Public Land
Dogs

On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman, Dan is joined by hunting guide and the host of The Get Muddy Podcast Jonny Zellner to talk all things waterfowl.

Jonny shares all about the excitement that comes from hunting a variety of migratory birds in Texas. Although he started hunting ducks by sitting on a white bucket at the edge of a pond his passion quickly developed and led him to spending his fall guiding ducks and cranes all season long over water and dry fields. This episode is full of stories and laughs as the guys discuss the difficulties of picking up new outdoor hobbies and dreams of bucket list hunts.
 

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July 3, 2024
Wisconsin Sportsman

Life, Business & Bucks with Dan Johnson

Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land
Bowhunting

The long days of summer usually leave us with a lot of time to think. Usually that's just about how much we're sweating even though we're just sitting down, but when you can get past that, it can be a great time to reflect. That's exactly what we're doing in this week's episode with the Captain of The Sportsmen's Empire ship: Dan Johnson

This week, Pierce & Dan hop on the line to talk about a little bit of everything! From the story of how Dan got his start in business and the outdoor industry, to injuries impacting hunts, saddles vs stands, getting kids involved in the outdoors, perfecting hunting strategies, and much more. Check it all out in this week's episode and have a great 4th of July weekend everyone!

July 3, 2024
Pennsylvania Woodsman

Pre-Season Archery Shooting Checklist and Routine

Bowhunting

On this week's episode of the Pennsylvania Woodsman, Mitch is joined by Nate Sellers of Average Jack archery.  The episode dives into opening the case and dusting off your bow from last season.  We discuss how to get back into shooting shape - this includes, reps, routine, gear checks, tuning, and more.  Practice makes perfect, but what about when you don't have a lot of time to practice?  Being intentional about what you are practicing, and practicing it the correct way goes a long way if reps are frequent but short.  Small steps build confidence for shooting at game this fall - start now!

July 3, 2024
Hound Dog Podcast Network

Crossing Paths

Dogs
Coon Hunting

For hunters, our passion for the outdoors has led to more life-long relationships than many can count. Eighteen years ago a red Toyota pulled up and joined Heath and a good friend on a morning hunt. Today Heath and Ben talk about that day and the many following hunts. The start of a life-long friendship between Ben Gadway and Heath started that day. Join us as the stories begin.

July 2, 2024
Missouri Woods & Water

Reveal Trail Cameras

Bowhunting
Strategy
Public Land
Gear

This week on the Missouri Woods & Water Podcast we get the chance to talk with Greg Farrell with Reveal Cameras.  We talk a little about trail cam strategy this time of year and how that changes as the season nears and gets here, then we get into all the new features and things Reveal is releasing this summer.  Lots of good information this week.  

 

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July 2, 2024
Whitetail Landscapes

Client Hunting Property Transformation Part 2

Bowhunting
Habitat
Whitetail
Strategy

In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Corbin Reed (Client) discuss his consulting visit, habitat changes, and working for deer. Corbin explains his history and background and large number of farms and how he has had to balance work, life, and deer. Corbin explains hiring a consultant, going through the process of evaluating different consultants, getting perspective from others and experience attending Don Higgins Master Class and the differences between the northeast and the Midwest.

Corbin and Jon discuss his property management plan and how to eliminate neighbors. Corbin explains being a hands-on learner and wanting more out of a consulting visit. Corbin discusses making changes to his property and he never stops learning. Corbin explains advancing food plots and next level depth and train of thought need to make a top hunting property.

Corbin and Jon explain the experience they gained with cutting together.  Corbin details looking at his properties at a high level and trying to process all the changes, while keeping his goal on giant bucks! Corbin explains his takeaways and how to learn more by doing and what he is going to do on his property to kill world class bucks. Corbin provides his expert advice on making your hunting property work for you and how to make multiple properties produce quality deer.

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