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October 6, 2022
How to Hunt Deer

How to Adjust to Hunting Pressure w/Dan Johnson

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

Hunting pressure. Studies have shown it very quickly changes the way whitetails behave and move across the landscape. It can lead to deer-less sits and frustrating hunting for the hunter who wants to use the same old access routes to hunt the same old stands. But for those who are willing to get creative and put in the work, hunting pressure from yourself and others can actually help your hunting, if you can understand and capitalize on how deer patterns change when the pressure heats up.

In this episode of the How to Hunt Deer podcast, Josh talks with Dan Johnson about adjusting to hunting pressure. Sometimes the adjustments one needs to make are major. Sometimes they’re more subtle. But one thing is sure, if you hunt the entire season with the same strategy and in the same locations you hunted on opening day, the odds of you having regular encounters with deer are very slim. Tune in to learn how Dan makes adjustments to stay on deer despite, and sometimes because of, hunting pressure.

October 6, 2022
Houndsman XP

The Truth with Wyatt Monen

Coon Hunting
Dogs
Predator Hunting
Strategy

Join us this week on The Truth as Josh sits down with his friend, and UKC Coonhound World Championship Finalist Wyatt Monen. Making it to the final cast of the world championship is quite an accomplishment. It takes a special hound and a handler that is willing to dedicate themselves to the task. 

Coming off the heels of his run at a world title Josh and Wyatt talk about his past, how his location hinders his ability to go to hunts, the dogs he’s lost, and the dogs that he is currently hunting.  So tune in and enjoy, only on the Houndsman XP Podcast Network.  

www.houndsmanxp.com

October 6, 2022
Pennsylvania Woodsman

Bowhunting B.S. Session w/ Dan Johnson

Big Game
Bowhunting
Strategy
Whitetail

This week on the Pennsylvania Woodsman we chat with the boss man himself, the man behind Sportsmen's Empire, Mr. Dan Johnson.  We converse over our current life routine including family life with children and slowly lead into hunting season.  Dan discusses the recent changes in hunting properties he is experiencing from losing one of his main properties and having to pull his gear off the land without getting shot at!  Dan talks about his pursuit in finding a shooter around his home in Iowa, but also shares his philosophy when it comes to out of state hunts.

In recent years there has been an excellent push to get people outdoors and enjoy deer hunting on public land.  However, there is still an overwhelming amount of "deer shaming", pressuring people that they have to shoot the absolute biggest buck, as if they are inferior if they do not.  Dan compares his philosophy of targeting mature bucks close to home versus shooting something on an out of state trip that just makes him happy.  How does a guy from Iowa relate to people in Pennsylvania and the Northeast?  Dan is an individual that does what he wants without the influence of what other people think.  Most importantly, he flat out loves bowhunting.  There is a ton of philosophy and a touch of strategy in this week's episode!

October 5, 2022
Nomadic Outdoorsman

Learning To Hunt as an Adult

Big Game
Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy

On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman Dan talks with Nash Fuller, a new hunter who has a couple seasons and cool encounters under his belt.

Nash is a 30 year old from NE Iowa. He is a long time angler and a beginning hunter. Nash has 2 kids that take up a good chunk of his time but he is excited to learn more about the outdoors so that he can pass that knowledge and experience on to them. He has made it a point to get his family involved in the outdoors whether it’s fishing, hunting, shooting, or just going on walks. Nash has 2 years of hunting in the books and he and Dan discuss what being an adult onset hunter has looked like so far.

October 5, 2022
Southern Ground

What You Need To Know About Self Filming Your Hunts

Big Game
Bowhunting
Gear
Whitetail
Public Land

This week on the Southern Ground Hunting Podcast, we're going to talk about self-filming. As filming hunts gains popularity, we get more and more questions about what camera gear we're taking into the woods. Filming can be as cheap or expensive as you want it to be, and in this episode we're going to talk about all of it. Along with the gear, we're going to discuss some of the basics you'll want to know about creating a great storyline for your videos. 

October 5, 2022
DIY Sportsman

October Bow Hunting Tips

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

On today's episode, Garrett talks about bowhunting in the month of October, which has become his favorite month overall to hunt in the Midwest. September can be nice because of the mild weather and of cover to help hide you in the tree. Bed to food patterns can be easy to identify, and deer can be less on edge. And of course November can also be incredible, though the second half of that month is usually the heaviest hunting pressure of the entire year with the various gun seasons, so often the best rut hunting is isolated, it can be very cold, and you can still put in long hours and slow days waiting for that one key flurry of activity. 

October seems to blend the best of both months. Dressing for the weather is very manageable. Deer movement can be average to very good, and it steadily improves over the course of the month. Deer movement is also much more predictable than November, both from a bedding perspective as well as year-over-year repeatability. The cover has been knocked down a bit since September which improves shooting lanes, but not so much so that the trees you're hunting out of are barren. Hunting pressure usually isn't too bad either. So in this episode Garrett covers eight tips to keep in mind to help making October hunting successful.

October 4, 2022
How to Hunt Deer

How to Hunt Deer: Deer Camp, Ep. 1

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Whitetail
Strategy

Deer hunting is about a lot more than tagging big bucks. It's about a love for the chase. It's about growing our woodsmanship skills. It's about fostering the connection to our food. And it's about camaraderie. To celebrate deer hunting's rich deer camp tradition, several hosts of different Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network shows from around the country will join Josh each week for fun, relaxed deer camp conversation.

Follow along as the guys update each other on recent sightings and deer activity, share strategies they're employing to get on deer, and just enjoy a relaxed deer camp atmosphere. 

October 4, 2022
Nine Finger Chronicles

HuntStand Week with Josh Honeycutt

Whitetail
Bowhunting
Strategy
Public Land

On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, we continue HuntStand week with hardcore hunter Josh Honeycutt. Josh has been on the podcast several times in the past and there is one thing that consistent when listening to him talk, his passion for the outdoors and deer hunting. Josh breaks down his plans for the fall and how he makes the decision on when to schedule his out of state hunts. Josh talks about how he uses HuntStand before, during, and after the hunt to capture useful hunting data. The guys also get in to their thoughts on how wether impacts deer movement in bother the October and November.

October 4, 2022
Wisconsin Sportsman

Archery Season Update - Did Pierce Pass on a Shooter?!

Big Game
Bowhunting
Strategy
Whitetail

Wisconsin's archery deer season has been in for a couple of weeks now. Hunting is getting tougher as deer begin to shift to different food sources as well shift to thicker, more remote cover due to hunting pressure. In this episode of the Wisconsin Sportsman podcast, Josh and Pierce recount their hunts so far this season, including their most recent hunt together at Pierce's place. Then the guys get into the important stuff, like whether Pierce should have shot the buck he passed last week. For Josh, that deer was a shooter all day, every day. What do you think? Go check it out on Instagram and let the guys know in the comments what YOU would have done.

October 4, 2022
Houndsman XP

The Perfect Dog

Big Game
Dogs
Strategy

As houndsmen we all dream of the perfect dog. We are striving for perfection from first strike to final tree and everything in between. We want dogs that have high drive but have great kennel manners. We want gritty dogs but not mean dogs. We want top strike dogs but not track straddlers. We are looking for great tree dogs but not slick treeing idiots.

On this episode of The Journey on the Houndsman XP Podcast Network, Heath and Chris dive into this topic of expectations. Are they real or unachievable goals? Whether you are hunting scenting hounds on bear, raccoon, boar or rabbits, sighthounds on hare or terriers. If you want to understand what real expectations are for training your Labrador retriever or pointing dog this conversation will help you set goals for your performance dog and yourself as the trainer.

October 4, 2022
The Average Conservationist

America's Deer w/ Nick Pinizzotto

Big Game
Bowhunting
Conservation
Whitetail

To kick off Org Month on the podcast, from the National Deer Association, Marcus welcomes in Nick Pinizzotto. Nick opens things up by giving a bit about his background and what brought him to NDA. The guys talk about similar hunting traditions in PA and MI, along with what makes the whitetail deer so special. Nick breaks down some of the different programs NDA has to offer for getting new deer hunters in the woods and his favorite part about those events. The two also spend a small amount of time on the merger between QDMA and the Deer Alliance. Nick and the team at NDA are passionate about whitetail deer and the wild places they live and that certainly shows during this conversation. To learn more and become a member of The National Deer Association, go to www.deerassociation.com

October 4, 2022
Ohio Outdoors

Filming your Hunts with Brett Morris of Blue River Bowhunting

Big Game
Bowhunting
Gear
Whitetail

If you listened to last week’s show, you know that knowing where the arrow hit the deer is important. This week Andrew sits down with Brett Morris of Blue River Bowhunting to discuss filming your hunts. Andrew’s always been to concerned with hauling more gear into the woods and really wanted to figure out how hard it could be to film a hunt. Brett gives the 101,201, and 301 level courses on how to capture your hunt. It can be as complicated or simple as you want it to be, but hear about some of his tips and tricks to record that hunt.

Special guests of the week David Brown and Gage Hall come on to discuss their inductions into the O2 Deer Camp. David killed an insanely cool looking whitetail buck on the east side of Ohio, while Gage got it done on his first ever compound kill in Northwest Ohio. Both stories bring to light the beauty of the hunt for these two Ohio Outdoorsmen. Congratulations gentlemen!

Paul has been traveling for work, and didn’t have much to report from the woods. Andrew’s head game continues, this week after missing a doe at 15 yards. This time the only thing injured was Andrew’s ego, so that’s a plus. The biggest highlight of the woods this week was being able to try out First Lite’s new transfer pack. This bag ROCKS! If you are looking, or even if you aren’t looking, for a new bag to take to the whitetail woods, this is the first place to look.

Keep up the good work in the woods and good luck to those heading out this week. COLD weather in the forecast!

October 4, 2022
Antler Up

2022 Whitetail Outlook with Kip Adams

Big Game
Bowhunting
Conservation
Whitetail
Strategy

Hey everyone, welcome to episode 141 of the Antler Up Podcast!

On this week's episode I was joined by NDA’s Chief Conservation Officer Kip Adams.  This is the second time Kips has been on the podcast and I always enjoy catching up with him. Kip is a PA resident and we chat about gearing up for this hunting season, especially right now. Kip has two kids and with my daughter Norah coming out with me this year I asked Kip how to help make hunting fun for kids. After that we dove into how 2022 forecasts and the struggles of 2021. From how deer communicate, finding bedding, using buck sign to cash in on a buck early in the season. The last piece Kip dived into is controlling your emotion in the heat of the moment and the practice to better your skills for that one opportunity. 

Kip does a ton of awesome content for NDA! From written content, guest speaking to making great educational videos. Kip is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to whitetails. Be sure to check his content out over at www.deerassociation.com. Hope you enjoy this episode and look forward to next week! Antler Up!

October 3, 2022
Nine Finger Chronicles

HuntStand Week with Mark Kayser

Bowhunting
Elk
Whitetail
Strategy
Gear

On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, we celebrate HuntStand week with avid hunter Mark Kayser. Mark is well know within hunting circles and is very passionate about hunting a variety of species. From elk and mule deer out west to chasing whitetails during the rut, Mark shares with us what he has learned over the years a hunter and sportsman. On top of that, Mark educates us on how he uses the HuntStand app to locate wild game across the country. Enjoy!


Check out HuntStand

October 3, 2022
The Western Rookie

The Learning Curves of Western Hunting

Big Game
Bowhunting
Strategy
Public Land

Cody has been involved in the outdoors his entire life. He loves hunting, fishing and really anything outdoors. He rodeo’d for 15 years but recently started a land improvement business with his brothers with the ultimate goal to work for himself and have more time for hunting and fishing. Cody grew up hunting whitetails and turkey but has since turned his attentions towards the western hunting world and backpack hunting. Dan and Cody discuss everything from Cody’s rodeo career to the things they’ve learned and the gear they use while chasing big game animals in the west.

October 3, 2022
Whitetail Landscapes

Hunting Tactics and Advanced Strategies Part 1

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), Steve Sherk (Sherk’s Guide Service) and Johnny Stewart discuss hunting tactics and advanced strategies. Johnny explains where to start when breaking down a hunting property. Steve and Johnny discuss the number one factor when evaluating a good versus bad hunting property. Johnny identifies the top factors and locations to find and hunt mature bucks.  Johnny evaluates nighttime and daytime areas and why big bucks use specific areas and how to evaluate trail camera data.  

Steve and Johnny discuss how to anticipate other public land hunters and how they have had to evolve their strategies around these newly found or experienced hunters on the landscape. Jon explains how the tactics talked about apply to both public and private landowners, and how the approaches set up a foundational strategy that will help hunter’s find success. Johnny discusses why deer select certain areas and when to be more aggressive.

Johnny and Steve discuss rut hunting strategies and why Johnny isn’t so concerned with bumping deer while scouting. Johnny describes why hunting out of a tree isn’t as productive as scouting and how he puts together his plan to capitalize and execute on deer he is seeking out.  Steve discusses how he continues to scout and patterns that are annual are not always to be relied upon. Jon and Johnny discuss the importance of terrain and Jonny explains his top three advanced tactics for finding mature bucks.

October 3, 2022
Missouri Woods & Water

Blood Tracking With Matt Davis Of Broken Arrow Game Recovery

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Whitetail

This week Nate and Micah get to talk with Matt Davis, the owner of Broken Arrow Game Recovery, about blood tracking deer.  Matt talks about how a dog gets trained to do this type of work and how they do it.  We also talk about tips for hunters if they feel like they might need a tracking dog and things they can do to help make the track more successful.  Thanks to Matt for making the drive down to us and coming on the show.  Enjoy the show!

Broken Arrow Game Recovery Facebook Page

Missouri Blood Trackers Association

October 2, 2022
Houndsman XP

It’s All on the Line

Big Game
Coon Hunting
Dogs
Strategy

In this episode of the Houndsman XP Podcast Chris is joined by Theresa Lucas McMahan of the advocate for food security organization - Protect the Harvest. Protect the Harvest tackles tough issues that are working against America’s security and freedom. From food shortages to ranching and farming practices the world is being misled. The PLAYERS are the same as those who villainize hunters and hunting. 

Chris and Theresa breakdown issues that are affecting policy making in our governmental bodies such as Green New Deal, American Prairie Reserve, ESGs and what they really hold for our future.

To break it down simply, Houndsmen need to be aware of these multi faceted assaults on freedom. Protect the Harvest is a great friend to have in the fight.

www.houndsmanxp.com

www.protecttheharvest.org 

October 2, 2022
Oklahoma Outdoors

A Chat with ODWC Director J.D. Strong

Big Game
Bowhunting
Conservation
Public Land
Trapping

The 2022 Oklahoma hunting season is underway! To celebrate, we have a very special guest this week on the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Director J.D. Strong joins John to talk about all things big game. Right out of the gate the two tackle one of the big issues creeping up on Oklahoma and surrounding states, chronic wasting disease aka CWD. JD outlines what the state is doing to combat a potential spread of the disease, and also talks about some best practices for people to implement to help keep our deer herd safe.

After the CWD talk, the conversation takes a much more light hearted turn. The guys talk about the state's two elk herds and how the state tries to manage them on both private and public land. Black bears are also a topic of conversation and JD discusses the growth of Oklahomas population and why the state manages the hunting seasons the way that they do.

You can't talk about Oklahoma big game without spending some time on white tail deer. John asks the controversial "one buck vs two buck" question and JD offers some very insightful responses. JD also talks about the states mule deer population and how it can be challenging to manage such a small and varying herd on the edge of its natural range.

October 2, 2022
Michigan Wild

Painted Arrow Outdoors

Big Game
Bowhunting
Gear
Whitetail

Today on the Michigan Wild Podcast, Marcus welcomes in Nate Hicks. Nate is one of the owners of Painted Arrow Outdoors, a hunting accessory brand based in southern Michigan. The guys kick things off discussing their mutual paths into the outdoors and who their hunting mentors were. Nate talks about Painted Arrow, where the idea for their first product came from and how much things have grown in such a short amount of time. Their product, The Mag Pro is a product that easily attaches to the stabilizer of your bow and allows you to easily attach your phone to it for self filming. If you haven't already, be sure and check out the Mag Pro on their website or at a local retailer.

September 30, 2022
Nine Finger Chronicles

Tony Peterson Has The Power

Whitetail
Bowhunting
Strategy

There's really no good description to describe this episode. Let's just say that the first 40 minutes are fun but useless. Then, the last 20 minutest the guys discuss hunting in the first 3 weeks of October and the strategy that accompany this time of year. Topics in this episode include Tony and Dan's first cars, the last time they got angry, early season cold fronts, the weight of trail camera data, and the stupid ass moon phase. If you don't laugh at this episode, see a doctor.

September 29, 2022
Whitetail Experience

Elk Hunting Trip- DIY Bull Hits the Dirt

Big Game
Bowhunting
Elk
Public Land
Strategy

This podcast Dave and Andy tell the epic story of their successfulelk hunt. A DIY bull is something special and Dave and Andy had a rough go for a few days but were able to connect late in the trip. They go over the gear they used on this DIY elk trip and some of the blown opportunities as well.

September 29, 2022
Pennsylvania Woodsman

Blood Trailing Wounded Deer w/ Otto and Otis

Big Game
Bowhunting
Whitetail
Dogs

Pennsylvania began allowing hunters to recover wounded big game with dogs during the 2018 season.  While we always aspire to place shots that require short track jobs, it's only part of hunting to make a bad shot.  On this week's episode of the Pennsylvania Woodsman we sit down with bowhunter and blood tracker Otto Shick.  Otto is a humble farmer from Southeast Pennsylvania that has been bowhunting his entire life and helping people find their deer with his dog Otis since it has been legal.  With all this comes a substantial amount of knowledge regarding tracking and what to do after the shot.

Patience is an attribute that seldom goes unrewarded.  So why is it so difficult for many people to be patient after they release an arrow?  Frankly, it's easier said than done when you're dealing with adrenaline and excitement.  Without discipline, it can quickly ruin your recovery experience.  Slow down and ask yourself things such as, where do I think I hit?  How did the deer react? Where was the last place I saw it run?  What time did I shoot?  Otto shares with us what to do on specific shot situations, the amount of time to wait before tracking, how to mark the trail as you go, and what to do when you lose blood and decide to call someone with a dog.  When in doubt, back out, they say.  Not only is this true for allowing enough time for the animal to expire, it's also true for dog tracking.  Grid searching can hinder a dog's ability to follow up efficiently by molesting the track's scent profile.  If you need help with a track this fall or would like more information about blood tracking with dogs, go to www.unitedbloodtrackers.org.

September 29, 2022
Houndsman XP

AMA Friday-September

Big Game
Dogs
Strategy
Bear
Coon Hunting

You ask the questions and we provide the answers! Chad Reynolds, co host of All Mixed up on the Houndsman XP Podcast Network, joins Chris to answer listener questions.

Topics covered:

-Face Barking

-inter pack aggression

-gun shyness

-young dogs and hunting drive

Listeners will get answers to help overcome dog training issues in coonhounds, big game hounds and terriers. These are common problems that can be addressed and you will get the straight answer from life long Houndsmen and professional dog trainers on AMA Fridays on the Houndsman XP Podcast network.

September 29, 2022
The Hunting Gear Podcast

October Gear B.S. Session

Bowhunting
Gear
Strategy
Whitetail

On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with Josh Raley in a full blown hunting gear B.S. Session. The guys talk about self filming cameras like Tactacam, they discuss their thoughts and opinions on e-bikes, and then Dan ask Josh about different products that he can use both while hunting in the south as well in the northern states like Wisconsin. Just another great BS Session amongst serious hunters.

September 28, 2022
Nine Finger Chronicles

October Hunting Strategy

Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy
Public Land

With October just around the corner, many of us are excited to get in the treestand and start the process of locating big bucks. On this episode fo the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks about his October bowhunting strategy. He explains that he plans to hunt just for a couple of days in early October in order to get some climbing sticks up in some of the best locations on the new farm that he gained access to this summer. While he is there, he plans on checking his trail cameras in hopes of getting an idea of the caliber of deer that are running around on that farm.

Dan shares his thoughts about cold fronts in early to mid October and he feels that they could be a bit over-rated. This episodes is all about planning, preparation, hunting strategy, and getting ready for the big push in November. Good luck to everyone, and enjoy this deer hunting podcast!

September 28, 2022
Nomadic Outdoorsman

Walleye, Elk and So Much More

Big Game
Fishing
Elk
Public Land
Conservation

On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman Dan talks with Evan Trebilcock about his passion for the outdoors and exploring new opportunities.

Since he was just learning to walk, Evan was exposed to the great outdoors. Hailing from rural, upstate New York, his family has always taken advantage of the opportunity to harvest game from the land. From archery whitetail to chasing river walleyes, Evan is always outside pursuing something to take home for dinner.

His upbringing left Evan wanting to share the wonders of wild lands with other curious people. This led him to start a nonprofit mentorship organization with a close friend called Opportunity Outdoors. From indoctrinating first time deer hunters, to teaching himself to archery hunt for bull elk in the Rocky Mountains, Evan lives to push boundaries in the outdoors and bring others along for the ride.

September 28, 2022
Southern Ground

Finding Early Season Rubs WILL Increase Buck Encounters

Big Game
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail
Bowhunting

This week on the Southern Ground Hunting podcast we're talking about how to increase your chances for having early season buck encounters. We've heard plenty of guests, like Warren Womack, talk about finding hot feed trees. While that's still important for finding deer in general, it doesn't always result in finding bucks. What we've found is the hot feed tree that is secluded in a thick area can often be the first available food source inside a buck's core area. How do you know if it is? RUBS, that's how. 

In this episode, Parker is sharing an encounter with a buck in Tennessee from this week. How he found the spot and what the buck ended up doing is a scenario that we've seen play out time and time again during early season. Even going so far as to say that statistically in this scenario, having an encounter with the buck laying down the sign might be as high as 50-60%. 

September 28, 2022
How to Hunt Deer

How to Target Mature Bucks on Public Lands w/ Michael Perry

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Whitetail
Strategy

Over the last couple of years, hunting public land whitetails has become cool again. Thanks to the success of many YouTubers, hunters are taking to public land in huge numbers. While more hunters enjoying our public lands is a good thing, the increased pressure can make hunting public land a challenge. Despite the increase of pressure, however, lots of folks are still finding consistent success. What's their secret?

In this episode of the How to Hunt Deer Podcast, Josh talks with Michael Perry about his tactics for taking big bucks on public land. It took a while for Michael to find success on above average bucks on public land, but over the last several years he's been one of the most consistent public land hunters out there. Just last year, he shot what is now the Alabama state record muzzleloader buck, scoring nearly 196"! During the offseason, Michael wrote a book entitled, Deer Hunting Secrets to Taking Mature Bucks on Public Lands, which is full of deer hunting stories and many of Michael's hunting tactics. Tune in to hear about Michael's hunting strategy and some of the details about the book.

September 27, 2022
Wisconsin Sportsman

Wisconsin Bear Hunting with Hounds

Bear
Big Game
Dogs
Strategy
Public Land

In this episode of the Wisconsin Sportsman Podcast, Josh talks with his good buddy Ryan Denu about his father’s recent bear hunt in northern Wisconsin. Ryan is an avid outdoorsman who’s been hunting since he was a kid. While Ryan’s primary targets are deer and pheasants, bear hunting has held a special place in his heart since he first had the opportunity to experience it several years ago. Ryan accompanied his father on what will likely be his father’s only Wisconsin bear hunt due to the time it takes to acquire a coveted zone A tag. Ryan’s dad didn’t want it easy, and he got exactly what he was looking for on his hunt! He hunted for several days only to find out he and his hunting party had likely been tracking an infamous bear named Nike. Nike had a reputation for refusing to tree, standing his ground, and harming dogs. While Nike never treed, Ryan’s father was finally able to get a clean shot with the help of the hounds. This hunt is one he and Ryan will never forget, and makes for a story you won’t want to miss!

September 27, 2022
Houndsman XP

The Russian Bear Hound: The Laika

Bear
Big Game
Dogs
Predator Hunting

Heath chats with Alex Kurashev about a unique dog that Alex runs on bear, the Laika. One of four different dogs within the breed. Alex tells about the origination of the Laika and the purpose behind the breed. Alex takes us through his love for hunting and how he ended up with the Laika. Heath has Alex tell about how he trained his pack without any help or mentors. The Laika is an interesting breed, they bring a different perspective to a long history of using a hound. Alex has shown two Laikas and determination and you can catch bear just like the rest of us. It’s all about the Journey.

September 27, 2022
Antler Up

Steve Sherk Buck School Part 2

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

Hey everyone, welcome to episode 140 of the Antler Up Podcast!

On this week's episode Dimitri and I were joined by Steve Sherk from Sherks Guide Service.  Steve resides in Western PA where he hunts the big woods of PA.  The last time Steve was on the podcast we had a ton of topics regarding buck hunting tactics.  Well round two is finally here after a year.  Steve wrapped up a two year trail cam data study which he shared on the Exodus Podcast with our friends Chad and Cam.  We get Steve to share hunting strategies for specific weeks, finding bucks after the shift and so much more!   We wrap up the conversation with Steve answering a few listener questions.  Thanks to Steve for coming on again and sharing a ton of great content!!

To start things off in the podcast Steve shares what to focus on coming into the early season and how bedding plays a major role in this.  Follow this up by chatting about shifting cameras, and when he doesn’t shift cameras because he doesn’t want to disturb specific buck areas.  A question came up about not only how Steve tracks buck shifting areas, but does as well and his philosophy on shooting a doe early or not.  Then Steve shares his strategy regarding the three C’s (Cover, Cold Fronts & Cameras).  It was awesome to hear some techniques and stories regarding the three C’s.  Then the meat and potatoes of the podcast Steve breaks down how he would hunt each time frame of the big woods and ties in his trail cam data study for this period.  So much great info in this episode and Part 2 of Buck School with Steve as a freaking blast! Hope you enjoy this episode and look forward to next week! Antler Up!

September 27, 2022
Ohio Outdoors

Opening Whitetail Weekend Recap

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Whitetail

This week Paul and Andrew take time to recap their opening weekend adventures.  Paul spent some time with his son on public land.  Paul had his first official hunt in the saddle, figured out some of the intricacies of the mobile hunter.  No deer down for Paul, but he’s headed in the right direction.

Andrew’s weekend started off slow, but really picked up speed late Saturday afternoon.  Hunting an earn a buck property, he had multiple run ins with antlerless deer.  One deer is in the freezer, although not the largest deer, it qualifies for helping the deer management program, and the door is open for hunting for antlers on that property.  Andrew also discusses his hardship of losing a deer in the field as well.  Not an easy discussion, but it is a potential result when you hunt.  

The guys will keep grinding, and look forward to hearing more from success stories from around the state.

September 27, 2022
The Average Conservationist

Conservation Reset

Conservation
Habitat
Public Land
Big Game

This week on The Average Conservationist Podcast, Marcus is riding solo to give the listeners a bit of a reset before kicking off 'Org Month' in October. Marcus talks about what's to come during org month along with some of the guests that he'll be having on. With that, he also gets into a few different proposed bills that are out there, both good and bad for the conservation world and how you can help voice your opinions. The hope is that this episode will get you to start thinking about conservation from more of a policy side of things and encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and get involved.

September 27, 2022
The Huntavore

Huntavore in Montana

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy

On this episode of Huntavore, Nick recalls his adventure for archery elk with his hunting buddy, Brock Dean. Together they tell their reactions to a week of super highs and deep woes; close enounters, and hellacious climbs, and what helped them to have really good success as greenhorn western elk hunters. Not a lot of animals died, but a couple get real close, on this episode of Huntavore.

Nick is joined by good friend, Brock Dean. Brock, AKA: The Former PLW, public land warrior. Brock and Nick along with two other buds, headed to Montana. They took their chance on a DIY archery hunt with General Elk tags. The week-long hint started with a 24 hour straight through drive. After hitting their campsite and prepping their gear, the 4 some made their first novice move and climbed straight up a face of the mountain without really understanding what their objective was. To their surprise they did happen to hear elk bugles, which gave them some confidence, and started their plan for the next day. Nick and Brock both agreed that our heads were in the right place, while maybe our bodies were not. Very positive going in, knew that the “slog” was worth the effort, continual planning and making audibles kept putting the guys in spots to catch elk. In fact, the group finding a closed ATV trail helped in getting up the mountain and to areas that otherwise would be out of their reach. While even the trail was in bad shape, it was better than thick timber and no switchbacks.

The group also found themselves at the top of bowl with little to no access, other than from the top. This became a sweet spot and location of several very close encounters. One being a huge bull in the timber, another being a spike bull feet from Nick, and finally the dramatic tale of Brock taking an uphill shot on a nice bull that ultimately ended unsuccessful. Overall with what they had accomplished, the adventure of it all, lessons learned, and how close they were to animals, they deemed this a successful trip. Let’s just call it, unfinished business.

September 26, 2022
Nine Finger Chronicles

Nebraska Hunt Recap

Bowhunting
Strategy
Whitetail
Big Game

Last week Dan spent 5 days in Nebraska looking for either a whitetail or mule deer buck to shoot with his bow. On this episode fo the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan breaks down his recent archery hunt to Nebraska. Dan talks about the struggles of an early season deer bow hunt, like fighting the heat, locating water and food sources, and locating a legal deer to even make a stalk on. It was another tough out-of-state hunt, but as you will hear he had a blast and even had a couple learning experiences.

September 26, 2022
Missouri Woods & Water

Talking With Urban Hunter Dom Ehler

Big Game
Bowhunting
Strategy
Whitetail

This week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast we get to talk with urban hunter Dom Ehler.  Dom gets into how he got started into hunting in the city and the advantages and disadvantages to hunting deer in a more urban area.  It's a great talk with Dom. Thanks for listening!

September 26, 2022
Whitetail Landscapes

Early Season Hunting Tactics, Setups, and Strategy

Big Game
Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy

In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Steve Sherk (Sherk’s Guide Service) discuss hunting plans and setups for early season. Steve dives into his process and plans for the next several weeks before clients arrive. Jon explains his plans and when he anticipates having a shot at one of his target deer.  Jon explains fawn recruitment on his own property and how the habitat is expected to benefit his fall hunting.

Steve discusses the data he has collected over the past five years and what key weather factors he believes primarily impacts deer movement. Jon and Steve both discuss the number one external factor that impacts overall movement. Steve discusses how cold weather impacts deer at different times of the year, and how some weather fronts may reduce movement in the areas he hunts. Jon discusses what he has observed on private lands and what he believes negatively impacts deer movement.

Steve discusses the details of his early season plans, more specifically where he hunts and the habitat he prefers. Steve doesn’t have the traditional bed to feeding patterns, which creates a different strategy he believes advantages him in the big woods. Steve discusses the locations he believes provide the best hunting and bedding. Steve explains early vs late season bedding. Jon and Steve discuss the value of high-quality food and how this pertains to deer interest.

Steve explains more about his hit list deer and how he plans on targeting them. Steve details his mobile setup preferences vs fixed treestands. Steve explains how close he gets to bedding areas and why his tactics have changed over the past few years. Steve ends with detailing the significance of the sign he pays attention to and how that relates to deer movement and interest.

September 25, 2022
Houndsman XP

Molan Labe

Big Game
Bowhunting
Conservation
Coon Hunting
Dogs

Houndsman XP, the original podcast for the complete houndsmen, is joining forces with the Sportsmen’s Alliance, the world’s premier defender of hunting freedom.

Chris is joined by Todd Adkins, Vice President of Government Affairs for the Sportsmen’s Alliance. They discuss the new partnership, what it will mean for Houndsmen and the projected impact it will make for houndsmen in the mainstream conversation about hunting.

Chris and Todd also discuss the lawsuit that has been filed in the state of Vermont on behalf of Vermont houndsmen, the ammunition ban on federal wildlife refuges and how important knowing the facts is to effect change in current policy making.

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September 25, 2022
Michigan Wild

Chasing The Adventure w/ James Zandstra

Big Game
Bowhunting
Conservation
Public Land
Whitetail

This week on the Michigan Wild Podcast, Marcus sits down with one of the members from The Fair Chase, James Zandstra. They guys have a great conversation and cover a lot of ground throughout. James kicks things off talking about his journey into the outdoors and he and Jared started The Fair Chase. We get to spend time talking about James' 'why' when it comes to hunting along with a recent trip he took to Alaska. From there the guys talk about the upcoming deer season and what James has planned. If you haven't already, be sure to check out The Fair Chase Podcast and follow along with the guys on all of their outdoor adventures!

September 25, 2022
Oklahoma Outdoors

Deer Behavior and Preseason Reminders

Big Game
Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy

Have you ever asked yourself if your camo pattern really makes a difference? Or wondered how much hunting pressure is too much? This episode of the Oklahoma Outdoors podcast has been building all off season long. John is constantly learning about whitetails and their behavior, habits, and how they move about the landscape. This week, John teaches a crash course in everything he has been learning over the last several months, and how it can be used in hunting scenarios. He has read, listened, and watched countless hours of information from experts all across the country such as the MSU Deerlab and other biologists. The bulk of this episode is about science and research backed data outlining some of the most important things he has learned about how deer see, travel, and react to hunting pressure. John takes these lessons, and applies them to how it can help you be more successful this deer season.

After the deer behavior 201 course, John also throws out some good reminders for folks to keep in mind heading into the fall. Tips like not wasting your time chasing unkillable bucks or not getting hung up on summer trail camera photos. As fall quickly approaches the time has finally come! This is the last episode before Oklahomas bow season opens up, so what better time to talk deer hunting!

September 23, 2022
Wisconsin Sportsman

Public Land Marsh Bucks and Making Memories w/ Greg Tubbs

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Whitetail
Strategy

It is officially DEER SEASON in Wisco! To kick the season off right, Josh had Greg Tubbs of The Okayest Hunter on the show to talk abut Greg's podcast, hunting marsh bucks in southeast Wisconsin, and what hunting is REALLY all about. Greg and the rest of the Okayest Hunter crew have been preaching the okayest hunter gospel of "never pass," and that goes for whatever legal deer your after and, of course, making memories. You can learn more about The Okayest Hunter on their website. 

September 22, 2022
Whitetail Experience

Week Before Deer Season - Get $#)! Done

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

This Podcast Byron breaks down the week before season. As a bowhunter the week before season is an all out effort. Little pockets of time to get things in order for opening day can really be helpful.

Topics Covered:

-scouting

-camera pulls

-trail cam fails

-EHD in Ohio

- Scouting Oaks

-Taped gear and mobile hunting gear prep

-making a prep list

-truck gear items

-Archery practice

September 22, 2022
Houndsman XP

The Truth: The Champion That Never Was

Coon Hunting
Dogs
Predator Hunting
Strategy

Robbie Rhodes and Bad Habit Sambo are names that most that have been following competition coonhunting and the nite hunts for any amount of time will know. As the only UKC Coonhound World Champion that has ever been stripped of his title, Robbie’s name, and that of the x bred coonhound he handled during his notorious run have been discussed everywhere houndsmen gather.  So join us this week as Josh sits down with Robbie as he tells THE TRUTH about Sambo, his hunting past, and most importantly, what happened on that fateful night in 2017. 

September 22, 2022
Pennsylvania Woodsman

The Harsh Reality for EVERY BOWHUNTER

Big Game
Bowhunting
Whitetail

It's that time of year when all the stars begin to align, the weather is cooling down, and it's finally go-time.  You've waited all year long for this, and you're going to do everything in your power to spend the maximum amount of time in the field.  How many times do you tell yourself that this task or event can wait until after hunting season?  It's so easy to get caught up in the mindset that hunting season is priority because there is only a fixed amount of time you're able to hunt each calendar year.  

This week on the Pennsylvania Woodsman, Mitch dives into some personal dilemmas he is having balancing his everyday life and the desire to hunt hunt hunt!  The conversation is more open ended and philosophical then direct.  He shares with us his learning curve being a father and husband while also trying to chase his passion in the whitetail woods.  Mitch is open with everyone about how he really struggles keeping his priorities focused during the hunting season and not allowing himself to put his family and loved ones behind hunting.  Time management can be difficult in life, especially when you have other responsibilities that force you from doing the things you want to do.  Even though hunting has so many positive attributes, the harsh reality is it can become a selfish endeavor with ugly consequences if you're not careful.  If this is something you battle, hopefully this episode lets you know that you're not alone!  Good luck to everyone this fall!

September 21, 2022
Antler Up

Training, Mindset & Urban Hunting with Matt Wiswesser of Venator Human Performance

Big Game
Bowhunting
Strategy
Whitetail

Hey everyone, welcome to episode 139 of the Antler Up Podcast!

On this week's episode Dimitri and I were joined by Matt Wiswesser from Venator Human Performance and Nodens Outdoors.  With the season fast approaching for PA and a lot of states already kicking off, Matt shares some strength training and mindset strategies to keep you ready and prepared for your hunts.  Matt is Nodens Outdoors Chief of Operation and shares some awesome things they have going on for helping Veterans through bowhunting, the outdoors and performance this upcoming season.  Matt is a hunter from northern New Jersey and shares his experience hunting private and public land.  Ultimately we have a fun bs conversation about improving your own self as a hunter and as an individual. 

To start things off in the podcast Matt briefly introduces who he is and what his role is with his own company Venator Human Performance and Nodens Outdoors.  Matt is going to be doing some pretty awesome stuff this fall for Veterans where he and the Nodens Outdoors crew will be going to VA during Veterans Days weekend for a bowhunting camp.  Matt’s background is in exercise science and shares the importance of specificity training for what you do.  For example, the three of us are saddle hunters so we share some important keep training techniques when it comes to getting into “saddle shape.”  Within this discussion two key words came to mind and we touched upon them and those words were “discipline” and “stress.”  We talk about how we need to work towards gaining discipline and decreasing our stress.  Overall, this episode we hope fires you up to set some goals for this upcoming season to improve in all facets in your life.  Be a better hunter, be better physically, mentally and as an overall individual.  Hope you enjoy this episode and look forward to next week! Antler Up!

September 21, 2022
Nine Finger Chronicles

How To Lease Hunting Property

Whitetail
Strategy
Bowhunting

On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with returning guest, Ryan Herman, about how he leases hunting property. Ryan has been leasing deer hunting properties for several years and walks us through the steps he takes to pay for deer hunting access. Ryan talks about where he finds leasing options, how he communicates with land owners, and other things you may need to be aware of before you lease ground to hunt. This is a very informative episode, enjoy!

September 21, 2022
DIY Sportsman

Hunting and Climbing Gear Choices

Gear
Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Whitetail

In this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett discusses his mobile hunting gear along with key considerations to make when choosing between popular styles. While weight, noise, and bulk are items hotly discussed, a very key influencing factor for Garrett is versatility, function, and ease of use in a wide variety of scenarios, habitats, and states.

Some of the main choices discussed are platform size, platforms versus ring of steps, multiple climbing sticks versus single sticking, fixed aiders compared to moveable aiders, minimalist packs against more rigid hybrid-frame packs, and self filming options. This podcast is also supported by a link which contains the gear talked about in more of a broken down list view: https://diy-sportsman.com/2017/12/29/deer-hunting-gear-list-2017/

September 21, 2022
Nomadic Outdoorsman

Mule Deer Hunting For Beginners

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy

On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman Dan and his good friend Linnea recap their first adventure together in Utah’s backcountry.

Dan and Linnea spent the better part of 2 weeks pursuing mule deer in a remote valley in central Utah. From encounters with bedded bucks to a crafty fox this episode is filled with wildlife encounters and close calls. Dan and Linnea are both officially hooked on western archery hunting after their short time in the mountains. Dan and Linnea cover the encounters with the bucks that they have named as well as strategies that got them up close and personal with some Utah giants.

September 21, 2022
Southern Ground

Life On A Bus With 5 Dudes - Tethrd Tagged Out Tour Check In

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

Have you ever just wanted to be able to leave your responsibilities during the fall and hunt for say... 100 days straight? Well this week on the SGH podcast, we're talking to 5 young men who are getting to do just that! You may have heard about the Tagged Out tour that our friends at Tethrd are doing this season. If not, you need to head to YouTube and check it out. They selected these guys to go out on the road on what they call the "struggle bus" to chase public land whitetails all over the country for 100 days. This week we are catching up with the dudes after having spent the first 3 weeks in Nebraska, Kentucky & now Georgia. If you're like us, a large portion of your season is going to be following along with these guys and living vicariously through them.

September 21, 2022
How to Hunt Deer

Finding Success on Out of State Public Land Hunting Trips

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Whitetail
Strategy

Out of state trips for whitetails has soared in popularity over the last couple of years. More than ever, folks are heading to whitetail destination states in search of bigger bucks, better hunting, or just new experiences. But the entire process can be daunting! When out of state, you often have just a few days to learn the place, get on deer, and tag your buck. Because of this, many are held back simply by the fear of failure. 

In this episode of the How to Hunt Deer podcast, Josh talks with Brian Dombrowski of Wisconsin. Brian is a highly mobile public land hunter who’s had tremendous success of the last decade of making trips for velvet bucks. Brian shares his scouting strategy for short out of state hunts, how he chooses an area to target, how his standards are different when out of state, the gear he uses, and of course the story of his recent successful hunt that ended with a beautiful velvet buck. Enjoy!

September 20, 2022
Ohio Outdoors

First Lite, Best Light w/ Josh Hillyard

Big Game
Bowhunting
Whitetail

This week on the Ohio Outdoors podcast, the guys get the chance to sit down with Josh Hillyard of First Lite. It’s not surprise to many of you, that both Paul and Andrew are huge fans of the clothing that First Lite has to offer. Josh gives the background about the company as initially a clothing company for western hunters, and how it has evolved to whitetail, waterfowl, and more. Learn about how to “build a kit” and some of the pieces that each of the guys likes the most.

Around the state, there is a lot of news… but most importantly, DEER SEASON IS HERE!!!

Officially the statewide archery opener is September 24 th . Also around the state, we have more wetland projects being completed, Tree and forest management workshops upcoming, conservation stories, and more. Paul and Andrew were lucky enough to be guests on the Missouri Woods and Water podcast this week, and have been working to get ready for the season opener. Oh yeah, and be sure to join the Pro2 Staff on Patreon! Good luck to everybody that is able to get out this weekend!

September 20, 2022
The Average Conservationist

Conservation Catch Up w/ Cindy Stites

Big Game
Bowhunting
Conservation
Public Land
Whitetail

This week on The Average Conservationist Podcast, Marcus catches up with returning guest Cindy Stites. Cindy currently works for the Indiana DNR, but made the career switch a few years ago to make the world of conservation her full time job. The two catch up on her career change and what has been rewarding for her spending an entire year mentoring new hunters along with her current role at the IN DNR. Cindy discusses her approach to taking new hunters into the field along with the initial conversations she's having before ever stepping foot into the field. If you've ever listened to or read anything Cindy has put out, you know how thoughtful and passionate she is about conservation and the outdoors and this conversation is no different. Be sure to follow along with Cindy on her conservation journey and as she mentors future conservationists.

September 19, 2022
Whitetail Landscapes

Big Buck Harvest, Trail Cameras, and Hunting Strategy

Big Game
Bowhunting
Conservation
Habitat
Strategy

In this podcast Rocky Burrus (SA Farms Management Service), Perry Battin (Drury Outdoors) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), discuss big bucks, trail cameras and hunting strategy. Rocky details his big buck killed in August in Tennessee. Rocky breaks down the layout and how he puts the hunt together on the mature deer. Perry explains food plot concerns and the related drought, and how he and the team are combatting that on an acre by acre basis. Jon provides some examples of how his clients handle drought. Perry discusses the hunting strategy that the Drury team employs when killing does and how they plan on concentrating big bucks around their food plots.

Rocky explains why he uses wise-eye trail cameras and why and the data collections software that comes with his cameras is so great. Rocky and Perry explain the number of cameras they are using on the properties they hunt and manage. Perry explains why he uses Reconyx trail cameras and what he has noticed over the years from the high-end trail camera company.  Perry discusses data collection and how the work of analyzing the pictures is broken up amongst the team members.   Perry, Rocky and Jon discuss the hunting strategy they consider, age class and caliber of deer they go after annually. Jon details his near-term plans and what he anticipates for his hunting season. Rocky and Perry discuss drought and water sources and where to put these on the landscape to attract deer.

September 19, 2022
Missouri Woods & Water

Deer Season Kickoff & Goals With O2 Podcast

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy
Whitetail

This week on the Missouri Woods & Water Podcast Nate and Micah get to talk with fellow podcasters Andrew Muntz and Paul Campbell with The O2 Podcast about deer season kicking off in many states as we speak.  Deer season has been open for 5 days in Missouri and is about to kick off in states like Ohio where Andrew and Paul are from.  In today's show we talk about what's new for each of us this season and some goals we all have.  We also talk about some new gear we might be trying out this year as well.  Thanks to Andrew and Paul for coming on and be sure to check out their podcast!   

September 19, 2022
The Western Rookie

Wrapping Up Mule Deer Camp

Big Game
Bowhunting
Public Land
Strategy

On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan and his good friend Linnea wrap up the past 10 days in Utah’s backcountry.

Dan and Linnea have been chasing muleys in the high country of central Utah. This episode recaps all their encounters, close calls and strategy along the way. Linnea and Dan are both new western archery hunting, but they have learned a lot in their short time in the mountains. Between stalks on bedded bucks, elk bugles and crafty foxes this episode has a little bit of everything for the aspiring western hunter.

September 18, 2022
Oklahoma Outdoors

Early Season Success with Chris Hammond

Big Game
Bowhunting
Whitetail
Strategy

We have our first success story of the year this week on the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast! Returning guest Chris Hammond (episode 74) joins us again on the show to talk about his early season Kentucky velvet buck. Chris was invited out to Kentucky by a fellow professional archer and was blessed to hunt a very lightly hunted and secluded farm. This episode timed out well with John recently returning from his own early season hunt, so the two were able to bounce new experiences off of each other.

Chris is a great story teller, but the story is only half the episode this week. John and Chris also talk about several lessons they learned from hunting new states with different terrain and circumstances. Chris talks about hunting corn early season, which is not something people talk about a lot. The guys also talk about using ozone out in the field, and the things they have learned from using it for several years now. Last but certainly not least, Chris and John talk about Oklahomas CWD rules, and how it makes out of state hunting a little more challenging now that you can no longer bring whole deer from other states back into Oklahoma. They also discuss a few Oklahoma CWD thoughts as well, so listen in and feel free to give your thoughts on the subject on the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast social media pages.

September 18, 2022
Houndsman XP

Point Blank: Wild Road Trips, Jaw Harps and Hound Brain

Big Game
Dogs
Coon Hunting
Strategy

Hang on Folks…this is a wild one! The Houndsman XP crew comes together for this gut busting episode. Chris, Lauren, Seth and Chad gather for a hilarious conversation about Lauren’s recent road trip to get her bluetick coonhound bred. From Wisconsin to Kentucky, Lauren develops lasting and intimate relationships. Chris gets called out to play some Jaw Harp music, and the Houndsman XP reveals their new found affliction “Hound Brain”.

September 18, 2022
Michigan Wild

Public Land Proud w/ Jameson Hibbs

Big Game
Conservation
Bowhunting
Public Land
Whitetail

This week on the Michigan Wild Podcast, Marcus sits down with BHA Chapter Coordinator Jameson Hibbs. The guys get to discuss all things BHA and public lands as September is 'Public Lands Month'. Jameson talks about his path to working for BHA and how things are starting to reshape themselves after a few slower years due to the pandemic. The two get to talk about Michigan and all that it has to offer for anyone looking to get outside, and how often Michigan is overlooked as a sportsman's paradise. BHA is doing great work to help protect public lands and access and if you're looking to get involved in your local chapter, head over to their website and see how you can help do your part.

September 15, 2022
Houndsman XP

The Road to the UKC World Championship

Coon Hunting
Dogs
Public Land
Predator Hunting

Every coonhunter at some point in their lives has dreamed of raising and training a world champion coonhound. From the very beginning as a hunter is selecting the puppy from the litter, somewhere there is that thought: “Will they be the greatest ever?”

On this episode Josh and Chris are joined by UKC Coonhound Programming Manager Trevor Wade. The guys recap Autumn Oaks and layout the upcoming 2022 UKC Coonhound World Championship.

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