The Sportsmen’s Nation is a collection of outdoor hunting podcasts dedicated to the big game hunter. These podcasts cover hunting strategy, hunting gear, and hunting stories of big game species in North America. Topics include elk hunting, mule deer hunting, antelope hunting, and all things western…
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 driveListeners 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.www.houndsmanxp.comSPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
This podcast Dave and Andy tell the epic story of their successful elk 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.
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.Connect with Dan Mathews and The Nomadic Outdoorsman On GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookShop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting GearConnect with EvanOn Instagram, and Online
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.www.houndsmanxp.comSPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
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.
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.Tappecue Meat ProbesInstagram: @tappecueWebsite: https://bit.ly/2NIr0XjCoupon Code 10% off: HUNT10
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.Join Houndsman XP on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/user?u=19418433 at Truck to Tree Dog ($12 monthly) level and receive a complimentary membership after 3 complete months of support. Your support includes:- Access to all exclusive behind the scenes Houndsman XP contentDiscount codes to top industry brandsHoundsman XP hatHoundsman XP window decalSportsmen's Alliance 2 knife setSubscription to quarterly Sportsmen's Alliance MagazineUp to date news about hunting freedoms through the Sportsmen's Alliance News Letterwww.houndsmanxp.comsportsmensalliance.orgSPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
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. www.houndsmanxp.comSPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
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. Connect with Dan Mathews and The Nomadic Outdoorsman On GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookShop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear Connect with LinneaOn Instagram, TikTok and Youtube Sign up for GoWildHERE
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.
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. Connect with Dan Mathews and The Nomadic OutdoorsmanOn GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookShop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear Shop VortexOnline or ConnectOn Instagram, TikTok, Youtube and Facebook Connect with LinneaOnTikTok, Instagram and Youtube
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”.www.houndsmanxp.comSPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
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.www.houndsmanxp.comwww.ukcdogs.comSPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with John Hudspeth about deer feeders and a variety of hunting blinds. John deer hunts in multiple states like Oklahoma and Texas where baiting in legal and the terrain is a bit different than the midwest. Because of this, hunting over feeders in some type of blind is a common strategy. John breaks down several options of deer feeders that are on the market and talks about what style of feeder may be the best for your hunting situation. Then the move the conversation to hunting blinds. Over the years, John has hunted out of may different blinds, this includes hunting blinds that he has built himself. Other topics include hog-proofing you baiting sites and how keep you feeder or box blind standing in windy environments. If you hunt in a state where baiting in legal, this episode has a lot of great information.
On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman Dan recaps the first half of his ongoing Utah mule deer hunt.Dan is currently tagging along/helping mentor his good friend Linnea on her first archery hunt. Dan and Linnea have been dreaming about this hunt since last year when they competed on a van/bus/rv renovation tv show together. Linnea and her dog Akela travel full time in their converted Ram ProMaster. Linnea has been die hard about fly fishing but is just now exploring the world of archery hunting. Dan recaps the grueling first 5 days of their hunt together while Linnea is still on the mountain trying to connect with one of these Utah giants. Connect with Dan Mathews and The Nomadic Outdoorsman On GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookShop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear Connect with LinneaOn Instagram, TikTok and Youtube Sign up for GoWildHERE
This week the guys had the privilege to talk with Janis Putelis, of MeatEater. Many of you know Janis for his adventures with Steve Rinella and his clever remarks, but it didn't start at the top. This discussion is more about how Janis got to where he is now. Janis discusses his younger days of working on ranches in Colorado, to time in Alaska, Utah, and eventually Montana. Paul's been traveling the world again for work but gearing up for deer season. Andrew was able to take an afternoon in the DSA at KillDeer plains to hang out in the tree. Nothing happening, but it was nice to get back into the woods and work out the kinks.Deer archery season opens across the entire state of Ohio on September 24. Don't forget to check out the OHLAP program for new properties across the state. There is a public rule shearing on 9/14/22 at 7pm at the District office at 1500 Dublin Rd Columbus OH. Keep an eye out for EHD as we move closer to the first frost. Also be on the look out for the spotted lantern fly in trees near your home and in the woods. This bug is another invasive one that can cause major damage to our woodlands. Report any findings to the Ohio Department of Agriculture.Have a great week!!www.theo2podcast.comGoWild ProfileTethrdFirst LiteInstagram: @the.o2.podcastTwitter: @Ohiohunt
Deer hunters, have you ever loosed an arrow on that buck of a lifetime, watched it run away and then not been able to find it? The feeling of panic sets in as you lose the blood trail and as you work feverishly to find it again you get a sick feeling deep in your gut. As hunters we want to recover our game, it is our duty. Stack the odds in your favor by calling a blood tracking hound!Heath joins up with Ken Parker of Central Georgia. Ken is a Fire Specialist with the Georgia Forestry Commission. Ken started blood tracking game animals with cur dogs and as he became more involved transitioned over to the Bavarian Mountain Hound. Ken has been working (BGS) for over 25 years. Ken is one of the co-founders of United Blood Trackers and served on the board for many years before stepping down to focus on the BGS club. He has been the chairman of the KBGS-GNA or Group North America for the last 13 years. This is a working group associated with the BGS club in Germany. Ken is also currently the only judge in America for the preliminary test and is working on his 3rd BGS recovering wounded game for hunters. On average Ken takes 65 calls a year to help hunters. Heath and Ken discuss the history of the BGS and talk about the testing process and how a Breed Master decides on the breeding. If you are wanting to better your line or get into Blood tracking this is a must listen. Enjoy your Journey. SPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
This week on The Average Conservationist Podcast, Marcus welcomes in Andrew Pfaff. Andrew is the owner of 2% Certified EcoWash Pressure Washing, based out of Madison, Wisconsin. The guys start at the beginning and discuss Andrew's journey into the outdoors and the story of his first solo hunt and buck. From there, Andrew and Marcus take a deep dive into EcoWash. Andrew started his home maintenance business as a freshman in college, during the height of the pandemic and hasn't looked back. Growing to 35 employees during this past summer, Andrew is giving other college students an opportunity at real world experience and a chance to run their own business. Along with that Andrew is striving to be 5% better than his competitors when it comes to the impact they could potentially be having on the environment. If you're in the greater Madison and surrounding areas and are looking for some work done on your home, be sure and check out EcoWash Pressure Washing.
On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan updates the listeners on how his first ever archery mule deer hunt is going.Dan is midway through an archery mule deer hunt in Utah where he is helping his friend Linnea fill her first ever archery tag on a big mule deer buck. Dan and Linnea met last year when they competed on a van/bus/rv renovation tv show called Gutted. Linnea is a full time van lifer and Dan and his wife Samantha spent their past life renovating RV's. Linnea has been a die hard flyfisher for a while now but when she found out that Dan is a hunter she immediately started asking for advice and trying to get him to help her fill her first ever tag. Dan and Linnea have found and begun to pattern some mature Utah muleys and are hopeful for what the next few days have in store.Connect with Dan Mathews and The Nomadic OutdoorsmanOn GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookShop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear Shop VortexOnline or ConnectOn Instagram, TikTok, Youtube and Facebook Connect with LinneaOnYoutube, Instagram and Tiktok
This week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast we recap our elk trip while sitting around a campfire on the last night of our trip. Our hunting buddies Brandon and Pat join us as we break down each day of the hunt and have some laughs and tell some stories. Thanks for listening!Check out the MO Woods & Water Linktree for show and partner linksMidwest Gun Works: Use code MWW5 for 5% offCuddeback: Use code MOWW22 for 10% offRivers Edge Treestands: Use code Missouri10 for 10% off plus free shipping on Hang-Ons and Ladder StandsLucky BuckOnX: Use code MWW20 for 20% off CamofireBlack Ovis: Use code MWW10 for 10% off
Who doesn't fantasize about wielding a pistol like Doc Holliday? Pistols and hunting are controversial. Loathed by some hunting groups to the point of “you ain't using it” to celebrated by others. The pistol's effectiveness is dependent upon the individual shooter's experience and willingness to put in the reps to train with it.Caleb Barnett of Underwood Ammo is back. Chris and Caleb discuss handgun training choice, training tips and where and how to carry. Each shooter is unique and requires different things from a handgun but we all share the same end result…proficiency! Being able to draw, shoot and hit the target is the most important aspect of carrying a handgun. In this episode of the Houndsman XP Podcast we break it all down from handgun choices, training tips and the importance of where the pistol is carried.www.houndsmanxp.comwww.underwoodammo.comSPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
On this episode of Huntavore, Nick digitally sits down with Rick Casey, CEO of CHARD Products. Rick has a passion for wildgame, growing up in the U.P. of Michigan, Rick has fond memories of bringing in deer to the family garage and working together to create the amazing dishes of his yesteryears, like his grandma's potato sausage. Rick also goes into how hunting and venison has impacted the design of his products, helping them be more effective for the hunter's kitchen. If meat means more to you than just a fuel source, then this is your episode. Settle on in for a nostalgia filled episode of Huntavore.Rick Casey is a problem solver. He sees products and notices changes that can be made to make them better. He has turned this trait into successful businesses. So when Rick had the chance to improve meat processing equipment, he fell back on his upbringing. Holidays in the U.P. , cutting venison with his family. What worked? What did he wish was changed back then? How could I improve the process of bringing wild game to my family's table? Through this Rick has improved many of his CHARD Products.https://linktr.ee/chardproductsIn our chat, Rick was so open about how much food means to him. Taking the time to not only sell a product hunters could use and be content with mediocre, Rick had to tinker and think about how he used poorly designed products before, and fix those quirks. Even if it was widen the legs to make it more stable, or using steel gears instead of plastic for a more robust build. These are changes that can help hunters step up their processing game. Ricks idea of making processing and cooking your wildgame is what he called closing the circle. So much effort is given preparing, executing, and finishing the hunt. Why stop there?Tappecue Meat ProbesInstagram: @tappecueWebsite: https://bit.ly/2NIr0XjCoupon Code 10% off: HUNT10
You may know Exodus Outdoor Gear from their lineup of SD Card and cellular trail cameras. But, did you know that they have recently jumped in to the world of building custom arrows? On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with owner Chad Sylvester about why they decided to get in to the arrow market, the testing involved, the material they use, and goal of offering a very specific arrow to fit you bow specifications. If you are a gear nut, we'er sure you will enjoy this episode!
Getting your crew from point A to B is one of the most fundamental tasks to hunting in partnership with animals. In this episode Chad went on a spree with interesting guests ranging from mule men training their equines to jump into the back of trucks, to Chris Powell and his ever-interesting life, to how to get our feathered missiles to the field to take flight! This episode had so many exciting guests we ran out of time and took more of them to the Patreon page so make sure to go there and check out elite pig dog training and homemade Sighthound boxes!Sponsors:www.timetogowild.comwww.wall2wallfab.comwww.joypetfood.comhttps://cajunlights.comwww.shopbriarcreek.comwww.dogsrtreed.comwww.freedomhunters.orgwww.roughcutcompany.com
Heath interviews Dr. Nathan Hall, PHD, Assistant professor of Companion Animal Science at Texas Tech University. Dr. Hall is the director of canine olfaction research and education laboratory department of animal science. Dr Hall talks about how previous experience with odors can influence odor learning and generalization. Heath and Dr Hall break down how physiological factors are involved in odor detection. They also talk about a study on how dogs get demotivated to search (Hunt) after periods of no reward. Last, Dr. Hall tells how fast a dog can learn to recognize an odor or scent, it's mind blowing. Enjoy this nerd out episode of the Journey. SPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
This week on The Average Conservationist Podcast, Marcus sits down with returning guest, Eric Clark. Eric is one of the founders of lifestyle apparel brand Okayest Hunter and also one of the hosts of the Okayest Hunter Podcast. The guys get to talk about the rollercoaster that the brand has been on over the past two years and how things have grown and how the community is being built. Eric describes the approach they are taking to help spread their message along with a recent 3D archery shoot they just hosted in Wisconsin. The team at Okayest Hunter are continuously putting out funny and relatable content that most hunters can appreciate, and on top of that they are offering some great merch. If you haven't already, be sure and check out the Okayest Hunter on any of your social media platforms.Sponsors:www.gohunt.comwww.hardsidehydration.comwww.stoneglacier.comwww.outdoorclass.comwww.wildriverscoffeeco.comwww.fishandwildlife.org
Join us this week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast as we do some pregame talk before we leave for our archery elk trip out west. Our buddies and hunting partners Russell and Pat join us as we go through our thoughts and answer some listener questions about our trip. When you hear this we will be in the middle of our hunt so wish us luck! Check out the MO Woods & Water Linktree for show and partner linksHuntworth Gear: Use code MWW15 for 15% offAlps Outdoorz: Use code WOODSWATER for 30% off Zamberlan BootsCamofireBlack Ovis: Use code MWW10 for 10% offHabitat Works Facebook Page: Mention us when you call and get 15% off any service816-752-7390 email@example.com
On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan talks with Cole Quarnberg, an Army and National Guard vet and long time staple in the shooting industry.Cole grew up in a small town in Utah, and after 9/11 decided that he needed to serve. Cole spent 8 years between the Army and National Guard. Upon getting out he got hired on by Remington/ Barnes as a ballistician. He spent 6 years there before moving on to start his own company Team POI. Cole now manages multiple companies within the shooting and outdoor community and consistently tries to educate others on long range shooting/hunting. Cole has also started Long Range Tactics and offers a hunting shooting school.Connect with Dan Mathews and The Nomadic OutdoorsmanOn GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookShop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear Shop VortexOnline or ConnectOn Instagram, TikTok, Youtube and Facebook Connect with Cole QuarnbergOnInstagram, Youtube and Online
Being right or trying to be the authority on every topic is not the goal. Getting the best info from the most qualified people is; even if it means admitting we got it wrong.DVM Taylor Young, also known as Tree Dog Doc, joins host Chris Powell to go deeper into antibiotics and their proper use. They discuss the issue of evolving antibiotic resistances, the cautions about dexamethasone and much more.SPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
Host Josh Michaelis is joined by Houndsman XP creator Chris Powell for some straight talk about Coondog stuff. Josh and Chris talk about how they choose dog names. Is it ok to recycle names? How many Hammers are there? Are we still stuck at 20% success rates in breeding? If so why? Can we do better or is the theory outdated?Super Stakes is approaching rapidly. Chris and Josh talk about when and where it is. The format and what it takes to get there, pay outs and predictions of who will win.Josh inquires about a few rule interpretations and gives a full report. It's all in the episode of The Truth on the Houndsman XP Podcast Network.SPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
Heath Hyatt, host of The Journey on the Houndsman XP Network, is a master trainer. In this episode he and Chris Powell discuss the developmental stages of pups.The conversation, provoked by Professional Outfitter Leon Brown, covers the different stages and the crucial timing to teach your pup. Listeners will get a breakdown of each developmental stage and what hopeful trainers can teach during those stages.The information in this episode is a must listen for anyone training performance dogs that wants to develop Xtreme Performance.SPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
Joining Marcus on The Average Conservationist Podcast this week is George Cathey. George is the owner of 2% Certified Oxbow Ecological Engineering. Oxbow uses civil and ecological engineering practices to help solve various problems and issues facing wildlife. Growing up in New Mexico and spending most of his life outdoors, George has been able to combine his love for problem solving and wildlife to better habitat throughout the west. George has such a strong conviction for what he does that he often finds himself helping out in phases of projects where others would pass the job off and looking for opportunities to get his hands dirty. After listening to this episode you'll easily be inspired to want to get out and give back to your local wildlife in any way that you can.
This week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast, with the return of Andy, we get to sit down with Tracy Breen and talk about hunting on a budget. Tracy has been an outdoor writer and marketing consultant in the outdoor industry for over 20 years and became a pro, especially in his younger days, at learning how to pull off hunts he wanted to go on while on a tight budget. To start the show off, Tracy floors us by telling us about something he does that we have never heard of; turkey hunting with dogs. Then we get into things like skimping on food, over indulging on footwear, and the importance of a pack. We also get into the importance of clothes, which transitions us into a conversation about Hunworth and their new Heat Boost line of cold weather gear. Tracy has perfected the art of hunting on a budget to the point that he actually wrote a book about it. It is titled "Big Game On A Budget." Check it out on his website www.tracybreen.com. Thanks for listening! Check out the MO Woods & Water Linktree for show and partner links Huntworth Gear: Use code MWW15 for 15% offMidwest Gun Works: Use code MWW5 for 5% offCuddeback: Use code MOWW22 for 10% offRivers Edge Treestands: Use code Missouri10 for 10% off plus free shipping on Hang-Ons and Ladder StandsLucky BuckOnX: Use code MWW20 for 20% off CamofireBlack Ovis: Use code MWW10 for 10% off
On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan talks with Stephen Walker, a pastor and avid big game hunter from Colorado.Stephen is an avid hunter and father of 3. He has been married 24 yrs to his wife Charity. He is also a Pastor and speaker. Stephen was born and raised in Louisiana. His first experiences with hunting was chasing wild boars with dogs. From there he started hunting whitetails at 12, turkey at 25 and went on his first elk hunt in 2009 at the age of 29. Since then he has fallen in love with western hunting and continues to chase mule deer and elk in Colorado and Arizona and whitetail in Georgia and Lousiana. Shed hunting is one of his greatest passions. He and Dan discuss everything about western hunting and Stephen informs Dan of the endless possibilities when it comes to finding and selling giant deer and elk sheds.Connect with Dan Mathews and The Nomadic OutdoorsmanOn GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookShop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting GearShop VortexOnline or ConnectOn Instagram, TikTok, Youtube and Facebook Connect with Stephen WalkerOnInstagram and Youtube
On this episode of Huntavore, pressure builds as season openers draw near, and Nick is presented with an opportunity to hunt elk in Montana. The combination of exciting new experiences along with adventure in a brand new environment builds a pressure of anxiousness, nervousness and excitement. Speaking of pressure, One of Nick's tasks this week is to turn heavily worked venison cuts into easy bags of shredded goodness that can help with midweek meal prep. Seal up those valves, pressure is about to build on this episode of Huntavore.With 13 days left (at the time of this recording) before a group a hunting buddies and myself head out to Montana. This will be a lot of firsts for me; first hunt out of state, first hunt for elk, first hunt from a truck/backpack. Even with all the preparations and training, and conditioning I feel the pressure of the unknown. It's an exciting pressure, thrill of adventure, yet the daunting thoughts of what's next, and what should I expect are ever present. (Side note). After I recorded this, a practice session with the bow helped my anxiety.Along with returning safely, I'm ok with either outcome; no elk, amazing backpacking trip, or we get elk and bring home glorious meat.Now to bring things back around to meat. One of Nick's tasks is to prepare a batch of shredded venison that can be used in the months ahead. Loading up the instapot and seasoning with salt, pepper, and garlic will produce a great tasting base shredded veni, for a whole number of dishes. Vac these into 1lb bags and back to the freezer. Because they are cooked and packed with the drippings makes for a quick warm up final add of seasoning toward whatever you want to make.A dish that I will do in my enameled dutch oven will be Hank's Veni Barbacoa, recipe here:https://honest-food.net/barbacoa-recipe-venison/ Tappecue Meat ProbesInstagram: @tappecueWebsite: https://bit.ly/2NIr0XjCoupon Code 10% off: HUNT10
To describe Asa Briggs, it would have to be unassuming. His accomplishments do not reflect in his character. He is a quiet guy that doesn't draw a lot of attention to himself when he is at an event until he turns a hound loose. People, when asked, describe as “always packing a nice dog” or “if he shows up at an event he has a real chance of winning”. Houndsman XP host, Chris Powell traveled to north central Michigan and had a chat with Asa about hounds, competition coonhunting, bobcat hunting and hall of fame dogs. Asa shared a bit about his breeding philosophies and preparation for big events. Listeners will get a real treat to hear from this Xtreme Performance Houndsman.SPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with Andrew Muntz of the Ohio Outdoors podcast about electronic and tech hunting products. The guys discuss everything from electronic archery sights and cell cams to ozone machines, e-bikes and hunting apps on your phone and computer. This is just another great BS session about hunting gear and equipment.
Ask Me Anything Friday, for future reference AMA Friday, is an opportunity for listeners to submit questions about hounds, training, hound lifestyle, hunting, get questions or what to buy your wife for Valentine's Day. There is nothing off limits.On this first edition of AMA Friday, host Chris Powell and Heath Hyatt, who is hosting the Wednesday edition of the wildly popular “The Journey”, tackle the questions from listeners. Heath and Chris discuss:BabblingExcessive barkingShynessJacob Campbell's new roll as event organizerFinished bear dogsAnd more!!!SPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman Dan talks with Skyler Watkins about his plan to secure hunting and fishing property for the future generations.Skyler started guiding hunts at 14 and has worked in the field ever since. After years in the industry traveling the country hunting and fishing as well as guiding many clients to successful outdoor adventures, Skyler started The Wild U which is an unbiased and non judgmental space for outdoorsmen and women to grow in their knowledge and experience of outdoor activities. He has since started a non profit called 4Progeny, an organization designed to take a stand against anti hunting legislation and governmental agendas by purchasing private land through crowd sourced funding to be held in a non profit organization for use by the public hunting community. Dan and Skyler talk all about how we can each take a small step towards preserving land that will collectively make a huge difference. Connect with Dan Mathews and The Nomadic Outdoorsman On GoWild, TikTok, Instagram, and FacebookShop Dan's Podcast Gear and Hunting Gear Connect with The Wild UOnline Connect with 4Progeny Online and on Instagram Sign up for GoWildHERE
Do you use supplements for your hounds joints?While in Orlando, Heath sits down with the Co-owner, Olivier Morin, of 1-TDC and talks about how oral and joint care can add years to your hounds performance. Olivier goes over how dental care boosts the dogs overall health. He explains how 1- TDC works and all the different uses for it and how it differs from other oral and joint supplements. There is a surprise use that may put your hounds back in the field faster than other products. Olivier talks about how some of the top dogs in agility- frisbee and sledding are using this product. Heath is going to use the product on several dogs and give updates on how it is working. This is something we may overlook in our everyday maintenance of our hounds. USE: HoundsmanXP15 for discount codeHere are links to when, how to use:1-TDC on working dog Radio:wsow.live/working-dog-radioFor more info on use and purchase:1tdc-animal-dog-periodontal-1SPONSORS:Cajun LightsHavoc Hunting SupplyGo WildOld South Dog BoxesJoy Dog FoodBriar Creek KenneldogsRtreedFreedom HuntersRough Cut Company
Hey everyone, welcome to episode 135 of the Antler Up Podcast!On this week's episode I was joined by Marcus Smith from Black Ovis! Most of you know Black Ovis as your one stop shop when it comes to all things hunting gear like archery equipment, boots, clothing, backpacking gear and a ton more. I had the opportunity to meet Marcus at this past year's ATA show in KY and knew I wanted to get him on the show. Well better late than ever and I had a great time talking to Marcus about a few different topics when it comes to hunting and gear!We start out this episode with Marcus sharing his background in marketing and how being a professional skier led him to his job with Black Ovis. Marcus then talks about growing up chasing elk in UT and now his passion is bowhunting! I love these stories because you can really hear it in his voice how much this means to him. This episode wouldn't be complete until we really got into talking about some gear. With western hunting in full swing I asked Marcus what his must have pieces of gear and more! The last bit we discuss is how the new laws in UT regarding trail cameras and how the law has altered his strategy. Enjoy today's episode & thanks for tuning in!! ANTLER UP!!USE CODE: Podcast at The Elk Collective to save $30USE CODE: Antlerup to save 20% at Spartan ForgeUSE CODE: ANTLER to save 20% at Black Rifle CoffeeUSE CODE: ANTLERUP21 to save 10% at HALF-RACKUSE CODE: Antlerup15 to save 15% at Vapor Trail & StokerziedUSE CODE: ANTLERUP15 to save 15% at REK Broadheads ——————————————————————Our podcast can be found on all major platforms like iTunes, Spotify, and MORE! Just follow the link in our bio to take you there! Thank you for the support and ANTLER UP!!——————————————————————#sportsmensempire #antlerupoutdoors #antlerup #antleruppodcast #firstlite #gofartherstaylonger #blackrifflecoffee #americasbestbowstrings #spartanforge #tethrd #tethrdnation #vortexnation #huntingpodcast #hunting #shaybutlerknives #deer #bowhunt #pabowhunting #brccoutdoors #bowhunting #vortexoptics #psearchery #paoutdoors #nockonnation #halfrack #saddlehunting #domainoutdoor #sorinexoutdoors #crispiboots #saddlehunting A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU FOR THE CONTINUED SUPPORT AND ESPECIALLY THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR AMAZING PARTNERS. BE SURE TO CHECK THEM OUT OVER ON OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.ANTLERUPOUTDOORS.COMAgain, thank you for listening, I hope you enjoy today's show...until next time ANTLER UP!Check us out at the following channels:Website: https://www.antlerupoutdoors.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/antler_up_outdoors/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5JBVVa0aVNqAd0ec-752YQFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/antlerupoutdoors/Check us out our partners:Spartan ForgeAmerica's Best BowstringsFirst LiteTethrdShay Butler KnivesDomain OutdoorVortex OpticsHalf-RackGoWild
This week on the Podcast, Marcus is joined by Chris Spencer and Dr. Adam Ford from the film Community For The Wild. Community For The Wild is a film that was put together to capture the work being done by a group of biologists and volunteers studying the mule deer herd in the southern range of British Columbia. Adam and Chris talk about the role they played in the project along with the struggles of the project, what they learned and what is to come next. Be sure and check out the film at the link below on youtube and if you're in the area see how you can get involved in the next phase of the project.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCd36Yzk6Dk Sponsors:www.hardsidehydration.comwww.stoneglacier.comwww.gohunt.comwww.wildriverscoffeeco.comwww.fishandwildlife.org