The Sportsmen’s Nation is a collection of outdoor hunting podcasts for the die-hard sportsman. These podcasts are jam packed with fun and educational information about whitetail deer hunting that will not only help you in the field, but help scratch the itch when you can’t be in the tree stand. Nine…
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On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, the man, the myth, the legend, Lucas Cayko is back on the podcast to discuss his recent success on North Dakota public land. Lucas breaks down what led to his early season success , how he puts a lot of emphasis on scouting as well as reading sign and knowing where to set up on any given mobile hunt. This is an excellent episode with a guest who seems to fill his tag every season. Nine Finger Chronicles is Powered by Simplecast
On the Southern Ground Hunting podcast we really want to be an example of applying tactics that we have heard from our guests and sharing the outcomes. This season will be no different. We're going to be bi-weekly sharing our experiences in the woods through February, largely based on the things we have talked to our guests about. This week, Parker and Drew share their stories of the arrows that have been tossed over the last couple of weeks. Parker has been able to kill a couple of does, and Drew was robbed by an unforeseen branch. That being said, they put the tactics talked about by Dave Owens and Warren Womack in previous episodes and it worked! Listen up! We believe that podcasts like this one really can help you be more successful in the woods. We seriously think that if you will evaluate and adapt our guest's information & our experiences to your hunting situation, it can make you better and find success yourself. Become a SGH Patron:https://www.patreon.com/SouthernGroundHuntingOur Partners:Spartan Forge - Use the code “southernground” at www.spartanforge.ai to save 25% on your membershipGoWIld - Use the code “southernground” on your gear purchases to save 10% https://timetogowild.com/profile/RkFymLZ3lAc4odGNudd2LwTethrd - www.tethrdnation.comNucanoe - www.nucanoe.comSkre Gear - Use the code “southernground” at www.skregear.com to save 15% on your purchase SGH is powered by Simple Cast.
On this episode of the The Truth Josh sits down with good friends Zane Allen and Jed Finley as they talk everything competition hunting. Sit back and relax while we have a casual discussion about burned out dogs, Jed and Josh arguing, babbling dogs, and how easy it is to train a puppy. Learn how Jed and Josh have blown nearly every male dog up that they have ever hunted, how Zane can stand being around us, and our thoughts on some of the previous episodes of The Truth!! You won't want to miss this one!! So join us for THE TRUTH only on the Houndsman XP podcast network!!www.wall2wallfab.comwww.joypetfood.comwww.shopbriarcreek.comwww.dogrtreed.comwww.sticbowoutdoors.comwww.dakota283.comwww.freedomhunters.org#youfollowyourhounds #fueledbyjoy Houndsman XP is Powered by Simplecast
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with Lucas Johnson of Covert Scouting Cameras about the all things trail cameras. Dan and Lucas discuss the evolution of trail cameras and why they are a source of both so much love and hate. The guys discuss everything from tips and tricks for getting the best out of you r trail cameras, troubleshooting tips if the camera isn't working properly, as well as a conversation about knowing what functionality you need for your given strategy. Lucas also talks about Covert specifically. He explains their 2 year warranty, innovation, where their trailcameras are manufactured, and breaks down their lineup. Lastly, Lucas explains why any serious hunters should pick up a covert. Hunting Gear Podcast is Powered by Simplecast
For week 2 of Conservation Month on The Average Conservationist Podcast, Marcus welcomes in Nick Green and Ian FitzGerald from Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC). The guys talk about all things Michigan and the outdoors from policy and education to habitat and communication. With a state like Michigan that is steeped in outdoor tradition, the guys get into the role that MUCC plays in helping make that possible year in and year out. While not being a traditional species specific organization, this allows MUCC to get involved in any and everything that relates to Michigan wildlife and habitat. Even if you're not from Michigan, this conversation gives you a glimpse of what many of these conservation organizations do on a regular basis for wildlife. Average Conservationist is Powered by Simplecast
Over the last couple hunting season twin brothers Nate and Tom Krick of the YouTube Channel Identical Draw have dedicate a lot of time mentoring new hunters all over the country. On this episode of the How To Hunt Deer Podcast, Dan talks with experienced hunting mentor Nate Krick about what he learned as a mentor and common questions he was asked by his mentees. We discuss everything from walking in to the woods and looking for fresh sign, to missing the shot and field dressing your deer. This is a really good episode where a lot of topics are covered. Enjoy! How To Hunt Deer Podcast is Powered by Simplecast
This weeks Oklahoma Outdoors episode is a two for one! Kyle Griffith was able to tag a nice buck on opening day of Oklahomas archery season, but the podcast doesn't stop with that story. Kyle is a chiropractor by trade, but specializes in helping athletes recover from injuries. John and Kyle go over tips to help the common archer stay fit and healthy to prevent injuries before they start, specifically shoulder injuries. This episode is jam packed! Oklahoma Outdoors is Powered by Simplecast
This week on Episode 1 of the O2 podcast, the crew got together just to give a quick run down of the Ohio Outdoors. Learn about Paul's obsession with turkeys and game calls, Andrew's battle with Mosquitoes and poison ivy, and how Corey got shanked by his uncle with a knife. It's early October in Ohio, so White tail archery season is in full swing. We have all been out a few times, with no real success, but learning as we go. Andrew's experimentation with the saddle system is discussed, the pro's and con's, and Paul's hesitation to climb a tree. Weather in Ohio, will it ever get cold? Where is that cold front to get the deer up and moving? Wind direction, how to judge it, weather forecasts reliability, and how important it can be in hunting deer. This podcast is a whirlwind, but covers a variety of topics to get you excited about the hunting and outdoor seasons in Ohio year round. Ohio Outdoors is Powered by Simplecast
This week Chad has Chris Porter on the podcast to talk about his 2020 Nevada Elk Hunt. Chris talks about why this was such a special tag and how hard it is to draw. He also gets into his summer scouting and how it really helped pay off in the Fall. Chris explains his planning and selection process for choosing the bull that he did and talks about the fun the goHUNT guys had the night prior to opening morning. Finally, Chris talks about setting up a nice camp and how it really helps you stay in the game through the hunt. This hunt is a goHUNT original film titled "The Game Plan" and can be found on their YouTube page or in the notes below. goHUNTYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/goHUNTInstagram - @gohuntWebsite - https://www.gohunt.comgoHUNT InsiderReceive a $50 Credit to the goHUNT Gear Shop when you purchase the Insider Program and use the code ROOKIESwww.gohunt.com/insider BACKCOUNTRY ROOKIESWebsite - https://backcountryrookies.comInstagram - @backcountryrookiesFacebook - Backcountry Rookies Group - Backcountry Rookies Nation Elk101 University of Elk HuntingSave 20% by using the code ROOKIEShttps://www.elk101.com/product/university-of-elk-hunting-online-course/ Vortex OpticsUse the code ROOKIES and save 20% on apparel at the Vortex Optics Websitehttps://vortexoptics.com Backcountry Rookies is Powered by Simplecast
One of the biggest movies stars of the 1980's was Tom Cruise. He stared in several blockbusters like Risky Business, Cocktail, and of course Top Gun. But, did you know that these movies also have a hidden hunting strategy theme? You have to dig deep, but is there. Tony Peterson joins Dan once again to talk about how 1980's A-List movie star Tom Cruise and his movies have an underlying theme relating to big buck hunting strategy. The guys talk about how to overcome metal fatigue and self doubt, how to kill your first big buck, and how when it comes to whitetail hunting the grass may not alway be greener on the other side. This episode is actually somewhat professional and you could learn a thing or two. Nine Finger Chronicles is Powered by Simplecast
Welcome to the O2 podcast, THE podcast for all of Ohio's outdoor news and information. Join Corey, Paul, and Andrew on the journey of podcasting about their obsession with the great outdoors in Ohio. In this episode the crew introduces themselves and gives a brief background of how they fell in love with the outdoors. Stay tuned for upcoming episodes with interviews from experts around the country, news relevant to Ohio, and some entertainment along the way too. Ohio Outdoors is Powered by Simplecast
With the recent demonetization of hunting videos on YouTube and other social media platforms actively stifling the hunting community, the Missouri Woods & Water podcast wanted to talk with the CEO of GoWild, Brad Luttrell. GoWild is a platform specifically made for those members of the hunting and outdoors community. Have a listen to Nate and Brad talk about the other social media platforms and how GoWild is different. Thanks for listening. Missouri Woods & Water is Powered by Simplecast
Have you harvested a buck yet? Are you waiting for the rut to hunt or the cooler days in the forecast? If so, this podcast was designed for you to learn how you can get ahead of everyone else and the upcoming growing season. What you do now, has the ability to set you apart! Cool-season grasses when they are out of place can be the enemy of quality habitat. However, we are entering a great time to tackle that grass head-on. A timely herbicide application will terminate the grass ahead of winter. This give you plenty of time to have the area burned off and prepared ahead of the growing season in 2022. In addition, we share some great insight from a recent consulting trip comparing bottomland acres to upland sites. Don't miss out on the information to turn your property into a wildife paradise. Land & Legacy is Powered by Simplecast
After a successful podcast last week, we need to complete the comparison podcast to build upon the importance of having your priorities in order for your property. Last week we discussed a timber-dominated 320-acre property. This week, we discuss a 35-acre property that is roughly 50% open and 50% timber. Various habitat techniques will be used, but not as important as the order in which techniques get accomplished. One of the biggest resources we can give to a property is not financial, it's time. Therefore, how you spend your time really matters. This resource is often thought of as secondary, but it's not. Quality habitat work can be accomplished when you have time to implement it. So listen up on how to properly tackle an intensive approach to maximize wildlife habitat on 35 acres. Be sure to give this a listen and a share! #ForLoveoftheLand Land & Legacy is Powered by Simplecast
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicle hunting podcast, Dan talks with Tyler Hogle of Missouri about what it's like hunting in Canada and an early season hunting strategy. We kick the episode off with Tyler talking about the differences and similarities of hunting in Canada vs. the U.S. He talks abut the differences in terrain, deer behavior, and the obvious body size that Canadian whitetails have. Then, the guys transition to a conversation about a specific deer that Tyler is hunting on one of his Missouri farms and the early season strategy he plans to implement. He shares with us what he thinks the deer is doing, if the buck is currently killable, and what conditions he feels he needs to get the job done. Another great episode from an average Joe looking to seal the deal. Nine Finger Chronicles is Powered by Simplecast
Shorty and Chris dive deep into caring for your hounds. Admittedly, neither are veterinarians. However, they have decades of experience with hounds, livestock and administering meds and preventative treatment to animals.In this episode Chris and Shorty will discuss numerous products that will be helpful for the Houndsman to prevent and eradicate parasites from hounds and kennel space. www.joypetfood.comwww.shopbriarcreek.comwww.wall2wallfab.comwww.dogrtreed.comwww.dakota283.comwww.freedomhunters.org#youfollowyourhounds #fueledbyjoy Houndsman XP is Powered by Simplecast
In this episode, Josh is joined by Wisconsin Waterfowl Association members Bruce Russ (Executive Director), Peter Ziegler (Project Director), Todd Schaller (Volunteer Director), and George Ermert (Volunteer Director). If you haven't heard of the Wisconsin Waterfowl Association, they're doing a ton of great work benefiting waterfowl and wetland habitat in the state of Wisconsin. The guys give a forecast for the 2021 Wisconsin waterfowl season and highlight the work of the Wisconsin Waterfowl Association. Find out more about WWA at wisducks.org. Wisconsin Sportsmen is Powered by Simplecast
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Tristian Mole from South Carolina talks about his recent success on a big southern buck. Tristian explains that he recently picked up a new hunting property that had little to no hunting pressure on it. Once he gained permission, he started the process of hanging treestands and trail cameras, and even started multiple stations on the property which is legal in South Carolina. It take long for this buck to pop up on one of his trail cameras. As soon as Tristian was able, he begin actively hunting this mature buck. With a couple of adjustments to his hunting strategy, waiting on the right wind, and one moved treestand, Tristan was able to connect with this buck on the evening of October 1st. Nine Finger Chronicles is Powered by Simplecast
This week on SGH we're talking with our friend, Mr. Pinhoti himself, Dave Owens. Dave scored on a really nice public land buck in Kentucky recently, and he's going to break down the process of what led him to success. Heads up... it's super basic, and basic is good! Dave shares with us some of the things he's learned about chasing big bucks and it's a lot simpler than you might think. While most people know Dave for his turkey hunting ventures, he's also an extremely consistent and accomplished deer hunter. He's going to go over several things that seem to always be a contributing factor in his success. Become a SGH Patron:https://www.patreon.com/SouthernGroundHuntingOur Partners:Spartan Forge - Use the code “southernground” at www.spartanforge.ai to save 25% on your membershipGoWIld - Use the code “southernground” on your gear purchases to save 10% https://timetogowild.com/profile/RkFymLZ3lAc4odGNudd2LwTethrd - www.tethrdnation.comNucanoe - www.nucanoe.comSkre Gear - Use the code “southernground” at www.skregear.com to save 15% on your purchase SGH is powered by Simple Cast.
In this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett talks about how to navigate the vast amount of changes that occur between the beginning and the end of the month. Changes include food sources, amount of available security cover, hunting pressure, and hormones. Garrett reviews data of daylight mature buck sightings from the 2020 season in locations near doe bedding throughout the month, and how it compares to sightings before mid-month. Strategy wise, being successful in early October requires a different mindset and skillset, and it can be important to not overpressure good pre-rut areas too early before bucks have started shifting over or showing up in daylight because of impact on the does. However, Garrett talks about a scouting strategy that has proven to be fairly low impact to gather intel before the pre-rut to help stay on top of anything that may have changed from the prior year. DIY Sportsman is Powered by Simplecast
On this episodes of the Hunting Gear Podcast is all about hunting rifles with special guest Ryan Muckenhirn of Vortex Optics. Dan admittedly knows nothing about firearms and that is why Ryan is on the show. Ryan breaks down a variety of different hunting scenarios and what rifle might be the best option for everyone from a beginner hunter to a more experienced marksman. Ryan talks about everything from caliber, ammunition, bolt action vs. lever action, and much more. Lastly, being an employee the guys also get in to a conversation about what rifle scope you might want to pair with your hunting rifle. Tons of great information in this episode, grab a notepad. Hunting Gear Podcast is Powered by Simplecast
To kick off Conservation Month on the podcast, Marcus welcomes in Lee MacDonald from the Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance. The guys talk about all things goats, starting with why it seemed to take so long for there to be an organization dedicated to the Rocky Mountain Goat. From ground and aerial surveys to count goat numbers, to studying the impact from recreationists and diminishing habitat, the RMGA is doing all that it can in order to ensure this species not only survives, but thrives! This conversation is packed with a ton of great information on how they are studying goats, what they are doing with that information as well as how you can help get involved. If you would like to learn more, head over to goatalliance.org to find out! Average Conservationist is Powered by Simplecast
Join us this week on “The Truth” as Josh sits down with the one and only Curt Ahring. The often controversial, but always entertaining man behind one of the most legendary stud dogs in our sport. Trackman!! Curt welcomes Josh into his home as they sit down and talk about everything. Money men, stud dogs, high dollar hunts, UKC vs PKC, you name it, Curt and Josh cover it. So sit back, relax, and be entertained by one of, if not THE greatest coonhunting storyteller of all time. Houndsman XP is Powered by Simplecast
This week Chad talks with CJ Steffen about his unusual year for elk hunting. CJ talks about his recent deployment to the Middle East and how that affected his preparation time for his hunt. He also talks about how he had to balance family, personal, and hunting time to make it all work. In the end, it was a success! Enjoy the show!! CJ STEFFENInstagram – @cjhunts_alot BACKCOUNTRY ROOKIESWebsite - https://backcountryrookies.comInstagram - @backcountryrookiesFacebook - Backcountry Rookies Group - Backcountry Rookies Nation goHUNT InsiderReceive a $50 Credit to the goHUNT Gear Shop when you purchase the Insider Program and use the code ROOKIESwww.gohunt.com/insider Elk101 University of Elk HuntingSave 20% by using the code ROOKIEShttps://www.elk101.com/product/university-of-elk-hunting-online-course/ Vortex OpticsUse the code ROOKIES and save 20% on apparel at the Vortex Optics Websitehttps://vortexoptics.com Backcountry Rookies is Powered by Simplecast
On this episode, Dan is once again joined by his long lost homie Bob Polanic for a good old fashioned B.S. Session. Bob and Dan kick off the episode by recapping Bob's two weeks of elk hunting out west. Then the two of them get in to the weeds discussing the hunting gear they used in their hunting adventures. The guys talk about everything from their boots and sleeping bags to trail cams and the bows. Nine Finger Chronicles is Powered by Simplecast
On this episode of the How To Hunt Deer Podcast, Mark Kenyon founder of Wired To Hunt, joins the podcast to talk about his experience as deer hunting mentor. Mark talks about the new hunters he has mentored over the years and the common questions that he answered. Questions like, how to stay positive after a miss or a bad hit, how to properly field dress a deer , and how to stay focused in the heat of the moment. Lastly, Mark discusses parts of the hunting strategy process that new hunters may overlook as they embark on their first season. Mark is very knowledgeable when it coms to all things deer hunting, so sit back and listen close another great episode is on the way. How To Hunt Deer Podcast is Powered by Simplecast
During this podcast, Matt and Adam discuss a successful archery hunt Adam had recently over a plot of Heritage Blend. Although this hunt was a great success and we share the details, it is a reminder to be successful in overall property management, you cannot drop the ball on herd management. We see it time and time again, great farms that do some of the best habitat work fall victims to focusing ONLY on the top 1% of the deer herd. If this is what you've done as well, then you are missing out on optimizing your deer herd and property. You cannot manage a herd well by only focusing on one or two older age-class bucks, it's not management, it's neglect. Those are strong words, but truthful ones. Bucks will get bigger anywhere in the country when does numbers are balanced. To learn more about the crazy details of this doe hunt and to better understand antlerless deer numbers, give this podcast a listen. Land & Legacy is Powered by Simplecast
On the Missouri Woods & Water podcast this week, Nate & Micah get to talk with Nick Belles & Dustin Rector of the Buckin Struttin Outdoors podcast about hunting public land and how they've had recent success. Nick & Dustin get into how they attacked the particular piece of public land they hunt. They use things like maps and boots on the ground to start locating good sign and then setting up on it. Those things coupled with their willingness to get out in the early season led to Dustin's success before the calendar has even hit October. After the story of Dustin's kill, Nick and Dustin talk about what they use for a run and gun setup up. It was a great time talking with the guys of Buckin Struttin Outdoors and their hunting strategy involved in getting this awesome buck on the ground this year. Missouri Woods & Water is Powered by Simplecast
During this week's podcast we break down a property and the habitat techniques from top to bottom. There is 11 total, but the number isn't important, it is the order that is key. So during Part 1 of this podcast series, we will walk you through the property characteristics and then the order of importance based on the landowner's goals. We often see landowners who have the right idea, but their emphasis, plan, and priorities are all wrong. Intentions are great, but without execution they mean nothing. So, during the podcast, we showcase how we would use specific habitat techniques on a property and line them up one through eleven in order of importance. This gives you an idea of how you could become more impactful on your own property. We all want to make an impact and leave a legacy with your property. But it's important to evaluate if you are choosing to do the right techniques that will make the largest positive impact possible. Time to get our priorities in line and do things with a purpose. Land & Legacy is Powered by Simplecast
In this episode Seth and Steve Downs sit down for a great conversation about the aspects of sighthound competition hunting and how it has added dimension and depth to the coursing lifestyle. Along the way Steve also talks about his life with sighthounds, how incredible the humble Hare is, and his very interesting and successful breeding of old school hunting Greyhounds. This is an episode that has something for everyone no matter what you are hunting, so strap in and get ready, these dogs can really run!www.wall2wallfab.comwww.dogrtreed.comwww.sticbowoutdoors.comwww.dakota283.comwww.freedomhunters.org #youfollowyourhounds Houndsman XP is Powered by Simplecast
On this episode of the Oklahoma Outdoors podcast, we travel north a little bit to the States of Kansas and Nebraska. Taylor Jones works for tree stand and saddle platform manufacturer Out On A Limb, and makes sure to set aside plenty of time to hunt every fall. On today's episode he starts by telling the story of a giant whitetail he kills on some family land in southeast kansas. The fun doesn't stop there as he also talks about a successful mule deer hunt he had earlier this year in Nebraska while waiting on Oklahoma's bow season to open. Oklahoma Outdoors is Powered by Simplecast
On this episode of the Huntavore, Nick calls up Sophie May, author of the website wifeofahunter. Sophie finds herself as the solo cook in her house. While her husband, father, and even herself go hunting, when game enters the kitchen, she has taken it upon herself to transform it into meals. Sophie explains that for her family a big hurdle is picky eaters who are not fans of the wild funk many of us enjoy. If this sounds like your household, than stay tuned, we got some good picky palate pleaser and weekday wildgame talk on the way.Sophie May is a native to Texas. Growing up working outside, and enjoying the outdoors, Sophie is no stranger to being behind the gun. Chasing many types of game that Texas has to offer, from a whole number of deer species, wild hog, waterfowl, and even gators. Her niche in her household formed procrastinating in her college studies at Auburn, into pleasing her family with a spread of wild game dishes that they would enjoy.Sophie, like many of us has a full time job that can suck the energy from ya. Sometimes coming home to prepare a meal can be more of a chore, even for the most hardy kitchen lovers. Sophie enjoys using tools like a crockpot or instapot in her cooking. For example, from a box, two alarm chili mix can be whipped up and put on low in a crockpot. Or the shanks from her axis deer put on simmer all day to be stacked high on an axis french dip in a matter of minutes.When time is available, a good home cook will put meals up in the freezer. Be it burritos, freeze a stew, or a good lasagna can last a long time, and be ready for the table with minimum effort. Sophie drops a recipe from her book with a White Gator Lasagna that sounds fantastic. We discuss that here in the Midwest we might not be able to get gator easily, but can transition this recipe to use wild turkey.Sophie can be found on facebook and instagram, @wifeofahuntercooks and on her website, www.wifeofahunter.com Tappecue Meat ProbesInstagram: @tappecueWebsite: https://bit.ly/2NIr0XjCoupon Code 10% off: HUNT10
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with Clint Campbell of the Truth From The Stand Podcast to discuss how he picks his hunting gear. The guys discuss everything from tree saddles and boots to hunting accessories and scent elimination products. Clint also talks about gimmick products that he has stopped using throughout the years as he feels have no purpose as he has become a better hunter.Hunting Gear Podcast is Powered by Simplecast
On this episode we take you in the truck ride out west to Colorado for the boys archery elk hunt. Tom, Carson and Kelli talk about their caravan set up, important situational gear to bring, strategy talk and more. Topics covered are relevant for any road trip hunt planned this fall, be here in the state of Michigan or out of state. Through their conversations you can tell a well planned out trip relieves many doubts and allows you to focus on the hunt more. Stay ready so you don't have to get ready!! Enjoy the episode. Michigan Life Outdoors is Powered by Simplecast
On this unfiltered episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks about how you may not want to get too excited about hunting the early season. Dan explains that this time of year might be the best time to get in the woods and "just hunt". He talks about everything from social media buzz and knowing what the deer movement is currently like on your hunting property to not putting too much stock in to early season cold fronts and managing your vacation time. Dan also gets in to a topic you won't hear anywhere else, and that's making sure you have your brownie points are built up before the hunting gets really good. Nine Finger Chronicles is Powered by Simplecast
Perhaps one of the greatest tactics for the months of September and October is finding where the acorns are dropping and which trees the deer are hitting the hardest. We couldn't think of anyone better to talk on the subject than Mr. Warren Womack. Warren has been a popular guest on our Local Legends series, but as the seasons start getting underway, this is a subject that you'll want to freshen up on. Mr. Womack goes into depth on his scout/hunt strategies, even stating that he believes the best way to hunt is to utilize in season scouting. "All acorns aren't the same", he says as he explains his process for setting up on what he believes are the preferred trees. Listen close and take notes, Mr. Womack has a lot to say in a short amount of time! Become a SGH Patron:https://www.patreon.com/SouthernGroundHuntingOur Partners:Spartan Forge - Use the code “southernground” at www.spartanforge.ai to save 25% on your membershipGoWIld - Use the code “southernground” on your gear purchases to save 10% https://timetogowild.com/profile/RkFymLZ3lAc4odGNudd2LwTethrd - www.tethrdnation.comNucanoe - www.nucanoe.comSkre Gear - Use the code “southernground” at www.skregear.com to save 15% on your purchase Southern Ground Hunting is powered by Simple Cast.
This week on The Average Conservationist Podcast, Marcus is joined by Roby Burch. Roby is the founder of 2% Certified, Burch Barrel. The guys start at the beginning and talk about where the idea for Burch Barrel came from and really what Roby and the team are trying to build with the brand through their work with conservation and veteran organizations. The campfire and grill are two places that people traditionally gather around and with the Burch Barrel, you have the best of both worlds all rolled into one. From the beach, to the backyard, to the backcountry, there's no place the Barrel can't handle. If you're looking for a new experience when it comes to grilling, be sure and check them out! The Average Conservationist is powered by Simple Cast.
Jerry Moll makes his final appearance on the Houndsman XP Podcast as a PKC Employee. Jerry is “mostly” retired and will be fully retired soon. After working for 17 years with two different registries, AKC and PKC, Jerry is hanging it up.Jerry Moll is a familiar face to competition coonhunters. A life long houndsman and competition coonhunter for 40 years, Jerry has made a lasting impact on the sport of coonhunting. Chris and Jerry talk about the changes in hounds, rules, equipment and the culture of competition coonhunting. Jerry will be missed as a registry professional. His straight forward and honest approach to the sport make him a perfect guest for “The Truth About Coonhunting” on Houndsman XP.www.wall2wallfab.comwww.dogrtreed.comwww.sticbowoutdoors.comwww.dakota283.comwww.freedomhunters.org#youfollowyourhounds Houndsman XP is powered by Simple Cast.
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is joined by Scott Cronin of Kentucky for a good old fashioned BS Session with an emphasis in mentoring. The guys discuss the importance of teaching the next generations to hunt, but also showing the right way to do it. There is even a little product and gear talk as well. Great episode with someone who is just very passionate about hunting and the outdoors. Nine Finger Chronicles is Powered by Simplecast
After listening to all of the episodes in this series, hopefully you are feeling confident enough to take the next step and take everything you have learned in to the field and give deer hunting a try. The best part is that you can alway come back to an episode and re-listen to it for a knowledge boost. On this episode of the How To Hunt Deer podcast, the guys wrap up the official "How To" series and recap everything they have discussed. Remember, if you have any questions feel free to find us on social media and let us know if there is anything we can do to help. Thanks for listening, and stay tuned for more episodes to come. How To Hunt Deer is Powered by Simplecast
This week Chad talks with Cody Boor and Kyle St. Vincent about a Montana bear hunt they went on in the Spring. The guys were able to tag out on two nice bears and they came on this week's podcast to tell the story. This is a good one from hunting struggles to luxurious cabins they had a great experience. Enjoy the show! CODY BOOR and KYLE ST. VINCENTInstagram – @cody45Instagram – @kylestvincent BACKCOUNTRY ROOKIESWebsite - https://backcountryrookies.comInstagram - @backcountryrookiesFacebook - Backcountry Rookies Group - Backcountry Rookies Nation goHUNT InsiderReceive a $50 Credit to the goHUNT Gear Shop when you purchase the Insider Program and use the code ROOKIESwww.gohunt.com/insider Elk101 University of Elk HuntingSave 20% by using the code ROOKIEShttps://www.elk101.com/product/university-of-elk-hunting-online-course/ Vortex OpticsUse the code ROOKIES and save 20% on apparel at the Vortex Optics Websitehttps://vortexoptics.com Backcountry Rookies is Powered by Simplecast
This is our final episode. We have enjoyed the journey and have been amazed by all the kind words and the number of people that have reached out to let us know we have had an impact on their lives in some small way. We want to thank you all for tuning in each week over the past 3 years and wish you all lots of success in the upcoming season! Ohio Huntsman is Powered by Simplecast
Throughout the years of doing podcasts, we have discussed pasture land and cattle on many of them. However, devoting an entire podcast to the pros and cons of pasture on a recreational property is necessary. So many landowners fall into this category and it is necessary to honestly evaluate how good the property can become when pasture land is understood. Immediately when we discuss pastured acres, we have to determine if the pasture is a cool-season nonnative pasture or a native pasture. This makes a huge difference in the management and expectation during a transformation. In addition, cattle being on a recreational property was once considered a big no-no. However, with a deeper understanding of cattle and how they create a disturbance, there is extreme value in the proper management of cattle on recreational property, we will discuss this in great detail. If you own property with pasture or are considering buying a property that has pasture land on it, you NEED download this podcast and see how to address the pasture on your property. Land & Legacy is Powered by Simplecast
This week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast we have an awesome Tales of the Chase episode about a buck nicknamed "Cotton Eye Joe." Nate talks with Tyler Jarvis about this awesome story that spans several years. Tyler knew about this awesome deer, but just couldn't quite connect with him until he was able to get permission to hunt some new property that he suspected Cotton Eye Joe might be moving to once the season got under way. After some cat and mouse, Tyler was finally able to connect on this massive deer the same day he found the other side of his previous year's shed for some great icing on the cake. Congratulations to Tyler and good luck to him and the rest of you as this season really starts to heat up! Missouri Woods & Water is Powered by Simplecast
The stars aligned and we got aggressive, it paid off when a mature buck strolled through during daylight hours. Chainsaw Chad put an arrow where it needed to be and the buck dropped within sight! The story for this podcast starts back in the spring with a late frost. With zero white oak acorns for miles around this farm, we knew the alfalfa was going to light up with deer during the early season. When monitoring the field edges with cuddelink cameras, it was no surprise to find lots of deer using the fields, but some large bucks doing the same. Just a few days prior Adam was observing the field and saw one of the target bucks entering the field, it was game on from here. We pushed in and hunted a small ridge we thought these bucks were staging up on before dumping into the large destination alfalfa field. Well, to hear more about how the successful early season hunt went down, you will have to tune into this podcast! We hope you enjoy this podcast! Land & Legacy is Powered by Simplecast
Robison Wildlife Solutions is back this week with an exciting out of the box episode. Jarryd Robison always had a love of reptiles, and when an opportunity came to work with alligators at Red Slough WMA he jumped on it. In his time there Jarryd not only learned a lot about the current state of alligators, but also made a few new discoveries of his own. John and Jarryd talk about the current population, how they got here, where all they can be found, and where they might go! This is one episode every Oklahoman should listen to! Oklahoma Outdoors is Powered by Simplecast
In a world where people are working hard to be InstaCelebrities, Facebook Famous and host their own YouTube channel, Butch Spear is a bear hunting celebrity without even trying and probably against his will.Butch found himself thrust onto the world stage by a YouTube channel producer with over 2 million followers. He was only trying to retrieve his bear dogs from a piece of private property. While he legally could have entered the property to get his hounds that were treed, he chose to go to the land owner out of courtesy and respect to inform him of what was happening. What happened next was beyond his wildest expectations. The YouTube channel owner got more than he bargained for as well. Butch Spear is the president of the Vermont Bearhound Association and was well equipped to handle the situation.Listeners will find pearls of wisdom in how Butch Spear handled this situation. www.wall2wallfab.comwww.dogrtreed.comwww.sticbowoutdoors.comwww.dakota283.comwww.freedomhunters.org#youfollowyourhounds Houndsman XP is Powered by Simplecast
One of the greatest cinematic achievements of all time was a movies released in 1987, staring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Carl Weathers. The Predator, depicted a group of special forces soldiers sent in to locate a different platoon that the army had lost all communication with. As we follow along this group led by Schwarzenegger, they learn that their enemy is not from this planet. Along the way several traps are set for this mysterious humanoid, most of which do not work. Chaos ensues, and only one man is left standing in the end. So, Dan called up Tony Peterson again for another ridiculous conversation about how this movie could potentially relate to big buck hunting strategies. Long story short, it actually works and they have some pretty good comparisons to talks about when it comes to setting a trap for whitetails. Also, it gets a bit out of had at times , but we we left it in so it could bring a smile to your face. Nine Finger Chronicles is Powered by Simplecast
If you read this title and think you're going to find out the exact date, time, and location to harvest a buck opening week this year – you may be crazy! Hunting strategy content has flooded social media, and while there is a lot of fantastic advice, it can become overwhelming to utilize in your hunting area. It is also extremely easy to over-think your hunting strategy and let emotion overcome reason. Should you hunt in the morning during early season? Should you get close to bedding areas immediately? When should I dive into my best stand? There really is no one size fits all method.Think in your mind who the two best whitetail hunters are in the country – while they may have some similarities, often their background in whitetails can lead to contradictory advice. It does not mean that one is right and one is wrong – but it can surely be confusing! This week, Mitch provides his mindset on when to be aggressive, and when to be patient. You'll find that first keeping it simple and assessing food, bedding, and surrounding hunting pressure, can put you in the ball game quickly before steam shoots out of your ears from overthinking. But one major piece of missing context – how large is private or public parcel you are hunting? Ponder this as we scratch the surface for hunting early season. Pennsylvania Woodsman is Powered by Simplecast
Deer season is finally here! This week we hear from the Wisconsin Deer Program Specialist, Jeff Pritzl. Jeff has been with the Wisconsin DNR for three decades, and that shows in this episode! What do we do with CWD? How are wolves impacting hunting in the Northwoods? How can hunters be more involved and more informed when it comes to deer management in our state? Jeff answers all these questions and more. You will not want to miss this episode! Wisconsin Sportsman is Powered by Simplecast
Welcome to the Southern Ground Hunting Podcast, and thank you for tuning in. This week we're digging into the vault from a couple years back, talking with Dave Owens of the Pinhoti Project. If you've followed Dave's YouTube channel, you probably know that he is a die hard turkey hunter. What you may not know is that he actually cut his teeth in the outdoors hunting southern whitetails. He and Parker discuss how he navigates and breaks down the swampy Alabama public land areas he hunts, how he scouts it, and then how he executes a hunt. They talk about different food sources that he has found the most success on, especially when it comes to mature bucks. We tend to put human characteristics on deer when it comes to food, but Dave helps us understand that what most hunters tend to believe about a deer's feeding habits may be further from the truth than what we think. This is an incredible conversation that you can gain whitetail knowledge from regardless of the type terrain you hunt!Become a SGH Patron:https://www.patreon.com/SouthernGroundHuntingOur Partners:Spartan Forge - Use the code “southernground” at www.spartanforge.ai to save 25% on your membershipTethrd - www.tethrdnation.comNucanoe - www.nucanoe.comSkre Gear - Use the code “southernground” at www.skregear.com to save 15% on your purchase Southern Ground Hunting is powered by Simple Cast.