An interview collective of famous and not so famous deer hunters from around the country. We explore the curious aspects of the hunt, individual skill sets and deer hunting styles. From Maine to Florida, the Mid-West to the West Coast, we explore hunting styles of each area. Tree stands, tracking in deep snow, spot and stalk, and saddle hunting we cover it. We also diverge into the realms of other hunter related issues like conservation, fitness, hunter health, deer herd issues wherever they may lead. Cast of Jay Scott Ammann, Dusty Phillips, and Jim Keller with the Deer News.
Jedi and Dixie - Maine Cabin Masters - Restoring Maine's Deer Camps
Every deer hunter has dreamed of owning their own hunting camp. Most camps or hunting cabins are usually weathered, or shifted, or rotted. Not to worry though, the Maine Cabin Masters can turn a teardown into an almost-new deer camp palace in just a few months. We hash out the details of finding and rebuilding a deer cabin Dixie and Jedi, (aka Matt Dix and Jared Baker of the show Maine Cabin Masters. And of course, we talk about Matt and Jared's Maine deer hunting adventures.
John Nores - Hunter, Warden, Conservation, Hidden War
California Game Warden Lt. John Nores, now retired, has been at the forefront and on the front lines of an under-reported battle against thousands of drug cartel members who grow toxic marijuana on U.S. soil. Not only does black market marijuana cultivation undermine legitimate growers, but it endangers lives and wildlife populations unimagined. Jay breaks down the book Hidden War with Author John Nores and talks deer hunting in John's home state of Montana.
Ted Bright - Slinging It
Ted Bright is, as you might expect, a diehard deer hunter who likes prefers the a mobile hunt over a fixed stand. Ted uses a sling or harness to maneuver from tree to tree based on when and where he's finding active big buck sign. We go over Ted's approach, hunts from previous years, shooting from muscle memory, and the techniques that he uses to identify a good spot to hunt and how to gain landowner permission.
For Show Notes: https://bigbuckregistry.libsyn.com/299-ted-bright-slinging-it
Doug Whitcomb - Buck Hunt Secrets
Anyone who has hunted mature bucks has a secret or two about how to hunt them. Quite frankly, it's the foundation of this show. And then Doug Whitcomb said he'd figured something out. I was all ears. After all, he and a few people in his circle of hunters, were killing mature New Hampshire bucks almost yearly without tracking snow. Not an easy task. Doug shares how he goes about his secret for hunting mature NH bucks without snow in the episode.
Brian Austin - Beast Mode Archery - Quarantined Fitness
Despite being quarantined, I can't imagine any sportsman sitting at home doing nothing. It's just not in our blood. Let's face it, our playground is the great outdoors and we practice lots of social distancing without the restrictions of COVID-19. But, there may be some other things we can do to stay in hunt-ready shape and we thought of nobody better to give us some at home fitness ideas to stay bow-ready than Brian Austin of Beast Mode Archery.
Rackology - Spring Food Plots, Kill Plots, Supplements
Our world is upside down. However, planting spring food plots seems to be an acceptable form of social distancing. So we turned to our goods friends Eric Fitzgerald and Jason Obermiller from the seed, nutritional supplement, and fertilizer company Rackology to discuss how to do it right. When should you plant? When is the soil moisture and temperature just right? Should soil testing be done? What about fertilizer? Where should my next food plot go? Tun
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Jay- I know you are busy in life but man. You got so many people wanting more pod cast. Love your pod cast sir.
Where are you?
Just found this podcast last year, and just now listened to them all. Where did you go? Tried googling, nothing. Weird.
What happened to you guys? Any more episodes planned? Love your content.