Dive Bomb Industries was established in 2011 to provide waterfowl hunters with ultra-high quality products at an unbeatable price with unmatched customer service. Fast-forward 10 years & we are the fastest growing waterfowl decoy company on the planet.
Dive Bomb Squadcast was created for both novice & veteran waterfowlers. As we all know, this sport can be very humbling & there is always something new to learn. Our goal with this podcast is to not only give you a deeper look inside Dive Bomb Industries, but to help you be more successful in the field by properly utilizing our products with the help of industry professionals. We will discuss our travels in-depth & the equipment used. We will talk about what worked, what didn't work, & any adjustments that had to be made. We will bring guests on the show from around the world to talk about how they utilize their Dive Bombs & the things that have helped them become more successful. We will discuss new products, funny stories from the road, & much more!
Listen along as we give you a glimpse inside the lives of the #DIVEBOMBSQUAD.
Ep37 - Split Reed, A Waterfowl Media Powerhouse
From their impressive compilation of media work with some of the top outfitters & guide services in the world, to their intriguing articles & waterfowl inspired recipes, Split Reed has rapidly become one of the leading hubs for all things waterfowl. Having a team with this many moving parts can be quite complicated; listen along as co-owner Duncan MacLeod joins us to talk about the early stages of Split Reed, to the team they have assembled to make this company grow so quickly. You will also learn about their plans for the upcoming season as well as what they hope to accomplish in the future!
Ep36 - Erik Guggenheim, An OG Guide/Photographer
With the growing influence of social media and the ability to establish oneself as a outdoor media professional, there has never been more hunters capturing waterfowl through the hunt with high quality equipment than we are seeing now. Erik Guggenheim has been heavily invested in waterfowl media for a long time and had a major impact on this explosion of turning waterfowlers not only into guides, but also talented media professionals through his influence at Ranger Creek in Haskell, Texas. We also talk about Guggie's upbringing, graduating from Harvard, his friendship with Tyra Banks, most memorable photographs, and much, much more! Erik is truly one of the most interesting and talented gentlemen in the waterfowl industry.
Ep35 - FowlCo Outfitters
Since its establishment in 2017, FowlCo Outfitters has exploded on the scene with their impressive piles, beautiful accommodations, and strong social media presence. We caught up with owners Josh Teff, John David Blagg, and Aaron Seifritz to learn the origins of FowlCo and how this insanely successful operation came to be. We also discuss how they met, how they decided on the location, as well as the highs and lows of running a full service waterfowl outfit.
Ep34 - Waterfowl Science with Dr. Osborne
Migratory waterfowl possess an incredible ability to constantly adapt to the changing climate and environmental factors. Add in the fact that lower Mississippi Flyway mallards are receiving an unprecedented amount of hunting pressure, and the patterns of the "good old days" start to change. Dr. Osborne cites the driving factors behind these behavior changes and what their banding data is revealing about the mallard migration to the deep south. We also discuss hybrid ducks, band programs of the past, and how the dry prairies and late harsh winter may negatively effect the fall flight index.
Ep33 - Gun Dog Talk with Marty Roberts of Sporting Life Kennels
If you are the owner of a waterfowl retriever, you do not want to miss this one! In Episode 33, we caught up with Marty Roberts, owner of Sporting Life Kennels to talk all-things gun dogs. We touch on several controversial topics such as breaking dogs, whining dogs, and the pros and cons of British & American Labradors. You will also learn the story of "Simba," the Dive Bomb dog that almost never was. Marty also shares steps you can take to help turn your dreams of a Rockstar gun dog into reality!
Ep32 - Danielle Halverson Talks Women in the Industry
There is nothing wrong with being pretty, but there is a stigma attached to pretty girls and hunting that it’s mostly smoke and mirrors. In Episode 32, we caught up with Danielle Halverson to discuss some entertaining topics such as social media “huntresses” and thirsty dudes in the DM’s. You’ll also learn all about her background, how she supports her passion for traveling and hunting, and what it takes for genuine female hunters to separate themselves from the fakes.
Thank y’all for making this one. Was happy to hear that all the people will be so helpful and friendly as I am young and brand new to calling. Y’all are truly the best out there.
Good podcast awesome discussions but the audio quality makes it almost impossible to enjoy, stopped listening to the podcast because it’s simply just to frustrating having such poor audio quality.
Audio is super poor,
Audio is super poor