From big game to waterfowl, DSD Hunting goes in depth with guests about how to be more effective in the field and expand your knowledge.
Ep. 034 | Dr. Michael Chamberlain
On todays episode, Mike Chamberlain joins us to talk about his extensive research of wild turkeys. Mike is a biologists that has spent his recent years focusing on research and studies around wild turkeys.
Ep. 033 | Turkey Hunting Q&A
In this weeks episode we asked our customers on social media to submit questions for us for the podcast. Brad and Dave take a stab and answering them.
Ep. 032 | Passing it on with Tommy Floyd
Tommy Floyd reached out with some suggestions on topics for the podcast. His email was so well written we decided to ask him to join us and talk through some of them. Tommy is very passionate about turkey hunting and introducing other to the magic of the spring woods. This episode has something for every level of hunter.
Ep. 031 | Mitchell Johnston & Dead End Game Calls
Mitchell Johnston takes a mid day break from hunting to join us for this podcast. Mitchell is the owner of Dead End Game Calls and we cover hunting and calling strategies.
Ep. 030 | Mike Pentecost & Woodhaven Calls
Today, we have a living legend in the turkey woods join us. Mike Pentecost, founder of Woodhaven calls, joins us to talk turkey strategies and the history of Woodhaven calls.
Ep. 029 | Adding Motion to Your Turkey Decoys with Richard Dunkin
We get questions about adding motion to our turkey decoys all the time. So went straight to the source of the man that invented the Strutt'n 360 and has relied on motion in his decoys for years. Richard Dunkin walks us through some tips when using his unit and motion in general. Check out Strutt'n products at https://rjdunkin.com/
Enter the giveaway: https://www.davesmithdecoys.com/giveaway/
We need mallard decoys!!!! Haha
Full bodies and floaters!!
Great turkey info
Brad and Dave are great interviewers. They let their guests do the talking and keep things on-topic and light-hearted. I learn something new every episode.