99 episodes

Through highlighting the unique relationship between hunters and wildlife, the GameKeepers of Mossy Oak delivers the best wildlife management practices and science based information to help you take your wildlife habitat management skills to the next level. Our wildlife management podcast celebrates the leading wildlife research from experts and conservation groups and breaks it down in how to apply information for the field. With the GameKeepers of Mossy Oak you’ll learn more interesting facts and details about North Americas favorite wildlife species. Many have compared it to a college level course that breaks it down into layman’s terms and useful information. Whether is whitetails, largemouth bass or migrating waterfowl, we’ll help you be a better sportsman and more importantly a better Gamekeeper.

GameKeeper Podcast Mossy Oak

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    • 4.9 • 406 Ratings

Through highlighting the unique relationship between hunters and wildlife, the GameKeepers of Mossy Oak delivers the best wildlife management practices and science based information to help you take your wildlife habitat management skills to the next level. Our wildlife management podcast celebrates the leading wildlife research from experts and conservation groups and breaks it down in how to apply information for the field. With the GameKeepers of Mossy Oak you’ll learn more interesting facts and details about North Americas favorite wildlife species. Many have compared it to a college level course that breaks it down into layman’s terms and useful information. Whether is whitetails, largemouth bass or migrating waterfowl, we’ll help you be a better sportsman and more importantly a better Gamekeeper.

    EP:99 | Improving the Huntability of a Property with Dr. Craig Harper

    EP:99 | Improving the Huntability of a Property with Dr. Craig Harper

    This week we had a very special guest sitting between the turkeys. Dr. Craig Harper of UT is a world class habitat specialist and we were fascinated by his insights into improving the huntability of a property. He went into detail explaining the native seed bank and how a Gamekeeper can use it their advantage, what his research has demonstrated is the best way to manage clovers and the very best explanation of successional plant communities that has ever been given. This is a great one. Listen, Learn and Enjoy.
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    • 1 hr 18 min
    EP:98 | No-Till Without a Drill

    EP:98 | No-Till Without a Drill

    This week on the podcast we dive deep into more efficient methods of establishing plantings for wildlife, without having to till the soil. Methods such as Throw-and-Mow and Frost or Snow Seeding are increasing in popularity because it’s easy, cheaper, better for soil health and ultimately the critters. The use of implements such as roller-crimpers are explained as a way of cutting back on herbicide use and improving growing conditions. Gamekeeper Magazine Editor-in-Chief and our Northern food plot specialist, Todd Amenrud, and his uncle and incredibly knowledgeable hunting buddy, Dave Medvecky, share their successes with these planting methods. Lastly, Dudley answers a question from a listener about Catalpa worms for fishing. Listen, Learn and Enjoy!
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    • 1 hr 12 min
    EP:97 | Managing For World Record Bluegill

    EP:97 | Managing For World Record Bluegill

    This week on the podcast we talk about growing big bream. Really big bream, copper nose bluegills over three pounds to be more exact.  Guest Sarah Parvin has proven she and her dad can grow three pounders regularly. She tells how and explains the project she and her father started to grow a world record bream in North Alabama. Their pond is called the Slab Lab and it’s impressive. Also retired fisheries scientist and founder of American Sportfish Hatchery, Don Keller joins us to tell us the science behind the Copper Nose Bluegill and the waters that produce giants. It’s a fascinating story and we all learned something. We also give another clue for our prize package. Listen, Learn and Enjoy.


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    • 54 min
    EP:96 | The Spray Solution… Foliar Fertilizers

    EP:96 | The Spray Solution… Foliar Fertilizers

    On this week’s Gamekeeper podcast we discuss foliar applied fertilizers with Chris Grantham of AL Liquid Fertilizers. With increasing fertilizer costs, spraying is a great solution to enhance the production of food plots – especially clover fields. We learn just how easy it is, and we were surprised to learn how quickly the plants respond. You’ll learn everything from when to spray to how to calibrate a sprayer. We also start the countdown to the 100th episode contest and give a clue to help listeners win some great prizes.  Listen, Learn, and become a better Gamekeeper. Enjoy!

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    EP:95 | Understanding Brooding and Poults with Dr. Mike Chamberlain

    EP:95 | Understanding Brooding and Poults with Dr. Mike Chamberlain

    This week the Gamekeepers have Dr. Mike Chamberlain, @wildturkeydoc, in the guest chair recapping the recent season and the topics surrounding the wild turkeys struggle in many places. It’s a frank discussion on the latest info biologists have learned, antiqued game laws, and a very detailed explanation of the first two weeks of poults life that is fascinating. (And you think your kids are a handful) You don’t want to miss it. Listen, Learn and Enjoy.
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    • 55 min
    EP:94 | The Help The Yelp Project

    EP:94 | The Help The Yelp Project

    In this episode the Gamekeeper crew and David Hawley of the @wildturkeyreport begin with a discussion about why we think growing season burns need to be implemented much more often. Next we dig in with Pete Muller, Travis Sumner, and Mark Hatfield of the NWTF to learn more about their “Help the Yelp” program. The wild turkey is facing some serious challenges these days, so as Gamekeepers we HAVE to pay attention and do what we can to help. Listen, Learn, and Enjoy!
    More info on the Help the Yelp Project: https://www.mossyoak.com/our-obsession/blogs/turkey/nwtf-begins-urgent-help-the-yelp-initiative 
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    • 1 hr 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
406 Ratings

406 Ratings

G-Unit_2121 ,

Grant Cathey-Review

I do a lot of traveling for school, I really enjoy the podcast while on the road! Always appreciate the info you guys give on land management!

Blake_Clarke ,

American chestnut

Great show guys. I really enjoy the input you all bring to the table. Getting a true southern viewpoint on management activities really relates to the problems I face on my own property here in Alabama.

I would like to request you guys go over some information to the American chestnut. There is currently a genetically engineered tree seeking approval from the EPA, FDA, and USDA. I would like to hear your opinions on this and how we may see distribution of it in the future.

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Last episode

Really enjoyed the last episode, a wealth of knowledge! Keep up the good work fellas
SJ

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