The Whitetail Experience podcast is a solution driven environment for whitetail bowhunters to create solutions leading up to the shot; the moment of truth, the shot; and events after a successful harvest. Our community will focus on techniques to Hunt With Knowledge, and Shoot With Confidence. You can find more articles and videos at www.whitetailexperience.com
What To Look For In a Whitetail Taxidermist and Mounting Strategies - Bob Nancarrow
Nancarrow Taxidermy has become a Michigan institution in mounting whitetail deer through their hard earned efforts and relentless passion to re-create real life examples of animals in the wild. Bob takes us through the journey of what you should be looking for in a taxidermist, and the process of getting the perfect mount.
Choosing the Right Release For Hunting Whitetail - Brandon Reyes
As a successful Pro Shooter and Marketing Director at True Ball release company, Brandon Reyes is uniquely qualified to help us understand the differences in styles of release aids. In this episode he talks of the pro's and con's of a strap release, thumb release, and back tension release. With 90% of archers using a strap style release, Brandon gives hunters a compelling reason why to consider using a different style of release when hunting whitetail.
Traditional Archery: A Breakdown of Recurves vs. Longbows and How To Mainain Them - Jim Belcher
Jim Belcher is one of the world's best traditional bow manufacturers of custom recurves and longbows. In this episode Jim explains the differences between a longbow and a recurve bow along with how to best maintain them for optimal shooting performance.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Great content and guests
This podcast contains excellent content and awesome guests. Giving it a 4-star review only because the host frequently interrupts guests in mid-sentence. Please let your guests speak freely until they are finished. If the podcast must be longer, let it be longer!
Good content, so-so host
The previous review took the words right out of my mouth. The content and the guests are top notch, but the host could use some lessons in common courtesy and let people finish their sentences.