Great stories come from expeditions that have a lesson to tell, and that’s what Arrow Wild TV is about. Formed in the fall of 2016, Arrow Wild TV wanted to bring together a group of friends to share their stories and passion for bow hunting mature whitetails. Welcoming back Johnny “Utah” Mulligan of Arrow Wild TV, he shares the story of the show and how it led him to where he is now by remembering his friend and business partner, Todd Pringnitz. John goes deeper into the subject of what the Arrow Wild Lifestyle is all about and why being who you are as a hunter is important. He further shares his experience as a wildlife photographer, capturing moments that tell a story, and lets us in on the value of shopping at the local archery stores. Don’t miss out on this great episode and be an awesome ambassador for the hunting community.
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Premier Introduction Of Whitetail Phenomenon With Brodie Megill And Taylor Kesler
36:08There is always a learning curve that you have to overcome when it comes to learning how to hunt. It can be especially difficult when you don’t have the guidance you need. Creators of Whitetail Phenomenon on Instagram, Brodie Megill and Taylor Kesler, are new hunters who are living the whitetail lifestyle 365 days a year. They hunt both public and private and have learned enough to harvest a buck or two successfully. In this episode, Taylor and Brodie talk about documenting their passion while giving out tips on hunting in a Tethered Saddle and hunting public land successfully. They then go further into discussing why the future of hunting is recruitment and what their Whitetail Phenomenon Instagram is about.
Exclusive Introduction Of Arrow Wild TV With Johnny “Utah” Mulligan
1:07:35Great stories come from expeditions that have a lesson to tell, and that’s what Arrow Wild TV is about. Formed in the fall of 2016, Arrow Wild TV wanted to bring together a group of friends to share their stories and passion for bow hunting mature whitetails. Welcoming back Johnny “Utah” Mulligan of Arrow Wild TV, he shares the story of the show and how it led him to where he is now by remembering his friend and business partner, Todd Pringnitz. John goes deeper into the subject of what the Arrow Wild Lifestyle is all about and why being who you are as a hunter is important. He further shares his experience as a wildlife photographer, capturing moments that tell a story, and lets us in on the value of shopping at the local archery stores. Don’t miss out on this great episode and be an awesome ambassador for the hunting community.
Special Interview – Stand Alone Outdoors With John Musgrave
33:47People can never have enough of the outdoors and nature. The adventures that await are irreplaceable. Welcoming back hunter and the owner and video producer of Stand Alone Outdoors, John Musgrave is here to educate and encourage everyone about the art and passion of hunting, trapping, and experiencing the outdoors through the show, YouTube videos, and social media posts. In this episode, John shares his experiences in hunting and his top go-to techniques honed from over 30 plus years of hunting whitetails in central Illinois. John is first and foremost an archery hunter who loves to get up close and personal with his target bucks. He goes deeper as he voices out to be aware of how Illinois is being hit hard by EHD disease. He then talks about the land managers and hunters’ responsibility of their deer herd.
Exclusive Interview with Habitat Podcast Hosts – Brian Halbleib & Jared Van Hees
57:25With so much information out there about food plots, it becomes harder now to find which ones are telling the truth. Having been in the habitat improvement and food plot business for a long time, guests and hosts of Habitat Podcast, Brian Halbleib and Jared Van Hees, share with us their knowledge as they break down the essential things you need to know about habitat management and food plotting. Made for the land and wildlife habitat managers and hunters who learn and utilize different types of habitat in their hunting strategy, they then introduce us to their podcast and the many great insights that came out of it. Don’t miss out on this episode as you learn the how-to, when, and where of habitat improvement and food plots.
Discover True West Productions 2019 With Brady Collins And Ian Morales
58:48True West Productions is a business that aims to bring you access to what all the hunting shows and big names in the outdoor industry have, and that’s professional photography! Brady Collins and Ian Morales have started True West Productions and are the hosts of Cofounders and Coconspirators. Today, they share with Bruce Hutcheon some insider tips for those seeking to break into the outdoor video industry. They share their personal hunting experiences and how their passion for the outdoors influenced them in creating their startup. Aiming to build an influential client list, Brady and Ian inspire you to avail of their services so you can concentrate on hunting while they help build memories through filming.
Extraordinary Conversation With A New Hunter With Britne Prosser
24:02The thrill and reward of hunting is one reason why many people like to hunt. On today’s show, Bruce Hutcheon talks to Britne Prosser, a new hunter who loves motivating people on accomplishing their goals, helping guide them on their fitness journey to health and success. Britne believes that hunting offers amazing benefits such as connection with the outdoors, cultivating brother and sisterhood, and feeding her family knowing where their food comes from. Britne shares why she became a hunter amidst all the challenges of hunting.
A 3X Olympian Speaks About Hunting And The DC Project With Lanny Barnes
31:32Women and guns are still taboo in the minds of many. In this episode, Bruce Hutcheon talks with three-time Olympian biathlete Lanny Barnes about her thoughts on the importance of women being vocal in Washington DC, their local state capital, and in their communities about gun ownership. Lanny showcases The DC Project which is an educational, nonpartisan initiative that brings 50 women – one from each state – to Washington, DC, to establish relationships with their legislators and reveal the faces and stories of firearms owners and Second Amendment supporters. Don’t miss this episode with Lanny as she narrates her story of being an athlete, a gun owner, and an advocate for educating others about women using guns for protection and hunting.
Mule Deer Hunting – Nebo Unit
25:02Hunting is more special when it becomes part of family tradition. In this episode, Chelsie Wilkey shares her triumph in getting her biggest muzzleloader buck with her husband and grandpa. Telling us where her hunting tradition came from, Chelsie talks about her granddad taking her up to a family camp at Utah Central Mountains at the tender age of five. Since then, things have not changed in 20 plus years. With her skill, she shares how it feels like being in the male-dominated hunting world and talks about the pride of being with Girls with Guns and Vanguard. She shares some real-life experiences on surviving the wilderness and how it can be applied in whitetail hunting.
Discover The DC Project With Dianna Muller
36:17Women are the fastest growing segment in the hunting community with a growth of over 10% a year. However, the firearms industry space has become challenged especially in today’s society with social media censorship and organizations like Moms Demand Action and Students Demand Action. In this episode, Dianna Muller from The DC Project joins us to talk about their organization and the important things that everybody listening to the show needs to know about it. The DC Project is an educational, nonpartisan initiative that brings 50 women, one from each state, to Washington, DC, to establish relationships with their legislators and reveal the faces and stories of firearms owners and 2nd Amendment supporters.
Own Thing Hunting with Small Time Hunting
29:11In this Internet age, can young people still find the time to go and enjoy hunting and the outdoors? For today’s episode, Andrew Johnson of Small Town Hunters proves that not everyone is a slave to their gadgets. He opens up how his grandpa sparked his and his cousins’ interest in the outdoors and how they continue to enjoy it as a band of cousins. Andrew also talks about the excitement of hunting from a young age and why he doesn’t view hunting as merely killing an animal. Learn new laws in Minnesota about the use of attractants and deer trappings. Andrew also reveals why he’s getting his younger siblings into hunting and his mission on getting more people to have fun out of hunting and appreciate the outdoors.