We've all been there. You had your heart set on a particular deer in your hunting area, and another hunter killed "your" buck! Field Editor Eddie Claypool shares his feelings about a very special Kansas deer that was killed by a neighboring rifle hunter this fall and discusses how bowhunters can deal with the disappointment that comes when you let a great young buck walk only to see it tagged by someone else.
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2023Turkey Season Preview
1:10:50It's turkey time, and we help get you ready for the hunt! P.J. Reilly of Lancaster Archery Supply joins us to talk turkey hunting, and editor Christian Berg shares his favorite spring gobbler memories. Plus, the National Wild Turkey Federation’s Doug Little andJared McJunkin discuss what hunters can expect this year as far as turkey populations and hunting opportunities around the country.
Shed Hunt Like a Pro
50:52Shed antler season is upon us, and we've got great advice for putting more bone in your backpack! Cody Robbins from Live 2 Hunt and Whitetails columnist Jason Snavely share their best shed-hunting tips and discuss how this great springtime activity can help set you up for bowhunting success in the fall.
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The Truth About Deer Movement
56:11We’ve all experienced magical days in the woods where deer seem to be everywhere, as well as sits where you’d swear there isn’t a whitetail within 10 miles. This week, the National Deer Association’s Kip Adams and Mississippi State Deer Lab’s Steve Demarais join Associate Editor Mark Demko to discuss how various environmental factors and weather conditions affect deer movement, as well as some of the misconceptions that hunters have about when, where and why deer travel.
2023 Lancaster Classic (Part 3 of 3): Big Sponsor News and Fighting Target Panic!
1:05:49Lancaster Archery's PJ Reilly joins us to announce a major new partnership with the podcast, and then we catch up with pro shooter Brandon Reyes of T.R.U. Ball and Axcel Archery to discuss tournament shooting, bowhunting and how to overcome the dreaded target panic affliction.
2023 Valentine’s Special: Great Bowhunting Couples
1:06:08It's Valentine's Day, and we're talking with two of America's best-known bowhunting couples! Lee and Tiffany Lakosky and Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo discuss what it's like to hunt alongside your significant other and dish some fun memories from the field.
2023 Lancaster Classic (Part 2 of 3): Recurve Bucks and Single-Bevel Broadheads
31:51Lancaster Archery President Rob Kaufhold recaps a 2022 deer season that included taking a 170-class whitetail buck with his recurve bow. Then, the guys from Vantage Point Archery join us to discuss their new, 125-grain, single-bevel broadhead and why so many compound bowhunters are switching to single-bevel designs for their proven performance in the field.
2023 Lancaster Classic (Part 1 of 3): Tournament Talk and Hoyt Bowhunting
47:33We're at the Lancaster Archery Classic in Pennsylvania o kick off the indoor shooting season! Lancaster Archery's PJ Reilly discusses the 2023 tournament field and format, while Hoyt Archery's Jeremy Eldredge recounts his successful September bull elk hunt and dishes details on Hoyt's 2023 hunting bows.
Top Gear Picks from the 2023 ATA Show
59:36The 2023 Archery Trade Association show is in the books, and there was a lot of great new gear to be seen! Editor Christian Berg and Associate Editor Mark Demko recap their time at the show, highlight some of the best new products of the show and also include a "bonus segment" on three small brands bringing new innovations to the bowhunting community.
From Field to Table
34:06Now that deer hunting season is over, it’s time for Act II — cooking and grilling season! Rick and Jen Wheatley of Food for Hunters join Associate Editor Mark Demko to share their tips and tricks and tips for transforming venison into delicious dishes in the kitchen. Among the topics covered are field dressing basics, aging venison, how to prepare different cuts and ways to make better burgers. They’ll also share some of their favorite recipes, many of which can be found HERE