We’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.
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The Changing Face of Bowhunting
1:04:14Are crossbows taking over the bowhunting world? In this episode, we reveal just how dominant crossbows have become in many of America's top bowhunting states and what it means for the future of our sport. Michigan DNR’s Chad Stewart, Wisconsin DNR’s Brian Dhuey and Easton Archery’s Clint Warner join us to discuss the crossbow's growing impact on whitetail populations and the many opinions people have about the crossbow as a hunting weapon.
Lights, Camera, Action!
33:46Trying to take an animal with your bow is hard enough. Throw in self-filming the experience and you have a daunting task. Well-known self-filmer Kaitlyn Maus (@kaitlynmausoutdoors) joins Associate Editor Mark Demko to talk about her passion for bowhunting and how she got started filming her own hunts. Plus, she shares her top tips for self-filmers who are just starting out, as well as what gear and equipment you really need to get started.
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Scratching Out Public-Land Turkeys
56:46Public-land turkey hunting isn't always easy, but success can be found by those hunters willing and able to put in the work and overcome challenges. In this episode, Contributor Clint Casper and good friend Ryan Bertsch join Editor Christian Berg to recap their spring season and share stories about how they overcame low turkey numbers and bad weather to get the job done in Kansas, Nebraska and their home state of Ohio.
Uncle Ted Rocks On!
53:45Ted Nugent has sold more than 40 million albums and performed to sold-out audiences around the globe. He also eats, sleeps and breathes bowhunting. The rock icon joins us to discuss his lifelong passion for the outdoors, whether he writes music in the stand and why this summer’s tour may be your last chance to see the Motor City Madman live!
One Stick to Rule Them All!
1:05:34Sure, you know about the saddle-hunting craze. But do you know about one-sticking? In this episode, YouTuber Greg Staggs from Staggs in the Wild joins us for an in-depth discussion of the one-stick climbing method and how it can take your mobile bowhunting the next level in terms of weight reduction and stealth!
From Field to Fork!
1:05:59The National Deer Association’s Field to Fork initiative introduces adults to bowhunting. Mark, Christian and PJ discuss the importance of outdoor mentors. Then, Pennsylvania Field to Fork Coordinator Elizabeth Kligge explains how archery plays such an important role the innovative, food-focused recruitment program.
It’s Time to Hit the Mountain!
35:11It's 3-D shooting season, and Brandon Waddell from Mountain Archery Fest is here to discuss this year's event lineup. Featuring seven tour stops from coast to coast, Mountain Archery Fest offers bowhunters an awesome opportunity to hone their shooting skills, compete for prizes and connect with fellow bowhunters in a fun atmosphere that also includes activities such as novelty shoots and corn hole tournaments.
I Bought A New Truck!
57:19Can an affordable, compact pickup truck be a capable bowhunting and overlanding vehicle? Editor Christian Berg discusses how his new 2022 Ford Maverick can be a great outdoors rigs with just a few modifications. Christian also has guests from Ford Motor Co., Leitner Designs and more.
Nocking On and On...
1:29:57The beat goes on for John Dudley and Nock On Archery! In this episode, John discusses the new-for-2023 PSE Nock On Unite bow, shares a number or archery shooting and bowhunting tips and dishes all about the new ownership group at PSE and why he believes the brand will be a force to be reckoned with well into the future.
The Sounds of Spring
40:31Hearing ability diminishes over time, and for a bowhunter that loss is perhaps most noticeable during spring turkey season. TETRA Hearing founder and audiologist Bill Dickinson joins Associate Editor Mark Demko to discuss how hearing loss impacts the hunt, what aging sportsman can do to offset that loss and how TETRA Hearing products can make a world of difference in the field.