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84 minutes | Dec 25, 2019
Ep. 13: All About Land (The Lost Episode)
I'm not sure one could come up with a better Christmas present this morning than a brand new episode of the DeerLand Podcast! This episode was actually recorded in the fall of 2018, and didn't end up getting released. Mike, Tyler and Louie are joined by one of our good friends, and friend of the show, Ryan Kirby from Ryan Kirby Art. Mike, Louie and Ryan have all bought their own farms and have bought land through Tyler. We talk about the processes we went through and a little about our journeys to owning our own farms. This is episode is definitely where the Land comes from in DeerLand! I hope you enjoy and continue to help us spread the word about our show!
103 minutes | Dec 18, 2019
Ep. 13: We're Still Here!
It's been a little while, but we're still here. After taking some time off, the plan is to get back to providing you with some regular content. On this episode, Mike and Tyler sit down and catch up on what's been happening since the last episode. As usual, there's a lot of talking by Mike, but he had a lot that has went on since the Spring! We talk about everything from turkey season, to food plotting and deer hunting. We hope you enjoy the episode and please help us spread the word by passing us along to anyone you know!
41 minutes | Mar 15, 2019
Ep. 12: BS Session
We're at a point in the year that we have a lot that we would like to be doing, but we're at the mercy of Mother Nature. Mike and Tyler got together and recorded a quick episode that didn't really have a topic of conversation. We discuss a little bit of what has been going on lately, what we have coming up, and a little bit of random conversation mixed in between. We've got a pretty good schedule of episodes lined up for the next couple of months, so bear with us this week!
70 minutes | Mar 4, 2019
Ep. 11: Food Plot 101
Mike and Tyler sit down and give an introductory crash course on food plots. From poor-man plots, to larger plots, we give you a good idea on the best ways to get started and some ideas on the methods you can use to do so. This is jut the first part of a multi-episode series we will do on food plotting. We plan to dive in a lot deeper in the following episodes in the series to talk about larger plots, crop rotation, cover crops and a lot more. Please make sure to follow us on our social media platforms and if you like the content we are providing, let your friends know about as well!
54 minutes | Feb 25, 2019
Ep. 10: Shed Rally & More
In this episode, Mike and Tyler talk about some of the off-season projects going on, #shedrally, our desire for Spring to finally get here and a whole lot more. Please like, comment and share our content and don't forget to give us any feedback you may have as we'd love to hear from you!
103 minutes | Feb 11, 2019
Ep. 9.5: Deer Season Wrap Up
After a brief hiatus, we are back in the studio to wrap up deer season. We had one final deer kill and also a Booner dead head was found. We also touch on a little squirrel hunting action and end the show with some turkey talk. Don't forget to check us out at www.deerlandpodcast.com to hear all of our past episodes!
74 minutes | Dec 19, 2018
Ep. 8: Warsaw Caviar
On this episode, we're joined by Joe Clarke, representing a recently formed company, Warsaw Caviar. Joe takes us along on a little history lesson of sturgeon caviar, also known as hackleback caviar. We learn about where it comes from locally, where all the product ends up around the country, serving suggestions and a whole lot more. Unfortunately, Joe didn't bring any of this fine product with him, but rest assured, we will have him back and try it for ourselves! Luckily, Joe did bring a laptop with him so we could at least record the episode, as the DeerLand laptop was inadvertently not brought to HQ! I really hope you enjoy this episode. I realize it's a little off base to most, but this is a very precious resource that's found inside the banks of the Mighty Mississippi and I don't think a lot of people even realize it!
100 minutes | Dec 10, 2018
Ep. 7: The final chapter in the quest for Muley!
The story of the Mule Deer Buck, aka Muley, has come to an end. Hear how the hunt went down, some of the oddities with the history of this deer, how to age deer using the jawbone and teeth, and a lot more late season talk.
124 minutes | Dec 6, 2018
Ep. 6: Trail Cameras, 2nd Shotgun Season and the end of Sweet November!
This episode is loaded with everything trail cameras. We discuss our history with them, what it was like in the old days, how they have come along over the years. We also get in to a little bit of our strategy with them throughout the year. Trail cameras are a topic that we just can't fully cover in one episode, but this is a good start. We also talk about the impending 2nd shotgun season and our expectations. This was our longest podcast yet, so hopefully we can keep you entertained until the end! Thanks for listening and let us know your thoughts. We would love to hear from you!
79 minutes | Nov 27, 2018
Ep. 5: Shotgun Season....And our love/hate relationship with it.
In this episode the guys talk all about shotgun season and the trials and tribulations that it can bring and how our weekend hunts went. We also talk about getting kids in the field, managing a deer herd, working with your neighbors and a little bit of everything in between. Don't forget to check us out on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and our website, www.deerlandpodcast.com.
64 minutes | Nov 20, 2018
Ep. 4: Ryan Kirby from Ryan Kirby Art is in studio! Louie is also on the board with a giant 8!
In this episode we are joined by renowned wildlife artist Ryan Kirby. We are lucky to have Ryan be not only a friend of the show, but also friends with each of us. We discuss a little art, a lot of hunting, tell a few stories and talk about what are plans are for the last few days before gun season. Also, Louie had the chance to arrow a beautiful, big framed 8 since our last episode. I hope you enjoy the episode, and please like, comment, subscribe and share us with anyone else you think would enjoy what we have to say! Thanks for listening.
95 minutes | Nov 13, 2018
Ep. 3: Mike's 160"(ish) 7 year old buck, Walter Sellens talks about the changes in deer hunting the last 50 years and our latest 2018 rut report!
On this episode we're in Northeast Missouri at the Sellens cabin on opening day of the Missouri rifle season. We get the full story of Mike's 160"(ish) 7 year old buck, his largest, and oldest, deer to date. We're also joined by Walter Sellens, Tyler's dad. Walter is an extremely accomplished man in all facets of his life, an accomplished outdoorsman being one of them. We discuss the changes Walter has seen in deer hunting over the years, some of his childhood memories of hunting with his father and some of the memories of he and Tyler going hunting together. We also discuss what we've been seeing this last week, where we think the rut may be right now and what our plans are for the upcoming week. I hope you enjoy this episode, and as always we would love to hear any feedback from our listeners and would appreciate you helping us spread the word about the DeerLand Podcast!
75 minutes | Nov 5, 2018
Ep. 2: Sweet November!
The guys are all together at the brand new DeerLand HQ to talk about that magical time that all deer hunters dream about. November! We discuss the last couple of weeks of October and what we each observed and then we talk about what to expect in the first part of November as the rut is in full swing. Mike had some success with a doe harvest and the crazy things an arrow can do once it hits its mark are discussed. We also go over some of the gear we are using this year. I hope you enjoy this episode and please don't forget to follow us on all of our social media pages and like, comment and subscribe to the podcast! We would love to hear from you, so don't hesitate to let us know your thoughts on how we're doing!
70 minutes | Oct 20, 2018
Ep. 1: Hello, world.
Welcome to DeerLand! In this, our first episode, you will get to know a little bit about the guys behind the podcast, what our hopes are for the future of the show and even a couple of hunting stories. There's even a little time devoted to the flying squirrel. We look forward to bringing you some great stories, tactics we use in the field, land mangement practices we have already implemented, some we are planning to implement, food plotting, equipment reviews and so much more. We hope you enjoy the episode and we would love to hear your feedback on what you think. This is our first attempt at recording a podcast and we plan to only make it better from here. Hopefully you'll join us for this journey!
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