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68 minutes | 19 days ago
#116 - Three Deer Down
It has been an eventful last few weeks and on this episode Mark shares stories from his 2020 NC buck and doe, as well as his first TN doe!
91 minutes | a month ago
#115 - First Indiana Deer In The Ghillie Suit
We are finally back with weekly podcast posting! This episode is all about opening day in Indiana and a successful bow hunt off the ground!
80 minutes | 2 months ago
#114 - How To Build A Custom Ghillie Suit With John Zimmerman
Joining us today is fellow Mississippi hunter John Zimmerman to discuss ghillie suits for bowhunting. John tells us how to build a custom low-cost ghillie suit at home along with some tips for customizing it to your needs. We then discuss the success John has had using his ghillie suit to get within bow range of deer on the ground! The Untamed video on building a ghillie suit
52 minutes | 2 months ago
#113 - How To Quarter And Pack Deer Out Of The Field
When you kill a deer far from the truck it can be a daunting task to get it out. Over the last few years of public land deer hunting the South and hunting the West we have developed a quick clean system for quartering deer in the field and packing them out. In this podcast we discuss the gear you need and walk you through the process!
89 minutes | 3 months ago
#111 - Fall Food Plot Plantings
This week we are discussing fall food plot plantings. Specifically we cover what you should plant, how tow plant it, and when to plant it.
88 minutes | 3 months ago
#110 - Can We Accurately Age Deer? A Review Of Science
How old is he? A common question after killing a buck or when deciding whether to shoot him. Today we are discussing the three most commonly used methods for aging deer: tooth wear and replacement, cementum annuli, and aging on the hoof. We share how these methods were developed and what the current body of scientific literature says about their accuracy. See cited papers below. -Tooth Development and Wear as Criteria of Age in White-Tailed Deer -Aging White-Tailed Deer by Tooth Replacement and Wear: A Critical Evaluation of a Time-Honored Technique -Physical Characteristics for Age Estimation of Male White-tailed Deer in Southern Texas -Accuracy and implications of visually estimating age of male white‐tailed deer using physical characteristics from photographs
51 minutes | 3 months ago
#109 - Key Takeaways From Our Interview With Dr. Haus
We are unpacking the top points Dr. Haus made during our interview last week and applying them to our current hunting situations. If you haven't yet, listen to episode 108 prior, as we interview Dr. Jacob Haus about research he did on collared mature bucks on public hunting land!
83 minutes | 4 months ago
#108 - Dr. Jacob Haus on Public Land Mature Buck Movement and Hunting
Dr. Jacob Haus of Bemidji State University joins us to share findings from his graduate research on collared mature bucks on a public hunting area in Maryland. Jacob shares a wealth of knowledge through his observations of real world public land deer movement and answers such questions as why are some bucks so hard to kill? Do bucks choose travel routes based on wind direction? Do bucks bed in the same place repeatedly? Are some bucks unkillable?
64 minutes | 4 months ago
# 107 - Michigan Pike Fishing and Bow Season Prep
This week we are catching up after several weeks away from our normal updates. Moriah shares the stories of his recent fishing trip to northern Michigan and Mark discusses his family farm hunting setups and recent work trip to the farm!
50 minutes | 4 months ago
#106 - Deer Hunting 101 Short Course For New Hunters: PT2
Our deer hunting 101 short course was designed for the first time deer hunter or someone interested in the sport. This is the second part of the two part series and we cover topics such as finding a place to hunt, picking a hunting spot, where to shoot a deer, recovering a deer after the shot, and processing venison.
44 minutes | 4 months ago
#105 - Deer Hunting 101 Short Course For New Hunters: PT1
This is an introductory course on the basics of deer hunting. Today we describe how state agencies manage hunting seasons, how you can become licensed to hunt, and what equipment you will need. Part two covers how you can find hunting spots, shot placement, and meat care.
95 minutes | 4 months ago
#104 - Land Management: What Is Natural?
As habitat managers we frequently make recommendations and choices based on providing habitat characteristics similar to "natural conditions." Today we discuss exactly what is natural across the East and whether this should change the way you approach management decisions on your property.
76 minutes | 5 months ago
#103 - Favorite Fishing Trips, Research Memories, And Updates
This week we are discussing our favorite types of fishing and fishing trips we would like to take in the future. We also discuss past memories from research and discuss Moriah's recent move to the midwest.
97 minutes | 5 months ago
#102 - Next Level Map Scouting With Andrew Maxwell
Andrew Maxwell from the Southern Outdoorsmen shares with us his background in GIS technology. Andrew takes us through an in depth discussion on how common map data are generated and which free internet apps can take your map scouting to the next level! Recording this podcast with Andrew was a game changer as some of the information he shared will allow next level digital scouting like you never thought possible! onX Hunt CalTopo Sentinel Hub
84 minutes | 5 months ago
#101 - Food Plots And Fertilization Research With Jacob Dykes
Graduate student Jacob Dykes from Texas A&M University is joining us today to discuss his fascinating research from past and present. Jacob discusses research on deer selection of thermal refuge and how he is studying their relationship with cattle on the landscape. During his masters research, Jacob studied food plot plantings and the effects of fertilization. He has some very interesting results to share that will make you a better land manager and likely more successful hunter!
124 minutes | 5 months ago
#100 - Our Most Cringy Outdoor Stories
We are celebrating 100 episodes so this week's episode is special. We are reintroducing ourselves and telling the story of how we the genesis of the podcast came about. We finish out the episode with a series of questions about our outdoors experiences and tell some of our most embarrassing stories.
86 minutes | 6 months ago
#99 - Our 2020 Western Hunting Gear Purchases
We are planning several hunting trips to the West this year and have each been developing a list of gear that we need to purchase before we go hunting out west again. On this episode we discuss these planned purchases and how we prioritize which pieces of gear we need to buy.
66 minutes | 6 months ago
#98 - Research Results: Deer Response To Acorn Production
This week on the podcast we are discussing Moriah's thesis research. First we talk about Arizona deer and sheep tag applications and what you can do to start planning an Arizona hunting trip. We then talk about Moriah's experiments concerning acorn production and how deer respond to acorns!
78 minutes | 6 months ago
#97 - Elk Sheds in New Mexico
Ever dreamed of finding elk sheds out west? We just returned from a four day shed hunting trip to New Mexico where we found lots of elk and mule deer sheds. On this episode we discuss what we learned on the trip and how we found sheds.
84 minutes | 6 months ago
#96 - Digital Scouting For New Hunting Properties
With both of us moving into new states this fall and tackling completely new public ground today we are discussing what we look for when selecting public land hunting properties. We cover the search for hunting properties, evaluating them at the computer, and eventually selecting areas to focus on within them.
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