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The whitetail obsession podcast is about all about deer hunting, land management and food plots. We talk all about habitat projects, food plots, deer and turkey hunting and many other techniques to help improve your deer hunting success. We go in depth about soil health and way to improve it along with different ways to increase your odds of seeing and shooting wildlife.
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Whitetail Landscapes focuses on enhancing whitetail deer hunting properties through design and management efforts. Jon Teater owns and operates Whitetail Landscapes and has established clients throughout the United States. Jon’s experience combined with reoccurring podcast guests will provide opportunities for those around the country to learn how to improve their hunting property.
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Sportsmen's Empire - Whitetail Hunting

Sportsmen's Empire Outdoor Network

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The Sportsmen’s Empire is a collection of outdoor hunting podcasts for the die-hard sportsman. These podcasts are jam packed with fun and educational information about whitetail deer hunting and other outdoor content that will not only help you in the field, but help scratch the itch when you can’t be in the tree stand or duck blind. Nine Finger Chronicles, Houndsman XP, DYI Sportsman, The Hunting Gear Podcast, and Southern Ground just to name a few.
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Live in your element as lead singer of Tyler and the Tribe and former SMU football safety Tyler Jones along with co-host K.C. Smith solicit the minds of their guests to find the cutting edge tips and tactics that allow them to get closer to their quarry. From elk to whitetails and everything in between, the hunting stories and information never end. If you live the outdoors and love to learn, subscribe to the Element podcast and YouTube channel to listen to experts and see a wide range of hi ...
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Whitetail Experience

Whitetail Experience

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The Whitetail Experience podcast is a solution driven environment for whitetail bowhunters to create solutions leading up to the shot; the moment of truth, the shot; and events after a successful harvest. Our community will focus on techniques to Hunt With Knowledge, and Shoot With Confidence. You can find more articles and videos at www.whitetailexperience.com
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Whitetail Instinct Podcast

Chance Vorderstrasse

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Improving your "whitetail instinct" 7 minutes at a time! The Whitetail Instinct Podcast is for hunters with a short attention span who want to learn about public land whitetail hunting and whitetail habitat management. One week it is a public land whitetail tip and the next we will be talking habitat management.
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Heath starts another litter of pups and walks you through the (ENS) Early Neurological Stimulation process and the pros and cons according to several peer reviewed articles. Dirt roads and tracking deficiencies. This one will make you think. Follow our Sponsors: Inukshuk Darkenergy OnX Double U Hunting Supply Inukshuk: Inukshukpro.com Corey.ca Dark…
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The Element Podcast powered by FIRST LITE On this episode Tyler Jones, & K.C. Smith, Are joined by Michael Stoll to discuss how they would go about planning a hunting season. They talk about managing expectations and what exactly they are looking for on out of state hunting trips. They also discuss when, out of the season they would shoot for time …
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Matt Williams (myco-habitat) discuss recent projects and experiments. Matt discusses hiring a forester. Matt explains new plants he’s trying to options on his food plot. Matt and Jon discuss plants they don’t want to see in food plots. Jon discusses fertilizer and amendments and creating more o…
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Caden Kyles, owner and call builder with CK Custom Calls, joins Brian on the show. Caden became interested in waterfowl hunting through his grandfather who told him stories of Arkansas timber holes covered in ducks. He also gave him his first duck call and that began a love for hand made duck calls. We discuss what got him into making his own calls…
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In this week's episode host Kevin Creeley is joined by guest Kendell Mitten to discuss the story of him killing a 150" buck in a pine thicket with a bow, at a high pressure hunt club in central Virginia. Topics include: - Virginia hunting heritage - Still hunting at dog hunting clubs - Utilizing terrain features in pine thickets to target bucks - E…
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In this conversation, Dan Johnson and Joe Jones discuss the challenges of balancing work and family with their passion for the outdoors. They also provide an update on Joe's pursuit of a particular buck and his efforts to gain access to a 200-acre property. Joe shares his strategies for patterning the buck and his excitement about the new hunting o…
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Returning to the podcast this week is none other than Frank Alan Stie. Fresh off a 5 state turkey tour and riding high off the release of his new book "From Blue Ridge Mountain Boy To Sooner Slayer: A Perspective on Hunting, Fishing, Family and Friends" we have a fantastic conversation that covers a multitude of topics. With as much experience hunt…
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While cell cams will continue to evolve in size, picture quality and other specs, the greatest opportunity for differentiation within the market is the evolution of the app that accompanies the cell cam. Cell cam apps are now incorporating artificial intelligence, tagging of specific animals, and greater sorting features. But, what about all the ot…
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In this episode of the Antler Up Podcast, host Jeremy Dinsmore is joined by The Dialed in Hunter, Josh Kirchner. In this conversation, Josh Kirchner and Jeremy discuss the importance of keeping things simple when it comes to Western hunting. They emphasize avoiding overcomplicating gear choices and focusing on archery fundamentals instead. Josh is …
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Sometimes good things just take time. This week's episode of the Pennsylvania Woodsman is no exception, as this is a slightly longer conversation. Our guest is Cory Gulvas and we dive into the world of traditional archery. Cory's passion has driven him to competition level shooting, solely hunting with a recurve, and even bow building. In that time…
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On this episode of GOHUNT’s Western Rookie Podcast, Brian covers all the gear you need for an awesome rifle hunt from the truck to the pack out! This week’s episode covers the final step in planning the perfect western hunt and everyone’s favorite topic – gear! Brian covers all the gear for a successful western hunt for anyone planning a hunt, from…
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This week on the Missouri Woods & Water Podcast the guys just got together, sat down, had some drinks, hit the record button, and had a nice long BS session together. Nate, Andy, & Micah haven't been in the same room together in a while so this week's show was one big catch up session....and we had some fun. Enjoy the show! Check out the MWW Websit…
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In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Matt Williams (myco-habitat) discuss recent projects and experiments. Matt discusses hiring a forester. Matt explains new plants he’s trying to options on his food plot. Matt and Jon discuss plants they don’t want to see in food plots. Jon discusses fertilizer and amendments and creating more o…
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We talk about deer sign a lot. Tracks, rubs, scrapes, beds, and food sources all make sense when we think about them individually, but taking a step back to look at the big picture is something most of us don't do often enough. Luckily, there are people out there like Brian Dombrowski who can help us break things down! This week, Pierce & Brian sta…
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They’re here folks. The hot, sultry, dog days of summer, considered by the ancient Greeks to be connected with heat, drought, sudden thunderstorms, lethargy, fever, mad dogs and bad luck. Hound hunters will agree with that Hellenistic view, adding mosquitos, poisonous snakes and humidity to the mix as they try to keep a hound in shape or to attend …
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In this week’s episode of The Range Podcast, Ricky and Hollywood talk about the current state of Vapor Trail Archery. There have been a lot of changes within the organization including systems updates and personnel changes to operate more efficiently. Ricky and Hollywood discuss the 3D archery shoots they’ve attended this summer and reveal their ex…
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On this episode of Michigan Wild, Nate interviews Sam Olexsak, the Amsteel Guy, about his journey into mobile hunting and the development of Amsteel products. They discuss the benefits of using Amsteel, the importance of having a consistent system, and the learning curve of using Amsteel aiders. Sam provides advice for beginners and emphasizes the …
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We have a very special episode this week on the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast. Native American Tribes have a rich history with Oklahoma's land and wildlife. Many of the tribes represented today were on the landscape long before statehood, and have a relationship with wildlife that goes far beyond hunting for pleasure and past time. Trenton Kissee is th…
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Today Jason and Josh have a great conversation on the importance independence in a dog. Some on the other side of the spectrum feel there is a point when independence becomes a fault. Same coin, two different sides. The guys get a chance to catch up on the EHS standings, what’s coming up and just talk dogs for a bit. Make sure to check out CaneStre…
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Graham from Vortex discusses hunting and shooting experiences, including the Vortex Ambassador Summit and the challenges of shooting a handgun. They also talk about the culture at Vortex and the passion for hunting and shooting among the employees. Graham shares his upcoming hunting plans in Wisconsin and South Dakota, with a focus on whitetail dee…
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On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Brad Schwinn of Wild Tech discusses the creation of their product, GameGrip, which is designed to clean game meat by removing dirt, hair, and debris. The adhesive used in GameGrip is FDA-approved and safe for direct food contact. Brad explains that the idea for GameGrip came from personal frustrations an…
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This week I have my buddy Adam Weaver on. Adam is extremely successful hunting all the stages of the month of October in Virginia. Adam breaks down what he looks for in terms of sign, and the tactics he uses to both fill the freezer with does and harvest mature bucks before November even begins. Topics include: -Feed tree identification and hunting…
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Sehra Evans, Chairman of the Monterey Chapter of Ducks Unlimited joins Brian on the show. Sehra was born and raised in California and became a waterfowl hunter later in life. She did not grow up hunting. In fact, her family was actually against hunting and was not supportive of her decision to become a hunter. We discuss what that dynamic was like …
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In this weeks’ Best of No Lowballers episode, Eli Duckworth of Cabot Guns & Alchemy Custom Weaponry talks all about the one and only 1911 and what variations of the platform you can get from both Cabot Guns & Alchemy Custom Weaponry. On today’s best of show with GunBroker: - A Little History of the 1911 - How Some Brands Have Transitioned to Quanti…
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On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman, Dan is joined by Peter Herzog as they discuss how to go on adventures no matter the budget. Peter is a Minnesota native and Montana transplant that has always enjoyed adventures in the outdoors. From a young age he started hunting and fishing but at 17 decided to branch out to uncharted territory. He purc…
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To be successful, many companies and businesses require you to cross-train. Heath and Liberty Canine’s Owner, Randall Lykins have taken a page from that book and are applying it to their canine training. Randall a retired Army Ranger and kennel master now trains bird dogs and companion dogs. The two talk about using other training methods from othe…
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