Podcast Category: Mule Deer
A new hunter (and listener of the Hunt Backcountry Podcast) embarks upon a solo backcountry adventure and encounters more than he imagined. From a close encounter with a lion that had a deer in its jaws, to harvesting a black bear with a trad bow, this hunt was certainly one to remember. Hear the whole story...
Stephen West joins us on the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to talk about his work as a guide in Texas and Mexico. Whether it is chasing Aoudad in West Texas, Carmen deer in the Chinati Mountains, or Mule Deer in Sonora, Stephen is a year-round guide that lives for adventure.
Colton Heward is both a do-it-yourself hunter and a professional hunting guide. He joins us on the Hunt Backcountry Podcast to talk about the misconceptions that many hunters have about guided hunts, what life is like as a hunting guide, what makes a great hunter/client on guided hunts, and much more...
Our guest for this podcast episode is Hal Blood — legendary deer tracker from the "Big Woods" of Maine. No matter what species you are hunting, or where you may be attempting to track them, this podcast episode will give you tracking tips, lessons in animal behavior, and much more.
If you are looking to expand your hunting horizons, a winter trip to the Southwest could be just what you're looking for. In this podcast talk about the hunting opportunities for Javelina, how to acquire tags and plan your trip, how to e-scout, and what tactics you should use when hunting Javelina.
Join us for an unscripted conversation with Josh Kirchner (@dialedinhunter) about Josh's recent weeklong high country archery mule deer hunt in Utah. You'll hear the highs and lows of the story, the lessons learned, the perspective of bringing along someone that is new to high country mule deer hunting, and much more.
What gear truly matters to you and makes the biggest difference in your hunting? If you had a limited budget and were starting all over, where would you focus your spending? In this Hunt Backcountry Podcast episode, we answer these questions with five experienced and successful hunters.
What lessons have you learned the hard way? Is there a specific story where you made a mistake that you commonly refer back to, or have learned from in a way that changes how you have hunted ever since? In this Hunt Backcountry Podcast episode, we answer these questions with five experienced and successful hunters.
What is the key to consistency in hunting? What do the most consistent hunters attribute their success to? Would it be their pre-season planning and scouting, their knowledge of animal behavior and hunting techniques, their hunting instincts, or something else?
What are some hunting tactics or strategies that you use, which may seem counterintuitive, go against conventional wisdom, or be undervalued in common hunting advice? We answer this question with 5 expert hunters to understand how they do things a bit differently than you may expect.
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