Podcast Category: Scouting
Justin Crossley joins us to talk about his scouting strategy for out-of-state hunts. We talk about e-scouting, how to plan a scouting trip to a new area, how to make the best use of time, glassing strategies, and much more. No matter what species you're hunting, you will certainly learn something from this episode.
We continue our How to Hunt Mule Deer series with this in-depth episode on LOCATING mule deer. Our guest, Dioni Amuchastegui, is a friend and dedicated mule deer hunter in Idaho. Dioni has spent a lot of time studying, observing, and hunting mule deer.
We continue our How to Hunt Mule Deer series with this in-depth episode on SCOUTING for mule deer. Our guest, Jason Wright, is a friend and muley addict. Jason has a knack for finding good deer country and has spent countless hours scouting for mule deer.
We are kicking off a new podcast series, How to Hunt Mule Deer. In future episodes, we will interview guests and take a deep-dive into scouting, locating, stalking, shooting, and more. In this first episode, Steve & Mark discuss some of the things that set mule deer hunting apart for hunting for other species...
Long-time listener, first-time mule deer hunter. Tune in to hear Chris' story and how he went from hunting whitetails in Alabama to hunting mule deer in the Wyoming high country. We cover Chris' hunt planning, e-scouting, travel logistics, and the lessons he learned from the hunt.
Our buddy Colter Ingram joins us to discuss his journey hunting Bighorn Sheep in Idaho's backcountry this fall. From the moment Colter found out he drew the tag, he put in countless hours scouting, e-scouting, networking, and doing everything else he could to make his dream hunt become a reality.
Welcome to ELK WEEK! This is the first of 5 back-to-back episodes answering your questions about elk hunting. Our roundtable of guests include Dan Staton (ElkShape.com), Corey Jacobsen (Elk101.com), Trent Fisher (BornAndRaisedOutdoors.com), and Paul Medel (ElkNut.com).
Do you rely on digital resources to scout for new hunting areas? If so, you'll want to tune-in to this episode. Our guest, Dr. Everett Hanna, is a Wildlife Biologist and hunter that uses scientific and academic research data to help inform his scouting. Not a scientist or academic? Yeah, me either.
Two buddies set out to hunt a new species in a new state, and in a new way. The did some things right, and quite a few things wrong. They learned, they laughed, and they filled a tag. Is there anything better? How did they research this hunt? How did they get tags? How did they scout?
What are some of the differences between Roosevelt Elk and Rocky Mountain Elk, and how do tactics both differ and stay the same when hunting these elk sub-species? We cover this topic with our guests, Cory and Shannon, from Angry Spike Productions.
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