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The Sportsmen’s Nation 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 that will not only help you in the field, but help scratch the itch when you can’t be in the tree stand. Nine Finger Chronicles, Land & Legacy, DYI Sportsman, Transition Wild, and Southern Ground.
 
The Oklahoma Outdoor Podcast explores the wildlife and natural resources of the Sooner state. A diverse range of topics include conservation, habitat, strategy, and some good old fashion storytelling. From whitetail strategies to fishing, come join the discussion as we pick apart the great plains, mountains, and river bottoms Oklahoma is famous for. The intension of this podcast is to educate and entertain, with the ultimate goal of getting more out of the outdoor experience.
 
The Sportsmen’s Nation is a collection of outdoor hunting podcasts dedicated to the big game hunter. These podcasts cover hunting strategy, hunting gear, and hunting stories of big game species in North America. Topics include elk hunting, mule deer hunting, antelope hunting, and all things western big game. Podcasts include: Transition Wild, Sahn Outdoors, and Backcountry Rookies
 
The state of Wisconsin has a rich and storied outdoor heritage and provides a plethora of opportunities for those who love to hunt, fish, and recreate outdoors. The Wisconsin Sportsman podcast exists to celebrate and spread a passion for natural resources and outdoor recreation in the state of Wisconsin. On this podcast we will discuss all things outdoors in the Badger State, from hunting, fishing, and conservation, to camping, hiking, and involving the entire family in the outdoors. We’ll h ...
 
Local bait shops are often an anglers hangout to learn about what techniques, tackle, lures and bait the fish are biting on. The Freshwater Bite Fishing Podcast content will be an audio version of a bait shop that you can listen to anytime, anywhere. This podcast will talk with both pros and everyday anglers who are passionate about sharing their stories on the water and why they love to fish. It is through these stories you will find tips, techniques, gear and tackle to use on your next fis ...
 
South Dakota is an incredibly unique state that offers numerous opportunities to outdoors men and women who are willing to get out there and give it a shot. The South Dakota Unlimited podcast aims to give those same people a resource to learn more about topics they are passionate about and maybe some topics or opportunities the state offers that they haven’t thought about yet. Host CJ Peters talks with men and women from around the state who are knowledgeable and passionate about the opportu ...
 
Three Ohio natives (Jason, Jacob, and Jeff) are the hosts of Ohio Huntsman. They are three brothers who were brought up primarily hunting the public lands of the Wayne National Forest with their Dad. So be sure to tune in as they discuss all things related to hunting in Ohio, with an emphasis on providing quality information to fellow hunters that love and enjoy all that the outdoors in Ohio have to offer.
 
Welcome to the Backcountry Rookies Big Game Hunting podcast, we are new to the backcountry hunting community, or as some would say "Rookies". Our goal is to educate ourselves as well as other new western hunters and gain the experience we all need to be successful backcountry hunters. As we begin our exciting new journey we want to invite other Rookies, like us, as well as seasoned western hunters to learn and help all skill levels become prepared for their backcountry hunting adventures. In ...
 
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Today's guest is a self admitted "turkey guy" who loves to deer hunt. And with turkey season over, the conversation is 90% about deer hunting strategy and planning for the fall. On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan and guest Nathan Adamson of central Illinois get in to a discussion about summer scouting, trail cams, wind and thermals,…
 
It’s that time of year where we here in Michigan can give thanks for how fortunate we are to have Salmon swimming in our Great Lakes! On this episode Lee talks with Bob Hinds and Quinn Knudsen of Central Coast Angling out of Traverse City, MI. The boys talk about upgrades to the Central Coast Angling fleet, first mate Quinn coming aboard to share h…
 
Today we chat with outdoor writer Pat Durkin. Pat’s lengthy and diverse career as an outdoor writer has resulted in his work being featured in many Wisconsin newspapers, outdoor magazines, and online outlets such as themeateater.com. If you read about the outdoors in the state of Wisconsin, you’ve probably read something from Pat. In this episode, …
 
On this episode of the Iowa Hunt & Fish podcast, Dan is Joined by Returning guest Noel Gandy of Southwest Iowa to talk about how the work they put in during the summer months translates to success in the fall. Noel share information about trimming out and hanging treestands, his trail camera strategy, habitat and food plot strategy, as well as a co…
 
Joining Marcus this week are Courtney and Hunter Howland and they are the owners of 2% Certified, Little Forest Creations. The group talks about the organic way in which the company was started and why they decided to start making wax melts. With the company just launching less than a month ago, they have made the commitment to giving back to wildl…
 
This week on the show we had an old fashion round table discussion of products that we believe are either overrated or the flip side of that and don't get enough attention. The first overrated product was the 450 bushmaster/45-70 Government. Basically, the argument is these larger straight-walled cartridges are just not that superior to the old fas…
 
Just how fast can I make habitat better? We do our best on this week's podcast to answer that question but be prepared, the answer may surprise you. We are not talking years, we are talking months for night and day transformations. We discuss a 6-month journey of a glade restoration that has completely changed this portion of the farm. In December …
 
Have you ever asked yourself what your goals are for summer time trail cameras? Everyone loves those beautiful summer time velvet antler trail camera photos, but are they helpful? This week John takes a hard look at the ups and downs of summer trail camera photos, and what a person's goals might be. Is the goal to locate a certain buck? To get inve…
 
On this episode of South Dakota Unlimited, CJ speaks with Chris Hesla, the Executive Director of South Dakota Wildlife Federation, and Zach Hunke, the President of SDWF. SDWF is constantly working behind the scenes in the state legislature ensuring the natural resources of this state are being managed from a scientific standpoint, and the opportuni…
 
Greg Tubbs and Eric Clark are hosts of the Where2Hunt podcast and creators of Okayest Hunter. Okayest Hunter is an online brand that promotes celebrating every deer taken and promoting a positive message around hunting. A message I can get behind. As a self proclaimed “meat hunter” my trophy lies in the harvest, not necessarily what's on its head (…
 
On this episode of the Iowa Hunt & Fish podcast, Dan is Joined by Returning guest Noel Gandy of Southwest Iowa to talk about how the work they put in during the summer months translates to success in the fall. Noel share information about trimming out and hanging treestands, his trail camera strategy, habitat and food plot strategy, as well as a co…
 
Today we chat with outdoor writer Pat Durkin. Pat’s lengthy and diverse career as an outdoor writer has resulted in his work being featured in many Wisconsin newspapers, outdoor magazines, and online outlets such as themeateater.com. If you read about the outdoors in the state of Wisconsin, you’ve probably read something from Pat. In this episode, …
 
Pennsylvania is home to more than 83,000 miles of streams, many of which hold respectable native trout populations. In the past decade, many high rain events have devastated creek channels thus affecting food webs and trout populations. In addition to weather, there are a number of point and non-point pollution sources that continue to impair cold …
 
If you have been looking for a new challenge in your outdoor pursuits and wondering what that may be….. try filming them. In this episode, the boy’s come together to discuss their success, failures, gear and challenges behind the lens in filming their outdoor adventures. It may seem mindless and quite easy but try catching a trophy buck or a hook s…
 
This week on the Southern Ground Hunting podcast, we're discussing 5 things that you can do that just might help you have the best deer season yet. Our friend Luke Parker joins the conversation as we break down some of these practices. Parker posed to the folks that follow the Southern Ground instagram. The question: What is something you're doing …
 
Joining Marcus this week are Courtney and Hunter Howland and they are the owners of 2% Certified, Little Forest Creations. The group talks about the organic way in which the company was started and why they decided to start making wax melts. With the company just launching less than a month ago, they have made the commitment to giving back to wildl…
 
This week on the show we had an old fashion round table discussion of products that we believe are either overrated or the flip side of that and don't get enough attention. The first overrated product was the 450 bushmaster/45-70 Government. Basically, the argument is these larger straight-walled cartridges are just not that superior to the old fas…
 
This week Chad talks with Jessica Manuell from Canyon Coolers about everything coolers. There are a lot of questions that revolve around coolers and Chad and Jessica answer them in this podcast. People often ask how to get the most out of their cooler, or how to make ice last longer, what size cooler do I need for an elk or deer. Check out this pod…
 
This week Chad talks with Jessica Manuell from Canyon Coolers about everything coolers. There are a lot of questions that revolve around coolers and Chad and Jessica answer them in this podcast. People often ask how to get the most out of their cooler, or how to make ice last longer, what size cooler do I need for an elk or deer. Check out this pod…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with the Urban Bowman, Taylor Chamberlin of Washington D.C. about deer trends he has identified throughout the years while bowhunting. Taylor hunts over 150 days each year in an area where the deer head is very overpopulated and the tag allocation is liberal to say the least. They guys kick o…
 
This week Chad talks with Jessica Manuell from Canyon Coolers about everything coolers. There are a lot of questions that revolve around coolers and Chad and Jessica answer them in this podcast. People often ask how to get the most out of their cooler, or how to make ice last longer, what size cooler do I need for an elk or deer. Check out this pod…
 
Welcome to a new podcast format! We are going for a more visual learning experience, so please follow along closely with the podcast instructions to get the most out of each episode. Head over to our Facebook or Instagram account for photos that we reference during this podcast. We closely examine two photos, calling out plant species, describing t…
 
In this episode of the Missouri Woods & Water Podcast, hosts Nate & Micah talk with Shawn Luchtel of Heartland Bowhunter about his hunting background. First, we get into how Shawn started hunting and who his hunting influences were. We also talk about what got him interested in filming his hunts and how Heartland Bowhunter started. Shawn also gets …
 
Welcome to a new podcast format! We are going for a more visual learning experience, so please follow along closely with the podcast instructions to get the most out of each episode. Head over to our Facebook or Instagram account for photos that we reference during this podcast. We closely examine two photos, calling out plant species, describing t…
 
Just how fast can I make habitat better? We do our best on this week's podcast to answer that question but be prepared, the answer may surprise you. We are not talking years, we are talking months for night and day transformations. We discuss a 6-month journey of a glade restoration that has completely changed this portion of the farm. In December …
 
Have you ever asked yourself what your goals are for summer time trail cameras? Everyone loves those beautiful summer time velvet antler trail camera photos, but are they helpful? This week John takes a hard look at the ups and downs of summer trail camera photos, and what a person's goals might be. Is the goal to locate a certain buck? To get inve…
 
The Houndsman XP crew is joined by guest Becky Dwire of the Nevada Sporting Dog Alliance, for the first official “Point Blank” episode. Point Blank is an unfiltered discussion about the hottest topics in the hunting community. The group discusses and explains why we hunt and the importance of being able to tell people why we hunt. Hot topics that d…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with Danny Thompson of central Minnesota about how his life revolves around his family and whitetails. The guys kick off the conversation by trading war stories about riding three-wheelers when they were younger and somehow that transitions in to a discussion about hunting traditions in Minne…
 
​Joining Marcus today to celebrate the 1 year anniversary of the podcast is 2% Executive Director Jared Frasier. The guys get to do an in depth recap of the past year as it pertains to not only 2%, but the conservation landscape in general. Despite the hardships that many businesses and individuals were hit with over the past year, many still found…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan is joined by Larry McCoy of Custom Bow Equipment to discuss their lineup of sights, stabilizers, and quivers. Larry gets in to the details about the material they use to create their bow accessories and when combined with elite engineering and design , is a high quality product line. Larry also touch…
 
Trail cameras are the topic of today's discussion. In particular, I'll be talking about summer strategies on public land. It seems like much of the info we hear on summer trail cameras focuses around putting them in high visibility areas, along field edges, fence rows, or next to minerals. Well, what if you don't have access to agriculture? What if…
 
It's not often that we bring on a guest from outside of the southeast. When we do, you better listen up because they're about to bring the heat. Our guest this week is a mature buck killer named Johnny Stewart. Johnny primarily hunts the big woods of Pennsylvania, targeting big bucks in the big woods. Over the years, he has built up quite the reput…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan is joined by Larry McCoy of Custom Bow Equipment to discuss their lineup of sights, stabilizers, and quivers. Larry gets in to the details about the material they use to create their bow accessories and when combined with elite engineering and design , is a high quality product line. Larry also touch…
 
​Joining Marcus today to celebrate the 1 year anniversary of the podcast is 2% Executive Director Jared Frasier. The guys get to do an in depth recap of the past year as it pertains to not only 2%, but the conservation landscape in general. Despite the hardships that many businesses and individuals were hit with over the past year, many still found…
 
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