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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 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
 
Podcasts and stories to inform and inspire your passion for the outdoors, hunting and fishing. Don’t let present circumstance limit your initiative for the wild. Listen now for tips, tactics and wisdom from guests such as Jim Shockey, Aron Snyder, Corey Jacobsen, Paul “ElkNut” Medel, Kristy Titus, Guy Eastman, Jay Scott and Mark Kenyon.
 
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 ...
 
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On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is joined by fellow podcast, Beau Martonik for a BS Session about bowhunting whitetails and the great outdoors. The guys kick off the episode, by talking about growing up hunting in Pennsylvania and the hunting strategies he uses in the big woods chasing mature bucks in low density herds. They disc…
 
This week on the show we tell our stories from the 2021 Spring Turkey opening weekend. We took advantage of the earlier start to the spring season and hunted opening day for the first time down at our hunting camp. We recorded the episode inside the cabin for the first time after our opening day hunts. Jeff heard some gobbles and tried his best to …
 
Any angler with a competitive bone in their body has either entered a fishing tournament or at least thought they have what it takes to enter one at some point. What does it take to truly be successful? Are you really as good as you think you are? I am joined this week by Ryan Petravicius who gives us all some great insight as to what he had to do …
 
On this week’s Backcountry Rookies podcast I am going to share an episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles podcast. Dan Johnson asked me to come on his show to talk about the origins of Backcountry Rookies and to do a hunter bio/profile show. We had a lot of fun talking about the start of it all, my introduction to hunting, time in the military, and m…
 
Dan Staton of ElkShape joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to talk about what drives him as a man who prides himself on the development of what he calls “sweat equity.” In this episode, Dan goes into detail about his first encounter with a successful elk harvest, how time in the woods makes us more effective and present at home and how he leverages el…
 
This week we have Reina Tyl with the Missouri Department of Conservation on to talk about Missouri's turkey population. Reina is a wild turkey and ruffed grouse biologist with MDC, so she is very knowledgeable about turkey in our state. We talk with her about the history of the turkey in Missouri and other places, conditions that go into population…
 
This episode of Huntavore highlights Annie Weisz, author of Peak to Plate. Peak to Plate is a website all dedicated to things using wildgame. Annie began her adventure by being along side her mother in the kitchen. Developing a love and passion for food, even her day job has her looking at nutrition being a Dietitian. Annie has been surrounded by h…
 
Ray Archuleta has had a long career in the world of agronomy and promoting healthy soils. Starting out with the NRCS (Natural Resource Conservation Services) to now serving as part of the Soil Health Academy that helps educate farmers and landowners on promoting healthy soils. This has been a long time coming to bring Ray into our Soil Health Serie…
 
This episode of Huntavore highlights Annie Weisz, author of Peak to Plate. Peak to Plate is a website all dedicated to things using wildgame. Annie began her adventure by being along side her mother in the kitchen. Developing a love and passion for food, even her day job has her looking at nutrition being a Dietitian. Annie has been surrounded by h…
 
As we have discussed before there are some great marketing schemes out there floating around the hunting industry, one of these being food plot seed. We aim to expose this week while talking with the folks at Stratton Seed Company, just how different are these seeds from one brand to another? It is very common to experience sales pitches regarding …
 
Bonus Episode! The crew wanted to get this episode out ASAP as morel mushrooms are popping up in the lower part of Michigan right now. These delicious mushroom nuggets show up every year and is something that can be fun to look for and a great way to get some outdoors time in with the family or friends. Lee shares how he has failed to find any whil…
 
This is the (self proclaimed) best turkey hunting story of all time! John and his long time best friend Stiles head to one of their old stomping grounds in the Texas panhandle to chase Rio Grande turkeys and end up getting way more than they bargained for. The last time these two turkey hunted together they were in high school, now they are grown a…
 
Chris and Shorty are joined by Bubba Allen of South Texas for this deep dive into hog hunting, dog breeding and damage control work in. Bubba Allen is a dedicated dog man that hunts the toughest hogs around. Ranchers, farmers, even golf course owners depend on Bubba and his pack to catch the out of control population and devastating masses of feral…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is joined by Kevin Vanderploeg of Michigan to discuss his process for scouting, locating, and hunting mature bucks. The guys talk about using trailcameras to identify how deer move through the terrain, locating the perfect treestand location, and the right access route. And, depending on the how fa…
 
When most get in to a discussion about hunting gear and equipment, we discuss products like camo, what weapon we use, tree stands, and boots. It's not very often we talk about accessories like screw in bow hangers, gun cases, and tree stand straps. However, some of these products plan a big role in a hunters day to day hunting routine and went some…
 
When most get in to a discussion about hunting gear and equipment, we discuss products like camo, what weapon we use, tree stands, and boots. It's not very often we talk about accessories like screw in bow hangers, gun cases, and tree stand straps. However, some of these products plan a big role in a hunters day to day hunting routine and went some…
 
It's spring time here in Iowa and beside those who are chasing gobbling toms, there's a different group of people scouring the country side looking for delicious edible mushrooms. On the phone with Dan is mushroom expert Mike Krebill of Southeast Iowa to discuss his passion in fungus. Mike explains the condition that are needed to grow mushrooms, w…
 
This week Marcus is joined by James Elledge. James is one of the owners of 2% Certified brand Duck Camp. The guys kick things off talking about where the idea for Duck Camp came from and the reasoning behind the name. James talks about how it was bringing a new camo brand to market and what goes into making a quality piece of gear. The team at Duck…
 
On this episode of the podcast we thought it would be a great idea for all of us to go through our gear and our 2020 season to discuss what worked well for us, but more importantly what in our gear we need to change before 2021. Summer can always be a busy time for most folks and fall creeps up fast. So before we get too far into our flip flops and…
 
In this episode, Todd talks about some of the experiences he's had starting up bowhunting again more recently. Much of the knowledge he's gained over the years tracking fed right into his archery strategy, and he was able to tag a nice buck. It wasn't without its own set of challenges however. Notably, Todd talked about how hunting pressure from gu…
 
You must never stop sharpening your skills when it comes to hunting any critter in the woods. The sport of hunting has a way of humbling even the most seasoned hunters, so being a student of the game should never quit. This week we're talking with Joey Bell of Tennessee to discuss 9 lessons that we have learned from the 2021 turkey season. It's not…
 
This week Marcus is joined by James Elledge. James is one of the owners of 2% Certified brand Duck Camp. The guys kick things off talking about where the idea for Duck Camp came from and the reasoning behind the name. James talks about how it was bringing a new camo brand to market and what goes into making a quality piece of gear. The team at Duck…
 
This week on the show our resident wildlife biologist (Jeff) talks about cloning a black-footed ferret and what that means for the future of conservation. The black-footed ferret was thought to be extinct from the wild until a small remaining population was discovered. Scientists were then able to clone a female black-footed ferret using frozen DNA…
 
For this week’s Backcountry Rookies podcast I am going to share an episode of the Western Contours podcast. I was asked to be a guest on the Archery Roundtable show that Western Contours hosted, and I wanted to share it on the Backcountry Rookies Channel. The group talked about a wide variety of archery topics from what works and doesn’t work for u…
 
On this "Hunter Profile" episode, Dan Dan is joined by Garrick Pelletier to talk about growing up hunting in the New England states. Garrick explains that hunting pressure was just something you had to deal with from the start, and when he traveled south to North Carolina while in the military, it became easier. The guys get in to a conversation ab…
 
For this week’s Backcountry Rookies podcast I am going to share an episode of the Western Contours podcast. I was asked to be a guest on the Archery Roundtable show that Western Contours hosted, and I wanted to share it on the Backcountry Rookies Channel. The group talked about a wide variety of archery topics from what works and doesn’t work for u…
 
Sam brings back Clayton Marxer, the Adventure Cowboy, to introduce The Wild Initiative’s 200th episode. In this episode, Sam and Clayton reminisce about the trials and tribulations of Sam’s 2017 elk hunt. Sam then shares the audio files he recorded at the end of each day, sharing the raw details of what’s going on in his mind throughout the whole p…
 
On this week's podcast you will hear from our special guest Nate Robinson of Winchester Ammunition. Nate is a dear friend of Land & Legacy and has a deep understanding of the science behind quality ammunition. On top of this, he has a passion for turkey hunting, so he was the perfect guest to chat about the innovative Longbeard XR turkey load. For …
 
As a follow up to the last episode, CJ talks with John Mayrose of Backwoods Redemption to talk about how he has found success this year so far in the turkey woods. John tells the stories of his three birds, and the tactics he used for each bird in order to be successful, along with a little luck. John is a busy guy between school, work, hunting, Ba…
 
For years we have missed understood the meaning and definition of the term convicitions. We commonly think of the criminal activity surrounding the definition, however, it has meaning regarding how someone feels convinced about certain truthful information. So on this week, we share our convictions about land management. Our goal is to share truthf…
 
This week we welcome back our co host Andy as he and Nate sit down with archer Leann Drake. Leann is a 15 year old small town Missouri kid doing some big things in the competitive archery world. We talk with her about how she got into archery, her transition to shooting left handed, her ultimate goal of making Team USA, and much more. Leann is trul…
 
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