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Elevate Your Hunting. Wild Game. Cooking. Ethics. Conservation. Philosophy. Controversy. Education. This isn't an ordinary podcast on hunting. Conversations here center on the peripherals of hunting. If you've thought about they "why" behind your hunting, this is for you. Hosted by Everett Headley. He is an outdoor educator who grew up hunting and fishing in Montana. His travels around the country take him into unique places. Hunting is a lifestyle and lifelong pursuit. "I want to have an at ...
 
We are Texas-born hunting buddies that want to share our personal hunting adventures, learning's from the field, the knowledge-base info we have collected for over 10 years of hunting in both private and public lands around Texas. Our goal is to provide you with exciting, often funny, informative info and stories that can help save you time/money preparing for your next hunt.
 
Without abundant access to private property, Dennis Loosier and Billy Campbell spent the majority of their early hunting years learning the ins and outs of East Texas’ public duck hunting opportunities, experiencing success through increased scouting and studying migratory birds. Currently the two travel a multi-state area attempting to find success with what is now a growing, hungry public hunting population. Loosier and Campbell understand the value of the outdoors and are thankful for the ...
 
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DU Podcast host, Katie Burke, chats with renowned decoy carver, Cameron McIntyre about how his early love of nature and waterfowl and how both have informed his life as an artist and carver. McIntyre describes the years of hard work, trial and error that led him to be the skilled carver he is today. He also talks about the influence of the carvers …
 
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE! Our partner's links can be found at www.gu…
 
Phil Bourjaily, Ducks Unlimited magazine shotgunning columnist, joins host Chris Jennings to discuss shotgunning techniques for waterfowl hunters. Bourjaily explains the processes and importance of making sure your hands and eyes are working together to find and remain on a target. The two also get into the details of one of the most difficult shot…
 
@thefowlhunter and @dr_duck sith down this week with @matt_garger who was kind (and brave) enough to come hang out and video our waterfowl hunting this season. We discuss the ups and downs of the season, his experience and our journey. Follow the Dr Duck journey all season by subscribing here, watching the Federal Black Cloud YouTube channel and fo…
 
This week we cover all of the different species of western Quail! Dominic Bachman of Bachman Bay Kennels takes the time to really educate us on each individual species: California, Mountain, Gambels, Mearns, and Scale. Where their located, the cover they prefer, how to hunt them, and even how they behave for your dog! This is a one stop shop for an…
 
Kevin Kraai, Texas Parks and Wildlife waterfowl program leader, joins host Chris Jennings to discuss the most recent waterfowl survey. The 2022 survey showed impressive numbers in several parts of the state. Kraai discusses specific species and why some areas in Texas were holding strong numbers of ducks and other were not.…
 
Its Been 2 Years Since the gang shared "The Podcast Waves" together. Kyle & Cody are back at It! ........but wait No Tasha? what happen? But Today we chat About Pokemon Unite , Youtuber Plane Crash ,Book of Boba and recap some UN-Finished Stories From Before The Pandy. like a Quick Re-cap yeah Know ....cus we "Not Another White Dude Podcast".... St…
 
Tyler Parks Region 2 Wolf-Carnivore Specialist for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. He grew up in the Bitterroot Valley and early on found a passion for Montana's wild places and wildlife. In 2009 he graduated from the University of Montana with a B.S. in Wildlife Biology. Tyler has studied and worked on projects including snowshoe hares, bobcats,…
 
Lt. John Nores, Jr. (Retired) from California Department of Fish and Wildlife discusses his most recent book, Hidden War: How Special Operations Game Wardens are reclaiming America’s wildlands from drug cartels. Nores shares stories from the book about tactics and cleanup of illegal grow operations, and how these operations contaminate water supply…
 
This week we are recording from our homes as we have all ben dealing with the Covid Sickness. We discuss what its like being stuck inside and get into our own little fight while talking about the MeatEater podcast where Matt and Steve get into a good old fashion family fight!! Make sure to follow us on social media @ StormWaterCreek Also please sub…
 
Lt. John Nores, Jr. (Retired) from California Department of Fish and Wildlife discusses his most recent book, Hidden War: How Special Operations Game Wardens are reclaiming America’s wildlands from drug cartels. Nores talks about issues with water, wildlife, and how California game wardens dealt with an attack on public and private lands, and how t…
 
Eddie Nickens, contributing editor of Ducks Unlimited magazine, and his son Jack, join host Chris Jennings in studio to discuss their travels over the years. The two were visiting National Headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee on their way to an Arkansas duck hunt. Eddie and Jack explained how they built bonds through the outdoors and how things have …
 
Mel Leuck joins us to talk all about Chukar hunting with her Pointers. She really breaks down all the details anyone might be curious about when first starting to chase Chukar. A lot of ground covered in this one from getting you and your dogs ready for the hunt, some tactics on how to hunt, as well as her preferred gear. www.gundogityourself.com w…
 
As eastern mallards declined in the early 2000s, waterfowl managers developed a new approach for setting duck harvest frameworks in the Atlantic Flyway. Termed “multi-stock management,” this approach steps away from mallards and relies on 4 species that better capture harvest opportunities for eastern hunters. Dr. Min Huang and Dr. Pat Devers rejoi…
 
Ally Marshall has been a licensed falconer since 2006 and has flown multiple species and styles of falconry, from micro-hawking with kestrels, merlins, and sharp-shinned hawks to hunting rabbits with red-tailed and Harris' hawks, to hunting versatile quarry with goshawks and Cooper's hawks. She is the current president of the Montana Falconers' Ass…
 
In the late 1990s, waterfowl harvest managers in the Atlantic Flyway began exploring new approaches to tie harvest regulations for their states to eastern mallards and other duck populations that were the primary source of Atlantic Flyway harvest. Dr. Min Huang, Connecticut Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection, and Dr. Pat Devers, USFWS, jo…
 
GDIY Profiles are bonus episodes that feature your average DIY dog trainer and hunter. All dog owners have a story of what got them involved and the main lessons learned along the way. Hearing numerous people’s stories along with their mistakes, helps promote the idea that WE ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE! Our partner's links can be found at www.gu…
 
Kelli Lutz began her wilderness medicine career with wilderness first aid elective in college. She quickly changed her degree and now uses her Wilderness EMT to instruct others and provide medical coverage to wilderness movie sets. She has guided whitewater rafting, backpacking and ice cave glacier tours in Alaska. She currently teaches for Aerie B…
 
In this inaugural episode of our Fact or Fiction series, hosts Chris Jennings and Dr. Mike Brasher give the straight talk on three questions brought to us by our listeners. How much of DU's work occurs on public vs. private land, do you have to register for HIP separately in each state in which you hunt, and does DU provide corn for managed impound…
 
Jim Burris joins us this week to discuss probably the most under appreciated upland species to hunt. What exactly are Snipe and Rail? Where can they be found? Are they enjoyable to hunt and work with your dog? How do they taste? I try to milk Jim for as much information as I can considering you dont hear much about it. Let us know if youll be chasi…
 
In this concluding episode, Dr. Chris Nicolai, waterfowl scientist for Delta Waterfowl, explains neck collars, web tags, nasal saddles, geolocators, transmitters, GPS units, and more. How are they used, how have they evolved, and how are scientists using them to learn more than ever about movements, migrations, and behaviors of waterfowl across Nor…
 
Jeff Darrah is a retired game warden and Executive Director of MT Sportsmen for Wildlife. In his nearly thirty years of patrolling Montana he has seen dramatic shifts in hunting’s culture. He continues to help mentor the next generation of hunters as an instructor at many events throughout the state. In this episode we cover: Topics Discussed: What…
 
Host Katie Burke is joined by wildlife artist, Adam Grimm. Adam is a two-time Federal Duck Stamp winner and two-time DU Artist-of-the-Year. In this conversation, Adam goes into detail discussing his journey to become a professional wildlife artist, particularly, how his love of art and the outdoors came together to in his professional career. The t…
 
An old friend (in more ways than one) joins Harold and I to discuss a bunch of different topics at the tailgate after an enjoyable TN Grouse hunt. We discuss the everchanging landscape in terms of habitat and grouse/quail numbers throughout his MANY years chasing these birds with his Setters. We also cover some tailgate biology, hunt stories, and a…
 
Erin O’Regan White of Missoula Wine Merchants helps us know how to pair your huckleberry-glazed elk tenderloin or what you should pour when serving roasted squirrel. Erin is an oenophile and adult-onset hunter who has introduced her two young sons to hunting. Topics discussed: Where to start with wine? How does wine enhance the taste? What are the …
 
Dr. Chris Nicolai, waterfowl scientist for Delta Waterfowl, rejoins Dr. Mike Brasher for a “bird nerd” discussion about waterfowl banding. This episode covers everything from the basics of what it is and when it happens to more detailed coverage of reward bands, survival estimation, calculating population size using the “Lincoln-Petersen” method, a…
 
Mike McTee starting off the Venery and Veritas Podcast discussing lead-free ammunition. Mike's research and passion for helping FELLOW hunters learn more comes through clearly. Look for his book on golden eagle research, Wilted Wings, later this year. We appreciate your comments below and your reviews on your favorite platform. You can find more of…
 
An alternative recipe for your harvested ‘fowl, the DU Podcast and Dr. J.-M. DeVink bring you a French-inspired dish that pairs well with red wine and a blustery winter day – Acadian duck pie. Perfect for any species of waterfowl or wild game, including those considered less than stellar table fare, J.-M. steps through the recipe and provides educa…
 
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