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Join the cast of Primos TRUTH About Hunting as we dive into tips, tricks, and experiences from the woods! This podcast is 100% Fun, and 100% Fair chase! We’ll talk Deer, Turkey, Waterfowl, Elk, predators and everything in between! Just like the TV show, we’ll share it like it is: the hits, the misses, the laughs and the love of the hunt. This ain’t Hollywood! It’s the Truth!
 
Welcome to Fist Full of Dirt, the official podcast of Mossy Oak Properties hosted by Ronnie "Cuz" Strickland. Whether you own a small farm, lease land or just love hangin' in your backyard.. we’re all about the outdoor lifestyle and how to get the most from your time in God’s great Outdoors.
 
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Jimmy Primos is no stranger to a bull elk. He's been doing it ever since the Primos team started getting into elk hunting. However, up until this past September, he had never elk hunted with archery equipment. For those of you out there that have tried your hand at bow hunting elk before, you know it's no easy task. Well, imagine trying it for the …
 
Ann Patchett joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “The Proxy Marriage,” by Maile Meloy, which was published in The New Yorker in 2012. Patchett is the author of eight novels, including “Commonwealth” and “The Dutch House,” which was a finalist for last year’s Pulitzer Prize.By WNYC Studios and The New Yorker
 
Brent Henderson is the author of the newly released book, The Roar Within, which is a book that confidently charges at the subject of Men finding their purpose. Through his vast amount of experiences in the outdoors and just life in general, Brent has become a very credible source of knowledge on the many of the struggles men face today. This week,…
 
A split second - that’s all it takes. One decision made while rushing in the woods could have been life altering for this week’s guest on A Fist Full of Dirt podcast. Luckily, his best friend and work mate for the day was also an EMT who knew all the right things to do. Hear this close call first hand and gain some solid in-the-field first aid tips…
 
We traveled up to Starkville, Mississippi to have a conversation with Brad Cumbest and Houston Harding, who are both members of the Mississippi State baseball team. With the win of the 2021 college world series only a few days old, we wanted to get a first take from these guys what the whole experience was like. As luck would have it, both of them …
 
Last week Lake, Jordan, and Brad had an encounter with a timber rattlesnake in the middle of the woods. the situation resulted in a quick iPhone video of the snake and the guys explaining that they don't kill snakes when they stumble up on them in the woods. After sharing this on our social media, we stirred up an unintentional firestorm of comment…
 
Have you ever heard the term 40 acres and a mule? Well, this is close! Katie Chandler of Twenty Acres Farm made her family’s dream come true on 20 acres. Katie’s place is profitable, organic and it’s helping her raise her children outside with character, values and work ethic. Hear what her secret sauce is this week on Fist Full of Dirt!…
 
Chip Henderson is the senior pastor of Pinelake church, an avid bowhunter, and most importantly, a father. He shares the story of his son, Regan, killing an absolutely giant buck with his bow. Most importantly, he shares how Regan's journey to becoming a bow hunter began, and the significance it had in their relationship as father and son.…
 
We decided to revisit one of our most popular podcast topics from last year! This whole episode is based around the funniest and craziest things that happen within the Primos Hunting crew that you've never heard about before. One thing is for sure, you won't be short a laugh! This is Embarrassment: Part 2! What we want from you is for you to send u…
 
It’s Tuesday in the Camo Cave and we’ve got Jason Hollis of Hollis Farms joining us on Fist Full of Dirt this week. Jason is talking all things *outside*. He manages 2 large tracts of land and he’s got some great ideas on habitat for whitetail deer and wild turkeys. This old boy is country as a chicken coop but his gamekeeper skills are solid!!…
 
Dr. Marcus Lashley is a wildlife biologist and ecologist, that has done extensive work dealing with wildlife management, wildlife conservation, conservation biology, disturbance ecology, and much more. In this episode we focus on the practice of trapping and habitat improvement, and how both correlate with wildlife management.…
 
Ben Okri joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “The Rescue Will Begin in Its Own Time,” four short fiction pieces by Franz Kafka, translated from the German by Michael Hofmann, which were published in The New Yorker in June of 2020. Okri is the author of two dozen books of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, including the novels “The Famished Roa…
 
Corn in the ground and deer on our brains.. join us for Part II this week with Dr. Bronson Strickland, co- director of the Mississippi State University Deer Lab. We are continuing our conversation about summer food plots and what the average hunter can do to improve habitat on their club or lease to attract more whitetails.…
 
We’re switching gears this week in the camo cave. Join us for Part I of a two part series with Dr. Bronson Strickland, co- director of the Mississippi State University Deer Lab. We are talking summer food plots and what the average hunter can do to improve habitat on their club or lease to attract more whitetails. It’s good stuff!…
 
This episode is bittersweet. We discuss the ending of the Mississippi turkeys season, as well as our latest trip to Iowa. The midwest has becoming a team favorite in the past few years. The amount of turkeys we're able to see and hear is nothing short of remarkable. This year's trip came with a little bit of twist, with Jordan drawing a muzzleloadi…
 
This Tuesday is Tractor Tuesday on Fist Full of Dirt podcast. We have Dusty Jourdan in the camo cave! Dusty has been selling tractors (new and used) for years in north Mississippi and I hit him with dozens of questions. He’s really up to speed on what’s new, what’s best, and great tips on used equipment. Thank you for tuning in!…
 
This episode contains a turkey tale that took place this very morning, with Brad and Jordan. We also cover the hunting action from Kudzu Bluff last week, and pick apart the factors that made each hunt work. We talk specifically about the dangers of yelping to a turkey that's within eyesight. Lastly, we talk about our plans for heading west, and our…
 
We are joined in the first part of this podcast by John Cassimus, who is attempting to break the world record for the fastest grand slam, and he is doing it all in name of raising money and awareness for the NWTF. Needless to say, we're eager to follow along with how he does in this crazy adventure. Troy and I go into a long discussion afterwards a…
 
Fewer things in this world are known to make a turkey hunters' skin crawl worse than the thought of missing a turkey. If the thought of that scares you, just imagine missing two, in back-to-back days. In this episode we hear the sad, but funny story of how I managed to do all of this missing. Despite the subpar marksmanship, there are still a few t…
 
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