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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.
 
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.
 
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This week on the Ohio Huntsman Podcast we had an old fashion BS session. Conversations like these are what gave us the idea to start this whole thing. We love the outdoors and spend a lot of time talking about it, so we decided to record it and share it with you. We covered a wide range of things from a tip on mounting European skull mounts all the…
 
This week on the Ohio Huntsman Podcast we had an old fashion BS session. Conversations like these are what gave us the idea to start this whole thing. We love the outdoors and spend a lot of time talking about it, so we decided to record it and share it with you. We covered a wide range of things from a tip on mounting European skull mounts all the…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is joined by Shawn Polke to discuss hunting on the east coast, digital scouting, and out of state hunts. Shawn talks about how he grew up in a family full of gun hunters, but as he finished up college and his dad started to expand his hunting footprint, Shawn started his deep dive in to hunting. Ha…
 
Food plots truly have been revolutionary in the world of whitetail hunting. Information on how, what, where, and when to plant has flooded the internet and magazines to the point where it can be extremely difficult navigating through good vs. bad information. It is a common misconception that there is a “one size fits all” food plot program. Food p…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan is joined by Shawn Polke of Virginia for a B.S. Session all about the hunting gear they use. They guys cover a variety of products they use throughout the season some they are brand loyal to, and some they are not. The discuss bows, arrow rests, camo, sights, targets, and much more. This is a light h…
 
This week on the Southern Ground Hunting podcast, we're joined by Walter Lee of Chasing Tales Outdoors. We're going to take a break from our normal tactic talk to have a fun story telling episode. Now we're not talking about your regular run of the mill hunting stories, we're talking weird, bizarre, craziest things we've seen in the whitetail woods…
 
On this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett talks to Sam Shaffer, owner and operator of Titanium Archery products, to talk bow stabilization. After the background discussion, they first dive into vibration suppression and noise, which is a really interesting topic when it comes to deer hunting and one which deserves more research. Then th…
 
This week on the podcast Marcus is joined by Seth Spears. Seth is the Founder and CEO of 2% Certified ReWild Gear. The guys kick things off with Seth's experience in the outdoors as a youth and how that evolved over time to becoming a hunter in his early 20s and how he's been able to share those experiences with both his sons and his father. Seth t…
 
On this episode of the How To Hunt Deer podcast, the guys talk about how to properly scout deer habitat to find places to actually hunt. The guys discuss the bedding to food source pattern that deer go through on a daily basis, how deer use their senses, identifying deer sign, and putting all of these pieces together to put yourself in the best tre…
 
This week Chad has on, master taxidermist, Paul Gallegos of Imperial Taxidermy in New Mexico. Paul covers a lot of great information about taxidermy in this show from the field care of a cape to tanning hides, to how to find a quality taxidermist. Paul talks about some of the mounts he has done over the years and the one that is on his bucket list.…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan brings in seasoned bowhunter Bryan Broderick to to help him decide whether to hunt elk or mule deer in September. Dan did not draw a Wyoming elk tag this year so he has an opening in September and is debating where to go. Bryan has several years of experience in the field hunting both mule deer and…
 
During this podcast, we cover the exciting discussions revolving around our fall food plot strategies. We have several new plots to discuss how they will be converted from fescue pastures into diverse fall food plots. In addition, you will hear how we intend to use food in relation to known bedding locations to entice certain predictable travel pat…
 
Have you ever wondered how by cutting and removing trees that you actually improve the overall forest? Well, you're about to find out during this podcast. The Whistling Woodlands project just turned up the heat on a timber management project as reinforcements were called in. The loggers just arrived to completely change the future of this property.…
 
On the Missouri Woods & Water lineup this week, the guys sit down and talk about time management. Everybody has something that they have to juggle around their desire to go out and hunt, fish, hike, etc. Nate, Micah, and Andy talk about their lives and how they balance work, family, and play to make sure all their responsibilities are taken care of…
 
On this episode of Huntavore, we take a culinary deep dive on a topic of wanting to get the most flavor bang from their wildgame or anything really can do. Nick unpacks the flavor profile umami as best he can. What is it? How do we taste umami? And most importantly, how can you use it on your food? Nick goes into detail about the process of making …
 
On episode 32 of the Oklahoma Outdoors podcast we go all over the map. John covers some questions that have been piling up from listeners such as where to find hogs during the summer, and how do you prevent ticks? John has plenty of random topics of his own though like dove hunting, when Oklahoman's should plant food plots compared to the midwest, …
 
With anything in life, it is extremely important to have a goal and a well thought out plan to achieve that goal. Many times a goal can seem overwhelming. You may not know where to start. On this episode Isaiah Bross joins Tom and Lee to discuss how to achieve your goals in your outdoor pursuits. Whether you want to get into hunting and fishing for…
 
We are back with another exciting bruiser buck story on this week’s episode. Tune in as Brendan Fink shares with us a bazar journey of punching a tag on an absolute stud during the 2020 PA archery season. If you are an archery hunter, you know that practicing with your equipment is vital to being successful. Even the most prepared hunters can be co…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is joined by outdoor writer and entrepreneur Jason Reid for a good old fashion BS Session. Jason starts off the conversation by sharing how he became an outdoor writer and and content creator when he was only 19 years old. Now 29, he also talks about how how content creating for the outdoor industr…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan is joined by Sportsmen's Nation contributor Parker McDonald of the Southern Ground Hunting Podcast. The guys get in to a short discussion about specific pieces of hunting gear that they feel impact their hunting style the most and what they would do if those pieces of gear were removed from their hun…
 
Thanks for listening to the Southern Ground Hunting series, Local Legends. This week's legend is none other than Jeremy Aron of the "Do It Yourself Hunter". Jeremy hails from the great state of Mississippi and is no stranger to big public land bucks. As a matter of fact, you may have seen him on the outdoor channel years ago or even on his YouTube …
 
This week on the podcast, Marcus is joined by a team of guys on the ground in southwest Montana working on a project to help a pronghorn migration corridor become more accessible for not only pronghorn, but other species as well. The group talks about what the goal of the project is over the next three years along with a lot of the challenges that …
 
This week on the show we discuss a new program being offered by the ODNR to provide access to private lands that have been enrolled in the program. The Ohio Landowner/Hunter Access Partnership program (OLHAP) is being funded through Federal monies awarded to the state through the 2018 Farm Bill. Landowners are compensated based on average enrolled …
 
This episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles is a listener Q&A session where you asked the questions and I give my opinions and do my best to answer them. A majority of the questions revolve around hunting strategy topics like treestand locations, whether to hunt bedding areas, staging areas, or pinch points and so on. There we also several questions…
 
This week Chad provides an update on how the Backcountry Rookies have been staying busy in the offseason and what the guys are looking forward to. He talks about tags that have been drawn from antelope to deer to elk, prepping for the season and busy life. He also answers some listener and Instagram follower questions related to gear upgrades, mule…
 
On this episode of the How To Hunt Deer podcast, we talk about how to identify deer sign. We dive deep in to the indicators that deer leave behind to let you know that they have been there. Deer trails, hoof prints, deer poop, deer beds, what they eat, and social signs like rubs and scrapes are all topics of discussions on this weeks episodes. As y…
 
This week on the show we discuss a new program being offered by the ODNR to provide access to private lands that have been enrolled in the program. The Ohio Landowner/Hunter Access Partnership program (OLHAP) is being funded through Federal monies awarded to the state through the 2018 Farm Bill. Landowners are compensated based on average enrolled …
 
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