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Best Sportsmen S Nation podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Sportsmen S Nation podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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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
 
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On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan and Bob inter view Mark Wenberg, the Director of Product Development at Trophy Taker at the 2020 ATA Show. The guys discuss their product line of bow rests, broadheads and other accessories as well as the difference between limb driven and cable driven drop away rests. Hunting Gear Podcast is Powered…
 
Today I’m joined by Kristin Cannon of Colorado Parks and Wildlife to talk about laws and regulations revolving around big game hunting in Colorado. Kristin has worked for the agency for many years and gives us a background of how she got started in the field of biology and wildlife enforcement. With the big game application period opening up in Mar…
 
Today I’m joined by Kristin Cannon of Colorado Parks and Wildlife to talk about laws and regulations revolving around big game hunting in Colorado. Kristin has worked for the agency for many years and gives us a background of how she got started in the field of biology and wildlife enforcement. With the big game application period opening up in Mar…
 
This week Clay is in western North Carolina sitting with some lifelong Appalachian bear houndsmen. Ira Jones, Roy Clark and Ronnie Bateman sit down for a candid discussion about breeding bear hounds and how relationships have helped them build their pack. These guys are all Plott men and used their alliance to build better dogs than they could have…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with Jared Larsen of OnX about the birth of the company, its evolution, and the apps functionality. Jared explains how the need to know property boundaries and land owner information along with GPS units led to the birth of the business Jared then talks about how the company evolves on an alm…
 
Chad talks with Travis Greenwood and Scott Daniels from Team Bad Decision about their 2019 hunting season and what is coming up for 2020. They accomplished a lot and have even more planned for this year. You might remember these guys from a show we did together a year ago when Travis released his book titled “An Evolutionary Tale In Backcountry Hun…
 
We did a small game changes Q&A session with the ODNR. We had Brian Banbury from the ODNR Division of Wildlife on to give us some insights about why the current proposals were made and to get answers to all the questions you all have been asking us. Topics covered include... - Why they are proposing to extend the spring turkey season. - Why they ar…
 
This week, we sit down with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commissioner to discuss the direction of wildlife and landscape management in the state. We were encourage to hear of the direction this new commissioner was taking the department. Arkansas is an extremely diverse state offering flooded bottomland, prairies, agriculture land, woodlands and sava…
 
Last week we spoke with the man who was in charge of the restocking efforts of the the wild turkey across North America. This week, we sit down with two biologists Mike Chamberlin and Brett Collier to discuss wild turkey numbers and why they are plateauing or even dropping. Wild turkey reproduction is a complicated matter, but as we find out today,…
 
One of outdoor television's most energetic and known personalities, Kip Campbell of Red Arrow, has fought back from a multi year battle with Lyme Disease to land back among the most active, seen, and laughed with hosts in the industry. The road to return however, was long and tumultuous. He detailed how proper diagnosis saved his life, and made a r…
 
Forces are in motion to end the houndsman lifestyle. Tethering bills, animal competition bills, outright assaults on the freedom to pursue game with a hound are flooding the social media sites. Chris sits down for an interview with Gene Hopkins, President of the Indiana Sportsman’s Roundtable, to discuss what it really takes to be effective as an o…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan and Bob talk with Mark Wenberg of Dead Down Wind about their product line. If you have been hunting for any amount of time you will probably recognize the Dead Down Wind brand on a shelf anywhere that sells hunting gear. Mark talks to us about their line up of scent elimination products, cover scents…
 
On this episode of the Iowa Sportsman podcast, Dan talks about how he gains permission to hunt on private property. Dan discusses how he researches the property and landowner before he contacts them, his appearance during the introduction, and his reaction if the landowner tells him no. Dan also talks about what his responsibilities are as a hunter…
 
This week on the Southern Ground Hunting Podcast, we're catching up with a couple of fellas who you may know. We're talking with Aaron Warbritton & Zach Ferenbaugh from The Hunting Public. If you follow their videos on YouTube, you already know that these guys are absolutely cranking out quality hunting content from public land across the US. Zach …
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan and Bob talk with Mark Wenberg of Dead Down Wind about their product line. If you have been hunting for any amount of time you will probably recognize the Dead Down Wind brand on a shelf anywhere that sells hunting gear. Mark talks to us about their line up of scent elimination products, cover scents…
 
When is the best time to spring bear hunt? Where do you go? What states have spring seasons? Can you eat spring bear meat? On this episode we discuss everything you'll need to know to get started spring bear hunting from the bear rut to when they emerge from their dens. Brent Reaves and Ryan Greb join Clay Newcomb at the Global Headquarters. These …
 
It's getting to be about time for spring scouting in many areas. It's one of those types of scouting that can pay big dividends, especially in certain areas. One thing you need to be aware of, however, is to focus in on things that you know will be relevant during the time you'll be hunting the area in the following fall. Fresh sign this time of ye…
 
This week Chad talks with Kyle Kamp from Valley To Peak Nutrition. Kyle is a good friend of the podcast and we always welcome his input on the show. Chad and Kyle talk about the new “Building A Successful Nutrition Plan” information guide that Kyle produced to help backcountry hunters plan and prepare for the hunt. Kyle is a hunter himself, so he a…
 
Have you ever wondered how long a Canadian Goose lives? Did you know that Ohio holds the record for the longest living banded goose? We discuss those topics as well as all things bird banding on this episode with Nathan Stricker from the ODNR. There's something in this one for folks that are new to waterfowl hunting as well as the experienced guys.…
 
Ever wondered how wild turkey populations became available in your neck of the woods? You may need to take a moment and thank this week's guest, James Earl Kennamar. This gentleman was at the helm of conservation and re-stocking efforts with his long term position at NWTF. James Earl was the spearhead of re-stocking and expanding the turkey populat…
 
During this podcast, we sit down with Steve Barlow of NWTF and associate Travis Rogers of Corteva. These two gentlemen represent large groups actively working to increase the conservation footprint around the country, but specifically within power line and gas right of ways. These clearings transect large blocks of timber and offer great opportunit…
 
In part 2, Roy Clark goes into detail about his breeding and some of best dogs. The also describe in detail the way they hunt bears in East Tennessee and why it takes a dedicated group. Roy tells some great bear hunting stories and the Laurel Mountain Bear Hunters tell what Roy means to them and the roll he's played in their life. Bear Hunting Maga…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with Matt Branch about growing up hunting in Louisiana and coping with a tragic hunting accident. Matt talks about how his father was his main mentor growing up and how excited he got when hunting season came around every year. As a former LSU football player, Matt tells us about having to ba…
 
Houndsman XP welcomes Mr. Van Johnson of Cortez, Colorado. Van, who served as a USDA-certified wildlife specialist, chats with Chris and Steve about his life’s journey as both houndsman and professional guide that spanned more than sixty years. He was an outfitter for forty years of that time. Van Johnson has written a book titled The Houndsman, th…
 
Nick took a Saturday to explore the Kalamazoo Traditional Archery Expo held each year in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Vendors, Boyers, Enthusiasts, and first timers all gather to share a piece of archery nuance, of simple stick and string. Being more of a collection of conversations, Nick found folks who hold different views about traditional archery; a sk…
 
This week we're talking with Jacob Emery, of "The Huntin' Grounds TV". Jacob is your every day average guy. Like a lot of us, he works hard to balance work & family life with his addiction to chasing big bucks any chance he gets. In episode 66, Jacob talks about his last two seasons where he capitalized on multiple public land bucks, including 3 Te…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan talks with Scott Cronin of Scholastic 3D Archery about introducing youth to archery and turning them to bowhunters. Scott discusses the impact archery in a team environment can have on the its participants and well as the ins and outs of the S3DA organization. Then Scott talks about how his goal is…
 
Today we are joined by Mike Mershon, a resident of Montana who hunts elk each fall in grizzly country. Since moving to Montana in the 90’s, Mike has grown up hunting among grizzly bears and even though it is second nature to him, he has had some pretty crazy experiences over the years. We talk in depth about his gear preparation against grizzlies w…
 
Today we are joined by Mike Mershon, a resident of Montana who hunts elk each fall in grizzly country. Since moving to Montana in the 90’s, Mike has grown up hunting among grizzly bears and even though it is second nature to him, he has had some pretty crazy experiences over the years. We talk in depth about his gear preparation against grizzlies w…
 
Roy Clark, now 71, was born in East Tennessee and has been bear hunting with hounds his whole life. “My grandpa and daddy, when they started out hunting, I’d get to go with them to the 12-Mile Strip. We didn’t have anything but a log truck, camping gear and dogs. We’d walk from there – no radios or nothing. It was tough to find bears that way.” Roy…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan and Bob talk with Keith Beam of Hunting Made Easy to discuss their line of hunting products. HME has just about every type of accessory a hunter could need. From knives and face paint to bow holders and ozone machines, Keith breads down the company and why any serious hunter should give their product…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan and Bob talk with Keith Beam of Hunting Made Easy to discuss their line of hunting products. HME has just about every type of accessory a hunter could need. From knives and face paint to bow holders and ozone machines, Keith breads down the company and why any serious hunter should give their product…
 
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