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Best Traditional Bowhunter podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Traditional Bowhunter podcasts we could find
Updated August 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.
 
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Nick Siebrasse was born, raised and lives in Havre Montana. He is a family man and truly a jack of all trades! On the podcast we talk about his childhood, rodeoing and traditional archery. Also we dive deep and talk about his relationship with his wife and family and we also talk a little bit of life philosophy! I hope you enjoy the show! Follow Ni…
 
If you've been a bowhunter for a decent amount of time, you've likely encountered a situation where you put a less than perfect shot on an animal. Many of us have not recovered an animal due to poor penetration or a mechanical Broadhead malfunction. In this industry, you will likely be told that the best way to kill a deer with archery equipment is…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan and Bob break down their recent scouting missions, discuss trail camera intel, and season strategy. Bob kicks off the episode by walking us through a recent scouting and season prep mission to Iowa where he was able to hang some treestands and gain permission to more hunting property. Dan chimes in…
 
After my episode with Troy Pottenger last month we decided to do another one with fellow mountain whitetail killer Nathan Killen who hails from the mountains of Virginia. It is a great conversation between two obsessed deer hunters comparing tactics on opposing ends of the country. Brought to you by; Blackwidow Bows Sponsors; The Footed Shaft Kifar…
 
It's a sad day when we have to wrap up our 3 part conversation with Mr. Bobby Worthington, as well as our summer series "Local Legends". However, it has been so much fun to bring to you what we believe to be some of the best hunting podcasts that live in podcast land. In this, part 3, Bobby caps off his 3 keys to success for killing mature whitetai…
 
For those of us who have been hunting for a long time, we may not even think of the basic hunting strategy that kicked off our hunting careers. On this episode of the Iowa Sportsman, Dan is once again joined Tom Peplinski to discuss the basics of deer hunting. The guys discuss simple hunting tactics such as how to play the wind, how to identify dee…
 
If you have found success in the whitetail woods over the years you may have had that "Ah-Ha" moment where everything just clicked. On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan chats with Al Farah of Western Pennsylvania about his journey to becoming a mobile hunter and how a full parking lot led him to trying a new bowhunting strategy. Nine …
 
We're kicking off the month of August, and the BHOD team is busy with food plot prep and summer scouting for hit list bucks in the beans. In this episode, Justin and his son wrap up food plot chores on one of his leases with mowing clover, planting fall blends, and talking strategy for ground blind and treestand changes for the coming season. Check…
 
In today's episode I'm tackling some of the more common questions that have been coming through with the season right around the corner. Some are mobile gear related, but many are also archery related. Quite a few people are adjusting their arrow set ups and recipes in an effort to achieve better penetration. While some are working through the proc…
 
On today's episode Marcus is joined by Chris Henry of Bend, Oregon. While recovering from a serious motorcycle accident, on a whim, Chris and a buddy decide they are going to try their hand at turkey hunting; 8 years later and Chris has completely immersed himself into conservation and the outdoors. Chris has an immense amount of passion for leavin…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan has Mark Kenyon on to break down some current events and discuss their backcountry meal plan. To kick off the episode, the guys discuss their love for the west as they both recently returned from the respective vacations. The first 40 minutes focuses on the Pope & Young Club making an announcement …
 
The boys are back together! Co-host Dustin, and Public Land Warrior, Brock join Nick for a summer catch up. They talk about archery set up and summer projects getting ready for the fast upcoming Whitetail season in Michigan. Nick is sticking with his setup from last year that proved to be very effective. “If it ain't broke, don’t fix it”. Brock add…
 
On this week's episode, Nate, Micah, and our guest host Russell Ryun make a trip down to Nixa, MO and sit down with Black Widow Bows to talk about traditional bows. Toby and Myles Essick break down how people who might be interested in traditional archery should look into it. We discuss topics like a good average draw weight, the differences betwee…
 
During this week's podcast, Matt and Frank discuss one of the largest and overlooked fundamental aspects of land management, location! Your specific region matters. The east is not the west and the north is not the south. Despite bobwhite quail living in all of these regions and despite it being the same animal you are managing for, the management …
 
Are you ready for fall like we are? Ready or not here it comes. During this week's podcast we discuss how fall food plots actually work. We start at the basis with the understanding of how seeds germinate. Germination of seeds starts when adequate moisture is available, yet, most food plots start off with a practice of removing all the soil moistur…
 
In this week's episode of Bowhunt or Die, Chad Gillaspie is on the heels of a monster buck in Kentucky. It's a buck that rarely showed itself last year, but blew up and has been a frequent visitor at his Stealth Cams this summer. With the season approaching soon, hopefully he can connect with the buck before it goes "rut crazy" and leaves the area.…
 
It has been a long week for some of us, just waiting for part 2 of our conversation with Bobby Worthington. In part 1, Bobby shared with us the three things that he believes are the most important to killing a mature buck: 1) Hunt him during the rut. 2) Finding the perfect tree. 3) Persistence. He went into depth about how to effectively hunt your …
 
On this week's episode Marcus sits down with Cindy Stites of Indiana. Cindy started on her journey into conservation eight years ago and hasn't looked back. Cindy spends a lot of time with national organizations, but more importantly is giving back at a local level with 4H shooting sports and as a hunter education instructor. The difference that Ci…
 
On this episode we're talking land management with Matt Dye and Adam Keith from Land & Legacy. Matt and Adam are land management consultants and we start out this podcast by walking a piece of property with them in the Ozarks to get a glimpse of what a consultation would look like. These guys have a wealth of knowledge about both native and non-nat…
 
This week on the show we discuss The Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act (more commonly known as the Pittman-Robertson act). Due to some of the grocery store shortages recently, there might be people deciding to get into hunting or people getting back into hunting. Because of that, we thought it would be a good time to dive into the details of …
 
We would be hypocritical if we didn't implement cooperatives in our region. These cooperatives are wide ranging in the structure, some will be very organized while others will be fresh and new. However, the important thing is they will be started and communication can begin between landowners. This week we have two interviews during the podcast, on…
 
Here it is! Finally the wait is over, after a few years of development, Hunter Pruitt the founder of the National Wildlife Cooperative is ready to release his baby. We are thrilled to be a part of the launch of this project. If you are a landowner or lease ground, turn your ears all the way up, this podcast and organization is for you. Research str…
 
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