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An interview collective of famous and not so famous deer hunters from around the country. We explore the curious aspects of the hunt, individual skill sets and deer hunting styles. From Maine to Florida, the Mid-West to the West Coast, we explore hunting styles of each area. Tree stands, tracking in deep snow, spot and stalk, and saddle hunting we cover it. We also diverge into the realms of other hunter related issues like conservation, fitness, hunter health, deer herd issues wherever they may lead. Cast of Jay Scott Ammann, Dusty Phillips, and Jim Keller with the Deer News.
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299 Ted Bright - Slinging It

299 Ted Bright - Slinging It

2020-10-1501:14:161

This weeks show is an interview with Ted Bright. Ted is as you might expect a diehard deer hunter who likes prefers the a mobile hunt over a fixed stand. Ted uses a sling or harness to maneuver from tree to tree based on when and where he's finding active big buck sign. Ted is also an archer and seems to prefer this over anything. Something has "clicked" for Ted and says that he just seems to be in tune with finding hunting opportunity and capitalizing on those more than he's ever done before. We go over Ted's approach, hunts from previous years, shooting from muscle memory, and the techniques that he uses to identify a good spot to hunt and how to gain landowner permission. OUR SPONSORS: Mountain Deer Taxidermy, BIG BUCK MERCH   Here's What We Discuss: A Pats Fan in Missouri A Baseball Mentality South Eastern PA to MO Squirrel Hunting with Dad It's Not the Kill, Fills the Soul Understanding Deer, Peaked Interest in Archery JD Martinez Fixing His Swing, Ted Fixing His Shot Anticipatory Shots, Target Panic The Shoulder Blades Pro Shop Form, My Form was Awful A Few Minor Tweaks, and Mental Prep A Stressful Moment, Muscle Memory? John Eberhart, No Time to Think Mobile Hunter, Stealthy, Minimal Gaining Private Lands Permission A One Page Hunting Resume, Door to Door OnX May My Son and I Hunt Here Leave it Better Than We Found It Looking for Big Buck Sign Primarily, Or Move On Tracks Don't Lie False Negatives, Game Cameras Reading Sign A Saddle and a Good Pack What's In the Pack? A Stand is Uncomfortable No More Treestand Hunting, Saddle Only Reacquianted with Gravity Moving Ever So Slightly, Scanning the Woods Little Turkey Talk A Memorable Deer Hunt 10 Rapid Fire Questions Memorable Deer Hunt and 10 Rapid Fire Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click Here for Patreon Click Here for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Deer New Contributors - Daniel Applebaum, Tim Donze, Jon Guice Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
Anyone who has hunted mature bucks has a secret or two about how to hunt them.  Quite frankly, it's the foundation of this show. And then Doug Whitcomb said he'd figured something out.  I was all ears.  After all, he and a few people in his circle of hunters, were killing mature New Hampshire bucks almost yearly without tracking snow.  Not an easy task.   Doug shares how he goes about his secret for hunting mature NH bucks without snow in the episode. For Exclusive Content Visit Us Here: BBR Extras OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, Rackology, Mountain Deer Taxidermy, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 Here's What We Discuss: A NH Buck Killin Secret Carrying on a Legacy 13 NH Bucks over 200lbs Right Place, Right Time, But Right Guess Whitcomb Excavation Self Employed, and Deer Huntin COVID19 Outside Making Time to Hunt - Therapeutic Separating from the Pack Call In System A Good Ribbin Natural Turkey Calling, A Gift The Bird is the Judge An Experience, In Tune with Nature An Ethical Kill Open Ears, LISTEN Bumping a Big Buck, Not Killing Early Day Journal Entries, Notes, Successful or Not You Can Hunt Too Hard Change Up Your Timing Weather Mean Something, Meat in the Freezer Find the Sign, The Right Sign Big Bucks Move Differently Zero Patience, Walking at 300lbs What's Good Poop? Persistence, Keep Going 3 Different Looks 50-60 Acres, Big Buck Country Abutting Swamps, Food, Water Sight, Smell, Sound Fields Early Season Midseason - Fatty Deer Foods Turkey Eat Deer Poop Memorable Deer Hunt and 10 Rapid Fire Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click Here for Patreon Click Here for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Deer New Contributors - Daniel Applebaum, Tim Donze, Jon Guice Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
Despite being quarantined, I can't imagine any sportsman sitting at home doing nothing.  It's just not in our blood.  Let's face it, our playground is the great outdoors and we practice lots of social distancing without the restrictions of COVID-19.  But, there may be some other things we can do to stay in hunt-ready shape and we thought of nobody better to give us some at home fitness ideas to stay bow-ready than Brian Austin of Beast Mode Archery.    For Exclusive Content Visit Us Here: BBR Extras OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, Rackology, Mountain Deer Taxidermy, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 Here's What We Discuss: What Can We Do at Home During Covid-19 More Hunters, More Achers An Idea, Be Smart Archery Challenge Vortex Optics Challenge Beast Mode Endurance  Beast Mode Archery Games Get Fit with Brian Intro into Survival of the Fittest Nothing Fluffy Getting into Out West Shape An Interest in Bow Hunting Bear Archery, Bruce Pelkey Gun Vs Bow Hunt Workout, Practice Like You Play Using a Wide Variety of Tools A Box 15"-20" - Step Ups A Yeti Cooler, or a Steady Cooler 10 Litre Bag, No Handles Walking Lunges Overhead Lifts Burpees - Fav Throw Your Pack On, Go for a Hike A Variety of Exercises, with a Pack Close to the Season, Train with Exact Gear Shooting After Exercise Mimic Buck Fever Rush Your Shot on Purpose Competitive Archery Training Take the Workout Home Just Walk - Get Outside Simple Stupid Artery Disease, LAD, Blockage Start Small, form a Habit VO2 Max Equipment, The Right Shoes Do Hikes on Trails and Off Trails, Get in the Woods Diet - That Can of Worms Proteins Fats Carbs You Have to Know You Supplements - Wilderness Athlete Deer Story and 10 Rapid Fire Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click Here for Patreon Click Here for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Deer New Contributors - Daniel Applebaum, Tim Donze, Jon Guice Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
Yes, we're all dealing with COVID-19.  Our world is upside down.  However, planting spring food plots seems to be an acceptable form of social distancing.  So we turned to our goods friends Eric Fitzgerald and Jason Obermiller from the seed, nutritional supplement, and fertilizer company Rackology to discuss how to do it right.  When should you plant?  When is the soil moisture and temperature just right?  Should soil testing be done?  What about fertilizer?  Where should my next food plot go?  We answer all these questions and more on this podcast. For Exclusive Content Visit Us Here: BBR Extras OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, Rackology, Mountain Deer Taxidermy, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 Here's What We Discuss: COVID-19 Teaching Out of the Taxidermy Shop Shaking Hands in a Small Farming Community How Many Rolls of Toilet Paper Hand Sanitizer and a Pinch of Tobacco Cabelas.com and Guidefitter.com Winter and the Deer Herd Total Package, Protein and Attractant Healing Post Rut Minernal 300lbs per Week No Ticks on the Deer Weather Patterns and Temperatures Pink Eye and Deterring Midges  Reducing EHD with Testing Shipping after $50 Sooner the Better, Fawn Gestation The Seed Stuff, Clover Chicory Plot 365 and Winter Interseeding Frost Seeding and Food Plot Fertilizer Tonnage Determining Quality Through Testing Relative Feed Value Test 3 Different Spots, Soil, Weeds, Planting, Weather Brassicas  Soil Temp at 50 Top 1" Dig a Foot, Ball Up the Dirt Offer Shade Early Season Plots vs Kill Plots Bedrooms and Kitchens - Keep them on Your Property Kill Plots in August Planting Throw and Grow Misconception Don't Be Afraid of Fire Soil Test Minimum Size Food Plot New Western Blends for Dry Areas Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click Here for Patreon Click Here for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Deer New Contributors - Daniel Applebaum, Tim Donze, Jon Guice Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
Recently, Jay appeared on the Where2Hunt podcast, for an opportunity to share more about the BBR and to share the story behind Jay's 2019 NH buck.  Since the interview, lots has changed in the world.  Jay had cardiac catheter surgery where cardiologists found a 95% blockage in Jay's widow maker cardiac artery.  Two stents later, Jay is feeling better than ever. And then there's COVID-19 issue.    Man, we can't wait for deer season and you can't catch the corona virus walking alone in the woods. Be safe everyone. For Exclusive Content Visit Us Here: BBR Extras OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, Rackology, Mountain Deer Taxidermy, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 Here's What We Discuss: Original OG and a Voice Ok'est Podcast in the Midwest Outdoor Podcast Channel Full Time Gig Starting in 2005, Throwing in the Towel Facebook, The Beginning Cliff Ravenscraft Dusty Phillips - A Funny Guy A Deer Story is a Great Thing to Tell and Listen To The 300th, A Big Deal Adam Evans, The Hill Billy Weatherman The Flu and Vertigo Deer Movement Moon Prediction The Harness Program Climbing Again and Added Risk Lineman's Belt Falling Out of a Tree Tree Safety, Cell Phone Coverage Sending a Map to a Loved One Memorable Hunt Google Maps and Onx Hunt Colonial Land Laws Dan Infalt Shelved for 3 Years The Swamp to the South Pressured Moose I'd Like to Go for a Hunt Downwind, Moving in the Shadows Minus 33, Wool is a Game Changer The Dominant Buck  Don't Go Too Far, But Go Just Far Enough Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click Here for Patreon Click Here for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Deer New Contributors - Daniel Applebaum, Tim Donze, Jon Guice Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
In a 23 year celebrated career filled with wild stories & tales of Game Warden lore, the beginning started with one of the biggest tragedies on New Hampshire soil.  As a conservation officer, Wayne Saunders has caught many a poacher and became a regular on North Woods Law. Now Wayne often reflects on his duties as Lieutenant while interviewing Conservation Officers from around the country on his latest retirement project, a podcast call Warden's Watch.  This is Part Two of Wayne's story. For Exclusive Content Visit Us Here: BBR Extras OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, Rackology, Mountain Deer Taxidermy, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 Here's What We Discuss: Skeptic by Nature Illegal Mexicans Evidence is the Worst Evidence Malicious vs Good Intent But a Mistake Dave Paulides Search and Rescue Line Searching and Mobile Hikers Are Cougars in New Hampshire Forensic Game Lab Oregon Law Against Game Transportation Lacey Act - Federal Crime Prosecutors for Misdemeanors or Less Felonies to County Attorney Fraud Getting a Game Warden to Talk Arthur Muse and a Mountain A Shortage of Game Wardens Physically Draining, Parts of the Job Depends on the State The Poacher's Weapons, 22s and Crossbows A Suppressor in Alaska, Dinner Bell Operation Game Thief, Wildlife Crime Stoppers Turn in a Poacher  Biologizing - No Teeth Pressuring Legislators No in It for the Money Managing the Outdoors for You Interesting Guests, John Nores, Drug Trafficking  Racketeering of Game Meats, and Drugs Drugs and Poaching Go Hand in Hand Mob Bosses Went Down, but Not for Murder A Decoy with Eagn Wardens Should Share Tickets Night Hunting Case are Rare The Next One Is Mine! 5 Cases in One Day It Not Entrapment if It's Opportunity Hunting is the Act of Pursuing The Classic Bandits A Kid Can Tell You the Truth The Best Game Wardens A Statue of Limitations Studying the Poacher 10 Rapid Fire Questions Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click Here for Patreon Click Here for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Deer New Contributors - Daniel Applebaum, Tim Donze, Jon Guice Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
In a 23 year celebrated career filled with wild stories & tales of Game Warden lore, the beginning started with one of the biggest tragedies on New Hampshire soil.  As a conservation officer, Wayne Saunders has caught many a poacher and became a regular on North Woods Law. Now Wayne often reflects on his duties as Lieutenant while interviewing Conservation Officers from around the country on his latest retirement project, a podcast call Warden's Watch.  This is Part One of Wayne's story. For Exclusive Content Visit Us Here: BBR Extras OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, Rackology, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 Here's What We Discuss: Reading Body Language Biederman's Deli Plymouth NH Ahs and Umms Warden's Watch, Creating a Business The Meateater Podcast North Woods Law Operation Game Thief Without Being a Celeb Eric Fluette, First Episode Weekends are Action Saving People When Lost, No More Victims Drega Case - Learning from It Critical Incident Build Up, Psychology The Mark of Kane An Ambush, Image Burned Escaping Gun Fire Left Arm Was Useless The Bullet Paths, Fight and Flight 20 Weeks of Firearm Training Seeing Guns, Not the Threat Breaking Scare Tissue Blood on the Badge A Primitive Job, Trout Trooper New Technology Back in Time Sixth Sense, Cutting the Pie A Tragedy  257 Roberts to a Ruger Mini 14 to AR15 Shooting from a Vehicle Swiss Army Knife of Law Enforcement Physicality, In Shape New Standards - 3 Year Physical Requirements Snow Machines and On the Job 4 Wheelers and a Job that Keeps You Fit 23 year of Amazing Stories Working the Canadian Border Moose Season at Minus 18 Degrees The Slash - No Man's Land Chris Eagan and Adam Cheney Protocol for Investigation, a Fluid Situation Catching Inconsistencies, Matching  The Crime Has Been Committed Evidence Reading People, Who's Lying? The Truth Is Always Consistent People Can't Remember Their Lies First  48  A Round Out of the Deer, a .243 The Gun, or Toss the House   Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click Here for Patreon Click Here for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Deer New Contributors - Daniel Applebaum, Tim Donze, Jon Guice Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
When an athletic event involves repetitive motion in order to achieve success, it's important to understand the biomechanics of that movement.  The golf swing, pitching a baseball, and the archery shot are good examples.  Christian Williams, an exercise science specialist, and avid bowhunter, breaks down the mechanics of the bow shot, how to improve strength and endurance, which muscles are important, and injury prevention. And of course, we talk a bunch about how it all relates to bowhunting. For Exclusive Content Visit Us Here: BBR Extras OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, Rackology, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 Here's What We Discuss: Subscribing to Key Principles Golf, Pitching, Archery Joints, Muscles, Arms Archery is Physical and Demanding Preserving the Body, Enjoying the Bow Hunt Competitive Crossfit A Degree in Exercise Physiology A Really Good Farmer Friend, 400 Acres 100 Groundhogs with a Bow Muscle Memory and Awareness Education Executed Pulling Against and Immovable Object Feeling the Shoulder Blade Engaged, Down and Back Shoulder Blade, First Link in the Chain The Checklist Drop the Elbow and Shoulder Maintenance After the Pull A Line - Bow Hand to Shoulder Blade Too Much Pull, When is it Fatigue Can't Shoot Too Much, Shooting the Bow IS Important Your Bow Only Offers So Much Stress Go Shoot More Doe (or Groundhogs) 100 Arrows a Week Psycho Mechanics - Muscle Over Brain Practicing in a Tree Hitting the Spot Staying within a Barrier, Paint It Hunting a Bunch, Suburban Hunting Western PA, Not Gun Hunter Getting Permission to Hunt Using Connections Through Work Hunting Groundhogs with a Bow Being Honest, Genuine, Transparent Gear and Scouting Past Intel, Cameras, Instinct Ground Hunting when the Tree is Wrong The Creep and Kill Memorable Deer Hunt and 10 Rapid Fire Qs Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click Here for Patreon Click Here for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Deer New Contributors - Daniel Applebaum, Tim Donze, Jon Guice Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
When an athletic event involves repetitive motion in order to achieve success, it's important to understand the biomechanics of that movement.  The golf swing, pitching a baseball, and the archery shot are good examples.  Christian Williams, an exercise science specialist, and avid bowhunter, breaks down the mechanics of the bow shot, how to improve strength and endurance, which muscles are important, and injury prevention. And of course, we talk a bunch about how it all relates to bowhunting. For Exclusive Content Visit Us Here: BBR Extras OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, Rackology, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 Here's What We Discuss: Subscribing to Key Principles Golf, Pitching, Archery Joints, Muscles, Arms Archery is Physical and Demanding Preserving the Body, Enjoying the Bow Hunt Competitive Crossfit A Degree in Exercise Physiology A Really Good Farmer Friend, 400 Acres 100 Groundhogs with a Bow Muscle Memory and Awareness Education Executed Pulling Against and Immovable Object Feeling the Shoulder Blade Engaged, Down and Back Shoulder Blade, First Link in the Chain The Checklist Drop the Elbow and Shoulder Maintenance After the Pull A Line - Bow Hand to Shoulder Blade Too Much Pull, When is it Fatigue Can't Shoot Too Much, Shooting the Bow IS Important Your Bow Only Offers So Much Stress Go Shoot More Doe (or Groundhogs) 100 Arrows a Week Psycho Mechanics - Muscle Over Brain Practicing in a Tree Hitting the Spot Staying within a Barrier, Paint It Hunting a Bunch, Suburban Hunting Western PA, Not Gun Hunter Getting Permission to Hunt Using Connections Through Work Hunting Groundhogs with a Bow Being Honest, Genuine, Transparent Gear and Scouting Past Intel, Cameras, Instinct Ground Hunting when the Tree is Wrong The Creep and Kill Memorable Deer Hunt and 10 Rapid Fire Qs Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click Here for Patreon Click Here for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Deer New Contributors - Daniel Applebaum, Tim Donze, Jon Guice Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
As we open up 2020, our 8th Season, and 8 years of podcasting here at the Big Buck Registry, we thought it only appropriate to take one last look at 2019.  If you are a frequent listener of the show, you'll know that in each episode we segment off into the Deer News at the beginning and a good deer hunting story at the end. In the last show of 2019, we put together all the best deer stories told by our guests of 2019, and likewise, we thought we'd take a look at all the best deer news stories of 2019 as well, like a time capsule of events.  We visit with Jim Keller, our news anchor, and with some frequent news story contributors, Tim Donze, Jon Guice, and Dan Appelbaum.  And then, through some consolidation of all the news we featured on the show in 2019, we present a deer news year in review, with all the best deer news stories feature on the podcast in 2019.  For Exclusive Content Visit Us Here: BBR Extras OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, Rackology, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 Here are the Stories from 2019: Bedford County Man Considered Oldest Deer Hunter at 105 Disabled 8 Year Old Hunter Has Special Stand Stolen Female Poacher Caught by Game Warden on Dating App Hunters Seek Permission to Hunt Deer in Jamaica  101 Year Old Grandma Kills 2 Year with 1 Shot Wyoming Man Charged for Poaching 114 Deer and Antelope Pennsylvania's Sunday Hunting Bill 147 Crossbow Proposal Causes Stir with Maine Deer Hunters California Looks to Enroll Hunters in Conservation Push Deadly Zombie Deer Disease Could Spread to Humans Tinder Bans Woman Over Hunter Photos Bill Would Allow Land Owners to Sell Permits to Out of State Hunters Former Stuebenville Ohio Officer Sentenced for Poaching New Study Shows Deer Species React Differently to Wolves Road Commission Asks Whomever Is Leaving Deer Bait on Highway to Stop Colorado Parks and Wildlife Crack Down on Illegal Antler Collecting Opening Day Change Is Official for Pennsylvania Deer Hunters Man Fatally Attacked by a Pet Deer Proposal Would Prohibit Shooting Bucks in Buffalo County Wisconsin Man Poaches then Freezes 20 Point Buck Alabama Law Makers Approve Hunting Deer With Bait What Deer Hunters Should Know about the EPA Review of Glyphosate Secretary Bernhardt Proposes Greater Access for Hunting and Fishing Rare Pitch Black Deer Spotted in Michigan Are You Putting Yourself at Risk for Lyme Disease Colorado Rehab Center Running Out of Room for Rescued Fawns Iowa City Turns to Bow Hunters to Manage Deer Herd Colorado Man Receives Lifetime Ban on Hunting and Fishing Limited Deer Feeding Allowed in Delta Flood Deer Hit by Planes at NJ Airports MDC and Missouri Increase Penalties for Poaching DNR Considering Beach Going Deer Tranquilizer No Deer Season in Part of Mississippi? It's Possible Missouri Has New Rules for Deer Carcasses Mule Deer and Whitetails Expand Range into Alaska CDC Warns Hunters about Deer Born Tuberculosis Putnam County Man Faces Charges for Hunting with Improper License Hunter Bags Rare Antlered Doe Possible New World Record - Gunner Womack New Study Sheds Light on Lunar Impact on Whitetail Deer Young Hunter Bags 12 Point Buck on First Hunt Arkansas Deer Hunter Dead After Deer Attacked See a Deer on the Road, Resist Urge to Swerve  West Virginia Hunter Takes Down 17 Point Buck After 6 Years Survey Says Firearms Hunter Leads to Less Violence One in a Million, Three Antlered Deer  Pennsylvania Wildlife Investigating Deer Abuse Video First Time Hunter is 104 Years Old Michigan Hunter Sprayed Brother's Stand with Deer Repellent Iowa Hunting Excursion Gone Wrong Deer Killed in GA After Going Thru Windshield Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click Here for Patreon Click Here for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Deer New Contributors - Daniel Applebaum, Tim Donze, Jon Guice Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
Welcome to the Big Buck Registry's Best Deer Hunting stories of 2019.  On almost every show we ask each guest to share a memorable deer story that's meaningful to them.  At the heart of the Big Buck Registry are the stories of the men and women across the world, from all walks of life, that share a common bond in hunting.  We've always felt that the story was just as important as the rest of the show because it brings everything together.  If the rest of the show is the text book, the story is the example. The story brings the hunt to life. So we decided to go back through each show and put together a compilation of the deer stories told throughout the year and share them collectively.  We'll hear from Jeff Johnston, Scott and Seth Perkins, Richard Cook, Anthony Stallone, Harmon Carson, Allison Rauscher, and Phil Vanderpool. This is part two and our last episode of 2019. Cheers to a healthy, prosperous, and successful 2020. OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, Rackology, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 Here's Who Is Feature in Part II: Jeff Johnston #7 Scott and Seth Perkins #6 Richard Cook #5 Anthony Stallone #4 Harmon Carson #3 Allison Rauscher #2 Phil Vanderpool #1 Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
Welcome to the Big Buck Registry's Best Deer Hunting stories of 2019.  On almost every show we ask each guest to share a memorable deer story that's meaningful to them.  At the heart of the Big Buck Registry are the stories of the men and women across the world, from all walks of life, that share a common bond in hunting.  We've always felt that the story was just as important as the rest of the show because it brings everything together.  If the rest of the show is the text book, the story is the example. The story brings the hunt to life. So we decided to go back through each show and put together a compilation of the deer stories told throughout the year and share them collectively.  We'll hear from Ethan Featherhoff, John Eberhart, John Glidden, Blake Garrett, Cameran Derefield, JC Hall, and Joe Godar. This is part one.  Stay tuned for part two releasing right after you finish this one!
Welcome to the Big Buck Registry's Best Deer Hunting stories of 2019.  On almost every show we ask each guest to share a memorable deer story that's meaningful to them.  At the heart of the Big Buck Registry are the stories of the men and women across the world, from all walks of life, that share a common bond in hunting.  We've always felt that the story was just as important as the rest of the show because it brings everything together.  If the rest of the show is the text book, the story is the example. The story brings the hunt to life. So we decided to go back through each show and put together a compilation of the deer stories told throughout the year and share them collectively.  We'll hear from Ethan Featherhoff, John Eberhart, John Glidden, Blake Garrett, Cameran Derefield, JC Hall, and Joe Godar. This is part one.  Stay tuned for part two releasing right after you finish this one! OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears, Rackology, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 Deer News Here's Who Is Feature in Part I: Ethan Featheroff #14 John Eberhart #13 John Glidden #12 Blake Garrett #11 Cameran Derefield #10 JC Hall #9 Joe Godar #8 Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
Every now and then a new technology comes along that solves a problem that we didn't know we had.  In this case, it's about scoring a trophy animal to within 1/1000 of an inch specificity.  In a computer aided model, you can now remove all human error and get ridiculous precision with the help of Trophy Scan.  Think of it like instant replay meets deer hunting. We sit down with Jeff Johnston to learn about everything Trophy Scan can do for the hunter while looking to preserve a memory and celebrate an animal beyond the traditional taxidermy mount. OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears,  QUIETKAT, Rackology, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 QuietKat 15% OFF: BIGBUCK15 Deer News Here's What We Discuss: Not Co-Ordinates Oklahoma Improving On and Solving Problems Los Cazadores Competition Digitizing Files and 3D Printing Some Real Star Wars Stuff Celebrate the Animals 1/1000th of an Inch  2D to 3D - Rotate  Problem Solve on a Soggy Bar Napkin More Accurate and Replicatable A Better Mouse Trap Independent VS Dependent A Loss of Hunters, More Main Street Prices Coming Down, Auto and Medical Industry Richard Childress and NASCAR Triple Camera and Time of Light Artist's Rendition and Facsimile  Revolutionary Scoring System Measuring Total Volume Water Submersion vs Trophy Scan Would This Redo the Record Books? Boone and Crockett Celebrate the Animal with More Options Recording Animals and Cuff Links NRA Wall of Whitetails  I Think a Dog Ate My Rack 1000 Pieces of Paper  Next Season Peripheral Scanner The Trophy Scan Process South Texas Bloody and Gutted Mounted for 50 Years Score Sheet and Your Profile TrophyScan.com Stickers and Bronze The Wired Scanner Hardware Agnostic Overseas Hunting Issues Solved Lost Wax Casting and Metal Print Jewelers Hair and Horn Taxidermy Mounts Since College, Mini Mounts $35 Bucks Scan and Score Memorable Deer Hunt 10 Rapid Fire Questions Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
Just when you thought you'd heard it all about deer urine, deer scent attractants, deer behavior, and deer farming,  along comes a Richard Cook, the formulation master wizard behind Cooks Fatal Attraction deer scent lures.   Unlike many brands with expired diluted product, Richard raises deer, collects specimens, and ships his extremely fresh undiluted product quickly. It's like shopping for organic anything directly on the farm itself.   We take a deep dive into Richard's deer scent operation. OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears,  QUIETKAT, Rackology, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 QuietKat 15% OFF: BIGBUCK15 Deer News Here's What We Discuss: Pure, Fresh, Deer Herd Collection Techniques Maine Minnesota Board of Animal Health 12 Years Old, Buying His First Bottle of Scent Age 20 to 41,  with Minimal Results A Farming Background, Bucks Like to Fight Deer into Estrus,  A Seeder Tranquilize, Estrous Production for Early Deer Season A Semen Tank, and Conception Rate Run the Buck by the Pen Cooling the Urine, Immediately, and a Gallon Jug Big Order Days, Big Bladders, and Small Best Results in 3 Year Old Bucks Identify Estrous by Smell Urine Master Skip the Taste Test, The Urine Smell of Many USDA Food Inspector, Sanitization A Collection System Bumping Velvet, Herd Care Doe in Heat, Doe Estrous Drag Lines Dominant Buck and Scent Rope Doe Estrogen 30 pg/mil Keep Em Calm, Bedding Scent, Doe Scent Rutting Buck vs Dominant Buck Pre Orbital Buck Scent Bedding Scent Sweet Corn, Oak, Dirt, Red Apple Synthetic vs Non Synthetic Scent Stick Wax Preservation No Preservatives Memorable Deer Hunt Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
How do you know when you've found a good hunting spot?  You know it for sure that it's a good spot when you kill your first good buck there.  Allison Rauscher knows this well. After doing her on the ground homework, and then picking the right tree in the right spot on the right property, it all came together recently for Allison one evening on a bow hunt in Wisconsin.  She downed one of those Wisconsin monarch bucks that most have only read about.  We discuss in detail how Allison finally put it all together and what pieces of info she'll take with her on the next hunt to try and do it all over again. OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears,  QUIETKAT, Rackology, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 QuietKat 15% OFF: BIGBUCK15 Deer News Here's What We Discuss: Tagged Out The Orange Army Record Bucks and Hunting Tradition Genetics Meat Hunter vs Trophy Hunter Is Social Media a Factor of Bigger Deer Keen Survivalists, Find the Secret A Youth Jennings Bow and Sears The Redemption Buck A Grunt Tube, Can Call, and YouTube Bedding, Feeding, Funnells, All Natural Target vs Not Targeting Big Bucks, Bait Sites, and Signs and False Negatives What Did I Learn from the Hunt Living in the Corn, Moving to Timber Thick Brush, Good Bedding, Private Land OnX Game Changer The Ah Ha Moment and a Permanent Stand A Snort Wheeze, for Real The Ditch and the Stand Site The Best Tree, Thick and Well Hidden My Little Fit Snow and Deer Hunting is the Best Deer Would Be Moving and 5pm Can't Remember the Grunt Sequence I can Get and Arrow Through There A Pass Through and Blake Garrett Self Doubt, Otherwise Would Have Found the Deer Sharing with Dad An Arrow Signed by Michael Waddell An Old School Trad Drag Rack Packer Gear Check and 43 Lb Draw Weight Rapid Fire Questions Our APP: CLICK HERE for Our FAN APP Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
John Eberhart joined us last on Episode 209, where we broke down John's tactics and answered questions based on listener curiosities.  This time is a little different. Jay, now with a few saddle hunts under his belt and a first hand account of what it's like, hits John with numerous questions from the novice to the legendary saddling hunting expert. Jay and John engage in many details of saddle hunting overlooked in the first interview. OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears,  QUIETKAT, Rackology, BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 QuietKat 15% OFF: BIGBUCK15 Deer News Here's What We Discuss: The Hunting Public Hunt Contest The Hunting Beast and Jeff Sturgis Greg and Ernie from Tethrd Deer Camp with Heavy Social Media 1981 Anderson Tree Sling 360 Degree Shooting and Tree Blocker Hunting Higher, Modifications 22 Advantages to the Saddle Shooting More Accurately, 3 Point Contact Dad Bod Setup Easy to Change Out Gear Scouting and Prepping, Deer First Scouting in Feb, March, April and 40 Trees Spikes Where Allowed Must have Security Cover  Must have Secure Transition Cover from Bedding Not Afraid to Move, Adapt, Freelance, Improvise Can Never Have Enough Trees Prepped Steps vs Platform Getting Into the Tree, Public Land Cranford Folding Steps Cranford Step Rings Sticks are Cumbersome Aiders Cranford strap Ons and Screw In Getting Up and Down the Tree Closer to the Tree, Stronger Platform It's about Killing Deer You Will Get Pic'd  Keep Body Profile Close to the Tree Leaning Shots, Lean Left (Mostly) Tree is Always Between Hunter and Deer Always Try to Shoot Strong I Wish I Did This 30 Years Ago Subtle Smooth Movement Tree Yoga Tree Stand Companies Hate the Saddle Idea Spring Workshops, Kids and Saddles Never Disconnected, 2020 Will Be Interesting Kill Mode, Killing Bucks Post Season Prep Seasonal Timing Hunts, Apples, Oaks Entry and Exit Routes Shooting Lanes Foliage Down Spring Same as Mid Fall Interior Bedding Area Hunting 35% Midday Buck Kills, Gotta Stay All Day The Right Spot for Midday Differences Between Perimeter Bedding and Bedding In Really Early, Out Late Buck Activity, Is Worthless After Dark Thinking About Work Stick to the Plan or Don't Hunt Never Forget the Failures 20-28 Inch Diameter Trees Memorable Hunt   Our APP: CLICK HERE for Our FAN APP Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
Marc Warnke says that it's not so much the hunting strategy, but it's the spot. That means hunting where hunters don't typically hunt, sometimes hunting spots that haven't been hunted in over 20 years and hunting where wheels can't go.  This also means sleeping on bulls or bucks, which means that you're not coming out each day. And that also means hauling in food and gear that one or two hunters couldn't possibly manage.  So how?  Well, Marc turned to pack goats to get to these remote areas with all the gear needed to hunt great spots for days on end.  The rewards are priceless. OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears,  QUIETKAT,  BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 QuietKat 15% OFF: BIGBUCK15 Deer News Here's What We Discuss: Hanging Out with Goats Pack Goats and Rugged Terrain Birds, Big Game, Fitness, Sports Turning 40, Doc Kicked Me a Good One 27 Elk with a Bow, Goats Were Better Fit Since 2013 - Wild Wild West and Stuff Idaho, One of Seven Natives Specialized in Mule Deer, Canyon High Deserts Alpine for Elk Drive to Be Fit, Came Later in Life Steak and Eggs in the Back Country The Diet - Crossfit Fit, Eating Fat Stair Climbers, Super for Desk Jockeys 18 Hour Calorie Burn, VO2 Max Goats Don't Show Affection to Each Other Neighbors Dog is #1 Killer of Goats Un-Tethered, Bottle Feeding and Bonding Goats Can Process Food for 6 Days, Diverse Diet Gaots are Good Packers from Age 4 to 10 16 Miles and 9 Packers Around, Over, Under - Goats Can Go Almost Everywhere Goat Limitations, Shear Weight 35lbs Per Side 6 years, Goats, 20 Years Horses Goats Make Game Animals Relax Raised Poor, Never Had a Job, Just Companies Bow Hunting the World, 6 Months a Year Starting Over, Hunt Consulting How Do I Kill a Big Buck Licensed Hunters Are Only 7% of Population Scathe the Jackass, But Not Publicly  Good Tag in a Premier Area Look to Get Where Wheels Can't Go Abandoned Trails Access More Than Hunting Strategy Sleeping on Bulls Memorable Hunt   Our APP: CLICK HERE for Our FAN APP Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
It's a game of chess according to Cameran Derefield. There's a king and a pawn.  Which is which, welp, that's to be determined at the end of the deer season.  Studying annual journals about buck behavior and with heavy game camera monitoring, Cameran believes that he can see the target buck's next move and plan accordingly.  It's not instant success, but it is methodical and persistent and generally speaking, Cameran is the one calling checkmate.  Cameran shares with us all his deer hunting techniques, styles and strategies. OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears,  QUIETKAT,  BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 QuietKat 15% OFF: BIGBUCK15 Deer News Here's What We Discuss: 45 Min SE of Columbus Ohio Found Me Is it Taken for Granted? One Buck Tag A Dad and a Grandfather Killing Big Deer is a Different Ball Game A Bigger Deer at 17 100% Chess Match 60 Days 230 Hours Hunt Them without Hunting Them Picking Out 2 Deer Each Season How to Pick Out Your #1 Buck 8 Point to 10 Point to Giant 8 Not the Pawn, Now the King Camera Guy, It's Not Easy How and Why Wind and Weather A Journal - I Let Them Kill Themselves I Don't Use Maps, 3600 Acres 110 Acres, Holding Deer Now Corn with Danger, Deer Photos at Night Hunting Beast and Milkweed Thermals - #1 Thing that Kills Bucks Hunting the Evenings I Don't Love the Rut Stick and Hang Guy The Kill Is Doing, the Hunt is the Romance Gear - Ozone, Scent, Remote, Sticks No Calling There Will Be a Day That Ozone Won't Work Memorable Deer Hunt Our APP: CLICK HERE for Our FAN APP Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
If you were to meet Jess Martin in person, you probably wouldn't instantly think buck buck deer killin' machine.  But make no mistake, Jess is well on her way to making a name for herself as just that.  A true hunter and outdoor enthusiast, Jess spends much of her time in the big mountainous woods of Rangeley, Maine.  Through tracking and woodsmanship Jess has figured out how to pattern and chase down those big bodied Maine bucks and she shares with us her approach.  OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears,  QUIETKAT,  BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 QuietKat 15% OFF: BIGBUCK15 Deer News Here's What We Discuss: Rangeley Maine, The First Snow Scrapelines and Rubs and Calling It All Depends on the Weather How Deep Lots of Timber, Lots of Hiding Places Spring Time Scouting The Size of the Tree and Rubs Trail Cams on Rubs Bowhunter - Archery Safety Still Hunting Techniques When to Slow Down, When to Speed Up Sometimes It's Just a Gut Feeling Good Spots are Always Good Spots Higher Elevation Early Season The Aha Moment When to Kill, When Not to Kill What's a Big Buck in Maine Reading the Track When to Call It Quits Can't Hunt on Sunday Gear Check and OnX Hunt Maps Picking Up Bowhunting Nursing Is a Great Profession for Hunting A Bear Hunt The Rangeley Ridge Runner Buck I Can Smell Him 10 Rapid Fire Questions Our APP: CLICK HERE for Our FAN APP Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
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Dan Figard

This is my favorite podcast and have missed you guys! is there any way we can pitch in to help you guys be able to do this more often?

Oct 15th
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Jason Dunn

very cool storie

Jan 16th
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