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Deer Hunt by Big Buck Registry and BOSPN Media is one of the most highly rated, most downloaded and listened to deer hunting podcasts in the world. Millions of episodes are enjoyed by hunters every year. Hosted by Jay Scott, co-hosted by Dusty Phillips, and Deer News by Jim Keller, each new episode focuses on sharing deer hunting news, stories and strategies - direct from guys and gals who live and breath the deer hunting lifestyle. We share interviews from expert whitetail hunting guests like the Drurys, Dan Infalt, Adam Hays, John Eberhart, Barry Wensel, Roger Raglin, Michael Waddell, Gordon Whittington, Lane Benoit, and Hal Blood. We also share interviews with amazing deer hunters of which you've never heard. We learn from everyone. We also cover legendary products like Mathews and Ruger . If you are a whitetail addict, take your hunt to the next level by tuning into Big Buck Registry's Deer Hunt.
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Per the QDMA Whitetail Report, hunters pursue whitetail deer more than any other species and whitetail hunters contribute financially more than any other hunter segment.  Whitetails are the foundation of the hunting industry.  Because of this impressive impact QDMA releases an annual report that goes deep into data and identifies trends that affect the whitetail's world and the hunters that hunt them.  We thought that it only appropriate to invite Kip Adams back to discuss the highlights of this year's report, as we did last year.  We plan to make it an annual event.  OUR SPONSORS:  Rackology, 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: Data from 2017-2018 Hunting Season NE, SW, MidWest, West, Canada 72 Pages, Just the Highlights 11th Annual Report, Age Structure 35% of Bucks, 15.5 Years, Different from Year's Past 33% Across the Board A Cultural Deer Hunting Change Stewards of Natural Resources Southern States Leading the Charge in Older Bucks Mississippi, Antler Restrictions A Higher Number of Bucks, Less Does Half Buck Fawns, Half Doe Fawns Michigan's Lower Penisula A History of Deer Managment Native American's Killed 6-7 Million Deer Each Year Predators Don't Account for this Much Killing Hunter's Provide a Free Service to Society What's the Source of the Info? Red Meat and Beer Timing of Deer Harvest Bow Hunting - Crossbows and Archery Season 3 Million Bowhunters and 4 Hunters Per Square Mile Facilitator of More Hunters and Crossbows The Raven Crossbow -100 Yards Disease and CWD - Weakening the Herd Zombie Deer The Number of Hunters that are Successful If You Shot 2 Deer Last Year, That's Rare Biggest Issue in Each Zone   Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  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
We've focused a bunch on the bow shot, but perhaps we over looked the long range rifle shot. Unless you've had the need to take a 700 yard kill shot, you may not realize how much information is needed to calculate a well placed bullet.  The science is fascinating and the apps are endless. To clear this up, we invited long range hunter and shooting competitor Anthony Stallone to break it all down before you squeeze the trigger on your next long range target. OUR SPONSORS:  Rackology, 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: Westerly, Shooting Rifles East Coast Hunters in Arizona Coues Deer at 400 to 600 Yards Guns, Ballistics, and Proper Shooting Gun Sight Academy Muzzle Breaks, No Flinch The Little Bastard The Ruger American Precision Ballistic Co-Efficient Are the Day of the .30-06 Gone? Cool Gun, No Bullets 6.5mm Creedmoor G1 and G7 Twist Rate Every Guns Likes a Different Bullet Black Hills Gold Ammo The 143 Grain Hornady ELD-X Higher the BC the Better The Checklist to Build a Better Gun Scope, Tripods, and Binos Optics and Clicks A $1000 Scope is a Decent Scope Triggers - Timney and Crispness Rings - Don't Buy the Cheap Ones or the Wrong Ones Measure Scope to Barrel Height MOA vs MIL Wind Velocity, Altitude, Temp, Pressure, Humidity 90% Leave the Gun in the Truck Rear Bag Math VS Field Testing, Hunter VS Shooter Practice - The Mechanics of the Shot Bipods vs Bags Memorable Deer Hunt Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  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
There have been far more 300" non-typical bucks killed since the early 2000s than ever documented before the year 2000.  So what gives?  Gordon Whittington, the Editor in Chief of North American Whitetail joins us for a second time to explore just that.  Is it genetics, is it food, what can history tell us from hundreds of years ago, what about the big deer that came in the decades before the new millennium?  We discuss all this in detail and dig deep into the Luke Brewster buck story, the monster Illinois buck from 2018, currently featured in North American Whitetail Magazine. OUR SPONSORS:  Rackology, 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: Episode 106 - The Buck Story The 2018 Highlight A Season - Good Bad or Other Those Day are Behind Us The Population Numbers Drop Off - Predation and EHD Not Record Breaking Like 2005 It's Psychological and Mental Perspective Too Many Deer? Overplaying the Benefits of High Density Deer Numbers 2 Deer Per Square Acre and Food Plots If You Have Food, You can Have High Density The Industrial Age, The World's Greatest Food Plot A Byproduct of Farming Iowa 1850, Natural vs Man Made A Low Density and Big Deer Historical Perspective More 300" Bucks That We Document Pennsylvania 1830 - It was a Trophy Buck State Look at the Surge of Top End Deer The Hold in the Horn Gross Score The Steven Tucker Buck Tennessee Luke Brewster Buck - Illinois 1940, 1981, then 2000 and Beyond Texas Hill Country and Island Deer Just Get By A Body Size and Antler Size 40% Increase Better Fed, 10 Year Threshold Ideal Nutritional Conditions, and Abnormal Points Hot Spots - Where's the Next One? The Integrity of the Giant Bucks Driven to Live, Years on One Lung The Brewster Buck Story Illinois - Currently the Only State with Two 300" Bucks Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  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    
Although Harmon Carson is known as the Bayou Bowhunter, he sharpened his  bowhunting skills in the in the mountains of Colorado.  Harmon credits his dad for lots of his skills, but not necessarily in the traditional father/son teaching sense.  In many cases, Harmon learned to hunt because his father would escort him into the woods, but from then on he was on his own to learn the rest - methods that might not fly today. Nonetheless, those lessons made Harmon one heck of a good bowhunter - no more gun, no more compound, just straight up traditional bowhunting. Harmon says, learn to hunt first and the weapon you choose becomes irrelevant. OUR SPONSORS:  Rackology, 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: Go Outside and Play Exposure to the Western Hunt Dad Taught Us to Blood Trail Start Hunting at 5 Years Old Dad was My Teacher and Not Too Pick a Hair When You Focus on the Details, Good Things Happen You're Going to Hunt Colorado Drawing on an Elk and Settling in on a Pin Not Gonna Hunt with a Gun Again Compound to the Traditional A Black Widow Recurve Hunting with My Compound AND My Longbow Now I Know Where to Look All I Did Was Change Weapons Aaron Snyder, the Guy Knew How to Hunt First Learn to Hunt First Make Sure They Have Been Successful Stacking, Training with Eyes Closed, Bad Habits Don't Go Too Heavy Too Fast Wind- No Scent Control, Except for Clothing Soaked in Sweat, Down Wind to the Risky Edge The Buck Circle and Hook Down Wind Side Until You Almost Mess Up Stand Placement, Height, Shot Angles Visual Blobs in a Deer Peripheral  The Taxidermy Business Gain Respect for Them to Figure Them Out The One Buck - Study Him and Others Will Follow Memorable Deer Hunt and 10 Rapid Fire Qs   Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  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
J.C. Hall might not be on the trigger most of the time, but he's hunting all the time.  When he does hunt for himself, it's a quality over quantity kind of thing.  These days J.C. is frequently on tour with the likes of country singer Aaron Lewis where he's running the camera or editing for the show On the Road Outdoors.    J.C. says he's always hunting in a sense because the footage needs capturing and he doesn't want to be the guy to mess up the hunt. J.C. is an interesting guy with a colorful past - he studied golf at Penn State, was pit crew member on the NASCAR circuit, and is now a producer for Open Season TV and Editor for On the Road. OUR SPONSORS:  Rackology, 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: Coyotes and Hogs Predators and Management Open Season and On the Road Golf at Penn State  Stealing Grandpa's VHS  Hunting on Sunday Influencers- Primos, Mossy Oak If I Could Do Everything A Business Out of Your Hobby TNT Outdoors 1000s of Shows and Jump Cuts DVDs are Gone, Be Everywhere Everybondy Has a Page NASCAR Pit Crew, Rousch, Childress, MLB Athletic Pit Crew Open Season TV, They Called Me Rock Bordelon and Aaron Lewis Maintaining Relationships, and Expectations It's a Small Industry When Do You Hunt? 68 Days in a Row Turkey Hunt Grande Ole Oprey, Kenny Roger Tribute Walking Off the Bus to the Farm I Don't Get to Pull the Trigger Scent Control Is Huge Checking the Wind, Checking the Barometer Camera in the Ozone 90% Human Odor from the Mouth The Little Things, Food Plots, Indiana Lease New England Is Tough, Point to Point Fingers Legit Outfitters, Smoking for a Week Survival Mode, Steps Toward the Trail Deer Behavior, When, Where, Why Guessing is Slim Memorable Hunt, It's What the Hunt Means to You 10 Rapid Fire Questions   Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  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
So you want to book a whitetail hunt with an outfitter, but you don't know exactly where to start.  Maybe this is your first time or maybe you're rebounding from a horrible experience and you're attempting not to repeat.  With booking season in full swing, we thought we should explore the do's and don'ts with Jason Selman of Hero Shot Outfitters.  What questions should you ask?  What are the red flags? What's should you expect to get when you spend your hard earn money and when should you run away and go onto the next outfitter?  We explore all this an more with Jason so that you can avoid big mistakes and ensure a quality experience when booking your next whitetail adventure with an outfitter. SPECIAL OFFER FROM QUIETKAT TO OUR LISTENERS-  USE CODE: BIGBUCK15 to Receive 15% Off Your Order OUR SPONSORS:  Rackology, Covert Scouting Cameras, QUIETKAT,  BIG BUCK MERCH   Deer News Here's What We Discuss: Getting Serious West Central Illinois Researching Outfitters What's the First Thing?  What Do I What to Hunt? Luxury Hunt VS Hard Core Hunt Food and Lodging Start Offline, Archery Shops, Networking\ Internet Research, Social Media Questions to Ask Big on Success and Opportunity Rate I Need Statistics 80% Success Rate and Fair Chase Calculations Can't Guaranty a Kill Leased Land and the 35% Measure Sleeping Arrangements and How Many Campers Pressure - All Year Long? How Many Acres? How the Outfitter Hunts the First Week of October Do they "Get Right on It"? Scent Control Measures Hunter to Land Ratios How Many Guides, Hunter Ratios Equipment - Stands, Shot Distances, Accessories How Far Do I Need to Practice? Shooting Lanes, Trimming, and Cover, Stand Height Filming a Hunt Can I Be Mobile?  Stand Placement and Wind Direction, Trail Cam Pics Antler Restrictions and Fines Do the Guides Hunt? Walk Me Thru a Day Trophy Care, Meals, Food Allergies Transportation to and from the Stand and Airport Wounding a Deer and Trophy Kills Life Comes Up, Cancellation Policy Ask for References Turkey Hunt it First Summary of Red Flags Can't Please Everyone Hunter Responsibility Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  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    
After 35 years of hunting and after burning out a camera man or two, there's no sign of Chuck Paddock hunting less.  Chuck is a busy business man and is part owner of Open Season TV (you may remember our interview on Epi 200 with Chuck's partner James Blakenbeckler). Chuck doesn't consider the work surrounding Open Season actual work as it's not his how he makes his living. But he sure does love to hunt and he enjoys bringing his hunts to life for others through video. Chuck's big things are low pressure, careful entry and exit routes, and an abundant use of game cameras.  SPECIAL OFFER FROM QUIETKAT TO OUR LISTENERS-  USE CODE: BIGBUCK15 to Receive 15% Off Your Order OUR SPONSORS:  Rackology, Covert Scouting Cameras, QUIETKAT,  BIG BUCK MERCH   Here's What We Discuss: 55 Degrees Zero Snow Open Season TV - a Fluke Deal I Can't Get the Money from Sponsors Shooting Cameras - Sony FS5 and A7S DSLR Equipment Is So Much Better Now It's Not a Stable Environment You Have to Prove that It Works I Burned Out My Cameraman Facebook Doesn't Like Hunting Attacking the NRA Score Does Make You Happy One Good Animal Each Year 1987 Deer Hunt Breakfast for Kids Hunting All Over - Top 5 Paying Attention to the Wind Low Impact, No Shed Hunting The Ravine Treestands and Stalking You Aren't Scouting During the Season Gear Setup - Layered Exiting and Entering Strategies Treestand Setup 20' Minimum What's the Challenge Now I Know Every Buck in My Woods Maniac about Game Cameras Cells Cams in the Bedding Area 10 Rapid Fire Questions   Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  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    
The Bearded Butchers, otherwise known as brothers Seth and Scott Perkins, grew up learning butchery as part of the family business butchering domestic livestock. They carried their knowledge into the hunter's world by hunting for and butchering all types of wild game. And what goes great with meat?  Spices!  So the brothers ventured into the spice business which grew it's now infamous label from their bearded father and namesake inspired by membership at a local beard club.  Their spices are all natural, free of sugar, MSG, and anti-caking materials and the brothers' deer processing YouTube videos about how to correctly process and age venison has gone absolutely viral.  In this show, we explore all the Bearded Butcher secrets to successful deer processing, how jerky can break down deer hunting barriers, and how you can do it too.   SPECIAL OFFER FROM QUIETKAT TO OUR LISTENERS-  USE CODE: BIGBUCK15 to Receive 15% Off Your Order OUR SPONSORS:  Rackology, Covert Scouting Cameras, QUIETKAT,  BIG BUCK MERCH   Here's What We Discuss: Massive Bucks, No Time to Hunt Muscle Structures Field Dressing and Temp Spreading Bacteria Not Splitting the Bone Care After Removing the Hide Coolers and Ice are My Friends Building a Walk In Cooler on Short Money Dry Aging the Carcus Most Popular Guy on a Warm Day The Hock and the Tendon The Knives Dry Aging on the Bone 10 Days 32 to 40 Degrees Plus Humidity Enzymes and Optimal Range The Processing Video Fish Tenders Removing the Glands The Clean Up Prepared for the Freezer Spice Blend Biz The Beard Club Venison Brats and Jerky Adam Greetree and Laura Zerra Catch and Cooks Jerky to Promote Hunting Memorable Deer Hunts Whitefeather Meats and the Bearded Butcher OTown Outdoors and YouTube   Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  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 been 4 years since we last visited with our friends at Major League Bowhunter.  Every conversation we've had with their crew has lead to some deep thinking related to hunting, industry challenges, and solutions to keep hunting alive for generations to come.  According to Matt, due to some legislation and some economic factors relative to agriculture in Mississippi, the Mississippi deer hunting has never been so good.  We reflect on Matt's 2018-2019 deer season and then we turn to Brandon Adams, a long time MLB crew member, and learn how he prepared for a season he called the Oklahoma Slam which involved taking one of each of the 5 big game species in Oklahoma in a single hunting season using over the counter tags available to anyone. SPECIAL OFFER FROM QUIETKAT TO OUR LISTENERS-  USE CODE: BIGBUCK15 to Receive 15% Off Your Order OUR SPONSORS:  Rackology, Covert Scouting Cameras, QUIETKAT,  BIG BUCK MERCH   Here's What We Discuss: I Can't See My Phone Lasik and Target Panic HHA Site, Being Afraid to Miss Deer Feeding Program in Mississippi Inventory the Deer Letting Deer Grow Eat Up with Bow Hunting Mississippi Delta and Low Nutritional Browze A Big Huge Shift - Cotton and Soybeans to Corn and Soy Select Targeting Field Fertilizer Building Passionate Young Deer Hunters Fortnite, NFL Madden after the Hunt Every Hunter Should Take a Kid Hunting Mandatory Oklahoma Slam 5 Big Game Species Hitting Up Instagram for a Hunt The Pan Handle Speed Goats Practicing at 90 and 100 Yards A Dozen Arrows at Lunch - One to Two Dozen Per Session Training to Hunt They Don't Move Like Whitetail Holding the Pin - Archery Is Just Math You Want the Shot to Just Happen Just Send It Bear, Antelope, Elk, Mule Deer, and Whitetail MLB 2019 Chipper Jones and Shoemaker Homes The Adult Hunter Developing an Arkansas Farm   Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  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
The arborists are probably the first to harness the power of the tree harness, but what about the rock climbing community? According to Greg Godfrey from the tree harness company Tethrd, we need to give credit to each. And that's pretty much how his company got its roots - it's a deer hunter meets arborist meets rock climber kind of story. Greg says that due to the demand to pack lighter to get to your favorite deer hunting spot without sacrificing safety or the ability to hunt from a tree, Tethrd was born. Tethrd isn't the first tree harness company, but they are perhaps the first to focus on this method of hunting that's been around for quite a while and really make some innovative advancements. We discuss with Greg the products that Tethrd offers, how to use them effectively, and how their system can safely make you a lighter more mobile deer hunter. SPECIAL OFFER FROM QUIETKAT TO OUR LISTENERS- USE CODE: BIGBUCK15 to Receive 15% Off Your Order OUR SPONSORS: Rackology Hunter's Blend Coffee Use Code BBR for 10% Off, Covert Scouting Cameras, QUIETKAT, Morse's Sporting Goods,  BIG BUCK MERCH   Here's What We Discuss: Saddle Hunting Isn't for Everyone May Not Be the Best Solution for Every Deer Hunting Situation Saddle Hunting 101 Hunting Different Terrain SaddleHunter.com Getting Started - Harness and Rest What Hunter Needs This Run and Gun Mobile Set Eberhart Pre-Sets Climbing Methods  Sticks Ladders, Climbing Sticks, Step Ladder Predator Platform, Ring Steps 6000lb Tethrd Straps Climbing Rated Carabiner, Hooked Up 100% Back in Time, Make It Lighter Mentality Safety and Comfort Levels Saddle Shape and Geometry, Tying Into a Tree Multiple Ways to Climb - Spurs, Climinator The Shot, The Connection Bridge, Weight Limits 3.5lb Treestand Golden Hour, I'm Not a Little Guy The Louisiana Legend Warren Womack The Products, The Prusik Knot, The Ropeman Price Points, The TMA, The Alpine Standard   Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  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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