ATA 2015 preview with Amy Hatfield, Content Strategist for the Archery Trade Association, she's going to tell us what new and returning attendees can expect this year in Indianapolis.
In this episode Carrie and Rachel are chatting with Andrew of CheytacUSA. They talk about the 408 M300 Intervention, what is considered "long distance", why hunters may need to shoot longer yardage, the fundamentals of sighting your rifle in for long ranges, shooting dirty, breathing techniques, customizing a rifle and recognizing elements like wind when you're about to take a shot.
Listen in to find out which movie the 408 M200 was featured in.
Jay Scott of the Big Buck Registry Big Buck Podcast joins as a special co-host and this week’s episode is a bit different than normal episodes. Carrie and Jay have been listening to podcasts for years and decided to have a friendly chat to compare notes.
The episode was originally recorded in July, they’ve both discovered podcasts since then so a follow up episode will probably be in the works in 2015.
If you don’t hear your podcast mentioned and would like them to check it out be sure to leave a comment below with the name of the show, what the show is about and the direct show RSS link (or website url if you are unsure of what that is).
An article with urls to all of the podcasts mentioned above will be published in a few weeks.
If you’re unsure of how to subscribe to a podcast please check out the handy how to on the wwocz.net website, it’s specific to my show but can be applied to any podcast.
Carrie’s flying solo this week as she interviews Rick Helke, owner of Slumper Seats, the very first supporter of the show.
What is a Slumper Seat you ask? It is an incredibly comfortable seat cushion for your tree stand.
They talk about the Wisconsin based company, how it got started and the different models offered.
Episode direct download link: http://traffic.libsyn.com/wwocz/Ep86.mpc
"HuntFishTravel 085 – Deer Scents, Lures & How to Make a Mock Scrape"
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4:30 the different types of deer attractants
6:00 what scent to use during the rut
9:00 perfect scent to use to draw those bucks out during the post rut
Have you ever spent 15 hours completely lost in a dark canyon with no GPS, water or shelter? Well Carrie has and she’s telling the story from start to finish. Joined as always by Rachel Fontaine the conversation revolves around the mule deer hunt, the excitement, the let downs and of course the take-aways.
Special guest co-host Trent Marsh adds his humor and unique outlook on life to the conversation.
If you’d like to read the two part story you can read it on the wwocz.net website.
Rated “Explicit” for some language.
3:35 AGLOW Conference
6:15 oops technical hiccup
6:30 SD hunt
45:00 optics considerations
Carrie & Rachel chat it up this week about the mosquito repellents they use, the mosquito repellents they'd never use and the length most mosquito repellents even last.
You’ve killed it and field dressed it but now what? Wildlife Information Specialist, Certified Fisheries Biologist for the Indiana DNR Michelle Cain is this week’s guest. We’re going to talk about how not to spoil the meat once you have an animal on the ground.
A special series highlighting women in the outdoors. Lisa Barron columnist at the Women’s Outdoor News and Licensed Jackalope Hunter joins us to talk about Jackalope Hunting, being Deer Abbey and how being being 4'10 is totally awesome.
You can enter to win a luxury guided Jackalope Hunt (worth more than 2 million dollars) at wwocz.net/ep77
This week we're joined by Kevin Wallenfang from the WI DNR. Rachel and I ask him every question we can think of and he's kind enough to break it all down for us.
Fall is hunting season. Yes, we know. But it's also the best fishing season too! This week we are talking to pro tournament anglers Jeff Otis and Scott Ludwig. They are going to let us in on some of the fishing tactics the pro's use so we can all catch dinner too!
Plus Rachel got a new dog, listen in to the story of how she came to be a new dog owner.
A special series highlighting women in the outdoors. Mia Anstine columnist at the Women’s Outdoor News joins us to talk about Little Gal, some upcoming ladies hunts and some seriously funny elk stories.
This week I'm joined by Phillip Johnson of Tall Tine Bowstrings and Glacial Lakes Archery.
He gives us the run down on what we should be doing to get ready for the upcoming archery hunting season.
John Mulligan; VP of Sales & Marketing for Wicked Tree Gear joins us this week to talk about where, how much and when to even cut a shooting lane, tree saws and online hunting shows.
What are antlers? Why do they grow the way they do? What makes them big and sometimes gnarley? What the heck is “Velvet”?
All these questions are answered during this week’s episode where we sit down with President of HuntForce Jim White. We’ll talk about antlers, the best way to organize your trail camera photos, and how you can win an amazing hunt.
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Check out the details on the “Shot of a Lifetime” Contest where you can win an all expenses paid Whitetail Deer hunt in Oklahoma with the cast members of BuckVenture Outdoors - ends November 6, 2014!