Episode 295, July 19th, 2015
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Grant's Recent Blog Posts
- Managing Bucks
- Food Plot Reminders: From Plants To Pocket Knives
- New Bucks Equals New Beginnings
- Tips To Avoid Ticks And Chiggers
- The Benefits Of Fruit Trees
- Small Food Plots For Big Results
- Bean Plot Damage
- Newborn Fawns: What To Do When You Find One
- Soybeans In Small Plots
- Spring Nesting And Wet Weather
- Antlers Are Back
- Spring Turkey Hunting: A Recipe To Treat Your Mother
- Turkey Nests And Predator Control
- Missouri Turkey Season: The Tools Of The Trade
- Scouting From The Skinning Shed
- Shed Hunting? My Advice – Don’t Start!
- Tools Of The Trade: Filming A Turkey Hunt
- Antler Growth And The Importance Of Minerals
- Trail Cameras For Turkey Scouting
- Turkey Decoys: When And Where
Click on a playlist below to see all the videos on that topic.
Establishment And Maintenance
(Ep. 295, July 19th, 2015) Which arrows to shoot this fall? Lightweight for speed or heavy for punch power? Watch Grant test both types and make his decision. Plus, check out how the food plots are holding up with intense summer browse pressure.
(Ep. 292, June 28th, 2015) A brief 4th of July message then the focus on a new buck revealed by the Reconyx trail cameras. He's a big one! We need your help to give him a name! Then see how our food plots stood up to the recent rain storms and why.
(Ep. 291, June 21st, 2015) Action in the food plots with fawns, turkey poults, and a new soybean variety. It will be great for bow hunting in the small food plots where it is planted. Plus, how to control invasive plants like multiflora rose.
(Ep. 290, June 14th, 2015) Making a big buck hunting hot spot for the late season by moving a Hot Zone electric fence. Plus, see the beautiful results from prescribed fire on the native forage and flowers. Stay tuned for the amazing velvet antlers and an awesome shot on a pesky groundhog!
(Ep. 289, June 7th, 2015) Grant shares a technique for bow shooting practice now to be steady in the deer stand next deer season. Then a better way to age bucks, plus improving tree plots for a hunting hot spot this fall.
(Ep. 288, May 31st, 2015) Sharing some of the techniques we've learned for great food plots: forage soybeans, clover, wheat, the advantage of cover crops, soil conservation, and more.
(Ep. 287, May 24th, 2015) Two turkey hunts that show the fast and the slow side of turkey hunting! Then it's spring food plots with tips for better clover and soybean food plots.
(Ep. 286, May 17th, 2015) Seth and Chase team up for several days of turkey hunting where they are challenged to get a gobbler in range! Finally, they each get a tom in range and down! Plus, advice for better spring food plots and protecting your soil.
(Ep. 281, April 12th, 2015) Is prescribed fire worth the effort? Watch this episode as we checkout areas burned late last summer. Plus, the soil will soon be warm enough for planting. We will explain what to do to prepare your fall/winter plot for spring planting.
(Ep. 280, April 5th, 2015) Spring deer management tasks: minerals and food plots! See why one plot worked great while the other is missing one thing!
(Ep. 279, March 29th, 2015) After a brief Easter greeting it's habitat management with a prescribed fire at Troy Landry's farm in Kansas (begins 1:08), then a demonstration of frost seeding food plots (begins 4:33). Then Adam shares how he practices so that he's ready for early spring bow hunting wild turkeys (begins 6:12).
(Ep. 278, March 22nd, 2015) Bow hunting wild hogs in south Florida! Grant arrows two pigs then shows how to process a hog at mark 5:46. Following the hunt Grant visits with a South Carolina landowner to give suggestions to improve his deer hunting property (begin 7:15).
(Ep. 275, March 2nd, 2015) Whitetail food plots are being put to the test with harsher than normal winter conditions around much of the country. Watch this video to see how these food plots are providing great winter forage and why. Plus, (starts 6:20) turkey season is just around the corner so it's time to get the gear ready!
(Ep. 273, February 16th, 2015) Step by step on how to skin out a coyote for the tannery for a beautiful fur! Then, "Swamp People" star Troy Landry needs help improving his deer hunting property in Kansas (begin 9:20) Grant takes a tour then shares suggestions for improving the food plots, stand locations, creating cover and bedding areas, and shed hunting.
(Ep. 268, January 11th, 2015) Early deer hunting success for a property in Kentucky that is working to improve their deer habitat and hunting. See highlights from their hunts, plus: what Grant thinks is possibly the best food plot program for white-tailed deer.
(Ep. 252, September 21st, 2014) How to quickly improve food plots for food throughout the fall and winter months, plus: How to make an early bow hunting attractant for whitetails!
(Ep. 250, September 7th, 2014) Easy food plots, tree plots, and Getting Serious about the 2014 Big Buck Hit List!
(Ep. 237, June 8th, 2014) Easy Food Plot And Habitat Management Tips For Better Hunting And Healthier Deer: Plus, An Opportunity to Win A Hay Bale Blind And A ScentMaster Box
(Ep. 235, May 26th, 2014) The Prime Total Archery Challenge, Plus: A Missouri Turkey Hunt and Advice For Managing Food Plots
(Ep. 234, May 19th, 2014) Two Hunts and Three Birds Down As Prostaff Team Of Heath & Lindsey Martin Turkey Hunt In Kansas And Arkansas, Plus:Profiling Spring Food Plots
(Ep. 228, April 7th, 2014) Early Season Archery Only Nebraska Turkey Hunt, Plus: How To Get Food Plots Off To The Best Start
(Ep. 226, March 24th, 2014) Advice To Improve Deer Hunting On A 100 Acre Property, Creating Productive Food Plots, And A Comparison Of A New Turkey Load
(Ep. 225, March 17th, 2014) Keys To Growing Great Clover Food Plots, Plus: Finding Giant Shed Antlers In Indiana
(Ep. 224, March 10th, 2014) How To Take A Soil Sample, Plus: Advice For An Illinois Hunting Property
(Ep. 223, March 2nd, 2014) New Whitetail Research, Food Plot Advice, Feral Hogs, Shed Antlers And A Piebald Deer!
(Ep. 222, February 24th, 2014) Hack-n-Squirt For Honey Locusts, Plus: Winter Whitetails and More Chores
(Ep. 221, February 17th, 2014) Defining The Limiting Factors For 3 Kentucky Whitetail Properties
(Ep. 220, February 10th, 2014) Deer Management Tools: Predator Trapping, Fire, And Winter Food Plots
(Ep. 203, October 14th, 2013) Bow Hunting In Indiana: 3 Deer Down, Plus Blind Placement & Food Plot Tips
(Ep. 201, September 30th, 2013) Hunt Food Plots or Acorns? Help For Clover Plots Plus: Deer Dead From EHD
(Ep. 199, September 16th, 2013) Targeting Several Big, Older Bucks For Hunting This Season, Plus: Fall Food Plots & Shot Placement Tips
(Ep. 195, August 19th, 2013) Hog Hunting Surprise As Deer Pour Into The Field Plus: How To Make A Hidey Hole Food Plot
(Ep. 194, August 12th, 2013) Is There Enough Food Or Re-Plant For Fall? How To Decide.
(Ep. 188, July 1st, 2013) Tips To Help Food Plots Survive The Summer Heat Plus More Uses For Your Trail Camera
(Ep. 186, June 17th, 2013) Protecting Food Plots And Testing Shooting Skills With Ground Hog Hunting
(Ep. 185, June 10th, 2013) A Late Season Kansas Turkey Hunt; Plus Managing Food Plot Pests And Problems
(Ep. 183, May 27th, 2013) Food Plot Strategies That Will Improve The Deer Herd And Hunting At Your Property
(Ep. 182, May 20th, 2013) Tips For Better Food Plots Plus Adam Calls In a Real Limb Hanger!
(Ep. 175, April 1st, 2013) How To Prune Fruit Trees For Better Hunting Next Fall
(Ep. 174, March 25th, 2013) Critical Tips For Spring Food Plots, Plus: Tips For Scouting Turkeys With Trail Cameras
(Ep. 171, March 4th, 2013) Coyote Hunting Action Plus How To Frost Seed Clover Food Plots
(Ep. 166, January 28th, 2013) How To Set Up A Trail Camera Deer Survey Plus More Trapping And Food Plot Tips
(Ep. 165, January 21st, 2013) Arrows Flyin' & Does Dropping, Plus How To Measure The Quality Of Your Food Plot Forage
(Ep. 148, September 24th, 2012) Tips For Hunting In Early Bow Season Plus More Fall Food Plots Tips!
(Ep. 146, September 10th, 2012) Hard Antlers And Lush Food Plots: It's Time To Get Ready For Deer Season!
(Ep. 143, August 19th, 2012) Highlights From The Land & Wildlife Expo & Field Day! Plus, Tips For Fall Food Plots
(Ep. 140, July 30th, 2012) Changing Hunting Strategies Because of the Drought: Bucks, Corn, and Coyotes
(Ep. 137, July 9th, 2012) Whitetail Habitat Management: Tips for Building New Food Plots, Antlers Found and a Drought Update
(Ep. 136, July 2nd, 2012) Hot Zone for Fall Deer Hunting; Plus Success With Trapping Ground Hogs!
(Ep. 133, June 11th, 2012) New Food Plots: Eagle Beans Are Popping; Plus Hungry Ground Hogs Must Be Dealt With...
(Ep. 132, June 4th, 2012) Better Timber Means Better Deer Habitat - Plus - Tips on Hanging Treestands Now
(Ep. 129, May 14th, 2012) The What, When, Where, Why and How of Creating a New Food Plot
(Ep. 126, April 23rd, 2012) Unexpected Twists in the First Turkey Hunt of the Season, Plus Spring Food Plot Tips
(Ep. 125, April 16th, 2012) Scouting A New Property; Plus Ideas on How to Grow Bigger Antlers This Fall
(Ep. 123, April 2nd, 2012) Evaluating the Best Food Plot Choices and Shed Antler Hunting Tips
(Ep. 120, March 12th, 2012) Early Spring Shed Hunting And Food Plot Tips for Bigger Antlers Next Year
(Ep. 96, September 26th, 2011) Week 1of Whitetail Archery Season: Hunting Strategies and Fall Food Plot Tips
(Ep. 84, July 4th, 2011) A Tactic for Harvesting Mature Bucks
(Ep. 82, June 20th, 2011) Calling Coyotes, Summer Food Plots, and Deer Stand Placement Tips
(Ep. 81, June 13th, 2011) How To Improve Your Property and Hunting Skills for a Better Deer Season!
(Ep. 80, June 6th, 2011) Summer Plans and Tasks for A Great Fall Deer Season
(Ep. 79, May 30th, 2011) Spring Food Plots Tips: When, Where, What & Why
(Ep. 78, May 23rd, 2011) Deer Hunters are Deer Managers: The Deer Steward Short Course
(Ep. 71, April 4th, 2011) Better Dirt Means Bigger Antlers: Take A Soil Sample And Get A Soil Test
(Ep. 69, March 21st, 2011) Food Plot Strategies for Hunting and Managing White-tailed Deer
(Ep. 68, March 14th, 2011) Preparation for Spring Food Plots: Tips for Frost Seeding Clover
(Ep. 46, October 11th, 2010) What To Do When Armyworm Invades Food Plots Plus Special Segment Of A Buck Fight!
(Ep. 43, September 20th, 2010) Early Season Bow Hunting Challenges Plus More Food Plot Tips
(Ep. 42, September 13th, 2010) Best Practice For Planting Food Plots: Plant Before A Rain Plus Other Food Plot Decisions
(Ep. 40, August 30th, 2010) Hunters Gather At The Proving Grounds To Learn Deer Hunting Techniques
(Ep. 39, August 23rd, 2010) What To Do When Whitetails Over-Browse A Food Plot Plus Tips For Scouting With Trail Cameras
(Ep. 38, August 16th, 2010) Tips On What To Do For Food Plots and Whitetails During Summer Drought
(Ep. 34, July 19th, 2010) Food plots: Making Sure The Balance Tips Toward Antlers!
(Ep. 33, July 12th, 2010) How To Prevent Food Plot Browse Damage: Plus A Look At Native Species Deer Love
(Ep. 32, July 5th, 2010) Summer Maintenance For Food Plots & Trail Camera Tips
(Ep. 31, June 28th, 2010) Tips On How To Create Quality Summer Food Plots; Plus Get More From Native Plants Deer Love
(Ep. 30, June 21st, 2010) How To Grow The Best Clover Food Plots Plus More Wildlife Management Advice
(Ep. 29, June 14th, 2010) How To Protect Food Plots For Better Hunting
(Ep. 28, June 7th, 2010) How To Judge Food Plots For Antler Production: Do They Measure Up?
(Ep. 27, May 31st, 2010) How To Prevent A Potential Food Plot Disaster
(Ep. 24, May 10th, 2010) Best Spring Food Plot Planting Tips: No Till Planting Plus Exciting Turkey Hunts
(Ep. 23, May 3rd, 2010) Calling Turkeys and Callibrating Drills: Spring Tasks For The Hunter
(Ep. 22, April 26th, 2010) Antler Dirt Is A Soil Amendment/Fertilizer We Use To Grow Better Food Plots And Bigger Antlers
(Ep. 19, April 5th, 2010) Food Plots In Southern Thinned PInes Are Perfect Shooting Lanes And Travel Routes For Whitetails
(Ep. 18, March 29th, 2010) How To Tell If Your Food Plots Are Working: Tips For Better Food Plots
(Ep. 17, March 22nd, 2010) Looking For Whitetail Trophies - Plus Food Plot Planning Tips
(Ep. 14, March 1st, 2010) Winter Wheat For Food Plots: Easy, Attractive, And Nutritious!
(Ep. 13, February 22nd, 2010) Corn And Carbohydrates Are Important For Energy And Protein For Whitetails
(Ep. 12, February 16th, 2010) What Deer Eat in Late Winter: Why Winter Food Plots Are Important To Whitetails