Episode 400, July 23rd, 2017
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- Deer Hunting And Management: The Effect Of The Changing Predator Base
- Why The Best Deer Hunting Is On Flat Ground
- How Bottlenecks Help Deer Hunters Be More Successful
- A Big Question For Deer Hunters: How Many Bucks?
- Third Rule For Managing Deer And Growing Big Bucks
- Second Rule For Managing Deer And Growing Big Bucks
- The First Rule Of Deer Management
- Creating A Great Hunting Location
- Maximize The Growing Season!
- Preparing For Summer: Ticks
- The Benefits Of Roller Crimping
- The Power Of Cover Crops
- Burning Is For The Birds!
- Gobbler Getting Decoy Strategies
- Internships And Experience
- How To Get Great Turkey Pictures
- Scouting and Early Season Success
- 4 Ways You Can Improve Your Turkey Hunting Footage
- Advanced Trail Camera Tactics
- Providing Minerals for Deer Herd Health
Click on a playlist below to see all the videos on that topic.
(Ep. 400, July 23rd, 2017) You can have better Deer Hunting by improving native vegetation! Here's an indepth look at TSI targeting Sassafras and ideas on how to open up the forest floor for native grasses and forbes. Then the first in a series of tips to get bow hunters tuned up for deer season. Plus, sharing a key hunting strategy for a property in Kentucky.
(Ep. 395, June 18th, 2017) Sharing food plot lessons learned and MORE tips on getting the best and most from food plots and native browse. It's an information packed video with tips for both beginners and veterans of food plots and habitat management.
(Ep. 387, April 23rd, 2017) Turkey Hunts with four (4) gobblers down! Feathers are flying! First up is young Griffin who shoots his first bird! Then a successful Kansas bow hunt after difficult weather conditions for Heath Martin. See the team of Brian Hill and Daniel Mallete work their decoy strategies to bring in the gobblers! The episode wraps up with advice for Louisiana land owners on how to improve their hunting property.
(Ep. 385, April 9th, 2017) First, an Easter greeting, then advice for a landowner in big farm country to improve his property for even bigger bucks and better hunting. See a few details of those recommendations and more on establishing spring food plots and improving wildlife habitat.
(Ep. 383, March 26th, 2017) Grant is switching shotguns and loads this year. See why he's changing! Then a new tool to quickly pattern gobblers with trail camera photos! Stay tuned to the end where tips are given to a land owner to improve his 70 acres of timbered hunting land!
(Ep. 363, November 6th, 2016) Deer hunting the family farm will never be the same! Years of planning and work pay off for Adam as he arrows a mature buck on his family land. Watch the story of the hunt then stay tuned to see Pops Woods as he doubles up on a fall turkey hunt.
(Ep. 360, October 16th, 2016) More daytime activity of bucks makes for great times in the deer stand! Watch the bucks put on a show in the food plot, then see Adam help out the plan to lower the deer population when he arrows a doe. Stay tuned for advice to a Georgia landowner on improving his hunting property.
(Ep. 355, September 11th, 2016) Getting boots on the ground and scouting for deer season! See the tips for scouting whitetails and the targeted strategies developed with this MRI. Plus, guiding a deer hunter on improvements for his hunting grounds!
(Ep. 346, July 10th, 2016) The best strategies for deer hunting include finding the limited resource during the hunting season. Watch to see how to identify the limited resources along with tips on how to transform pastureland for improved hunting. Stay tuned to the end to see a new hit list buck!
(Ep. 343, June 19th, 2016) A road trip to Delaware to offer advice to improve a 90 acre property for better deer hunting. Then, introducing a new tool for hunters to use this fall. The video ends with our annual tick survey! Stay tuned to see the results.
(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. 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. 223, March 2nd, 2014) New Whitetail Research, Food Plot Advice, Feral Hogs, Shed Antlers And A Piebald Deer!
(Ep. 191, July 21st, 2013) A Hunting Strategy For A Big Buck Plus Steps In Using Prescribed Fire For Bigger Deer
(Ep. 184, June 3rd, 2013) Habitat Management For More Nutrition: Less Food Plot Pressure
(Ep. 167, February 4th, 2013) Managing Wildlife for Better Hunting: Tips on Trapping and Habitat Design
(Ep. 144, August 27th, 2012) Selecting Bucks For The Hit List: The How and Why, Plus Tips for Hunting Fruit Trees
(Ep. 89, August 8th, 2011) Summer Prescribed Fire: Benefits for Whiteails
(Ep. 78, May 23rd, 2011) Deer Hunters are Deer Managers: The Deer Steward Short Course
(Ep. 40, August 30th, 2010) Hunters Gather At The Proving Grounds To Learn Deer Hunting Techniques
(Ep. 33, July 12th, 2010) How To Prevent Food Plot Browse Damage: Plus A Look At Native Species Deer Love
(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. 25, May 17th, 2010) Exciting Turkey Hunt Plus A Review Of The Prescribed Fire: How It Will Help Whitetails