Episode 324, February 7th, 2016
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(Ep. 324, February 7th, 2016) Fire is probably the #1 way to make most hunting properties more attractive to deer and turkey. Watch as we prepare to manage hundreds of acres of timber and native grass using prescribed fire! Plus: preparation for turkey season has begun! The team shares their new practice techniques for bow hunting turkeys in this video. WARNING: This might get you so excited you'll want to run out and drop a match - please don't. Get some training first.
(Ep. 320, January 10th, 2016) Bow hunting whitetails when Seth solves the pattern riddle to arrow a mature hit list buck. In the first bow hunt, Grant takes an opportunity to arrow a turkey. Then in another deer hunt Chase White has a doe down after the smoke clears! Stay tuned to the end for tips on trapping predators and dispatching a skunk.
(Ep. 305, September 27th, 2015) First week of bow season and the team chooses to hunt near a white oak that is dropping acorns. A big, mature buck shows up! The light is fading fast as they work to close the distance. Then on a later hunt a turkey walks into bow range that becomes Thanksgiving dinner!
(Ep. 299, August 17th, 2015) Deer hunters congregated at The Proving Grounds to hear expert tips, information and advice on everything from planting trees for tree plots, trapping predators, ballistics, using decoys, to food plots, prescribed fire use and tree stands at the 2015 Field Day event. This special feature length video shares an in-depth look at several of the presentations.
(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. 285, May 10th, 2015) Three (3) turkeys killed in these three hunts all because the hunters watched the birds behavior and changed their strategies: decoy placement, decoy type, calls, and location.
(Ep. 284, May 3rd, 2015) Three birds down in this video with memorable turkey hunts by Grandpa Woods, Lindsey Martin, and Richard Lee.
(Ep. 283, April 26th, 2015) This hunt has Adam and Grant scrambling to get in position for multiple gobblers! Calling the hen pulls one of the gobblers into range for a 45.3 yard shot on a real limb hanger! Then it's a Kansas road trip for Heath and Lindsey as they bow hunt Eastern/Rio hybirds.
(Ep. 282, April 19th, 2015) Special youth weekend for turkey hunting ends with four birds down and lots of good memories for these fathers and their kids!
(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. 277, March 15th, 2015) First long beard hunt of the season and it's a good one. Check out the limb-hanger hooks this Osceola strutter! Plus, tips for planting trees that will thrive!
(Ep. 276, March 8th, 2015) With a turkey hunting trip planned for south Florida the team starts preparing the gear: turkey calls, decoys, shotguns and a new turkey load! Plus, our neighbors are getting together to form a deer management co-op! See it all start to come together in this video. (start 7:04)
(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. 236, June 2nd, 2014) A Strutter Decoy And It's Game On As A Hen Brings In 2 Big Toms! Another Double Down!
(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. 233, May 12th, 2014) Turkey Hunting With Family And Friends Makes For Unforgettable Memories: A Triple Play For The Keith Brothers And AJ, Then A Single For Pops!
(Ep. 232, May 5th, 2014) Hunting Wild Turkey In Kentucky and Missouri: The 180 Hunt, Angry Beards, Fanning, And Foggy Fans
(Ep. 231, April 28th, 2014) Two Gobblers Down In Kansas, A Spring Food Plot Tip, Plus: How To Remove Meat From The Turkey
(Ep. 230, April 21st, 2014) The Woods Girls Double Down On A Pair Of Long Beards
(Ep. 229, April 14th, 2014) Alabama Turkey Hunt And How To Improve Pine Stands To Make A Wildlife Hot Spot, Plus: A First Long Beard For A Six Yr. Old Boy
(Ep. 228, April 7th, 2014) Early Season Archery Only Nebraska Turkey Hunt, Plus: How To Get Food Plots Off To The Best Start
(Ep. 227, March 31st, 2014) Tips For Using Trail Cameras To Pattern Strutting Gobblers, Plus: The Benefits Of Trace Minerals In Spring
(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. 185, June 10th, 2013) A Late Season Kansas Turkey Hunt; Plus Managing Food Plot Pests And Problems
(Ep. 182, May 20th, 2013) Tips For Better Food Plots Plus Adam Calls In a Real Limb Hanger!
(Ep. 181, May 13th, 2013) Roosted Toms Come In To The Call Plus: Tips For The Best Clover Food Plots
(Ep. 180, May 6th, 2013) Two Nebraska Toms Down, A Key Food Plot Tip, Then A Frosty Missouri Gobbler Struts His Stuff
(Ep. 179, April 29th, 2013) Fast And Furious Turkey Hunting Action! Long Spurs, Long Beards, Good Times!
(Ep. 178, April 22nd, 2013) Missouri Turkey Opener Plus Bow Hunting Kansas Rio's
(Ep. 177, April 15th, 2013) Patterning Shotguns And Turkeys Plus A Gobbler Down On The Youth Hunt
(Ep. 176, April 8th, 2013) Awesome Early Season Nebraska Turkey Hunt, Plus: DIY Tip For Easy TSI
(Ep. 128, May 7th, 2012) Chasing Kentucky Toms: Getting Close Enough
(Ep. 127, April 30th, 2012) A Gobble on a Far Ridge Gets Us Moving For a Fast Paced Turkey Hunt!
(Ep. 126, April 23rd, 2012) Unexpected Twists in the First Turkey Hunt of the Season, Plus Spring Food Plot Tips
(Ep. 124, April 9th, 2012) Lots of Gobblers In This Youth Hunt ...Plus Prescribed Fire - Spring Vs. Fall?
(Ep. 77, May 16th, 2011) Turkey Hunting Tips and Techniques: Mature Gobblers and New Equipment
(Ep. 76, May 9th, 2011) Mature Toms: Patience is Sweetly Rewarded!
(Ep. 75, May 2nd, 2011) A Trail of Feathers Then Getting A Gobbler Fired-Up
(Ep. 73, April 18th, 2011) Youth Turkey Hunt: First Gobbler. An exciting hunt with lots of action!
(Ep. 72, April 11th, 2011) Bow Hunting Wild Turkeys: 3 Tips from Lessons Learned
(Ep. 26, May 24th, 2010) Challenging and Exciting Times Chasing Long Beards
(Ep. 25, May 17th, 2010) Exciting Turkey Hunt Plus A Review Of The Prescribed Fire: How It Will Help Whitetails
(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. 21, April 19th, 2010) Passing Along The Tradition And Enjoyment of Hunting: Turkey Hunting With The Kids