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Bucks or Birds?

Bucks or Birds?

November 17, 2022

Lake and Jordan discuss their two most recent hunting trips. Jordan took to the Midwest for highly sought after whitetail rut. Lake headed to the North woods for ruffed grouse, pheasant, and a chance to run his dog. Thankfully, both were successful and came back with stories to tell! 

Logan Stark- The Triple 7 Project

Logan Stark- The Triple 7 Project

November 2, 2022

Logan Stark is the Producer of Content at Black Rifle Coffee Company and is in charge of the creation and dissemination of social media content. He served in the United States Marine Corps as a Scout Sniper. He went on to multiple deployments, including serving in Afghanistan. Logan is going to be part of a project called, Triple 7, which is a 7-day journey across 7 continents to raise funds in support of the children of special operations soldiers who gave their lives on the battlefield and our combat veterans who have been severely wounded or require transition assistance. To donate to the cause visit triple7.givesmart.com

 
The Good, The Bald, & The Ugly

The Good, The Bald, & The Ugly

October 26, 2022

Jordan Blissett returns to the podcast to talk about food plot planting, rain at extreme ends of the spectrum, bow hunting in Kansas, the upside to having a light-weight tree stand, and the decision to go bald. Check it out! 

The Capital Of The Outdoors?

The Capital Of The Outdoors?

October 20, 2022

Ricky Mathews is the host of Coast Vue and Supertalk Outdoors. He is also the former president and publisher of three gulfcoast newspapers, one of which he led to a Pulitzer Gold Medal in 2006 for their work and coverage of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Topics discussed include the capital of the outdoors, fishing off the gulf coast of Mississippi, Deer hunting in the MS Delta, and much more. Check it out!  

A Preliminary Quail Conversation- with Dr. Craig Harper

A Preliminary Quail Conversation- with Dr. Craig Harper

October 12, 2022

Dr. Craig Harper is a wildlife biologist and professor of wildlife management. He is an extremely knowledgable person on wildlife, wildlife habitat, and most importantly for this episode's sake, Bobwhite quail. As I eluded to last week, we are planning an in depth episode series on quail in the south/southeast. Think of this episode as a preliminary conversation to peak your interest and start thinking more about quail. 

A Hunting Camp With No Name

A Hunting Camp With No Name

October 5, 2022

Lake and Brad recorded this episode from the camp house of the new Primos hunting camp. Topics discussed include names for the place, planting food plots, hunting potential for the first year, whether or not planting food plots are worth it if you hunt over bait, how to organize your property on onX and much more. Check it out! 

A Near Elk Experience

A Near Elk Experience

September 28, 2022

Garrett Grey is a Primos Hunting employee of over seven years. Having Focussed his time on product development and management, he and Lake sit down to discuss his latest trip to elk country with the Primos team to see how some of these new calls work in the field. They also discuss what it's like hunting with the team for the first time, the intricacies of setting up for an archery elk shot, packing out elk, wind frustrations, and a whole lot more. Check it out!

The Most Wonderful Time of Year

The Most Wonderful Time of Year

September 21, 2022

Brad and Lake discuss their last week and half spent in the mountains of New Mexico. It has been an action packed time to say the least. We talk about the different phases of the elk rut and how that changes your strategy, choosing which shot angle to take, pack outs, water holes, and much more! 

The Good, The Bad, and The Whitetails

The Good, The Bad, and The Whitetails

September 14, 2022

William McKinley is the deer program coordinator for the state of Mississippi. We discuss the upcoming velvet season in great detail. The reasoning they had for instating it, The current state of baiting and CWD, and much more. check it out! 

Water

Water

September 6, 2022

There are so many things going on in the world today that impact hunting, fishing, conservation, and really the natural world as we know it. Today we discuss alligator hunting seasons, the Pearl River hitting flood stage, the massive amount of land loss due to climate change in coastal Louisiana, and a whole lot more. We also discuss two key areas to focus your efforts on before deer season opens up in the southeast. 

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