Today Jordan and Lake are discussing the ever important subject of stand access. It is not overstating to say that this can easily make or break a hunt, and it is absolutely crucial to finding consistent success. So we do our best to cover the topic in depth. Other subjects discussed include Jordan trying to pull X-games moves on the tractor, and we also answer a very applicable question sent in by a listener.
We're still trying to wade our way through the unexpected twists and turns that this unorthodox year has thrown at us. between untimely hurricanes and head-high kudzu we've met some new challenges but still remain optimistic! We also dive into some questions sent in by listeners that are very applicable to early season hunting!
Our friend Michael Hunter is back for round two with the STL Podcast. We discuss the challenges of operating a restaurant during a pandemic, rehash old stories of deboning deer legs in front of a vegan protests, and most importantly, we talk about his new cookbook that is coming out soon! Talking about cooking and wild foods is always a fun conversation and Michael is the perfect guest for it! Check it out!
We went into the mountains in the search of bull elk and came back with some stories worth filling your ears with. Join us as we pick apart the wild adventure that makes up time spent in elk country! We discuss having a bull elk at 2 yards, Wilbur's intense calling style, smelling a rutty elk for the first time, and much more! Check it out!
We got the chance to sit down with Country Music Artist, Jon Langston, to talk hunting, the path to a music career, the acceptable number of doves to miss, pandemic struggles, killing backyard gobblers, and much more! Jon is a great guy and gave us a great conversation! Check it out!
Dove Season is this upcoming weekend. Bow season for whitetails is right at a month away. We are so close to fall hunting season in the South being in full-swing that it's hard to contain our excitement. We talk about dove fields, finding new hunting spots, pre-season scouting, indicators that the spot you found is good or bad, Red Lobster biscuits, and much more. Check it out!
Ted Nugent is not only one of the most notable faces in the hunting community, he is also one of the most passionate and driven individuals when it comes to the subject of protecting hunting rights and the values our country was founded on. In this episode, we talk about EVERYTHING; bow hunting, Fred Bear, controversial game laws, the riots going on, finding solace and release in the woods, and much more. I can promise you that this is an episode you'll want to lean into. Check it out!
We drove so far south in the state of Louisiana that the world stopped and the water started. We spent a full day in the marshes, trying our best to catch speckled trout, red fish, and anything else that we could get to bite. It was an incredible day of fishing thanks to our friend, Travis Lovell, of Reelin Good Charters. Travis has spent his entire life fishing in the bayous of Southern Louisiana, so to say he was able to give us an insightful conversation about how to successfully fish that area would be an understatement.
One way to beat the heat and boredom that can sometimes set in during the summer months is to hit the water. Jordan and I collectively regroup after a weekend of fishing in the gulf; discussing things such as shark phobia, wade fishing, stingrays cruising by your ankles, and sight fishing triple tails. Most importantly however, we talk about a upcoming fishing trip to South Louisiana with Jimmy and my dad.
A lot of topics topics are covered in this weeks STL Podcast. Fishing competitions with your buddies, whether or not front-boating should be illegal, successfully popping wheelies on a tractor, and getting trail camera pictures of bucks in the pre-season are all part of this episode. As always, we're not short on good stories and laughs, so check it out!!