Day one in our new Podcast Studio is bound to be interesting! We are in the process of making it the most uniquely decorated podcast studio to ever exist!! We are also making plans to make our first at Kudzu Bluff for this season so far! We also discuss the new Bushnell Cellucore cameras, the thought process of picking which stand to hunt, arguments over broken tines, and a few more subjects here and there!
We are wide open at Kudzu Bluff. This week, the main agenda is to get seed in the ground for all of our food plots, and hopefully slip a few afternoon hunts in throughout the week! Today's conversation includes an embarrassment story, old fishing tales, jon boats on the verge of sinking, Killing a buck 1/2 a mile away from where we were supposed to, and the ever hot topic of how important inches of antlers truly is.
Sam Soholt is a hunter and all around outdoorsman known mostly for his extensive work in promoting conservation of wildlife, wildlife habitat, and several reputable conservation organizations. In this episode, we talk about his most current program, Stamp It Forward, designed to spread awareness about the Federal Duck Stamp and raise money for waterfowl and wetland conservation as well. Sam always makes for a fun conversation so don't miss it!
The team has fully returned from elk season and has managed to do so in one piece! We sit down to discuss, in further detail, the remaining untold stories from elk country. Among these stories, include tales of bear spray, bull elk at less than 10 yards, trying to hunt around recreational campers, and the impressive hiking abilities of Wilbur Primos. Lastly, we look ahead to the upcoming days at Kudzu bluff as we prepare for the quickly approaching deer season.
The whole team is out elk hunting. All of us are scattered across New Mexico and Arizona. In this episode, I do my best to give a detailed update on everything that has taken place so far. There's been some close calls, some bad decisions, scattered success, and several lessons learned. Enjoy!
To many of us, September is viewed as the kick off of hunting season! For those of us in the southeast, it's usually brought to us by a dove shoot or two. For some, it's heading to the mountains to hunt mule deer, antelope, or elk. Whatever your situation may be, I think we can all agree that we are happy that hunting is back in our lives! Join us for this conversation as we talk about shooting doves, swatting mosquitos, preparing to head to elk country, deer season preparations, and a few more odds and ends!
When most of us think of duck hunting, we think of the Mississippi River, the Prairies of the Dakotas, Saskatchewan, or maybe Argentina if we're feeling real adventurous. Ramsey Russell has spent his life duck hunting and collecting experiences in areas that never cross our minds in terms of chasing waterfowl. The Netherlands, Russia, Peru, Africa, Iran, you name it, and he has been there. This was an incredibly interesting conversation with stories from a man that has truly seen the world. Check it out!!
We are getting so close to the kick off of the 2021/2022 Fall hunting season! In this episode we talk about the southern social event of dove hunting, how it is an unforgivable sin to break a dove hunting tradition, the rare occurrence of Brad coming to help us out at Kudzu Bluff, a new "zoo" project on the near horizon, and answer some listener submitted questions about food plot planting and arrow spines!
We are back after our first full week back at Kudzu Bluff, and it was all about focussing on the small victories (emphasis on small). We learned that we aren't very good mechanics, and that a can of WD40 is worth its weight in gold. We also touch on why we left Cottonmouth, the dangers of handling a skunk indoors, why wrenches are so hard to keep up with, and much more. Check it out!!
What are some of the biggest key factors in having a successful deer season? If you were to ask us, we would without hesitation tell you that it's the amount of time and work put in before the season even starts. This week, Jordan I discuss the pre-season preparation we will be doing for our second year at Kudzu Bluff. There are so many factors to consider; what we learned from last year, food plots to be planted this year, new stand sights, new areas to hunt that we missed in the first fall, and so much more. We've learned that it takes time to learn a new place. Hopefully ya'll can learn with us, and take some of what we've learned and apply to your own situation. Either way, this is one way to get excited for the upcoming fall!