Brent Henderson is the author of the newly released book, The Roar Within, which is a book that confidently charges at the subject of Men finding their purpose. Through his vast amount of experiences in the outdoors and just life in general, Brent has become a very credible source of knowledge on the many of the struggles men face today. This week, we have a long conversation about the book, and more importantly, about some of the most common and deadly traps men are likely to fall into.
We traveled up to Starkville, Mississippi to have a conversation with Brad Cumbest and Houston Harding, who are both members of the Mississippi State baseball team. With the win of the 2021 college world series only a few days old, we wanted to get a first take from these guys what the whole experience was like. As luck would have it, both of them are also outdoorsmen, so we made sure to work a little bit of hunting and fishing into the conversation.
We would also like to extend a special thanks to Owen's Outfitters for allowing us to use their store as a place to record.
Last week Lake, Jordan, and Brad had an encounter with a timber rattlesnake in the middle of the woods. the situation resulted in a quick iPhone video of the snake and the guys explaining that they don't kill snakes when they stumble up on them in the woods. After sharing this on our social media, we stirred up an unintentional firestorm of comments, arguments, and heated debates on whether or not the snake should've killed. That what led us to contacting Terry Vandeventer, who is a herpetologist and one of the most knowledgable and outspoken educators on the subject of snakes.
This features a story of one of the most bad-luck filled days of hunting we have ever heard of, tales of old Truth videos, Jordan begging for an iron-on shirt patch at a local hardware store, the importance of using the correct archery pin, and a whole lot more. Check it out!
Chip Henderson is the senior pastor of Pinelake church, an avid bowhunter, and most importantly, a father. He shares the story of his son, Regan, killing an absolutely giant buck with his bow. Most importantly, he shares how Regan's journey to becoming a bow hunter began, and the significance it had in their relationship as father and son.
We decided to revisit one of our most popular podcast topics from last year! This whole episode is based around the funniest and craziest things that happen within the Primos Hunting crew that you've never heard about before. One thing is for sure, you won't be short a laugh! This is Embarrassment: Part 2! What we want from you is for you to send us your best stories from the field! Starting next week we'll start sharing user submitted stories every week! Please submit all of them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Marcus Lashley is a wildlife biologist and ecologist, that has done extensive work dealing with wildlife management, wildlife conservation, conservation biology, disturbance ecology, and much more. In this episode we focus on the practice of trapping and habitat improvement, and how both correlate with wildlife management.
Aaron Warbritton is well-known hunter and conservationist, most widely recognized for his work with The Hunting Public on YouTube. In this episode we talk with Aaron about the most recent fundraiser they put on to raise money to start up a research project that will be headed up by Dr. Mike Chamberlain, otherwise known as the Wild Turkey Doctor. We also take the conversation into deeper detail for the reasoning of the fundraiser and the growing concern about wild turkey populations.
This episode is bittersweet. We discuss the ending of the Mississippi turkeys season, as well as our latest trip to Iowa. The midwest has becoming a team favorite in the past few years. The amount of turkeys we're able to see and hear is nothing short of remarkable. This year's trip came with a little bit of twist, with Jordan drawing a muzzleloading shotgun tag. As always, a huge thanks to our friend Tommy Nails with Whiskey Ridge Hunts for putting up with us and giving us a great time!
This episode contains a turkey tale that took place this very morning, with Brad and Jordan. We also cover the hunting action from Kudzu Bluff last week, and pick apart the factors that made each hunt work. We talk specifically about the dangers of yelping to a turkey that's within eyesight. Lastly, we talk about our plans for heading west, and our strange addiction with turkeys that most folks probably wouldn't understand.