The Hunting Public is not only one of the most popular names in the hunting world right now, they are also some of the absolute best when it comes consistently finding and killing turkeys on public land. On this week's episode we talk with Aaron Warbritton and Greg Clements from THP to discuss some of the methods they use that make them so efficient at killing turkeys. Don't miss this episode!
Last Spring Jordan and I had the pleasure of turkey hunting with Dave for a few days in Wisconsin. We finally got to catch back up with him at the 2020 NWTF convention and breakdown that hunt from start to finish. We also dive into great detail about some of the things we noticed that Dave does that play a huge part in his consistent success. This is the type of episode that every turkey hunter can benefit from so check it out!! Also check out the Pinhoti Project on Youtube!
turkey calls, coyote howlers, owl hooters, peacocks, pileated woodpeckers, such and so on. There are a million different sounds that have made claim to being able to make a turkey gobble. In this episode we talk about new calls and gear that we are excited to have out this spring. We also talk about the NWTF convention coming up at the end of this week!! Join us!
Deer season is officially over for us, so we have officially shifted gears towards spring turkey hunting. Join us for this episode as we relive past hunts, talk about plans for this spring, the upcoming NWTF convention, favorite regions for hunting turkeys, and how excited we are to finally be getting back to chasing gobbling turkeys!
Deer season is coming to a quick close. With Cottonmouth being shutdown from the high water, we are headed to high ground for one more deer trip. Our hopes are to end the season on a much-needed high note. We also spend time talking about this past deer season as a whole, discussing in detail, everything that made it the hardest season we have ever faced.
Despite how much we had all hoped for a good river year, once again the mighty Mississippi River is on the rise. So far at Cottonmouth we have pretty much lost all of our property in LA, the MS portion is cutoff unless you use a boat, and we are days away from the season shutting down in Arkansas. We have one afternoon left to hunt before we have to pack up and head to higher ground. Join us as we talk about the daily struggles of high water and also answer some questions sent in by listeners.
For many waterfowl hunters, seeing mallards cup their wings and fall through the timber into their duck hole is the ultimate goal. In this weeks episode, we talk to two of the most passionate and knowledgeable waterfowl hunters that we know to discuss the ins and outs of successfully getting on ducks in the timber. topics covered include: scouting, identifying holes that are ideal for ducks to land in easily, calling, decoys, setting up for the wind, new and stale ducks, and much more. This is an excellent episode that you do not want to miss.
Cottonmouth in January tends to be a happening place. This year, however, is a little unorthodox. The Deer movement is at a low, but the ducks are here in high numbers. We talk about hunting plans for the rest of the month. We also dive fully into the subject of trash ducks. Where did this term come from, and why we so strongly disagree with it.
"How do I get in to the hunting industry?" is probably the most commonly asked question that we get. Ben Brettingen, Executive Producer and Head of Marketing for Primos Hunting, and myself dive into each of our individual stories of how we got started in the industry. We go at this topic in full detail covering, filming, photography, how to get your name out there, who to reach out to, internship opportunities to look into, etc. If you are wanting to get in to the industry, This podcast could very helpful to you.
Jordan and I sit discuss the difference seen between deer and rutting activity between Cottonmouth and Togo Island over the past two weeks. We dissect different hunts, talk about why we haven't been seeing many deer in the food plots, the difference between a young buck tending a doe vs an old buck. Most interestingly, we talk about the ever developing effects from the flood, including one effect that might actually be a positive. Check it out!