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!!
Jordan and I decided to go back over some of the previous hunting seasons and pick out the most embarrassing/funny stories that never quite made it to video. Some of these things happened when the camera wasn't running, some of them got lost in the editing process, and some of them were just so embarrassing at the time that we just didn't want anyone to know what happened. Needless to say, I don't think either of us have laughed this hard during a podcast episode. Enjoy!
Dr. Robbie Kroger is the founder and mind behind Blood Origins, a nonprofit organization with the mission of sharing the truth around hunting through story telling. In this episode, we dive into deep detail of the subject; how and why this organization came about, the challenges hunting faces around the globe, the heyday of hunting in Africa, the New Zealand Tahr situation, Ricky Gervais's views on trophy hunting. There is no stone left unturned in this conversation, so check it out!
Maycee Barber is the #10 ranked fighter in the UFC flyweight division. She is also someone who loves to hunt, and simply just enjoys the outdoors. This conversation was both fun and incredibly interesting. It's one of those that you do not want to miss. We talk about all kinds of things including girl scout cookies, punching people in the face for a living, what it's like growing up in a hunting family, and getting ready for an archery elk hunt this upcoming September! Check it out!
Logan Cooke is a punter for the Jacksonville Jaguars, a former Mississippi State football player, a Mississippi native, and of course, an avid outdoorsman. One of our favorite things to do on this show is find people who have an interesting story to tell, and Logan is exactly that. Join us for a fun conversation that includes NFL football, public land hunting, the COVID-19 pandemic, duck hunting in Florida, iguanas, helicopter nurses, and much more!
Matt Branch is a family man, a form LSU football player, an avid outdoorsman, and a survivor of a nearly fatal gunshot wound that happened accidentally while duck hunting. This is podcast is a story about gun safety, but its mainly a story about survival, determination, and perseverance. There's a whole lot to learn in Matt's story about how to respond to adversity.