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.
Full-time song writers and passionate outdoorsmen are words that accurately describe Dan and Reid of The Brothers Hunt. These two boys have a story worth telling and definitely worth you listening to. From having the desire to make it as songwriters in Nashville, living a in small houseboat to make ends meet, and finding time to hunt during all the madness. We talk about setting goals, life on the road, making backstrap poppers from roadkill deer, buck shaming,whether or not shooting a jake is okay, and much more. This episode isn't short on stories or laughs. Check it out!
With it being the week before Father's Day, we wanted to do something special. Father's In The Field is an organization that specifically targets fatherless boys. Their mission is to rekindle and establish the spirit of boys who have been abandoned by their fathers; mentoring them one-on-one in life skills through outdoor activities, and by sharing a Christian understanding of our Heavenly Father’s love and sacrifice for His children. In this episode, we talk with FitT founder, John Smithbaker, about his story and heart for reaching fatherless boys all across this country.
Sadly, turkey season has come to an end, so it's time to kick off the line of Summer 2020 podcasts. This week Jordan and Lake will be taking a walk down memory lane; talking about some of their earliest experiences with hunting. Everything from deer drives with three-wheelers and rock-filled jugs to backyard wrestling matches are covered in this conversation. If you're looking for a lot of laughs and maybe a little incite, this is the podcast episode for you!
This podcast episode is way different than any of the one's we've ever done. It's real. It's honest, and I promise it's worth a listen. In hunting scenarios, in global pandemic scenarios, or just in life scenarios we will face hardships. What's important is how we deal with them.
Turkey hunting in the Midwest is has become one of our favorite trips of the spring. They grow them big in this region of the country and they like to gobble long and often. In this episode, we talk with our friend Tommy Nails, of Whiskey Ridge Hunts, who has been guiding deer and turkey hunts here for over 20 years. We talk about some of the key differences between turkey hunting here as opposed to turkey hunting in the Southeast. We also talk about the hunts we had this week and what we did to end up successful.
Lake talks with Professor Mike Chamberlain about the potential implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic on wild turkey populations, especially in the Southeast. It's no secret that all of us here love turkey hunting. So naturally, we want do our best to ensure the availability of good turkey hunting in the future.
Every turkey hunter knows what its like to experience a streak of bad luck. Well, we had a whole week of it! In this episode we talk about about a Mishap filled week where we did nothing but get whipped day in and day out! It was entertaining to say the least! So come join us and for a few hard-learned lessons and maybe get a laugh or two at our expense!