September 9, 2020
We are answering listener questions on this show about various subjects around hunting like clover food plot establishment, deer sexual segregation, and of course...how we approach emergencies of the fecal kind while hunting.
September 4, 2020
This week we are discussing fall food plot plantings. Specifically we cover what you should plant, how tow plant it, and when to plant it.
August 20, 2020
We are unpacking the top points Dr. Haus made during our interview last week and applying them to our current hunting situations. If you haven't yet, listen to episode 108 prior, as we interview Dr. Jacob Haus about research he did on collared mature bucks on public hunting land!
August 11, 2020
Dr. Jacob Haus of Bemidji State University joins us to share findings from his graduate research on collared mature bucks on a public hunting area in Maryland. Jacob shares a wealth of knowledge through his observations of real world public land deer movement and answers such questions as why are some bucks so hard to kill? Do bucks choose travel routes based on wind direction? Do bucks bed in the same place repeatedly? Are some bucks unkillable?
August 6, 2020
This week we are catching up after several weeks away from our normal updates. Moriah shares the stories of his recent fishing trip to northern Michigan and Mark discusses his family farm hunting setups and recent work trip to the farm!
July 29, 2020
Our deer hunting 101 short course was designed for the first time deer hunter or someone interested in the sport. This is the second part of the two part series and we cover topics such as finding a place to hunt, picking a hunting spot, where to shoot a deer, recovering a deer after the shot, and processing venison.
July 21, 2020
This is an introductory course on the basics of deer hunting. Today we describe how state agencies manage hunting seasons, how you can become licensed to hunt, and what equipment you will need. Part two covers how you can find hunting spots, shot placement, and meat care.
July 17, 2020
As habitat managers we frequently make recommendations and choices based on providing habitat characteristics similar to "natural conditions." Today we discuss exactly what is natural across the East and whether this should change the way you approach management decisions on your property.
July 9, 2020
This week we are discussing our favorite types of fishing and fishing trips we would like to take in the future. We also discuss past memories from research and discuss Moriah's recent move to the midwest.