In this episode, we help take your coffee game to the next level. Join Editor Christian Berg and Michael R. Shea from Black Rifle Coffee Co. as they discuss everything from better brewing methods to bowhunting velvet whitetails, shooting squirrels and stalking black bears.
It's opening week of whitetail season in Kentucky, and we've gathered at Brantley Outdoors for #RealtreeBowCamp2020. Outfitter Will Brantley and Realtree's Bobby Redfern join Editor Christian Berg to discuss early-season whitetail tactics and Realtree's new Excape camouflage pattern.
Scent control is arguably the most important factor for consistent bowhunting success. In this episode, we interview Aaron Ambur from ScentLok and discuss ways to develop a comprehensive scent-control system that will lead to more opportunities in the field.
Sooner or later, every bowhunter is going to have difficulty recovering an animal. When the blood trail runs dry, a tracking dog may be your best hope. In this episode, Editor Christian Berg is joined by tracker Damon Bungard of Tennessee and his dog Jaeger to discuss the details of tracking wounded game and what bowhunters should do before calling for help.
In this epsiode, we talk giant whitetails with Reed Whiting, Corbin Millard and Caleb Millard from Big Buck Down Outfitters in Iowa. Learn why Iowa consistently produces some of the biggest bucks in America, and why consistently killing them isn't as easy as you might think.
Summer is prime time for scouting whitetails, and there's no better tool for doing just that than a trail camera. In this episode, Moultrie's Reagan Renfroe discusses the latest enhancements to the company's Moultrie Mobile cellular platform, including new hardware, an upgraded management app and new, lower-cost unlimited data options.
Antelope season is just around the corner. Editor Christian Berg and Field Editor Eddie Claypool get you ready for the prairie with a ton of practical advice to help fill your pronghorn tag this year or start planning your 2021 speed-goat adventure. From top pronghorn states to scouting and in-the-field strategies, this episode is a much listen for speed goat aficionados.
Stabilizers are a critical component of your bow setup, yet these accessories are often overlooked by bowhunters. In this episode, accomplished Western bowhunter Jace Bauserman joins Editor Christian Berg to discuss various types of stabilizers, how to set them up and why they are so important for maximizing your accuracy in the field, particularly on long-range shots.
Bowtech Pro Paige Pearce and Hoyt Pro Tate Morgan are two of the world's best target shooters. They are also passionate bowhunters and together form a true archery power couple. Back in January, Morgan won the men's compound division of the Sydney Indoor Archery Festival in Australia. And in February, Pearce took gold at The Vegas Shoot in Nevada, adding arguably the world's most prestigious title to an already impressive resume for the world's No. 3 ranked compound female. In this episode, Pearce and Morgan join Editor Christian Berg to discuss their recent success, share some exciting bowhunting adventures and talk about how they have trained during the coronavirus pandemic in an effort to return to competition even better than ever.
One of the best ways to improve your shooting accuracy is to increase the distance of your practice sessions. Getting comfortable with long-range shooting over the summer will make shorter shots on game this fall feel like a breeze. In this episode, Spot Hogg's Cabe Johnson joins Editor Christian Berg with tips for increasing your bow's maximum shooting range and touches on important long-range shooting considerations from sight selection and adjustment to peep sight configuration, anchor point, bow grip, broadhead practice and more.
Bowhunting the West is awesome, but securing coveted tags for elk, mule deer, antelope and other big-game species can be a real challenge. In this episode, Eric Pawlak, director of the TAGS program at Worldwide Trophy Adventures, joins Editor Christian Berg to explain how Western big-game license draws work and offer advice for how you can be more successful at obtaining permits for some great backcountry adventures!
What if you could create food plots that cost you less to build, provided more nutrition to deer and other wildlife and helped improve the long-term quality of your soil? Well, you can! In this episode, Whitetails columnist and certified wildlife biologist Jason Snavely joins editor Christian Berg to discuss exciting new food-plot methods and the growing "regenerative wildlife agriculture" movement.
Turkey season is upon, but our minds are never far from deer season. In this episode, expert big-woods bowhunter Beau Martonik talks about how to bag some birds and prepare for fall whitetail hunting at the same time. From online scouting using aerial photos and topographic maps to boots-on-the-ground reconnaissance, Martonik offers some great advice for finding more success in the vast expanses of timber commonly found throughout the Appalachian range.
The surest path to better deer and turkey hunting is better habitat! In this episode, nationally acclaimed wildlife biologist, avid bowhunter and Growing Deer TV host Dr. Grant Woods talks about how you can improve your deer and turkey hunting through food plots, timber management, predator trapping and more. Grant also talks about his new Prime Black 5 bow and key considerations for broadhead selection.
The 2020 spring turkey season is upon us, and we're here to help you bag your bow bird! World-champion turkey caller Matt Morrett and Double Bull Blinds co-founder Brooks Johnson join Editor Christian Berg to discuss everything from pre-season scouting and blind setup to calling, decoy use, reading a bird's body language, broadhead selection, shot placement and more.
In this episode, world-class archer and bowhunter Randy Ulmer joins Editor Christian Berg to share his top shooting tips. Randy shares details of his personal shooting regimen and how you can use his methods to improve your own accuracy and even overcome target panic.
The coronavirus has hit American society like a ton of bricks, and even bowhunters are feeling the pain. Ralph Cianciarulo from Archer's Choice Media joins Editor Christian Berg to discuss how they are dealing with the unprecedented disruptions caused by the virus and why bowhunting and the outdoors are more important now than ever.
Saddle hunting is one of the hottest trends in bowhunting, and if you've ever thought about joining the tree-saddle craze, this episode is for you! Greg Godfrey, co-owner of Tethrd saddles, joins Editor Christian Berg to discuss the ins and out of saddle-hunting equipment, proper saddle setup and the many advantages saddles offer to whitetail hunters.
Mossy Oak's Jake Meyer has had a lifelong love affair with archery. Since the age of 12, Meyer has been bowhunting and competing in archery tournaments alongside the best in the business. In this episode, Meyer discusses his 2019 whitetail exploits across the Midwest, shares his thoughts about the value of bowhunters participating in 3-D archery and offers some insights about the latest developments at Mossy Oak, an iconic brand that has been leading the way in camouflage innovation and promoting the outdoor lifestyle for more than three decades.