On this weeks episode we talk with Adam Lewis owner of Sound Barrier about his 3 buck season. Adam killed to great bucks this year on Michigan public land and then killed a third down in Ohio. Adam walks us through how he uses his background in scientific method to break down which spots to hunt and when. We talk about his research in the capabilities of deer hearing, trail cams and our failed attempts at elk hunting. You can check out his blog as well as Sound Barriers line of sound deadening wraps at www.soundbarrierhunting.com
On this weeks episode Adam, John and Frank answer some listener questions on late season tactics, how they carried their stands and sticks this year, bino harness overview and they round it out with a disturbing story from Franks past as garbage man.
On this weeks podcast Adam and John go through the details of Adam successful Michigan public land hunt in which he was able to harvest a beautiful 10 point weighing in at 182 pounds after field dressing. The hunt takes place on the edge of the marsh that Adam has some history with but hadn’t hunted in many years. Topics discussed in this podcast include Michigan CWD regulations, Aging deer conspiracy theories, Scents and calling amongst other ramblings
This week we talk to Taylor Chamberlin, the subject of the recent First Lite Film in City Limits. Taylor hunts in the urban areas of the Washington D.C. suburbs and surrounding areas, where he is able to hunt nearly year round and harvest unlimited numbers of white-tailed deer. We discuss the strategies used to harvest deer in urban areas, recommendations on hunting literature, advances in saddle hunting technology, shot process as well venison recipes. Taylor is definitely living a bowhunters dream as he harvests deer in the backyards of million dollars homes, almost on a daily basis.
On this weeks podcast Adam, his brother Drew and Uncle Frank rehash their experiences at the family deer camp on the trip up this bow season. Both Adam and Drew were able to harvest deer, on the same day their other brother Dustin harvested a mule deer in South Dakota. All three Miller boys harvested deer on the same day for the first time in their lives, a special day indeed. Uncle Frank weighs in on his thoughts of TV hunters as well as his time in camp and talks about some of his past hunts.
The deer we shot this season at camp were not the caliber of deer that social media tells you that you are supposed to shoot, however we had the most successful hunt we have had in years and our freezers are full because of it. We had a great hunt with family and friends, drank some beer, shot some deer and couldn’t be happier.
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On this weeks podcast we speak to Todd Pringnitz President of White Knuckle Productions. Besides creating White knuckle productions from the ground up Todd also has been involved in the design of many of the industries finest products such as the Wicked line of tree saws as well as his newest creation the Tree Thrasher.
Todd also happens to be a bowhunting fanatic and has focused his passion on killing very old very mature bucks. Now Todd does this mainly on his small farm in Iowa but he cut his teeth hunting the same public lands many of you have hunted here in Michigan. Todd just so happens to be from the West Michigan area, and hunted some of the areas that John and I still hunt to this day. Todd is a great guy and we can’t wait to see what else he has in store for this season. Be sure to follow along at www.whiteknuckleproductions.com
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On this weeks episode we had the opportunity to speak with Brian Dagen of the Michigan Deer Tracking Network. Brian and his dog Mack comprise Whitehall Wounded Game Recovery, service that uses tracking dogs to help hunters recover wounded whitetails. We discuss the ins an outs of what using dogs to recover a poorly hit animal, how these dogs are trained, things hunters can expect when contacting a tracker and also things hunters can do to maximize their chance at recovering an animal in the event they do need to call in a tracking dog.
This week we spoke with Curtis Zabel from Behind the Bow. Curtis is a passionate public land bowhunter from Wisconsin who is also passionate about videography and film making, and telling a story in particular. A great example of this can be seen in his film from last year Life of a Public land Bowhunter. We talk about the passion for bowhunting in a state like Wisconsin with a rich tradition of firearm hunting, the tactics he uses to harvest mature buck on public ground. We also talk about his recent antelope hunt in South Dakota, which can be seen in this years file Lope Country, with friend, business partner and former Marine Skylar Sommers. The other topics covered include accessing public lands, the trials and tribulations of filming, and their annual film contest. You can check out their films of this on the Behind the Bow Youtube channel Linked below. Also check out their webpage/blog for more information https://www.btbhunting.com
In this weeks episode we breakdown the ins and out of the gear that we brought with us on the trip out west. We go over what worked well, what didn’t and things we would change about our gear going forwards. Overall for a first go at it I think we were happy with our gear selections with slight changes here and there.
This week we talk to Shawn Walters from Silent Approach, about his line of lightweight, strap on tree steps. The Silent Approach climbing system consists of 12 steps weighing in at around 6 pounds with their carrying case and will allow you to climb to heights at or around 20 feet. They are a very cool product, that is a new take at an old design. We talk about the different climbing methods and their pros and cons as well as the benefits, real or perceived of having a super light setup. Overall it was a fun podcast to record, Shawn is a great guy so if you are in the market for some new climbing equipment or looking to go super light, these may just be what you are after.