This week we talk to Mark Huelsing with Exo Mountain gear. We talk with Mark about his experiences as a Midwesterner heading out to the mountains of the west for the first time. We talk a lot about nutrition on the mountain and what it takes to fuel you body and somewhat your spirit as the days wear on in the backcountry. Mark also takes us through his first pack out and the things that he would have done differently. This was a great and informational episode to record and if you would like more information on any of the things that we discussed in the episode check out Exomountaingear.com/nutrition or V2Pnutrition.com
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This week we talk to Greg Litzinger, a very accomplished archer on many fronts. Greg hunts primarily state land in the heavily pressured state of New Jersey and has had tremendous success. Greg also at one time struggled with target panic and, with the help of his coach, was able to not only over come it, but that process lead him to start shooting 3D where he has excelled and won many medals including the 2017 New Jersey State Champion. In this episode we discuss his hunting style, the use of mock scrapes, bow tips for preseason preparation, moon phases as well as his 2017 trip to Montana chasing elk.
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In this episode we are joined by Chad Ryker, host of the Rookies in the Backcountry podcast on the Sportsman’s Nation Podcast network. Chad’s Podcast attempts to answer all the questions any new hunter planning a backcountry hunt may have. During this podcast we discus Chads plans for his upcoming Colorado elk hunt and the steps that he has taken to increase his odds for success. Chad is a great guy and we thoroughly enjoyed having him on the podcast.
Bowhunter Chronicles Podcast Episode 27: Precision Peeps with Bas Wolf
The week we talk to Bas Wolf creator of the Precision Peep sight, a new take on an old design. The Precision Peep creates two points of reference allowing for more precise shooting, quicker target acquisition and less steps to a quality shot process. Bas himself says that its not for everyone and if your shots are hitting where you intend every time, thats great, but if not you may want to check now of these out. Adam has been shooting one for about 3 months and has seen his groups drastically improve and has seen some changes that were needed. We just wanted to let our listeners know about his product as it was not something that we had seen prior to receiving one in the Bowhunter Box Club Box last year. You can check them out at http://www.precisionpeeps.com.
In this episode our own John Boersema walks us through what kind of person it takes to completely rebuild you brand new bow 30 days before the biggest hunt of your life. This podcast starts out a little technical but in the end we get into how anyone could go about getting into working on their own equipment at any level to improve not only their confidence and understanding of their equipment but also their performance with that equipment. Any of the questions you may have asked yourself quietly about why certain things are the way they are regarding archery, John does a pretty good job of explaining how things work together in this podcast.
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This week we get a chance to talk to Jared Van Hees of The Habitat Podcast about the basics of starting a food plot with whatever tools that you have at your disposal and how to make that food plot as effective as possible. Jared talks us through not only how to look at a property to maximize your ability to make your management work for you, but also how to make sure that all of your hard work is not wasted. We talk through the steps to ensure that the results from your food plot will be as good as mother nature will allow. We also talk about the practice of hinge cutting, and the different methods of doing so that will provide different advantages to both the deer and the landowner. Jared runs the webshow Outdoor Devotion, The Habitat Podcast an is also a featured hunter with Michigan Whitetail Pursuit.
In this weeks episode we talk with Trent Fisher from Born and Raised Outdoors. Trent talks with us on elk hunting tactics, the Born and Raised transition from DVD to TV then on to youtube. Trent also talk about his Role in their Land of the Free project from last year where he hunted for 53 days straight in 5 different states, as well as what to expect from this years Land of the Free Project 2.0 Trent s a great guest and an amazing guy and this podcast was a blast to record and we hope you all enjoy it. Be sure to check out all of the offerings from Born and Raises at https://www.bornandraisedoutdoors.com you will not regret it. If you like what we are doing and want to contribute to the show please consider checking out our Patreon page and becoming part of the community. http://bit.ly/BHCPatreon
This week we discuss the gear that we have acquired over the past few months as we continue to plan for our do it yourself over the counter elk hunt in Idaho. We discuss how our gear has been performing for us and any shortfalls in the gear that we are using or changes we have made along the way. We discuss things that we still need and to prepare for on this adventure and how the planning is going as a whole. I will link some of the items we discuss below.