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Stories about hunters and the big bucks they harvested. The host of the Drop-Tine Report is outdoor writer, Tracy Breen. Tracy has spent the last twenty years writing for hunting magazines including Buckmasters, North American Whitetail, Outdoor Life, Petersen’s Bowhunting, and Bowhunting World and Whitetail News. Charlie Alshiemer from Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine called Breen one of the most inspirational outdoor writers in the industry. Breen also handles marketing and PR for many compani ...
 
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On this episode of the Drop-Tine Report podcast, North American Whitetail Magazine’s former Editor-in-Chief, Gordon Whittington discusses world record whitetails including the Milo Hanson buck. He also talks about his career at North American Whitetail,and how the whitetail industry has changed over the last several decades. Listen by clicking the …
 
David Slaybaugh is a member of a hunting club in Virginia that receives a lot of deer hunting pressure. In fact some of the members of the club hunt deer with dogs. Hunting pressure caused one large buck to only move at night. In this episode David talks about all the steps he took to get a shot at this buck during daylight. A last minute food plot…
 
In this episode, Corey Richmond talks about a 220-inch monster buck he shot in Ohio a few weeks ago. This crazy non-typical buck has an enormous amount of mass and plenty of character. During the interview, Corey talks about how he waited for the perfect wind before hunting. The night he killed the buck was the first time he climbed into the treest…
 
On this episode of the Drop-Tine Report podcast, author and seminar speaker John Eberhart discusses the advantages of hunting from a tree saddle instead of from a treestand. Eberhart has killed countless record book bucks on public land that he wouldn’t have killed if he was hunting from a treestand. He highlights some of his successful hunts and e…
 
On this episode of the Drop-Tine Report podcast, outdoor writer Richard P. Smith discusses how to harvest mature bucks on large parcels of public land. Richard has spent his life chasing big woods bucks in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Smith discusses the controversial Mitch Rompola buck and why he believes the Rompola buck was a world record bu…
 
In December of 2018, Mark Watson killed the second largest non-typical buck ever taken in the state of Kansas by a hunter. In this interview, he discusses how he and his brother chased the buck for three years, mowed down corn rows with a zero-turn mower, and built a custom blind in an effort to outsmart the monster buck. After working hard for thr…
 
On this episode of the Drop-Tine Report, Jeff Budz talks about killing 10 longbeards in 10 states over the course of 10 days! Budz holds the record for most turkey Grand Slams and shares tips on how hunters can complete a grand slam on a budget. He discusses how to stay positive when the chips are down and how a hunter can kill a single season Gran…
 
On this episode of the Drop-Tine Report, Jacob Darbyshire of Iowa discusses harvesting a 254-inch giant with his bow last season. This buck was the largest buck killed in Iowa during the 2019 season. Jacob talks about how small the bucks' core area was, how trail cameras helped him pattern the buck, and how he was able to make the shot on this gian…
 
On this episode of the Drop-Tine Report, Doug Benefield from Illinois Connection talks about a Double Drop-tine buck that eluded hunters his entire life. He discusses the habits of the one-in-a-million buck and the close calls he and other hunters had with him. He also discusses what questions hunters should ask an outfitter before booking a hunt t…
 
In this episode of the Drop-Tine Report podcast, professional archer and pro shop owner, John Schaffer explains why he shoots his bow at 100 yards and why he practices every day. He provides archery tips that can help hunters shrink their arrow groups and overcome buck fever. John also discusses broadhead selection, how to properly shoot a release,…
 
On this week’s episode of the Drop-Tine Report, Jonathan Burton talks about a non-typical buck called “Goofy” that he harvested in Kentucky this season. This unique buck was 7.5 years old has nearly 10-inch bases and 18 points. In the interview, Jonathan explains why the buck was still in velvet in October and why some people refer to “Goofy” as a …
 
On this week’s episode of the Drop-Tine report podcast, Wayne Gast talks about a big velvet buck he killed in Maryland this fall. Wayne killed the buck on a small parcel of land where he lives. He discusses what he does to keep hunting pressure to a minimum, how he used game cameras to pattern the buck the day he killed him, and what a sleeper stat…
 
In this week’s episode of the Drop-Tine Report, David Westmoreland talks about a 170-inch monster buck he killed this fall on a parcel of land that was only about 20 acres. David discusses how to attract big bucks to small pieces of property, food plots, and buying hunting land. David works for Whitetail Properties and manages hunting property all …
 
In this episode of the Drop-Tine Report podcast, Lee Lakosky discusses killing his largest whitetail to date; a 7.5 year-old buck he named Wednesday. Lee talked about how he tried to pattern and kill this monster buck last year and was unable to pattern this elusive giant buck. Lee also talks about EHD and how many of the farms in his area are havi…
 
In the latest episode of the Drop-Tine Report podcast, Bill Funk talks about the 200-inch boomer he shot in Alberta this fall, dying on the operating room table, and how he was able to shoot the buck with a bow while he was suffering from double vision. Bill believes Alberta is one of the best places in North America to bowhunt whitetails and he wi…
 
Tracker John has spent four decades tracking game animals including trophy class whitetails, bear, caribou and even pets. In this episode he discusses blood tracking dogs, what clues hunters should look for after they shoot a buck and why he uses bloodhounds. Learn more about Tracker John at www.bloodtrackingdogs.com…
 
In this episode, land management specialist Jeff Sturgis discusses how to kill nocturnal bucks. Sturgis travels across America teaching land owners how to manage their land and how to kill mature bucks. Sturgis talks about mistakes land owners make and what they can do to keep bucks on their property during daylight hours. Through proper food plot …
 
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