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The Sportsmen’s Nation is a collection of outdoor hunting podcasts for the die-hard sportsman. These podcasts are jam packed with fun and educational information about whitetail deer hunting that will not only help you in the field, but help scratch the itch when you can’t be in the tree stand. Nine Finger Chronicles, Land & Legacy, DYI Sportsman, Transition Wild, and Southern Ground.
 
The Sportsmen’s Nation is a collection of outdoor hunting podcasts dedicated to the big game hunter. These podcasts cover hunting strategy, hunting gear, and hunting stories of big game species in North America. Topics include elk hunting, mule deer hunting, antelope hunting, and all things western big game. Podcasts include: Transition Wild, Sahn Outdoors, and Backcountry Rookies
 
South Dakota is an incredibly unique state that offers numerous opportunities to outdoors men and women who are willing to get out there and give it a shot. The South Dakota Unlimited podcast aims to give those same people a resource to learn more about topics they are passionate about and maybe some topics or opportunities the state offers that they haven’t thought about yet. Host CJ Peters talks with men and women from around the state who are knowledgeable and passionate about the opportu ...
 
The state of Wisconsin has a rich and storied outdoor heritage and provides a plethora of opportunities for those who love to hunt, fish, and recreate outdoors. The Wisconsin Sportsman podcast exists to celebrate and spread a passion for natural resources and outdoor recreation in the state of Wisconsin. On this podcast we will discuss all things outdoors in the Badger State, from hunting, fishing, and conservation, to camping, hiking, and involving the entire family in the outdoors. We’ll h ...
 
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It’s what you’ve been waiting for: Wisconsin Big Woods bowhunting! In this episode, Josh talks with outdoor writer Tony Peterson about hunting public land bucks in the big woods of northern Wisconsin. Tony is an avid whitetail deer hunter who travels the country every fall in pursuit of whitetails. He gets to hunt big deer in some of the coolest pl…
 
It’s what you’ve been waiting for: Wisconsin Big Woods bowhunting! In this episode, Josh talks with outdoor writer Tony Peterson about hunting public land bucks in the big woods of northern Wisconsin. Tony is an avid whitetail deer hunter who travels the country every fall in pursuit of whitetails. He gets to hunt big deer in some of the coolest pl…
 
Today Chad talks with Jaden Bales from Wyoming Wildlife Federation and Backcountry Fuel Box. Chad and Jaden get on a roll and talk about everything from scouting for deer to chasing pronghorn. They touch on gear they are going to use for their hunts this year and education that benefits each hunter. You will want to listen to this start to finish, …
 
This week on the podcast, Marcus welcomes in Mahting Putelis. Mahting is the co-founder and CEO of 2% Certified brand Hunt to Eat. What started as an idea 8 years ago to create some cool shirts has since turned into a community of outdoorsmen and women bonding in hunting, cooking, foraging and just being outdoors and Mahting and the crew are just g…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with Josh Dahlke of Huntstand about all of the benefits of digital mapping to document your hunts. The guys discuss the birth and evolution Huntstand and how customer feedback plays a huge role in how they update their software. Josh also talks about all of the features and how when properly us…
 
In this episode, Josh talks with Jamie Cline from Overwatch Outdoors. Jamie is an innovator, longtime saddle hunter, and inventor of the Transformer Saddle. Josh and Jamie discuss the history of saddle hunting, how the industry has changed and evolved, and why YOU should consider adding a saddle to your hunting arsenal. You can check out the Transf…
 
This week on the podcast, Marcus welcomes in Mahting Putelis. Mahting is the co-founder and CEO of 2% Certified brand Hunt to Eat. What started as an idea 8 years ago to create some cool shirts has since turned into a community of outdoorsmen and women bonding in hunting, cooking, foraging and just being outdoors and Mahting and the crew are just g…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with Josh Dahlke of Huntstand about all of the benefits of digital mapping to document your hunts. The guys discuss the birth and evolution Huntstand and how customer feedback plays a huge role in how they update their software. Josh also talks about all of the features and how when properly us…
 
On this episode of the How To Hunt Deer Podcast, the guys get in to a great discussion about different approaches when it come to deer hunting. Matt, Dan, and Hank talk about the differences between hunting from the ground in a ground blind or elevated in a treestand. They break down what approach might be the best strategy depending on if you are …
 
In this episode, Josh talks with Jamie Cline from Overwatch Outdoors. Jamie is an innovator, longtime saddle hunter, and inventor of the Transformer Saddle. Josh and Jamie discuss the history of saddle hunting, how the industry has changed and evolved, and why YOU should consider adding a saddle to your hunting arsenal. You can check out the Transf…
 
This week on the Ohio Huntsman Podcast we discuss some of the ways we find unpressured public land. I think everyone has pretty much heard the advice to go further than other people or go places most people aren't willing to go. That's good advice, but how do you do that when throughout most of the state you are always within a mile or two of a roa…
 
This week Chad records with Corey Jacobsen. These two talk about all kinds of topics and most of them aren’t even about elk hunting. Corey talks about what he has been up to, and it is possible he is one of the busiest people alive. Corey also talks about how he is prepping for a deer hunt this year. A fun topic to cover with an elk hunter. He even…
 
On today’s episode of South Dakota Unlimited, CJ talks with The Average Conservationist himself, Marcus Ewing. Marcus is also a content creator for the Sportsmen’s Nation and hosts a podcast that is partnered with 2% For Conservation called The Average Conservationist. In addition, Marcus owns an apparel company that goes by the same name and sells…
 
During this podcast, we have returning guest Chad Keith to discuss with us the important steps a landowner should go through before having the logging crew arrive. Follow these easy steps of marking your timber to get the most out of your timber harvest for either wildlife benefits or timber enhancement benefits. We will discuss how to mark leave t…
 
Have you ever been skeptical of scientific research or wondered how applicable is this really? Well, this podcast will leave the doubt to itself at the moment you hit play. Be prepared to be blown away. For years now, we have preached, lectured, and shared the power of combining both security and quality cover in the same areas, we simply call them…
 
This week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast, we have Ren Witte on to talk about hunting permission. Ren has been very successful getting hunting permission and has been able to secure over 700 acres with many different land owners. He talks about his process and what has made him successful at such a young age with something many people struggl…
 
On today’s episode of South Dakota Unlimited, CJ talks with The Average Conservationist himself, Marcus Ewing. Marcus is also a content creator for the Sportsmen’s Nation and hosts a podcast that is partnered with 2% For Conservation called The Average Conservationist. In addition, Marcus owns an apparel company that goes by the same name and sells…
 
This week on the Oklahoma Outdoors podcast, John talks with Dwayne Carter of central Oklahoma about the wily coyote. Dwayne got into coyote hunting around 2005 before the sport really took off in his area. He talks about how it has changed and become more competitive, but that there is still plenty of good hunting to be had for those willing to get…
 
This week on the Oklahoma Outdoors podcast, John talks with Dwayne Carter of central Oklahoma about the wily coyote. Dwayne got into coyote hunting around 2005 before the sport really took off in his area. He talks about how it has changed and become more competitive, but that there is still plenty of good hunting to be had for those willing to get…
 
Adam O Donnell and Chris talk about squirrel dogs. From the original purposes and traditional uses on the early frontier to modern day high performance tree dogs, the mountain cur is truly an American original. Adam is a director for the Original Mountain Cur Breeders Association (OMCBA) and an accomplished competition hunter with beginnings in the…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan is joined by Shawn Polke of Virginia for a B.S. Session all about the hunting gear they use. They guys cover a variety of products they use throughout the season some they are brand loyal to, and some they are not. The discuss bows, arrow rests, camo, sights, targets, and much more. This is a light h…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan is joined by Shawn Polke to discuss hunting on the east coast, digital scouting, and out of state hunts. Shawn talks about how he grew up in a family full of gun hunters, but as he finished up college and his dad started to expand his hunting footprint, Shawn started his deep dive in to hunting. Ha…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan is joined by Shawn Polke of Virginia for a B.S. Session all about the hunting gear they use. They guys cover a variety of products they use throughout the season some they are brand loyal to, and some they are not. The discuss bows, arrow rests, camo, sights, targets, and much more. This is a light h…
 
Food plots truly have been revolutionary in the world of whitetail hunting. Information on how, what, where, and when to plant has flooded the internet and magazines to the point where it can be extremely difficult navigating through good vs. bad information. It is a common misconception that there is a “one size fits all” food plot program. Food p…
 
On this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett talks to Sam Shaffer, owner and operator of Titanium Archery products, to talk bow stabilization. After the background discussion, they first dive into vibration suppression and noise, which is a really interesting topic when it comes to deer hunting and one which deserves more research. Then th…
 
This week on the podcast Marcus is joined by Seth Spears. Seth is the Founder and CEO of 2% Certified ReWild Gear. The guys kick things off with Seth's experience in the outdoors as a youth and how that evolved over time to becoming a hunter in his early 20s and how he's been able to share those experiences with both his sons and his father. Seth t…
 
This week on the podcast Marcus is joined by Seth Spears. Seth is the Founder and CEO of 2% Certified ReWild Gear. The guys kick things off with Seth's experience in the outdoors as a youth and how that evolved over time to becoming a hunter in his early 20s and how he's been able to share those experiences with both his sons and his father. Seth t…
 
This week on the Southern Ground Hunting podcast, we're joined by Walter Lee of Chasing Tales Outdoors. We're going to take a break from our normal tactic talk to have a fun story telling episode. Now we're not talking about your regular run of the mill hunting stories, we're talking weird, bizarre, craziest things we've seen in the whitetail woods…
 
On this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett talks to Sam Shaffer, owner and operator of Titanium Archery products, to talk bow stabilization. After the background discussion, they first dive into vibration suppression and noise, which is a really interesting topic when it comes to deer hunting and one which deserves more research. Then th…
 
On this episode of the How To Hunt Deer podcast, the guys talk about how to properly scout deer habitat to find places to actually hunt. The guys discuss the bedding to food source pattern that deer go through on a daily basis, how deer use their senses, identifying deer sign, and putting all of these pieces together to put yourself in the best tre…
 
This week Chad has on, master taxidermist, Paul Gallegos of Imperial Taxidermy in New Mexico. Paul covers a lot of great information about taxidermy in this show from the field care of a cape to tanning hides, to how to find a quality taxidermist. Paul talks about some of the mounts he has done over the years and the one that is on his bucket list.…
 
This week on the Ohio Huntsman Podcast we had an old fashion BS session. Conversations like these are what gave us the idea to start this whole thing. We love the outdoors and spend a lot of time talking about it, so we decided to record it and share it with you. We covered a wide range of things from a tip on mounting European skull mounts all the…
 
On this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, Dan brings in seasoned bowhunter Bryan Broderick to to help him decide whether to hunt elk or mule deer in September. Dan did not draw a Wyoming elk tag this year so he has an opening in September and is debating where to go. Bryan has several years of experience in the field hunting both mule deer and…
 
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