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An interview collective of famous and not so famous deer hunters from around the country. We explore the curious aspects of the hunt, individual skill sets and deer hunting styles. From Maine to Florida, the Mid-West to the West Coast, we explore hunting styles of each area. Tree stands, tracking in deep snow, spot and stalk, and saddle hunting we cover it. We also diverge into the realms of other hunter related issues like conservation, fitness, hunter health, deer herd issues wherever they ...
 
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This weeks show is an interview with Ted Bright. Ted is as you might expect a diehard deer hunter who likes prefers the a mobile hunt over a fixed stand. Ted uses a sling or harness to maneuver from tree to tree based on when and where he's finding active big buck sign. Ted is also an archer and seems to prefer this over anything. Something has "cl…
 
Anyone who has hunted mature bucks has a secret or two about how to hunt them. Quite frankly, it's the foundation of this show. And then Doug Whitcomb said he'd figured something out. I was all ears. After all, he and a few people in his circle of hunters, were killing mature New Hampshire bucks almost yearly without tracking snow. Not an easy task…
 
Despite being quarantined, I can't imagine any sportsman sitting at home doing nothing. It's just not in our blood. Let's face it, our playground is the great outdoors and we practice lots of social distancing without the restrictions of COVID-19. But, there may be some other things we can do to stay in hunt-ready shape and we thought of nobody bet…
 
Yes, we're all dealing with COVID-19. Our world is upside down. However, planting spring food plots seems to be an acceptable form of social distancing. So we turned to our goods friends Eric Fitzgerald and Jason Obermiller from the seed, nutritional supplement, and fertilizer company Rackology to discuss how to do it right. When should you plant? …
 
Recently, Jay appeared on the Where2Hunt podcast, for an opportunity to share more about the BBR and to share the story behind Jay's 2019 NH buck. Since the interview, lots has changed in the world. Jay had cardiac catheter surgery where cardiologists found a 95% blockage in Jay's widow maker cardiac artery. Two stents later, Jay is feeling better …
 
In a 23 year celebrated career filled with wild stories & tales of Game Warden lore, the beginning started with one of the biggest tragedies on New Hampshire soil. As a conservation officer, Wayne Saunders has caught many a poacher and became a regular on North Woods Law. Now Wayne often reflects on his duties as Lieutenant while interviewing Conse…
 
In a 23 year celebrated career filled with wild stories & tales of Game Warden lore, the beginning started with one of the biggest tragedies on New Hampshire soil. As a conservation officer, Wayne Saunders has caught many a poacher and became a regular on North Woods Law. Now Wayne often reflects on his duties as Lieutenant while interviewing Conse…
 
When an athletic event involves repetitive motion in order to achieve success, it's important to understand the biomechanics of that movement. The golf swing, pitching a baseball, and the archery shot are good examples. Christian Williams, an exercise science specialist, and avid bowhunter, breaks down the mechanics of the bow shot, how to improve …
 
When an athletic event involves repetitive motion in order to achieve success, it's important to understand the biomechanics of that movement. The golf swing, pitching a baseball, and the archery shot are good examples. Christian Williams, an exercise science specialist, and avid bowhunter, breaks down the mechanics of the bow shot, how to improve …
 
As we open up 2020, our 8th Season, and 8 years of podcasting here at the Big Buck Registry, we thought it only appropriate to take one last look at 2019. If you are a frequent listener of the show, you'll know that in each episode we segment off into the Deer News at the beginning and a good deer hunting story at the end. In the last show of 2019,…
 
Welcome to the Big Buck Registry's Best Deer Hunting stories of 2019. On almost every show we ask each guest to share a memorable deer story that's meaningful to them. At the heart of the Big Buck Registry are the stories of the men and women across the world, from all walks of life, that share a common bond in hunting. We've always felt that the s…
 
Welcome to the Big Buck Registry's Best Deer Hunting stories of 2019. On almost every show we ask each guest to share a memorable deer story that's meaningful to them. At the heart of the Big Buck Registry are the stories of the men and women across the world, from all walks of life, that share a common bond in hunting. We've always felt that the s…
 
Welcome to the Big Buck Registry's Best Deer Hunting stories of 2019. On almost every show we ask each guest to share a memorable deer story that's meaningful to them. At the heart of the Big Buck Registry are the stories of the men and women across the world, from all walks of life, that share a common bond in hunting. We've always felt that the s…
 
Every now and then a new technology comes along that solves a problem that we didn't know we had. In this case, it's about scoring a trophy animal to within 1/1000 of an inch specificity. In a computer aided model, you can now remove all human error and get ridiculous precision with the help of Trophy Scan. Think of it like instant replay meets dee…
 
Just when you thought you'd heard it all about deer urine, deer scent attractants, deer behavior, and deer farming, along comes a Richard Cook, the formulation master wizard behind Cooks Fatal Attraction deer scent lures. Unlike many brands with expired diluted product, Richard raises deer, collects specimens, and ships his extremely fresh undilute…
 
How do you know when you've found a good hunting spot? You know it for sure that it's a good spot when you kill your first good buck there. Allison Rauscher knows this well. After doing her on the ground homework, and then picking the right tree in the right spot on the right property, it all came together recently for Allison one evening on a bow …
 
John Eberhart joined us last on Episode 209, where we broke down John's tactics and answered questions based on listener curiosities. This time is a little different. Jay, now with a few saddle hunts under his belt and a first hand account of what it's like, hits John with numerous questions from the novice to the legendary saddling hunting expert.…
 
Marc Warnke says that it's not so much the hunting strategy, but it's the spot. That means hunting where hunters don't typically hunt, sometimes hunting spots that haven't been hunted in over 20 years and hunting where wheels can't go. This also means sleeping on bulls or bucks, which means that you're not coming out each day. And that also means h…
 
It's a game of chess according to Cameran Derefield. There's a king and a pawn. Which is which, welp, that's to be determined at the end of the deer season. Studying annual journals about buck behavior and with heavy game camera monitoring, Cameran believes that he can see the target buck's next move and plan accordingly. It's not instant success, …
 
If you were to meet Jess Martin in person, you probably wouldn't instantly think buck buck deer killin' machine. But make no mistake, Jess is well on her way to making a name for herself as just that. A true hunter and outdoor enthusiast, Jess spends much of her time in the big mountainous woods of Rangeley, Maine. Through tracking and woodsmanship…
 
There's a long standing northern tradition, especially in New Hampshire and Maine, where wool meets deer hunting. John Glidden is no stranger to this concept. At age 61 and as President of the company, John reports to work almost daily at the Minus 33 Merino Wool Factory. John prefers tracking the bucks of New Hampshire in the fallen snow over just…
 
Blake Garrett knows a thing or two about deer hunting because he's seen a thing or two about deer behavior. Blake takes his approach to deer hunting with scientific overtones. Studying buck behavior over several years using game cameras and observation, he's noticed some interesting patterning year to year, enough to develop and scientifically test…
 
Chase the dream. Don't listen to the doubters. That's how Ethan Featheroff approaches each day. Ethan, after killing a 200" buck despite having a torn shoulder joint and a separated bicep, knows how to fight through pain to accomplish a goal. Ethan shares with us his stand approach system, how he pushes the deer trail with his game cameras, and why…
 
Dave Paulides returns, this time with a new movie called Missing 411 The Hunted. An expansion of his book Missing 411, Hunters Unexplained Disappearances focuses on 5 cases all involving a seemingly capable hunter. The movie explores further details of the cases and dives deep in explanation using maps, visits to the terrain, expert critics, and in…
 
When you need to hunt to survive, you learn how to hunt efficiently and effectively. Phil Vanderpool's hunting journey began in a similar fashion. Today Phil is among the most recognized and respected personalities in the outdoor industry. Phil broke into the outdoor commercial world when he started filming his hunts using a VHS camcorder and he's …
 
It's a story that starts 120 years ago, with a small hunting cabin in southern Ohio. For Joe Godar, a member of a group called the Hunting Junkies, it's a home away from home now with a new cabin on the same 50 acre parcel filled with numerous food plots and treestand locations to hunt any wind. We discuss Joe's plan for 12 month cycle of food sour…
 
Per the QDMA Whitetail Report, hunters pursue whitetail deer more than any other species and whitetail hunters contribute financially more than any other hunter segment. Whitetails are the foundation of the hunting industry. Because of this impressive impact QDMA releases an annual report that goes deep into data and identifies trends that affect t…
 
We've focused a bunch on the bow shot, but perhaps we over looked the long range rifle shot. Unless you've had the need to take a 700 yard kill shot, you may not realize how much information is needed to calculate a well placed bullet. The science is fascinating and the apps are endless. To clear this up, we invited long range hunter and shooting c…
 
There have been far more 300" non-typical bucks killed since the early 2000s than ever documented before the year 2000. So what gives? Gordon Whittington, the Editor in Chief of North American Whitetail joins us for a second time to explore just that. Is it genetics, is it food, what can history tell us from hundreds of years ago, what about the bi…
 
Although Harmon Carson is known as the Bayou Bowhunter, he sharpened his bowhunting skills in the in the mountains of Colorado. Harmon credits his dad for lots of his skills, but not necessarily in the traditional father/son teaching sense. In many cases, Harmon learned to hunt because his father would escort him into the woods, but from then on he…
 
J.C. Hall might not be on the trigger most of the time, but he's hunting all the time. When he does hunt for himself, it's a quality over quantity kind of thing. These days J.C. is frequently on tour with the likes of country singer Aaron Lewis where he's running the camera or editing for the show On the Road Outdoors. J.C. says he's always hunting…
 
So you want to book a whitetail hunt with an outfitter, but you don't know exactly where to start. Maybe this is your first time or maybe you're rebounding from a horrible experience and you're attempting not to repeat. With booking season in full swing, we thought we should explore the do's and don'ts with Jason Selman of Hero Shot Outfitters. Wha…
 
After 35 years of hunting and after burning out a camera man or two, there's no sign of Chuck Paddock hunting less. Chuck is a busy business man and is part owner of Open Season TV (you may remember our interview on Epi 200 with Chuck's partner James Blakenbeckler). Chuck doesn't consider the work surrounding Open Season actual work as it's not his…
 
The Bearded Butchers, otherwise known as brothers Seth and Scott Perkins, grew up learning butchery as part of the family business butchering domestic livestock. They carried their knowledge into the hunter's world by hunting for and butchering all types of wild game. And what goes great with meat? Spices! So the brothers ventured into the spice bu…
 
It's been 4 years since we last visited with our friends at Major League Bowhunter. Every conversation we've had with their crew has lead to some deep thinking related to hunting, industry challenges, and solutions to keep hunting alive for generations to come. According to Matt, due to some legislation and some economic factors relative to agricul…
 
The arborists are probably the first to harness the power of the tree harness, but what about the rock climbing community? According to Greg Godfrey from the tree harness company Tethrd, we need to give credit to each. And that's pretty much how his company got its roots - it's a deer hunter meets arborist meets rock climber kind of story. Greg say…
 
It's hard to imagine that a bicycle would have anything to do with deer hunting. For years we've relied on our vehicles- our trucks and our ATVs and our UTVs to get us deeper into the woods to our hunting spots. But a bicycle? Well, turns out, with a little ingenuity from some outdoor enthusiasts and a re-design of the legendary mountain bike - fat…
 
We continue our podcast mini-series of hunting technology on this episode with the cellular game camera. Long gone are the days of film game cameras. The standard game camera now is digital with an SD card. But now the cellular game camera is making strides in both quality and price point. Will this be the new standard soon? Time will tell as every…
 
Over the past 4 episodes of our Hunt Tech mini-series we've explored a deer movement prediction app with the Drury's and their new app called Deercast, the on-demand action camera with Aaron Stonehocker from Tactacam, a game camera picture data processing system with Jon Livingston from DeerLab, and mapping and waypoint technology with Zach Sandau …
 
Remember when maps were on paper? We use to spend money on paper topo maps and put a thumbtack on that map to represent a deer sighting, effectively creating heat map with multiple thumbtacks. Then along came Google and Google Maps. It was a revolutionary step forward in scouting technology, but there were some very important pieces missing from th…
 
By now in your hunting career you've probably used a game camera or two. As hunters we use game cameras to scout and gather information about deer movement. Game camera pics can be deceiving though, for multiple reasons. For example, there could be a huntable buck in the area that just won't come to the camera. Or, perhaps we get a picture of a buc…
 
On the last episode of Deer Hunt, we began our exploration of hunting technology with the Drury's new app called DeerCast. We continue our series on hunting technology this time with the likes of Tactacam, a company who built what is perhaps the best deer hunting action camera on the market. We've all been involved with hunts where we wished we had…
 
In the first part of our 6 Part Series of Hunt Tech, where we explore the technology that has embedded itself in our hunting lives, we dive deep into a new hunting app called DeerCast by Drury Outdoors. For a very long time deer hunters have been trying to determine when deer move, what conditions make for a worthy deer hunt, and when should we as …
 
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Zach Ferenbaugh is an integral part of the media company The Hunting Public where he is helping to bring the masses unfiltered public land hunts from across the country. Following in the footsteps of great hunters like Dan Infalt and the group from Whitetail Adrenaline, Zach and his partners are finding ways to successfully hunt those high pressure…
 
At first glance, Tommy Bradenburg is just a common blue collar guy, doing his thing, raising a family in midwest USA. But then you take a closer look, and you say wow, this guy is hunting and killing some big deer- routinely, year after year. We had to take a closer look. Sure enough, Tommy, outside of his 9-5 day job, is embedded in the deer hunti…
 
In 1977 Chris Cordell began a career as a professional deer hunter. He is the first and only hunter in the world to complete a double slam in one season and has tagged in over 200 whitetails, not to mention placing over 30 Pope and Young whitetails on his wall. Oh, and that was before the age of 35. Chris is also an outdoor writer, product designer…
 
Six one, 360 pounds. That's where Dennis Pridgen weighed in 3.5 years ago. Today, 160 pounds lighter, weighing in at a lean 200 pounds, Dennis has found a rejuvenation for everything he loves, life and deer hunting. Dennis attributes his successful weight loss to a popular diet called the ketogenic diet. A passionate deer hunting and outdoor televi…
 
As Longfellow wrote in his infamous poem Paul Revere's Ride, "One if by land, two if by sea" describing the Redcoat's travel plans from Boston to Concord, we can almost re-envision this today as a description of hunting and fishing in the modern world- one whitetail land, two stripers by sea. Now it's the hunt, and perhaps a new fight for freedom, …
 
We've heard the expression 'Hunt the Wind' over and over. Many of us base our entire hunt on exactly that concept. But what if that was all wrong? Did your head just explode? Mine did when I heard this from Michael Yates, part of the group of hunters that Bill Vale has organized as the Pressured Deer Pros. I had to dig deeper so we put Michael on t…
 
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