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January 12, 2020
We decided to take a look at all the best deer news stories of 2019, like a time capsule of events in this episode.  We visit with Jim Keller, our news anchor, and with some frequent news story contributors, Tim Donze, Jon Guice, and Dan Appelbaum.  And , through some consolidation of all the news we featured on the show in 2019, we present a Deer News Year in review, with all the best deer news stories feature on the podcast in 2019.
December 31, 2019
On almost every show we ask each guest to share a memorable deer story that's meaningful to them.  We've always felt that the story was just as important to the rest of the show because it brings everything together.  If the rest of the show is the text book, the story is the example. The story brings the hunt to life. So we decided to go back through each show and put together a compilation of the deer stories told throughout the year and share them collectively.  This is part two. See you next year!
December 31, 2019
On almost every show we ask each guest to share a memorable deer story that's meaningful to them. We've always felt that the story was just as important as the rest of the show because it brings everything together. If the rest of the show is the text book, the story is the example. The story brings the hunt to life. We'll hear from Ethan Featherhoff, John Eberhart, John Glidden, Blake Garrett, Cameran Derefield, JC Hall, and Joe Godar. This is part one.
December 29, 2019
On almost every show we ask each guest to share a memorable deer story that's meaningful to them.  We've always felt that the story was just as important to the rest of the show because it brings everything together.  If the rest of the show is the text book, the story is the example. The story brings the hunt to life. So we decided to go back through each show and put together a compilation of the deer stories told throughout the year and share them collectively.  This is part one.
December 24, 2019
'Twas the Night Before Rifle Season - Happy Holidays from the Big Buck Registry
December 15, 2019
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 with the help of Trophy Scan.  Think of it like instant replay meets deer hunting. We sit down with Jeff Johnston to learn about everything Trophy Scan can do for the hunter looking to preserve a memory and celebrate an animal beyond the traditional taxidermy mount.
November 24, 2019
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 undiluted product quickly. It's like shopping for organic anything directly on the farm itself.   We take a deep dive into Richard's deer scent operation.
November 10, 2019
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 hunt in Wisconsin.  She downed one of those Wisconsin monarch bucks that most have only read about.
October 27, 2019
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. Jay and John engage in many details of saddle hunting overlooked in the first interview.
October 13, 2019
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 and hunting where wheels can't go.  This means sleeping on bulls or bucks, which means you're not coming out each day. And that also means hauling in food and gear that one or two hunters couldn't possibly manage.  So how?  Well, Marc turned to pack goats to get to these remote areas with all the gear needed to hunt great spots for days on end.  The rewards are priceles
September 29, 2019
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, but it is methodical and persistent and generally speaking, Cameran is the one calling checkmate.
September 15, 2019
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 Jess has figured out how to pattern and chase down those big bodied Maine bucks and she shares with us her approach.  OUR SPONSORS:  Minus 33 Merino Wool,  Covert Scouting Cameras, Grizzly Ears,  QUIETKAT,  BIG BUCK MERCH   DISCOUNT CODES: Minus 33 10% OFF: BIGBUCK33 QuietKat 15% OFF: BIGBUCK15 Deer News Here's What We Discuss: Rangeley Maine, The First Snow Scrapelines and Rubs and Calling It All Depends on the Weather How Deep Lots of Timber, Lots of Hiding Places Spring Time Scouting The Size of the Tree and Rubs Trail Cams on Rubs Bowhunter - Archery Safety Still Hunting Techniques When to Slow Down, When to Speed Up Sometimes It's Just a Gut Feeling Good Spots are Always Good Spots Higher Elevation Early Season The Aha Moment When to Kill, When Not to Kill What's a Big Buck in Maine Reading the Track When to Call It Quits Can't Hunt on Sunday Gear Check and OnX Hunt Maps Picking Up Bowhunting Nursing Is a Great Profession for Hunting A Bear Hunt The Rangeley Ridge Runner Buck I Can Smell Him 10 Rapid Fire Questions Our APP: CLICK HERE for Our FAN APP Help Support This Show: Click Here to Support Us Big Buck Merch: Click Here for BBR Deer Hunt Merch FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 PLACES TO FIND OUR PODCAST: Click for Apple Podcasts Click Here for Stitcher Click Here for Google Play Click Here for Our Podcast Page Click Here for YouTube Subscribe to our RSS Feed Click Here for TuneIn Click Here for Google Podcasts Click Here for Spotify Click Here for Radio Public Click Here for Radio.com Click Here for iHeart Radio Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Join the Club: Click Here to Join Our Mailing List Submit A Buck: Click Here to Submit a Big Buck Hunt Pic Big Buck Registry Social Media Links: Facebook: Click Here for Our Facebook Page Twitter: Click Here for BBR Twitter Instagram: Click Here for BBR Instagram Email Us: BBR Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
August 25, 2019
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 about any other form of hunting and developed the woolen company out of a need and desire to stay warm in the cold mountains of New Hampshire.
August 11, 2019
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 his theories.  Blake is big into positive deer reinforcement when it comes to deer hunter habits and endlessly avoids  negative deer encounter events.
July 28, 2019
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 he prefers hunting early season over any other time.
July 14, 2019
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 interviews with those directly involved or affected.  You will leave with far more questions than answers.   The events showcased in Dave's movie defy logi
June 24, 2019
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. We discuss Phil's upbringing, his tactics and strategies for hunting big bucks, and discuss in detail his near 4 year hunt for a monster buck he named Obsession.
June 23, 2019
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. We discuss Phil's upbringing, his tactics and strategies for hunting big bucks, and discuss in detail his near 4 year hunt for a monster buck he named Obsession.
June 9, 2019
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 sources, dual planting times during the year, one at a time arrow practice shots, and how to eliminate target panic early in the season.
May 26, 2019
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.   Because of this impressive impact QDMA releases an annual report that goes deep into data and identifies trends that affect the whitetail's world and the hunters that hunt them.  We thought that it only appropriate to invite Kip Adams back to discuss the highlights of this year's report, as we did last year.
May 23, 2019
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.   Because of this impressive impact QDMA releases an annual report that goes deep into data and identifies trends that affect the whitetail's world and the hunters that hunt them.  We thought that it only appropriate to invite Kip Adams back to discuss the highlights of this year's report, as we did last year.
May 5, 2019
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 competitor Anthony Stallone to break it all down before you squeeze the trigger on your next long range target.
April 21, 2019
There have been far more 300" non-typical bucks killed since the early 2000s than ever documented before the year 2000.  So what gives?  Is it genetics, is it food, what can history tells us? Gordon Whittington, the Editor in Chief of North American Whitetail joins us for a second time to explore just that.  We discuss all this in detail and dig deep into the Luke Brewster buck story, the monster Illinois buck from 2018, currently featured in North American Whitetail Magazine.
April 7, 2019
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 was on his own to learn the rest - methods that might not fly today.
March 24, 2019
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. JC is an interesting guy with a colorful past - he studied golf at Penn State, was a pit crew member on the NASCAR circuit, and is now a producer for Open Season TV.
March 3, 2019
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.    What questions should you ask?  What are the red flags? What's should you expect to get when you spend your hard earn money ? We explore all this an more with Jason Selman of Hero Shot Outfitters.
February 17, 2019
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. Chuck doesn't consider the work surrounding Open Season actual work as it's not his how he makes his living. But he sure does love to hunt and he enjoys bringing his hunts to life for others through video. Chuck's big things are low pressure, careful entry and exit routes, and an abundant use of game cameras.
February 3, 2019
The Bearded Butchers, otherwise known as brothers Seth and Scott Perkins, grew up learning butchery as part of the family business 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 business   In this show, we explore all the Bearded Butcher secrets to successful deer processing, how jerky can break down deer hunting barriers, and how you can do it too.
January 20, 2019
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.    We reflect on Matt's 2018-2019 deer season and then we turn to Brandon Adams, a long time MLB crew member, and learn how he prepared for a season he called the Oklahoma Slam which involved taking one of each of the 5 big game species in Oklahoma in a single hunting season.
January 6, 2019
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. It's a deer hunter meets arborist meets rock climber kind of story. We discuss with Greg the products that Tethrd offers, how to use them effectively, and how their system can safely make you a lighter more mobile deer hunter.
December 23, 2018
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 - fatter tires, better suspension, a motor, and a hardcore battery like what you'd find in the futuristic Tesla automobile, the all terrain electric bike was born.
December 9, 2018
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?    We thought we should explore the cellular game camera because everyone seems to want one but many don't know enough about them to jump in.  So we grabbed our good friend Kimber O'Dell from Covert Scouting Cameras to break it all down for us.
November 25, 2018
On Hunt Tech Part V, we explore the arrow and the broadhead with David Hand of Slash Arrows. The earliest evidence of the arrow launched from a bow dates back some 10,000 years and we've seen some amazing arrow and the broadhead advancements in technology since the aluminium arrow was first introduced.  David Hand may have one of the most innovative designs in recent years.  We asked David to join us to explore the last 20 years, what the future looks like for archery hunters with arrow and broadheads.
November 11, 2018
Maps were on paper? Yep, then along came Google Maps.  It was a revolutionary step forward in scouting technology, but pieces were missing.  Sure, we could spend hours looking at town survey maps, but nothing was instant.    These were the challenges that Eric Siegfried, founder of OnX Maps had at one time.   A decade later, with a subscription and smart phone or GPS you can instantly have access to all this information.  We dive deep into OnX with Zach Sandau, Project Co-Ordinator for OnX Hunt.
October 28, 2018
By now in your hunting career you've probably used a game camera or two.   Game camera pics can be deceiving, for multiple reasons.   Using a multiple camera system and gathering data points connected to weather  might be a better approach to determining when to hunt.  However, keeping track of data when using more than a couple cameras can be daunting and without keeping statistics correctly the degree of error goes up when determining the true pattern.  That's where Deer Lab comes into play.
October 14, 2018
We continue our series on hunting tech this week with Tactacam, a company who build what is perhaps the best deer hunting action camera on the market.   Somehow, this small coming out of Minnesota has gotten top marks with hunters, probably because they thought through what the hunter needs most- a camera that can seemingly be just  be part of the equipment -  conveniently hidden near the end of a barrel or within the stabilizer of a bow, without duct tape, and can be activated with a push of the button
September 30, 2018
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 deer hunters capitalize on those factors.
September 28, 2018
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September 16, 2018
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 public lands, and capture the hunts along the way using the latest media distribution mechanisms like Amazon Video, Youtube, and Podcasting.
September 2, 2018
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.    Tommy, outside of his 9-5 day job, is embedded in the deer hunting community and his a hardcore deer hunting habits recognize some uncommon success killing big mature whitetail bucks.
August 19, 2018
Chris Cordell the first and only hunter in the world to complete a double slam in one season. He's hunted and killed over 200 whitetails and place over 30 Pope and Young Whitetails on the wall before the age of 35. Chris is also an outdoor writer, product designer, and inventor for the  archery & hunting industry.  Away from the spotlight for a while, Chris is posed to pick up his old habits and continue helping hunter's hunt better.
August 5, 2018
Six one, 360 pounds. That's where Dennis Pridgen weighed 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.   Dennis walks us through how he dropped the 160 pounds in a relatively short amount of time and how the weight loss has drastically help his career and his ability to hunt.
July 22, 2018
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. Now it's the hunt, and perhaps a new fight for freedom, that is conducted in the suburbs of Boston where the American Revolution began.  According to Justin Coots and Jacob Bennett, members of a fairly new band of bowhunting patriots call Boston Bowhunter, it's darn good hunting in and around Boston.
July 8, 2018
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?    I had to dig deeper so we put Michael Yates on the mic stand to discuss amongst other things: hunter efficiency, ground disturbance, hunting upwind and not down wind, several ground hunting tactics and ambush set ups.
June 24, 2018
Sometimes those kills shots don't go as planned or sometimes, despite a double lung shot, the deer finds it's way into terrain or structure that make the wounded deer track undetectable to the hunter.  A trained deer tracking dog can be an immeasurable asset to a hunter in these situations. But how does it work?  What should we expect when we call in the dogs?  We invited a panel of volunteer leashed dog deer trackers to discuss many of the issues surrounding tracking a wounded deer with a trained dog.
June 10, 2018
Hunter recruitment is critical for our sport to survive.  But what's to blame?  Is it social media?  Is it a lack of hunter unity? Is it the media or the anti-hunter winning over the middle ground?  These are tough questions to answer,we need answers to reverse the trend of declining hunter numbers.   I've always been fascinated with John's ability to successfully take coyote with a bow an arrow. But how the heck can you get a good bow shot on a coyote?  John discusses his strategies.
May 27, 2018
This year in August Ralph and Vicki's will air their 400th episode on the Outdoor Channel.  From Ralph's archery shop grew the television show and together they were the first couple to produce an outdoor television.  They've hunted 5 continents, 11 countries, 10 Canadian provinces, 27 states, and have take over 50 species of game. We figured they learned a thing or two about hunting strategies over the years, so we asked them to share. And they agreed without hesitation.
May 13, 2018
We pick up where we left off last week with a further discussion of the QDMA's 2018 Whitetail Report with Director of Conservation Kip Adams. This time we discuss current deer related issues and trends like the legality of crossbow use, cellular trail cameras, drones, CWD prevalence, testing and cost, top hunter land management practices, hunter numbers, deer tag requirements, venison donation programs, state deer management plans, and lawsuits.
May 6, 2018
White-tailed deer are arguably the most important game species in North America. Kip Adams, Director of Conservation for the QDMA, would agree. But how to the numbers stack up state to state? Who’s killing the most deer? Which state kills more bucks per square mile? We had lots of these types of questions, and it just so happens that QDMA puts out such a booklet about this annually.
April 29, 2018
Richard Bernier is one of those short list legendary deer trackers of the Northeast.  He has devoted most of his life to tracking, studying, lecturing on, and hunting big Maine whitetail buck. The Northeast editor for Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine, Richard's articles and photographs have appeared in nearly every major outdoor publication in America. Otherwise known as R.G. or Dick, Richard has perfected the craft of outsmarting Maine's crafty big wilderness hog-bodied bucks, both with gun and camera.
April 22, 2018
There's always something special about a cup of coffee at deer camp. It can even be a crappy cup of coffee, but it still taste pretty darn good. What if the coffee actually was good? And what if you knew that the coffee itself was created by a group of folk that support hunting, gun rights, and we're hunters too. The aroma and taste of that cup would be better than an cup of joe that you've ever had before. Paul Kurtz understands the complexities of this phenomenon and was born, Hunter's Blend Coffee.
April 15, 2018
A coyote is going to eat what it needs to eat. It's kill when it needs to kill. An taking one coyote out of the pack, will save deer fawns.  Al Morris says that coyote management is an essential tool for maintaining the health of your deer herd in your area.  We dive deep into technique relative to the time of year you're hunting coyote and how to use a buddy system set up.  Al also shares some results of some studies, his latest call sequence and when to use it effectively.
April 8, 2018
Joshua Franks uses readily available internet satellite images to study land, terrain, cover, and topography. He also uses this information to determine bedding areas, food plot and stand locations. Josh heavily focuses his studies in mature buck bedding temperature and has recently co-authored a book about the subject with Bill Vale. Josh uses temperature to determine where and why to hunt on certain areas on certain days.
April 1, 2018
Yes, we know this is the Big Buck Registry. But when a 199" composite antlered doe becomes the only Boone & Crockett doe on record, it's worthy. Despite this show airing originally on April 1st, this is not a joke, despite the obvious appearance. During the 2014 Missouri gun season, Doug Laird came within range of what he thought was the biggest buck on his property. Little did he know that his deer would become the only doe entry EVER into the Boone and Crockett record books.
March 24, 2018
As hunters, we don't consider poachers to be hunters. The obvious difference, is that a hunter does the hunt legally, the poacher illegally. Lt David Gregory of the Vermont State Fish and Game is all too familiar with poachers, but he says that they don't in anyway represent the vast majority of hunters.  David shares some of his epic arrests on this episode and we talk in detail about a family of poachers with a rap sheet dating back to the 1990s that got pinched once again in 2017.
March 17, 2018
Bill Vale recently launched a new project called Pressured Deer Pros where he has sought out and hand picked a group experts in different areas of hunting and then brought them to all together in one virtual location. Bill refers to these experts as his Circle of Masters.  Bill's circle of masters show mastery skills from a minerals, to mapping, to a habitat, to fitness, and so on.  We plan to visit with each of Bill's Masters, and first we visit with Greg Skufca, Bill's habitat expert out from Michigan
March 10, 2018
So let’s say that one day you were told that you only had 2 years left to live. What would you’re plan be? Turns out, this is exactly what happen to Joni Marie, a native Alaskan who enjoys the all fertile terrain that Alaska has to offer as much as anyone. Joni is still fighting a daily battle against the disease and the elements, as her condition can often turn her hands paper white when exposed to cold temperatures. But make no mistake; Joni is far from wrapping up her hunting lifestyle.
March 3, 2018
If the American Dream is to own your own house, then the American Hunter's dream is to own your own piece of hunting real estate.  But to achieve that dream we are often faced with the burden of financing, credit, and income especially if we're working the 9 to 5 job and living paycheck to paycheck.  According to Sean Asada, despite these perceived challenges, Sean says that you can do it, he did it, and he didn't have 2 nickles to rub together.
February 24, 2018
Central Vermont is home to arguably some of the best deer trackers in country, especially when you throw the Benoit Family into the mix. Rodney Elmer is not exception to this.  Rodney can speak intelligently on the hunter's hot topics of today.  He is a steward of the woods, has top notch navigation skills, is a professional taxidermist of 32 years, and is the chief hunter's safety instructor and safety officer in Vermont.
February 17, 2018
Jeff Traynor is a professional trapper from New Hampshire. We thought it might be interesting to explore the trapper's world and see how it could be relative to a deer management program. Jeff's mission at Live Free and Trap is to show us the world of modern fur trapping and all associated trades & activities revolving around trapping; such as seasonal fur , biology and data collection, fur handling & usage, wildlife control, animal damage management, and overall wildlife species health and sustainability.
February 10, 2018
When deer populations get out of control to the point where citizens complain about landscape damage and an over abundance of deer-vehicles collisions, what do you do? You do what Rick Bebout and a group of 80 bowhunters did in West Virginia. Backed by the support of the city, the Morgantown Urban Archers were formed. It brought meat to those in need, effectively knocked down the deer numbers, and gained the trust of the residents of Morgantown, all on a extremely low budget.
February 3, 2018
Treestand safety is a hot topic. Studies show that treestand accidents are by far the leader in serious injury or death to a hunter. Wayne Borgardus has invented a device that is a game changer and address all the issues.  The device  is lightweight, attaches easily to the tree or to a Life Line, supports an hunter of the larger or smaller variety, works with any harness, can be used over and over, is affordable, and will slowly and safely drop you to the ground should fall.
January 27, 2018
The archery industry is certainly flooded with bow manufacturers. So if you are going to get in, you better be great.  So where do you begin?  Enter stage left, Xpedition Archery.  After making parts for well known bow manufacturers, Xpedition started building bows with the same engineering, quality, and  demands that the aircraft industry puts on aircraft manufacturers.  We sat down with Blake Davis, the national sales manager for Xpedition Archery to see what's under the hood.
January 20, 2018
When asked to be the Master of Ceremonies at a Deer Summit, you say "heck yes"!  Fred Allard, Director of the Rockingham Fishing and Hunting Expo, threw out the idea. On a cold January 2018 day in New Hampshire our own Jay Scott gathered along with Neil Pendleton, Todd Mead, Bobby Sholan, Rodney Elmer, Jim Gallagher, and Dean Vanier to discuss many concepts surrounding deer and deer hunting.
January 13, 2018
Henry Moncrief hunts Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine. Despite their reputation for holding smaller racked bucks compared to the midwest for example, lower deer densities, and difficult hunting terrain, Henry seems to have found a formula for hunting and killing the bigger, if not the biggest bucks in these woods no matter which state he hunts.  Henry changes his strategies based on the weather, loves to read hunting pressure, and says that smelling like nothing is a key to his success.
January 6, 2018
Hunting outside of the United States summons the need for a new set of hunting strategies. Ulrik Orskov is passionate big game hunter from Denmark, where he hunts the familiar European deer like fallow, roe, and red but often ventures to the rugged mountains of New Zealand in search of the Bull Tahr and Sambar. We breakdown Ulrik strategies and styles of bow hunting in each country and learn why a walking stick is worth it's weight in gold.
December 30, 2017
As we approach 2018, we decided to look back on 2017 and discuss some of our favorite moments of the Deer Hunt Podcast.  And, by request from our listenership, we talk more about ourselves- who we are, where we're from, our hunting influences,  our goals, and we answer our own 10 rapid fire questions.  We tend to listen intently to our guests on this show , but rarely dive deep into who we are as the crew of the Big Buck Registry, so we decided to mix it up a bit.
December 16, 2017
Why do we hunt?  Why are we hunters? What makes us tick? For many reasons, these are questions that we should probably ask ourselves as hunters.  Robbie Kroger has set out to answer these questions as part of his Blood Origins project.  We all have a connection in our roots to hunting, passed along from generation to generation. This is what we might consider our hunting heritage. It has a smell, a feel, you breathe it in and it feels amazing.
December 9, 2017
If you've ever explored the many hunting services that are available today you've probably had some experiences that left you wanting more. This is exactly what drove Tony Caggiano to start Wold Slam Adventures while exploring a World Slam turkey hunt.  Today Tony offers his knowledge and experience of hunting to those seeking a world class hunting experience.  Still, despite having access hunting around  the world Tony says he'll still enjoys coming home to deer hunt his own woods.
December 2, 2017
Chancy Walters is a fisherman, a hunter, a wildlife artist, an entrepreneur, a cook, a traveler and a self proclaimed adrenaline junkie and storm chaser.  Chancy prefers a no scouting, run and gun, snooking for whitetails style of hunting. He says it leads to a stress free lifestyle. His talents go beyond the field though when he picks up a paintbrush to capture the very scenes he lived, and makes a living selling the artwork he created.
November 25, 2017
On a frosty November morning in 1979 a 9-point whitetail buck walked into Don Higgin's set. Don squeezed the trigger on his grandfathers Remington 12-gauge, the slug found it’s mark. The fire to deer hunt forever more was ignited. Don became a conservation contractor and transformed lots of the Midwest into whitetail habitat for the US Government and private individuals. In one week in October 2017, Don shot two bucks of a lifetime totaling over 400 inches of antler.
November 18, 2017
Matt Ross is certified wildlife biologist and licensed forester. He received his bachelor's in wildlife conservation from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, and his master's in wildlife management from the University of New Hampshire. Before joining the QDMA staff, Matt worked for a natural resource consulting firm in southern New Hampshire, and he was a QDMA volunteer and Branch officer and is now QDMA's Assistant Director of Conservation.
November 11, 2017
Cuz Strickland has been around the outdoor industry scene for quite some time now.  You may remember the television show Mossy Oak's Hunting the Country back in the 90s.   Cuz was one of the first employees of Mossy Oak when he joined the team back in 1987 and worked with Toxey Haas to develop the Media Production Department. Today he serves Mossy Oak as Senior Vice President of Media Services and Cuz still maintains a hands-on, through-the-viewfinder approach to outdoor television production.
November 4, 2017
Danielle Halverson is 20 years old.  A petite frame, you would be hard pressed if you passed her on the street to think the words 'stone cold killer'.  But make no mistake, despite her age, looks, and demeanor, Danielle is a lethal bowhunter. It's interesting to interview today's younger generation and come across someone like Danielle who says she never stops thinking about deer hunting, guides for mule deer, and has a couple of 170" class deer under her belt.
October 28, 2017
You are about to listen to a series of stories where the victims never thought they'd be lost. Dave Paulides, author of the book Missing 411 - Hunters - Unexplained Disappearances, decided to delve deeper and investigate a subset of missing persons. Dave identified a deeper subset of missing person that hit home with us, specifically hunters with skill sets whom you could never imagine deemed missing, much less lost,  all of which were never found.
October 21, 2017
In this show, we dig a little deeper in ozone and how it’s should be used, an ever changing outdoor industry environment and what that means to the Enforcer, more of Tim’s tips and tricks for hunting whitetail, his hunt one big buck mentally, how he prepares for a hunting trip, and the story of how Tim guided legendary Dodger’s hitter Kirk Gibson, on a whitetail hunt for a buck called Fraser.
October 14, 2017
Seems like one of the most controversial topics amongst hunters these days is high fence hunting. So, we decided to take another deeper look into the subject, only this time with Shawn Smith from Texas. Shawn, along with his father Rowan, runs a high fence-low fence ranch, a deer breeding and genetics facility, and a deer fence manufacturing company. There are quite a few things that we can learn from deer in a high fence/low fence managed hunting areas that we can take to the field on even public grounds.
October 7, 2017
If you’ve shopped for a tree stand between 1996 and now, you may have noticed a sticker on the box or on the tree stand with the three initials, TMA - the Treestand Manufacturer's Association. This sticker seems to be attached to everything we buy relative to climbing a tree these days, but what the heck does in mean? That TMA sticker, it means a heck of a lot more than meets the eye.
September 30, 2017
Blake Alma has written for numerous outdoor publications, written 4 books, and hosts his own outdoor radio show. All because someone handed him a fishing pole when he was 13 years old. He fell for the outdoor way of life. Here's the kicker. Blake is only 16 years old.  In just 3 years Blake has accomplished more than many accomplish in a lifetime.  Blake is driven, isn't consumed by video games, and has a direction that we rarely see in a 16 year old these days.
September 23, 2017
Ben’s reputation in the whitetail world is no secret. With the many Boone and Crockett bucks to his credit, it's easy to see why hunters want to know more. Ben’s dad started trapping and hunting with Ben when he was just a toddler. He credits his woodsmanship, deer and habitat knowledge to his father and the older generations of people who spent time with him outdoors. Ben now works as a forester/timber buyer for a local sawmill and as an outfitter for Wicked Ridge Outfitters.
September 16, 2017
When you get your own Wikipedia page, you know you've done something notable. Turns out Nick Hoffman has a page on the interweb based encyclopedia, and he should.  Nick made a career playing fiddle next to the likes of Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban, Trace Adkins, Sara Evans, and Brooks & Dunn.  But the fun doesn't stop there.  Nick has a show on the Outdoor Channel called Nick's Wild Ride where he hunts different parts of the world, but explores unique aspects of the local culture while on location.
September 9, 2017
Every hunter dreams of shooting a trophy buck—of looking down on a cool, crisp morning and seeing a massive set of antlers walking below his or her tree. Master Bowhunter Bill Vale’s landmark book brings into perspective the order of survival.  Bill enjoys hunting in areas where the deer are under extreme hunting pressure, like Bill’s hunting area of Calhoun County, Michigan, where there are some of the highest numbers of hunters per square mile than any other place in the country.
September 2, 2017
"...for Billy Joe Lunch Bucket, the working man like me an you"- That's the phrase that embodies the cast of the podcast,  Working Class Bowhunter.  One day Curt Geier turned in his BMX bicycle for a compound bow and the rest is now actively in the podcast history books.  Curt heads up the podcast and has created a remarkable brand and cast. Their show is described as unscripted, fun, and casual, and all about the blue collar bow hunter.  We've been a fan since day one.
August 26, 2017
Art Helin spends a lot of time in the deer woods.  He is a student. Art says that it's not unusual for him to spend 150 days a year in the field - guiding, scouting, hunting, but most of all learning.  You'll often find Art delivering seminars for many different aspects of deer hunting, where he shares stories that he draws from his own experiences, both successes and failures. Art uses lots of today's technology including online topographical and aerial maps and game cameras.  He loves a good food plot, timberland management, pond projects, and smart foresters. In turn, Art conducts his own deer habitat consultations and will share his knowledge with any hunter that will listen. OUR SPONSORS: Advanced Treestands, Covert Scouting Cameras, Horny Buck Seed Company, Morse's Sporting Goods, Strut Zone NWTF DEER NEWS:  What You Should Know About EHD DNR Seeks Input on January Deer Hunt Moose Hunt in Two ND Refuges Are a First Tiffany Lakosky Opens Up about Battle with Cancer Here's What We Discuss: Dodgeville Wisconsin, August is Nice The Countdown to Deer Season Land's End, Real Estate, the Outdoors Age 12, Hunter's Safety, The First Hunt Garage Sale, and the Browning Bantham University of Wisconsin Football Ralph Cianciarulo and Ralph and Vicki The First Gun- The Bolt .22 A Gun for a Car Habitat Consultation Food, Water, and Sanctuary Foresters Against Hinge Cutting, Stump Cut Bacteria in Shallow Water Pools, Pod Liners 3.5 Foot Deep Ponds, Turn Over A 365 Day Food Source, Differences Between Old Deer & Young Stay Out of the Sanctuary After July The Canopy and Tree Layout Girdling Elm Trees, Loggers vs Foresters Deer Vocalizations, Seminars How Do You Hunt the Whitetail The Coyote Call, Ingress and Egress Social Grunts and Light Sparing Calls Early Estrus Bleats and Snort Wheeze with a Visual The Jealousy Button - Mid Season Late Season Social Decoys Scent Control, 2-3 Weeks to Remove Scent Flashes on Cameras and Deer Reactions Reducing Scent on Game Cams Carbon Arrows and Cold Weather Clothing and Realtree Memorable Deer Hunt and 10 Rapid Fire Questions Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
August 19, 2017
Mia Anstine recently found herself on the cover of Field and Stream and rightfully so,  Mia is an outdoor writer, podcaster, and hunting guide in Colorado.  You'll hear Mia's positivity as we discuss the numerous species and hunting opportunities that Colorado has to offer. Mia loves getting in shape both mentally and physically in preparation for her guided horseback mule deer hunts and explains why waiting  patiently for the right shot will pay huge dividends.
August 12, 2017
Which came first, the Rooster or the Hatch? Turns out they were created around the same time. Chris and Casey Keefer, the hosts of Dropped, an Outdoor Channel show reminiscent of what might happen if you crossed the Amazing Race and deer hunting into one survivalist package, are behind all of these - Rusted Rooster, a production company, Hatch a marketing company, and Dropped, a creative outdoor hunting television show.
August 5, 2017
Across Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans lies the town of Hammond, Louisiana. And tucked within the swamps of Hammond you will find Bruce Mitchell and his humble homestead. Bruce entertains millions of viewers each year as he shares his nightly dinner preparation and adventures from is outdoor kitchen while sporting overalls and a stars and stripes bandana. Bruce is known as a gator man, but he's hunted everything that roams the swamps of Louisiana, including what Bruce calls "slick swamp bucks".
July 29, 2017
You most probably have seen the video. You know, the one with the bluetooth trackable nock? Brandon Bates, the arena voice of the Professional Bull Riders and host of RMEF Team Elk on the Outdoor Channel, is also co-owner of Breadcrumb, the company behind the bluetooth nock technology. Brandon, who says he prefers to stay out of the spotlight, is a television show host, PBR arena announcer, entrepreneru, and has spent many hours hunting the west with Cam Hanes.
July 22, 2017
John Eberhart, a Michigan resident, has been hunting the Michigan deer woods for 53 years. He has 30 bucks in the Michigan record books that John says were taken from 19 different properties in 10 different counties. How does he do it so effectively? John is a skilled woodsman, but beyond that, John says his key to success is his saddle hunting apparatus, once known as the tree sling.
July 15, 2017
The deer drag of a tracker can last for hours. Trackers venture deep into the big woods, on the trail of a mature buck, wherever the track may roam.  By necessity, trackers become some of the most skilled navigational woodsmen on the planet. The ones that don't become skilled with a compass and TOPO map, never came home.  Joe DiNitto is a deer tracker and hunts the Adirondacks of New York.
July 8, 2017
If you wanted to test out a new kind of face paint that doesn't crack under pressure, meaning is doesn't run or disappear when faced with a severe perspiration situation, where would you go to test it?   For Brian Hardy, Florida was the ideal testing ground because first, it is the perfect environment to sweat, but more importantly, he lives there.
July 1, 2017
Adam Hays III says that to kill a 200" buck, you must surgically remove them from the face of the earth.  This means planning, lots of planning. The first step is to actually hunt where a big deer lives. It's a simple strategy, but an essential one. Step two through the kill shot is a bit more complex.  Using the Red Moon phases of a product he created called the Moon Guide, Adam uses the high likelihood daylight deer movement days to plan his hunt in conjunction with a mental thesis of the buck he pursue
June 24, 2017
Fred Bird is full speed ahead. A turkey hunter at heart, Fred found his dream job with the National Wild Turkey Federation as a Regional Director where his primary focus is raising money for the preservation and conservation of the wild turkey.  A huge and positive side effect of using dollars to create better habitat for turkey is the creation of habitat for all species.
June 17, 2017
Roger Raglin is an outdoor television pioneer and he has been entertaining us with his deer hunting videos for over 30 years.  We don't see him slowing down any time soon as he continues to create and edit his own work.  Sure, maybe his perspectives on hunting and society have changed, but his drive is still alive.
June 10, 2017
Kalobe Miller is an accomplished deer hunter out of Pennsylvania, and without a hunting mentor to turn to, he learned to deer hunt through trial and error.  One such lesson:   Kalobe says that that the hunting pressure in his area is so high that learning to pattern the hunter is just as important as learning the pattern the deer.
June 3, 2017
Can hunting survive without conservation?  Can conservation survive without hunting?  History tells us that they need each other to survive.  Hunting without rules will surely devastate a species.  Conservation regulation without hunting has shown that hunting dollars matter greatly, and without the economic backing, poachers have a field day.
May 27, 2017
When you meet Heather Shepherd for the first time, you'll be hard pressed to know that you are face to face with a hardcore hunting machine.  Her modesty, quiet demeanor, and lack of desire to be in the spotlight, will leave you guessing. Unless you do ask, you wouldn't know that Heather is in line to be the President of North Carolina's Dixie Deer Classic, or that she holds a North Carolina state record for black bear kill, or that she is a crack shot - frequently killing game at 500 yards or more, and that she recent killed an alligator with her knife. What? Yes, true story. We caught up with Heather recently at SHOT Show, Las Vegas and we were psyched when she said yes to joining us on the podcast.  Heather is the real deal. OUR SPONSORS: Advanced Treestands, Covert Scouting Cameras, HB Seed Company, The Eurohanger, Morse's Sporting Goods DEER NEWS: 5 Herbicides Every Deer Steward Should Know Driver Attempts CPR on Deer in Minnesota HERE'S WHAT WE DISCUSS: A North Carolina Girl, A Country Girl You Have a Winter Down There? The Classy Sassy, a Tom Boy The Dead Cemetery and the Hunt Club Daddy is My Right Hand Man My First Weapon - The 25.06 Hunting is My Me Time Vacation or Hunting? A Silly Question The Dixie Deer Classic The White County Wildlife Club and Women President First Event of Its Kind in History The Money Show,  A Public Show The Hunting Celebrities are Getting Pricey Too Much on My Plate, More Than I Can Chew Josh Carney and James Blakenbeckler A Hunt with a Knife an Alligator The Force of a 500lb Man A Record Bear Kill in North Carolina and a 45.70 678lbs and I'm Pregnant Long Range Hunting, 520 yards Heather's Gear Run Down A Flat Lander, A Area or a Good Area? Understanding Deer, Their Lifestyle The Season Ends, the Season Begins Prime Hunting Days and Scent It Couldn't Get Any Duckier Can't Take a Test without Preparation A Memorable Deer Hunt and 10 Rapid Fire Questions   Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips  
May 20, 2017
When James Blakenbeckler first picked up a .177 pellet gun as a kid, he probably didn't realize that it was the beginning of a career in the Marine Corps and eventually the hunting industry.  But then again, maybe he did.  Qualifying on the Marine Corps firing range was a piece of cake as James spent many an day shooting his gun growing up.  James is a planner. So much so that he would calculate exactly how many days he could be absent in high school to pursuit more time in the treestand. Today, James is part owner of Open Season TV and we were lucky enough to have him as a guest on Episode 200 of the Big Buck Registry Deer Hunting Podcast.   We cover everything from buck body language, to Game Cam placement, to calling deer like most turkey hunters call in turkeys. We also learn how James plays the wind, uses thermals to his advantage (something he learned in the Marine Corps), how deer act natural around platforms placed at least 6 feet off the ground and how to begin your deer season (right after the last one ends). Notebook required. OUR SPONSORS: Advanced Treestands, Covert Scouting Cameras, HB Seed Company, The Eurohanger, Morse's Sporting Goods DEER NEWS: Treestand Safety Awareness Foundation and Summit Treestands NDA Launches Coffee and Deer Show No More Medication for Key Deer for Screw Worm Deer Wrangled in Minnesota Walmart HERE'S WHAT WE DISCUSS: High Winds, Small Town USA Indiana Socializing at the Local Archery Shop A Camaraderie, Friendship, Year Round The Marine Corps, Boot Camp, Bonds Rural Area, Keeping It a Secret Deer Hunting at Age 4, An Attendance Policy My First Weapon, Shooting for Fun A Best Friend Named Paddock Shooting a Bow Lefty and Righty Hunting and Filling a Void Open Season TV, The Beginning We Have a Blast, $3000 Camera Swim Deer Season Starts the Day Deer Season Ends Getting the Deer Healthy with Mineral Grid the Properties, March Deer Stand Locating  What's Changed? I Find Where the Deer Live Triangulation of Trail Cameras Playing the Thermals, Day Walkers, and the Wind Seeing the Thermals with Dust High Pressure, Rising Thermals, Falling Thermals Elevated Ground Blinds, 8x8 Platforms, Playground Log Kits Above 6 Feet Deer Calm Down, Longer Windows for Bowhunters Leaning on the Game Camera, 12 Properties, 3000 Acres Calling for Deer, The 3 Fs of Deer Calling,  The Call Sequence Decoying and Scent, The Drunk Buck Walk  A Bow Hunter at Heart, Scent Control Fanatic Ozone, Never Wear Clothes More than Twice Dressed at the Truck, Despite the Temps Most Memorable Deer Hunt, 10 Rapid Fire Questions Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips  
May 13, 2017
Josh McDaniel is a stone cold deer hunting machine.  But so is his wife, Krysten McDaniel. Pay no attention to Krysten's well groomed hair and manicured nails - it carries no merit.  Over the years, together they have zoned in on hunting big mature whitetail in some of the best whitetail areas in the country, namely Kansas, Illinois, and Indiana.  Josh taught Krysten everything he knows about deer hunting, and now, each are lethal.  Josh says that studying the individual habits of each buck you hunt is crucial to success because bucks are as individual as people.  They each have their own unique habits and it's your job as the student to identify when to move in for the kill. And, that these studies can sometimes take years, not months, to figure out. OUR SPONSORS: Advanced Treestands, Covert Scouting Cameras, The HB Seed Company, Eurohanger, and Morse's Sporting Goods DEER NEWS: Threat of Moose Tick Looms Continued Reintroduction of Wolves in New Mexico Teen Who Jumped into Bass Pro Fish Tank May Face Charges HERE'S WHAT WE DISCUSS: Realtree Max Double Caffeinated Coffee Playing Hard to Get, Girly, and Guns Love at First Gobble, Pretty Girls, and Hunting The Hunting Cheerleader, I Can't Shoot Buck Fever The Landscape of Big Bucks - Kansas, Indiana, Illinois Old Mining Grounds and Edge Hunting, 80% Bow Leasing the Hunting Grounds with a Group Strategies for Filming Big Buck Hunts Dressed to Kill with Tammy Gregory Filming for Realtree and Carbon TV Over Saturation of Hunting Shows Web Based Shows and Having Fun A Bow Shop, Shooter's Archery Josh's Favorite State to Hunt Daytime Deer Movement is Key to Success Hunting the High Pressure Buck - Different Personalities Getting a Feel for Each Buck Thanksgiving Time Bucks, Tracking Wind Directions  Logging Each Buck Pic and Noting Weather Patterns 3 Years of Learning and iPhone Notes Sheds, Pics, and Finding a Buck's Core Area The Female Mindset of Hunting Bath and Body Works Gingerbread Pumpkin Scent Free Regimen, A Month Before the Season Memorable Deer Hunts and 10 Rapid Fire Questions Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
May 6, 2017
Rob Richardson lives a primitive life,  commuting across a pond to get to and from his home and vehicle for work.  His home is equipped with solar electricity and Rob's cell phone reception allows him to watch his favorite show The Rifleman.  But television is the least of his concerns.  Rob's true form of entertainment is found in the woods, hunting for sheds, or deer, or turkey or checking game cameras or talking to others about shed hunting, or helping others find a wounded deer, or playing fetch with his shed hunting dogs.  And when he's not doing any of those things, you might find him with a brush and easel, painting an image of a buck that he has stuck in his head.  Rob finds many a shed in his New Hampshire deer woods each season, which is unusual considering how few antlers there are to actually find in New Hampshire.  Rob sticks out as one of those outdoorsmen that seems to be particularly gifted at his craft, so, we felt an interview was only appropriate. OUR SPONSORS:  Advanced Treestands , Covert Scouting Cameras , Horny Buck Seed Company, Eurohanger, Morse's Sporting Goods DEER NEWS: DDH Joins ROKU Lineup Coyote Hunting Comes Back to Wyoming Tea Make from Antlers May Cause Botulism HERE'S WHAT WE DISCUSS: Landlocked, Went to Pennsylvania Once Freedom, Common Land Laws They Called Me Bruce, Art Geek Painting Pictures in Your Head When'd You Grow the Beard? Not Shaving Until I Get a 200lb Buck 200 in OH vs 200 in NH Solar Power, Primitive Living, By Boat and Snowmobile Heat, Fire, Coffee and Homesteading Off the Grid, Pioneer Woman NH Shed Hunter's Club Shed Hunting in New Hampshire and the Southern Exposure Deer Are Stressed in March Topo Maps, Saddles, Food, Weather and Snowfall Homework, Time, Research, Years of Study Mast, Acorns, and Thermal Barriers Still Hunting for Sheds, Not Moving Too Fast 100,000 Deer in NH, What Are the Odds? Adding a Dog and Jeremy Moore's System Keeping Your Dog Under Control in the Woods You're Not on that Ridge, You're Here Working the Wind with a Dog Vermont Legs and Mount Kearsarge Blood Tracking Dogs The Correlation Between Shed Hunting and Buck Habits New Rules, Bed High, Eat Low 10 Rapid Fire Questions and a Deer Story   Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
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