This podcast explains a very powerful hunting method i call ” Johnny on the spot”. This method is going into an area semi-blind, figuring it out on the spot , and hunting immediately. The surprise factor, low impact, and power of this method is huge. This method also lets you hunt when you first arrive at a new place rather than scouting first.
Yes you can go into an area you never set foot in before, in the dark, set up, and kill deer. Even if you dont kill deer that sit, you will most likely see what deer are doing and be ready to move and make adjustments for the next sit.
This episode is all about hunting big woods whitetails. I live in northern Michigan and hunt big woods. Miles and miles of state land. This podcast explains my methods for hunting big woods and how it differs from hunting wood lots and small parcels. I will cover scouting, funnels, edges, stand locations, pressure, safety, etc.
This episode goes into full detail on how to use a GPS for blood trails and grid searches. I touched on this subject in the animal recovery tactics part 2 podcast but I got a few emails asking for more detail on this method. So i made this podcast that goes into great detail.
This podcast is all about target panic, buck fever and how it relates to shooting styles. I will explain target panic and buck fever as well as give my personal suggestions for curing both. Then lastly, explain what shooting styles are most affected and why.
This podcast will teach you how to do your own antler and european mounts. It will cover boiling, beetles, maceration, whitening, sealing, and cleaning. I will give a couple different methods including the method that pro taxidermist use. This is very easy stuff and everyone should know. The required materials and knowledge is minimal. Its fun and easy to do and saves you money and time.
This video show how to you use Peroxide for blodd trailing. When peroxide hits any blood residue no matter how old or thin the blood is it will turn white and frothy. This works great after a rain, in the grass, in pine needles, in swamps, etc.
This podcast talks about cold weather hunting. It goes into detail about dangers, clothing choices, ways to keep warm, dealing with perspiration, water, staying warm, unusual but effective ways to stay warm and a bunch of tips to make your winter hunting that much more enjoyable.
This podcast is more for the beginners out there. It covers the different types of quivers. It covers the pros and cons to both gloves and tabs. It covers details about why, when, and for what reason you should use an arm guard. As well as best type of arm guards.
It covers how they work, what is the best size, what is the best style, differences is quality, differences in coatings, the pros and cons about each, and other binocular related details. This is a podcast that goes into full detail about everything that relates to binoculars.
This video shows how to use peroxide to help with tough blood trails. Peroxide makes blood white and frothy and easy to see. If you have to blood trail thru swamps, grasses, crp, etc this will help you tremendously. Also works great after a rain as any blood stains will also turn white and frothy.
This podcast is about dealing with different types of hunting pressure and ways to use it to your advantage. I will cover border pressure, interior pressure, exterior pressure and unknown pressure. Hunting pressure is a major pain in the rear. But with stuff I talk about you should be able to turn that negative into a positive and use the pressure source as a tool to help you put meat in the freezer.
This podcast has something for everyone. It will give you tips and knowledge so you can take the best trophy pictures. It will give you a crash course in photography. If you are interested in taking photography farther than auto mode on the camera I have instruction and suggestions here for you as well.