ATA Day 1 – 6: Rackology

  RACKOLOGY produces the highest quality, premium deer nutritional products on the market, period! RACKOLOGY products are scientifically researched and formulated by an actual biologist and agronomist with extensive deer and wildlife research, not just some re-packaged livestock products like many companies on the market. What a combination! RACKOLOGY not only has the BEST deer pro products on the market, but they eliminate the expense and confusion of which products to purchase, saving you time…

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Episode # 335 Understand What It Means To Run And Gun To Success with Nine Finger Chronicles – Dan Johnson

Dan Johnson, host of Nine Fingers Chronicles podcast, shares that there are a lot of factors affecting a good hunt. These include the weather, barometer changes, and even the moon phase. Dan also talks about run-and-gun techniques and the use of an observation stand, but that one important thing to realize is everybody has their own techniques. It isn’t just about picking up your bow and shooting some arrows. You need to change up your…

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Episode # 239 Closing The Distance: Hunting Secrets With Matt Moore

Hunting whitetails in Texas can be extremely difficult – but not for Matt Moore, founder of the Mt. Enterprise-based company Closing the Distance. From shooting his first buck at 11 with a trusty 30-30, Matt now shares his passion for critters on-camera. Closing the Distance always makes sure that hunters get all the rush without any of the harmful side effects. Imagine a nine-inch cow-horn spike on Thanksgiving morning, with your rifle slung across your…

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Episode # 264 No Scent or UV Glow – Dr. Shawn Tyson

Dr. Shawn Tyson, owner of Pure One Outdoors, designs innovative products to help hundreds of hunters control their scent and be more successful in the woods and around water. Shawn quickly developed a passion for the outdoors as he grew hunting and fishing with his father and grandfather. As early as he could hold a shotgun, he was hunting squirrels and rabbits with his father. Growing up in a blue collar family, he learned very…

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#424 The Thinking Woodsman – Tim Kjellesvik

The outdoor industry is full of folks waiting for the next best thing. To know how to set yourself apart and be successful, Tim Kjellesvik, host of The Thinking Woodsman podcast, shares his wealth of information on what makes you saleable, marketable, and promotable in the outdoor industry. His article called Five Ways to Set Yourself Apart in the Outdoor Industry answers questions on how you should run a business in this space. He also…

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#432 Trophy Whitetails R’US – Dillan Porter

  It’s amazing what whitetails teach us all the time and how much the experts think they know about them. When it comes down to the push and shove, they know some stuff, no question about it, but when you put the whole thing together, all these moving parts have to be very successful year after year. Dillan Porter of Trophy Whitetails R’Us grew up around whitetails and he said he can’t imagine anything different.…

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#360 Phases of the Rut – Art Helin

Art Helin gives a breakdown of the seminar he gave at Iowa Deer Classic about the seasons of deer vocalization used during all four phases of the Rut to harvest mature bucks. He talks about the different types of calls used, and why they were effective and why they weren’t. He also shares insights with land management and says it’s broken down into four different parts: food, water, cover, and sanctuaries. He believes the last…

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Episode # 318: Trophy Bucks of Iowa – Brandon Dahms

Trophy Bucks of Iowa isn’t just about the inches on the head of the animal. It’s about their trophy and what it means to them to take that animal. Brandon Dahms wants to instill that trophy may not have the same meaning of a trophy to a young boy that went out on his first hunt, but it’s about creating memories of being able to go out, hunt, and what it means to them which…

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# 325 Target And Hunt One Mature Buck-Learn How So You Can Too- with Jeremy Berlin

Jeremy Berlin talks about hunting mature bucks and the factors that come into it. Jeremy says it’s hard passing up a 140, but the delay of satisfaction brings you a 190 or 180-inch buck. He shares that the most important factors in holding bucks in your land is food, bedding, and water. Running year-round nutrition and food plots will appeal to a deer throughout the year. It doesn’t matter how much acreage you have. If…

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