Outdoor Marketing Versus Being A Hunter with Dan Infalt

  Today’s multi-billion dollar whitetail industry has created a sense of having to have product X to be a successful hunter. Dan Infalt who runs The Hunting Beast forum is back to share his thoughts on hunting shows that are scripted and produced mainly for outdoor marketing campaigns. Laying down what it does to the hunting community, he talks about how it sets unrealistic expectations on what it means to become a hunter. Dan then…

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561 Amazing Powerful Hunting Tradition – Dad – Author – Kory Slye

  The hunting tradition has been a part of some people’s heritage. It has also been their way to spend time with the family. Hunter, chef, and writer Kory Slye tells us about their family’s hunting tradition and what he learned from his dad. He recalls how his dad let them experience the great outdoors growing up. He shares how he starts his own tradition with his kids. He writes about his adventures and shares…

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Extreme Huntress 2 – Finalist Jamie Belknap

  The Extreme Huntress™ Competition is about preserving the outdoor heritage and aims to create positive role models for women who want to participate in hunting. Joining in is one of Extreme Huntress’ Finalists, Jamie Belknap. Jamie is a firm believer that her duty is to be a positive advocate not only for female hunters, but youth hunters, disabled hunters, and hunting as a whole. She recounts the top three takeaways she bagged from her…

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Deer Hunting – Hunt’n Buddy App – Joe Rogan

  Technology is continually advancing and there are massive apps for hunting made available in the app stores today. One worth trying is the Hunt’n Buddy app. The man behind this genius is Joe Rogan. Today, he breaks down the key features of this app. With a passion for helping an everyday hunter to get from point A to point B, to log data, and to do the mapping in just a tap, Joe shares…

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Deer Hunting – Hutch Has A Little Hope – Casey & Hope Hutchinson

  Hunting is always exciting, especially when you are training your own kids. Casey and Hope Hutchinson are promoting some hunting brands while sharing their hunting experiences with their own kids. Taking your kids out hunting and incentivizing it trains them not only to responsible at home but also in the field. They explain the points they have for their bucks and elks, and how the system varies from one state to another. — Listen to…

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# 512 Initial Ascent with Dennis Stokes

[spp-player] Yes, you can deer hunt with an Initial Ascent pack say Dennis Stokes At Initial Ascent (http://initialascent.com/) innovation is at the forefront of every decision. We benchmark our products on Innovation, Quality, Durability, Functionality, and Comfort. Our products are 100% made in the United States. We are proud, American backcountry hunters who live, work, and play in the adventurous state of Idaho. We test our products extensively with help from our Ascent Team Athletes.…

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# 509 Land & Legacy Food Plot Part 3

[spp-player] Adam Keith: I think it’s one of those things to where let’s boil it down to the root of this of saying, “Okay, here’s my best pitch for you of why should you plant a food plot,” or you’re weighing that out in your head and you say, “Okay, how much money are you willing to spend? Because to actually have a successful food plot, one that’s beneficial and your work is actually rewarded,…

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# 508 Land & Legacy Food Plot Part 2

[spp-player] Well, the marketing people. I was stumbling over my words, but, you know, it’s the greatest thing in the world and we all fall for marketing. You know, a huge buck, gorgeous green field, and you got too have X. If you have X in this bottle, if you put this on your thing, or you plant with Y, you’re going to have…you know, you’re going to have Booners, you know, out the network.…

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# 507 Land & legacy Food Plot Part 1

[spp-player] Bruce: You know, I think about that, and just take us back to when you first started hearing about food plots. I know you worked with, you know, a grant a long time, where you were an intern, and did lots of things from them. But, you know, let’s go down memory lane because, as far as I know, you know, we hunted Eddie’s corn, alfalfa, or beans. Adam: That’s right. I don’t know…

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