Wildlife Women Rock with Melissa Blair

  There’s a stigma that women are supposed to stay home barefoot and pregnant. On the contrary, women are the fastest growing segment in the outdoor industry right now. Melissa Blair, Vice President of Wildlife Women, shares how they started from a Facebook post from their president, Bridgette Holbrook, where people got connected and engaged. Wildlife Women is an outdoor group created to educate, encourage, and inspire women in various aspects of the outdoors regardless of…

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562 Discover the R3 of Hunting – Meadow Kouffeld

Listen to the podcast here: Meadow on R3 – When we leave this world, we leave something behind. One way or another, for better or worse. Equally true is our inheritance upon birth. I was not born in to wealth rather a rich life. My inheritance is one of skills, knowledge, and passion for the outdoors. I am fortunate for my upbringing. Most girls and women never get the opportunities that I did. I am…

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Zombie Deer – The Brow Tine Buck with Joseph Byler

  A true story of a whitetail buck I hunted for many years with an amazing story to tell. My name is Joseph Byler. I have been an archer since I was young, thanks to the love of hunting my dad instilled in me while growing up. We have an Amish background, and the majority of my family still remains Amish today. As you might imagine, our love of the outdoors is in our blood…

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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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ATA Day 3 – 5: Realtree.com

  Realtree.com– In 1986, very early in the camouflage revolution, Bill Jordan decided to try his hand at designing a camo pattern. Bill had entered the hunting industry in 1983 when he started Spartan Archery Products in a back room of his father’s boat dealership in Columbus, Georgia. Spartan manufactured t-shirts at a local mill which were sold to a variety of large retail customers across the country. The commodity garment trade was a tough,…

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#514 Women Deer Hunt Too – Dawn Freeland

[spp-player] Women Deer Hunt Too with Dawn Freeland…I started out doing a radio talk show called Shooting It Straight on Saturdays tan talk1340.com. The show talked about guns, pistols, couple’s, hunting and shooting. They have since changed their format. I appear on local TV Shows for special hunting events and I also do radio interviews. But writing about my outdoors experiences is where my heart is at. Being a female hunter in a male dominated…

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# 513 The original Organic Meat – Venison Chef Derek St. Romain

[spp-player] “I am Chef Derek St. Romain and my whole life is centered around Organic food….Venison. From writing recipes for North American Whitetail’s website, shooting recipe videos for Ingles Market to my past job at Duke Diet and Fitness Center everything I do is somehow related to food. Which leads to my real passion—Backyard Bow Pro http://www.nohungrypeople.org/ and specifically Deer hunting to feed the needy. Backyard Bow Pro Bowhunting for Hungry Backyard Bow Pro is…

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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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# 503 Grandpa Ray Land Management Part 3 – John O’Brion

[spp-player] John, welcome back to the show and let’s talk about the Land Management plan and how it affects deer hunting from Grandpa Ray Outdoors. John: Yeah. If I have somebody where I’m actually stepping on property, hopefully, they’ve had soil samples taken ahead of time. But if they haven’t, that’s one thing that we’ve done at times is I’ve helped people take soil samples as we’re walking around touring the property. Because without a soil…

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