This week on D2W we are going to continue our conversation with John Eberhart about post season scouting. John will share why it is so important to scout as soon as season goes out and what to look for when scouting. Enjoy! Learn more about John Eberhart at...
This week on D2W we talk to John Eberhart about why post season scouting is so important to bagging next year's buck. John shared so much information about this topic and more, that we broke this up into two shows. Enjoy part 1 here and check back next week for the...
This week, we begin the show talking to Chris O’hara about the Outdoor Life and Field and Stream show coming to Paducah January 17-19th. Then, we talk about a topic that really intrigues me and that is trapping. Professional trapper Alan Probst calls-in to talk why...
It might be January, but there are plenty of outdoor activities you can partake in to keep you busy. Jacob Whitehall and Drew Ramage talk about the many things you can do this time of year, because the seasons never end.
There are several activities that can keep you busy this time of year, like crappie, deer and rabbits. Oh My! Steve Hunt talks about how to catch crappie in the winter, Jacob Whitehall shares strategies for hunting late December/January deer and Brian Thomas...
On this week’s show we talk about finding and hunting a mature buck’s core area. Josh Yancey hunts a new property and via trail cameras and observation narrows down where a mature buck is living. We discuss how it all played out on this show. Enjoy!
This week we continue talking waterfowl, as the waterfowl seasons are in full swing in our area. Kile Jones, the 2018 World Goose Calling Champion, discusses things to look for in the body language of the waterfowl when calling to them and what a calling competition...
This week on D2W we talk to Lyle Sinkey about scouting waterfowl. A sure fire way to harvest more waterfowl is knowing exactly where they want to be. Lyle will explain what he looks for when scouting and how he does it. Enjoy!
With the peak of the rut winding down and the post rut close, Dale Wilson and I discuss our hunts and what to expect. Then, Brook Richard of Higdon Outdoors joins us to discuss the waterfowl seasons that are opening in our area. The weather has a bunch of birds...
I saw someone on Facebook asking, "Does scent control really work?" and It got me thinking, does it? We will share two scent control measures that we feel work and then go from there. Enjoy!
Dale and Lane have a hunt they won't soon forget, with turkey sounds and turkeys everywhere. This video is a bit long, but shows turkey behavior, all kinds of sounds turkey make and how they react to calling. Enjoy!
After scouting and figuring out this Tom's pattern, Ross and his dad Drew setup in his strut zone and wait for him to arrive. The morning starts off fairly slow, but the action picks up.
Dale Wilson is setup in a bottoms with turkeys gobbling all around him. When this tom finally commits, you see how fast a turkey can run. Enjoy
Dale, Lane and Kyle setup on a tom that is just slobbering on and off the roost. Unfortunately, he struts and gobbles in the same spot for over 15 minutes. Which call did the tom finally respond to? Watch and find out.
It is opening day for the 2019 spring youth turkey hunt in Kentucky and it was a quick turkey hunt. See how it all plays out on this video. We hope you enjoy!
The last duck hunt of the year is a youth only season. The action start off slow, but picks up. These youth lay the smackdown on some ducks. Plus, the retrievers put on a show. Enjoy!
The 2018 Kentucky rifle season is winding down and Brenden and Drew go out to punch some doe tags. As day breaks, several does pop into the field. Watch how the hunt goes here:
Have you ever had that one doe you wanted to harvest? Well, we did, and the Short-Eared Doe goes down in this video. What a range of emotions for this young hunter and what a doe. Wary, Old, No Teeth, Short Ears, hats off to you old lady!
Ross needed to build his confidence after a clean miss on the Short-Eared Doe a couple of days before. After not seeing much in the blind, we still-hunt the woods and connect on this doe.