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!
This week, we have Mark Frey, Brent Frey and Terry Lammers join us to talk about a farm they've hunted for years. Through the years they've done lots of things on their farm to try to improve the hunting. Some things worked, some didn't, and they will share what...
One of the best times to hunt in October is when a cold front rolls through. Here are some reasons why!
A very effective way to get bucks to stop in front of your trail camera or treestand is to create a mock scrape. On this show we will show you how to create a mock scrape and why we put it in the location that we did.
As bucks break out of their bachelor groups, putting Big Tine in front of your trail cameras can help you take inventory of the bucks using your farm. This is a great thing to do toward the end of September and in October.
Sometimes when you plant a clover plot it doesn't come up as planned. This week we will discuss maintaining a clover plot that was just planted, but has a lot of grass in it.
The first cold front of 2018 has blown in, and with deer under the stand we are reminded why we love bow hunting. See how the hunt unfolds .
Their is a misconception that you shouldn't hunt deer in the mornings during the early season. In this video we will give you reason why you should hunting mornings during the early season. Hunting mornings can be very productive.
Are you ready for opening day? Don't wait until the last minute to pull all your gear out. Go thru your stuff ahead of time to make sure you have everything you need.
One of the best ways to learn woodsmanship is to go squirrel hunting. This week's tip of the week we talk about what is being learned in the woods by squirrel hunting.
We've got another tip of the week and it is about preparing fall food plots. Planting season is approximately 10 to 14 days away in our area and now is the time to spray and get a soil test if you haven't already.