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Ep. 537: Raising Outdoors Kids - A Mark and Dan Progress Report

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Ep. 537: Raising Outdoors Kids - A Mark and Dan Progress Report

This week on the show I'm joined by Dan Johnson to check-in on our progress attempting to raise outdoor kids and the lessons we've learned over the last 10 years introducing and teaching our collective 5 children about hunting, fishing, and other outdoor activities. Connect with Mark Kenyon and...
Ep. 536: Foundations - It’s Time To Start Shooting

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Ep. 536: Foundations - It’s Time To Start Shooting

On this week’s episode, Tony makes a compelling argument that all of us should dedicate ourselves to a target practice regimen, regardless of our weapon choice. Connect with Mark Kenyon and MeatEater Mark Kenyon on Instagram , Twitter , and Facebook MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter...
Ep. 535: Tackling Target Panic and Rebuilding My Shooting Process with Joel Turner

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Ep. 535: Tackling Target Panic and Rebuilding My Shooting Process with Joel Turner

Today on the show, I’m joined by archery coach and SHOT IQ founder Joel Turner to discuss my experiences battling target panic over the years and what I learned and changed about my shooting process after my in-person coaching experience with him this spring. Connect with Mark Kenyon and...
A Hunt a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

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A Hunt a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Have you ever called in sick to work and then went hunting instead? Did you feel a little guilty? We’ve all done it and maybe a few of us felt bad. But I’ve got good news. There’s no reason to feel bad about your decision. Yes, you heard me right and do feel free to pass this information along to...
Ep. 534: Foundations - Building a Better Bow, Part 2

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Ep. 534: Foundations - Building a Better Bow, Part 2

On today’s show, Tony discusses bow rests, quivers, and stabilizers and why whitetail hunters should really consider what bow accessories they choose. Connect with Mark Kenyon and MeatEater Mark Kenyon on Instagram , Twitter , and Facebook MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and...
Ep. 533: A Deer Hunter's Guide to Planting and Improving Native Grass Habitats with Chris McLeland

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Ep. 533: A Deer Hunter's Guide to Planting and Improving Native Grass Habitats with Chris McLeland

Today on the show, we’re discussing why, where, and how to plant native grass habitat for deer and deer hunting, and other wildlife, and joining me to discuss this is Pheasants Forever VP of Conservation Delivery, Chris McLeland. Connect with Mark Kenyon and MeatEater Mark Kenyon on...
Ep. 531: Planting Trees for Wildlife with Bob and Iain Wallace

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Ep. 531: Planting Trees for Wildlife with Bob and Iain Wallace

Today on the show we're talking trees; why they’re valuable to wildlife, where to plant them, and how to do it well. To help us have that conversation I’m joined by two of the most knowledgeable folks in the trees for wildlife world, Bob and Iain Wallace of Chestnut Hill Outdoors. Connect with Mark...
Following in the Footsteps of a Big Woods Buck Tracking Legend

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Following in the Footsteps of a Big Woods Buck Tracking Legend

Snow softly popped beneath my boot like wet popcorn as I eased my heel, then toe, down to the ground. I leaned forward, squinted eyes searching ahead, and thumbed the safety on my rifle. It was there, I was ready. I had to be ready. “He could be right up hee-ya,” Hal whispered back to me in his...
Ep. 529: Working the Land for Southern Whitetails with Mark Haslam

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Ep. 529: Working the Land for Southern Whitetails with Mark Haslam

Today on the show, I'm joined by Mark Haslam, the 2019 NDA Deer Manager of the Year, to discuss his experiences, lessons learned, and best practices for improving whitetail habitat in the South. Connect with Mark Kenyon and MeatEater Mark Kenyon  on Instagram , Twitter , and Facebook MeatEater on...
How to Soundproof Your Deer Hunting Gear

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How to Soundproof Your Deer Hunting Gear

Consistent deer hunting success is found in the details. Sure, there are people who wander haphazardly into the woods with no preparation at all and manage to get lucky. But if you want to consistently put meat in the freezer and antlers on the wall, this pursuit requires an obsession with getting...