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DIY Sportsman - Sportsmen's Empire

123 episodes - English - Latest episode: 11 days ago - ★★★★★ - 54 ratings

The DIY Sportsman Podcast focuses on covering hunting and gear-specific topics for the do-it-yourselfer. Hosts Garrett Prahl and Bobby (Boudreaux) Boswell draw from their backgrounds in engineering and wildlife biology, respectively, to provide a unique perspective which compliments their real-world experience hunting whitetails, turkeys, hogs, and western big game with everything from homemade bows to firearms. This podcast is brought to you by the Sportsmen's Nation - Outdoor Podcast Network.

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Big Woods Hunting Tactics with Steve Sherk

June 16, 2022 09:00 - 1 hour - 74.1 MB

On today's episode we have Round 2 of taking to Steve Sherk from Pennsylvania as a guest. In the last episode with Steve, the discussion focused more on summer scouting and trail camera strategies. In today's episode, we're taking that information and transitioning into fall. Steve starts out with the story of his buck last year, how he used information from scouting to capitalize, and even how he shifted his strategy according to what he was seeing amongst multiple bucks he was following. T...

Summer Hunting Strategy with Steve Sherk

June 02, 2022 09:00 - 1 hour - 58.4 MB

On today's episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Steve Sherk is on as the guest. Steve guides deer hunters in the vast national forest land of Pennsylvania and gathers annual observational data from a huge multitude of trail cameras in addition to visual sightings from boots on the ground scouting year round and hunts in the fall. Steve and Garrett finally met in person for the first time recently at a Spartan Forge retreat. With summer right around the corner, Garrett asks Steve about scout...

Wisconsin Turkey Double

May 19, 2022 09:00 - 23 minutes - 21.6 MB

On this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett talks about his recent weekend trip to hunt public land in WI in which he shot two birds on back to back mornings. For the first bird, terrain layout and tree type played a massive role in the setup, because the bird appeared to be roosting in a place where his most likely travel after fly-down was likely to be in one specific direction. The second bird required a bit more trial and error to try and locate and roost, but the set up was dr...

Turkey Roosting and Hunting Strategy

May 05, 2022 09:00 - 33 minutes - 30.9 MB

In this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett gives two hunt breakdowns from his recent Iowa hunt with Shane Simpson. On the first hunt, which ended in a successful setup, Garrett discusses the hunt details. However, perhaps more importantly, he dives into the decision making process of the access and set up pre-dawn, knowing exactly where to best position on the terrain for pulling the bird into shotgun range and not hanging up. On the second hunt breakdown, Garrett describes a simi...

Commitment to Traditional Archery Hunt

April 21, 2022 09:00 - 38 minutes - 35.5 MB

On today's episode, Garrett dives into his plan for filling a traditional tag this year, along with the detailed steps to build confidence along the way. In the past, Garrett has hunted with a traditional bow and even built a bow to hunt with. However, due to confidence and repeatability issues had largely kept it just "for fun" the past couple of years. But that doesn't have to be the case. There are many fantastic resources and training tools available to the modern archer, and there is no...

Turkey Hunting Basics

April 07, 2022 09:00 - 1 hour - 57.2 MB

In today's episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett talks turkey hunting. But instead of picking a particular topic and doing a deep dive on it, this one is more high level. There are a lot of guys who've just been getting into turkey hunting, and apart from being able to watch videos online, might not necessarily know what they might be doing right or wrong, or what gear is seen as essential vs just nice to have vs gimmicky. Some of the topics and items I'll cover might seem pretty bas...

Spring Scouting with Rendell Erik

March 24, 2022 09:00 - 1 hour - 90.4 MB

On today's Episode I have Rendell Erik on again as a guest. Today's discussion is focused on post season scouting. He's got a goal of hitting the 300 mile mark this season, and at the time this episode drops, he's already pretty close to if not over 100. Instead of spending large amounts of time on ultra vast landscapes, Rendell Erik casts a net over dozens of smaller properties to keep tabs on. In this podcast, we discuss what he looks for, how he stays efficient, how he qualifies a public ...

Ice Fishing Essentials with Sean McVeigh

March 10, 2022 10:00 - 1 hour - 56 MB

On today's podcast we have a little change of pace. One of my friends, Sean McVeigh recently took up ice fishing, which has been something I've done now for a couple decades. Being so new and not really being sure of all the ins and outs, Sean and I had talked quite a bit about how to get started. This included defining what the bare necessities are and what the pros and cons are for various levels of equipment. Ice fishing is another one of those things where it seems like you can spend as ...

Benefits and Pitfalls of Spring Scouting

February 24, 2022 10:00 - 38 minutes - 35.4 MB

On this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett discusses six benefits of spring scouting but also six pitfalls of spring scouting. It's never a bad idea to get out in the woods and cover some ground in early spring before the woods green up. But there is a risk to putting too much stock into certain aspects of what you learn. In years past, Garrett had chosen to hunt areas almost entirely off of intel gained in the off-season, which can be fine during certain times of the year, but co...

Biggest Lessons from the 2021 Hunting Season

February 10, 2022 10:00 - 44 minutes - 41.2 MB

On today's podcast I'm going to discuss some of the biggest lessons learned through the 2021 season. Now that the season has been over for several weeks, I've taken time to reflect and write these things down for myself, in the hopes that I can make improvements for the next year. In the episode, I talk through my list and give some specific examples, along with what I'm doing this next year to improve. I tried to focus on items that most people can hopefully learn from as well. Some topics ...

Jared Shaffer's Incredible 2022 Season

January 27, 2022 10:00 - 1 hour - 56.5 MB

On today's Podcast we have Jared Shaffer on the line. He's a past guest and good friend of mine. Even though he's located out in West Virginia we end up seeing each other a fair amount through work with Tethrd. Jared has had an absolutely phenomenal season, shooting 5 bucks across various states, plus filming each of his family members filling tags, plus shooting a giant sika stag, and a bobcat.  Jared and I discuss some of the specifics of his hunts, but also dive into what, if anything he...

Iowa Muzzleloader Hunt Recap

January 13, 2022 10:00 - 35 minutes - 32.1 MB

On today's episode I'm discussing my recent Iowa trip. This year I'd gone down there to do a late season muzzleloader hunt, as it's still a somewhat easy tag to draw, but gave more time than the shotgun seasons, with less hunting pressure. I'll discuss the initial strategy, what changed, what things I wasn't expecting, where I located bigger bucks, hunt strategies employed, and things I would do the same or differently if doing it again in the future.    DIY Sportsman is Powered by Simplec...

BS Session with Paul Putera

December 30, 2021 10:00 - 1 hour - 97.4 MB

On today's episode we once again have Paul Putera. If you didn't listen to the last episode, we discussed some of the tools and techniques that Paul uses for hunting, and it was full of a lot of great info. This episode is more of a BS session in which we discuss a variety of topics.  Discussion areas on this episode include tag strategies, broadhead and arrow setups, shot selection and tracking dogs, proficiency tests, staying warm in colder weather, saddle hunting platforms, and tips for ...

Detailed Strategies and Tools with Paul Putera

December 16, 2021 10:00 - 1 hour - 98.7 MB

On this week's episode I have Paul Putera on as a guest. This isn't Paul's first time on the podcast, but he's always fun to listen to and dive deep into the weeds on his very in-depth style of scouting and hunting, which seems to always bring him success in the some of the seemingly vast areas in the northeast. Paul's already taken a couple of great bucks this year by dry ground tracking them back to their bedrooms and setting up close.  In the episode, Paul and I talk a bit about some of ...

Late Season Hunting Strategy with Johnny Stewart

December 02, 2021 10:00 - 1 hour - 74.1 MB

On today's podcast I've got Johnny Stewart on again as a guest, and we're talking about Late Season. Now, some might call Johnny somewhat of a rut and Late Season specialist, because his job doesn't give him a ton of free time in the early season. So he'll often hunt until the bitter end in states like Ohio, Pennsylvania, or even Iowa, and has killed a number of good deer during that timeframe. We discuss big woods, like the national forest that we walked together during the Spartan Forge ve...

Being Consistent on Public Land with Brian Dombrowski

November 18, 2021 10:00 - 1 hour - 57.6 MB

In this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett sits down with Brian Dombrowski of Wisconsin, who he originally met while hunting public land on an out-of-state trip. Brian hunts many different habitat types but really enjoys tackling bigger parcels or timber or marshland, where he's been able to take several nice deer over the years. His methods and descriptions of hunting marshes differ a bit from the typical media we here describing them.  In addition to talking about Brian's year ...

Hunt Breakdown with Rendell Erik

November 04, 2021 09:00 - 53 minutes - 48.9 MB

On today's episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast we have a great guest, Rendell Erik. We'll be diving into the finer details of his public land Iowa hunt from this year, where he shot a giant, which is also a becoming a fairly regular occurrence for him it seems. One thing that becomes very apparent is the attention to detail for all of the little things, like access, wind, thermal pull, picking the right tree in the right spot the first time in, figuring out what the hottest food source was ...

Hunting Clothing Review

October 22, 2021 09:00 - 57 minutes - 53 MB

In this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett discusses clothing. Instead of talking about layering philosophy or how to stay warm on stand, Garrett goes into more detail about very specific garments that he's been using new in 2021. These reviews include likes, dislikes, and the best times and areas for application. Clothing discussed in the review include almost all of the new offerings from Thlete, the Savanna and Windbrace sets from Scentlok, the IWOM XT, the new Sitka Incinerato...

Navigating the October Lull through Pre-Rut

October 07, 2021 09:00 - 25 minutes - 23.1 MB

In this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett talks about how to navigate the vast amount of changes that occur between the beginning and the end of the month. Changes include food sources, amount of available security cover, hunting pressure, and hormones. Garrett reviews data of daylight mature buck sightings from the 2020 season in locations near doe bedding throughout the month, and how it compares to sightings before mid-month.  Strategy wise, being successful in early October ...

Hill Country Hunting Strategy with Jake Bush

September 23, 2021 09:00 - 1 hour - 65.6 MB

On today's episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett interviews Jake Bush about hill country bucks. Jake has lived and hunted in both New York and more recently southern Ohio, and has been able to find a great degree of success scouting, locating, and patterning bucks in the big woods hills.  They breakdown each portion of the season and talk about strategies for each. Jake discusses why a less commonly sought after wind direction is actually his favorite for setting up because the wind...

Nebraska Hunt Recap

September 09, 2021 15:29 - 47 minutes - 43.6 MB

In this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett and his wife Sam discuss their recent Nebraska public land deer hunt. Nebraska is of course a large state with some varied habitat, but they decided to go to a region where mule deer were more sought after to reduce the likelihood of pressure from other whitetail hunters. In the episode, the couple talks about the challenges they faced, lessons learned about the area and habitat, as well as a recap of their hunting strategy.  Sam was suc...

Pre-Season Hunting Checklist

August 26, 2021 09:00 - 25 minutes - 23.5 MB

On this episode of the DIY Sportsman Podcast, Garrett outlines a list of things to do now before the season starts, to make sure that the opener goes as smoothly as possible. The three categories where there are some great opportunities are Archery, Gear, and final Pre-Season Scouting. We are close enough to the season in many states that if everything isn't already flushed out and tested, you can feel a little behind. The last few weeks before the season should be allocated for getting reps...

Mature Buck Behavior with Johnny Stewart

August 12, 2021 09:00 - 1 hour - 87.8 MB

In today's episode Garett talks to Johnny Stewart, who's got quite a bit of experience hunting in the northeast but also is a traveling hunter and has spent time in many states across the Midwest as well. The topic of conversation is mature buck behavior, which seems at a first glance like it could be a narrow topic but really isn't. One thing that's very obvious in this discussion with Johnny is that older bucks don't operate the same as other deer, but on top of that, they individually hav...

Stabilizers for Bow Hunting with Sam Shaffer

July 29, 2021 09:00 - 1 hour - 56.1 MB

On this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett talks to Sam Shaffer, owner and operator of Titanium Archery products, to talk bow stabilization. After the background discussion, they first dive into vibration suppression and noise, which is a really interesting topic when it comes to deer hunting and one which deserves more research. Then they talk bow stabilization, and what the perceived benefits are for bowhunters, how they can be measured, pitfalls to watch out for, and putting to...

How to Plan Out of State Hunts

July 15, 2021 10:00 - 34 minutes - 31.8 MB

In today’s episode Garrett discusses some of the logistics for planning out of state hunts. Let’s face it, more and more people are trying their hand at doing these types of hunts. The popularity has certainly increased due to the media and content from people doing them, and surely the pandemic in some ways is likely boosting those numbers as well. Most of the hesitation to doing an out of state hunt is either due to the confidence level that you’d actually be able to get what you would wan...

Bow and Arrow Prep for Hunting Season

July 01, 2021 09:00 - 44 minutes - 40.3 MB

In this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett discusses getting your bow and arrows set up for the upcoming hunting season. Perhaps this is the year you're deciding to try your hand at doing your own bow work, or have maybe dabbled in it in the past, or just have not been happy with something about your hunting setup in the past. The episode goes over bow set up and tuning from scratch.  After discussing bow the bow tune, Garrett discusses arrows and tuning. Unlike bow tuning, arrow...

Summer Plans and Public Land Challenges with Greg Litzinger

June 17, 2021 15:16 - 1 hour - 91.9 MB

On this episode of the DIY Sportsman podcast, Garrett talks to Greg Litzinger, who some of you might also know as the Bowhunting Fiend. Although he's located in the northeast, there are definitely many parallels from things that he sees and posts about compared to what Garrett sees in the upper Midwest. The conversation starts with discussions about scouting, summer plans, and tendencies and challenges faced when trying to hunt various terrain types of public land. Greg located a giant buck...

Summer Public Land Trail Camera Strategies

June 03, 2021 09:00 - 46 minutes - 42.1 MB

Trail cameras are the topic of today's discussion. In particular, I'll be talking about summer strategies on public land. It seems like much of the info we hear on summer trail cameras focuses around putting them in high visibility areas, along field edges, fence rows, or next to minerals. Well, what if you don't have access to agriculture? What if minerals or other feed is illegal on the land that you hunt? What if you're afraid of theft in high traffic areas? Well, today I'm going to outli...

Late Season Turkey Hunting

May 20, 2021 09:00 - 38 minutes - 35.1 MB

For many people throughout the country, turkey seasons are winding down or have ended. But there are still plenty of opportunities in states like Wisconsin or Minnesota which still have ongoing seasons throughout the month of May. Turkey hunting can require a little shift in strategy this time of year. Birds have been pressured hard, but that same hunting pressure has largely relaxed by now. Hens are spending a lot more time on the nest, and the days are very long. That can give some great o...

Tracking Mature Bucks with Todd Havel Pt. 2

May 06, 2021 09:00 - 56 minutes - 51.6 MB

In this episode, Todd talks about some of the experiences he's had starting up bowhunting again more recently. Much of the knowledge he's gained over the years tracking fed right into his archery strategy, and he was able to tag a nice buck. It wasn't without its own set of challenges however. Notably, Todd talked about how hunting pressure from guys who had a similar hunting style caused some challenges he wasn't used to from rifle hunting.  We discuss the relative ease of patterning speci...

Tracking Mature Bucks with Todd Havel Pt. 1

April 22, 2021 09:00 - 1 hour - 75.2 MB

Todd Havel from Wisconsin is the guest on this podcast. He's spent decades hunting and tracking mature bucks in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan. The conversation we had went into enough detail that it made sense to split into two parts. In the first part, Todd talks about his experiences tracking, and breaking down the habitat and tendencies of older bucks. Todd has witnessed them doing things differently than other deer. They spend most of the year in a tight area, but ...

Turkey Hunting and Kayaks with Parker McDonald

April 08, 2021 09:00 - 1 hour - 79.4 MB

On today's episode we have Parker McDonald. Those of you who are diligent listeners to the Sportsman's nation podcast network will of course know Parker already through his Southern Ground Hunting Podcast. Or, perhaps you've seen some of his deer or turkey hunting episodes on YouTube. He's one of my go-to guys when I have any questions related to water access or kayak set up, and we certainly go in-depth into kayak rigging, propulsion, and accessories that make the most sense for hunting. So...

Hunting From The Ground vs. Treestand

March 25, 2021 09:00 - 33 minutes - 30.7 MB

Over the past several years, I've started incorporating more and more ground setups into my hunting routine. Sometimes they're intentional, while other times they're impromptu, but they are always situational. In this episode, I dive into what makes a set up better or worse for a ground hunt as opposed to a hunt from a tree. Certainly there are obvious scenarios in which there are no suitable trees where ground hunting makes sense. However, there are even times and situations where ground hu...

Spring Scouting Tips

March 11, 2021 10:00 - 1 hour - 56.3 MB

On today's podcast, we're going to try something a little different. Right now is absolutely prime time to be out in the woods doing some post-season scouting. Here in the Midwest, the snow is pretty much all melted in most places with the recent warm weather. I've been out in both Wisconsin and Iowa putting boots on the ground, and I will be back out every weekend from now until turkey season.  For this episode, I've gone back through some of the guests we've had on historically who I've d...

Locating & Hunting A Single Buck with Troy Pottenger

February 25, 2021 10:00 - 2 hours - 122 MB

Today we've got a great episode lined up with Troy Pottenger. We go into a great level of detail on his process for systematically locating specific deer to go after, along with perspective on the amount of time and energy generally associated with finding even a single deer Troy would go after. We talk about when he does his boots on the ground scouting, when he sets up is trail cameras, where, and very importantly how and when he checks them to keep a low impact.  We also dive into the sp...

Mature Buck Behavior with Paul Putera

February 11, 2021 10:00 - 1 hour - 75.9 MB

We have a great episode today. I've got Paul Putera back on as a guest. Now, I did an episode not too long ago with Paul detailing his Big Woods scouting and hunting tactics in a lot of detail, and breaking down the story of his Pennsylvania hunt. Well, he's kept at it and even in the time since recording that last episode has knocked down a couple more great bucks in the Northeast.  Today, we're more specifically discussing mature buck behavior. What do they do differently that all of the ...

When is the Best time to Scout after Season?

January 28, 2021 10:00 - 34 minutes - 31.7 MB

The obvious answer to "when to post-season scout" is "anytime you can". Most hunters though are limited by family obligations, house projects, or desire for other pursuits like fishing or shed hunting that time of year. So being able to choose the most effective time to get out in the woods to learn the land and previous season's sign can be important.  In this episode, we discuss how to answer that question. In addition, the answer is broken down by habitat type. Certain types of terrain h...

Wild Game Cooking with Ted Bright

January 14, 2021 10:00 - 1 hour - 85.7 MB

Ted Bright is one of those guys who takes an above average approach to overall health and wellness. Fitness and hunting are both large contributors, with most of his meat consumption coming from wild game, be it venison, wild turkey, or even other "non traditional" types of meat.  In this podcast we discuss Ted's primary approach to cooking venison, how he ages meat, why he likes to cook large amounts, like a whole shoulder, at once, and how he incorporates planned secondary dishes from lef...

2020 Gear Review

December 31, 2020 10:00 - 1 hour - 55.5 MB

Although the deer season isn't 100% oven quite yet, many hunters have begun to transition over to other winter activities, which makes this a good time to recap 2020 with the annual gear list review. Some of the items mentioned have already been thoroughly reviewed in other podcasts or YouTube videos, so I spend less time on those specifically. Other items, particularly the ones in bold on the list, I go into a little more detail on.  2020 has certainly been an odd year, but my gear list ha...

Iowa Shotgun Recap

December 10, 2020 16:50 - 47 minutes

I traveled down to the state of Iowa for the first time to perform a firearms deer hunt. The gun tags for non-residents take significantly fewer points to draw than do non-resident archery tags. In some zones, this could allow a hunting opportunity nearly every year, in a timeframe that doesn't interfere with any other rut hunting. My primary strategy with no prior boots-on-the-ground knowledge was to utilize e-scouting with an emphasis on expected hunter pressure to determine the best locat...

Missouri Rut Recap

November 27, 2020 15:37 - 35 minutes - 32.5 MB

This podcast is a rut recap from my 3rd annual Missouri hunt. This hunt starts with a day-by-day breakdown of what areas were scouted, what decision was made based on deer sign available at the time and the overall context of peak breeding timeframe. Overall, I managed to spot around 25 deer in the four days of hunting the big rolling timber, and had shot opportunities, as did other people in the group. The back end of the podcast recaps more of a lessons learned, and strategy changes based...

Wisconsin Hunt Breakdown

November 12, 2020 10:00 - 37 minutes - 34.2 MB

In this podcast I tell the story of how I scouted into an area that I ended up killing my biggest buck to date. From the time we left the truck, we'd gotten a near shot opportunity, climbed trees and hunted from the saddles, got back down and covered a total of 4.5 miles before finding a spot that dictated that we sit in ambush again. No sooner had we gotten set up on the ground than this guy came walking in, and I got my opportunity.  In the podcast I talk about the weather and its impact ...

Big Bucks in Big Woods with Paul Putera

October 29, 2020 09:00 - 1 hour - 99.9 MB

Today's episode is a must listen for anyone hunting big woods areas or who deem themselves mobile hunters (or simply would like to become more mobile). Paul Putera has a knack for locating older bucks in the big timbered lands of the Northeast, scouting and hunting them down, and shooting them with a bow. Most of his bow kills are even from the ground.  Throughout the episode we do a hunt breakdown on his most recent Pennsylvania buck, and discuss some of the details behind his methodology ...

Top 10 Public Land Mistakes

October 15, 2020 09:00 - 40 minutes - 37 MB

Everyone is prone to making mistakes on public land. I'm certainly not immune, as I've made many over the years. Reflecting back on some of my failures or shortcomings, I've come up with a list of ten potential pitfalls that can be easy to fall into when hunting on public land. This list is certainly not all encompassing, but hits on a lot of key items that would be good for new public land hunters to be aware of. There are also a few mistakes that I think even some of the more experienced ...

Hunt Breakdown, New Tethrd Sticks, and Cell Cams

October 01, 2020 09:00 - 49 minutes - 45.2 MB

This week's episode starts with a more detailed hunt breakdown from North Dakota. The group podcast and videos don't go into as fine of detail to the exact lay of the land, wind direction, and learnings about deer bedding in river bottoms as this description. Next, I give an overview of the new Tethrd One sticks, their design aspects and things I either like or don't like about them at this point.  The latter part of the podcast dives into how we're trying to stay on top of the transitionin...

North Dakota Roundtable

September 17, 2020 09:00 - 1 hour - 68.2 MB

Today's episode was recorded in North Dakota during our public land trip. Like I had mentioned on some earlier podcasts, Shane Simpson was of course up there again. Plus some of the Tethrd crew tagged along. And, the Ranch Fairy showed up. So we essentially got together and did a little round table with Greg Godfrey, Jared Shaffer, Carl Kossuth, Shane, Troy aka Ranch Fairy, Dylan Hazen, who was filming for Tethrd, as well as myself. We talked about our experience thus far, broadhead and arro...

Spartan Forge with Bill Thompson

September 03, 2020 09:00 - 1 hour - 69.6 MB

In today's episode I have Bill Thompson as a guest to talk about Spartan Forge. In essence, this is an app that hunters would be able to utilize to tell them when and where are the best times and places to hunt. What makes Spartan Forge unique, however, is how those predictions are made. See, Bill has spent a couple decades working in military intelligence where massive amounts of data are filtered through computers to identify patterns. Then the computers will use those patterns to predict ...

Early Season Strategy

August 20, 2020 09:00 - 35 minutes - 32.2 MB

Today's podcast focuses on early season strategy. The exact timing of that early season opener can have a huge impact on the exact scenarios at play. September 1st is a different world than October 1st. That said, the overall strategy is the same, which is to try and capitalize on a bed to food pattern. In the episode, I'll lay out specific plans and scenarios for how those should play out in the back-to-back-to-back openers of North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.  Another topic of the p...

Q&A and Final Arrow Recipe

August 06, 2020 09:00 - 47 minutes - 43.4 MB

In today's episode I'm tackling some of the more common questions that have been coming through with the season right around the corner. Some are mobile gear related, but many are also archery related. Quite a few people are adjusting their arrow set ups and recipes in an effort to achieve better penetration. While some are working through the process just fine, there are some other issues that frequently pop up with challenges in getting good arrow flight. I discuss some of the very importa...

Bowhunting Roundtable with Tethrd

July 23, 2020 09:00 - 1 hour - 56.3 MB

This podcast is a recording of a bow hunting discussion that occurred at a recent Tethrd get together near their headquarters of operation in Minnesota. Members at the table were Jon Eberhart, Andy May, Ernie Power, Greg Godfrey, and Jared Shaffer. Plenty of topics were discussed in detail, starting with a chat about archery, going peepless, and realistic practice for hunting season. Greg and Garrett talked about out-of-state preparation, and Andy dove into detail about his updated strategy ...