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Wired To Hunt Podcast

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The Wired To Hunt Podcast is the most highly rated and listened to deer hunting focused podcast in North America - with millions of episodes downloaded and enjoyed by hunters every year. Hosted by nationally published outdoor writer and QDMA Communicator of the Year Mark Kenyon, each new episode focuses on sharing deer hunting news, stories and strategies - straight from guys who live the deer hunting lifestyle every day. And expert whitetail hunting guests such as Mark and Terry Drury, Bill Winke, Dan Infalt, Adam Hays, Stan Potts, Steve Bartylla, John Dudley and many others are frequently interviewed to share their insights, experiences and strategies. If you are a whitetail addict, tune in to The Wired To Hunt Podcast to get your fix.

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Ep. 307: Becoming a “Freestyle Deer Hunter” with Jesse Coots
Today on the show I'm joined by New York bow hunter Jesse Coots to discuss the importance of being what he calls a “freestyle deer hunter" when targeting big old whitetail bucks. Topics discussed: A few thoughts on establishing personal hunting goals Hunting your own hunt What it means to be a "freestyle deer hunter" Properly matching tactics to region and circumstances The importance of putting yourself in new situations and hunting locations How the hunters you surround yourself with can impact your hunting success How to hunt October bucks in an area like New York VS Kansas VS Ohio The importance of long-range glassing and scouting How to hunt a deer from the outside in Decoying whitetail bucks on the ground   Balancing family and hunting   Connect with Mark Kenyon and MeatEater Mark Kenyon  on Instagram , Twitter , and Facebook MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch
Ep. 306: Rut Fresh Radio 10/9/19
This week on the podcast we're back with our Rut Fresh Radio mini-series in which we hear from hunters all across the country about current deer activity, conditions, and the tactics that are working right now. States/guests featured: Brad Bever | Lone Wolf Treestands | Indiana Caleb Combs | Stuart Ranch Outfitters | Oklahoma Taylor Chamberlain | First Lite | Virginia Josh Sparks | Midwest Whitetails | Iowa   Connect with Mark Kenyon and MeatEater Mark Kenyon  on Instagram , Twitter , and Facebook MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch
Ep. 305: The Back 40’s First Pre-Season
Today on the show we detail everything you need to know about  the work we've done so far on the Back 40 farm, the challenges we've encountered along the way, and the plans to start hunting it in the coming days. Topics discussed: My new book, That Wild Country Dan's last-minute deer prep The bucks I'm after on my other main Michigan farm The cliff-notes version of how we found the Back 40 Why we couldn't get much done on the property until August The experts we've brought it to see the farm so far The few small projects we've done so far What we'd like to do How to balance hunting goals and habitat goals The food plots we planted All the folks hunting the farm and the challenge that will pose My concerns about hunting pressure  The bucks we've see on the farm so farm Plan for our first hunts on the Back 40   Connect with Mark Kenyon and MeatEater Mark Kenyon  on Instagram , Twitter , and Facebook MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube Shop MeatEater Merch
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Podcast Details
Started
Mar 31st, 2014
Latest Episode
Oct 10th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
320
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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