#HuntFishTravel 147 – 2016 in Review and Looking Ahead to 2017 with Take Aim Outdoors

“#HuntFishTravel 147 – 2016 in Review and Looking Ahead to 2017 with Take Aim Outdoors”




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I’m shooting the breeze with Brandon Hammonds of the Take Aim Podcast about 2016, hits and misses and how we are going to shake things up in 2017.

We talk about our hunts in 2016, hunts and trips we have coming up in 2017, the Archery Trade Association Convention and hunting leases.
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#HuntFishTravel 146 – Colorado Antelope with the Bowdudes

“#HuntFishTravel 146 – Colorado Antelope with the Bowdudes”




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This episode is a hilarious hot mess.

We’re talking to Jack and Gary from the Bowdudes about their Colorado pronghorn hunt with Fred Eichler and Full Draw Outfitters.

Meanwhile we have some pretty serious speakerphone echo, a grandfather clock that chimes at regular intervals, answering machines taking calls in the background and conversations about pooping in the desert.

Shenanigans…
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#HuntFishTravel Top 10 Free Hunting Podcast Episodes

“#HuntFishTravel Top 10 Podcast Episodes – learn how to kill big deer, catch more fish and enjoy life to its fullest”.

Over the last four and a half years I’ve learned a great deal from the extraordinary guests I’ve interviewed. While all the the episodes I’ve produced have great value, there are some that are the perfect storm of information.

Based on listener habits, in no particular order, I’ve compiled a list of the top ten podcast episodes. Continue reading #HuntFishTravel Top 10 Free Hunting Podcast Episodes

Cross-Country Skiing Wisconsin’s Northwoods – Six Spots For Frozen Fun




MADISON, Wis. (December 22, 2016) – Wisconsin’s northwoods hold a few advantages when it comes to cross-country skiing. First, winter has staying power here. The snows come early and often don’t know when to quit – of course, for winter warriors, that’s one of our more endearing qualities. Secondly, the vast majority of the state’s northwoods is protected land, including county, state and national forests, leaving hundreds of thousands of acres pristine and perfect for exploring. Continue reading Cross-Country Skiing Wisconsin’s Northwoods – Six Spots For Frozen Fun

5 Great Bow Hunting Tips That You Need To Know About For A Successful Rainy Day Deer Hunt

Hunting during the rainy season can be a fun endeavor. Despite the fact that during rainy days the terrain is usually slippery and muddy, it is surely something you should try. The fun and the thrill that comes out of it are usually priceless. The way lovers find kissing in the rain magical is simply the same magical feeling that comes with deer hunting in the rain.  Continue reading 5 Great Bow Hunting Tips That You Need To Know About For A Successful Rainy Day Deer Hunt

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