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Whitetail Landscapes focuses on enhancing whitetail deer hunting properties through design and management efforts. Jon Teater owns and operates Whitetail Landscapes and has established clients throughout the United States. Jon’s experience combined with reoccurring podcast guests will provide opportunities for those around the country to learn how to improve their hunting property.
 
The Sportsmen’s Empire is a collection of outdoor hunting podcasts for the die-hard sportsman. These podcasts are jam packed with fun and educational information about whitetail deer hunting and other outdoor content that will not only help you in the field, but help scratch the itch when you can’t be in the tree stand or duck blind. Nine Finger Chronicles, Houndsman XP, DYI Sportsman, The Hunting Gear Podcast, and Southern Ground just to name a few.
 
Whitetail Addict, Former SMU Football Safety, Tyler and the Tribe Lead Singer, Fisherman, Hunter, Eater, Lover.
 
The Whitetail Experience podcast is a solution driven environment for whitetail bowhunters to create solutions leading up to the shot; the moment of truth, the shot; and events after a successful harvest. Our community will focus on techniques to Hunt With Knowledge, and Shoot With Confidence. You can find more articles and videos at www.whitetailexperience.com
 
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Whitetail Rendezvous

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Whitetail Rendezvous

Whitetail hunting podcasting expert, consultant & author throughout North America

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Whitetail Rendezvous vision is to educate, collaborate and communicate with whitetail hunters. Hear the story behind the hunting strategy. Learn to hunt whitetail deer from the experts. They will share about food plots, herd management and hunting mature whitetails. Hear about the equipment they use in the field to increase their success. No matter if you’re a DIY hunter or hunt with outfitters, use a bow, a crossbow, a rifle or a muzzleloader Whitetail Rendezvous brings the best in class eq ...
 
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Whitetail Rendezvous Volume 2

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Whitetail Rendezvous Volume 2

Whitetail hunting podcasting expert, consultant & author throughout North America

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Whitetail Rendezvous vision is to educate, collaborate and communicate with whitetail hunters. This is volume 1 of the Whitetail Rendezvous podcast with the first 200 episodes of the show. Hear the story behind the hunting strategy. Learn to hunt whitetail deer from the experts. They will share about food plots, herd management and hunting mature whitetails. Hear about the equipment they use in the field to increase their success. No matter if you’re a DIY hunter or hunt with outfitters, use ...
 
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Time to get those trail cameras deployed! Everyone loves to ogle trail cam photos of velvet bucks while dreaming of cool fall days that are mere months away. So we work hard, hang cameras, check cameras (sometimes too often), and obsess over any edge the images our cameras capture can give us. But are we really using our cameras to their fullest po…
 
Jonny Griffin joins the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast this week to talk about his company Hype Outdoors. Hype Outdoors is about pretty much anything that gets you excited outdoors, from hunting to rock climbing. Jonny's true passion though is definitely big whitetails. Jonny and John start things off talking about filming your hunts and all the work th…
 
GET YOUR TICKETS HERE!!!! Super excited to partner with OnX to focus on tactics and scouting. We will have a Q&A session, catered Mexican food dinner, refreshments, and will also be showing a never-before-seen video of our successful late-SZN Oklahoma public land hunt! Giveaways will include OnX, Vector, Element merchandise, and more! Things kickof…
 
We jump on the mic with Cervicide Field Staff Vinny D' Agostino from New York to catch up and talk hunting. We cover a range of topics from trapping to waterfowl hunting and everything in between. -Topics Discussed- Cervicide Snow Geese Trip 2024 Cervicide Hunt Link Program Hunting in New York Hunting in Florida Gun Safety Bow Hunting Beaver Trappi…
 
In this podcast Tim Russell (Green Fire Forestry & Wildlife Services) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the importance of understory vegetation management. Tim details a recent client visit and understory strategy he employs to help improve deer use. Tim explains the importance of light and how to manage that across the varying levels o…
 
On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan talks with Aaron Schmaus, a professional elk caller, author, and podcast host about getting new hunters into the outdoors and how to call in mature bull elk. Aaron Schmaus is a combat vet that has committed himself to educating his 2 daughters and other individuals about the North American hunting model and…
 
In this podcast Rocky Burrus from SA Farms Management Service, discusses his process to build the ultimate setup for killing deer. We dig into what Rocky has been doing since our last podcast. Rocky travels around the southern part of the US helping clients achieve success, as an implementer he is responsible for putting clients. Rocky discusses fo…
 
This week on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast we have an awesome Tales of the Chase episode with our friend Ethan McCabe about his first ever western spring bear hunt. Ethan gets into some of his preparation like some new gear he saved up to buy. Then we get into all the new things he experienced out west. Ethan had NEVER been out west prior to t…
 
On this Episode of Huntavore, Nick is joined by Kris Chain. A Hunter, Gardener, and Educator from Virginia. Kris took it upon himself to create a personalized digital almanac that sorts info and links for game species, growing seasons, foraging dates all at your fingertips. Kris lays out how this tool can save you loads of time preparing your hunts…
 
Tradition is what being a Houndsman is all about. What we do with our hounds is one of the oldest forms of hunting known to man. In that same vein, most houndsmen long to be left alone to live a simple and free life. In these unprecedented times of high fuel prices, threats to food supply chains, energy blackouts and inflation; houndsmen will survi…
 
It can be so easy to be consumed by your passion in the outdoors. Whether you're after a Pope and Young, going on a cross country turkey hunting tour, or logging hundreds of hours casting a line, it can become quite infectious. But at the end of the day, why do we do what we do? For one, our own self ambition can drive us to chase thrill and advent…
 
We're humbling ourselves this week on the Southern Ground Hunting Podcast by talking about the biggest mistakes we've made that ultimately cost us killing big bucks. The hope is that you'll be able to listen and learn from our heartbreak, and hopefully not find yourself in that position. Truthfully, the best learning opportunities are usually the o…
 
On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman Dan talks with Brayden Ware from GoWild about his experiences in the outdoors as well as an upcoming music and archery event call Sent It Slam. Brayden is a Growth Specialist for GoWild. Although he grew up fishing, hunting had to take a backseat throughout high school and college due to his participation …
 
On today's episode of the DIY Sportsman Podcast, we're talking summer scouting and strategies once again. This time, I'm talking to Rendell Erik who hunts primarily public land located in Iowa. This is a good contrast to the episodes I posted with Steve Sherk since the terrain is different. However, you'll still see similar tendencies in many cases…
 
With hunting season only a couple months away, it’s time to start thinking about food plots. Some hunters believe they’re the ticket to tagging mature bucks each fall. Others avoid them, supposing daylight sightings of bucks are few and far between on food plots. What role should they play in your hunting strategy? And what goes into establishing a…
 
On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan talks with good friend Tim Kent about the difference between good hunting gear and great hunting gear. Tim is not only a serious hunter, but has been working in the hunting industry for several years and has had the opportunity to test a variety of hunting products in the shop and in the field. The c…
 
Heath and Ariel pick back up the conversation with a few training tips and break down the science of the olfactory system of the hound, (the dog's nose). They talk about the scent receptors and some things we can do to help give our hounds the edge on becoming a better hound. Ariel explains things that are transferred from the mother to the pups be…
 
This week on The Average Conservationist Podcast, Marcus sits down with Justin Madron. Justin is the owner and founder of 2% Certified Farther Afield Design. The guys cover a lot of ground during their conversation ranging from childhood memories to voting lines and grouse hunting. Growing up in a rural area of West Virginia, the outdoors is all th…
 
This week on the Ohio Outdoors podcast, the guys are ready to Send It with the guys down at GoWild!! Leading up to the first ever Send it Slam, Brayden from GoWild joins us to talk about the event. Lots of good information about the event as well as what to expect. Sure to be a good time! The meat of todays show comes from a sit down the guys had w…
 
On this episode of The Western Rookie Dan talks with New Mexico mule deer fanatic Marcus Placencia about the challenges of hunting mature mule deer in the deserts of the southwest. Marcus is a lifelong New Mexico resident that is obsessed with mule deer hunting. Marcus has been chasing animals in “the land of enchantment” since he was 8 years old. …
 
Today on the Missouri Woods & Water podcast we have friend and returning guest Dustin Williams on. Dustin is the owner of Habitat Works, a habitat consulting and contracting company that provides services like timber stand improvement, forestry mulching, prescribed fire, and mapping and planning services. First, we talk about what Dustin has been u…
 
Summer is a great time to get kids outdoors. The weather is nice, there’s a ton of opportunities, and you don’t have the pressure that comes with tagging a big buck or longbeard. Getting your kids outdoors is extremely rewarding, but it’s not without its challenges. Often times, it will seem like a sacrifice to do all the work that comes with bring…
 
In this podcast Tim Russell (Green Fire Forestry & Wildlife Services) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the importance of understory vegetation management. Tim details a recent client visit and understory strategy he employs to help improve deer use. Tim explains the importance of light and how to manage that across the varying levels o…
 
Eric Bonicelli had never done any western big game hunting before he moved to New Mexico. Once he got settled in, he realized he had landed in a sportsman's paradise and immediately began taking advantage of it. He drew a once in a lifetime oryx tag, a barbary sheep tag, an elk tag in one of the state's most coveted units, and several deer tags. Ne…
 
John Broadhurst joins Chris in this historical and highly informative podcast to discuss the traditional hunting techniques from the Old Country-Britain. John grew up hunting in the countryside of the Lakeland District on England. He got an early start in life hunting fox and mastered the art of both hounds and terrier work. He was a professional h…
 
Last time on The Truth on the Houndsman XP Podcast Network, George and Susan Peeryman shared their experience hunting in the early days of their marriage, shared stories of raising their children in the woods chasing raccoons with their hounds. In this episode we sat down with James Perryman,son of George and Susan, a third generation outdoorsman a…
 
This week's episode of the Pennsylvania Woodsman Mitch dives into some season preparation with a bit more philosophy than direct strategy. As June slips away into the heat of summer, time to prepare for the upcoming archery season is also fading. Work has taken a significant chunk of Mitch's time but he still managed to help out and share the lates…
 
On this episode of The nomadic Outdoorsman Dan takes an in depth look at all of his hunting equipment. From boots to optics this episode covers it all. Dan has been using a variety of hunting gear over the past 20 years in the woods. He has hunted everything from frogs to moose and has honed in on the right gear for each job along the way. He loves…
 
It’s officially summer. It’s hot, the woods are thick, and the water is calling your name. But for the die-hard whitetail hunter, the work never stops. It’s time to get boots on the ground for some summer scouting. While fighting ticks, thick vegetation and a three-digit heat index may not sound like a lot of fun, summer scouting can set you up for…
 
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