Great Gonzos! We’re Going Live with Nuge at Noon (CST)!

Ted Nugent autograph

Ask a question for Ted Nugent during his live Deer Talk Now show tomorrow, and you will be entered in a drawing for a free autographed photo.

Submit a question for our live lunch Wednesday with Ted Nugent, and you could walk home with a collectible autographed photo of the Motor City Madman for your hunting den, camp or cabin!

Nugent will be joining Dan Schmidt and Brian Lovett during the inaugural segment of “Deer Talk Now.” The show is a free, streaming broadcast from the Deer & Deer Hunting headquarters. It starts at noon (Central) , and will span one hour.

Nugent has hunted for more than 50 years throughout the United States and Canada for whitetail deer, bear, wild boar and other species.

Nugent’s deep passion for hunting and the outdoors along with his outspoken nature have combined to place him at the forefront of the hunting public. Some appreciate that and others do not, but Nugent never sways from his strong convictions.

“My critics are mostly jealous because I am my own boss and have created an amazing quality of life for my family and myself through incred­ible hard work and dedication,” Nugent told Deer & Deer Hunting. “You find someone who has a prob­lem with me and your are looking at an ignorant, cheap person.

“My supporters are legion, and the finest Americans there are. I am constantly invited to take terminally ill children on their last hunts, and to host the heroic wounded warriors of the U.S. military on hunting trips around the world. The absolute best of the best are on my side, so my detractors are exposed for the fools that they are. I couldn’t feel better about my real reputation and position in life.”

Originally from Detroit, Nugent’s vivid stage presentation and memorable guitar talents earned him the nickname “Motor City Madman.” For more than five decades he’s garnered multi-platinum hits and worldwide fame starting with the Amboy Dukes, following on through his successful solo career and then in the 1990s with Damn Yankees.

Nugent has released more than 35 albums since 1967 and sold more than 40 million albums worldwide. He schedules his tour dates for spring and summer, often performing for military personnel, but leaves autumn and winter open for hunting. Nugent currently is beginning his 53rd tour and will be performing throughout the United States this summer.

“Deer Talk Now” will air each Wednesday at 12 p.m. (CST), hosted by Brad Rucks, publisher, and Dan Schmidt, editor of Deer & Deer Hunting magazine. “Deer Talk Now” will feature special guests, questions from viewers and discussions about new hunting gear, habitat, hunting tactics, deer biology, hunter ethics, issues and more.

For more information about “Deer Talk Now,” visit THIS LINK.

About Deer & Deer Hunting

Deer and Deer Hunting gives outdoor enthusiasts who hunt whitetail deer must-know information, from deer behavior to rut predictions. The in-house editorial staff and freelance contributors are the nation’s top experts, helping both beginning sportsmen and sportswomen and seasoned veterans alike learn more about the wild game they pursue. The brand’s success spawned one of the most-watched outdoors shows on television, Deer & Deer Hunting TV, aired on NBC Sports Outdoors. In addition to two new shows, Land of Whitetail aired on The Pursuit Channel and Destination Whitetail airing this June on Sportsman Channel, Deer and Deer Hunting also produces groundbreaking software programs, numerous books and countless educational media.

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Great Gonzos! We’re Going Live with Nuge at Noon (CST)!

  1. mememe

    Dear Ted… I am from Canada, and I think you are the greatest inspiration among hunting professionals. I personally only hunt for food, never for trophies… but, I do not condemn those who do, as long as the meat is not wasted. I just want to THANK YOU!!! May the Spirit of the Wild run though all of us, forever!

  2. pgipson

    Question for Ted. The peak of the whitetail rut varies from region to region. Here in the TEXAS hill country our rut peaks in late October and where I hunt in Northern Mexico the peak is more than a 1 1/2 months later. We’re only 180 miles apart so why the big difference in rut for such a short distance?
    I admire your passion! Pete

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