When the Drury Brothers go deer hunting, they go all out from spring and summer scouting through the coldest parts of winter when the final day of the season arrives. Find out some of their insights on deer, scouting, hunting and more in this great episode of Deer Talk Now.
There’s a changing of the guard with interest in crossbows, handguns, modern sporting rifles and new optics continuing to grow.Can the traditionalists and new wave get along? Sure, with a few potholes, of course. Find out more in this episode of Deer Talk Now with longtime hunter and industry veteran Mark Sidelinger.
Charles Alsheimer has about four decades of hunting and research experience revolving around the great white-tailed deer we love to hunt and study. He’s seen them do crazy things, act normal, grow from fawns to old bucks and does, and has great knowledge about their habitats and biology.
Best scopes for the money? Need to get some answers to basic questions about hunting optics? Listen to this great advice on how to outfit your deer hunting rig with the top optics.
Lifelong hunter Steven Rinella, host of the wildly popular MeatEater television show on Sportsman Channel, visits Deer Talk Now for a great discussion about his love of hunting, eating the heart and liver from a deer (yes, and it’s good), and the importance of getting kids into hunting.
With a house full of kids, venison is one of the favorites Stacey Harris enjoys preparing. She’s honed her skills over the years to create soups, Mexican-based fare, and more, while also writing three cookbooks and creating GameandGarden.com. Check out her interview on Deer Talk Now!
Veteran hunter, guide and calling champion Chad Schearer of Montana loves hunting with blackpowder rifles, and he knows what he’s talking about! Check out his insights on bullets, powder loads, choosing a rifle, picking an outfitter for an out-of-state hunt and more!