As many fall hunting seasons have launched across the country and more are nearing their start, hunters can be found spending their extra time reading, watching, and listening to hunting-related tips and discussions to amp up the excitement level and be fully prepared for the fall 2022 hunting season.
One platform hunters seek for entertainment and advice is the many outdoor-related podcasts now available. One of the most popular among listeners is the Deer Eater Podcast, hosted by Jason Say and Josh Kinser. Season 2 started with great episodes featuring Jason, Josh and their extraordinary guest. Suppose you have never listened to or missed the latest episodes. Shows 8, 9 and 10 have been full of action-packed conversations and guests that will keep you on the edge of your seat, eager to learn and hear stories from past hunts. Below is a summary of each episode that is sure to entice you to listen to them in their entirety.
Episode 7 – Travis T-Bone Turner Health Update, Hunting and Shooting Tips
T-Bone opens up about his cancer recovery. He tells listeners about how he found out about the cancer in his leg, to how he had his leg amputated. T-Bone has stayed upbeat through this difficult time in his life. T-Bone later goes into how he manages his, he is a big believer in food plots but more importantly supplemental feeding.
Episode 8 – Elk Hunting with Eastman’s Hunting Journals Scott Reeker
Have you always dreamed of going on an elk hunt in the western part of the United States? Jason and Josh sit with Scott Reeker of Eastman’s Hunting Journal, who helps many hunters plan their next western hunting adventure.
Reeker provides much-needed information on where to hunt, how to apply for tags, and how to use saved points properly. As Jason, Josh and Scott reminisce about past hunts, they also provide information such as what western states offer regarding mule deer and elk hunting. Reeker discusses recent changes, how to draw tags, and tips on planning for that dream hunt.
Episode 9 – Public Land Hunting with PA Hunter Don Ott
In recent years the popularity and demand from hunters desiring to hunt on public land have increased dramatically. When Deer Eater host Jason Say and Josh Kinser admit they have little experience hunting public land, they bring on Pennsylvania public land hunter Don Ott. The latter has over 50 years of public land hunting experience. Ott helps lead hunters in the right direction for those wanting to learn.
Jason, Josh, and Don have a friendly conversation about the many humorous experiences they have been on or witnessed while hunting public land. Plus, Ott explains how to be successful on public land by providing tips such as hunting deep into the timber, taking advantage of online maps such as OnX Maps, scouting every available minute possible, how to hunt pressured deer, and how to exercise correctly to be prepared for hunting public land.
Episode 10 – Early Season Deer Hunting with Brian Switzer
As many hunting seasons have begun, hunters are eager to learn about hunting early-season whitetails. In this episode, Jason and Josh have returning guests and Jason’s good friend Brian Switzer to the show to discuss the best early season tactics hunters should know.
Jason Say recaps a couple of early season hunts from the past where Say was fortunate enough to harvest a mature buck early. Starting in July and August, the guys then break down early-season tips to find a mature buck and pattern his movements. They also explain the best early-season game camera strategies, patterning bucks early, and how to work on your success using mock scrapes during the early season. As the guys go in-depth, the listener will understand why they mark the early season as one of the best times to harvest a mature buck.
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