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An interview collective of famous and not so famous deer hunters from around the country. We explore the curious aspects of the hunt, individual skill sets and deer hunting styles. From Maine to Florida, the Mid-West to the West Coast, we explore hunting styles of each area. Tree stands, tracking in deep snow, spot and stalk, and saddle hunting we cover it. We also diverge into the realms of other hunter related issues like conservation, fitness, hunter health, deer herd issues wherever they ...
 
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Along with being the author of the 2019 book The Carnivore Diet, Shawn Baker is a doctor and an accomplished athlete. He earned his medical degree from Texas Tech Health Science University in 2001, completed his orthopaedic surgical residency at the University of Texas in 2006, and served as chief of orthopaedics at various bases during his stint i…
 
The Warden Post has been on a mission to bring together some of the most original and brightest writers for social sciences and especially Political Theory. In this episode of Dangerous Ideas, we discuss the 12 instalments series of articles Justin Carmien wrote for The Warden Post and their potential impact on what kind of policy we can develop in…
 
Brian Francis Culkin is a writer, cultural theorist, film director, and novelist. He has written 15 books including “The Meaning of Trump,” “On Heroin,” and “Postscript on Boxing” as well as writing/directing 3 films. His website is www.brianculkin.com” You can find Brians books on his Amazon author page: https://www.amazon.com/Brian-Francis-... ★ …
 
Michael Rectenwald is a former NYU Professor and the author of ten books, including his most recent, Beyond Woke. His novel, The Thought Criminal, is due out on December 1st. Other books include Beyond Woke (May 2020); Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom (Sept. 2019); Springtime for Snowflakes: "Social Justice" and I…
 
Ricardo Duchesne is a professor at The University of New Brunswick. His landmark book from 2011, The Uniqueness of Western Civilization, was a critique of the ongoing devaluing of western civilisation in the face of the march through the institutions of the radical left since the 1960s. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★…
 
Some women shine in the darkness as the most stalwart beacon of hope that the Classical and Aristocratic ideal for femininity is still embodied in some extraordinary ladies out in the world. Born just outside of Cleveland, Ohio to an adventurous outdoorsman and a lovely beauty queen and a country musician and Singer, Kelley had a very typical mid-w…
 
Jason Reza Jorjani, PhD is an Iranian-American philosopher and lifelong native New Yorker. He received his BA and MA at New York University and completed his doctorate in Philosophy at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Dr Jorjani has taught courses on Science, Technology, and Society (STS), the philosophy of Martin Heidegger, and the…
 
We discuss the potential outcomes with Paul Waggener, the founder of Operation Werewolf, with a particular emphasis on standing firm among the ruins. Mixing together equal parts fight club, strength regimen, motorcycle club and esoteric order, Operation Werewolf is more than the sum of its parts. It is not an organization, but an organism- living a…
 
Rachel Fulton Brown, PhD, is Associate Professor of History, Fundamentals, and the College at the University of Chicago, where she has taught since 1994. She is the author of Mary and the Art of Prayer: The Hours of the Virgin in Medieval Christian Life and Thought and From Judgment to Passion: Devotion to Christ and the Virgin Mary, 800-1200, and …
 
California Game Warden Lt. John Nores, now retired, has been at the forefront and on the front lines of an under-reported battle against thousands of drug cartel members who grow toxic marijuana on U.S. soil. Not only does black market marijuana cultivation undermine legitimate growers, but it endangers lives and wildlife populations unimagined. Ja…
 
In this episode of Kicksology, host Brian Metzler welcomes Dan Feeney, Ph.D., Biomechanics Research Engineer with BOA Technology, and Jonathan Wyatt, a six-time World Mountain Running champion and Running Product Specialist with La Sportiva. They discuss shoe development, fit and performance advancements, a recent University of Denver study about r…
 
In this episode of Kicksology, host Brian Metzler welcomes Michael Thompson, the Senior Global Product Director of Footwear at The North Face, to talk about how trail running has evolved, the early days of trail running shoes, the continued growth of ultra-distance races, the new Flight VECTIV trail running shoe with a 3D carbon-fiber plate embedde…
 
In this episode of Kicksology, host Brian Metzler talks about the early evolution of running shoes and running retail stores. He is joined by guests Carl Brandt, who owned and operated the Movin' Shoes retail stores in San Diego for more than 35 years, and Mike Fanelli, a running historian who worked in running stores, played a key marketing role f…
 
In this episode of Kicksology, host Brian Metzler is joined by Olympic marathoner and Saucony pro Jared Ward, and Dr. Iain Hunter, a biomechanics and exercise science professor at Brigham Young University. They talk all about the rise of super shoes — marathon racers with curvy carbon fiber plates embedded in the midsole that have been proven to re…
 
In episode 7 of the Kicksology podcast, host Brian Metzler is joined by Chris McDougall, the New York Times best-selling author of "Born to Run." They delve deep into the evolution of running shoes in the 21st century, focusing on the drastically different designs, how and why trends have shifted since the minimalist boom of a decade ago and also t…
 
This weeks show is an interview with Ted Bright. Ted is as you might expect a diehard deer hunter who likes prefers the a mobile hunt over a fixed stand. Ted uses a sling or harness to maneuver from tree to tree based on when and where he's finding active big buck sign. Ted is also an archer and seems to prefer this over anything. Something has "cl…
 
In Episode 6 of the Kicksology podcast, host Brian Metzler talks with Philip Snyder of Denver's Berkeley Park Running Company and Lisa Jhung, a noted trail running author and shoe reviewer, about all things trail running shoes. They discuss how to find your next pair of shoes, the evolution of trail running and why trail running shoes and experienc…
 
In the 5th episode of the Kicksology podcast, host Brian Metzler is joined by Carson Carprara, Senior Director, Global Footwear Product Management at Brooks Running, and Danny Orr, the Senior Business Unit Manager for Innovation at New Balance. Carprara and Orr talk about the evolution of running shoes, the midsole "foam war," the development of sh…
 
In each episode of Kicksology, host Brian Metzler engages shoe designers, entrepreneurs, shoe company executives, retailers, athletes and physical therapists to talk about the evolution of running shoes, new shoe launches, breakthrough technologies, the biomechanics of running and everything running-shoe related. In Episode 4, Metzler welcomes Kris…
 
In each episode of Kicksology, host Brian Metzler engages shoe designers, entrepreneurs, shoe company executives, retailers, athletes and physical therapists to talk about the evolution of running shoes, new shoe launches, breakthrough technologies, the biomechanics of running and everything running-shoe related. In Episode 3, Metzler talks with To…
 
In each episode of Kicksology, host Brian Metzler engages shoe designers, entrepreneurs, shoe company executives, retailers, athletes and physical therapists to talk about the evolution of running shoes, new shoe launches, breakthrough technologies, the biomechanics of running and everything running-shoe related. In Episode 2, Metzler catches up wi…
 
Welcome to the Kicksology podcast, a new online discussion all about running shoes, hosted by journalist and running shoe expert Brian Metzler. In each episode, Metzler engages shoe designers, entrepreneurs, shoe company executives, retailers, athletes and physical therapists to talk about the evolution of running shoes, new shoe launches, breakthr…
 
Anyone who has hunted mature bucks has a secret or two about how to hunt them. Quite frankly, it's the foundation of this show. And then Doug Whitcomb said he'd figured something out. I was all ears. After all, he and a few people in his circle of hunters, were killing mature New Hampshire bucks almost yearly without tracking snow. Not an easy task…
 
Despite being quarantined, I can't imagine any sportsman sitting at home doing nothing. It's just not in our blood. Let's face it, our playground is the great outdoors and we practice lots of social distancing without the restrictions of COVID-19. But, there may be some other things we can do to stay in hunt-ready shape and we thought of nobody bet…
 
Our world is upside down. However, planting spring food plots seems to be an acceptable form of social distancing. So we turned to our goods friends Eric Fitzgerald and Jason Obermiller from the seed, nutritional supplement, and fertilizer company Rackology to discuss how to do it right. When should you plant? When is the soil moisture and temperat…
 
Recently, Jay appeared on the Where2Hunt podcast, for an opportunity to share more about the BBR and to share the story behind Jay's 2019 NH buck. Since the interview, lots has changed in the world. Jay had cardiac catheter surgery where cardiologists found a 95% blockage in Jay's widow maker cardiac artery. Two stents later, Jay is feeling better …
 
In a 23 year celebrated career filled with wild stories & tales of Game Warden lore, the beginning started with one of the biggest tragedies on New Hampshire soil. As a conservation officer, Wayne Saunders has caught many a poacher and became a regular on North Woods Law. Now Wayne often reflects on his duties as Lieutenant while interviewing Conse…
 
In a 23 year celebrated career filled with wild stories & tales of Game Warden lore, the beginning started with one of the biggest tragedies on New Hampshire soil. As a conservation officer, Wayne Saunders has caught many a poacher and became a regular on North Woods Law. Now Wayne often reflects on his duties as Lieutenant while interviewing Conse…
 
When an athletic event involves repetitive motion in order to achieve success, it's important to understand the biomechanics of that movement. The golf swing, pitching a baseball, and the archery shot are good examples. Christian Williams, an exercise science specialist, and avid bowhunter, breaks down the mechanics of the bow shot, how to improve …
 
As we open up 2020, our 8th Season, and 8 years of podcasting here at the Big Buck Registry, we thought it only appropriate to take one last look at 2019. If you are a frequent listener of the show, you'll know that in each episode we segment off into the Deer News at the beginning and a good deer hunting story at the end. In the last show of 2019,…
 
Welcome to the Big Buck Registry's Best Deer Hunting stories of 2019. On almost every show we ask each guest to share a memorable deer story that's meaningful to them. At the heart of the Big Buck Registry are the stories of the men and women across the world, from all walks of life, that share a common bond in hunting. We've always felt that the s…
 
Welcome to the Big Buck Registry's Best Deer Hunting stories of 2019. On almost every show we ask each guest to share a memorable deer story that's meaningful to them. At the heart of the Big Buck Registry are the stories of the men and women across the world, from all walks of life, that share a common bond in hunting. We've always felt that the s…
 
Every now and then a new technology comes along that solves a problem that we didn't know we had. In this case, it's about scoring a trophy animal to within 1/1000 of an inch specificity. In a computer aided model, you can now remove all human error and get ridiculous precision with the help of Trophy Scan. Think of it like instant replay meets dee…
 
Just when you thought you'd heard it all about deer urine, deer scent attractants, deer behavior, and deer farming, along comes a Richard Cook, the formulation master wizard behind Cooks Fatal Attraction deer scent lures. Unlike many brands with expired diluted product, Richard raises deer, collects specimens, and ships his extremely fresh undilute…
 
How do you know when you've found a good hunting spot? You know it for sure that it's a good spot when you kill your first good buck there. Allison Rauscher knows this well. After doing her on the ground homework, and then picking the right tree in the right spot on the right property, it all came together recently for Allison one evening on a bow …
 
John Eberhart joined us last on Episode 209, where we broke down John's tactics and answered questions based on listener curiosities. This time is a little different. Jay, now with a few saddle hunts under his belt and a first hand account of what it's like, hits John with numerous questions from the novice to the legendary saddling hunting expert.…
 
Marc Warnke says that it's not so much the hunting strategy, but it's the spot. That means hunting where hunters don't typically hunt, sometimes hunting spots that haven't been hunted in over 20 years and hunting where wheels can't go. This also means sleeping on bulls or bucks, which means that you're not coming out each day. And that also means h…
 
It's a game of chess according to Cameran Derefield. There's a king and a pawn. Which is which, welp, that's to be determined at the end of the deer season. Studying annual journals about buck behavior and with heavy game camera monitoring, Cameran believes that he can see the target buck's next move and plan accordingly. It's not instant success, …
 
If you were to meet Jess Martin in person, you probably wouldn't instantly think buck buck deer killin' machine. But make no mistake, Jess is well on her way to making a name for herself as just that. A true hunter and outdoor enthusiast, Jess spends much of her time in the big mountainous woods of Rangeley, Maine. Through tracking and woodsmanship…
 
There's a long standing northern tradition, especially in New Hampshire and Maine, where wool meets deer hunting. John Glidden is no stranger to this concept. At age 61 and as President of the company, John reports to work almost daily at the Minus 33 Merino Wool Factory. John prefers tracking the bucks of New Hampshire in the fallen snow over just…
 
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