SHOW NOTES Intro: A day to hunt, & a big muzzleloader buck Topic: The critical importance of intimate familiarity with your hunting area A tale of 24 hours, a faithful old hunting area, & a Utah mule deer tag Juxtaposition: Old areas vs. new What to research & learn: Habitat Game populations Summer
Publish Date: Oct 09, 2020
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SHOW NOTES Intro: A day to hunt, & a big muzzleloader buck Topic: The critical importance of intimate familiarity with your hunting area A tale of 24 hours, a faithful old hunting area, & a Utah mule deer tag Juxtaposition: Old areas vs. new What to research & learn: Habitat Game populations Summer vs. autumn ranges Migration routes & times E-Scouting Scouting with your boots on the ground Mental notes & hunting journals Hunt every opportunity Loyalty to your spot, & the advantages Knowing preferred habitat Knowing travel & escape routes Knowing ambush sites Knowing bedding areas Knowing feeding routes Old age & the wisdom gained by loyalty to your spot Links to the Backcountry Hunting Podcast social sites and sponsor pages: www.backcountryhuntingpodcast.net Backcountry Hunting Podcast on Facebook On Instagram www.browning.com www.timneytriggers.com Siembida Custom Knives on Instagram
really like hunting with friends. Sometimes it's just very fulfilling to take a buck in the back country. Even if it's just a day hunt. Do all of the filled processing and pack him out entirely on your own. There's a very, very good sense of accomplishment in doing that. No. Hello, everybody. I'm will involve Benedict in this time for today's segment of The Backcountry Apprentice. Tomorrow is opening day here in my home state of Idaho and hunters across the state Aaron. A flurry of last minute action. Get ready. While some of that is fun, some tasks can be stressful. So use your tip of the week. Be sure you've got all your legal requirements taking care of well before opening day. Specifically, know where your hunting license and tag are. And if orange clothing is required during your season, be sure you've got ready. Also, be aware whether you're required to carry identification while in the field. This can vary depending on your age. If the state law stipulates that you carry a driver's license or I D card while hunting make a point of doing so, we all hope to never accidentally be on the south side of the law when interviewed by a conservation officer. Think last minute prep is stressful. Imagine how much worse attempting to locate a missing hunting license while standing over a freshly killed there with the game warning standing by would be prepare meticulously and hunt confidently with some walk. Soon I'll be able to share the story of my own mule deer hunt this fall. Meanwhile, best of luck to all you scrambling to get ready for opening day. The segment of the backcountry Prentice is brought to you by too many triggers. Check them out at Timoney triggers dot com and get 15% off with code back country. Now about your regular scheduled programming. My father and I are off to the sporting goods store to buy me an orange vest. Cheers. Yeah. Oh, and funny enough. I checked my truck clock when I jumped in the truck to head from