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at1010

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GREAT PODCAST!!! So relatable, and jammed pack full of information!! I thought I was good at laying out a habitat plan but the way @bowhunter1023 articulates his plan, in relation to terrain features and the neighborhood was freaking visual! I could visually conceptualize exactly what he was explaining and why he was doing each part of the plan. All around, fantastic!!
 

giles

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I still gotta find the time for this. New phone doesn't hook up to the car. Been missing out on this stuff for a few months!
 

giles

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Getting caught up with all of the Habitat Podcast shows. Some I've listened to before and some are new to me. I used to do podcasts all the time but for some reason got off of them.....cough....cough.....FB.....cough..... Good to get back to thinking about things instead of being shown what to think...HMMM.....
Outstanding way to look at it! I really enjoy the ones that are just hunting stories. Those suck me in. I've been known to get him and sit in the car to finish an episode.
 

at1010

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I was invited to speak on this podcast all about soil health and most importantly the resources that people can use to learn about soil health, from those far smarter and more experienced than I.

Thanks to Ty Miller for having me on. Absolute honor to be asked to discuss this topic that I am so passionate about, and far from an expert on. Truly humbling.

I appreciated the invite greatly and the conversation was a great one.

 

bowhunter1023

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If you haven't listened to the new Bear Grease podcast from MeatEater's Clay Newcomb, you need to get this one on your playlist. It's incredibly well produced, engaging, and informative. I've really enjoyed all 5 of the episodes they've released and would have a hard time picking a favorite, but #3 is a great one for this crowd to start.

 
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jagermeister

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If you have listened to the new Bear Grease podcast from MeatEater's Clay Newcomb, you need to get this one on your playlist. It's incredibly well produced, engaging, and informative. I've really enjoyed all 5 of the episodes they've released and would have a hard time picking a favorite, but #3 is a great one for this crowd to start.

I listened to 4 out of the 5 today. Damn… those were good. Very well produced. I can dig this. Thanks for the recommendation Jesse!
 
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OhioWhiteTails

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Started my yearly Nock On shooting school series. I find over the year, particularly in the offseason, I forget some very basic but important keys to consistent shot placement. This series is awesome for not only new archery enthusiasts, but even the seasoned ones. Dudley is a maniac at breaking down the shot process.
 

bowhunter1023

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As someone born to be a businessman, I've always been fascinated with the late-80s and the peak of the cartels. The way those folks scaled businesses and mastered logistics, distribution, and marketing, albeit illegal, is still worthy of a Business 101 textbook. That said, this podcast captivated me.

 

Tipmoose

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As someone born to be a businessman, I've always been fascinated with the late-80s and the peak of the cartels. The way those folks scaled businesses and mastered logistics, distribution, and marketing, albeit illegal, is still worthy of a Business 101 textbook. That said, this podcast captivated me.


If you haven't read it already, I highly recommend "A Piece of the Action: How the Middle Class Joined the Money Class" by Joe Nocera. Its a surprisingly interesting look at personal finances, investing, saving, and credit from the WW2 era Savers to the 1980s credit card addicts.

It tells the story of how people changed and were changed by new vehicles in personal finance...and it started with Bank of America dropping 60,000 fully functioning and funded credit cards on the people of Fresno California. People who never asked for those cards or the debt they would bring.

When I worked for Schwab in the 90s and early 2000s, the company bought everyone a copy of that book. I never thought I would find it interesting. I was wrong. I'll see if I can find my copy and bring it next week if you're interested.
 

bowhunter1023

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Sharing for @giles since he's down this rabbit hole at the moment, but also for all the FOC conversations we've had recently.

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angelzd28

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Sharing for @giles since he's down this rabbit hole at the moment, but also for all the FOC conversations we've had recently.

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I listened to this and am on the heavy arrow kick, starting last year. I know people like to make fun of the heavy arrow craze. But after watching the latest Elk video from The Hunting Public , where Aaron Warbritton got a complete frontal pass thru on his Elk, I'm sold. Ed Ashby has got some really informative stuff. Worth the listen!
 
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giles

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I listened to this and am on the heavy arrow kick, starting last year. I know people like to make fun of the heavy arrow craze. But after watching the latest Elk video from The Hunting Public , where Aaron Warbritton got a complete frontal pass thru on his Elk, I'm sold. Ed Ashby has got some really informative stuff. Worth the listen!
I shared an video with Michael Waddell in the tuning thread as well. It was more geared towards your first comment about the hate. Worth watching IMO.
 
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