You asked for it, we deliver! It's half way through Spring Turkey season here in New Mexico. Hopefully you are having success! If not, this podcast might help. This week's episode features a special guest with 30+ years experience chasing the long beards. Josh Waldrip is a Sergeant with New Mexico Department of Game and Fish. He is a native of New Mexico having grown up in Artesia. Josh started hunting turkey with his family when he was a child and has carried that passion full circle as he is now passing his knowledge along to his children. While he doesn't claim to be an "expert" on the subject matter, he certainly is well versed in the topic and passed along some great information and tips about turkey hunting great for both beginners and longtime hunters alike. We talk life cycle, habitat, diet, roosting, and of course hunting techniques. What makes this podcast so great is that Josh brings a perspective for hunting western birds which is a completely different ball game from eastern birds! He has been there and made those mistakes! We hope you find some tips you can use! I sure know we did.
In this week's podcast we are joined by Ellary TuckerWilliams and Kent Keene of the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation. Ellary recently brought to our attention a nation wide initiative that is now being championed by the Biden Administration among others to "protect" 30% of our lands and waters by the year 2030. As with many such broad based, ambiguous movements, sportsmen and conservationists including ourselves have our trepidations, and rightly so. There has recently been an onslaught of legislation introduced, fought, and in some cases, passed attacking our long standing heritage of hunting, fishing, and trapping. Join us as we discuss where the movement started, issues with it, and what you can do as a sportsman to stay engaged and informed. We also discuss Congressional Sportsman's Foundation purpose and involvement in the issue. We want to thank Ellary and Kent for a great podcast that was extremely engaging and informative!
If you are interested in learning more about CSF and other sportsman group involvement in the 30 by 30 initiative go to www.huntfish3030.com
If you would like to stay informed about more than just 30 by 30, visit congressionalsportsmen.org. You can also sign up for their newsletter and the Tracking the Capitols report to stay up to date with legislation impacting sportsmen in your state.
You can also find a copy of the American System of Conservation Funding fact sheet for New Mexico on our website. Did you know that in New Mexico, 99.3 of NM Game and Fish's budget is sportsmen and women generated dollars? This fact sheet breaks down how conservation in New Mexico is paid for! Check it out!
We had the pleasure of chatting with Brandon Waddell who runs Mountain Archery Fest events which are family oriented 3D Archery events. These events are unique in that they encourage involvement of the whole family and feature some seriously awesome 3D courses and much more. Check out their website here ! We thoroughly enjoyed this podcast and hope you do too!
After a couple months of some pretty heavy and passion filled topics, we decided we wanted to do an episode of "light and fluffy" to loosen back up a bit. It was a long legislative session here in New Mexico and we were physically and emotionally drained from the fight, so after taking a week to recoup, we are back to re-touch on how we got started. We discuss Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast beginnings, our evolution as a podcast, our passion for the Hunt it Forward initiative and more! Tune in with us as we connect back to what started it all!
This podcast is a little late and we hope to start next season with a podcast on the proclamation when it comes out, but we still come in under the wire for one of the Big Game draw deadlines! We give the proclamation a once over as is needed on an annual basis so you can make sure that not too much has changed. Reminder that the deadline to put in for the draw in New Mexico is fast approaching! Good luck everyone!
Season 3 wrap up. We talk about a recent big win for the New Mexico hunting community when SB312 was tabled in the Senate Conservation Committee. We also run through the crazy year that was 2020, Hunt it Forward, Hunt giveaways, and personal hunting adventures. We have been blessed to do this for three seasons, and thoroughly look forward to season 4. A big thank you to all of our listeners!
We got a chance to finally catch up with a fellow New Mexico Sportsman, and businessman Adrian Vigil. Adrian started out as an airbrush artist in High School and started a business doing that. A couple years ago, Adrian started an apparel company inspired by his love of the outdoors. He has some pretty wicked designs and we had a great time learning about 'Game On Outdoors' and telling great hunting stories. Check out Adrian and Game On apparel on Facebook, Instagram, and at their online store. Also find Game On apparel at select retail locations across New Mexico and elsewhere!
Part 2 of our post hunt podcast with Ryan and Shay after their very first public land hunt. They were both successful in taking a cow elk and we discuss patience, perseverance, and hunting until the end. Join us for the wrap up of a great hunt for these two new hunters!
We figured ou,t after our inaugural participants drew their first public land elk tags, but were unable to make the hunt work, that we needed to change the program up a bit. So rather than taking on new participants each year, we determined to carry participants through an initial learning year culminating in a private land hunt, then follow that up with an advanced learning year culminating in a public land hunt (hopefully!). Our second year participants Ryan and Shay join us in the middle of their hunt for part 1 of this podcast where we put this new aspect of public land hunting into practice since they were fortunate enough to draw public land cow elk licenses. Ryan came out successful and we discuss public land hunting, the gutless method of breaking down an elk, and looking forward to the next day's hunt and opportunities for Shay.
Lance Bernal joins the program to discuss the bighorn sheep bug. We talk about his first bighorn hunt in Mexico Check, the Wild Sheep Foundation, and restoration of bighorn sheep in New Mexico. We reminisce about the recent hunt we were able to guide on and the experiences that make these hunts some of the most challenging you will ever do. As has been stated about sheep hunting, your first time will determine whether you catch the sheep bug or vow never to go again!
On this week's episode, we are happy to have a topic submitted by our listeners. We get a chance to discuss how COVID has affected hunting and the hunting community here in New Mexico. We also take up a topic that we have discussed before briefly, but get more in detail about the controversial Elk Private Land Use System (EPLUS). Join us for an extremely complex subject.
This week we are releasing a podcast that we recorded several episodes ago. Its a little out of order but that's ok. We have a cool story about a listener and we ramble on about several topics as we head down the road. Come check it out.
We heavily advocate for hunters to unite around common causes, however sometimes you also have to just call Bulls***. This week we do just that. The NMWF and NMBHA have significant influence with the current Game Commission and key members of the New Mexico Legislature and are leading the charge to implement some drastic rule changes that would have a negative impact on hunters in New Mexico and New Mexico's wildlife. They are pushing to double the cost of a Habitat Stamp that is required to hunt, fish and trap on Federal lands. Additionally they want to discard the current E-Pus system and make New Mexico more like neighboring states. Their vision for elk hunting in our state has far reaching, unintended consequences that we believe have not been properly addressed.
This week we got a chance to collaborate on a podcast with another local NM podcast producer and long time elk hunter Joe Giglia of Elk Bros and the Blue Collar Elk Hunting podcast. Joe has been hunting elk (mainly with a bow) for the past 39 years on public land. He has an amazing ability to close the deal and bring home meat for the freezer and has killed bulls 37 of those 39 years using the New Mexico public land draw system. He is also an awesome teacher and has built an online elk academy to share his knowledge. We talk elk hunting, draw systems, and coaching styles to boost success.
Adult onset hunters helping create new adult onset hunters is a really cool thing. It is what Hunt It Forward is all about. Kyle and I were very fortunate to sit down with Jen Judge and Aaron Gulley to talk about their journey into the world of hunting.
Change is not always good. If you do want to advocate for change at least get your facts right. Some people are calling for a change to the E-PLUS system. Kyle and I talk this week about Why this is a bad idea. Come check it out.
Camping with children is an adventure unto itself. It is not easy but the rewards are great. Start them young and they will learn a great appreciation for the outdoors. On this weeks podcast break down some things we have learned over the years camping with our little tikes. Come listen in.
Mentoring is a great, and needed thing in the hunting community. The week, on the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast, we talk about a few of the things we have learned since we started the Hunt It Forward Initiative. Come check it out.
This week on The Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast, Kyle and I break down the Great American Outdoors Act, that has just passed the Senate and is Heading to the House of representatives. By all our research, this bill is a great bill for public lands and many outdoors enthusiasts, but is it going to benefit Hunting? Come listen and find out.
Didn't draw a tag? Looking for something to hunt? We have you covered. This week, on the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast, we talk about all the different options still available for big game hunting this year. Come check it out.
It's summer, the big game hunts are months away, but should we wast this time? I don't think so. This weeks we talk about some things you need to start doing now, to get ready for your upcoming hunts. Come check it out.
I love it when we have guests, and this week is no different. Dave Stambaugh joined us to talk waterfowl hunting. Something I have never done a lot of but by the end could not wait to grab some waders and head out.
What is the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation? What does it mean? What are the tenets and how do they work? That's what Kyle and I wanted to find out. Captain Ty Jackson, of the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, sat down with us this week to discuss what exactly is in the model and what the tenets mean, as well as how they work together. Come check it out.
Hunters helping hunters, is conservation. Change my mind. You can't. This week Kyle and Rodney sat down to talk about what they have been seeing on social media since the draw results came out. There are a few trends specifically, that bother them. Also, congrats to all who drew tags and heart felt sympathy for those that did not. Adios.
I love having guests on the podcast. And this weeks guest has no shortage of GRRR. She is a great hunter and tells some great hunting stories. For the second time Kyle and I got to sit down with Tammy, of Zephyr Fitness, to talk a little hunting. This time, fortunately, she didn't work our tails off in the gym.
Kyle and I often preach that we do not stand together enough as a hunting collective. Too often people get selfish and forget that there are many different interests at stake. Public land hunters, private land hunters, residents and non residents. This week we sat down with one of the oft forgotten and if not forgotten, complained about members of our hunting community, Guides and Outfitters. We had a great guest this week, Kerrie Cox Romero, Executive Director of New Mexico Council of Outfitters and Guides. We had a great discussion about several hunting topics including lots of information about some current hot topics here in NM.
One of our favorite thing to do at Nada Grande Outdoors is to help our Hunt It Forward participant keep their hunting experience moving forward. So for this weeks podcast Kyle and Rodney sat down with Shay and Ryan to help them learn a little about the rules and regs book and complete their very first draw hunt applications. It didn't hurt that we did this over a hot plate of speed goat tacos, cooked from Ryan's pronghorn he shot last year. Delicious!
This week Kyle and Rodney sat down with the Tristana Bickford, the Communications Director of the NMDGF. We had an awesome conversation about some of the things happening in and around the Department of Game and Fish here in New Mexico. Come check it out.
For this weeks podcast we touch on several subjects, but one important subject is in the title, how to disagree. It is pretty important. We cant always see eye to eye, but that doesn't mean we cant still have a good two sided conversation regardless of the topic. Come check it out.
Get it done right in the field. For this weeks episode of the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast, Kyle and I sat down with Josh Jensen, of White Mountain Taxidermy. He had some great tips on field care for better meat processing and proper techniques for caping animals for a great mount. Come check it out.
One thing is for sure, the rules and regs book can get confusing for new hunters. Don't think that is true? Then go grab one from Arizona or Idaho and try to figure it out. It's not easy. But not to worry, Kyle and I have sat down with the 2020-2021 book for this week's podcast. We hope it will help.
"Misery fades and the memories remain" I hear Kyle say this a lot and I believe he is right. What we do now, for ourselves, for our friends, and for our loved ones creates those memories. Without them where is our purpose? Camping trips, hunting trips, and road trips are a great way to create these memories that will last through generations. What we do now with our friends and family, in particular the little ones, will live on in memory and campfire stories for a long time. What happens if we don't take the time to make these memories while we can? Nothing, and that sounds very boring. So, come listen to this weeks podcast about, what else, Memories.
Earlier this year we did a Barbary hunt giveaway for a tag we were given on some private property. During the hunt we sat down with the winner, Holt Tilton, our buddy, Gear Junky Jerry, and Russell Wilson to talk about the hunt. We also discussed the importance of private land and the role it plays for wildlife habitat.
Season two was a lot of fun. We are hoping season three will be that much better. Hunt it forward, guests, some fun ideas and some really fun trips. Last week we looked back on season two, this week we look ahead to season three. Come join us.
What a season it has been. Thanks to all our listeners who have followed us throughout the year. Thanks to all our guests on the podcast and a very special thanks to our Hunt It Forward Participants. It was a very fun season from bear attacks to hunters education. Cant wait for season three.
There are a lot of firsts in life, a first kiss, a first love, your first wildlife harvest. This is one of my greatest firsts of all times though, my daughters first deer. I had to choke back some tears as I walked back to the truck alone to get the pack to haul it out but the smiles that night, on the faces of Magdalena, Kyle and I will be remembered forever. What a great hunt, and great memories that will last forever. Come hear the story as told by Maggie, Kyle and Myself on this weeks Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast.
Want to know what to get that hunter in your family for Christmas? Want to know how to figure it out? Nada Grande Outdoors has some tips and trick to get it done right this year. Come check out this weeks podcast geared toward picking the right gear for Christmas.
Hunters education is an important part in any hunters life. This week Rodney had the pleasure of sitting down with long time Hunter Education Instructor, Matt Flotte. We even did the podcast live on facebook. As a bonus we had a really cool announcement. Come check it out.
Sometimes it doesn't matter how far you walk, how high you hike or how hard you look, animals are hard to find. Especially elk, when they are not bugling. Kyle, DeeDon and myself had a hell of a hard elk hunt this year, but as usual, it was awesome. I think.
All fun and no game for the Nada Grande Boys on this episode covering our Antelope hunt in 2019. What a great experience for Kyle DeeDon and I. Success can not be measured by the size of the headgear says every hunter eating tag soup. Come listen in as we recap the hunt.
Sometimes, a person or an organization thinks it is doing something for the right reasons, but hasn't actually stepped back and looked at what is really happening. Sometimes, they are looking so hard, they cant even see how wrong they really are. Sometimes, the mouth, or the pen, just spews words without any real thought on the matter. Sometime, someone is listening that is going to stand up and say "Words that Kyle wont let me post". On this weeks episode of the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast, Kyle and I sat down with DeeDon Bates and Ty Jackson, to discuss an article released by the New Mexico Wildlife Federation that we think is full of intentionally misleading information. It is needed for us, as outdoorsman, to make sure that our position is not being misrepresented. In this case, the NMWF, does not represent our beliefs or what we believe should be the direction of New Mexico hunting policy. Come join us as we set the record straight.
Kyle and I sat down with the Back Country Hunters and Anglers Southwest Chapter Coordinator, Katie DeLorenzo. What we learned is we do not have to always agree on every position, but it is always good to have the conversations about topics that create controversy and division. There is a great divide between many outdoors groups from private land owners to public land hunters and everything in between. The important part is that we can sit down and have the conversations that are hard, about topics that we do not always agree upon. Nada Grande Outdoors does not agree with all the positions that the BHA takes here in New Mexico or across the country, and that is why this podcast was so much fun. Thank you Katie for joining us and thanks to our followers who take the time to like, share, rate and review our podcast.
Kyle and I had the pleasure of joining Erin and Starson Roy for a lovely home cooked meal and a podcast. Both experiences that we will never forget. For the meal, a lovely Elk Osso Bucco with bone marrow spread and for the podcast, we talked about blending the natural meat of a hunters harvest and fresh grown vegetables of a master gardeners garden. Subsistence living at its finest. Come listen in on the conversation.
Kyle and I were lucky enough to spend some time down at the Crossfit Zephyr Gym with @tammy_bowhunts. Aside from her almost killing the pair of us, she taught us a great deal about getting in shape and preparing for a hunt physically. After some good reps in the gym and a few shots, we sat down with Tammy to record this podcast. Come check it out.
Hunt It Forward 2019
of the #nadagrandeoutdoorspodcast is now available!
Come join us as we talk to this years #huntitforward participants @hayshay78 and @notthatryanlewis ...
But wait there’s more!
Last years #huntitforward participant and #speedgoat slayer extraordinaire @heintzey joins us as well.
On this weeks Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast, Kyle, DeeDon and I tried to talk about field care and processing of wild game. I know we laughed a lot and I'm sure there is a yo mamma joke or two. What I'm not sure about is how much field care we talked about. It sure was fun though. Come join us.
One cool thing about hunting, is anyone can do it. Sure, top of the line gear looks good, can keep you warmer and working out everyday will help you go farther and faster. But guess what, it's not a must. Time and money are not in abundance with everyone. do what you can when you can. Buy the gear you need first and then the gear you want. Most importantly remember this. It is time in the outdoors that will fill your trophy case, and the only trophy cases that carry any weight here at Nada Grande Outdoors, are the freezer and the memory bank.
Predator control plays a big role in our world of hunting. One of the best forms of predator control is the art of trapping. One way to get into trapping is to join the New Mexico Trappers Association. The NMTA has a rendezvous every year in Alto, NM. This year Rodney was lucky enough to sit down with the NMTA President, Chance Thedford as well as multiple time guest to our podcast and board member of the NMTA, Ty Jackson. We discussed several topics including the direction and future of the NMTA as well as what trapping means to our public lands and the wildlife that resides on it. Come join Nada Grande Outdoors and the New Mexico trappers Association on this weeks podcast.
It's been one year since Kyle and I started the podcast. For the anniversary we thought it would be fitting to do a podcast about the podcast. We talk a bit about our favorite podcasts and what goes into making the podcast. Come listen in.
Kyle and I are ready for fall but alas, we have a long summer to get through before hunting season begins. Lucky for us we love camping, fishing and front porch sittin around a nice fire with the family. Thats exactly what we did on this podcast. Built a fire, pulled up a few chairs for the family and talked about summer. Come join us.
Kyle and I are starting to get ready for our upcoming Antelope archery hunt. We sit down to talk about what we have planned to get in archery shape. Come listen in to this weeks Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast.
For this weeks episode, Kyle and I sat down with Dayna Monroe from Kifaru International. We had some great conversation about how to properly wear a pack, a little Hawaiian hunting and how to self start in the hunting world. Come join us for a great episode of the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast.
Kyle and I had the pleasure to sit down with Tag and Paul from First Lite in Ketchum on our trip through Idaho. Come listen in as we talk about First Lite, first time hunters and some good hunting stories.
Good food, good times and good people. Come Join Kyle and I as we welcome some very special guests to the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast, our wives Dana and Annie. This week we are making our mouths water as we talk about camp food, camp cooking and good camp memories. Hope you enjoy, Adios.
This week Kyle and I sat down with Colonel Griego of the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish to talk about some of the possible new laws from this years legislative session and how they may affect hunters and the department. Hope you enjoy, Adios.
The Hunt It Forward rockstars are back! Emily and Adrienne join the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast once again, this time to apply for their very first public draw hunt. We take them through the rules and regulations booklet as well as how to use the drawing odds report and harvest reports to apply for hunts. Come join us as we continue the Hunt It Forward journey.
Sometime just because you can do something doesn't mean you should. Come join Kyle and I, on this weeks Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast, as we discuss ethics, morals and laws and how each has its own place in the outdoor world. Also, don't forget to visit us on Instagram and Facebook to leave us a comment or suggestion. Thanks for joining, adios.
On this weeks episode of the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast, Kyle and I are talking about bucket list hunts. Whats on your bucket list? Come join us and please send us a comment on Facebook or Instagram with your bucket list hunts.
Time for a little lighter topic. This week Kyle and I are gonna talk about a few of our addictions, cast iron, canvas and wool. What can I say, we love the stuff. Come join in and let us know what you think.
Here we go again. On this episode of the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast, Kyle and I take you through the drawing odds report and harvest report data in an effort to help you increase your odds of success in this years big game draw.
Wow! Just Wow.... What a story. Bridger Petrini, the Owner of Tri-State Outfitters, joins the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast this week and shares with us, his story of a big red bear getting after him here in New Mexico. Hounds and heroes, men and miracles. It was a privilege for Kyle and I, to sit and listen. We hope you enjoy it just as much as we did.
The Nada Grande Boys, Kyle and Rodney sit down with Ty Jackson to follow up on last seasons trapping podcast. This time we go out into the field and put our lessons to the test and set a few traps for coyotes and then we sit down to talk about it. Come listen in.
Kyle and I thought it would be a good Idea to do a podcast on land status following the executive order signed by our new land commissioner, banning coyote contests on state land. Join us as we talk about all the dos and donts on the different types of land.
Bored? Holidays got you feeling all cooped up? Come join the Nada Grande Boys, we have just the thing for you. All sorts of last chance opportunities to hunt here in New Mexico. Kyle and I, do a break down of the remaining hunting opportunities left for this hunting season.
Kyle and I sit down and reminisce about our inaugural season of #huntitforward and the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast. Then we get into what is coming up for season two. Come join the Nada Grande Boys as we begin a new season of Hunt It Forward.
There are many ways to have a successful hunt. From filling the freezer, to getting your eyes on one of the big ones, to just enjoying the time spent in the out of doors. No doubt this #huntitforward hunt was filled with success of all types. It will remain one of our most memorable hunts for the rest of our lives. Come listen and let the Nada Grande Boys, along with our #huntitforward participants, Emily and Adrienne, regale you with this hunting story.
On this weeks podcast, Adrienne and Emily, our #huntitforward participants, joined us on the range and then sat down with us for our 23rd episode of the Nada Grande Outdoors podcast. Come listen on your favorite podcast listening app.
For episode 19 DeeDon and I, Kyle couldn't join us, hit the high low country in search of mule deer. In all the years we have hunted together, while together, we have never harvested an animal. Come listen in as we talk about our attempt to break this curse.
On the second half of our elk hunt, the Nada Grande Boys had to make some decisions. While 25 miles from pavement, Kyle at home and DeeDon and I in camp with snow starting to fall, we had to choose between hunting and being snowed in. Come join us as we talk about the decision.
This week the Nada Grande Boys get some good hunting stories about , first time hunter, Chet Pharies, long time hunter Mark Maunder and World Champions, Patrick Smith and Trevor Brazile. Kyle and I sat down with Chet, Mark and Patrick as they told us their tales about becoming outdoorsman and how their New Mexico elk hunt went this year. Come listen in on the fun and excitement.
This week the Nada Grande Boys had to scratch and itch. We needed to get a few thing off our chest about some issues the New Mexico Hunting community is having to deal with. Come join us as we talk a little about public meetings and NMDGF rule changes to method and manner. Also check out our website http://nadagrandeoutdoors.com for new content on the subject.
Last week the Nada Grande Boys brought you elk scouting. This week we are taking you along with us as we go scouting for our deer hunt. We drew rifle tags in unit 58 and went on a trip to see what we could find. Come listen in as we talk about it.
This week on the Nada Grande Outdoors podcast, we are talking about scouting. Scouting for elk to be exact. We went into the Colin Neblett wildlife management area on a grouse hunt and looked around for some elk while we were there. Come listen in as we talk about it.
Join us this week on the Nada Grande Outdoors podcast as we discuss #huntitforward. The Nada Grande Boys share some details on our plan to pay it forward with the #huntitforward concept. Visit our website @ http://nadagrandeoutdoors.com for more details. Adios.
Latest episode of Nada Grande Outdoors PodcastMost of us have someone that sparked and fueled the fire that became a love of the outdoors. A Father, an Uncle, an Aunt or they may have not even been related by blood, simply a role model. Mentors come in many forms and affect us in many ways. This week on Episode: 9, "Tribute to Mentors", the Nada Grande Boys are going to honor those who have given us the skills and lessons needed to begin us on a path to being an outdoorsman. We touch on hunting with families, hunting buddies and the importance of each. We included a few good memories and stories that just had to be shared. To Onnie Huffmon and Joe Jackson, the mentors that set the Nada Grande Boys on the path we have travelled, we love you, miss you, and thank you for everything you've done for us. Come listen in and hopefully it will inspire you to pass on your knowledge to someone who needs a mentor.
On this episode of the Nada Grande Outdoors Podcast, the Nada Grande Boys Kyle and Rodney discuss getting your rifle, Down to Zero. That is sighting it in. Now, this is basic stuff. We are not teaching you how to get down to a sub inch group at 200 yards or anything, just a few tips that will hopefully help you get a better group. We hope you enjoy it and we hope it helps. If you do enjoy this, and it does help, then please rate this podcast and leave a comment. Have a question? Please ask. Also, come join us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter and come check out our new website at http://nadagrandeoutdoors.com
We had a lovely time at the NRA Whittington Center outside of Raton, New Mexico. We had the opportunity to sit down with Josh Adams the
Executive Director of the center and took a tour of the museum and the facilities with Robbie Roberts the Curator of Collections. Then we sat down with New Mexico Department of Game and Fish conservation officer Matthew Ordonez to talk about weapon selection for our upcoming hunts.
All about fitness, or the lack there of. In this episode the Nada Grande Boys are talking about the importance of fitness. Is it important? How important? Even more importantly, are you not a true hunter if you're not a workout warrior? Come join us and find out what we think.
Join us as we talk about beginning hunt preparations for our 2018 elk and deer hunts. Scouting and gathering information from maps, google and local intel to help us improve our odds of success. Hopefully some of this information will help you do the same for your hunt.
Bull Elk Coordinates on Google Earth 33°38'25.89"N 105°34'38.23"W
Our state question, Red or Green. As it pertains to hunting we want all green when we are looking at our draw results. What did the Nada Grande Boys get this year? Come listen and find out as we continue our season long podcast.
In this episode, the Nada Grande Boys, discuss applying for hunts in New Mexico. We cover things from strategy and the factors in choosing hunts to the science and data that will help you be more successful in the draw. We are providing our own strategy as well as giving tips and tricks to help you develop your own strategy that will hopefully give you a little more success in the future.