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Through highlighting the unique relationship between hunters and wildlife, the GameKeepers of Mossy Oak delivers the best wildlife management practices and science based information to help you take your wildlife habitat management skills to the next level. Our wildlife management podcast celebrates the leading wildlife research from experts and conservation groups and breaks it down in how to apply information for the field. With the GameKeepers of Mossy Oak you’ll learn more interesting fa ...
 
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This week we dive into the world of deer meat after eating canned venison with our GameKeeper Butchery guest, Sam Kohler. After trying his canned venison lo-mein dish, we can’t help but share the different ways we handle and prepare wild game. We discuss everything from shot placement and field care, to aging and processing. Sam even shares some wa…
 
This week we learn more about the dreaded tick than we probably wanted to know. Did you know that by the time the tick gets on you, it has been on two other hosts during its development from nymph into a mature tick? Did you know ticks quest? We didn’t either, but learned that while listening to Dr. Steve Demarais of MSU fully explain ticks and how…
 
On this episode, guest Dr. Marcus Lashley AKA @drdisturbence and Director of the UF Deer Lab (@ufdeerlab) joins the gang to discuss the importance of prescribed fire when managing wildlife habitat. Whether its deer, turkeys or quail this fascinating discussion covers many of the questions that people have about burning parts of their property. The …
 
In this unique episode we’re joined by Hank Parker and Toxey Haas to talk fishing, turkey hunting and Gamekeeping. We talk about all that, but we end up learning about life, raising kids, making your own decisions and standing up for what’s important. Hank also shares what he thinks is the most important thing to do to grow big bass in a pond. If t…
 
The 2nd in our series on Bass Ponds, Robby Mays of American Sportfish Hatchery joins us to explain what it takes to make a pond a trophy bass fishery. He explains everything from managing forage fish, to understanding the spawn, using a shock boat and he explains the fascinating concept of a “Female Only” bass pond. If you love all the fishing fun …
 
Weeds can be problematic-- yet with modern herbicides and small powerful sprayers, today’s Gamekeepers can borrow technology from farmers to grow the best food plot crops possible. Farming for wildlife is how we describe it, and Helena’s Keith Baggett explains pre vs post emergence application, grass vs broadleaf, water conditioners, surfactants an…
 
Whether we realize it or not, we are surrounded by invasive plants that weren’t originally here. Expert Greg Wall from Helena explains the most common ones, where they came from, how to control and how they could affect a Gamekeepers property. These discussions can get argumentative as not everyone is one the same page about some invasives that act…
 
This week we start a summer series about managing a fish ponds for maximum fish production. Fisheries Scientist Shan O’Gorman the @aquatic_biologist joins us to discuss helpful strategies that he has learned through trial and error. Managing a pond involves a lot of trust and it can be problematic at times but the resource responds to applied scien…
 
This week we welcome Jeff and David Lindsey of The Lindsey Way. David and Jeff tell the story of their passion for the outdoors, hunting, their faith and living the “GameKeeper” lifestyle. They share land and wildlife management tips involving harvesting does, running game cameras, and even a few tactics on preventing poachers. We also talk food pl…
 
Do you know what to do if you’re bitten by a venomous snake? How would you assist your dog? Hear an unbelievable story of being bitten in the head by a Copperhead! We welcome several helpful guests including Dr. Scott Rush, Associated Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management at Mississippi State University to discuss snakes behavior and tips to…
 
This week we welcome Johnny McRight, a renowned soil scientist and owner of DeltAg, a Mississippi company that helps farmers grow their best crops. Johnny has helped farmers from across the South and Mid-West for the last 45 years answer questions while developing products that improve soil and plant nutrition. If you want your food plots to be all…
 
In late January, the duck hunting community was shocked when the news broke out of Reelfoot Lake that two duck hunters had been killed, and a manhunt for the alleged killer was underway. Rumors ran rampant, especially when the body of the suspect was recovered. Now that the dust has settled, we've learned the truth is different than what rumors led…
 
This week everyone shares their favorite turkey hunting stories, which range from running turkeys down on foot, peppering another hunter, public land shenanigans, hunting with Dad, and much more. If you like a good turkey hunting story we’ve got you covered! Dudley also explains the difference between Whip-poor-will and Chuck-will’s-widow bird call…
 
This week we welcome our good friend Jason Hart of Nomad Outdoor, to discuss the recent completion of the U.S. Slam where he killed a turkey in all 49 states they inhabit. With a Mississippi bird being the final chapter, Jason and Neill Haas brilliantly drop the long beard on our studio’s table, and then share hunting stories from his US turkey sla…
 
On this week’s podcast Toxey Haas and Ronnie “Cuz” Strickland sit down in the Gamekeeper studio and have fun talking about the beginnings of the Mossy Oak brand, the unique company culture and some turkey management techniques. Toxey tells a story about a turkey hunt with legendary comedian Jerry Clower that not many people have ever heard. He also…
 
On this week’s podcast we welcome back our favorite Doctor, Dr. Michael Chamberlain, also known as the “Wild Turkey Doc”. The Doc answers our questions on how he became so passionate about wild turkeys, what has he learned in his research that makes him a better hunter, and talk specifics on predator control. The Doc reveals a question about roost …
 
This week we welcome two obsessed turkey hunters, Chuck Sykes, Director of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries at Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and Mark Womack, owner of Sub 7 TV Production Company to talk turkeys. We find out their opinion on what is the hardest turkey to hunt and drop the question, “what’s the one item in…
 
This week we welcome Heath North from Stratton Seed and BioLogic’s own Austin Delano to talk about the BioLogic Game Changer forage soybeans. Heath & Austin help explain the benefits of planting soybeans for whitetails including why forage beans are different from row crop beans, when to spray (glyphosate tolerant) beans, using M.E.E.N Green to boo…
 
This week Mossy Oak’s own Daniel and Neill Haas sit down “Between the Turkeys” and discuss turkey hunting experiences with their grandfather, Mr. Fox Haas and their dad Toxey. The conversation starts at their first turkeys and covers Mr. Fox's legacy of restoring wild turkeys to Clay County, Mississippi. Later, the interesting details of the origin…
 
On episode 29 of The GameKeeper Podcast we welcome Jared Lewis and Nick Charney from Apex Ammunition. We learn some eye opening facts about modern shotgun loads and we study differences in the new shells. Along the way we ask: What exactly is TSS? How load density effects a shot? What are the best chokes for these new high performance shells? What …
 
On episode 28 of The GameKeeper Podcast we continue to talk turkey with George Mayfield. The discussion turns to his thought process on setting up on a gobbler and many other turkey hunting tips you don’t want to miss. “You might can call up a gobbler but you need to be set up right to get him,” George thoroughly explains. We also discuss using bar…
 
On episode 27 of The GameKeeper Podcast, George Mayfield sits in the new “Between the Turkeys” studio guest chair to help us break down and understand the wild turkey gobble. With over 45 years’ experience in the turkey woods, George explains the clues that he’s picked up on to help him try and determine a turkeys attitude before he sits down to hi…
 
On episode 26 of The GameKeeper Podcast, we tackle the topic of the legendary Mossy Head wild turkey. Are they a distinct species or is it just a unique genetic trait? To help us answer these questions we welcome our own David Hawley, VP of Business Development with Mossy Oak Properties, obsessed turkey hunter and founder of the Wild Turkey Report.…
 
On episode 25 of The Gamekeeper Podcast, Ohio hunter Jason Kline tells a great story of a truly giant whitetail he was chasing for almost three years. The deer had become a local legend since he was often visible feeding in a bean field along a main highway. After a close call with him in the woods, the deer suddenly disappeared in October and Jaso…
 
On episode 24 of The Gamekeeper Podcast we welcome Dr. Michael Chamberlain, Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management at UGA. We discuss the challenges that must be overcome for a long beard to reach adulthood. We also touch on the condition of wild turkey populations with Dr. Chamberlain as he shares his extensive research and knowledge on the …
 
On episode 23 of The Gamekeeper Podcast we welcome Robert Arrington, best known for his entertaining and informative YouTube channel Deer Meat for Dinner. With 2.56M subscribers, Robert educates his subscribers with how to catch, clean and cook wild game. In a laidback podcast conversation, Robert talks about his recent Mississippi deer camp trip w…
 
On episode 22 of The Gamekeeper Podcast we welcome Rafe Nielsen, Director of Marketing and Communications with Browning Firearms and Pat Mundy, Vice President of Marketing with Nosler, to discuss caliber trends and bullets. From the proven 30-06 to the trending 6.5 Creedmoor, we discuss what works best for us and get some insights from two industry…
 
On episode 21 of The Gamekeeper Podcast we’re all about whitetails. We welcome Jeff Lindsey with The Lindsey Way to talk about his strategies on managing and consistently harvesting big whitetails, and put Jeff to the test on the new “So You Think You’re a GameKeeper” quiz segment. We also give our good friend Austin Ashley a call to get the scoop …
 
On episode 20 of The Gamekeeper Podcast, we welcome Jim Crumley, obsessed bowhunter and the inventor of TreBark camo. Mr. Crumley shares the story of why and how he invented the original TreBark pattern, plus a few gamekeeping tips he learned while turning a mismanaged property in mountainous Virginia into a whitetail and turkey hot spot. Later, Bi…
 
On episode 19 of The Gamekeeper Podcast, we’re all about ducks. We welcome Chris Paradise, Mossy Oak’s Senior Vice President of Sales and a rabid waterfowler. Chris brings us the northern duck report from his Ohio hometown in the Great Lakes region. We also welcome Spence Halford of Rolling Thunder Game Calls for the southern duck report from his A…
 
On episode 18 of The Gamekeeper Podcast, we welcome back Dr. Bronson Strickland with the Mississippi State Deer Lab, and discuss the whitetail rut. As always, we learn something new from Bronson as he shares his extensive knowledge and breaks down the stages of this highly anticipated annual event. We also share stories of recent father guided hunt…
 
On episode 17 of the GameKeeper Podcast, the crew discusses hunting with family, public land, and getting ready for duck season. Youth season has kicked off and Dudley explains finding a mysterious hidden cast iron skillet in his gear bag. The guys also discuss the joys and frustrations of public land hunting. There is much more including a “Did Yo…
 
On episode 16 of the GameKeeper Podcast, we welcome Dr. Mike Chamberlain of UGA, a wildlife researcher, professor, and fanatical hunter to the show. Is it possible that red wolves (or even their genes in coyotes), still live in the southern US? Dr. Chamberlain helps answer this question by explaining the history of the red wolf and what efforts wer…
 
On episode 15 of the GameKeeper Podcast, the crew discusses the recent New Mexico public land elk hunt with Lannie Wallace, and our very own Mossy Oak compadre, Jesse Raley. We hear their story of how they traversed the New Mexico landscape, and fill two elk tags with Grahams Guide service. Dudley answers the question: What type of fruit trees and …
 
On episode 14 of the GameKeeper Podcast, the crew discusses whitetails with world class Gamekeeper Glenn Garner, the manager of Foxworthy Farms, and we also get a surprise visit from our favorite Gamekeeper and legendary comedian, Jeff Foxworthy. Glenn and Jeff tell their secrets on creating ideal whitetail habitat and their strategies on harvestin…
 
On this special (13th) episode of the GameKeeper podcast, the crew discusses the upcoming rare Blue Moon and the effects the moon has on wildlife. Although some studies suggest deer movement is not affected by the moon, we discuss our experiences with moon phases. Also in the spirt of Halloween, we tell a few hair-raising deer camp ghost stories th…
 
On this episode of the GameKeeper Podcast, we continue the long tail cat discussion and feature Jason Cook who was attacked by a large cat while turkey hunting in South Florida. It’s a hair raising story hunting story and reminder to us all that nature is wild and we should all maintain a healthy respect for all wildlife. Plus Dudley answers questi…
 
On this episode of the GameKeepers of Mossy Oak Podcast, we take a look on the other side of the fence to try and help poacher proof our properties. We put our feelings aside and welcome the self-proclaimed “prince of poachers” Charles Beaty to the show. Follow along as this convicted poacher from Texas helps us understand the mindset and hopefully…
 
On this episode of the GameKeeper Podcast, we pick apart two unverified southern long tail cat sightings in Alabama and dive into the age old disagreement: Do long tail cats really live in the southeast US and are the sightings legit? First we test two stories between Lannie and CJ Davis, who were together when their mystery cat appeared. We get bo…
 
On this episode of GameKeeper Podcast, we talk with David Lindsey of The Lindsey Way. David tells the amazing story of Mr. Mumbles, the 9 ½ year old Georgia buck that was only seen three times in person and left a long history of sheds on the ground. Mr. Mumbles finally shows himself during an early bow season hunt and the rest is history. David al…
 
On this episode of the GameKeeper Podcast, we welcome our first in-studio guest, the trapper and social media phenomenon David Ellis, famously known as YawtYawt. The Yawt talks; techniques on trapping the big sounders; traps he prefers; the difference between lures and baits, singing to skunks, and giving back to the community. The crew discusses: …
 
On this episode of the GameKeeper Podcast we welcome Dr. Edward Snoddy, Ph.D. also known as Dr. M.E.E.N Green to us. We go deep with Dr. Snoddy on how and why MEEN Green, BioLogic’s foliar fertilizer works and the importance of micronutrients in your food plots. Dudley answers questions on spacing trees, growth rate, and planting grass plugs. The c…
 
On this episode of the GameKeeper Podcast the crew discusses: remembering where we were on 9/11/01; opening day youth dove hunt, the excitement of the hunt that causes the fire, ready, aim reflex; Dove Necropsy – what is it and why it is important to know; Preview of GameKeepers Fall magazine issue on wildlife bridges and rifle silencers; The amazi…
 
Welcome to the latest GameKeeper Podcast. On this episode, Larry Burns of Foxworthy Farms gets us caught up with his banana loving dog Bogey, and how they’re preparing for his first dove season. Also the GameKeeper crew discuss why bucks crave salt and explain why brassica’s (the backbone of BioLogic blends) are one of our favorite selections to pl…
 
Welcome, once again to the Mossy Oak Land Enhancement podcast studio for the latest GameKeeper Podcast. On this episode we wish a very happy Birthday to the original GameKeeper Mr. Fox and welcome a longtime friend and GameKeeper, Mark Drury, known as one of the best whitetail deer managers and food plot experts. Mark explains how the Drury Outdoor…
 
Welcome, once again to the Mossy Oak Land Enhancement podcast studio for the latest GameKeeper Podcast. On this episode we welcome special guest Vandy Collins, better known as the Dove Czar and our very own Clay David, with his extensive knowledge in competition shooting. We cover everything revolving around dove hunting and shooting including; · T…
 
Join us as we discuss the state of the Mississippi deer herd with the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks Deer Program Coordinator, William McKinley. We touch on all things deer; including the 2019 south delta flooding, CWD, the effects hunting has on the economy, and much more. For more on whitetails visit - http://www.gamekee…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the GameKeeper podcast! Today we sit down with Dr. Bronson Strickland of Mississippi State Deer Lab to discuss antler genesis and what we can do to help grow the healthiest deer possible. http://www.gamekeepersclub.com Support the show (https://mossyoakgamekeeper.com/subscribe/)…
 
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