Today on the show we’re joined by Lindsay Thomas Jr, Communications Director for the QDMA, to discuss the lessons he’s learned deer hunting the south. (If you’d like to skip our introductory BS session, skip from 4:30 to ~16:00)
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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:
– Updates on how our #ShedRally went and a report back on my visit to my southern Ohio property
– An introduction to who Lindsay Thomas Jr. is
– Is deer hunting in the south really that different from elsewhere?
– What’s the deal with hunting clubs and leases in the south?
– Some of the unique habitat types found in the south and what those habitats mean for deer hunters
– How to identify where deer are moving in big southern timber areas
– How southern deer react to warm weather
– Insight into the funky southern rut
– How hunting pressure impacts deer in the southern part of the country
– Habitat improvement ideas for southern properties
– The most interesting research coming out of the Southeast Deer Study Group
– What to keep in mind when setting goals and expectations for deer hunting
– And much, much more!
Show notes, resources, links:
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