Today on the show, we’re examining all the variables that factor into the “big buck” equation. Whether you like math or not, I think you’ll enjoy this week’s episode.

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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:

– Where is Dan sleeping tomorrow?

– Wired To Hunt in Outdoor Life magazine

– The recovery of Jawbreaker

– Is there a perfect equation that results in consistently killing “Big Bucks”?

– Classifying a “big buck” based on YOUR standards

– The importance of setting priorities

– How time factors in to the big buck equation

– Location, determining where you should be hunting based on your goals, and acquiring more land

– Hunting pressure factors

– Quality vs quantity of sits

– The importance of effort, acquiring more knowledge and skills, and implementing new tactics

– And much more!

Show Notes, Resources, Links:

– Make sure to leave a comment below if you have any other factors that you’d recommend we consider in the “big buck” equation!

– Check out “The Secret To Killing Big Bucks” article

“Two Minute Reads: Just Do Something” , another article related to our conversation

– Dan wrote a blog post on this same topic, “The Big Buck Equation” on his blog the Nine Finger Chronicles

– More on the recovery of Jawbreaker

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– See more of Dan’s adventures at

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