By Mark Kenyon

It’s a big day here at Wired To Hunt, as I’m excited to share with you the launch of our entirely new podcast – Whitetail Q&A!

When I launched The Wired To Hunt Podcast last year, I had no idea how well it would be received, but your support has been so incredible that our show has now been downloaded nearly a half million times and is the top rated deer hunting podcast in the world! Thank you all so much for making that happen!

That said, it’s been clear over recent months that you guys and gals want more, so after listening to lots of audience feedback, I came up with the idea for the Whitetail Q&A podcast.

So here’s the scoop on Whitetail Q&A …

This new podcast will be launched twice a week, in addition to our usual once a week episode of The Wired To Hunt Podcast. That means you’ll get three new podcasts each week from the Wired To Hunt team! That said, Whitetail Q&A is very different from our regular show. QA is going to be short and sweet. On each episode we’ll be featuring a single listener submitted question and then we’ll answer that question – and that’s it. Each episode will likely be between 8-15 minutes long. Also, while I’ll be answering most of your questions, on some episodes I’ll also be bringing on some of my friends from the hunting industry to offer their insights too.

What’s especially cool though is that you – the listener – can actually be on the show too! The listener submitted questions I mentioned earlier will be actual audio recordings from you, that I’ll be featuring on the air.

How To Submit Your Question

So, if you’d like to submit a question to be featured on the Whitetail Q&A podcast, here’s what you need to do. Simply go to WiredToHunt.com/WhitetailQA, prepare a question, scroll down and then click the “Start Recording” button on the “Speakpipe” app that you’ll see near the bottom. You can then use your computer or phone mic (or an external mic, if you have one) to record your question. Next, you’ll click send, and that audio file will be sent to us like a voicemail. Once we get those voicemails we’ll be able to review your questions and begin answering as many of them as possible on the podcast!

I Need Your Help

Since this is our first week, we’re going to get a little crazy and launch three brand new episodes – and maybe even four, if you can convince me. And in these initial episodes we’ve got some great guests joining me to kick off Whitetail Q&A on the right foot. That said, to get Whitetail Q&A launched properly, I’m going to need your help this week by doing three things.

1. Please spread the word about Whitetail Q&A by sharing our new episodes on Facebook, Twitter, email, etc.

2. Once you get a feel for the show, please subscribe to the podcast and leave us a rating/review on iTunes. Your reviews make all the difference when it comes to our podcast being able to show up on iTunes or not, so please help us make that happen. Thank you so much in advance!

3. Please submit a question! (see above)

That all said, thanks again for all your support, it has meant the world, and I really truly hope that this new show can help you become a more informed and successful hunter.

Click here to check out the first episode of Whitetail Q&A and then here for episode #2.