I’ll be speaking at the SC BHA chapter event 9/23 about whitetail conservation & management. I’m very much looking forward to the opportunity and hopefully will see your there! Public Lands Day Celebration with South Carolina BHA! Looking for a great evening with like-minded folks that share a passion for the outdoors? Join the SouthContinue reading “BHA Pint Night – Charleston, SC”
Whitetails can absolutely thrive on pine farms and natural movement can certainly be patterned. I was honored to record a guest spot for Jacob and Andrew w/ Southern Outdoorsmen Podcast. We covered many, many topics. Check out the interview!
Below are hunting related thoughts to consider as we drift into the 2022 season. These talking points are not common knowledge. I learned them from making mistakes and paying attention to the many land stewards that invited me to hunt over the past 3 decades. This is not to sound preachy. I know some ofContinue reading “An Open Letter to Whitetail Hunters”
It was a very rewarding experience to share my story with Mark Kenyon on Wired to Hunt. Mark is a phenomenal interviewer and I’m humbled to have been asked to record with him. I’m not a pro or formally educated wildlife manager. However, I think my experiences and success through failures will resonate with listeners.
I was a recent guest on Rut Fresh Radio to discuss the current buck activity in South Carolina. Check it out!
Deer decoys aren’t just for the midwest. You don’t have to be around agriculture fields or large, well manicured food plots but they can certainly help! From my experience, knowing your local peak breeding time and where does will be late October & early November are the key factors. I’ve always thought the best decoyContinue reading “Decoy a Buck in the South”
If you have interest in improving wildlife habitat or designing effective hunting setups, please reach out to me. Goals can range from seeing and holding more deer to growing larger headgear. It all depends on your hunt and what you enjoy. It doesn’t simply have to be “growing big giant bucks”. Habitat practices will notContinue reading “Consulting”