Episode 19: New Beginnings

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After losing his hunting property last winter Richie Music works hard to secure a new farm and his hard work pays off with a great October whitetail.  Jennifer DeCroo heads out to the ground blind in Wyoming looking for a shot at her first big game trophy.  We also catch up with Kent Petty down in Missouri as he shows us a great venison CanCooker recipe before harvesting a doe to help fill his freezer.

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  1. I noticed there was another deer behind her……must be carfull not to make a double hit…..

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  2. does,,,,does,,,does,,, I can’t wait for the bucks to finally get moving here in Ontario, Canada..Mock scraps are out but no action yet.

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    • What part of ontario??

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  3. Mitchell Zebro says:

    Hey justin, we should be friends. That’d be pretty neat

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  4. Tyler bostock says:

    I enjoy watching the show and gaining all the knowledge you guys share. Really enjoyed seeing my harvest in the episode! Thanks!

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  5. Martin Sprick says:

    Curious as to why the guys in Illinois would wear hunter orange one day and not the next since gun season is not until 20 November? Is is zone related or private v/s public lands?

    Also, I think the Jack o’ Lantern at the lead in was the best.

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    • Martin – the early youth gun season requires that bowhunters wear orange during that weekend. However a few of our staff members are hunting in bow-only counties which doesn’t require orange as there’s no firearm season. That’s why you see some people with the orange and some without.

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      • Martin Sprick says:

        I checked the IDNR website and totally forgot about the youth season Thanks for the info.

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  6. Brandon Nunez says:

    Justin I know you love those Spitfire broad heads. Which do an awesome damage from what I see from the shows, but mine will just for some reason not open! And it’s bugging me, I’m shooting at 70 pounds with deep six arrows. I shot a turkey with one the other day and got very lucky, because it didn’t open. Thankfully I put it on the money. Is there anyway to loosen them?

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    • Brandon – it’s nearly impossible to shoot something with a Spitfire and not have the blades open. How do you know they aren’t opening? If it’s because when you find the broadhead the blades are closed that’s not a good indicator. They will often close when the arrow stops moving once it passes through the animal. You want to look at the ferrule where the back of the blade stops and comes to rest. If the head has opened on impact there will be small nicks in the ferrule where the blade slammed against it. My guess is that you’ll find those on the broadheads in question.

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      • Brandon says:

        Ok thanks JZ. That’s what happened! And I’d like to say I appreciate you and Todd for starting the web show I had no one to teach me how to bow hunt. But I’ve learned so much from y’alls show and it’s given me a much bigger appreciation for hunting.

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  7. Brandon Nunez says:

    Justin I know you love those Spitfire broad heads. Which do an awesome damage from what I see from the shows, but mine will just for some reason not open! And it’s bugging me, I’m shooting at 70 pounds with deep six arrows. I shot a turkey with one the other day and got very lucky, because it didn’t open. Thankfully I put it on the money. Is there anyway to loosen them?

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