Growing up on a ranch in north-central Wyoming, Dan was introduced to archery by guys that would come out and hunt their ranch every year. Cutting his teeth stalking mule deer Dan grew a passion for hunting. After his family sold the ranch, Dan took the mountains and continued his archery hunting journey on public ground. From big bulls to big bucks and even bears Dan is a very well rounded hunter and we talk about what makes a good hunter succeed where others don’t. We cover knowing when to move on and when to be patient and how he learned these lessons the hard way. This is so important at times can be one of the hardest decisions to make as a hunter.
Wyoming Talk & Dan’s Background – 0h 5m 1s
The Growth of Archery, Tech & Information – 0h 19m 45s
When to Hold Em’ & When to Fold Em’- 0h 34m 12s
Peppe Le’ Peu – 0h 41m 49s
Spring Bears – 1h 2m 39s
Wyoming Bear Story – 1h 9m 23s
Today’s Podcast brought to you by On X and goHUNT. Its tag season right now and if you aren’t familiar with that term it basically means now is the time of year hardcore hunters are figuring out our fall plans. Some of us obsess over this kind of stuff, but it’s for good reason. For me, this is the most important time spent. There is nothing worse than spending a week hunting only to hike your face off and only see one or two animals. Yes, hunting is about more than the kill but I will take a hunt where I get to see more wildlife than other hunters any day of the week. This year I probably had one of my best years to date and I attribute that to the planning and preparation done this time of year. I can’t stress it enough if you want to be more successful in having the right tag in your pocket is one of the biggest keys.