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Join the cast of Primos TRUTH About Hunting as we dive into tips, tricks, and experiences from the woods! This podcast is 100% Fun, and 100% Fair chase! We’ll talk Deer, Turkey, Waterfowl, Elk, predators and everything in between! Just like the TV show, we’ll share it like it is: the hits, the misses, the laughs and the love of the hunt. This ain’t Hollywood! It’s the Truth!

Join the cast of Primos TRUTH About Hunting as we dive into tips, tricks, and experiences from the woods! This podcast is 100% Fun, and 100% Fair chase! We’ll talk Deer, Turkey, Waterfowl, Elk, predators and everything in between! Just like the TV show, we’ll share it like it is: the hits, the misses, the laughs and the love of the hunt. This ain’t Hollywood! It’s the Truth!
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Join the cast of Primos TRUTH About Hunting as we dive into tips, tricks, and experiences from the woods! This podcast is 100% Fun, and 100% Fair chase! We’ll talk Deer, Turkey, Waterfowl, Elk, predators and everything in between! Just like the TV show, we’ll share it like it is: the hits, the misses, the laughs and the love of the hunt. This ain’t Hollywood! It’s the Truth!




Hunter Renfroe

We love the opportunity to bring people on this show that come from all different walks of life. It gives us the chance to get different perspectives and better understandings. Our good friend, Hunter Renfroe, has been playing baseball for the San Diego Padres since 2013, and can tell us from first hand experience what it's like to put the extreme work schedule of an MLB outfielder against a strong love for hunting and time in the outdoors. As always, there are several good stories and...


Big Deer, Small Country

One of the most common requests we get is to cover successfully managing/hunting deer on small tracts of land. Lake and our good friend, Keith Polk dive into this subject head on and discuss first hand experiences, as well as practical and easily applicable things to do to give you a better chance at success when hunting these areas.


Get It In The Ground

So much of how we hunt deer revolves around what they eat. I can speak for the whole Primos team in saying that food plots have drastically changed how we hunt at Cottonmouth, as well as our success rate. This week, Jordan and I go over in great detail, our step-by-step process of planting. We cover everything from, equipment used, spraying, bush-hogging, discing, planting, and fertilizing. There's no stone left unturned, nor seed left unplanted. Enjoy!


Bugle Your Heart Out: Elk Season Wrap Up

This is the most live update podcast episode we have ever done. With one day of elk hunting left for Team Primos, myself and Troy sit down to go over everything that has happened so far during this elk season. We have had plenty of highs as well as plenty of lows, and thankfully walked away with a lot of new things learned. So dive into this conversation with us and learn and laugh as you hear the emotional roller coaster that is bow hunting elk.


The Good Ole Days

We've all heard Will's side of the story of how Primos Hunting got started. Jimmy's side of the story however, has been virtually left untold. Today, we mean to change that. We sat down with Jimmy to get all the details of how Primos Hunting grew into what it is today. From the early days of building calls in a garage, to his first experience hunting with a video camera, this is an episode you don't want to miss.


Kevan Smith

This week on the Podcast we are Joined by Kevan Smith, a passionate outdoorsman and just also happens to play Major League baseball as a catcher for the Angels. I always love to have people from different walks of life on this podcast and hear their story, hear how they got to where they are now and what keeps them motivated. Kevan is great guy that truly loves hunt, and any person like that always makes for a good conversation. We talk bow hunting, the crazy schedule of major league...


Janis Putelis: Sweat Equity Elk Calling

Janis Putelis from the popular series, MeatEater, is no stranger to elk hunting. A number of years spent in elk country during the rut, and his vast experiences on hunting them in different places has given him great incite on how to tackle any hunting scenario from start to finish. Join us this week as we discuss grizzly attacks, old hunting stories, scouting methods, magic elk circles, and working up a sweat from calling elk. This an episode you don't want to miss.


Elk Hunting with Jay Scott

This week we’ll be talking elk with our friend Jay Scott. Jay has been chasing elk in some of the best areas in the country for over 20 years, making him a wealth of knowledge for all things related to elk hunting. We’ll discuss some of his favorite scouting, hunting, and calling techniques that can help anyone have a better chance at success this upcoming season. We'll also hear some fun stories from the past, as well some of the plans for this upcoming September!


Breaking Into September: The New Elk Hunter's Guide to Success

This episode is built for the new elk hunter. For the hunter who is heading out west in September for the first time, the hunter who has gone a few seasons but never gotten the chance to kill one, and even for the hunter has killed an elk or two but is still learning. Get the perspective from two guys who are in the same position as you, but have gotten the opportunity to watch and learn from some of the best elk hunters out there. We go over everything from the gear we take, to our bow set...


Whitetail Prep: Hanging Stands & Setting Cameras

Getting ready for deer season is just as important as the hunt itself. We recently returned from week long scouting trip in Kansas. We break down the steps we take in figuring out new properties, determining stand locations, and setting trail cameras in order to get us ready for the upcoming season. If you are a deer hunter to any degree, this podcast could be very beneficial into learn a few preseason tactics to help you be more successful in the woods.


The Hog Problem

Wild hogs are among the most prolific invasive species in America's history. They cause millions of dollars worth of damage every single year, and the problem doesn't seem to be subsiding. We talking MDWFP nuisance species biologist, Anthony Ballard, to discuss the origins of the problem, as well solutions for controlling them.


The Great Flood of Mississippi

Mississippi is currently enduring the worst flood it has ever seen. We're talking hundreds of thousands of acres under water. There has been significant numbers of wildlife killed. There are still several numbers of wildlife displaced. Peoples' homes and property completely submerged and damaged by the water, and farmers put out of work. It's a disaster. So we are talking with our good friend Carter Mascagni from Habco who has witnessed this first hand, and can tell us what we can do to...


Trapping: A Craft as Old as Time

Trapping has been a tool utilized by humans since before recorded history. Although the motives behind it have drastically changed over the years from bare necessity, to monetary gain through the fur trade, and now a huge factor in wildlife management, trapping is still a necessary skill for every outdoorsman. Our friend Derick Vance has been trapping for over 20 years and was generous enough to sit down with us and teach us some of the ins and outs of his favorite hobby. So if you're...


Korey Cunningham

Arguably one of the most attractive things about outdoor lifestyle is that it draws in people from all walks of life. This week we are joined by our first ever NFL football player. Korey Cunningham of the Arizona Cardinals is a great guy and avid outdoorsman that we loved to have the chance to sit down and talk with. It's always a pleasure to hear stories from folks that weren't afraid to chase after their dreams, and the obstacles they had to overcome along the way. Not to mention the...


Travis Tbone Turner

Travis Tbone Turner is one of the most liked and recognized faces in the hunting community. He's widely known for his humor, overall positivity, and his unmatched love for hunting. We got the chance to sit down with Tbone to hear his story from start to finish, and believe me, it was nothing short of entertaining, encouraging, and down right comical. Check it out!


Bow Fishing, Hog Hunting, and School Bus Sized Grouper

What is there to do for the outdoorsman during the hot summer months? If you find yourself in the state of Florida, you don't have to look very far. Bow fishing, hog hunting, bass fishing, and salt water fishing just scratches the surface of pastimes in great outdoors available to you there. Also discussed is Florida saltwater wildlife conservation concerns, getting whooped by a goliath grouper, being mesmerized by small sea turtles, and shark phobias. It's a fun-filled episode you don't...


The Hunter Chef

The feeling of making a meal out of something you hunted yourself is unlike any other. Our guest this week, Michael Hunter, has built his life around that very feeling. We talk hunting, fishing, wild foraging, hunting in Canada vs hunting in the south, and top it all of with a very interesting story of how Michael had to deal with some problems from animal rights activists.


Muscadine Bloodline

It can be hard to squeeze in time to hunt when you're busy touring all around playing country music. That's exactly what our podcast guests, Charlie and Gary, from Muscadine Bloodline face on a daily basis. This episode is a whirlwind of fun stories from two great guys who love what they do, love the outdoors, and love the opportunity to share their thoughts and passions with us.


Where There's Smoke, There's Fuego: A Story of Redemption

This isn’t just a story for upland hunters, or dog owners. It’s about tragedy, perseverance, motivation and passion. Anthony Ferro joins us this week to talk about his love of the uplands, and the story which has led him across the country hunting birds. He explains the basis of Fetching Feathers, the tragic story about losing his two dogs Gnarli and Radar in a house fire, and how he has persevered from it. Anthony also gives us a run down on his two new dogs, aptly named Smoke and Fuego,...


Sticks and Strings

Archery is one of those topics that you can never stop learning about, and with turkey season coming to a close, it seems like all of our minds immediately shift to bow hunting. That's why we brought in our good friend Tim Gillingham, one of the top 5 archers in the world. In this episode we cover a large spread of topics, including some commonly asked questions that you guys send in, such as choosing an arrow, broad head selection, fixed blade vs mechanical, bow tuning, etc. If you have any...