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Big Game Hunger is a weekly comedy show where Jenna Stoeber and friends craft the big next game every episode. Starting with a random genre, concept, and vibe, Jenna and a friend will take a game all the way from pitch, to slightly more developed pitch. By the end of the episode, they’ll have honed an IP so irresistible, you’ll be ready to risk $25 for it on Steam. Get ready to laugh about games you love, learn about game trends, and yearn for titles that will surely never make their release ...
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The Sportsmen’s Empire Western Big Game feed is a collection of outdoor hunting podcasts dedicated to the big game hunter. These podcasts cover hunting strategy, hunting gear, and hunting stories of big game species in North America. Topics include elk hunting, mule deer hunting, antelope hunting, and all things western big game.
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The Big Game Hunting Podcast will teach you to how to prepare for the big game hunting adventures you’ve always dreamed about. Our host, John McAdams, is an experienced sportsman with decades of experience afield who has successfully hunted big game like whitetail deer, mule deer, blacktail deer, pronghorn antelope, black bear, Rocky Mountain elk, feral hogs, javelina, cape buffalo, kudu, wildebeest, and other species of African plains game in over a dozen different states and countries. In ...
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The Big Game

The Big Game

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The Big Game is an in-depth look at the most compelling narratives in sport, from heated rivalries to championship bouts, we analyze the biggest athletic matches of the year.
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Need some easy coaching advice and thoughts? Subscribe and listen to Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter help you and others play big in the world. The show is usually under 10 minutes and helpsyou to reflect on life, the universe and EVERYTHING! ABOUT JEFF ALTMAN, THE BIG GAME HUNTER Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is a coach who worked in recruiting for what seems like one hundred years. He is the head coach for NoBSCoachingAdvice.com. He is the host of “The No BS Coaching Advice Podcast,” a ...
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A wargaming Podcast covering that modern day rarity, The Big Game. No 10 figures a side on a 3ft square table here old chap. All scales, all periods, so long as its BIG. You know what they say ”Go Big or Go Home” We, my friends have gone Big ! Each episode will look at a different aspect of the Big Wargame and do a little bit to bring them back into fashion. Is it a coincidence that Warlord games bring an Epic scale box set out just after this podcast went to air ! I don’t think so, so get o ...
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Big Box PC Game Collectors PodCast

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This is the official PodCast of the Big Box PC Game Collectors group. We are a group who focuses on PC game collecting, and we cover all personal computers including the Apple II, Commodore, TRS-80. We're not limited to vintage PC games; we even cover modern big box PC releases.
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Patrick Gill, a talented video essayiest and bonkers livestreamer, joins the podcast to make a nasty brain game with the prompts: Horrifying, Nobody can discover your recent lottery win, Deckbuilder The resulting brain-reaping game pits your social skills against the people in your small town as you try to keep your terrible secret. Mash up a littl…
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In this week’s episode of The Range Podcast, Ricky and Hollywood talk about the current state of Vapor Trail Archery. There have been a lot of changes within the organization including systems updates and personnel changes to operate more efficiently. Ricky and Hollywood discuss the 3D archery shoots they’ve attended this summer and reveal their ex…
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I have another cartridge comparison for you today where we the 300 Blackout and the 7.62x39mm. These two cartridges are remarkably similar in performance at first glance, but if you dig deeper, you’ll see there are some substantial differences in some other key areas that lurk just below the surface. We’ll explore all of those things in more detail…
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We have a very special episode this week on the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast. Native American Tribes have a rich history with Oklahoma's land and wildlife. Many of the tribes represented today were on the landscape long before statehood, and have a relationship with wildlife that goes far beyond hunting for pleasure and past time. Trenton Kissee is th…
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Today Jason and Josh have a great conversation on the importance independence in a dog. Some on the other side of the spectrum feel there is a point when independence becomes a fault. Same coin, two different sides. The guys get a chance to catch up on the EHS standings, what’s coming up and just talk dogs for a bit. Make sure to check out CaneStre…
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On this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Brad Schwinn of Wild Tech discusses the creation of their product, GameGrip, which is designed to clean game meat by removing dirt, hair, and debris. The adhesive used in GameGrip is FDA-approved and safe for direct food contact. Brad explains that the idea for GameGrip came from personal frustrations an…
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In this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, host Dan Johnson interviews Gregg Farrell from Tactacam about their new camera, Reveal. They discuss the company's history, the current rain situation in Wisconsin, and their personal hunting plans for the year. They then dive into the details of Tactacam's transition from action cameras to trail cameras…
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In this weeks’ Best of No Lowballers episode, Eli Duckworth of Cabot Guns & Alchemy Custom Weaponry talks all about the one and only 1911 and what variations of the platform you can get from both Cabot Guns & Alchemy Custom Weaponry. On today’s best of show with GunBroker: - A Little History of the 1911 - How Some Brands Have Transitioned to Quanti…
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On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman, Dan is joined by Peter Herzog as they discuss how to go on adventures no matter the budget. Peter is a Minnesota native and Montana transplant that has always enjoyed adventures in the outdoors. From a young age he started hunting and fishing but at 17 decided to branch out to uncharted territory. He purc…
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To be successful, many companies and businesses require you to cross-train. Heath and Liberty Canine’s Owner, Randall Lykins have taken a page from that book and are applying it to their canine training. Randall a retired Army Ranger and kennel master now trains bird dogs and companion dogs. The two talk about using other training methods from othe…
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Over the past 5 years, the cellular trail camera market has evolved tremendously. The quality of pictures and video have increased, trigger speeds are faster, and the price of the actual camera and the corresponding data plans have dropped. In today's episode, Jacob shares the his ranking of 9 different cellular trail cameras for 2024, and the pros…
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On this episode of the Hunting Gear Deals Series on The Hunting Gear Podcast, Camron talks with Nate Hicks from Painted Arrow Outdoors. This episode specializes in products to enhance your self-filming opportunities with your cell phone. Painted Arrow has an assortment of magnetic phone mounts for your bow or crossbow. Nate let's us in on a little …
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On this episode of GOHUNT’s Western Rookie Podcast, Brian covers all the gear you need for an awesome archery hunt from the truck to the pack out. This week’s episode covers the next step in planning the perfect western hunt and everyone’s favorite topic – gear! Brian covers all the gear for a successful western hunt for anyone planning a hunt, fro…
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In this episode Steve is joined by bear hunter Wes Woodyard of Narrows, Virginia to roast, if somewhat mildly, their mutual friend, professional trainer and Double U Hunting Supply podcast personality Heath Hyatt. Wes and Steve have known and have made many hunts with Heath over several years. It was on a Freedom Hunter’s Adventure with Heath that …
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In this week’s segment of Shiny Objects, Nigel talks about an Alaska Caribou hunt on the horizon and Ricky continues to prep for his North Dakota Mule Deer hunt this coming fall. Shiny Objects is all about our current obsession. The Shiny Object could be a piece of gear, an upcoming adventure, a good book, or simply finding better ways to get throu…
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If you could go on any hunt in the world, what would it be? When Andrew Kobe asked himself that question, he knew there was only one answer. That question is what led him to some of the most remote country in North America in search of one of the planet's largest mammals, a moose. This week on the Oklahoma Outdoors Podcast, John and Andrew discuss …
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Amy Vorpahl, actress, musician and expert DM, is ready to practice making games with the prompts: Ten-minute, marching band simulator, dating sim Now it's time for the awkward marching band nerds to strip off their pseudo-military uniforms and reveal their thick buff legs. In Pucker Up and Blow, you'll have a chance to romance a variety of either s…
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No Lowballers Podcast Pat Hemingway Adams tells us crazy stories from his great grandfather, Ernest Hemingway and then tells some of his own as he tries to live the legacy of Papa. Pat sits down with us at SHOT show to talk about his heritage, writing, and African hunting stories. On today’s show with GunBroker.com: - Hunting Submarines with a .577…
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On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman, Dan talks with Ben Cole about his passion for waterfowl, turkey and being in God’s creation. Ben was raised in northeast Alabama, where he learned the ways of the woods from his father. He has a wonderful wife, Melissa, who pushes his creativity and shares his big dreams. Currently, he is working to compl…
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It has been awhile since I’ve had someone on the show to talk about a truly wild and crazy hunt. To that end, I have a guest on the podcast today with me with a hair raising tale to share with you. When I first started attending church after I moved to town, people there started asking me what I do. Without exception, every single person I met told…
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We all make mistakes in picking, handling, and training dogs. Sometimes experience goes a long way. Heath has seen dogs being washed because of shyness. He tells us more about the behavior and what to watch for. Hunting young dogs together is another topic discussed in this episode. How does selling a hound affect you? Letting go isn’t easy. Heath …
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The start of deer season openers is getting closer and closer by the day. Are you planning on a cell cam upgrade for this upcoming season? Evaluating cell cam options can be a bit overwhelming...with various trigger speeds, photo range, photo quality, etc. In today's episode, Jacob shares some of what he learned when he began examining 9 different …
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Corey Gruver is back and he and Steve have the porch rockers humming like the treadle wheel on Grandma’s sewing machine as they talk about a wide assortment of topics this week. Hot weather is abundant and so are summertime tales in this episode. Recent exploits of the boys Plott dogs as well as the announcement of the upcoming nuptials of Corey’s …
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On this episode of the Hunting Gear Deals Series on The Hunting Gear Podcast, Camron talks with Justin Beshears from Palmetto State Armory. We learn how Palmetto State Armory grew into becoming such a large gun manufacturer in the United States, starting by selling ammunition from the garage to having retail stores in multiple states and one of the…
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On this episode of GOHUNT’s Western Rookie Podcast, Brian does a deep dive into the most important part of a successful fall – E-Scouting! This week’s episode is perfect for anyone planning a western hunt this fall! Whether you are brand new to planning a hunt and looking for where to begin, or a seasoned veteran just looking for a couple new trick…
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In this week’s episode of The Range Podcast, Ricky chats with Nigel Fox, an avid bowhunter who spends much of his time hunting the wilds of Alaska. Nigel tells the story of his success on last year's Mountian Goat hunt. Then the guys talk about the struggles accompanying a bowhunt and what keeps us coming back. The Range Podcast can be found on all…
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Professor Ashley, twitch stream and a literal real professor, challenges Jenna's base concepts about fun, flirting, and composting with the prompts: extremely literal composting weeklong LARP Together they make an education workshop with structured workshops on composting and a farmer-romancing meta game. But it is NOT a cult. For legal reasons, I …
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In this episode of the Nine Finger Chronicles, host Dan interviews Chris B, an experienced archer and bowhunter. Chris shares his background in hunting and archery, starting from a young age with his father. He discusses his journey into competitive archery and the mental and physical aspects of the sport. Chris also talks about the characteristics…
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Its that time of year again where the gang meet up in our terrace bin yard to chew the fat on the hobby in general. Today I'm joined by regular guests Alex Sotheran from Storm of Steel and Iain McDonald from Flags of War, we have a quick catch up whilst Alex saves up the money for his internet connection before he tells us how he became the "face" …
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On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman, Dan is joined by hunting guide and the host of The Get Muddy Podcast Jonny Zellner to talk all things waterfowl. Jonny shares all about the excitement that comes from hunting a variety of migratory birds in Texas. Although he started hunting ducks by sitting on a white bucket at the edge of a pond his pas…
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This episode releases on the 4th of July, so I thought it was fitting to not only do a cartridge comparison, but focus on two cartridges that have played prominent roles in US military conflicts over the past half century: the 223 Remington and 5.56 NATO on one side vs the 7.62x39mm on the other. The 5.56 vs 7.62x39mm debate kicked off right after …
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For hunters, our passion for the outdoors has led to more life-long relationships than many can count. Eighteen years ago a red Toyota pulled up and joined Heath and a good friend on a morning hunt. Today Heath and Ben talk about that day and the many following hunts. The start of a life-long friendship between Ben Gadway and Heath started that day…
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In this conversation, Dan Johnson and Jacob Coons discuss the challenges and logistics of hunting, particularly when it comes to planning and preparation. They talk about the importance of aligning objectives and expectations when hunting with others, as well as the need for thorough planning and research. They also touch on the significance of und…
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On this episode of the Hunting Gear Deals Series on The Hunting Gear Podcast, Camron reconnects with Tony Smotherman from CVA to discuss the CVA Cascade line of bolt action rifles. CVA is known for high-quality muzzleloaders and they've taken their manufacturing processes to the centerfire rifle market with great success. Tony discusses the release…
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The podcast moves this week down Texas way, to the northeast Ark-La-Tex region for a visit with longtime coon hunter and Bluetick enthusiast Dexters Whatley. Dex has been on the podcast a couple of times in our on-the-spot interviews at major coonhound events the likes of Autumn Oaks and the UKC Winter Classic. Co-host Corey Gruver and Steve have b…
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In today's episode, Jacob continues the discussion on braodheads by discussing some of what he likes and doesn't like with the composition of today's broadheads. Some of the more popular broadheads from companies like Iron Will, Cutthroat, Valkyrie, VPA are made with a grade of Tool Steel. How do those compare to broadheads from Slick Trck, NAP and…
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On this episode of GOHUNT’s Western Rookie Podcast, Brian has Nathan Endicott on the podcast to talk all about giant Blacktail Deer and Roosevelt Elk! Nathan is an avid bowhunter for Oregon and loves sneaking up on Blacktail deer with his bow each fall! On this week’s episode Nathan shares some of the tactics and stories from his recent hunts and s…
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On this episode of Michigan Wild, Nate sits down with Jake Vogel for part 1 of coon hunting. They recorded this episode before their coon hunt. Nate and Jake connected 5 years ago rabbit hunting, and that's the year Jake got his first coon dog. Now Jake is a serious houndsman and has multiple hunting dogs and has his fair share of experience chasin…
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In this week’s episode of The Range Podcast, Ricky gives a run down of his recent trip to Terry Peak, in the Black Hills of South Dakota for the Total Archery Challenge. For more information about the Total Archery Challenge check out their website at www.totalarcherychallenge.com and on Instagram @totalarcherychallenge The Range Podcast can be fou…
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Don’t poke the bear, or in this case the bear spray! Jason and Heath have a good laugh at Buddy’s expense as he tells his story of an accidental discharge that resulted in being escorted home by the game warden. The guys also talk a little about Heath and Buddy’s trip to Canada on a mission for bears. Buddy also answers some questions about the new…
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In this episode of the Hunting Gear Podcast, Dan Johnson and Jeremy Dinsmore discuss their experiences and preferences when it comes to hunting apps and digital mapping services. They talk about the importance of detailed maps, high-resolution imagery, and the ability to view different dates and seasons. They also discuss the value of journaling fe…
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Check out this week's episode of Free Castin hosted by Chris Watson. Dan and Chris get down to the nitty gritty details and updates on the mission to save lion hunting in Colorado. Dan is a great advocate for hounds and we would like to tip our hat. Thank you for all your doing Dan! We would like to thank those who support this podcast. Special tha…
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Roy Hill of Swanson Russell stops by to discuss with us the most glorious day, Independence Day! We’re dropping this episode early so that everyone can be ready to celebrate all things America next week! On Today's show with GunBroker.com: • Checking Your Ancestry Back Throughout History • Flintlocks, and How New Technology Has Changed Them • A Rep…
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On this episode of The Nomadic Outdoorsman, Dan is joined by his 2024 moose hunting crew to talk all about they’re upcoming trip to Alaska. Dan has been dreaming of chasing moose in the backcountry of Alaska for as long as he can remember. This September he will be joined by a handful of guys who are all hoping to get a big bull on the ground. For …
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Time to talk some Canada bear hunting and some other cool stuff along the way. You're not going to want to miss this one! On a road trip to the Canadian Northwoods for Heath’s first spring bear hunt with his pack of hounds, Wayeshkad guides Nick and Sarah are the hosts. The three give a detailed replay of several hunts throughout the week and discu…
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Ryan Hoover of Handgun Hunters International is on the show with us today to talk about hunting with a handgun. We discuss one of his more memorable handgun hunts, reasons why people enjoy hunting with a handgun, why handgun hunting is more challenging than hunting with a rifle in some ways, popular handgun models for hunters, and of course, practi…
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Caden Riley is an extraordinary young man. At nineteen years of age, the Georgia coon hunter has reached levels of vision for, and an understanding of, our sport usually attained by individuals well beyond his years. In a word, Caden is a young hunter who cares. Caden Riley is an extraordinary young man. At nineteen years of age, the Georgia coon h…
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Every year a new batch of broadheads hit the market and for whatever reason, it excites us as we imagine how much more efficient and effective a new broadhead could be when compared to our current broadhead set up. Expandable or mechanical broadheads are especially interesting as there are new ways in which these heads deploy a variety of blades. I…
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