35 Burst results for "Scouting"

Cenk Uygur: Republicans Constantly Think About Pedofilia

The Dan Bongino Show

01:12 min | 2 d ago

Cenk Uygur: Republicans Constantly Think About Pedofilia

"Out So if there was ever a better example of the left accusing you of what they're doing I mean this is just direct Jim This is direct The left is obsessed with drag queen story hour right Sexualizing kids teaching kids about toys and all this other stuff right Teaching kids how to do kids already that's why their kids right We're the ones objecting to that Here's keg having a total meltdown Insisting yes it's the Republicans who want a sexualized kids It's a classic Check this out And the right way is like yes I love how they molest a little kids like that Go get them boy scouts go get them priests Please vote for our molesters in our pedophiles Republicans say Republicans are guilty okay And I'll tell you right now the number one reason that constantly talk about pedophilia is because it's going through their heads Nonstop they're thinking about kids I guarantee it The reason temple wears a beanie is because he's trying to contain the pedophilia that's in his head That's why he's always talking about it He's seeing it everywhere Why Because he's projecting

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Home for the holidays: Rockefeller tree arrives in NYC

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Home for the holidays: Rockefeller tree arrives in NYC

"The Rockefeller center Christmas tree is up in New York City ushering in the holiday season but not yet lit up Spectators oh and all on the Plaza at Rockefeller center as the 82 foot tall 50 foot wide tree went up Saturday It comes from Neil liber wits queensbury New York property From what I can see it certainly made it down here very intact And I think it's going to look great once it's tough The Norway spruce was there for about 90 years The family donated it after the Rockefeller center Gardner scouted it The thought never crossed our mind that there was any interest in this tree I mean it was just there And now it's here and we'll be decorated with 50,000 multi colored lights and lit up on November 30th Julie Walker New York

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Michigan jury gets case against 3 men tied to Whitmer plot

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Michigan jury gets case against 3 men tied to Whitmer plot

"Jurors have begun deliberations in a third trial connected to a plot to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer It's a spinoff of the main case resulting in four convictions in federal court prosecutors acknowledged Joe Morrison Pete musico and Paul bellar were not deeply involved in the fall of 2020 when anti government extremists upset at COVID restrictions trained and scouted governor Gretchen Whitmer's vacation home The three men are accused of providing assistance earlier that summer especially in June when a leader of the plot drilled with their paramilitary group the prosecutor told jurors once you commit a crime you can't undo it Defense lawyers say the men were on the sidelines the case could come up in the governor's debate tonight between the Democrat Whitmer and her Republican challenger Tudor Dixon I'm Julie Walker

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Who Most Inspired Pastor John Amanchukwu?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Who Most Inspired Pastor John Amanchukwu?

"Of the questions I love the most. Because sometimes it's strange answers. It's not the father. It's the grandfather. It's the coach. It's somebody from boy scouts. Who was most influential for you. In your understanding, what you said about St. Paul's epistle. That transition from boyhood to manhood, who was a role model who was a person who you said, yeah, that's what I want to be. I would have to say it's my father in law, bishop Patrick lane, wooden senior. I met him at the age of 19 and while playing football at North Carolina state university. I would get to church on Sunday mornings by 5 30 a.m., I would meet him there, help him carry his briefcase and support him. There was nothing too big, nothing too small. And I believe that true manhood comes through servants. Servitude, you learn to bring yourself down. You learn to be humble. You learn humility. Every man needs someone that can yank his chain. And every man needs someone in their life who's going to tell them the truth or part of whether they want to hear it or not. You are left in a bad place if you're in a situation where no one can correct you. If someone goes toe to toe with you, you view it as them challenging your authority. No, we all need someone in our life. Who's going to be honest with us beyond our spouses, right? Because sometimes we don't even want to listen to them. So we need another man, you know? Who's accomplished more than us? Who have been places that we would never get to to tell us and to look us in our eyes and say, you know what? You got that wrong.

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Col. David Giammona: Biden Signals People Shouldn't Join the Military

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:07 min | 2 months ago

Col. David Giammona: Biden Signals People Shouldn't Join the Military

"A good many young men especially and you know the type, these are kids who went up through the Boy Scouts, you know, they're just, they're guiding country. They're taking a look at what the military looks like right now. They're going to say, you know what, I don't really, you know what, have at it, but that's not for me. No, and that's exactly right. The fact is, the parents of those kids also are telling their children, hey, don't join the military. This is the way they treat you. How's your reason why that when we are on the battlefield, we don't leave any soldiers behind on the battlefield because number one, we know the whole world is watching. We care for ourselves as a course, and we want to take care of them. And if you leave a soldier on a battlefield, dying is wounded, you know, that sends a message back to everybody else, don't join the military. What we're sending to save message, bad optics against Biden administration. They don't seem to get it. I understand it. And for our military leaders to say, hey, if inflation is bad, then get boots down. You know, I'm all for helping our soldiers, but there's better options out there.

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Judge approves $2.46 billion Boy Scouts reorganization plan

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Judge approves $2.46 billion Boy Scouts reorganization plan

"I Mike Gracia reporting a judge approves a boy scouts reorganization plan A bankruptcy judge has approved a proposed $2.46 billion reorganization plan for the Boy Scouts of America The approval is seen as a key step toward allowing BSA to move forward while compensating tens of thousands of men who allege they were sexually abused as children while involved in scouting The ruling came from judge Laurie Sauber Silverstein in Delaware The Boy Scouts of America sought bankruptcy protection more than two years ago under mounting lawsuits alleging child sexual abuse by scout leaders and volunteers More than 80,000 men have filed claims In a statement lawyers for some of the victims said funds for the settlement would come from boy scouts of America local councils insurers and organizations that have chartered scouting troops and activities I'm Mike Gracia

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The Truth Behind 'Innocent' Breonna Taylor's Death

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:19 min | 3 months ago

The Truth Behind 'Innocent' Breonna Taylor's Death

"With Breonna Taylor, a lot more of the same shit. She was a wild girl, who got mixed up with wild guys because she liked walking on the wild side. Everybody in the media pretended she was a girl scout bullshit. Unless she's one of the girl scouts or thousands of dollars in drug profits at her house, happens to be the registered owner of a car that was used in getaways and drug deals and also allowed her place that she lived in to be a stash house for drugs or last two boyfriends were dealing. And lastly, when the cops identified themselves at her door, they only opened fire because her boyfriend opened fire through the door first. And finally, don't believe when you read a mainstream media report that she was sleeping in bed when the bullet ripped through her head. Now, she was in the hallway with her drug dealing man. That's why when cops hauled his ass to jail, he still had her brain matter on his shirt and his head. Read the police reports, if you don't believe me, they're a little lengthy, also has a ton of phone recordings that were phone calls that were recorded in jail. And a lot is uncovered there. Right in those cells from the horse's mouths. It's all in the details, people.

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AM Grestness: For the Rule of Law to Reign, The FBI Must Be Destroyed

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | 3 months ago

AM Grestness: For the Rule of Law to Reign, The FBI Must Be Destroyed

"Hat tip to a.m. greatness. They always have great columns there. I love reading Julie Kelly there as much as possible on the J 6 protesters that political prisoners in other words. All right, just real quick. This guy, a guy by the name of Kyle scheidler. He says the FBI can not be saved. He was part of the organization. This guy is speaking from experience. So let me just quickly give you some of the bona fides if you'll just bear with me for a second. All right, his bona fides. He says we're on the time he was 7 years old. Until the age of 20, he was in love with the FBI. In second grade while other kids wanted to be firemen and wanted to he wanted to be a special agent and he said he could have told you what one was, what they did and what the requirements were to become one at the age of 7 guys in the early 90s. He said his favorite show was FBI, the untold stories. He said if he wasn't at home from cup sky from cup scouts in time for it to air, there was a tantrum that he would throw. He said he even did a book report on Jay Edgar Hoover on the J. Edgar Hoover biography in middle school. He talks about the Holy Land foundation. He says, his zeal had mellowed as he grew older, but never entirely disappeared as I began my career looking at counter terrorism policy. I'm meticulously studied the FBI's extensive investigation of the Holy Land foundation. That's the largest Islamic charity in the United States of America. And that was which was successfully convicted of financing the terror group Hamas.

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Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Caught a Taping of Eric's New Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Caught a Taping of Eric's New Show

"I'm talking to the two gentlemen behind lure TV. Dot TV, Jason Farley, Marcus Pittman. Now, what brings you to New York City or can you say, I don't even know if you guys know. I just wanted to see your show. Oh, you mean you want to see the show that I taped glassed yesterday? We didn't think that we were going to be invited on the radio. We just wanted to go see your show. Oh, so you're like talent scouts looking for weird entertainment. Exactly. Yeah, last night. Okay, well, yesterday we taped the fourth show. I think we're going to get 5 shows out of it. But we had George Hamilton was my guest. And it's weird as good as the show was yesterday. The audience on Friday, we had Danny Bonaduce as my guest. It was insane. Like the energy was insane. But it has been so tremendous. And I, you know, I don't know who's going to be in the audience. So now I'm glad I didn't know you're in the audience. Because you're genuinely creative people. And I don't want them in my audience. I want safe people in my audience. But so you were there. Yeah, you saw that to some extent I bring the crazy. It's a different kind of crazy. It's not bears killing each other, but it's something, I don't know.

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Jury selection begins in 2nd trial in Whitmer kidnap plot

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Jury selection begins in 2nd trial in Whitmer kidnap plot

"Jury selection is underway in the second trial of two men charged with conspiring to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer Prosecutors are putting Adam Fox and Barry Croft junior on trial again after a jury in April couldn't reach a verdict Two co defendants were acquitted two more pleaded guilty earlier and will testify against them The government says that 2020 plot to kidnap the democratic governor was over their disgust with COVID restrictions and that the men went through training including scouting her home defense attorneys plan to hammer away at the credibility of undercover FBI agents and informants They say Fox and Croft were victims of entrapment I'm Julie Walker

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Sharks hire Mike Grier as NHL's first Black GM

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Sharks hire Mike Grier as NHL's first Black GM

"My Greer is the shark's new general manager the first black man to hold that position for a National Hockey League team Greer played more than 1000 NHL games over 14 seasons including three with the sharks He retired in 2011 and has since spent time as a scout in Chicago and assistant coach in New Jersey and hockey operations adviser for the New York rangers where he held many of the responsibilities of an assistant general manager He takes over a rebuilding San Jose team just two days before the NHL draft with his team holding the 11th pick in four days after the dismissal of the shark's head coach and three assistants I'm Ben Thomas

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"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"Around holidays and sometimes just maybe you can get a day off here or there to go out and just get into the field and start thinking about building out that hunt plan of, okay, here's some glass advantages. Here's an area that has that water, that good feed where I can find the animals. Then I start to look at, okay, where are some places that these animals might be later on in the season? And go and checking out the spots, looking at the access points, looking at those glassing spots. How am I going to be able to realistically hunt this and get a really good picture? So when if you've only got a few days to a week or whatever you've got during the season, okay, I've spent some time in the unit already. I can get into there. I can start hunting and I can start building out the things that I learned using those things that I learned during the summer while I'm actually in the field. A couple other things to think about when your summer scouting, if you've got like a real late season tag and you've got a little bit of time in the summer to go check out the area. Look for other signs of where animals might be later. Look for if it's a mule deer hunt. I've got a mule deer, hunt. And I can only scout during a summer. I'm looking for that old sign. Those rubs that indicate, okay, this is an area where they read. I'm actually even looking for places of pockets, maybe where I find a lot of shed antlers if it's a migration area. I found a lot of secret spots, I would say, just by the signs of where animals have been in the past during the summer. And then thinking about it, okay, let's fast forward, what are they doing if it's a migration hunt? What are they doing? Well, they're trying to survive the winter and if it's surviving the winter, they might be dropping their antlers in that area. And so I find these pockets in the summer where there's antlers or if I find some good, if I'm scouting for Elk and I find some good lodge poles, they're just tore up all over. Okay, bulls use this area during the rut. There's no bulls here right now, but I believe that they will be. And I can then start to build out that hunt plan for when the season rolls around..

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"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

05:17 min | 5 months ago

"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"Bit more vulnerable. They're starting to grow out and kind of gives you a good look of, okay, what kind of animals are in my area. So when the season rolls around, I already have this map built out in my head of what to expect. Another thing is for just understanding the area you're going to. There's one area that I'm going to scout this summer. That I haven't been in my primary goal for scouting it is just to kind of get a lay of the land and understand where to even what it looks like getting in there, where I'm going to start. And if that area is somewhere that I'm really going to want to invest a lot of time, just kind of getting it a preview. Getting just that basic lay of the land, I'm actually one spot that I've got a tag. I'm driving past to get to another place. So I'm probably not going to spend a lot of time there because I feel like, okay, I've got the tag and I know kind of where I'm going to hunt, but like the logistic portion of it. Okay, am I going to be able to find a good camps? Where am I going to want to camp? I've got some other people meeting me there. So it's like, all right, I don't want to be set up. I want to be ready. And I kind of want to have a picture of where I'm going to go and how I'm going to hunt it. If I don't see animals in the place that I'm planning on hunting, I'm not going to write it off. But I am just going to get a good lay of the land and understand the access points. What it looks like, even though I can do that on my computer E scouting, it really is going to help me verify, yes, this is a good glass advantage that I can see a lot of good stuff..

"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

04:43 min | 5 months ago

"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"And they're easier to locate and pattern in the summer months in my opinion. Now, antelope, what's something that antelope needs, they are necessarily growing their horns or their antler like horns that time of year, because antelope pronghorns do shit every year and regrow. But they're already fully pretty much fully developed. This summer scouting time. But what are focusing on is water sources? Because as summer drags on, water becomes extremely important. Now, for me, I mentioned two things that water and food, right? And for all animals, we have to have the three main things to build habitat, food, water, and shelter of some kind. All the building blocks for having somewhere to live. Because if they don't have that good habitat, that prime habitat, then they just aren't going to be there. So having that prime habitat is key. Now for me, when it comes to summer scouting, I actually, I find it interesting because I just pulled up my maps and I'm scouting, I guess I can break down the areas that I'm scouting. So for me, this year, I'm scouting. My wife hasn't Pronghorn antelope tag. It's an archery tag. So it's going to start at the beginning of August, so that summer scouting is going to roll right into the season. Now, I also have an Elk tag like just a general area Elk tag and another state that I've never hunted the particular area. So that will be in September, the season will be in September, but I'm going to do my scouting this summer. And then I've got a mule deer tag in a similar type situation where it's a general area and I've never been there. So what I'm looking at for each one of those is a little bit different, but as I pull out my maps, I start to hone in the first thing I'm looking for for me in particular is I'm narrowing down to those water sources. So for the Pronghorn I'm nearing ten of those wires because they'll probably be a place that we end up hunting. We're going to sit water and try to find the best buck we can. I've put out some shell cameras already. I'm going to go collect those trail cameras prior to the season. And then we're going to kind of decide and build a game plan off of that. So that's going to be the way that I'm starting that search and scouting for the Pronghorn. But for the Elk I'm probably doing the same thing as well. I'm pinpointing maybe some isolated wallows and other water holes in place where maybe I can use trail cameras. And then I'm also just looking at, okay, where is the water? Because in the summer months, if you don't have the water, you don't have the animals. The days are hot and they need that water source. Gather bulking up, but you also have to have that water. So I actually start with the water source because there's more rare. A lot of places. I mean, even in the Alpine in areas where it seems to be creaks everywhere, actually having water that's running. Can be a lot more rare. I had a general kind of deer hunt when I was probably two years ago now. And I'd pinpointed all these great spots in the summer in this Alpine area, just springs and creeks and all that. And when I got in there, the water was dry up high. And because of it, the animals really weren't, there was a couple of water sources down in the kings. And those deer do not mind dropping down and dropping a lot of elevation..

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The Boy Scouts of America Is Overrun With Pedophiles

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:42 min | 5 months ago

The Boy Scouts of America Is Overrun With Pedophiles

"The Boy Scouts of America are covering up rampant pedophilia within their ranks with 350 350 previously unknown adult scoutmasters or members identified as alleged abusers according to a lawsuit against the scouts. A lawsuit was filed that accuses the Boy Scouts in America of facilitating a continuing and serious conspiracy to conceal and cover up sexual assaults against children within their organization. Lawsuit was filed by a group of attorneys called abused in scouting and the group formed in February to investigate abuse in the BSA. Boyce counts America. The attorneys investigation discovered and identified 350 alleged abuses after hundreds of former scout members reportedly revealed their previously unreported sexual abuse claims. So it's apparent that the boy scout defendants continue to hide the true nature of their cover up. And the extent of the pedophilia epidemic within their organizations because the vast majority of these victims coming forward involve claims of abuse at the hands of pedophiles who are not yet identified by the Boy Scouts of America. There's nearly 800 clients who say they were abused by adult leaders in the Boy Scouts. The abused and scouting lawyers said, and he added that the alleged abusers are not known to law enforcement or in the BSA's internal database, sometimes referred to as the perversion files. Is it a great to have a file name perversion? What could go wrong? And you want your kids in there? You're ready, you goddamn

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Pride parades march on with new urgency across US

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Pride parades march on with new urgency across US

"Pride parades took place around the country Sunday amid new fears about the erosion of freedoms one through decades of activism In New York City pride organizers moved Planned Parenthood and the girl scouts to the front of their march after the Supreme Court overturned roe co organizer Sue doster Women's rights are LGBTQ rights Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson says this is the future of the fight We have an opportunity right now to build an entirely new multi generational multi inclusive multi ethnic multiracial beautiful moment around freedom that I think is going to be the future actor and activist Cynthia Nixon also marched They came for abortion today They're coming for same sex marriage and contraception tomorrow I'm Julie Walker at the New York City pride march

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Are We on the Cusp of a Conservative Revival?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:09 min | 6 months ago

Are We on the Cusp of a Conservative Revival?

"What I do know, though, is that we shouldn't allow evil to spread just because we think Jesus is coming next Thursday, right? That's not the right, that's not the right, but anyway, I think that there's a conservative revival that we're on the cusp of where people don't just have a yearning for nostalgia, but they realize that if you allow what I call the locusts, which is the left, they will destroy everything that is good true and beautiful. Can you name one thing these people have captured and do not destroy? They've destroyed everything that they get control of. They've destroyed the Boy Scouts, which is a completely and totally obliterated. They destroyed classical music, Hollywood, professional sports, American politics, our tech companies. And it's because inherent they don't actually build new things, nor are they concerned with preserving good things, they just care about taking them over for their own very, very specific radical ideology. So the opportunity ahead of us is, wow, most people really want what they once had. That is a kind of a premonition, is a canary in the coal mine that people want to go back to the very roots. Well, the roots that built everything that built our country, which of course is the Bible and the Christian

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Are White People Discriminated Against Today? Briahna Gray Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 6 months ago

Are White People Discriminated Against Today? Briahna Gray Explains

"Are being discriminated against today? I mean, look, I'm an old head about some of this stuff. The kids, the kids are taking us in a different direction. I think a lot of the kids today, they don't believe in that sort of thing. They believe in they don't believe in sex only education, sex segregated education. My mother went to a girls school, Jane Adams and Cleveland, Ohio, and she said that was a really good experience for her, but there's research that says it's confidence building for girls to be not competing with boys in their math class. Totally agree with sexual education. You know, a lot of people were frustrated about the integration of boy scouts, et cetera, et cetera. I was. And there's another school of thought that says, you know, if the problem fundamentally is that girls aren't able to have space in the classroom, can we get, can we address that as root instead of having to perpetuate segregation? Sex segregation in this case, in order to do it. And I'm not a sociologist that I can't say what the best way to do it. What I will say is this. I think there is a difference intent matters. And I think that historically, the reason for having race segregated housing, having a black dorm, for instance, which by the way, even though they're often black, like houses and stuff, there were also integrated all black people. Or the international. I'll give you a couple other examples, but I'll let you finish your point. So the point was that in when you're a super minority in a space, it's nice to have some place to go or you're not watching your peas and cues where you can feel like you have a sense of community the same way that international students might have a house. And maybe maybe we are past that, maybe we don't need that anymore. HBCUs now or some like 30, 40% non black, you know, they're very diverse now. So I don't know. I'm not to say that that whether or not that is necessary today. But I will say there's a difference. And I think you'd agree in saying, I want to have a space to be away from racism versus I want to keep you out of my institution because I think you're racially inferior. I think they're sinister

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"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

04:45 min | 6 months ago

"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"By mountain tough and Yeti. I partnered with mountain tough because a lot of the tactics and hunt styles I talk about in this podcast require you to be in the best physical shape you can. Their app is designed for hunters to get you ready for the backcountry or any hunt you have planned this fall. Yet he's been a longtime supporter of mine and they make some of the toughest products out there that are built to last and they're built for the wild. Welcome.

10 killed in attack at Buffalo supermarket

AP News Radio

00:02 sec | 6 months ago

10 killed in attack at Buffalo supermarket

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Caller Shares His Story From Waukesha Christmas Parade Tragedy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | 6 months ago

Caller Shares His Story From Waukesha Christmas Parade Tragedy

"Tell me what you think about the difference between buffalo, you experienced it. I'm sure you being part of that awful day. I'm sure it will be, you'll carry that with you forever. Give me your perspective as somebody who was a part of that awful awful evil act in walker Shaw Wisconsin. Well, I mean, it was just utter chaos and disbelief. And it's a very, very conservative community. And there has been not one writing one anything on radio about this was a devout Democrat that wanted to kill white people. Not one thing like that. In fact, the only thing that happened from The White House was a comment from the press secretary, giving us condolences for our losses. I was literally a foot and a half away from the police officer that was shooting at this vehicle. I was with a girl's girl scout troop that was marking in the freight. Fortunately, we were at the very beginning of the parade. And we were veering off to get off the parade route when the vehicle ended his debacle crap. It was ridiculous. But it was just unbelievable. And ironically, I have been summoned to appear as a juror for his trial coming up in October. Say that again, you were what? I was summoned to be on the jury for his trial coming up in October. So are you going to be on the jury? Well, I had to fill out a 200 page question here and one of the questions was, were you in that parade? And of course I had to answer. Yes, so I don't know, but maybe you'll be able to be disqualified. I

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"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"And any particular piece of gear that does a job a little bit better makes it a little bit more comfortable, something that's inherently uncomfortable, more comfortable, is something that I look for. So the stone glacier packs are incredible. And for listeners of live wild, if you just put Liv wild in there, they'll give you free shipping. So if you end up going in there, check out their packs. Use code live wild. You'll get free shipping on that. Just as a little thank you to you guys. I know that a lot of people gearing up for the fall I do. I go through all my gear. I'm looking see what I need. Maybe there's some new stuff coming out, stuff that I want to try. I'll put it on now. I'll take it shed hiking. I'll maybe do a spring hunt with it. But really just breaking that gear in because the worst thing is showing up or getting something right before your hunt and it's like not comfortable. You haven't really figured out how to use it. I think it's nice to be able to play with that stuff before you head out into the field. So now is a good time to start shopping for gear. And I think that we will talk a little bit more about gear in future episodes. So if there's particular gear, you guys want to hear about because that's probably the most thing I get asked about gear. As far as like message direct messages, just types of gear. Shoot me some messages on the types of things you want to hear about. And we can definitely put that into a podcast here soon. All right, well, thank you guys so much. And I say until next week. Think of things in reverse, a little bit reverse migration going on. Get you guys later..

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"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"It's fun to be able to scout, but and get ready for the fall, but it's also fun to do something at the same time. It helps you kind of maybe get a few more days out there. You can bring your family, maybe do some fishing and then some scouting around, make a spring trip out of it. I found some of my best hunting spots while bear hunting in turkey hunting. I almost think of my spring hunting as a scouting mission. So I actually pick the places that I want to hunt for the springtime based on where I'm thinking about hunting in the fall and how the conditions kind of line up and what kind of area it is. Just better understanding the area because you're going to better understand the habitat and the area, better understand how to access the area and then you're going to really understand, okay, what are these deer doing that aren't here the rest of the year? When I'm going to scout right before the season, there's actually nothing to look for. So finding and pinpointing those spots during the spring can be a huge bonus when it comes to spending time out there during the fall with an Elk or deer tag in your pocket. I hope that that helped you thinking about the reverse migration. Maybe at least got some gears turning your head of thinking about finding animals in a different way. I know that when I started focusing on figuring out what they're doing in the springtime, it really helped me be more successful in the fall by building this way better picture of what animals are doing, why they're doing it and how to figure out and find them with a limited amount of time. So I know there's a very high level tactic, but I think it's something that probably doesn't get talked about enough and are the things that I like to talk about because it's definitely going to make you more successful..

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"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

05:06 min | 7 months ago

"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"Distance migrations, there's places along that route where you can hunt that the animals don't really stick around. They just kind of pass through on their way to the winter range. So at some point, there's animals in that particular area. And then there's kind of nothing. There might be a few resident stragglers here or there, maybe a small localized migration, but for the majority of the year, it's like very few animals. So you go out scouting and go, I don't see anything. I don't see why maybe it's a limited entry tag. I don't see why this area is such a hot ticket draw, right? There's no animals here, but a certain time of year, there's a lot of animals. They're just moving through. And when you think about these long distance migrations, it's not necessarily like the animals are constantly walking, right? They kind of do it over a series of time. So they're moving, they're in an area, they're hanging out. They're doing their things. They're feeding they're doing whatever. And then they slowly start moving along as conditions start to change. They start moving along. And they keep doing that throughout the entire distance of this migration. So what we're thinking about is keying in on, okay, understanding what type of population is where I'm hunting. And then how can I kind of exploit this idea of this reverse migration and pinpoint where the animal is using, how are they using it? And what's that going to look like when it comes to be false season? I think one question that might come up when you're thinking about looking at scouting early as a reverse migration, how accurate is it, right? If I see a deer during the spring, is it going to be guaranteed that when I go back in the fall, I'm going to find that same exact book. And I would definitely say, no, I mean, it can happen. It's happened to me before multiple times. But what we're doing is we're planning on trying to find the right zones to get into to understand where the deer are in our area. The whole point of scouting is to really figure out the behavior and the places to focus your hunt on. And sometimes you think about, okay, well, we've got a really good tag maybe we've got 5 days to hunt. And we can only take off a 5 day block, or maybe a full week, whatever you got. Maybe it's just weekends. Whatever it is, we want to make the most efficient use of that time while we've got the tag in our pocket and can be in the field. But if we're spending most of that time struggling to figure out where the deer even like to be, then we're kind of a few steps behind. So the point of scouting is to just figure out the behavior of the animals and places that are good places to focus on for your hunt. That's why if you're able to get out in the spring, we can figure out the particular zones that the deer, we already know deer like. A lot of deer country that doesn't deer Elk, whatever. A lot of country that doesn't hold animals. That is actually probably suitable for animals. There's just for some reason, it's not in their route. It's not in their path. It's not a place that they tend to hang out. There's places that I found in my entire life that look like phenomenal Elk spots. And I have never seen an Elk in that particular spot. And of course, I keep looking just to prove myself wrong at some point. But there's certain places that they just don't like..

"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

04:20 min | 7 months ago

"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"Some of the pockets had doughs and then some had little bachelor groups of bucks already. And moving through and I spot a deer just looking at all the deer. And I think, wow, okay. Now I see this buck. I'm like, this is weird. This buck is big. But it's like big and small. It's real early. Everything else is only growing a few inches. And here's a buck that's got a typical frame that's probably close to a 145 inches. Early in the spring. In my experience running into deer like that, those are the deer that grow out and become 192 hundred inch bucks. They put on a lot of antler and really outclass all the other deer round. Now this deer didn't even look super mature. I figured him about four and a half years old. And so I thought, okay, this is definitely a deer that I need to start paying attention to because if I could come back in here and find him during watch him throughout the year, then we'll be able to get back on this buck. So as the bear season progresses, I tried to keep tabs on the deer kip tabs on him for a little while, but as that snow started to melt off, that book just straight up vanished. I searched all summer form, I searched early fall early archery season, never found that gear again. And that got me thinking about, okay, well, why was that buck in this particular area? Well, he was probably transitional into this area. This area, particular area, it'll have few resident deer. But then a lot of other deer will start moving in during the rut and then during the winter. So it's gathering up. It's like coming out of the woodwork later in the season that you never see any other time. And it started to click. Okay, that deer was migrating back. Migrating back to some summer range. So I actually went up and checked some of the places that I thought in the summer range. And I never turned up that buck. But as a season progressed, back into the fall, I thought, I bet you that now moving back into this pattern of where he was before. He probably spent all winter here. He's familiar with this region, these areas. I'm going to go back there as these conditions start to match up as a snow starts to push him down. So I guess to be the second or third week, I guess was the third week of November. I went back into that particular spot, not a spot that I particularly chased deer in the past. But I went back in there and sure enough started seeing doughs and some small bucks. So I saw this one bucket and I was like, is that one of the other gear that I saw this spring? And so I start really picking apart this particular spot within a mile of where I'd seen that in the springtime, and sure enough, turned up that same big typical four by four. He was a really nice book. I was actually guiding a client. And it was one of those deer. It's like, okay, this deer has everything. Deep forks. He wasn't super wide. Definitely would have scored well. Like a really big buck. But decided I actually was like, okay, let's look for one to give him the pass..

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"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

Live Wild with Remi Warren

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"scouting" Discussed on Live Wild with Remi Warren

"Tough and Yeti. I partnered with mountain tough because a lot of the tactics in hunt styles I talk about in this podcast require you to be in the best physical shape you can. Their app is designed for hunters to get you ready for the backcountry or any hunt you have planned this fall. Yet he's been a longtime supporter of mine and they make some of the toughest products out there that are built to last and they're built for the wild. Welcome back to the podcast everyone. I hope you enjoyed last week, our live wild, our call in show. I'll definitely keep you guys posted on more opportunities to call in. What I really liked about that is you guys really dictated where the conversation went. And it seemed to be a lot of the topic was on spring hunting, especially for bears. They got me thinking about a few other things that I like to do in the spring. And one of those things is scouting. It's using the spring to scout for some false success. Because when you think about a lot of the animals behind Elk and deer, they might spend their time on a winter range, but they can be definitely migratory, moving to a summer range, maybe an Alpine area where they're going to grow out the antlers or even moving to an area a long ways away. Some herds actually cover hundreds of miles, which makes scouting before the season, maybe you drew a tag in a particular area. It makes scouting before the season near impossible because, frankly, the animals aren't there. As hunters, we really focus on when animals migrate into a place, but we forget to focus on when they migrate back. And by matching conditions in the spring, you can effectively scout what I like to call a reverse migration. You can use other times a year to pinpoint popular areas that deer and Elk move through, maybe even find an animal worth targeting early. But before we get into that, I want to share the story of a buck that I use the spring hunt to uncover his fall habits. A couple of years ago, I was hunting this area for spring bear that I like to chase Elk and deer in as well. And I figured, well, might as well go in there, look for bears. It's a winter range..

The Time Someone Asked to Pet Victor Marx's ISIS-Fighting Dog

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 8 months ago

The Time Someone Asked to Pet Victor Marx's ISIS-Fighting Dog

"One of the funniest things about scout we were in a big airport. And we're walking and a guy in the gal walk up to me and the young guy goes, can I pet your dog? I said, well, first thank you for asking, 'cause it says, do not pet. And I said, sure, go ahead. So the girl's partner and the guy standing next to her. When she was done, he went to Petter. And I went, oh, I wouldn't do that. It was why not? I said, well, she's not really trained to allow men to pet her, and sure as I'm sitting here, he in a very loud voice with a lot of people watching goes, why are you judging my gender? And I said, uh, leave it. It's not a threat. Unless it's a threat. And then we'll just unhook this for a minute. We'll continue to talk. So this guy goes, why are you judging my job? Leave it. Brothers, come see. So when he said, why do judging my gender leave it? I said, your gender, and it was a guy. And I was like, 'cause you're a guy. And he goes, you have no right to judge my gender. And everybody's watching now. And, you know, I'm the older white man who's a threat to America and. I can feel the eyes, so I just go, well, okay, man, hey, okay. Peter if you want children side with gender, you are. He opted not to pet her.

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"scouting" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

04:36 min | 9 months ago

"scouting" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"And McDaniels made some sort of reference to that. Like he didn't come out and quite say it, but the phrasing that he used led me to believe that. He basically said that he did things the right way in terms of how he's done this and gone about and gone about filling his staff and that there weren't any ruffled feathers with the Patriots. And I also think that, you know, having map attrition having Joe judge available, you know, makes it a little bit easier on Belichick in his mind. Now, whether that ultimately works out for the Patriots and Mac Jones, we'll have to see about that. Yeah, I'm not thrilled about that offensive staff right now. Not thrilled at all. Let's talk about somebody who, you know, might be sneaking under the radar for some people. And that's Nick folk. He's a free agent. And, you know, of course, he's up there in age, but he's been incredibly consistent for the Patriots. What do you think the Patriots do? Again, it's kicker. It's like one of those things that people might toss aside, but when you have a young quarterback, when you have kind of an unknown offensive staff, I think you're going to play a number of close games, which really means the kicker is a critical piece of your team. Do you think they bring folk back? Do you think they bring competition in? What do you think they do with him? I think Nick that they've gotten to a very comfortable place with Nick folk in terms of as far as what they're going to do, how they operate with the contract. Like if you remember, a year ago, and part of this had to do with injury, but for a long time, Nick folk wasn't even on the roster. And I think, I don't even know if he was on the roster to start training camp. And remember, he didn't make the team initially and everybody was just like, wow. You know, Quinn nordine's gonna be the kicker. He's rookie, he was awesome, and I was and I kept telling people, I'm like, Nick folk's gonna be starting kicker. Week one. And that ended up happening. I think Nick really likes it here. I think they basically have an agreement like, look, Nick, we want you back at least for a camp competition with quinine. We don't know whether he's going to be ready or not. But, you know, we really value you. If somebody comes after you and gives you an offer, let us know, give us an opportunity to match or to consider it. And then we'll make a decision, but you know, we're really comfortable with you. We're really happy with you..

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"scouting" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

04:46 min | 9 months ago

"scouting" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"How about the bruins last night, 7 zippo, Jake dubroski had, hey, not too bad. By the way, we all know that Greg is really going to Indy not because of the combine, but because of Rutgers basketball. And I would also like to add that, yes, I went to the university of Rhode Island. I'm a graduate from URI, but I also grew up watching Providence college. And so I want to give a congratulations to PC and Ed Cooley for what they accomplished over the weekend. I watched that game against creighton. The first time in program history to win the big east regular season championship. I've been watching them since I was like, you know, all of four years old, so congrats to those guys, fantastic to watch. Let's jump back into the football. Mike Reese, I know he just kind of touched on JC Jackson a little bit, but Reese ranked the Patriots odds of tagging Jackson as low. If you were a betting man Greg, where do you think this ends? Do you think Reese is on to something and you find it somewhat hard to believe that the tag is what they do? It's choke you up. Jeez. Yeah. So yeah, I mean, look, everybody who reads BSA and listens to this podcast knows I've kind of, you know, I've been breaking this down and I've been tagging trade for a long while. I do, as of this moment, before the scouting combine, I came down to after I talked to, you know, an NFL personnel executive, a couple of them. And sort of talked to them about JC Jackson, what the Patriots might do. And, you know, the consensus that I got from these two guys, and they could be the outliers. They could be, you know, the rest of the league could think JC Jackson is an all pro shutdown guy. I don't know. But these both of these personnel executives told me that they view JC Jackson as a good solid starter, but nothing more. That he's not a top 5 cornerback and they have no interest in paying him there. You know, that being said, he's really the only really good guy available on the free agent market. So that should help him. But I think that I think this is like we said before. I think this is a big week as far as Intel I'll be asking teams and my sources when I finally see them in person because there was no combine last year. So this is sort of getting back to the natural order of things. I'll be able to talk to some people this week and get a better gauge and I'm sure it will start to leak out. I bet we hear something about this team is going to make a run at JC Jackson and things like that. As of right now, I agree with Mike. I think that the Patriots don't tag him.

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"scouting" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

Silver & Black Pride

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"scouting" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

"Nowhere devante parker. Cbs know who's going to be covering casey hayward trayvon mullen and obviously safety safeties back in. But i don't one hundred percent know what they're gonna do with consecutive k j right. Maybe they put him on him a little bit more. He's an interesting guy. I think somebody that. I really think could be an x factor. Make a difference for the for the dolphins even with all towns but the fall the week. Maybe this is the way. Goodyear bounces back. We'll see maybe this is the week. I can finally play him and fantasy football right. This witness would be a good bounceback new so if you have no you have no Vojnovic probably hasn't instilled confidence over weeks. So i just got to follow up with you. Why the hell. And i didn't realize this until i was doing research for this wet. Hell saw the dolphins have five tight ends on the roster. Like i her so i have no idea. I am so happy. You brought this up. It makes no sense to me. It's a waste of roster spot. i don't. I don't get it. Twenty the raiders. Have four and i think that's a lot longer jon. Gruden likes to use a lot of twelve and thirteen personnel. So it makes sense but five like you said like when you only get fifty three guys you have. Three specialists really only a fifty people on the roster five was me. I'm like that's ten percent of your entire roster right there but as it very strange so obviously get sick is started group but The dolphins they drafted hunter long in the third round. I like hunter wrong He was very productive at boston. College and i think psyche prices himself out of miami's predency range. This europe is going to be regent could hopefully slot onto long in there to take over. But beyond that you have three guys adams gene. Durham smyth seeking carter and to me. There it's redundant seen aren't they signed to like three year. Eight million dollar deal or something intriguing to be a hybrid. Special teams fullback tight end some short. He's your special teams that in but then shahinon durham's mike. I mean him in the same classes blocker. I don't understand why they gave adam shaheen extension. That didn't make a whole lot of sense to me He hasn't really done a whole lot. Cut one or two touchdowns last year. Sort of the guy you throw in. If anything happens to the second. But he's never lived up to his status type. You can easily slot. Durham smyth or hunter. Long in my opinion the same thing in beats me. Waste of spot. In in my opinion this is nothing against aquinas. The person is created some some some twitter controversy that i won't get into over the last month or two but to me waste of a roster spot and i'd rather see them bring up one of their up and coming young guys like a dolphins benzel kirk marriage was preseason star. Receiver would much rather he is the roster spot will. I'm glad we're on the same page that because that blew my mind for a good many. Yes athletes need their equipment to succeed. Lebron without shoes or serena without a racket is troubling thing to imagine. So why.

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"scouting" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"scouting" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Skills. And so i don't really see a world where mobile wins like the top three rookie year. Just because the stuff that he's good at is particularly the sort of thing that wins you now the rookie of the year. Even like predictive of it's basically just i. It's sort of like six points per game than you know. Yeah i i agree. I think you know i mean like you said earlier. There's very there's very rarely a rookie. Who comes in and is actually good late. And i do think this draft is going to kind of create a bulk of. I think there's gonna be a good amount of players in this draft you are rotational players for the near future How many of them are impact for near one. Will we'll see we'll very much cbo before we before we end. I do want to ask you two questions one. If you are in the rockets war room. I mean you might not know who the rockets wants today. But in your opinion at those twenty three and twenty four big who would you take a tough question And i'm in so much of it is tied to who you take it to. So i'm gonna toss out a number of names ago for Who possibilities i mean. This is a draft. Were again so many things are going to happen. Say something things can happen. Because i just believe so many things will happen. I agree yeah. it's gonna be wild night So you know we. We've tossed out a couple on if he stays in this draft. Oppression is a very interesting for who can do a lot of thanks. Ram he is a like a down l. player in a very positive way Probably going to be one of the leaders of repeat dumps Because a keep he truly believes he's going to dump on everybody He can give them a little bit of a playmaking role which is ideal or like. It seems like the style of guard the houston was going for. You're gonna need some big man or or some big wings and making To if the cup morley catches expecting to go on a high bicknell repossession.

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"scouting" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"scouting" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Be something and the reality is like by the time ago. Goodness and so i think best fit available. Hannah works the other way where it's not is the player a fit or like what you're doing it's do you have the ability to fit that player into the birds. Yeah that's and that's how. I feel like teams probably and i'm sure they do but i feel like it's something that gets forgotten. A lotta is like the end of the day. I think team should draft a guy that they can develop the best also be able to use them in their team but like for example with an orlando. I know a lot of people have giddy going to five eight and my opinion. I don't see that as a good fit or good idea. Just because they have all these guys who already need the ball in their hands to be able to create. I mean markelle folds have coal anthony. You have guys. Rj hampton even jonathan. Isaac who you know brought the ball up a lot for orlando. It's it's kind of you know a little gets little overcrowded. And especially when. You're young team like that. I do agree to the sense of the guys on your roster released but you know orlando specifically that's You know three lottery. Picks i just named and another one who is top twenty. Those guys are looking to develop for the future and so it gets overcrowded. And so like for example. What the rockets right now. I know there's people saying like. Oh you know kevin porter jr. being there shouldn't really matter but kevin junior is our lottery. Pick in a way you know. He was such a thirty and probably should have gone thirty. If there wasn't the attitude problems And so he's he's the lottery. Pick that we're developing so you don't really want to hinder his his progression. Even though i don't think drafting jalen greenwood hinder progression. If that is what happens. But i do. I do think that.

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"scouting" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

Big Fellas Basketball

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"scouting" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball

"Name's image and you guys can find me on twitter at finding twenty three and a podcast at jazzy rockets. And now we are only twelve days away from the drafts. The rockets still have the second the twenty third and the twenty four th pick a little bit of drama going around with those picks maybe we trade up for number one and take gade cunningham and maybe we pressure you know detroit possibly take jalen green number one And there's a lot of things that can happen but today we're here to talk a little bit about some prospects of the rockets could take a some prospects in this draft and a little bit about how to go about the draft process. We're here with one. Of in my opinion the best guys on draft twitter of great at breakdowns. Anybody watch some recently. And if you haven't definitely go check it out Very very in depth. And i learned a lot just from watching those pd web pd. How're you doing today. We're entering stretch The most stressful times of the year of rumors were for trying to get everything done and trying to feel. Like you're in a good place but Yeah it's also the most exciting time it's it's very exciting and you know with the situation that the rockets are in especially with all the stuff that happened last year a three picks in this draft might just be the best way to kind of really get the rebuild started especially with the number two big and you have a guy that you think we should take number two but before we get into that. I wanna ask some things about the draft process and the process of scouting And specifically what kind of things do you look for in prospects What are the things that stand out to you. And what sort of attributes do you think are the most important. I think that there's not a universal most important I think the who. When i'm looking at a general prospect I'm thinking like what they're what they're nba. Skill is the thing that they're going to do it like a questionable in the nba. And then you know once once they have that skeleton say like they're they're an mba plus shooter than it's tearing you know what is that look like forgot korca's for catching shoot For a guy like a bone thailand bets shooting in in in versatile situations. And then you know to figure out where somebody belongs kind of. Try to thank you. Know what is the will how it a medium. tv's it's like has a good developmental environment team. That has a like a fine situational fit. What is the worst possible fit for them. Like what is the best possible but in kinda work from there. I mean my general idea is if somebody is you know in this draft process. There is a circumstance where they can be a really positive player as just trying to find the best circumstance for everybody and trying to find the more the the players highest likelihood of finding no good outcomes whenever you're looking at like these different attributes for players and seeing if they're translatable to the nba. Are there any kind of attributes that you know in. Your opinion are easier to translate than others. I think that like like soft skills always translate well so like really good communicators players with with good movement skills so the ability to turn their hips..

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"scouting" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"scouting" Discussed on Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

"What i wanted to do is just kind of outline. What thinker five key reasons that summer scouting can really pay those huge dividends when it comes time hunting season now. Of course if you're talking about maybe got an early archery tag summer. Scouting is the most accurate scouting to what you're going to see when that season rolls around but it's not necessarily the only time that the scouting payoff what i mean by that is. There's been many times. I've had an elk tag that say A november tag. I'll get out in the season. I'll find group of bulls and then later on in the year. I will use that knowledge of what i've found to be successful later on is also really good for understanding if you've got a limited entry tag you're saying like i don't know what type of deer what type of elk what type of antelope what type of sheep. Whatever i should be like. If i see it should i shoot it but some are scouting is a great way to understand the breadth of. What's in the area. You're hunting so let's talk about the things that make summer scouting so beneficial and the i actually quite a few. These goes off of this idea. Of how many articles on this. But i call it the velvet advantage and this is because as dear growing their antlers. Elka growing these hours. This is particularly pertains. The elk deer or anything. The grows antlers. There's there's certain aspects of them having that velvet in them needing energy to grow that velvet that can be exploited that lends them to being more susceptible to being spotted. So the i. I like to call the bachelor party and what that is early in the season. It doesn't actually have to do with the velvet but it has to do with the way that Herds of animals kind of congregate during different times of year so mule deer. Whitetail deer elk Even even i've seen moose even do this. It's pretty rare for miss their little more solitary. But what happens is the bucks or bulls separate off from the cows or does and they bachelor up. They do this early in the season and then they also do this again in the winter after the rut. So they're all friends they're all hanging out there all in safety by numbers mentality and they're grouped up in groups of bucks. How this helps. The hunter is it. Makes it a lot easier to understand what type of bucks or in an area. Because they're together. It also gives you a good barometer of being able to compare bucks together now. The first idea is what. I like to call the birds of feather so you heard that saying birds a feather flock together. I always think of that. When i'm out looking at bachelor groups of bucks. Because i always think i have that like saying in my mind because what you'll notice is a lotta times age. Classes of bucks will start to flock together. You might be in an area and you're like glasses you're turning up batchelor group buck bachelor group of bucking. You'll notice that they're like little to two by twos to threes two to three year old bucks and there might be one big buck in there. Whatever but for the most part. It's like these younger dear vault grouped up and you're like okay. I see this group of deer and okay. You're seeing lots of deer. You might be seeing these different groups of bachelor bucks but then it's like you find this one group of box and they're all mature box six to eight old heavy antlers. You're like wow okay. That's different than these other ones. You're seeing but what that is is it shows you the pockets of better age class and this is easier to find during the summer because one the the deer grouped up in it. Kind of gives you this idea of. Where do those mature deer like to live. There's a reason that those mature deer in certain area and it's because they've lived long enough they know places where they're safe and they're kind of grouped together in this because they're kind of like they've all got the same mentality they've survived. They've seen it all and they're starting to group up based on dear the very compatible them now. There is always like the caveat to that is sometimes. You'll see a big buck in with a bunch of smaller deer rounded or whatever. There's sometimes like i've noticed. After i've spent way too much time watching meal there even during the hunting season one day at a guy like literally just spent thirty days one year out there watching meal. They're not shooting anything. Just seeing what these deer do. And what i learned was like they have certain groups that they like in the fine like certain dear will stick together and then there's like ones that rove and move but oh like overwhelming fear to graph it out statistically certain age class dear tend to hang with certain age class deer and that's really helped me narrow down areas to focus on any time of the season. Because you can kind of discount is the miss this is. If you're looking for a certain type bacher more mature dear. You can start to discount what you might think of as a nursery those areas like especially. If it's an early season is like. I'm seeing so many deer here but they're all just like this young deer. They're all two year old year there. Whatever so that's like a nursery now. It's great if you're just looking for a successor. Maybe that's what you're looking for doesn't that's cool. Then you found what you're looking for but if you've got the time you've got the time in the summer these year going to be out there going to be more active. They're going to be grouped together. You can start looking for this pocket holding those better age class dear because what that's going to tell you. Is there something about this area. There provides enough safety to allow these in enough like the right food. The right amount of safety to allow these dear to get to a certain age. And there's something in this area. Where they're at that they tend to congregate toward during the season. You can focus your attention toward those areas because you know that they're gonna probably hold those better age class dear so the next next one number two. The one thing that some are scouring does because as that velvet this kind of goes back to that velvet advantage and what it is as those dear growing their antlers elk or deer. they're expending so much energy in in order for a buck or bulls to grow antlers. It's pretty much like a cow or go growing on like it takes that same amount of food takes same out so they're going to be feeding a lot and what that means is they're going to be outwear. The food is and allows you to concentrate. You're looking when you're scouting as opposed to going out with so you've got a november deer season and you're like hey. I've got some time to scout out in october as the worst time to try to look for deer because they aren't out in the open they're feeding their in completely different pattern during the summer during the spring. Deer and elk are in their feeding patterns. And this this pertains to a lot of other species this pertains to sheep this pertains to campaign to pronghorns Not so much as other things like that. The springtimes really good. I'd say springs a little bit better for pronghorns kind of rabbit trail. We can talk about pronghorns on on different episode. But we need to think about is like so they're growing season spring and the other stacking it on as as that spring good nutrition starts coming up. They're growing they're growing but you can't really tell with their antlers are fully like because they aren't quite developed yet so as you start going into summer some of that good spring nutrition shirt start shrinking up and you're limiting the number of areas where there's still really good food sources and you've got the advantage of the deer elk or whatever allers are growing and you can kind of tell what they're going to look like or you can tell exactly what they're what they look like but because they're needing that feed so much they're very tied to food sources and what that does is it kind of puts them one in a more pattern -able patterns. You can find them easier but it also allows you to concentrate where to look and allows them to be out in these areas more predictably in the mornings and evenings and more concentrated on food than cover so allows them to be out in. It's really good for glossing. Really good for finding. It's a really good time to take advantage of them being out in a place where it's easy to look because more open in generally for feeding areas and allows you to find the animals that you're looking for a lot.

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