EP. 289: Hard Access Equals Big Bucks | Kentucky & Indiana Hammers

Today on the podcast I’m joined by Jacob Emery. Jacob’s from Kentucky and has a no nonsense refreshing approach to hunting. He broke a 3 year drought in style with two public land hammers…one in Kentucky and one In Indiana. Both relied on hunting hard to reach areas that required water access. Even still…the water access wasn’t a nice Sunday paddle. Most wouldn’t even go in to hunt these areas. As the work to get a deer out required transferring deer to boat, from boat to ground, move boat around log jam, drag buck back to boat…reload buck in boat…and continue paddling. I really enjoyed this conversation and hope you all do too – thanks for listening!

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  1. Three year drought
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